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FOH SAI<1<:-One Horse and one
Mule. IRA L. BURLEY. ?-U*
I WILL THRESH CA NE SEED on
Saturday. Fob. 2?. ll. W. BRANDT,
WANTED-Tenant with Stock for
2-horse tarni. W. O. WHITE, Wal
halla, S. C. 6-tt
SPRAY-Lime-Sulphur Spray Ma
terial now ready; any amount, at my
farm. Dring can or barrel. SAM J.
ISDELL. Walhalla. 7-S?
J CST RECEIVED-Orders for all
tho Fggs and Poultry I can get for
tho next ten days. Prices O. K. Cot
ton Seed Meal, $2 per sack. Special
price in lots of one ton or more. Re
member the place - Uauknlght's
Warehouse, at Depot, lt. D. O ELK
ERS, Walhalla, S. C._8_
GET BUSY-Keep Busy.-ls your
job unsafe? ls lt pormanont? You
want a lifolong business. You can got
into such a business selling more
than 137 Watkins Products dlroct to
farmers If you own auto or team, or
can got one; if you can give bond
with personal sureties. We back you
with big selling helps; 62 years In
business; 20,000,000 users of our
products. Wrlto for information
where you can got territory. J. R.
WATKINS CO., Department C, Wi
nona, Minn. _6-9 r
WHEN YOU WANT GOOD BRICK FOR
ANY PURPOSE, WRITE OR CALL ON
US. WE MAKE GOOD BRICK-THAT
TELLS THE WHOLE STORY-AND
Pendleton Brick Co.,
PENDLETON, S. C.
ST. 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,
Reveroiid Thomas J. Mackln,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Special Communication of Blue
Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A. F.
M., will bo held Friday
night, February 25, 1921,
at 8 o'clock.
Work In 1st Degree. Visiting
J. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
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-Tho best is the cheapest, and
that Is the Willard. Hughs Garage,
-Jack Alexander, who has been
in the U. S. Public Service Hospital,
Augusta, Ga., for treatment, return
ed home Thursday of last week.
- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Garron, of
Asheville, N. C.. pvho have been
spending some time In Walhalla with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Alexander, returned last Friday
to their home.
-See Bob Macaulay for meal and
hulls. At Harrison's Warehouse,Wal
halla, S. C. - Adv.-0-7 *
- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hetrick and
littlo son left yesterday morning for
Charleston to spend a few days with
relatives and friends. They were ac
companied by Miss Johanna Spincko,
who will remain in the City by the
Sea for the balance of the winter.
-The announcement of the mar
riage of Miss Mary (laities, of Hart
well, Ga., and James Harrison Nor
man, of Walhalla, has boon received
hy friends of tile groom in Walhalla.
The marriage look plac?? on Monday,
Feb. 14th. al Forsyth, Ga. The
groom ls the san of Mr. and Mrs, G.
A. Norman, of Walhalla, and has a
host of friends to congrat?lalo bim
on his good fortune. We. with many
other friends, extend lo the young
couple every good wish for long Ufo
and .i full moasure of happiness and
Exrpiisitc now fashions for the
spring, pe sure to see those stun
ning models. Friday and Sal III.lay,
Feb. "J", an.I 26. Miss S. Fincannon.
Seneca. S. C. adv.
-Sam P.. Smithson returned last
Sunday evening from Greenville, at
which place he had been for a week
on account of the serious illness of
his mother, Mrs. p. s. Smithson. We
are glad to leam that Mrs. Smith
son's condition is greatly improved.
She recently underwent an operation
at a Greenville hospital, and Inter
contracted pneumonia. It is thought,
however, that sho is well on tho way
to complete recovery now, and she
has hosts of friends in our county
who will join with us in the hope
j _m.fi--i-i-i-m^-? i-i ni -n-i-- " ?-"
I that this may be the caso. A number
I of years ago tho Smlthsons lived at
Wostminstor, and the family is well
known in our county. Young Mr.
Fayonsky, who had been in charge
of the Fayonsky store in Walhalla
during Mr. Smithson's absence, ro
? turned to Wasley Sunday morning.
- One lot of good, heavy overalls,
sizes l l to 38. No small sizes. For
merly sold for $3.00. Coing now at
$1.2.">. C. W. & .1. F. Hauknight,Wal
halla? S. C.-adv.
j -Mrs. IO. 1\ Taylor left .Monday
; for Batesburg, where she will spend
some time with the family of her
-Miss Isabelle Macaulay, of An
derson, spent the week-end in Wal
li:! Ila with, (her mother, Mrs. Hettie
-The many friends of Mrs. Sam
[j. Vernor will be glad to know that
she is convalescing, after several
weeks of illness.
-Louis Fant, of Creenville, spout
several days in Walhalla last week
visiting at the home of his uncle and
aunt, .Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Speares.
- Mrs. Jesse W. Rankin and Miss
Emmie Ansel, principal and teacher,
respectively, of the Norton school,
were week-end guests of home-folks
-You have had trouble with your
battery, but it was not a Willard. One
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
-Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Verner. o?
Toocoa, Ga., were In Walhalla last
week visiting the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn D. Verner. and
among other relatives and friends.
- Messrs. Burrltt Hamilton, F. C.
French, W. A. Baker and Howard L,
Kneeland, prominent business and
professional men of Battle Creek,
Mich., arrived in Walhalla last Sat
urday and are spending a few days
here on business matters.
-We are requested to announce
j that there will be a special meeting
of the members of the American Le
gion. at the Legion Hall, on Tue.sda>
of next week, March 1st, at S p. m
Important business is to be trans
acted and all members are urged ?
-The many friends of Miss Ma
mie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Clayton Smith, who live near Wes
Union, will be glad to learn that sin
ls considerably Improved after ai
illness of several weeks. Miss Smitl
has been suffering from an aggra
vated case of indigestion, and he
condition for a timo was quite seri
ons. Her sister, .Mrs. Bettie Billson
and children, of Atlanta, arrived a
the Smith home last Saturday, ant
they will be here for some time.
- There are two very attractive
advertisements in The Courier thi
week-those of L. Blumenthal, o
Westminster, and The Bee Hive, o
Seneca. Both these announcement
contain numerous attractive bar
Kains that it will be well for th
careful buyer to consider. Bead tb
announcements and give Mr. Blum
enthal and The Bee Hive a call whoi
In Westminster and Seneca. In fact
a glance at the prices given will con
vince one that it will be well wort
making a special trip to get in o
the offerings that are made.
- .Miss S. Fincannon announce
her Spring Mllinery Opening Frldn
and Saturday, Feb. 2 0 and 26. A
Seneca, S. C.-adv.
-We are advised of an error w
made Inst week in noting the burr
of the barn on the Rimrodt tarn
near town, which is being operate
by Samuel Elliott this year, ll wa
stated that Mr. Elliott had purchase
the Rimrodt farm, but this was a
error. The farm belongs to Mrs. I
H. Rimrodt and is rented by Mr. li
lott. There was $100 Insurance o
the building, but. none on the coi
tents. Mr. Elliott lost all his feet
stut?, moat of his farm Implement
and two or three? pigs, we are ii
formed. Tho origin ol' tin- (ire i
still a mystery, none ol' the lamil
having boon if) tho barn after (arl
evening, when it was still sufficient!
linht to see to milk and feed til
stock without artificial light ol' an
kind. Tho lire occurred very earl
in I lie morning, and would not hav
been noticed then but for ibo fn<
that .Mr. Elliot! was up on a ('COU ll
ol' a toothache, heard his do;: barl
il)!,', and went lo thc window to ii
vestigate, ?'lid saw Dial tho barn wa
on lire, pi rt of the roof falling i
liv Hie time he was able to get out ri
the h0U.SC. All that could be rion
was to drive (ht! mules and cows on
of Hie building and save them.
-The many friends of Mayor \\
M. Brown will sympathize with bli
in the death of his mother. Mrs .lc
anna Brown, aged 82 years, wiios
death occurred at her home, Brook.1
ville. Fla., last Sunday, Fob. 2011
Tho deceased had not been sick, bu
:>wlng lo her advanced years and
gradual failing due to ber age, tb
innouncemenl of her death was nj
i groat sur pr iso to members ot th
'nmlly. Her son here bad recentl;
received word from his mother thu ,
while she was feeling quito as wo.l
and hearty us usual, still she did not
expect to live much longer. Mrs.
Brown was born Mny 5th, 1839, at
Cedur Mountain, N. C. Her husband
(Hod during the early part of the
war, his body resting ut Pe te rs lung,
Va. Mrs. Brown was a Consistent
member of the Baptist church, and
hud many friends hore and else
where In this section who will i'o
j member her most pleasantly and will
sorrow at her passing. She is sur
vived by two sons, X. M. Brown, of
Kttowah. X. C., and W. M. Brown, of
i Walhalla, and ono daughter. Mrs.
' fannie Thomberg, of Concord. N. C.
I It is expected that the funeral and
Interment will, be held at Ettowah,
X. C., on Friday morning of Ibis
week, the body having been shipped
front the Florida homo Tuesday. Mr.
and Mrs. W.M. Brown loft this morn
ing for Ettowah to attend the fune
ral and Interment. j
-The Courier seldom publishes :
anonymous communications, but we j
make exception in regard to the fol
lowing notice of a marriage, which
is sent to us by some one signing
morely "A Friend of the Couple." and
the statement is made that the item
was copied from the Greenwood In
dex: "A marriage of much interest
to their many friends was that of
Miss Ruby Reeves, of near Seneca,
and A. H. .lester, of this place. The
marriage was solemnized at thc
home of Dr. A. N. Brunson, Andcr
son, pastor of 'St. John's Methodist
church, In the presence of a few rela
tives and close friends of the couple.
The bride ls a native of Oconee coun
ty and is the daughter Of lt. A.
Reeves, a prosperous farmer In the
lower part of that county. She is a
young lady of charming personality
and has many warm friends who will
wish her much happiness. The groom
is a young business man of Green
wood and holds a responsible posi
tion with the Seaboard Air Line rail
way. Ile also has many friends who
wish him much happiness and ex
tend to him sincere congratulations
on his good fortune In winning the
heart and hand of his fair bride. The
young couple have just returned to
Greenwood from Washington. Balti
more and other points Norh, and
will be at home to their manyfrlends
at 614 Edgefleld avenue." (K ls re
quested that Farm and Factory copy
this notice.) ,'.
-All makes standard sowj?g ma
chine noedles at Moss & Ansafs,Wal
halla.- ad v.-24-tf.
-The Walhalla Chapter. DJ A. R.,
will meet with Miss Frances Earle at
3. 30 o'clock on Tuesday, March S th,
instead of March 1st.
- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Speares have
recently moved into the Oelkcrs res
idence on Main street, whore they
now have rooms. The Coe cottage
on Faculty Hill ls now occupied hy
Mr. and Mrs. Whitmire and Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Brown.
-That charming piny. "Sand,"
will be presented at the blue Ridge
school house on Friday evening of
this week. Feb. 2."th, at S o'clock.
Be sure to see this entertaining play.
A real treat ls in store for all who
-There will bo services at the
Episcopal church in Walhalla next
Sunday morning. Feb. 27th, at ll
o'clock. Special Lenten services on
Saturday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock.
Cordial Invitation extended lo all to
attend these services.
-Spring Hats-Some charming
creations in platinum and pigeon
gray, tangerine and wren shades.
Friday and Saturday, Feh. 2b and 26.
Miss S. Flncnnnon, Seneca, S. .C
-You are cordially lnvitod to visit
the "Rest Room" for ladies, arrang
ed for your comfort by the members
of tho Civic League. Thc room is lo
cated across the hall from Dr. W. R.
Craig's dental parlors, up-stalrs in
the C. W. Pitchford store building.
Mothers who bring their small chil
dren to town will find this room es
pecially convenient. Comfortable
chairs, a loungs, lire and water and
other comforts are provided, and the
mothers are /-specially invited to
make this room their headquarters
while in town.
Read the following: New Club
shells, box, 7 r.e.; 22 rifle cartridges,
box, ?MC.J 100-lb sack of salt, $1.35;
Cobbler and Blis.s seed pdtatoes, per
pock, 55c.? large can.-, pink salmon.
Ile.; 2-ih. bucket compound, 30c;
.I-lb. bucko! compound, .;0c; 8-lb.
bucket compound, ? l.jn; 60-lb tub
compound, $ G. f > 0 ; JI pounds self
rising Hour. $1.35; ?\ pounds plain
Hour. $1.30; either of iheso choaper
by tho barrel; good roasted coffee,
in hulk, per pound. I Sc.; Blue Rose
rice. Bc.; l-fool poultry wiro, $4.35;
5-fool poultry wire. ??-foot
poultry wiro, $6.35; l-point, heavy
galvanized barb wire, MI rod rolls,
1)0 pounds to roll, $L<5j Federal
Standard granulated cane sugar to
arrive in a few days, io sell at the
following prices: id-lb. package at
85c; LT.-lh. sacks, each $2.00; 100
pound .sacks. $7.7."?. All tho above
guaranteed to be the best quality or
you can return lt and gel your money
back and we'll charge you nothing
for what you use out of it. If any
iompetitor claims they are not, they
nive a chance to prove lt. If you
.viii furnish me the names you will
io both of us a favor. "Walk a block
ind save a dollar." Just look down
ho street from the old hotel corner
ind you'll see where wo, aro. Then
tonio on down to where the prices
re "down." 'Maynes cuts tho price
md sells the goods."-adv.
".i....-. ., _LIL.U..I
to Our Customers.
Because of thc unusual conditions and failure to
collect this past fall, wc are forced to sell our Meal
and Hulls for Cash or Exchange for Seed only.
We hope our customers will appreciate our posi
tion, and not ask credit? Wc assure you that we
hate to refuse the very best risk, but this is abso
lutely necessary if we except to continue buying
Co'ton Seed. This is effective at once.
We can give you either of the following in ex
change for one ton of good cotton seed : 15 sacks
of Meal, or 600 pounds of Meal and 1,400 pounds
of Acid Phosphate, or One Ton Fertilizer,
Westminster Oil ?? Fertilizer Co.,
K, M. MARETT, Sec. and Treas.,
Westminster, S. C.
-Othb'-s have been tried and
found wanting. Tho Willard battery
never fails. Hughs Garago, Walhal
- Manager Jas. Wilson has re
duced the price of admission to The
Rex Theatre, but not the quality of
the pictures. Witness tho presenta
tion of winsome Edith 'Roberts in
"The Wildcat," which is the show
ing for Thursday (to-morrow.) A
number of excellent pictures have
been booked for future showings,
and If you wish to pass a pleasant
hour or two you cannot do better
than see some of these pictures.
-H. C. Busch has begun the erec
tion of three cottages on "Bulwinkle
Mill," where he has several lots. Mr.
Busch contemplates making very de
sirable small homes, and we under
stand that they will he offered for
rent ns soon as completed. He ls
taking a very broad view of the sit
uation in providing homes for some
of the many who have heretofore
been unable to locate in Walhalla by
reason of the fact that there were
no rentable homes available. It ls
to be hoped that others who own lots
will consider the advisability of put
ting up houses that can be used by
people of moderate means as homes.
-"Sand," the play which was
given by the members of Miss Sallie
Stribllng's Normal Class at the High
School Auditorium last Friday even
ing, drew n large and enthusiastic
audionce. Tho play was most admir
ably rendered, each part being well
carried. We understand that over
(85.00 was realized, the auditorium
being packed to its capacity. Miss
Stribilng and those taking the vari
ous parts in the play deserve much
credit for their efforts to help bettor
the Illiteracy situation in South Car
olina. The proceeds of the play will
be used to assist in establishing a
night school in Walhalla, at which
lt will be the endeavor to teach not
a few of the illiterate ones to read
- Mrs. C. W. Pitchford, Jr., was
hostess to the Paul 1 layne Circle last
Friday afternoon, Feb. 18th. Tho
program consisted of Interes, ng
readings by Miss Strong and Mrs.
Neville, a Victrola selection and a
piano solo by Miss Rhodes, which
were greatly enjoyed hy all. Besides
a large attendance of the members
of the Circle, the following visitors
added much pleasure lo the after
noon: Mrs. K. P. Taylor, Misses
founts, Rhodes, Taylor, McLoes. A
delicious sweet course was served by
the hostess, assisted by Misses Stro
ther and Mc Lees and little Edlin
Vonna Pitchford. Miss Strother In
cited tho Circle to meei with bor on
March Ith. This will be tho animal
business meeting, and a full attend
ince of the members is urged.
Pair Mare Iules
IOOO Pounds Each
Mso two-horse Wagon, in
?ood condition, for sale at a
-Write or See
?. A. LYNCH, Wallalla, Rt. 3.
Xo living thlgn can exist in the
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The Un i tod States has 87 standard
?reeds of chickens.
Make Every Reid Hog-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.
Electrically Welded Farm Fencing:
helps put farming on a business basis. It puts fields
entirely under your control, enabling you to farm
them most profitably.
There are heights and designs of "Pittsburgh Perfect" fencing
for every farm purpose. It ia a perfected fence of uniform
high quality, and every rod guaranteed. The electrical .weld
makes it a one-piece steel fabric of great strength and dura
Lili ty .\ S ct: us for your fencing, barbad wire, staples, etc.
;C. W. Pitchford
Walhalla, S. C.
WHAT is Thrift any way? It is
not the hoarding of money. It is not less
buying and less selling. It does not mean
that you should tighten your purse strings
forever. You should not close your purse
and refuse to buy such merchandise that
you would make your conditions better.
The Thrifty Man will not allow
his house or barn to rot down for need of
roofing; nor will he allow hts farm to wash
away for thc want of good Implements.
Good Tools and good Farm Imple
ments arc very assential to good living.
J> To Make Money You MUST Invest Money. ?fi
Our stocks of good Tools, Farm Im
plements and Building Material arc com
plete, and we will appreciate your patron
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
There have been no well-nuthontl
cated widespread changes of climate
In 2,000 years.