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FOR SALK-A Hood Buggy Horse
or Late .Model Ford Car with starter.
JOHN LAY, Walhalla, Itt. 2. _HS^
POR SALIO-One Ford Touring
Car; $150. Seo IL T. CR10NSHAW,
Walhalla, S. C._1 7-20
FOR SALK-Daroo Jersey Rigs
and Fresh Milk Cows. See R. A.
CRAB!, Oil farm near High Falls, S.
C. Hi-10
FOR SALIO-Ono pair Horses and
Wagon; one Briscoe 'l'onring Car,
Cheap for cash or satisfactory secur
ity. lt. T. JA YXKS. Walhalla, S. C.
I 8-2 1
FOR SALIO-Nancy Rall and Fer
io Rico Rotalo IMantK for May and
June delivery at $l.f>0 per 1,000, hy
express; hy parcel post. $1.00 por
1,000. J. R. MCCLELLAN, Rocking
ham, Ca. 18-23*
WANTED-Farm Hand.- I want
;i good Farm Hand; one aldo tc? do
good plowing and other tarin work.
Sec me or write al once for proposi
tion. JOHN L. SMITH, Salem. S.
C. ls*
FOR SALK-New Ford I-Toil
Truck with Pneumatic Tires and
Flat form Dody. Will make prices
inter.stine. R ALI.ENC ER HARD
WARE AND Fl li.\I'll IMO CO., Sen
eca. S. C. 17-18
1 OR SALK-Fodder and Wood.
1,000 hundios Throe-hand Fodder,
>*:;.. 111 per hundred; four-fool Dry
Fine Wood. $1.00 per cord; cut itt
stove lengths. $5.00 per cord, deliv
ered. MARCI'S KINO, Walhalla. S.
<'.. Rt. I. 1 8-2 I *
FOR SALK.--Fine Poland-China
Boar (Thoroughbred and registered,
Dixie ad, *3r?. ;i7.".n:. 1.) About l?
months old. For quick sale nt a bar
gain. For particulars write or see
W. M. RROOM, Walhalla, S. C., Rt.
No. 3. 15-1 S*
YOUNO MEN, Women, over 17. for
Hostal Mail Service; $120 per month,
'(examinations May. Experience un
necessary. For free particulars of
instruction, write J. LEONARD, (for
mer Civil Service Examiner.) 5H
Equitable Bldg., Washington. D. C.
1 8-2 1 *
Duroc Jersey.
Bil) No. IS".759; sire Cardinal
Orion No, 11-1250. Young and vigor
ous. Hendy for service.
Walhalla, S. C.
I 8-1 f .
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Penance.... 0.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.io.na a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Rex S2, Anderson. S. C.
Regular Meeting ol' Fair Play
Lodge. No. 132, A. F. M.. First Sat
urday in each mouin. :: o'clock F, M.
Visiting I'.rot hers welcome.'
W. C. MAYES. W. M.
S. L R P U RI SS, Secretary.
James F. Neville is in Columbia
for a few days on business.
Notice Our last gin day. May
13, for this season. West I nion Oil
Mill. adv. 18-10.
Misses Sara Moss and lOmmle
Ansel spent Ibo past week end willi
friends in (.?reenvido,
Miss F.ugenia Moss is visiting
ber aunts. Misses Maude ?ind Ruthe
Moss, in (5 reen vi Ile.
Faints, varnish, oil. Norman's
Drug Store. Walhalla. adv.
Misil Isabelle Macaulay, of An
derson, spent the week-end with her
mother. Mrs. Hettie Macaulay, ?ind
M r.*. C. C. Sain, nf lancelin on,
N. C., is spending a while wish Mrs i
L. T. Simmons and Viss Katherine
Cro. s.
Reduced prices on pain's, oils
brushes, turpentine. Norman's I ?rug
Store. Walhalla. adv.
Mother's Day will be observed
lil Double Springs chinch on Sunday.
May viii An nnpuronrlale program
has been arranged and dinner will
be served on the grounds. The ;>u!i
llc is mest cordially invited lo attend
and brine lunch.
Mrs Kale Clldv/orfll, of Charle ;
ton. ls spending a few dav; with her
sisters. Mrs. J. R. Hughes and Miss
Sue Maxwell, and among other rela
tives. She has many friends here in
her old home (own who are always
glad to welcome her among them.
Ruy your paint supplies cheap
at Norman's, Walhalla. adv.
-- Recent activities oil the par! of
county and Stat., and Federal law
enforcement officers have brought a
goodly number of men lo Hie county
Jail to give account.-: ()f themselves In
whiskey Vases. Some nine ar ten men
have been arreste,'. Within the past
ton days, and as many or moro stills
have been destroyed, with hundreds
on hundreds of gallon of mash and
beer destroyed. Some considera ole
quantities of liquor have abo hoon
desi royed.
-The best ls the cheapest, and
that Is the Willard. Hughs Garage.
-William Holl spent a few days
last weok in Columbia and Johnston
with relatives:
--J. M> Saut, of Anderson, spent
the loiter part of last week in Wal
halla visiting al the home of lila
Uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
- Misses Caroline Darby and Sara
Macaulay visited relativos in Ander
i son last week. They were accompan
ied home Saturday by Misses 11ml
gens and lilgon and Derril! Darby
and Dave Ligon.
-Tills is tho year to buy an In
ternational riding cultivator. W. M.
Brown, Walhalla, solis them at re
duced prices.- adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maxwell, of
Anderson, were week-end guests of
Dr. ?iud Mrs. J. W. Bell. They mo
tored to Clayton. Ga., with Dr. and
Mrs Helli where they visited rela
- The young ladies of the Wal
halla Methodist Missionary Society
will have a lawn party at tho home
of Mrs. s. x. Pitchford on Friday
evening of Ibis week, May Otb. ni 8
o'clock, for the benefit of mi -lons
and the starving children of duna.
Everybody is invited to attend and
help in n good cause and enjoy a
social evening.
Mrs. G. A. Norman, after spend
ing tl Week or days plc;. Iltly
visiting her daughter. Mrs. F L.
Hunker, of Charlotte, V C., returned
to Walhalla lasl Saturday. Mrs. Nor
ma n's visit was shortened coils lor
nbly owing to the fad thal she was
taken sick while in Charlotte. We
are glad to know Ilia! she was only
slightly Indisposed, and thal she bas
greatly improved since her return to
- All makes standard sewing ma
chine noodles at Moss Ansel's,Wal
Tho members of the r. I). C.
chapter and those Interested in the
ll. I). C. are requested to meei at the
homes of either Mrs J. W. Bell. Mrs.
Hettie Macaulay or Mrs. ll. lt. (Inglis
on next Saturday afternoon, May 7.
at :; o'clock, for the purpose of mak
ing wren tbs for Memorial Day. it
is also requested that the members
of the Walhalla Chapter U. I). C.
wear white dresses, with a small
rosette of red ribbon, at the Memo
rial Day exercises. May loth.
- Mrs. ,1. Ra moy Hughes delight
fully entertained the Hook Club on
April 2t>th at ber home on Faculty
Hill. The guests were received by
Mrs. Hughes and Miss Sue Maxwell
in their usual gracious manner, and
after several hours devoted to rook.
Ibo guests were served a delicious
grapefruit salad course by Mrs.
Hughes and her sister. Ilesides the
regular members of Hie club several
visitors enjoyed Mrs. Ilugbes's hos
pitality, these being Mesdames .las.
Barby, Chas. F. Iletrick, Charles
Humphries and Viss Julia Maxwell.
The next meeting will be held Oil
.May 1 Otb. with Mrs. M. c. Nong.
- If you vvanl lo liuy ;i second
hand buggy, worth Ibo money, see
W. M. Brown, Walhalla.- adv.
The members of the Walhalla
Chapter I). A lt. enjoyed a most in
teresting meeting with its retiring
regent. .Mrs. w. i.. Vernor, on Apri)
2iuh. The first vice regent. Mrs. j.
\V. Bell, was in tin- chair, and pre
sided over the meeting in her usual
pleasing inaner. The chapter mem
bers hail as (heir guests Mrs. Cain,
state Regent, and several members
of ibo Tamassee school board whom
tho hostess introduced, ?is follows:
Mesdames Cain, Brutton, Haily. Cal
houn, Cu ter and Turner. After roll
f?ll ?Hid the minutes of the preced
ing meeting were read and approved.
Mrs. Hell asked Mrs. Cain to favor
tho meeting With a bilk, which was
most interesting and instructive. She
?ibo gave some details of the con
vention which recently met ill Wash
ington. Pleasant remarks were also
mode by different members of the
school board some quite Haltering
lo the local chapter. The presiding
oillcer i hen asked the Incoming re
gent to name her program commit
tee for the coming year, and turned
jilli' chair over to her lo adjourn the
I meeting. Mrs. Vernor gave the In
I coining regent Ibo gavel, after which
Mrs Pitchford spoke in behalf of Hie
chapter lovely remarks lo tho out
going regent. Mrs. Vernor. IbnnkiiiR
j her for her untiring efforts and as
suring her that she had reached thc
goal that she bad striven for. Aftei
' adjournment Misses Sallie Stl'ihlitlg
(and Klolso Strother passed hand
' painted rose card.- for a cunning con
test, the answers beim; names ol
i roses. Kvery one had a ' rosy time'
' and received as souvenirs beautifu
.rosebuds from an attractive waitei
passed by Miss Ktrihling. lieautifn
and delicious refreshments wen
served hy Misses eloise strother. Sal
lie and Tabitha Slribllng and Finnin
Ansel. these consisted of pink ic.
.cream in band-made pink rose recen
tades, angel food cako iced with
rose ornaments and rose petal mints.
This ??ping tho bist nippling of H??
program year, every one felt It was
a most delightful occasion, and one
long to he remembered.
- Mrs. J. A. Steck, accompanied
by Miss Pauline Steck of Seneca.
spenf. the past week-end in Atlanta,
attending several of tho attractions
presented during the week of grand
opera. ^
- Mrs. C. J. Deal, of Landis. N.
C., and Mrs. A. L. Deal, of Moores
ville, X. C., mother and sister-in-law,
respectively, of Mrs. V/. B. Aull, are
spending some time visiting at the
home of Kev. and Mrs. \V. B. Aull.
- Mrs. .Josie Snow, of South Dako
ta, left for her home Sunday morn
ing last, after a pleasant visit of sev
eral weeks to her sister, Mrs. J. W.
Cu moy. Mrs. Snow made many
friends while hore, who regretted to
soe her leave, add who hope to meet
her again.
-You have had trouble with your
battery, bu it was not a Willard. Due
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Carago, Walhalla.-adv
- An offering will bo taken in St,
John's Lutheran church and Sunday
school next Sunday morning for Ibo
starving people in China. We have
been giving to needy calls in the pasl
moil His, hui many people can alford
to help these suffering people, who
will die by miltons if bread is not
given them. No one c;,a wed afford
to shut his ears to such a cry.
-Miss Ruth On ats, of Greenwood,
is spending some time at tho home
of Supt. and Mrs. T. R. Dukes. Mis
Ouzts is a sister of Mrs. Dukes ami
came up to assisi in caring for lit Ho
Catherine Dukes, who has been quite
ill and is now convalescing from an
attack of typhoid fever. We hopi
that the little lady will soon be coin
pletely restored to health.
- Tho many friends of Edwin
Hughs will be glad to know that lu
is again able to be about, after bot ll JJ
confined to his homo for a number ol
days with an attack of acute appen
elicit Ls. Young Hughs was in Sa van
nab, Ga., when he was stricken, am
was awaiting orders to sail as a wiro
less operator on one of Uncle Sam'i
ships. The Courier joins with hosts
of others in tho hope that Edwin wil
soon be sufficiently recovered to joh
his vessel and resume his chosei
-Othes have been tried am
found wanting. Tho Willard batter;
never fails. Hughs Garage, Wulbai
-The post?nica at Russell's wa
discontinued last Saturday, and th
people who have been accommodate
with mail service through the Rus
sell oflice will hereafter be served b
the ellice at Mountain Rest. The cl is
continuance of the oftice ls due to th
fact that Mrs. Russell, who has sein
od tho public as postmistress for s
long, feels that she cannot longer b
burdened with tho worry and trov
hie of the olfice. and she refused t
longer hold the position. No one els
could bo secured to assume the dutic
of the office, so it had to be official!
declared "dead." This fact will n
regretted by many, as the oflice ?
one of the oldest in the county an
accommodated quite a large numbc
of people in that portion of Oconei
Mrs. Russell has given the office ll?
personal attention for some thirt
years, and that section owes her n
small debt of gratitude for so lon
devoting a part of her time to seein
thal mall matter was promptly dh
patched and rightly handled. Thor
bas never been any great compenst
Hon allowed for the service ronderec
Thc Redpath Chautauqua wi
be in Walhalla from May 2 Gill t
May :;ist, with live days' eiitertaii
nients. This organization needs n
introduction lo the people of Wa
halla and surrounding conn'ry, as
was here last year for live days an
presented a series of eil teri ?lin men l
than whi(d) lhere has never been be
1er in the up-country, and never oil
to equal it presented In our conn':
The entire program for the live da>
appears in this issue of The Coorie
Tho price of admission will be tl'
same as last year $2.">0 for the ci
tire five-days' attractions, plus I
per cent war tax. or a total of $2.7.
In accordance willi the Ion? standin
policy of tho Redpath mnnngemon
a special story hour will be conduele
for tho children each morning or a
lernoon, free of charge. This wor
will be in charge of n thorough!
trained young woman, and tho hoi
should provo a delight to thc chi
Iren. Our people- -and by "our pet
pie" we mean the people of Oeom
county, should begin now to mal
their plans to attend these high ela:
attractions. Il will be well to g<
the tlckos for the entire week's a
tractions as early as possible aft?
they are put on sale. However, sing
ndmlsslgn tickets will be sold al tl
door for each attraction to those wi:
do liol care to buy the season ticket
There is a considerable saving ma?
by tho purchase of ibo season ticke
where same can be used. Read U
attractive announcement of the pro
gram for the week and you will get
a season ticket. The entertainments
promise to be even better than the
excellont performances and rendi-j
Hons of last year.
-A special reduced railroad rate
of ono and a half fare for the round
trip bas been granted to the South
Carolina Stato Sunday School Con
vention, which will moot at Winthrop
College, Rock Hill, Juno 8, 9 and lit.
and all prospective delegate; are
urged to avail themselves of it The
reduced rate ls given on the cortile
calo plan, contingent upon at least
:<.")0 attending this convention and
laking certificate. It is necessary to
gel certificates when buying ticket,
paying full fare for the ticket going
to Hie convention and getting the
hali fare rato upon presenting cer
tificate for the return trip.
- Married, at the Baptist parson
age, in tho Now Hope section, on
Saturday night, April 30th, Miss
Marie .McClain and Eugene Hoggs.
Mrs. Hoggs is the oldest daughter of
Mr. and .Mr?. McClain, of the Fair
view section, and is a young woman
ol' many noble traits of character.
She has been a teacher in the Ker
wee school for two years and h.is
wo? the good will of all the patrons
connected with Ibis school, and also
the people of the Now Hope church,
of winch she is a member. The groom
is thc oldest son of .Mrs. Kl iza Hoggs,
of the New Hope section, and is a
young man of sterling worth and ex
emplary habits. Kev. M. ,). Stansoll
oHioialod. The many friends of the
young couple wish for them a long
life of happiness, joy and prosperity.
Tho residence of Tobe Maxoy.
helter known as the O'Dell home, at
O'Dell's Mill, was destroyed last Sat
urday a little after the noon hour, a:
which time flames wore discovered
breaking through the roof at the
stove Hue. When first seen the lire
was getting such headway that, al
though strenuous efforts were made
to extinguish them, nothing could be
done, and all efforts were soon given
to saving things from the house. Hut
little was saved, however, as the fire
burned fiercely, and being an old
structure, mainly of heart lumber,
it went quickly. Some furniture and
bedding were saved, everything else
being n total loss. The house was
worth about $1,.r?00 or $2.000. A
number of chickens were lost, but no
animals so far as wc have been able
to learn, except a couple of cats that
sought refuge, along with chickens,
under the burning structure. The
O'Dell home was well known to neo
plo in all parts of tho county, and in
its destruction emile a landmark bas
been removed. Mr. Mnxey will make
efforts to rebuild tit once. We under
stand fhn! the building was insured,
but have boon unable to ascertain
the amount of insurance curried.
?-For Stile Loose hulls, r.nc. per
hundred. West Union Oil Mill. adv.
[ IN-I?.
- Lovd Rrown, who is in a hos
pital ie Atlanta, convalescing from
? ?in op?ration for the removal of bis
? appendix, is e..tiing along nicely and
. will bo able io return lo Walhalla In
' a short while, flo w is taken ill with
an attack of acute appendicitis about
> two weoks ago.
I -This section of the country has
I boon experiencing for the past few
. days exceptionally cool weather
more like early March than Ibo first
of May. The condition seems to be
' pretty Kenerai'over the country, and
' especially in the Piedmont section.
, Reports from the Highlands section
and other points in the mountains
' are to the effect thal it is positively
' cold there after dark.
- Mrs. C. F. I let rick left yester
! day for Creen ville, where she went
. to attend the recital of her daughter.
Miss Marion I let rick, who will be
grad uv'eil from the (?reonvillc Wo
I m;in's Colegc this year. Miss Hetriek
, has been making music one of her
specialties while at (i. W. C. and re
ports coining from the college Indi
' cate that Miss Hetriek is the posscs
? sor of a talent far above the ordi
Rest guaranteed stock powder
i at Norman's, Walhalla.-adv.
Work lias been begun by .lames
ll. Darby on his lot at the corner of
Main ami Catherine streets in pre
paration for the erection of ?i large
I and handsome residence. Materials
are beim; laid down and excavations
started. Wc understand that this will
be made one of the finest residences
in this section, tho building to con
tain a complete basemen! with two
.stories llbOVG. The residence proper
will contain some twelve or fourteen
rooms. The main binding, we under
stand, will he of cream colored brick.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. A. I Iel rick,
Mrs. Charles F. Ile! rick. Mrs. Chas.
A. Itel rick and Mrs. Iv. H. Rogers at
tended the music recital of Miss Flor
ence Hetriek, at Anderson College,
last Thursday evening. The occasion
was a most enjoyable one, and it was
a pleasure to relatives and friends of
i the young lady to learn that she is'
rated among the very beal of the
piano musicians of Anderson Col
1 lege. She is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Hetriek. The party on
returning lo Walhalla after the re
, citai came into a fearful hail storm
at Pendleton, where they were held
under shelter" from the hail for an
hour and a half. Til oro was also a
considerable electrical storm, an
electric light or telephone pole bein:;
Struck and shattered quite near the
Hetriek car while I be parly wore
taking refuge from the storm. The
ground, when they left Pendleton,
iHay 26 to 31st, Inclusive
i i-A O?ION S- f f
Band and Male Chorus.
Sparkling American Comedy.
BEULAH BUCK, Entertainer.
Master Cartoonist-Humorist Extraordinary in
"Joy Night" Program.
Notable Lectures on Timely Themes
r> 331(35 1X X ^ ^
Redpath Chautauqua,
Season Tickets $2.50 Plus 10% Tax.
Make Every Field HogTight
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.
"Pittsburgh Perfect"
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 areheights and designs of "Pittsburgh Perfect" fencing
for every farm purpose. It is 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
bility .ISec us for your fencing, barbad wire, staples, etc.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
was so deeply covered with, hail thal
it had the appearance of being cov
ered wi tl? snow.
-A call mooting of tho ll. 1). C.
chapter will he held next Tuesday af
ternoon. May 10th, at I o'clock, all
thc Civic League rest room. Every
one is urged to he present.
-Wo regret to learn thal the con
dition of Mrs. W. O. Smith, of An
derson, who has been suffering from
n stroke of partial paralysis for the i
past two months, received a backset J
during tho latter part of last week,
when the patient took two tablets of j
an antiseptic instead of aspirin tab-j
lots, which she thought she was tak- '
lng. Fortunately Hie tablets taken
hy mistake wore not of a poisonous
nature, hui they were of such nature
as to have proven seriously detri
mental lo Mrs. Kirtith in her present
condition had not medical aid been
summoned at once, a stomach pump
obtained and the stomach quickly
relieved of the contents of the anti
septic tablets. We are glad lo know
that Mrs. Smith's condition is again
i tn proved.
- La si Friday night, on the out
side of Hie "Holiness Tent," a row
took place thal resulted in tito very
painful Injury of John Bischoff, Jr..
a lad ol' ti boil I ll years. There are
varying versions of what took placo
ard as to how the difficulty started,
so we make no statement as to that i
pari of the affair. The result wast
that young Bischoff had two teeth
knocked out of his upper jaw. in the
front, and his upper lip badly cut.
There were three young boys, all of j
about i i or 1 .*> years of ago, impli
cated in the trouble, these hoing j
Diwor and Leonard (Jarrett and
young Bischoff, Leonard (lorrett and
Bischoff got Into a dlfilculty, which
passed from the stage of words to
that of blows, and in tho general
mix-up Bischoff was struck with the
rock that knocked his teeth out. this
having been thrown by one of the
two Carroll boys, il is said. Young j
Bischoff, while suffering gr< t pain I
for a tillie, is now able to bo -bout,
though considerably disfigured. The
boys wore arrested and later released
on bonds for appearance before the
.Mayor's Court for trial.
win n: WITH LKMOX.
Squeeze Ibo juice of two lemons
into a bottle containing three ounces
of Orchard White, which any drug
store will supply for A few fonts,
shake well, and you have a quarter
pint of harm loss and delightful lomon
bleach. Massage this sweetly fra
grant lotion into the face. neck, arms
and hands each day. then shortly
note tho beauty and whiteness of
your skin.
Famous stage beauties use this
lemon lotion to bleach and bring
that soft, clear, rosy-white complex
ion, also as a freckle, sunburn and
tan bleach because it doesn't irri
tate.- -adv.
Mrs. dane Crisp Hies on Train.
(Atlanta Georgian, May 2.)
The body of Mrs. .lanie Crisp, who
died Sunday morning on a train be
tween the Peachtree and Terminal
stations, was sent to Clayton. Ga.,
for burial by A wt ry a Lowndes. She
had hoon in a sanitarium suffering
from heart trouble, and her physi
cian was with her at the time of her
Mrs. Crisp was fi 1 years old and
lived at Clayton. She is survived by
her husband, .1. M. Crisp; two sons,
Hollie of Atlanta and Lewis Crisp, of
Clayton; one daughter. Miss Tullie
Crisp, and two brothers and one sis
Mrs. Crisp was known by not a
few of the people of Oconee. who will
learn with regret of her death. She
was not related lo the Crisp family
of Walhalla, either directly or liv
ma rriage.
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