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PLENTY OF PORTO RICA Potato
Slips Ki nlay of each week at S. D. j
AODIS'S, Wosl Union, t?. C.. .1 0-1 OJ*
MONLY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. DRUCK, Dick
ons, S. C. 2G-tf
SEK PELL ?X SIMS, West Union, |
S. C., Ix fore yen have your Auto and
Repair Work done. They do the
wink, and prices aro right. 2 1*
FOR RENT-7-dtoom House, liam
and Carago. Electric lights. Maul-;
din St., Walhalla. Apply to .1. L.
MOSER, Walhalla. Kt. L 16-tf ;
FOR THE SUMMER 1 would Uko
to have your Surveying Work ;o do.
All work accurately doao. HARRY
EARLE, Walhalla, S. C. 10-10 |
FOR SA LE-l orio Rico and Nor
ton Yam Potato Plants, $1.25 per
1000; Vinos $2.00 per 1000. R. L. .
SOHENCK, Waldo, Fla. 10-21* j
FOR SALE-Early varioty Cotton
Seed that gets ahead of the boll wee
vil. Seo W. L. VERN ER, Walhalla,
S. C._5 -1f_
FOR SERVICE by any one need
ing lt-Good O. I. C. Stock Hog. J.
IL N. COLLINS. Walhalla, S. C., Rt.
FOR SA LE-One Two-Horse Car
riage, almost new, with good Har
ness and Bridles. T. M. KELLEY,
Walhalla, S. C., Route No.I. 15-18*
NOTICE.-The Keowec Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all the leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FOR SALK - One-acre Lot with
Three-room Cottage, known as the
Jim'Smith place. For particulars ap
ply HANK OF WEST UNION. West
Union, S. C. 16-19*
A MARBLE HEAD and Class Eyes
can tell he difference between an old
I roast an? fresh roasted Coffee. Ask
your dealer for BULLL'S FRESH
ROA ST KI) COFFEES. _ 1 6- 1 9 *
LOST-Wednesday, April 5th, one
Black and White Hound Pup, nine
months old. Finder please notify W.
Ii. SANDERS, "Walhalla, S. C., and
receivo reward. 15-1 S*
POLA N I) CI 11 NA IM )A R.-Thor
oughbred.-Service offered to public.
For fee, particulars, etc., seo or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. 2-3*
FOR SALE-House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and Ervin streets. H is
six rooms; lot contains ono aero. For
particulars seo W. C. HUGHS. 44-lf
IMPROVED PORTO RICO Potato
Plants-5,000, $7.r>0; 10,000, $14;
20.000, $2.">.00; 100,000, $100.00.
April, May and .lune shipment. Cash
with order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
S. E. HOLLIS, Baxloy, Ga._11-18*
OFFER ONE MILLION Porto Rico
Potato Plants, grown from treated
potatoes; immediate shipment. Dol
lar sixty per thousand, via express.
Guarantee safo arrival. Pays to buy
good Plants. G. J, DERRICK. Laan
enster, SC. 17-18*
.MATTRKSSKS.-A 50-pound All
Cotton Mattress, freight paid to your
station, for $6.50, or an All-Kelt ."?n
pound Mattress for $10.00. Satis
faction guaranteed. WM 11 TE SWAN"
MATTRESS CO., Box 306, Anderson.
S. C. 17-22
POTATO I'LA NTS-Pure Porto
Rico Yams; millions ready; chemi
cally treated; government inspected;
$1.10 per 1000; loon up, $1.25 per
thousand. Prompt shipment. E. K.
STOIC Ks PLA NT CO., Fitzgerald. Ga.
WANTED-Ono or two live, reli
able men in every town in the coun
ties of Oconee. Pickons and Ander
son, lo represent The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal tenus. Experienced men
preferred. Apply to W. ll. HUGHS,
Richland, S, C. 1 ;>,-tf
FOR SALE-Used Cars at Bar
gains.-Ono 1016 Roadster, $00.00;
ono 10 19 Roadster, $135.00; ono
1017 Touring, $100.00; ono 10 18
Touring, $110.00; one 1019 Tour
ing, $l.")0.00; ono 1020 Touring,
oelf-starter, $100.00; ono Sedan, self
.starter. $?100.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR CO^ Walhalla, S. C. 7-tf
DI'ROC PK J S-R e a dy~fo 771lei ivory
Tuesday. April 2.">th, at seven weeks
Price $12.00 each. Registered stock
(from Clemson Red Hud T. 2d,
48106?, by Proud Cherry King,
8555.,. First come, first sorved. Also
havo a few Cleveland Big Boll Im
proved Cotton Seed left, $:i.00 per
hundred. Also, n Frosh Milk Cow.
S, IL ORR, Walhalla, S. C. 17
r Herc Only Once.
illcd by a registered druggist.
ks from a Clean
FOR SALK-Good Milk Cow; now
frosh. Apply lo M HS. CLARA Du
BOSE, Walhalla, S. C., Rt. 1. 19*
TWO FIXE PIGS LEFT. - Will
take $22.00 for the pair; ? 12.00
ouch if sold separately. First check
or cash will take the Pigs. They're
lino. S. II. ORR, Walhalla, S. C. IS
WANTED-To buy alT l~can get
of Good, Fat Cattle, ready for Reef;
also, Fresh Milk Cows; also Poor
Cattle for feeding up. Full market
price on all grades. F. L. ALEXAN
DER, Seneca. S. C. I S-2 I *
WILL PAY ISc. iii. for Hens. lP2c.
lb. for Frys, 20c. doz. for Eggs for
this week. Will pay 3V?c. lo lc. ll),
for Good Reef Cattle, according to
weight and condition. We buy Tor
cash only. SMITH'S .MARKET. Wal
halla, S. C. ! S
r.o HEAD BEEF CATTLE wanted]
SoinoToady foi- slaughter, som: graz
ors, from 809 lo 500 lbs. gros-. Also,
sci- mo before you sell your r.lich
ens, and got moro, lt' you haven't
time to bring mc your Poultry, let
mo know and 1 will come tor them.
RICHARD OELKBRS, The Up-town
Dealer, Walhalla. S. C. 18
MEX AND WOMEN' WAXTEw to
handle city tr do and retail the orig
inal and genuine Watkins Products,
'Remedies, Extracts, SpieoQ, Toilet
Requisites, Household Specialties.
Automobile Accessories, etc. Over
lf?0 guaranteed products. Our values
aro unequalled and Watkins Quality
is in a class by itself. Write to-day
for free sample and full details of
our offer and what it means to you.
THE .1. R. WATKINS CO., Dept. 76,
New York. N. Y. 1S-2 2*
A Regular Communication of Hine
inoiV?.rLi'i Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A F.
M., will be held next Frl
%??&?m* day night, May 5th, 1922.
at S.:'." o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. 0. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldin Street, Walhalla, S. O.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Mother and Daughter in
Michigan, in separate families,
Two Good White Girls
for General Housework.
No washing. Two children
in one family, none in thc other.
A. good home in town; six dol
lars a week and expenses paid
Write, with references and
full particulars, to
J. C. WYLY,
* IiOCAL AND PERSONAL. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * .
-The W..M.S of tho Pleasant Hill
church will sell leo cream and cake
at tho church on Saturday afternoon,
May 13th, from 3 to ii o'clock. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
-(Born, unto .Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Norman, ou April 25th, a daughter.
Tho young lady made her advent in
to ibo world at Hartwell, (ia., the
former homo of the mother. The
child will be christened Josie Whit
-Old Reliable coffee, :>r.c. por
package; worth ?55. Only tem cases
ai that price. C. W. & J. E. Batik
night, Walhalla. S. C.-adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Norman re
turned to Walhalla last week from
Miami, Fla., where they had spent
several months at the Norman Flor
ida, home. They have had a most
enjoyable outing In tho Land of
--Tho ordination and installation
rervlco for the newly elected officers
will he held at tho Walhalla Presby
terian church next Sunday morning.
Rev. Dr. Adams will preach the ser
mon. lt is of thc greatest Import
ance that all officers ho prosont, and
especially tho newly olectod offlcors.
Tho public ls cordially invited. Dr.
Adams will preach at tho evening
sorvlco also at 8 o'clock. You will
miss a treat if you miss Dr. Adams'
-Army beef in 2-lb. cans, only
25 coats por can. Only 25 cases that
we can sell at this price. C. W. & J.
E. Bnuknight, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-.Miss Lucy Sallcy, of thc Wal
halla High School faculty, spent tho
past week-end with friends in I alon.
-illonry B. Watkins, Esq., and
Gen. M. L. Bonham, Esq., of Ander
son, were In Walhalla yesterday on
-Tho many friends of Rov. L. W.
Langston will regret to learn that
he has been confined to, his homo for
several days on account of sickness.
-BroudUS Thompson, a student
ar the Law College of the University
of South Carolina nt Columbia, spent
a short time in Walhalla last week
at the homo of his uncle ami aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. IS, L. llorndon.
-.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leaver
Neill, of Seneca, announce the birth
of their son, Robert Denver, Jr., on
the 17th of April, 1922. Tho parents
havo tho congratulations of a host
of friends throughout Oconeo.
-!R. D. Schroder, who taught tho
past session at Ebenezer, loft last
Friday to spend the vacation with
his homcfolks in tho lower part of
tho State, lie has a host of friends
in Oconeo whoso good wishes follow
- Frank Maxwell, who has been
spending the past month or moro in
Walhalla visiting his sistors, Mrs. J.
li, Hughes and Miss Soo Maxwell,
and among other relatives, left last
Sunday for Melville, Mont., his homo
for a number ot' years, iie will stop
over for a few days at Birmingham,
Ala., to bo with his brother, Tren
holm Maxwell, who ls now residing
in that city. Frank has numerous
friends here who were glad to meet
-Don't forget "Tho Sheik" at
the Star Theatre Thursday (to-mor
row) and Friday. If you have not
already done so, reserve your seats
at once. You cannot afford to miss
this stupendous production-one of
the most wonderful pictures on the
screen to-day. This picture has been
presested to capacity houses wher
ever shown and has evoked the wild
est enthusiasm from the audiences,
You may never have another oppor
tunity to see such a production, sc
don't miss it.
-Shipments ot machinery for thc
excavation and other kinds of work
incident to tho installation of a water
system for Walhalla are beginning tc
arrive, and the unloading of this
machinery was begun Monday. It is
understood that activo construction
operations will bo begun at an earl)
dale. Notwithstanding any delay oc
casioned by certain rights-of-way not
being readily acquired, it is thought
that the work will be completed lt
tho time specified in tho original
-We are enabled c ing May tc
offer our subscribers a bpecial short
time clubbing arrangement with th<
Atlanta Constitution hy which Th<
Courier can bo obtained at the reg
ular price of $1.00, with the Con
slitutlon (TrLWeekly) for twentj
wooka for 25 cunts additional. This
offer is good for either new or rc
newal subscriptions, or can be takei
advantage of by any of our subscrib
ers who may desire it. .lust remom
ber that wo cannot receive subscrip
tions on this basis after tho last da:
-Wo regret very much to lean
that Dr. Richard Norman, of Dueni
Vista, Fla., had tho misfortune t<
fall with heavy timber from the sec
ond story of a porch while measur
ing for screening frames. As a re
suit of thc accident ono of his leg
was brokon ahovo tho knee and lu
was considerably bruised. Tho nc
cident happened sonic timo ago, am
after two months' hospital troatmen
he is now able to bo back at hi
home, though still compelled to usi
crutches. His many friends in Oco
nco will bo glad to learn that he i
-Tho finest treat of tho, seasoi
came to us Monday last when Mis
'Maggie Bell presented us with a bo:
of tho largest, most evenly rlpOnei
and altogether tho finest strawboi
rles wo have seen this season. In fad
wo have rarely seen liner horries a
any time. They are large, sweet an
the meat of wonderfully smooth tex
turo. Miss Bell was not sure of th
na mo o? lier variety, hut If wo m If
take not they aro of the Farly Ucl
lin stock-one of the best largo ber
rles any one can cultivate. Miss Bel
is a "right-hand assistant" to he
father, F. J. Bell, In his truck an
garden operations, lu fact, wo bc
Hove wo would not miss it far If w
made tho assertion that Miss Del
conducts this feature of (bo Do!
farm operations. They expect to on
gage next your in the growing o
berries and other things for mnrkc
on a business basis. They also OJ
peet to handlo pl.tnts of sevoral vr
riet'.os of horries and vegetables fo
salo to the public.
T->WO aro requested to announce
that tho W.M.S. of Pleasant Hill
church will havo a "clean-up day"
at, tho church on Friday, May 5 th.
.Let everybody lntorested iii tho
church or tho cemetery como and
help us work. Dring your lunch bas
ket and let us stay all day.
-Tho ladies of tho Walhalla Pres
byterian church will hold their an
nual social on next Thursday, (to
morrow) afternoon, May Uh, at 1
o'clock, in the church parlors. Tho
Indies are requosted to bring a spool
of thread to put in tho work bag8,and
thimble and needle with which to
?-Miss Emmie Ansel entertained
about fifty of her frlonds at a lovely
rook party Saturday aftornoon, tho
22d of April. The rooms wore deco
rated with lovely spring Howers. Af
ter several interesting games, Mrs.
William Bell was presented a dainty
cut glass baskot for highest score,
the booby, a lovely apron, hoing
given to "Mrs. J. C. Perrin. A de
lightful sweet courso was served the
guests by tho hostess, assisted by
Mrs. Ansel, Misses Kathlcon Kant
and Elsie Kaufman. Tho out-of-lov/n
guests were: Missen Kathleen Kant,
Sarah Moss, Isabel Macaulay and
C.Irs. Thompson, of Anderson; .Misses
Tabitha ^trlbllng, Wilson and Hub
bard, Westminster; Miss Mary Hines,
Seneca; Mrs. .1. C. Perrin, Oranger
burg; Mrs. Mack Neville, of West
-The study for tho new year of
the Paul I layne Circle was Inaugu
rated with eclat at tho home of .Mrs.
W. ll. Hamilton on April :J!?:h. The
charming hostess, who was assisted
by her sister, Mrs. Bright Lowry, of
Seneca, had arranged her own pro
gram and everything to the minutest
detail spoke of our beloved South
Carolina. Howies and vases of roses
wero everywhere In evidence, and
prominent among the decorations
was our State flag. Miss Sallio Strib
ling read a history of the flag; Mes
dames Pitchford and Harry Hughs
gave piano solos, and Mesdames Ver
nor, Pitchford, Bell and Ansel sauf
two songs-Tim rod's "Carolina" ant'
Walmsley's "Carolina." Upon enter
ing, each guest had been presentee
with a miniature map of a countj
of South Carolina, which proved tc
he place cards. A clever game, an
swerlng questions with the names o:
the counties, was much on joyed bj
all. A delicious salad courso wit!
hot. toa was then served by tho hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. Lowry and Mrs
Dendy. A dear little poem, "Caro
lina, My Home." recited by Mrs.Ham
Hin, led to tho distribution of th<
favors, tiny palmetto trees, ead
bearing tho mottos of South Caro
linn, which appeared a veritable for
est hung with Spanish moss. Maj
our enthusiasm and interest remaii
as keen throughout tho year as wt
refresh our memories or glean nov
facts about our State. Mrs. C. W
iBauknight will entertain tho Circh
on May 5th at 5 o'clock.
-John E. Lewis of Cornelia, Ga.
was an appreciated caller at Th?
Courier office Monday. Ho was h
Oconeo for a few days visiting arnon]
friends, of whom he has an unlhnitot
number wherever ho ls known. lb
is one of the "old-timers" and lin
a fund of information concerning tin
grand past of our State and section
.He was born in 1844, and is thero
fere wending his way well on to Un
oightieth mile post. Ho was a warn
personal friend of tho late Col. R. A
Thompson, and he related an annis
ing incident in regard to tho sinai
things of life that mark the tu mini
peint in careers. Col. Thompson, h'
said, was as a youth a farmer boy
and as with many others of tba
day, his was the pleasure of lrailin?
behind cattle hitched to plows. Oi
tho morning that marked tho turn
lng point in yoting Thompson's co,
roer, Mr. Lo wis relatos, he was plow
lng a field, driving a young bull t<
the plow. The animal became unrul;
and it was not long beforo Thouin
son was sprawled out on tho edge o
a piece of woodland, and his "trust
(?) steed" was nowhere to be soon
nor was tho plow. He did not seel
them. Going to the house ho an
nouncod to his mother that ho wa
not cut out for a plow hand, an
that he Intended going to PondlolO
and "get a job." Ho went, the ncx
day and entered the offico of the ol
Pendleton Messenger, where ho bc
gan and later completed a full af,
prcnticeshlp as a printer. Ho wa
connected with tho newspaper bus
nena almo ,t continuously from thu
day to tho close of his long an
oventful life. Thero aro hundreds I
Oconeo who will rocall ills long coi
nection with The Courier. Mr. Low
promises that ho will in tho not dil
taut futuro givo us an artlclo on tli
old days of this section, and wo hoi
that ho will do so. Thoro aro fe
things moro Interesting than tho r
counting of recollections and cxpor
onces by tho "old-timers." Wo wei
indeed glad to moot Mr. Lowls agal
and chat with him, though our tin
Thc time of year is herc for thc Sportsman.
We can furnish you with all your paraphernalia?
Base Ball and Fishing Goods, at both our stores?
Screen Doors and Windows to fit all your house.
A GAH OF CROCKERY WARE-CHURNS, BU ITEM JARS AND
JUGS-AND IT liOOKS LIKE ENOUGH FLOWER POTS TO SUP
PLY OCONEE, ANDERSON AND DICKENS COUNTIES. BUT
WE ARE GOING TO SELL THEM ALL IN OCONEE COUNTY.
LADIES, COME AND SECURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS WHILE
THEY AHE HEBE. '
WINDOWS, DOOBS, LIME, CEMENT, NAILS, CEDAR SHIN
GLES, GALVANIZED SHINGLES, UDDER HOOFING AND GAL
GLES, GALVANIZED SHINGLES, RUDDER ROOFING AND
GALVANIZED ROOFING IN ALL LENGTHS FROM 0 TO 12 Ft.
VVVVV and CORRUGATED.
Whitmire=Marett Hdw. Co.
(Phono No. 30.) (Phono No. ll.)
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WFM-MWfOH uuuimuAuuuujwuiyi, KUI .suninvr.? MUM /wr .vc* r.Konuj3!Ra3aRv.i
Used Autos and Threshing Machines.
We have one Olds 6-Cylinder Automobile, re
modeled throughout and new paint. This Car is
in excellent condition.
Also one Dort Five-Passenger Used Car, 1920
We offer these Cars at real bargains and on
reasonable terms. If you are in the market for a
Used Car, see us at once.
We also have one No. 3 Geyser Treshing Ma
chine, with all attachments, used for two seasons,
that we can give you a bargain in.
Ballenger Hardware Co.?
(In the Old Coleman Stand.)
Seneca, S. C.
Farming Under Boll Weevil
TEN STEPS TO TAKE
PLANT FEWER ACRES
PREPARE LAND WELL
FERTILIZE Ll BERA LL Y
LEARN TO POISON t
USE EARLY VARIETIES
KILL EARLY WEEVILS
GATHER DAMAGED SQUARES
DESTROY STALKS EARLY!
FIG IE T
A FARMER CANNOT GROW COTTON UNDER BOLL WEEVIL
CONDITIONS UNLESS HE IS WILLL1NG TO FIGHT.
THE THINGS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO DO TO SUCCESSFUL
LY CONTROL THE BOLL WEEVIL MUST BE DONE AT THE TIME
THEY SHOULD HE DONE.
COTTON GROWING BY THE EASY-GO-LUCKY METHOD IS A
THING OF THE PAST. THOSE WHO ARE FIGHTERS AND WILL
STAY BY THE JOB WILL BE THE SUCCESSFUL COTTON GROWERS
OF THE FUTURE.
ARE YOU A FIGHTER OR ARE YOU A QUITTER?
Bank of Walhalla, Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C. Walhalla, S. C.
The Bank of West Union,
West Union, S. C.
was much moro limitad than wo
Wished that tt should ho.
-Mr. and Mrs. T. U. Mitchell and
little daughter, of Fair Piny, spent
the past week-end with H. P. Watson
and family, of Walhalla.
-There will ho a meeting of tho
Baptist Aid Society at Mrs. W. H.
'Craig's on Thursday (to-morrow)
afternoon at -1 o'clock. AH members
are urged to attend promptly.
-J. lt. Orr, of Westminster, ls the
ilrst candidate to be announced for
ofllco In Oconeo in 1922. Ills friends
announce him ns a candidate for tho
House of Representativos from our
county. Mr. Orr hlmsolf was circu
lating among tho people hero Mon
day and attended tho meeting of tho
Oconeo Democratic County Conven
-Wo aro requested to announco
that, If tho won thor is warm and
pleasant on Thursday of this week,
tho ludios of tho Civic League will
soil leo cream during tho presenta
tion of "The Shoik" at Tho Star The
atre Walhalla. This will be for tho
benefit of tho new curtain for tho
snngo of tho High School Auditor
ium, HO bring your pocket books with
you and holp tho ladlos In this good
Subscribe for The Courlor. (Boat.)
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indebted to tho Es
tate of Mrs. Josie Owen, Deceased,
are hereby notified to make pay
ment to tho undersigned, und all
persons having claims against said
estato will prosont tho sance, duly at
tested, within tho time proscribed by
law, or bo barred.
B. C. and T. W. BROOK,
Administrators of the lOstnto of Mrs.
Josio Owen, Deceased,
April 12, 1922. 15-18
NOTICE 'IM) DIODTORS AND
All porsons Indobtod to tho Estate
of LEWIS MATHIS, Deceased, are
heroby notlflod to make pay mont
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will prosont tho same, duly attostod,
within tho time prescribed by law.
or bo barred. W. O. WHITE,
Administrator of tho Estato of Lewis
April 19,1 022. 16-19
Tho first chimney was built In
Venice in 1347. ,
Tho nnthom, "America," was first
sung at the Park church, Boston, in