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FOR SALE-Five good, fresh Milk
Cows. Apply to W. lt. HUNT, Moun
tain Rest, S. C._12-15*
FOR SALE-Sweet Potato Slips;
healthy plants. Apply OCONEE OR
PHANAGE, Walhalla Rt. 2._12-15
WANTED-Tenant with Stock for
2-horso farm. W. O. WHITE, Wal
halla, S. C. 6-tt
FOR SALE-One Mule and Bug
fry. Seo J. D. GOLDEN, ll Park St.,
Walhalla, S C._9-12*
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Plym
outh Rock Eggs; $1 for setting of
15. See MRS. FRANCS HUGHES,
FOR SALE - Good Jersey Milk
Cows; some fresh, some Just coming
in. Will sell for cash or ott time. S.
N. Ill'TTS, Hattie Creek. S. C._1 3*
WANTED-Man with team or
auto to sell McConnon's Products di
rect to tho consumer in this county.
McCONNON & CO., Winona. Minn.
Mention tltis paper, 12-13*
FOR SA I iE-Throe good, well
trained yokes of Oxen: Log Carts.
Drays, etc. Also, two good Horses.
If interested see or write J. C.
SHOCKLEY, West I nion. S. C. 11-12
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred S. C.
Rhode Island Red Eggs, Craig &
Carver strain; $1.50 for 1 ."> : ($2
by mail. W. ll. CRAIG, Walhalla.
s. c. io-tf
WANTED-lave Agents to write
High Grade Accident and Health In
surance. Reasonable rates; liberal
commission. If interested write to
ALBERT M El BURG, Seneca, S. C.
GOVERNMENT - Inspected Porto
Rico Potato Plants. $1.S0 per 1000
over 5000, $1.75 per 1000, shipping
point. Prompt shipment after April
5th. Cabbage plants. Immediate ship
ment, $1 per 1000, by express. G. J.
DERRICK, Lancaster, S. C. 11-12*
CLERKS-(Men, Women) over
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month. Experience unnecessary. For
free particulars of examinations,
write J. LEONARD, (former Civil
Service Examiner,) 514 Equitable
Bldg., Washington, D. C. 9-12*
YOUNG MEN, Women, over 17,
for Postal Mail Service; $120 month.
Examinations April. Experience un
necessary. For free particulars of
instruction write JOHN LEONARD,
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GET BUSY-Keep Busy.-Is your
job unsafe? Is it permanent? You
want a lifelong business. You can get
into such a business selling more
(han 137 Watkins Products direct to
farmers If you own auto or team, or
can get one; if you are under 50
and can give bond with personal
sureties. We hack -ou with big sell
ing helps; 52 years In business:
L'ii.000,000 users of our products.
Write for information where .you
can get tcrri'ory. J. R. WATKINS
CO., Department C, Winona. Minn.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
MauhUn Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON TH IO FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. ra.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
4* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4*
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- Moss & Ansel will have a special
sale on tailoring next Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday.-adv.
-Mrs. Shaw, of Philadelphia, is
visiting for some time at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hetrick.
- Miss Marion Hetrick spent thc
past week-end in Walhalla with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hetrick.
-The children of the elementary
department of the Walhalla Baptist
Sunday school arc invited to meet
at the church on Friday afternoon at
4.SO o'clock for an Easter egg hunt.
---Our buyer. J. 15. Bauknight, is
in the Eastern markets this week
making our selections for the spring
trade. Watch for our advertisement
announcing arrival of ono of thc
best selected stocks of dry goods
and notions ever brought to Wal
halla. C. W. & J, E. Bauknight. -ad
We are requested to announce
that Ftev. VV. M. Thompson will
preach at Poplar Springs next Sun
day morning, March 27th. at 11
o'clock. Ail members aro urged to
be present and the public is cordially
invited to attend.
-Y/o are requested to announce!
that there will he an all-day singing
at High Falls church on the first
Sunday in April. Prof. Chlldres, of
the Six-Mile Academy, will preach
nt that church on that day. All slng
ors-aro invited to attend and take
--Through these columns I desire
lo express to my numerous friends in
Walhalla and throughout the county,
my sincere thanks and appreciation
of the very flattering vote you gave
mo In electing me as the representa
tive of Oconeo at the coining I'alma
fostn. I trust that 1 may havo the
pleasure of seeing many of you in
Jolumbin during tho happy event,
(Miss) Carrie; Darby Harrison,
Queens College. Charlotte, X*. C.
-See the tailoring line of Ed. V.
Price & Co- at Moss & Ansel's next
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr.
Humphries in charge.-adv.
-Miss Ruth Walker has returned
to Walhalla after an absence of sov
oral month visiting relatives in
-Misses Marguerite Brennecke
and Julia Maxwell spent the past
week-end in Greenville as guests of
Mrs. J. W. Nix.
-Chas. F. Hetrick, of the Hetrick
Hosiery Mills and the Keowoe Yarn
.Mis. is In Philadelphia and other
cities East this week In the interest
of these mills.
-For Sale-Cow and calf, one
horse and two-horse wagon and a
nearly new "Harvest King" cooking
stove. T. E. Alexander, Walhalla, S.
C.-adv. 1 1-tf.
-Dr. Glymph, the leading eye
sight specialist of Anderson, S. C.,
will he in Walhalla again on next
Tuesday, March U9. Read his adver
tisement in this issue.
-Lewis C. Harrison spent the
week-end in Greenville.. His many
friends will he glad to know that he
ls once more able to be up and out,
after a severe attack of Hu.
-All makes standard sewing ma
chine needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
-.lohn E. Bauknight. of the firm
of C. W. & J. E. Bauknight. is in
New York and other Kastern cities
making spring purchases for his
firm. Mr. Bauknight will he absent
from Walhalla for a week or ten
--The Young People's Missionary
Society of the Methodist chure? will
meet at the church on Friday -.itter
IIO Oil at ;!.;!(? o'clock, instead of a:
Ihe home of Mrs. S. N. Pitchi';.-.!. All
members are earnestly request? io
-There will be a meeting <>i tho
Norton Chapter. C. i). C.. ou S..-ur
ila y afternoon next, March 20th, :-t I
clock. All members are urge' to
be present at this meeting, which
will he hold in the Civic League rest
room, over C. W. Pitchford's store.
Ed. V. Rice & Co.'s line will be in
charge of Mr. Chas. Humphries at
Moss & Ansel's next Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, and a special in
vitation is extended to his friends to
call and look the line over.-adv.
- Miss Eva Arve, of Decatur. Ga.,
spent the week-end visiting at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Arve, near town. Miss Arve
? is holding ;> position in the govern
ment service in Atlanta, having re
cently been transferred from Green
-Our attention has been called
to the omission of two names from
thc list of children left by the late
Mrs. S. M. Pool. From the list were
omitted the names of Mrs. J. D. Mc
Leod and Miss Bonnie Pool, of Bir
mingham, Ala. We regret the omis
-Toil have had trouble with your
battery, but it was not a Willard. One
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
-The preliminary contest foi
choosing speakers for the Walhalla
High School, to represent this school
in the contest, will be held at thc
High School Auditorium next Friday
night. March 25th, at S o'clock. Thc
one chosen Friday night will he thc
representative of the Walhalla
school In the county oratorical con
test. The public is invited to bc
-Thc officers are still after them
Last Thursday afternoon Bural Po
I iceman Littleton, Deputy Sullivan
accompanied by Magistrate Talley, ol
Salem, cut down a 25-gallon coppei
still in the High Falls section, de
stroying three barrels of beer. Or
Friday Messrs. Littleton and Salli
van visited the Whitewater sectioi
and destroyed 1,000 gallons of beei
at a plant from which the still ha<
-Call on Mr. Humphries at Mos!
& Ansel's next Thursday. Friday ant
Saturday ifor up-to-date tailoring.
His line will ho complete. Price;
-The State, March 19: "E. M
Smith, of Walhalla, a member of th<
sophomore class, was last night se
lected as the University's represen
tative in the annual South Carolini
Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest, t<
he held at Greenwood. The subjec
of Mr. Smith's oration, which wa
awarded first pl??^e in the prelimi
nary contest held in the Unlversit;
chapel (drat night, was 'The Call o
tho Ages.' Coleman Karesh, of Co
lumbla, speaking on 'Aspects of Civ
ilization,' was given second place."
-A, D. (larkins, of the Unlvei
sity of Georgia, ls spending the Eat
ter vacation with his parents, Mi
and Mrs. Dennis (larkins, near Wal
halla. Mr. 1 larkins was one of ou
boys who saw service overseas, an
for a time be was engaged in tali
lng a course in animal husbandry n
the University of Scotland, bul wo
sick for some tune, interrupting Hi
course. IN- is pursuing a Similfl
course at the University of Georgi!
and is greatly pleased with that lt
Ktitiltlon, which, ho says, compare
very favorably with the Unlversit
-Others have boon tried an
found wanting. The Willard batt Ol
never falls. Hughs Garage, Walha
ll. Q. Merrick, who has been i
Washington for a voek or more, wt
among relatives and friends in Wa
halla thc latter part of last wee!
Mr. Merrick is seeking the office i
Collector of Internal Revenue for th
State and has the assurance that 1
Is in goo/ position to receive tho a;
pointment. However, nothing is g
lng to bo done In the matter uni
after the new Congress assemble
which will be on April Nth. M
Merrick met with groat oncourag
ment willie in Washington, and sa
thal ho could assert with absolu
confidence Inn! nil (he reports b
ing made as to Iho appointment of
Collector at tho present time we
groundless. Ile believes that he wi
he ?be next Collector for titi.'; Stat
and we hope (hat bc will be.
Meet all South Carolina at
?%m\ B B JA ESTES (A^^M? IW^F' JB
^% Hoes iwl ffT BBB I ^%
AT COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
March 28 to April 2.
The Fashion Show, staged with high class New
York fashion models.
The South Carolina Automobile Show.
The famous Scotch "Kilties" Band.
The South Carolina "Better Babies" Parade,
The Floral Parade, March 31st.
The Trades Parade, April 1st.
South Carolina History in Fireworks.
The "Palmafesta Delegates" from 45 counties.
$35,000.00 in The crowning of the Queen of Palmafesta, who
ATTRACTIONS vyill be elected from among the 45 del
for the week* egates.
Come to Columbia and Help Choose the Queen
Thousands Will be Here for
The Souths Greatest Week of Gaiety.
-Moss & Ansel will show you all
the late styles in woolens at their
special sale Thursday, Friday and
- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Knox, of the
Tabor section, were in Walhalla for
several days last week, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Todd.
- Married, at the residence of 'he
officiating minister, Rev. L. B. r
ton, on Saturday, March 5th, ai 6
o'clock, Miss Estelle Sisk and Guy
Grant, both of Walhalla, The Cou
rier joins with other friends of the
young couple in extending hearty
good wishes for a long life of happi
ness and prosperity.
-The best ls the cheapest, and
that is the Willard. Hughs Garage,
-We are indeed glad to learn of
the continued success of our young
friend, J. B. Todd, who is now locat
ed at Spokane, Wash., where he ls
employed by the Marr Wholesale
Grocery Co. in the capacity of ship
ping clerk. J. B. left Walhalla last
year for Montana, where he intend
ed taking up some government land.
Not finding a claim suitable for his
purpose, he engaged in the ranching
business for the summer months,
and went to Washington State in the
fall, and there he has since remain
ed, and is rising in the service of his
-East Saturday night, at the Bap
tist parsonage, (March 10th.) Miss
Vera Sloan and Vando Morgan were
united in marriage. Tho bride ls a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Sloan and the groom a son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Morgan, all of tho
New Hope section. On Sunday morn
ing, at tho same place, Miss Lenora
Waldt and Walker Smith were also
united in marriage. Mrs. Smith is
the only child of John Waldt. of the
Ebenezer section, and the groom is
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith, of
the New Hope section. Rev. M. J.
Stansell officiated at both these mar
riages. The young couples have hos?,s
of friends to Join with The Courier
in extending congratulations and all
-A man is judged hy his clothes.
Soe the special sale at M^u ? An
sel's Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Humphries in charge.-adv.
-Miss Josephine Alexander, of
Walhalla), and Paul McMahan, of
Richland, were united in marriage
last Thursday afternoon at j o'clock.
The marriage took place at tho par
sonage in Seneca, Rev. Mr. Willis,
of the Methodist church, pastor of
tho groom, officiating, Tlie bride is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Alexander, of Walhalla, and a young
lady nf many charming traits of
character. The groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McMahan.
Ile has been for some lime engaged
in business In (he Wes!, hut return
ed lo Oconeo last fall .'md is engaged
in farming this year in the Fairview
section. The Courier joins with oth
ers in extending to the yoting couple
all good wishes for a long Ufo of
happiness and prosperity.
-Look what you can get at
Jaynes's for 09c! -
3 yards oil cloth.
2 V> yards ?l-l sheeting, unbleach
2 Vi yards 9-4 sheeting, bleached.
15 yard? 30-inch shirting.
10 yards 36-inch sea island, good
100 baljs ball thread.
10 yards medium grade bleaching.
6 V? yards better grade bleaching.
5 yards good as made hleacbing.
I pair hoys' pants.
9 yards medium grade cingham.
7 yards better grade gingham.
G yards good grade gingham.
7 yards good grade cheviots.
6 yardp best grade chambray.
11 huck towels.
II Turkish towels.
5 % yards percale.
(5 yards pajama checks.
6 yards white lawn.
5 V? yards long cloth.
11 yards elastic.
ll pairs men's socks.
ll pnlrs ladies' hose.
5 gallons kerosene.
25 cakes Gold Band soap.
4 pounds Pilot Knob coffee.
6% pounds good roasted coffee.
22 boxes washing powders.
22 cans Light-House cleanser.
7 packages Quaker oats.
14 packages Argo starch.
15 cakes white P. & G. soap.
13 cakes good toilet soap.
ll cans No. 2 Tomatoes.
8 cans No. 3 tomatoes.
20 pounds rice.
33 pounds Hudnuts' grits.
See our 99c. combination of agate
and tin ware.
Don't miss those bargains. Can't
say that next lot will bc as cheap.
Walk a block and save a dollar.
Get the habit of coming on down
where thc prices are "down."
'Maynes cuts the price and sells
-Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Smith, of
Fort Mill, S. C., are the happy pad
ents of a daughter, the little lady
having arrived last Saturday, March
19th. Mrs.' Smith is well known in
Walhalla, being a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. N. L, Fant and having
spent her life, up to the limo of her
marriage, in Walhall,. She has a
host of friends hero who will Join
willi The Courier In offering congrat
-Go to Moss & Ansel for your
spring suit next Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, and Mr. Humphries
will show you a completo lino of
woolens. Prices cut.-adv.
-The many friends of Miss Ruth
Brown will be glad to know that sho
ia improving, after quite a severe nt
tack of something in tho nature of
flu. Miss Brown is employed as voice
instructor at tho Monaghan Mill
school, Greenville, but is for the
present visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Brown, of Walhalla, dur
ing her convalescence.
.-If you want to buy a second
hand buggy, worth Ibo money, soe
W. M. Brown, Walhalla.-adv.
Use Our Fish
Goods This Year.
Wo aro recommending our
10-.*l-0 and our IO-2-2 Fish
Goods this year as hoing tho
best goods on tho market, 1M>
y o nd tho shadow of a doubt.
Uso the 1O-??-0 Goods on red
soil and gray lands with a rod
Clay subsoil. These Luids have
sufficient potash for a good crop
Giis year. Lands with a yellow
clay ?cihsoil have very little pot
ash, and wo recommend our IO
2-2 Fish Goods for these soils.
A IO per cent Phosphoric Acid
Goods pays better than an 8 per
cent Phosphoric Acid Goods In
this neck of tho woods, where
tho seasons aro short, whore tito
summer is late and tho fall is
carly. Tills extra two per cont
of Phosphoric Add will make
tho cotton maturo and open
Mr. IL 1>. Coker advises farm
ers not to plant any mow? cot
ton Gian tlioy can gather lieforo
bad weather sets in and dam
ages tho cotton. Ho says low
grade cotton docs not pay cost
of producci?n, und, moro than
that, makes good white cotton
sell for less than it should. Wo
know of no bettor authority ou
matters of this sort than Mr.
Coker, and we wish his nrticle
could bo published all over tho
cotton he.lt. Wo believe it would
help wonderfully. A good por
tion of tho cotton belt, does not
uso fertilizer at all, and when
that section finds that, tills and
other sections requiring fertili
zer aro not using it, tho farmers
there will probably increaso
their acreage, When you cut
out fertilizer you aro playing
to their hand,
Just remember, you can't get
out of the hole hy making short
You will not find anything as
good as Fish Fertilizer for your
cotton and corn. Fish is tho best
material going into fertilizer,
lasts longer in tho ground and
nutkes l>ctter crops. Wo have
tho best Fish Goods made. Tho
prices aro right. We have plen
ty of Kalali and Soda.
Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co.
W. F. FARMER, Secretary.
We Have Plenty of Kainit and Soda
C. P. WALKER. Walhalla, S. C.
J. C. RAMPLEY .West Union, H. C.
T. R. JONES.Seneca, s. C.
F. H. SHIRLEY .Westminster, S. C.
-This ls tho year to buy an In
ternational riding cultivator. W. M.
Brown, Walhalla, sells them at re
-Wo aro requested to announce
that there will be a singing at Beth
lehem church, at Mountain Host, on
noxt Sunday, March 27th, from 1 1.30
until :J p. m. After the singing lhere
will be an egg bunt for the children.
Everybody is Invited to attend, and
the children aro oxpected.
- Miss Isabelle Macaulay, of An
derson, spent tho week-end with hov
mother, Mrs. Hettie Macaulay,
- Wo aro requested to announco
that tho Woman's Missionary Socioty
of Rocky Knoll church will moot on
Sunday next, March 27th, at tho
church, Immediately after Sunday
school. All members aro requested
lo bo prosont at this mooting.
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