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FOR SALE-Six-room House, next
door to Episcopal church, Tugaloo
street, Walhalla. A bargain. For par
ticulars write MRS. JAS. RHOLT,
Greenville, S. C., Route 3. 26-27?
LOST-License A-44 32 4, and Tail
Light, between Fair Play and Wal
halla, on Sunday, June 25th. Finder
return to PIEDMONT AUTO CO.,
Walhalla, S. C._26-27?
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING
Attachment; works on any machine;
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F OR SAL E-Good Milk Cow;
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der average conditions. Apply to
E. M. SMITH, Walhalla, S. C. Rt.
No. L_ 2 5-26?
FOR SALE - House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and Ervin streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains ono acre. For
particulars seo W. C. HUGHS. 4 1-tf
LOST-On Main si root. Walhalla,
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against W. H. Hun?, Deceased, willi
please present same lo either S. F. I
Heeder or Mrs. Etta Cox by July 20, j
Iii 22, as we are desirous of making j
Final Settlement. MRS. ETTA ( OX,
Seneca, S. C. 2 0-27
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ability to koop np payments, wo have
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cf condition, turned back to us. This
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bargain, giving terms to responsible
parties. For full particulars address
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HT. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauhlin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON TIIIO FOURTH SUN
DA V OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .i<.:;n a. m.
M iss and Sermon.in.on a. in.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackiu,
P 0. liox 8 2. Anderson, S. C.
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-Roofing!-Shingles' and rubber
rcoling in nil grades. J. H. Alley,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-23-26.
-.1. C. lvester loft Monday last
for Columbia, where he will be for
six weeks attending the summer
school at the University of South
-We are requested to announce
that Norton chapter, U. D. C., will
meet with Mrs. J. W. Dell on Mon
day, July 3d, .at 5 o'clock. Members
are all urged to be present.
-Superintendent of Education L.
C. Speares ls In Rock HUI this week
attending the Conference of Super
intendents of Education. Ho will be
absent until next Friday evening.
-We have a limited supply of cal
cium arsenate on hand tir?t we are
going to sell at cost. Westminster
Oil & Fertilizer Co.-adv.-26-2 8.
-Mrs. W. M. Brown ls spending
a few weeks at Camp Jocassee. She
says there aro more than a hundred
people at the camp now, and more
arriving every day. She is enjoying
her stay very much.
-We are requested to announce
that there will be an all-day singing
lat Pleasant Hill ?Baptist church on
i Sunday, July 2d. A cordial invitation
lis entended to all, and everybody ls
requested to bring with them well
filled baskets and song books.
-The many Walhalla friends of
Chas. W. Pitchford, of Ore??nville,
will be glad to learn that his condi
tion is greatly improved. Mr. Pitch
ford has boon under hospital treat
ment and underwent an operation
recently. Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Pilch
ford, of Walhalla, his parents, re
turned to Walhalla last Sunday after
spending a day or two with him.
-??-Notice to Those in tho Business.
- We aif in Hie market for several
carloads ot' cross-lies. Will he glad
to have you call on us before yoe
seil your lies. Wo buy anything you
have to sell; wo sell anything you
havo to buy-and wo trade you ser
vico for husiness. J. ll. Alley, West
Union, S. C.-adv.-2o-2?>.
- We were glad to meet our good
friend, W. Bruce Breazeale, of Dal
las, Texas, Monday morning, he hav
ing come to- Walhalla on his way
home from Richmond, Va., where he
attended the Confederate reunion.
tile will bo In Walhalla for several
days among relativs and friends and
will also visit in Anderson and other
places before returning to Texas. He
has many friends here who aro al
ways glad to seo him. While In Wal
halla he is visiting lils sister, Mrs.
- Ed. P. McCravy, of Pickens,
is announced this week as a candi
date for Congress from the Third
district. Mr. McCravy is well known
in Oconee, where he has numerous
warm personal friends. Ho has hold
several positions of honor and trust
in our sister county, having at one
time hoon mayor of lOaslcy, later rep
resenting Pickens county in the
House of Representatives, and is
tow State Senator from Pickens. At
ono time he resided in Walhalla and
also at Seneca. Ile will he found to
he quito a formidable factor In the
coining campaign in the upper coun
ties of tho district.
- Kev. Edward S. Jones, of Croon
wood, pleasantly surprised his many
Walhalla friends yesterday by walk
ing in on them unannounced. About
fifteen years ago Mr. Jones was the
?pastor ot' Walhalla Methodist church,
and he made friends here who will
always remember him most pleas
antly. Ile has changed so little, bar
ring the whitening of his hair, that
one might easily have imagined that
?tune had been rolled hack and that
Mr. Jones had just stepped up-town
from Ibo parsonage to pay ono of
his old Hine and always appreciated
pop-calls, ld was accompanied by
tie, .-on. K. rf., Jr., tho two remain
ing tor only a broil' period. Rev. Mr.
.Iones is now presiding ?alder of tho
Cokesbury district, with headquar
ters at fl roon wood,
Mis. Chas, peters returned to
? 1e r homo in Philadelphia last' Fri
day, alter spending some weeks with
, CREAM WITH
ic of our Churns to-day,
her tilter? Mri. Wm. ?.' Hetrlek. She
wa? accompanied bf her nephew,
Ralph Hetrick, who will probably
make Philadelphia hla home In the
-New gooda in hardware arriving
every day. Sig supply buggy harness,
wagon harness, bridles, saddles, etc.
J. H. Alley, West Union.-ady.-25-26
-MibB Carrie Darby Harrison,
one of our bright young teachers, is
attending 'ho Bummer school at
-Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Schuma
cher and family are spending this
week at their, mountain home lu the
-Miss Emma Tmlth returned to
her homo near Walhalla last week,
after a pleasant visit to relatives in
Oroonvillo and Dacusvtlle.
-.John F. Tatham, of Rock 'Hill,
ls visiting Iiis sisters, Mrs. Fannie
iBrenneckc and Miss Addie Tatham,
at the homo of the former.
-A. L. Cllnkscales and grand
daughter, Miss Eunice, of Dallas.
Texas, are visiting at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Todd.
-Just received, at lowest prices,
one car host Hour, one car high grade
shorts. Seo us for flour and feed
stuff before you buy or you may lose
money. J. H. Alloy, West Union, S.
-Evangelist W. B. Watts, from
Asheville, N. C., ls holding a series
of meetings at the Adventist church
in West Union. His sermons are
practical, spiritual and uplifting to
those who desire to live a better life.
The meetings will continue through
every night this and next week. The
public ls cordially invited to attend
all these meetings.
-We are requested to announce
that there will be an Ice cream sup
per at Rocky Kuoll next Saturday
evening, July 1st. Ice cream and
cake will be sold from the grove from
5 until 10 o'clock. All the ladles of
the church are requested to come
and bring milk, eggs or cake, and
the general public ls cordially in
vited to.come and patronize the sup
per. The proceeds will go for church
-There aYe many In Oconee who
will be interested in the announce
ment of the marriage of Miss Julia
Davis, of Fair Play, and D. C. White,
of Lavonia, Ga., the marriage hav
ing taken place at the home of the
bride on June 25th. The ceremony
was performed by Rlev. J. Enlrlp
.Freeman. On the day following the
marriage the young couple left for
tho groom's home at Lavonia. They
have many friends in Oconee with
whom wo join in extending hearty
congratulations and good wishes.
-John Schroder, of Newark. N.
J., is spending a month's vacation in
Walhalla with his mother, Mrs. Cora
Schroder, and among other relatives
and his numerous friends. Mr. Schro
der is employed by a large electric.il
coropration of Newark, for whom he
lias charge of the Installation of new
machinery and the oversight of over
hauling old machinery. Ho is a grad
?alo of Clemson College, having spe
cialized in the department of electri
- Mrs. Jesse W. ?Rankin Hs Jin
Highlands. N. C.. for tho summer as
manager of the Alexander House at
that place. Mrs. 'Rankin has many
friends In Walhalla who will hope
for her success in this new venture
IA number of people from herc spent
last Sunday in Highlands, taking
dinner with Mrs. Rankin, and ex
pressed themselves as delighted witli
the place. Mrs, Rankin ls most ap
preciative of the kind words of en
couragement she received, and sht
hopes to have her friends come uj
often and stop with her.
-J. H. Alley, West Union, S. C.
has a number of specials in ladies
drosses and dress goods. We are also
closing out what we have left of thc
very best styles in ladies' trimmet
hats at less than the factory cost. J
I!. Alley, West Union.-adv.-25-2G.
-There are many in Oconee wht
will learn with pleasure of the returi
of Thomas Hose, to our county. Mr
Hose has been In Florida for som<
months, and evidently did not fine
that the country there affords mort
than we can have right here at oui
own doors. In requesting change o
his paper from his Florida addresi
back to Westminster Star Route Mr
Boso takes occasion to remark: "
did not find tho 'pot of gold' at tin
foot of the rainbow in Florida, ^s<
have returned to where the skies ari
blue and hearts are true - Soutl
Carolina." Mr. Rose ls a good citi
zen. and we Join with others in wei
coming him back among us.
-There will be many who wll
leam with regret of the death of W
M. Cox, whi?h sad event occurred a
his homo near Walhalla on Monday
June 10th, sifter a week's illness. Mi
Cox was born in Hart county, Geor
gia. S." years ago, but had made hi
home in Oconee county for a numhc
of years. Tho funeral services wer
conducted from the Rocky Knol
'Baptist ch ii rcii hy Hov. I,. M. Lyds
cn Tuesday, I lie 2 nth, in the pres
<nco of numerous friends and soi
revving relatives, Mr. Cox leaves a
aged wife and the following chil
dian to mourn his passing: J. Il
Cox, Walhalla; W. s. 1?. Cox, Seneca
T. M. Cox. West Union, and J. I
Cox, Oroonvillo. Tho.e are also 17
--lt. was the pleasure of severn
from other denominations to wot
ship with the Presbyterian congr<
galion and listen lo a most oxcollon
discourse by tho pastor. Hov, W. I
Hamilton, His subject was "Lot'
Choice," and while most ot us hav
previously heard sermons based o
the same theme, few have listened t
?a moro (tai nest, convincing and al
pealing argument against tho fo
lowing of Lot's example in choOSin
worldly advantage, material goo
and emolument for selfish ends, u
typified in Lot's choice of the f?rtil
low-land plains and their cilios c
Wickedness. Jfcodom hud Unmoral
rather than ibo hill country, Jof
^productive of wealth, but moro cot
rduciye to tho cultivation of . Hi
i higher life, tho broader vision an
; tho -stomer virtues of - solf-saorMte
! courage and fidelity.
i i gg agaag i i Bri
j" -Mr. and Mr?. Kurt* P. Smith
and little daughter, of% Anderson,
.pent a short while In Walhalla this
week as guests ot Mr; and Mrs. N.
-P. H. Carter spent the past week
end with hts family here. He was
accompanied on this trip 'hy his
friend, Mr. Zahn, who has been with
him here before, and seems to And
attractions that bring him back.
-W. A. Grant went to Highlands
last week for an Indefinite stay. His
friends will be sorry to know that
his health has been somewhat Im
paired of lato, and will be glad to
hoar of his early improvement.
-C. G. Jaynos went to Asheville
j last Sunday to bo with Mrs. Jaynos
for a few days. Mrs. Jaynes coutln
I ties fairly well, and hope is ontor
I tallied that her stay In higher alti
tudes will so bon eilt her Huit she will
soon return home quite well again.
-Henry \V. Brandt, whoso farm
is Just outside the coroprnio limits
ot Walhalla, bas brought to The
Courier oHleo this year tho first cot
I ton bloom of tho season, lt was taken
I from th'o field on Monday last, the
26lh, and being red it. showed that
tho bloom waa in the field on Sun
day, June 25th. Mr. Brandt states
that be sees many squares forming,
and that some are already punctured
by weevils. One of these punctured
squares, still green, he examined,
and found a young weevil almost
ready to fly, aad another square that
had been punctured and was pretty
well dried up contained an adult
weevil. He says that weevil indica
tions are pretty abundant, especially
or. that land oa which he had cotton
HAND SHAKING, MELON CUTTING
And Pried Chicken Eating Time at
Pair Viow August 10th.
On Thursday, Aug. 10th, there
will be a reunion at the present
school building in School District No.
34, of all the schools ever held at
Fair View, Rocky Branch and vicin
ity. Every one who has" ever been
connected with any of tho above
mentioned schools^either as teacher,
patron or pupil, or who ls in any
way interested in Fair View school,
ls cordially invited .to attend, and
especially urged to bring well filled
baskets. Wo hope to make this a
banner day for Fair View community
and we hope that every one in the
county will bo there to make our
former school mates enjoy them
selves, and make them glad that
.they can call 'Fair View their former
old home. There will be announced
later a program for the day, in which
we hope to resurrect the old games
of by-gone days, such as round town,
cat, bull pen. otc. Let us gather early
and strive tn make this a day never
to he Forgot len.
We invite suggestions from any
one interested in the reunion, and
ask that such smggestltns bo for
warded to committee as soon as pos
sible. Wo urge every one to write
personal letters to those you think
will be interested that may not see
T. S. Stribling,
J. Fred. Alexander,
Stiles H. Knox,
.Publicity Committee, Seneca, S. C.
Local Notes from Townvillc.
Townvillo, June 26.-Special: A
number of entertainments are in
prospect for the people of the sur
rounding community-one a picnic
on the Fourth of July, which is to
be held at the school house, when
two games of ball will be played.
Tho teams have not been secured as
The Ladies' Aid society of the
.Presbyterian church will give a Toni
Thumb Wedding'on the night of the
21st of July. This is under the con
trol of a traveling company.
Mrs. W. K. Sharp, of Sandy
Springs, is visiting among relatives
Misses P?nala Thomas and Janie
Leo Stovall, who are attending the
school for teachers at Clemson, are
week-end guests here.
A picnic for tho Baptist Sunday
school will be hold at tho farm of W.
C. King, near Seneca, on the 28th.
The school of Seneca will also be
present. This is an annual gathering
and IsNooked forward to with great
Will Hunt and Miss Lila King
were married at tho llaptist parson
age on Wednesday afternoon by Rev.
'Barnes. This was not a surprise to
their friends, and tho desire of both
parties was to have a quiet, simple
marriage. After the ceremony they
left to spend several weeks In Ashe
ville and other mountain resorts.
Among the delegates to the Coun
ty Sunday School Convention at
Starr wore Mrs. H. W. Holcombe,
Rev. G. W. Burke, Misses Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank McLeos, Mrs. Hatch
er, Miss Hank.: nnd Mrs. J. H. lagon.
Mrs. W. X. Woolbrlght is visiting
lui daughter, Mrs. Newton, ill At
Miss Helen Hunt, of Greenville, ls
visiting among homefolks here.
Mrs. Luther McCftt'ley, Misses Su
sie Price, Lillie Galloway and Mary
.Huff attended tho short course at
L. L. Lig?n and family were re
cent guests at (lie homo of bis father,
Governor Small ls Freed.
Wnnkegnn, il).. .lune 24.-Gover
nor Lon Small was acquitted to-day
of conspiracy with Lieut. Governor
Fred E. Slorling, tho late Senator
Edward C. Clirtlss and Vernon Cur
tiss, Grant Park hanker, to defraud
the State of interest on money on
public funds, the jury being out ono
hour and ,35 in inn tes.
NOW Trial Denied to OoarL
Columbus. On., .hine 23.--Major
Leo II, Coart, under life sentence on
conviction of having slain A. B. Mc
Nclco, was refused a new trial hero
to-night by Judgo Geo. P. Munroe at
tho end of tho hearing in Superior
Court. Counsel for tho defonso mi
enounced that au appeal would-*??'-tit*
ken to tho State Supreme Court.
WHAT MOST OP US NEED
To have tadelllbly fixed in our minds is that there are certain
evento that will happen, to us-not to the other fellow alone,
but to us ns well. Some of th eso things can bo averted if proper
thought and action aro taken in time. When you go to church
and listen Attentively to tho ministe; don't think he is preach
ing to Jones and Smith, but TO YOU.
WHEN YOU APPROACH v ?
A railroad crossing you will see a sign sonio distance from tho
trnck with the word "STOP"-that means YOU; it does not
mean Jones or Smith, Tin** railroads huvo ?pent lots of money
n"d thought trying to get people to look out at railroad cross
ings, and scores of people are being killed by railroad trains at
crossings ovory ?lay of tho year.
a dear school, but tradition tells us that fools will not learn in
any other way.
THOUGHT IS THE VERY ESSENCE
of Success: If you think right and properly, put your decision
into action in tho right direction-YOU WILL WIN.
- LISTEN ! -
OF THE UNITED STATES
says that in tho year 1802 a little bug crossed the Rio Grande
River ana took up his abode in the great State of Texas. The
Government hos named tliis little bug "COTTON ROLL WEE
VIL." Since his advent Into that great State ho has sent his
descendants from county to county and from State to State,
until ho has covered the entire Cotton Reit.
NOW, DON'T GET IT INTO YOUR HEAD
That ho is not going to bother you, for t?tere is no reason on the
earth why he should favor YOU any more than he has favored
other people in all other States. AU he wanto is Cotton Squares
and he is Just os sure to got them as they are sure to form. Do
not be misled by making you i self think that it will be all right
Just to let him alone. There is no moro sense in letting the Cot
ton Doll Weevil gather your crop before it ls made than there
is in sitting down and believing that the grass and weeds will
not injure your crop. If you make a success under Roll Weevil
Conditions, you will have to do Just twice as much work to
grow tlie same amount of cotton ns you have done heretofore.
If you aro not willing to do this-JUST STOP-and sit down
RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE.
WE. HA VE MADE
Extensive Investigations into tho Cotton Roll Weevil Opera
tions, communicating with men in tho States where tho Roll
Weevil has been for years-mid wo have como to this conclu
PLOW YOUR COTTON
Every Monday Morning until November tho 1st.
PICK THE WEEVILS OFF
Your Cotton, and pick up the fallen squares, and burn thom.
Do this EVERY TEN. DA VS through the months or July, Aug
ust and September.
SELL VOI R COTTON
Through tho Co-Operative Marketing Association-AND
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY IN
Bank of West Union,
West Union, S, C,
JAMES PHINNEY, President.
MACK NEVILLE, JOHN F. CRAiQ,
L. M. BROWN, JAS. H. DARBY, E. P. HUTCHISON,
DR. J. W. WICKLIFFE, W. A. BARTON, MACK NEVILLE.
"What A Charming Home!"
Folks may say this about your house, if you keep it well
painted. You not only add to its beauty, but more import
ant, protect the surface from rot and decay.
Lucas Tinted Qloss Waint
will "save the surface" and beautify at the same time. It
is real economy to use it, because off its long life and great
Give us the opportunity of estimating the amount needed?
FOR. SALE BY
C. W. PITCHFORD,
Fairfield .Sunday School Will Picnic.
Tho Fairfield Sunday school will
lrhwH?*ftt tho D.A.'R; school house OM
MUI. Saturday? July? 1st. AH are re
quested to meet at Fairfield, from
which place they will start at-elght
o'clock. Saturday, morning.' Every
body and all .tho, neighboring, Sup-,
day schools, especially 'Bethel and
'Pleasant' Ridge, aro 'invited: tmvp