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By Steck, Shclur HugliM & Shclor.
New Dress Goods
and Notions?
Our New Dress Goods and
Notions have arrived. We will
be glad to show you these Goods
and the prices are so attractive
that you will buy. Best quality
Dress Ginghams, in new Spring
Styles, only 20c.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight,
Horses - Mules
35 Head of Good Young Horses
and Mules to Sell
and they are worth the money. Will sell for Cash or
Good Paper. These are all real work stock-just the
Tjtejij$^^ -Also^"
have Buggies/ Wagons and Harness, Oliver Plows and J
Repairs, Chattanooga Plows and Repairs-all to go at
right prices. Milk Cows and Beef Cattle, v* Come
and sec me.
W. H. Brown,
Ladies' and Men's
Cotton Hose,
3 Pairs for 25c. for 2 Weeks Only.
Apply at Mill Office at once.
Can be enjoyed to thc fullest when de
fective Eyes are fitted with correct Glasses.
C. Loyd McCrary,
(Formerly of Greenville?)
Will test Eyes, prescribe Glasses or malle
Walhalla, Thursday, May 19.
You Are Invited to Call.
Careful Tests. Satisfaction Assured.)
Behool Closed After Successful Sos
sion-Personal Hems.
Uounty Land, May 9.-Special:
Mrs. 'Fannie Reagan leaves to-day I
for her homo in Weavorville, X. C.,
after a visit to her cousin, .1. .1. liai-'
longer, anil family.
Mrs. S. N. Mguhs spent the week
end with relatives near llonea Path.
Mrs. Julia 1). Shanklin and son
Rd gar attended the District Confer
ence at Town ville Wednesday.
Quito a number of girls of tho
"teen ago" assembled at the Davis
home Saturday afternoon and or
ganized a Once-a-Woek Club, with
Mrs. Dean Davis as their loader.
Mr, and Mrs. IC ugo nc Rice and
family, ol' Fairview, were recent
rpond-t he-day ?'tests of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Owens.
Mr. and Mrs. Lom Norton, of Wal
halla, were on .. bri ff visll tn this!
community recently.
J. il. Shanklin and family, of An
derson, wore late guests of relatives
Mrs. Henry .Iones died Ft ?day at ,
her bonn1 on .). P. Strlbling's place
and was buried at Richland Satur
day afternoon.
Wo are glad lo report a decided
improvement in Mrs. \V. U. Lynch''!
condition. She1 is now abie lo b'J
up a good while during tho day.
Our school will close to-morrow
(Tuesday.) The term has been quite
a successful ono, this fact being due
to the conscientious and untiring
forts of the teachers In charge. We
understand that the teachers Jaie
going to give the pupils a surprise
picnic in the Doyle pasture near tho
school grounds.
Swift Marett, of Highlands, N. C.,
Marion Hughs, of Atlanta, tia., and
O. H. Doyle, of Anderson, were week
end guests in their respective homes
in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Davis were re
cent visitors to Clemson.
Tho \V. M. S. of the Rock Springs
church will be entertained by Mrs.
E. D. Foster in ber home next Sun
day afternoon.
Mrs. S. N. Hughs and Mrs. J. D.
Shanklin are in charge of the work
of selling "Save a Child Life in
China" stamps, and will appreciate
the patronage of all. Stamps 3 cents
. iidcal iNotes from X?on?ross.
Coneross, May ii.-Special: Miss
Beulah Barker returned home Sun
day afternoon from tho City Hospi
tal, Greenville, where sho had been
for the past two weeks. While there
she underwent an operation for goi
ter and also one for appendicitis.
Both operations seem to have been
successful, and she is fast regaining
her strength and recovering from the
opera (ions.
Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Byrd aro enter
taining a little girl in their boni?'
this week. The young lady has come
lo stay.
Dr. Strickland, of Westminster,
gave a very interesting talk at Con
eross Sunday, filling the appointment
of our pastor. Rev. J. (?. Martin,
who is on a vacation visit to his par
ents, Rev. and Mrs. Martin, of Allen
dale, S. C.
Miss Gracie Abbott is on the sick
list this week.
J. C. Barker and sister, Miss Liz
zie, and Miss Jane Hunsinger spent
lost Sunday in Greenville with rela
tives, Miss Barker remaining over
to accompany ber sister, Miss Beu
lah, homo from tho hospital.
Miss Codye Alexander is spending
this week with her sister, Mrs. Gro
ver Hubbard, of Richland.
The subject designated for prayer
meeting next Thursday evening is
"Promise." Let everybody attend
these services and make them in
Several from here attended (he
singing convention at Wolf Stake on
Sunday last.
Mrs. Ollie Duncan, of Walhalla,
spent the first part of Ibo week with
relatives in this section.
Melton Lu sk, of the Smoltzor sec
tion, was in this vicinity the past
Mrs. II. W. Arve is with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. j?, f. Rotboll. of
Toccon. Ca.. Ibis week-. She is on
lier way to Atlanta, where sho will
spend some time wilh ber daughter,
Miss Eva. and other relatives.
Tb" friends of little Miss Ollie
Belle Byrd aro ?lad lo see her able
to be out again after ber extended
Miss Salena Du Bose, of G reen
ville, \<t expected to visll her homo
folka here next Saturday and Sun
da v.
.Mountain Rest Local News.
Mountain Rest, May '.?. Special:
Tho farmers of this section are get
ting pretty well dom; planting and
are getting busy working their com.
The Mothers' Day exercises at
Double Springs Sunday were very
interesting and worO attended by a
large crowd, and HM? good singing
and music were very much enjoyed
by all.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Henry and
Airs. I. W. Henry visited relatives
at Clemson last Saturday.
The many friends here of Miss
Willie Soulhers regret to know that
she will leave for her home in a few
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Kelley spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E.
Mrs. M. J. Brown and little Janie
Mae and Amy Grace Brown returned
New Ofllc&w for I'mont-Teacher As
sociation*-Personal Paragraphs.
Seneca, May lu.-Special: Thu
D. A.. H.V;cnaptor will hol? tho last
meeting pl the chapter year next
Tuesday Atter noon, the 17 iii, with
Mrs. L. W&Veriier. As there will be
several important malters ol' busi
ness to b'? disposed of, it is desired
that there, shall he a full attendance
of the monjhors. The election of of
ficers forrfthe ensuing year will take
place at Mts meeting.
Senec?'??.\Vas represented at Win
throp Callene for the pageant last
week hy. ,J)r. and Mrs. 10. A. 1 linc's,
Mrs. J. By Stribling, 'Mrs. Singleton
Verner, Misses Mamie Hurgcss and
Clara Vernor. The latter is extend
ing her 'l?t?iy from home and will
spend a tow days in Charlotte with j
Wayne,uuatildin, of i'ickens, was
a welcomip[visitor in Seneca one day
last \veeI5.
After 'a .jileasant visit of several
weeks With friends hore Mrs. Win.
Neill and-ty?m:ht<r. Miss Alice, loft
Friday > gilt for their home. Wash
ington, Oci^C.
Mr. andjfolrs. \v. P. Reid expect to
leave -Friday morning for fayette
ville, N\!&?to visit Mr. and Mrs. !..
D. \Vyly$V5?hey will he accompanied
hy their ''little grandson, David Wy
lv, Jr., whb has been on an extended
visit to Mein.
At th?jl?st meeting of the year
for the Parent-Teachers' Association
last weekwlhe following officers were
elected: \vMrs. C. X. Gignilliat, pres
ident; Mt?. C. 10. lio wen, vice pres
ident; %$8j I'\ S. llollenian, secre
tary and??treasurcr.
Mr. anfl?Mrs. A. S. Howie, of Pen
dleton, wN6je week-end visitors in the
home ofjiMr. and Mrs. R. L. Howie
"Saua^Ji.the illiteracy play, will
be pr?s,?lM,ed^ at the Seneca High
School '.^Mitbriutn on Friday even
ing, Ma? $}th, at S o'clock. The pro
ceeds w^lJt?gQ io the support of an
organlzeriiot adult, school for illit
erate^ ,ili'>/Oconce county. Reports
from Wi thalia and elsewhere that
this, play ;Has. been presented are of
the m?s,t flattering nature, and the
people of
por timm
\ S?neca will have an op
sh, the presentation of this
unique Jtftyle- play, to witness some
thin^" * interesting : in- itael f - and
well calcniatod tb create a deeper
and broader interest in the efforts
that, are heing made to eradicate il
literacy from our Slate and county.
Nows Notes from Fairview.
Fairview, May ?). Special: Rev.
Hardy, of Seneca, will lill his regu
lar appointment here sunday after
noon at .:.:{0 o'clock. Sunday school
at 2.30 o'clock.
Miss I.adie Reid, ol' Calhoun, was
the weok-end euost of her friend.
Miss Annie Roth Hubbard,
Mr. and Mrs. IO. C. McMahan were
recent ?nests of the tatter's home
folks in Walhalla. Mrs. McMahan
will romain In Walhalla for the Al
exander reunion, which is to he held
to-morrow (Tuesday.)
Lnwreneo TMke, of Cent'al. was a
visitor in the community la?t week.
Mrs. J. R. McMahan, of near Al
exandrin, Va., bas many relatives
and friends in this com mu ni fy ami
section who will be glad to know
that slip is improving after a severe
attack of hlood poison in her hand.
We hone soon to hear of her com
plete restoration to health.
The Ladies* Aid Society will hob1
their regular meeting next Friday
Mrs. J. O. Huff, of Greenville,
spent a few days recently with her
motlier. Mrs. Tv. io. Knox.
Miss Virginia IMcMahnn was in
Salem fora few hours last week. We
understand thal Miss McMahan has
declined tho offer of the Fairview
school for another year and luis ac
cepted similar work in the Salem
Graded school, it ls with profound
est regrets that we give up this most
estimable young teacher, lier going
to another field )o work will bc keen
ly fell in our school and in tho social
life of thc community.
Mis.; Jeannette Rowland is on an
extended visit lo relatives and
friends in Atlanta and Klborlon, fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tollisoii and
Rrtnn Hubbard spent the week-end
willi I heir relatives al Old i'ickons.
Miss Rosa McMahan spent last
Thursday in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders ami
children spent a short while with
home-folks near Ta mass?e.
Tom Rowland, of near Atlan'n. 's
?non d'np a while with his mother.
Mrs c A. Rowland.
Mrs ceo. Garron, of Asheville, X.
C . was :i recent visitor at the home
of w. 1.. McMahon.
Wagoner Township Singers.
The Wakener Township Singing
Association will meet with the New
ry Baptist church on the third Sun
day afternoon. May lath, beginning
at. ii o'clock. We extend to all a cor
dial invitation. w. n. Hrowor,
11. A. Wood, President.
lo their home hore after having
spent .-onie time with relatives nt
Mis? Vcr? Ramey is visiting rela
tives in Westminster.
j. H. Phillips and parents, of
Long Creel;, were among their many
friends here last Sunday.
Kurtis Hunt, of Westminster, vis
ited relativos here recently.
I have four Trucks >
hauling at all times ant
too long. You can tru
a radius of 5 O to 10
quicker than you can s
A family to work crop
furnished; crof
?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J?
Sec N eleh and clover Pasture.
"Vetch and clover can't be beaten
for a pasture," says C. \V. Buuk
llight, ol' Walhalla, and those who
are interested in seeing his fine pas
ture of vetch, bur clover and while
clover should look the Held over on
Saturday, .May 14, at 2 o'clock,when
chose interested will assemble in
front of his store and proceed to the
pasture on the edge of town.
"A gullied hillside, where a scrape
was used to lill the ditches is where
1 began throe years ago," says Mr.
Bauknight. The growth is now from
ten inches to two feet high, lt has
roseeded each year, and last year
there were about ten cows and two
mules on the six acres from lune 1st
to frost.
Kev. W. B. Aull ia also a big vetch
grower, and the party-will louk'over
his field if it ls still standing.
Wire Bought Co-operatively.
On Thu rfd y. May 5th, a carload
ot" barbed re, which was bought
co-operatively from thc government.
Wan unloaded ni Walhalla for about
six farmers, who will fence some
mountain land for more live-stock.
The saving on these eighteen lons
of barbed wire was approximately
$;i00. If co-opera I ive buying pays,
why not co-operative selling?
Visited Vetch field.
Those who went to TOWUVlBo last
friday saw a wonderful Held ut vetch
al Lee Gaines's place, and they say
they are going strong on vetch this
fall. In an old cotton-field where
vetch had reseeded itself the growth
was nearly impassible-from three
to five foot tall, thickly matted and
of uniform growth. The cotton stalks
remaining on this field showed un
usual evidence of production, and
Mr. Gaines stated that one and three
quarter bales per acre was produced
on this field.
Poison the Borer,
In these columns lately was pub
lished Prof. Conradi's advice to
plant some hills of squash ten days
ahead of the cantaloupe planting, in
rows by the cantaloupes, so that tho
cantaloupe borer would eat tho
squash instead of the cantaloupes,
lt should have been staled also thal
the squash plants should he kopi
dusted thickly with plain arsenate
of lead in order to poison the borers
feeding on tho squash plants in pref
erence to the cantaloupes.
Dust tho poison on while lhere ls
dow on the pla??s.
Geo. lt. Briggs, County Agent.
.Mrs. Frank Harper and baby, of
Columbia, are visiting thc former's
mother. Mrs. Ceo. L, Wilson.
Mrs. Claude McMahon, of the
(.'airview section, spent several days
last week in Walhalla with her par
ents, Mt*, and Mrs. \\\ M. Alexander.
Miss Anna Helle Strickland, of
I'el/er. spent the past week-end m
Walhalla with her former college
friend. Miss Anne Strutton, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Grant.
fariner's Skull fractured.
GreonvillC, May 7.-Ills skull bad
ly fractured by a blow with n single
tree. Andy W?lls, a young farmer of
the Travelers' Host section of this
county, ls in a crit?ad condition in
a hospital here. Walter Howers and
his son. Carl Howers, have been
placed in Jail, charged with having
Inflicted the wound during a fight
with wells to-day.
For This Week
liens tDc. pound, fries S2c. pound.
Don't sell for less. See mo--Down
Town, by thc Old Hotel.
Subscribe for Thc Courier. (Be8\,?
vhich do moving and
i anywhere. No trip
ick most things within
O miles cheaper and
?hip by rail.
on halves; everything
) now planted.
la, 5. C.
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With tho (Jills1 Clubs.
Five mootings wore held the past
week with girls' clubs.
The Cooking Club ut .Seneca Mill
met on Monday and had a lesson on
the combination of milk and eggs.
The dish prepared was '10 g gs a lit
On Tuesday tho Norton Sewing:
Club tuet with Lizzie and Hessies
Whitmlre. Twelve members were*
prosent. ?
Tho Hluo Ridge Sowing Club ot
nine mein hors met on Wednesday.
This club has a porfect attendances
Tho Oak l?rove Sewing Club mot.
on Thursday with Frances and Mat
tic. Cobb. .Tho-.girls aro hog Inning tv
.suit of underwear. .
On 'Friday the Richland Cooking
Club mel with M tb el and Clara.
Ceorge. Two new members wore on
rolled. Drop cookies and cup enko
were used as a basis for a lesson on
cake making.
IMnnonAtral ion on May Kith.
On Monday, May Kith, Miss Elis
abeth Fordnoy. dairy specialist, will
give a butter demonstration at Oak
way, tit Mrs. 'Hutchins's store, at :';
o'clock. All of Ibo women of the
community, and any others who ure
interested, aro urged to he pressent.
Pictures foi* tho Home.
Pictures on the walls of our homos
roiled our lasto ?md mold the char
acters of Ibo inmates of the. homo.
Since thought Influences character,
our thoughts should he directed l?>
the good and the beautiful, beauti
ful pictures give us beautiful
thoughts and high ideals. If would
be il i 111 cult to estimate tho good in
fluences that come from contact with
inspiring pictures.
Selection. Hood copies of tho
masterpieces of great artists art':
easy to obtain and are inexpensive.
A few good pictures of this kind ?if
far more valuable than a large num
ber of poor, meaningless plct?ref-x.
In living room, dining room and
other rooms which all of the family
nw;, pictures should be chosen thar
are of interest to all. Plcturos Of
places and people of historical in
terest are especially good for those
who tire students of history. Thc
Bible is the source of inspiration
for a multitude of excellent pictures
which are stimulating to all. Pic
tures of landscapes and animal lifo
pout out to us most forcefully tho
lion II I les of nature. Personal pho
tographs Should be reserved for pri
vate bed rooms or "dens." Hf gil Iv
colored pictures of fruits, game and
vegetables are no more suitable for
the dining room than any other roon/
of the house.
Framing, The frame should nd''
to the value of the jib.lure and nor
detract from it. lt should be nar
row, very plain and in color sh O uh?
conform to the Ugh in ess or darkness
of Hie picture. Fancy, decora leb"
frames are unsuitable because tfre.t
cheapen tho picture.
Hanging. In order to study ano?
appreciate a picture it should h?
hung low enough to he seen easily.
The bottom of the picture shotlltf
not be above (he level of Hie oyo of
an average person standing. Wheic
several small phd ares are used r/ra
one wall the centers of all tho pic
tures should he on ti Straight: I?IMV.
Stej) ladder \style, so often trs-oif.
shows a poor arrangement. The pic
ture shows off to best advantage:
when hung flat ?iga i nsf the wall, Tho
picture wire should be ?is Inconspic
uous as possible. Use two wires thar
run straight to the moulding rallier
than ono wive that runs to a contraf
ThorO is no substituto for a RC/C\?
picture Wo Uko to bo surrounded*
by our friends, so let us make beau
tiful and inspiring pictures our
friends, and visit them frequently.
Ethel L. Counts.
County Homo Dem. A go ttl.

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