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(The Downt
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SPECIA:
OF Ml'SIOAIi 1 NSTRU-MENTS,
liOWIOST PRICES 1*3 VE II SO Lil).
A LL OF THE BEST TO ID
ONLY. FRESH DHUS AHR IV
NICE UNE TOOTH HUI'S
AND POCKET HOOKS AND PU
WE A HE SI I OW I NO AH
BEST STATIONERY.
FLASH LICHTS AND SU
BULBS. SPECIAL PRICKS O
IiAMPS.
JACOB'S CANDY-MADE 1
AND FRESH.
EVERYTHING IN THE N
CONSTANTLY AT THIS STOR
NVA h.
-DA ST, BU T
E S K I M
THE LATEST CREATION-N
BEEN OX SALE BEFORE. O
PIE, VOI R JOY WILL REACH
NATION OE CHOCOLATE CO.
BRICK.
VOI R PATRONAGE SOLI01
TECHS TREATMENT AND
NORMAN I
Walhall
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
i thia heading inserted at rate ot
I one cent a word per insertion.
I Four insertions for price of
three.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for lass than
IS cents, ono Insertion.)
FOR SALE-Ten-room Residence,
corner Tugaloo and Mau ld in streets.
Address WM. A. H1ETRICK, Wal
halla, S. C."_7-10
FOR SALE - Clemson Young's
Stral?: S. C. White Leghorn Eggs,
$1.50 p-u- setting of 15. 'MRS. J. A.
WHITE. ;vest Union, S. C.. Rt. 1. 9'
FOR SALE- -Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead of the boll wee
vil. See W. L. VERNBR, Walhalla,
S. C._5-tf
F O ll It E N T-84 acres of good
Farm Land, to good farmer. Good lo
cation. Apply to J. R. EARLE, Wal
halla, S. C._ _4-7
NOTICE.-The Keowee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all the leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
F?ll SALE-Saw Mill and Outfit,
all in good running condition. See
W. H, ALEXANDER, Taillasse, S.
C._ 5-S
WANTED-?Man with car to sell
Best Ford Oil Ciaugo made. $100.00
per week and extra commissions.
B EXTO N I l'AIR BO lt A CO ESSOR 1 F S
CO., Benton Harbor, .Mich. 7*
15 PIGS FOR SALE-G weeks
old; half Du roc'and Poland China;
$5.00 each. Also four good Shoats.
J. H. BARNETT, Westminster, S. C.,
Rt. No. I. 7*
FOR SA LE - Sm a ll Fa rm^~n ear
good school; good community; three
miles from town. Priced for quick
sale. Address HOUSEKEEPER, Wal
halla, S. C. 6-7*
POLAND CHINA BOAIL^-Thor
oughbrod.-'Service offered to public.
For feo, particulars, etc., soe or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C.
Route 3. 2-3*
FOR SALE - House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and ErvIn streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains one acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 4 l-tf
FOR SALB - One Horsed four
Mules, two One-horso Wagons, one
Two-horso Wagon, two Automobiles.
For ca.sh or on easy terms. T. E.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla. S. C 35-tf
WHITE LEGHORN FOGS, 75 cts.
per doz.; also l?horto Island Red, 75
cts. per doz. A few nico White Leg
horn Cockerels, $1.00 each. .1. H.
.BAUX'F/TT, Westminster, S. C.. Ri.
No. 4. 7-0*
IX>ST-Ono Goodrich Fabric Tire,
H2 by 4, ami Rim, between S. M.
Holland's place, near Fair Play, and
Walhalla, Thursday night, Jan. 2C.
Finder notify li. T. J A YNES, Wal
halla, H. C. 5-tf
YOUNG MEN, Women, over 17,
desiring government positions, $130
monthly, write for free list of posi
tions now open. .1. LEOXAiRD, (for
mer Civil Service Examiner,) 5 14
Equitable Bldg, Washington, D. C.
6-fl*
FOR SALE OR RENT-03 V?Acres
for sale, willi good buildings and 25
Acres under cultivation. Also two
horso Wagon with six-year-old Mule,
which weighs 1,000 pounds. J. S.
SHEPPARD, care Tamassoo Indus
trial School, Tainassee, S. C. 4-7*
WANTED-?toady young married
farmer to live on and to take care
of an orange grove near Tampa. Ex
perience not necessary, as competent
instruction will bo given. Excellent
opportunity for a ready and willing
worker. (?ood house, land for gar
den and poultry, stock (Including
on Ilk cows) furnished, and salary of
(Fifty Dollars a month paid for first
year. Write, with references, to
JOHN L. McWHOR'PIOR, Rosemere,
iUayshoro, Tampa, Fla. o-9*
own Store.)
rticlcs listed below:
L SALE A
ORAPHOPHONES, ETC., AT
HT ARTICLES, HIGH GRADE
H WEEKLY.
HES, COMBS, HAIR ?RUSHES
ICSES*
.WIWOMK LINE OF VERY
IMPLIES, ELECTRIC LIGHT
X KLKGTHIC LIGHT TABLE
LAST NIGHT-ALWAYS NICE
YAL LINES CAN BE FOUND
E. ONCE A TRIAL, ALWAYS
NOT LEAST
O P I E S
OTHIXG OF ITS KIND EVER
NOE YOU EAT AN ESKIMO
UNTO THE SKY. A COMBI
VTEI) OVER AN ICE CREAM
ITEI). KIND AND COUR
IDEAL SERVICE TO ALL.
DRUG CO.,
SMITH'S MARKET i\ays cash for
Chtckehs and Eggs. W'alh'alla. S. C.
7-10_
FOB SA I Ai-Fordson Tractor; in
good condition. .5. L. MOSER, Wal
halla, S. C., Itt. 1. _ 3-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm LandB. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. _ _26-tf
FOB SALE-Two tforses, three
Mules, six Two-horse Wagons and
lo't Farming Tools. R. T. JAYNE'S?
Walhalla, S. c._ 7-10
VOn SALE-Used Oars at Bar
gains.-One 1916 Roadster, $90.00;
one 19 19 Roadster, $135.00; one
19 ? 7 Touring, $100.00; one 1918
Touring, $140.00; one 1919 Tour
'ing, $150.00; one 1920 Touring,
self-starter, $190.00; one Se<lan, self
'starter, $390.00. P.IE?MIONT MO
TOR CO., Walhalla, S. C. 7-tf
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldin 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. Mackin,
Rector.
P. O. Box 8 2, Anderson. S. C.
?J< ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?|? ?J? ?J? ??? . *.
4? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4?
?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J..J..T? ? T ?,
-6G6 quickly relieves a cold.-ad
-Tho Lttdies' Aid Society of the
Walhalla Methodist church will meet
Wsfth Mrs. W. L). M'oss Thursday (to
morrow) afternoon at 3 o'clock.
-To prevent a cold take 666.-ad
. -CO, .Haynes has been spending
isome d'ays ,in FPoridh., where he has
'gone to be .wait h his wife for,a while,
she beling in Florida for the whiter
?for the benefit of her health.
' -No. 2 tomatoes, 10c. per can;
No. 3.tomatoes, lf>e. per can. C. W.
& J. E. li au knight, Walhalla.-adv.
- Rev. W. A. Hair, of the Wal
halla Methodist church, will conduct
(service* at tho Tamassee D. A. R.
School next Sunday, Feh. 19th, at 3
"o'clock. Everybody is cordially in
'vited to a tit end the service.
?-For Salo-High class hard and
soft brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla,
S. C.-adv.-43-tf.
-Married, at the residence of tho
officiating minister, Rev. J. ,B. Tra
mel, on Feb. 8th, 'Miso May Ridley
and .lames Fred "Nicholson, both of
the .Mountain iRest section. The
young cou plo have the best wishes
of numerous friends.
-When ready to freshen up for
spring ?md summor, look over our
line ol' paints, varnishes and brush
es. Prices right. CeiUain-teed brand
paint, s*uc:ro brushes at Norman
Drug Co., Walhalla.-adv.
-There will bo services at St.
John's Kpiscopal chu rob, Walhalla,
on Thursday (to-morrow) 'after
noon, Fob. 16, at 3.30 o'clock. Tho
members aro urged lo attend this
service, ami visitor's will be most
cordially wolcomed. The service will
?)o in chargo of 'Rov. George Zach
ary, rector of tho church.
-?We have increased our line of
canned goods and fancy groceries,
(lome in and get our prlcos. C. W. &
.J. E. Bnukntght, Walhalla.S.C.-adv
-Married, on Jan. 28th, Miss
Maud Hnnnlcutt and Charlos R.
Owens, both of wh.om reside near
Walhalla. Tho ceremony was per
iformod by Rev. J. B. Tramel, the
coromony taking placo at the homo
of tho officiating minister, in the
prosouco of a few witnessed. Tho
young couple have the good wishes
'of a host of friends.
- If Interested in a good mC*a1
shingle roof, do not .nako tho mls
tako of buying without first seeing or
writing I). K. Good, Walhalla, S. C.,
who has the agency for tho famous
Walter's and Cooper's motal shin
gles, which have a groat roputation
for quality and good looks. Soino of
tho oldest metal shinglo roofs of our
country aro tho above kind. Write
mo a postal and I will olthor come io
soo you or send samplos and cata
logue-so you seo.distanco makes no
dlfforonco, Prico right.-adv.-6-7.
! . ? ? 1 '" ,,"?
-?-ra-;- . ' -, ^1 "? ?
-When In need ot .igood cigars try
Norman's-all brando., and prices.
adv. V
-^County Audi to"r Ralph M. Pike
will close- the booka for the receipt
ot tux returns on the 2 OH h of this
month-?next Monday. ' fil*ve you
made your tax, returns yet? If not,
do so on or before the 20th. Re
member that tho'Auditor und boards
?of assessors are sworn to Hst all
taxable prooerty not returned by tho
fax-payer, wherever found, and that
a pen'alty Is added for failure of the
owner to make return.-ot his prop
erty.
- 1 can of good corn, only 16c.
.pet can C. W. &. J. E. B'aUknlght,
.Walhalla, S. C.-?adv.
.-Look at the label ?ri your Cou
rier this week. Ii lt reads 1 Feb 22
aflter your name thia ls the last pa
per you willi receive unless renewal
of subscription ls m'ado during the
next fceven days. We'treat all alike.
Every name ls stricken from our
list ,two weeks after expiration ot
subscription. Once In a while, of
course, a n'ame slips by us on expi
ration, but not often, and wherever
the ,tWo-weeks rule Is not applied lt
ls due entirely to oversight.
-A good lino of high-class maga
zines at the newedt drug store-Nor
man's, Walhalla.-adv. *
-For the purpose of assisting In
come tax payers with their returns,
Deputy Collector Robt. F. enJkins
Will bo 111 Seneca on Fr?'ady, Satur
day ?nd Vol. d?a y, Feb. 17. 18 and
20th; in Walhalla Tuesday. Wednes
day rand Thursdny, FpJh. 21, 22 and
23d, and at Westminster on Friday,
Salturday and Monday, Feb. 24, 2;?
?and 27th. Purtlos Interested are re
quested to tuake<a'n effort Jo see Mr.
Jenkins on these d'a'tes and receive
whatever assistance or Information
Which may Om needed.
-Our Queen Quality oxfords and
pu mips jirst ecol ved, almost at old
prices. Ci NV. & J. 13. Bauknight,
?Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
> -"An Early Hird," a comedy in
.three acts, will he presented hy tocal
talent at the Wal'balla High School
.Auditorium on Friday evening, Feb.
?2 4t'h, at 8 o'clock, under tho aus
pices of the Civic League. This is
U splentiifd lktie play and will be
well rendered, ?and ohould be patron
ized by the entire community. The
price of admission will be as t'ol
.lows: Children 20c, grown-u'ps 88
cen-ts. K?e*p jllie date In mind and
everyllody turn out and enjoy an
evening of wholesome fun.
-Don't forgot that Eskimo Pie.
Norman Drug Co. for the latest and
most up-to-date fancy goods and
fads.-adv.
-There are many wive will be in
terested in the announcement of the
birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
'Webb, of Mebane, N. C.. The young
man arrived on' Tuesday, Feb. 7th,
and wd'll be called Ralph, Jr. Mrs.
Webb was before marriage Miss
.Laura Todd, daughter pf Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Todd, of Walhalla, and
has many friends hoi'eCya?d else
where in the county whi? offer con
gratulations. Unusual interest cen
ters In Thal ph, Jr., as he ls the first
grandchild to be born on/either side
of the family.
? -No. 3 string beans and sweet
potatoes, only 20c. per can. C. W. &
'J. E. Bauknlgbt, Walhalla.-'adv.
-IA very Interesting program was
carried out by the literary society of
tho Oconee 'Creek school. Quite an
elaborate .program of songs, recita
tions, readings and speeches had
boen arranged, and was admirably
carried out. The program Included
a debate on the subject, "Resolved,
That the Indians were treated more
cruelly than were the negroes." Tho
Royal Literary Society haB given a
number of entertainments and they
have all been greatly eiioyed by the
audiences, which have been go'od In
number and Ideal In behavior.
1 -Roast beef and corn beef, only
'20c. por can. i*pt government beef.
C. w. & J. E. Bauknlgbt:-adv.
-Married, at the residence of W.
H. Talley, at Salem, on Feb. 12th,
Miss M'artha Barker, of the Stamp
Creek section of Oconeo, and Louis
Alexander, of Crow Creek, Plckena
county. The groom is a son of Mr,
iand .Mfrs. D. T. Alexander, and ls a
prosperous farmer and merchant ol
tho Crow Creek section. The bride
ls a daughter of Mr. and Mire.Joshua
(Harker, well-to-do citizens of thc
Stamp Cre jk section. The young
couple ,havc tno g??'l wishes of .i
h oat of frieda in both Oconeo and
?Plckena counties. Tho ceremony war
performed hy Magistrate W. H. Tal
ley, of Salem.
- Marott's Early Improved Wan
namaker-Cleveland cotton Seed.
Brod for earliness. Absolutely pure
Private gins for our farms. Our es
pectally designed grading machlnorj
is far ahead of anything wo have
over seen. Our seed ig delinted ant
will come up two or throe days ear
lier. Delay may mean failure. Wi
Invite you to visit ns at our oillcc
and on our farms, to see our breed
lng work, this spring und summer
Write for facts and prices. Mareil
Farm and Seed Company, West min
stor, S. C.-adv.-?-tf.
-The Green ?Motor Co., of Andor
Won, havo opened a branctti sale?
.j cc m nr'd garage Tn t ho old Pied
.mont Auto Co. building, on Malii
'I root, next door to the Star Thea
.ire. This company ls agent for th?
JDodgo automobile and will give spe
Vial attention to this ear. Claude W
tReid willi have oversight of tho com
, pan y's interests in Walhalla and ii
.Oconeo counVy. Mr. Johnson, of An
.dorson, 'an expert mechanic nm
'master of his profession, will hav<
.c'harge of tho repair department an<
'Will bo ready for business the firs
'of next week. Careful and exper
'Work will bo done for the patron's o
'thisgarage. Mr. Held is now in po
tait lon to demonstrate the ndvant
bges of the new model Dodge, an<
twill be glad to talk business witl
Birts friends, if yon ,are In need o
totfport advlco on the ? mechanlca
'.Construction of your car, Mr. Rou
Mays, you can get tho very .best o
information and advice from Mr
Hohnsen. Ownors of Dodge aittomo
i rile? will always find ready help, as
<<veM ?ta those operating ether makes
?of cara. We are,glad to welcome the
.Green Motor Company into the bus
? ness circles of Walha lla, and wish
?for them an abundant success.
-666 cures bilious fever.-adv.
-Four candida'es, it ls Said,were
on hand in Anderson last Saturday
to ?fand the civ Ul service examina
tion for the postm'asteishlp at Pen
dleton, which office pays a salary of
a'Lout $1,800 i year. .Those who at
tend d the examination wilt h a view
to seeking the Pendleton postinas
.te'rship were: Mflss Je'an Sloan, tho
inouunibent; Mr. and MTS. Adger Mul
lally and Joel K. Harper. Miss Joan
SUoan is a daughter of the late Paul
Sloan, and has held tho postman tor
ah lip at Pendleton for several years,
and ls said to have given universal
s'a distraction in the conduct of thfc
office. '
-To break a cold take 666.-adv
-?The many friends of Mr and
Mrs. 'Luther Galloway sympathize
with them In the loss of their son,
Cr'ayton, ten years old, which occur
red at their home on Walhalla Rt.
2, lu the Picket Post section, on
Monday, Feh. R'?h, at 4 o'clock. Fu
neral' services were conducted by
Rev. J. B. Traine!, and the little
body was laid to rest at Bethlehem
cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. I3e
sides his parents he leaves five bro
thers and two sisters, with other
relatives and friends, to mourn his
untimely death. Tho bereaved ones
have the sympathy of many friends
In their sorrow.
-The other day a man walked
to the store of C. \V. & J. B.
Bauknight and asked. "Cot any Pe
runa?" C. \V. replied that ho did
not sell it and ncvor had; "but." he
continued, "I clan give you a good
drdnk of waiter and sell you the best
chick feed on the market- -Purina
tho well known 'Chick Chow'." It
turned out that that was just what
tho customer wanted, only he had
gotten tho name somewhat mixed
up. C. W. & J. K. Bauknight seil
this wonderfully good feed nil the
'time, lt is high In feed value and
pure In analysis. See advertisement
ton this page.
-Friends of Bishop Grant will bo
interested in ldarn'ing that he is now
attending the University of Georgia,
where he is thlolng a .course .in prac
tical forestry under the termo of tho
Federal law by which ex-soldiors
are given opportunity to take up
study of practical lines at the uni
versities and colleges In various sec
tions of the country. Another of ?
our young men is attending a simi
lar course of ih.i.rudtlon at the Uni
vorfrtty of Georgia-Archie D. H'ar
klii8, Eton of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Harkins, of Wal lila ila Route 2. Mr.
'Ilarkins is specializing in dairying
and an tarja 1 luulsbandry. Mr. Grant
?Iras /been at the university for about
M wo weeks. He s a son of Thomas
A. GrnnU, of .Walhalla.
-666 cures chills and fever.-adv
-Owing to .the inclement weather
Monday n'*ght, and the consequent
smlall nu miller of people Who wit
nessed tho presen t'a tien of the pic
ture, "Wedding (Bells," featuring
Contenance Halnradge, the manage
ment pf the Star Theatre, W'alhalla,
announces th alt Mils picture will be
repeated to-night (Wednesday.) if
you did not see "Wedding Bells" on
Monday night, take advantage of
?this opportunity to see it to-night.
S?t is a-picture well Worth seeing a-nd
you Will be repaid for even going to
f,'ome Inconvenience or braving bad
weather in order to see lt. The the
atre ih warm and eomifortahle, o>nd
there is rood music with every show.
On Thuiii.'ay night Mary Miles Min
ter, in "Ulcv Winning Way," will be
tho ntltrtvetion, and Friday "The
Right to Love." These are splendid
plotureS, Und will be sure to please
the most discriminating audience.
Saturday the usu'al program, con
s;is>tiiii<r of the thrilling serial, "Win
nors of the West," a two-reel Werit
eith picture and two reels of com
edy, will bo presented. Matinee at
3.30 In the afternoon, with night
show at 7.30, daily.
-?Friends of Frank W. DuPro,
formerly of Walhalla, but for seve
ral years a resident of West Vir
ginia, will regret to learn that he
recen'tly received quite serious in
jury at Rainelle, W. Va., whore he
was engaged as superintendent of a
largo humber plant. Mr. DuPre, on
[Friday, Jan. 27th, was accosted In
the plant by a man who had been
discharged from the works, the man
requesting that he be put back to
work In his old position. He having
?boen discharged on the order of his
foreman, Mr. DuPre, as superinten
dent, refused tio send him back to
bib old position, but assured the
man that it he could find work for
him in some ether department that
ho would bo glad to de so. Tho two
separated, and a short while after
ward tho man reappeared in the
works, came up to Mr. DuPre and
felled him by striking him ,from the
Mack with ? piece of ga's pipo. After
Mr. DuPro was down he was struck
.several times bout the hoad and
face with the same piece of pipe with
which he had been knocked uncon
scious. He was unconsciou's about
four hours. His injuries aro a frac
turo on tho hoad, both jaws .broken
and ono jaw bono dislocated at the
upper "hinge," to say nothing of a
tiUmiser of uglly wounds about tho
h end anti face, which aro not con
sidered serious. Mr. DuTre ha? boen
In a hospital meWt of tho time slnco
tho att'ack was made on him. Word
during the past.week is to tho effect
that It is thought that his condition
\a somewhat improved, though ho is
ihy no .moahs nearing recovery. He |
is .being very carefully Watched by i
physicians in tho hope of preventing
'complications that might easily
arise out of his precarious condi
tion. Mr. DuPre is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. DuPro, who livo near
Walhalla. A number of yoars r>go
ho married Miste .Tonos, of Walhalla,
whio has tho sympathy of many
friends hore In her anxiety over the
condition of hor husband. Wo Join
with other friends of Mr. DuPro in
tho Kopo that ho may soon bo quito
? himself again.
I
Purina Chows
Made the Difference L
?OTH are six weeks old, but Just
look at the difference! The
one on the left ia an average chick
fed an average grain ration. The
one on the right is the same sort of
chick fed Purina Poultry Chow?.
Decide for Your Chick* Today
Order Purina Chows now,
before your chicks become.
etunted from lack of suffi*
dent protein arid minerals.
Money-Back Guarantee
If baby chicks, when fed Purina
Chicken Chowder with Purina
Baby Chiok Chow aa di rooted,
do not devetop twioo aa fast,
during tho first six weeks aa
when fed a grain ration, the
money paid for Loth cnowa
will bo refunded.
Phone
Checkerboard
SSSL
C. W. (Si J. E. BAURNIGHT,
WALHALLA, S. C. I
1888
1922
Bread is the Staff of Life: There
fore Have It Good.
WK WANT YOU TO "KNOW OBELISK AND HALLA ll D'H SELF
RISING FLOURS WETTER. THERE IS A VALUABLE PREMIUM
TICKET PLACED IN ffVERY PACKAGE OF BALLARD'S FLOUR.
Those Flours aro produced In Ballard's large, clean and ventilated
mill, with a capacity of 3,000 barrels every 24 hourn. It is run day
and night In three shifts of eight hours, furnishing employment to
50O happy and contented men and women, who slinre in the profits,
aro covered with life insurance, have throe club rooms nt their dis
posal, and a .summer camp on tho beautiful Ohio Uiver.
Only tho Cream-about one-half of euch grain-of carefully selec
ted Soft Winter Wheat ls used to make OBELISK FLOUR.' This
Wheat- it*-thoroughly cleaned flvo times, ground between immense
steel rolls, and is sifted through the purest of white silk cloth.
BALLARD'S SELF-RISING FLOUR-a strictly modem product
ls made of OBELISK, with Just exactly the proper quantity of the
highest grade baking powder and salt scientifically added. You can
make the most delicious, white, light, bountiful biscuits in THREE
MINUTES with BALLARD'S SELF-RISING FLOUR, lt is only nec
essary to add sweet milk (or water), and shortening. It is quite im
possible to make a failure with it.
Wo know that you will be delighted with either of these two flours,
which aro always obtainable from us.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
J. W. BYRD,
FERTILIZER
Agent for F. S. Royster Guano Co.
See me before buying your Ferti
lizer. I want your business.
Office in J. M. BARRON'S STORE,
Seneca, S. C.
"SPRING NECESSITIES..
OLIVER TURN PLOWS
WIARD TURN PLOWS
DRAY HARROWS
?OLE IMPLEMENTS
JOHN DEERE CORN
& COTTON PLANTERS
POULTRY NETTING
HOG WIRE
FIELD CATTLE WIRE
BRIDLES
COLLARS
HARNESS
WAGONS
BUGGIES
RUBBER ROOFING
. GALVANIZED ROOFING
MAJESTIC RANGES
ALLEN PRINCESS RANGES
COOK STOVES
Genuine Hyde Cultivators,
(SPRING TOOTH)
Our Stocks are complete and prices are as low as
consistent with legitimate business methods. Call on
us and we will give you service.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw. Co.
WESTMINSTER
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
SOUTH CAROLINA
WALHALLA
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