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MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. fi. BRUCE, Dick
ens, S. C. 26-tf
ilERKSIIlRE i'KJS for Sale.-Six
Weeks old. Woady nutt. l'A XT K <l
'ROACH, Westminster, S. C., Wonto
No. 1. 20-21*
HEMS ITTCII INC and Pceotlng.
All work carefully and promptly
don.-. MWS. -i- 1*3. HOPKINS. Sen
eca ^ S. C. .J-i-'J--1'
,110USEV cows.-Two line young
Cows for salo; both fresh. Kxtra
good butter tows, SAM .!. ISWKLL,
Walhalla, S. C., Kout.' I. 10-20*
SEE PELL & SIMS, Wost I nion. !
S. C., bototo you have your Auto and !
Repair Work done. They do the
work, and prices are right. 2,J *
FOR RENT-7-Woom House, Warn
and Garage. Electric lights. .Maul
din St., Walhalla. Apply to J. L. I
MOSEW, Walhalla, Rt. 1._lG-tf
10,000 CORTO RICO POTATO
PLANTS on my beds each week for
sale. Thirty bushels Pens for salo.,
S. A. TOW, Walhalla, S.O., Ut.2. 22*
FOR THE SUMMER I would Uko
to have your Surveying Work to do.
All work accurately dene. HARRY
EARLE, Walhalla, S. C. 16-23
FOR SALE-Porto Rico and Nor
ton Yam Potato Plants, $1.25 per
JOOO; Vines $2.00 por 10m). W. L.
SCH ENCK, Waldo, Fla. 10-2 1*
FOR SA LR-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead of Hie boll wee
vil. Seo W. L. VE RN EU, Walhalla,
NOTICE.-Tho Keowee Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all the loading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FOR .SALE - Spanish Peanuts,
hand assorted, 8c. per pound; Fresh
Buttermilk, delivered three times a
week, 20c. per gallon. MUS. MAR
CUS KING, Ut. 1, Walhalla, S. C. *
FINE DUROO JERSEY PICS and
Ciado Jersey Cows for sale. All Pigs
entitled to registry. See or write to
U. A. GRAIG, Salem. S. C. (Farm is
near High Falls. ) 20-23*
FOR SA LE - Throe good Milk
Cows, oach with young calf. Five
head lo select from, lix tra good;
pilcos right.. L. A. LAY, Walhalla. S.
C., Konto 2, 1 0-20 *
POLAND CHINA BOAR.-Thor
oughbred.--Service otTorod to public.
For foo, particulars, otc, soo or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C.
Routo 3. 2-:;*
FOR SALE-House and Lot m
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and Ervin streets. IHs
six rooms; lot contains ono aero. For
particulars soo W. C. HUGHS. 4 I-tl
SCMMER RESORT. - High Falls
Camp, S. C.-Will open .May 20th.
Prices, $1.50 a day, ^S.uO per week,
or will rout cabins for light house
keeping. Apply to W. 0, KEARNS,
Wost Union, 3. C.. Rt. I. 20*
WANTED-To buy all I can get
Of Coed. Fat Cattle, ready for Roof;
also, Frosh Milk Cows; also Poor
Cattle for feeding up. Full market
price all grades, i". L, ALEXAN
DER, se.a, s. C. i S-'i ! *
MATTRESSES.-A r?0-pound All
Cotton M a I? re freight 111 i 11 t o y ou r
station, for $0.;"i(?, or an All-Folt f>0
pound Mattress for fHUOO, Satis
faction R it ran ..< i. WHITE SW AN
MATTRESS CO., Fox M'}, Anderson,
S. C. 17-22
WANTED--Ono <.r two ?ive, reli
able men in every town ia tho coun
ties o? Oeonee, Pirkons and Ander
son, to represent The North Ain.Ti
en Accident and Health insurance
Co. Liberal terms. F.x| r?rienced mon
protei n .i. \pp!v AI W. ll. IllCIiS,
Richland, S. C. i :; if
FOR SALE- Used Cars at Rnr
gains.-ono 101G Roadster, $90.00;
ono I it!'j W<?.idster, S t.; . 0 0 ; one
1917 Ton rie,,'. $100.00; one I Ol S
Touring. $110.00; one i 0 1 ?? Tour
ing. $150.00; ono 10 20 Touring,
self-starter, $100.00; 0ne Sedan, self
'starter, $:i0 0.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR CO., Walhalla, s. C. 7-tf
MEX AND WOMEN WANTED To
handle eily trade and retail the orig
inal and genuine Watkins Products,
Remedies, Extracts. Spices, Toilet
Requisites, Household Specialties,
Automobile Accessories, etc. Over
lf>0 guaranteed products. Our vah?os
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 lt moans to yon
THE J. W. WATKINS CO., Dept. 7 0.
New York, N. Y. 18-2 2*
gf Store before go
where for some
lay think wc Jo not have in
/ill hand it to /ou, but if not
with the least possible delay.
xis store first, it is
?ier for me."
S i? HA II MAOYji
TEA Y HUTCHISON.
COLEUS-Mixed Colors-2.~> els.
per dozen; tl hint Comet Asters mid
Uer ri winkle Plants, 15c. per dozen.
Purchaser to pay postage. MKS. B.
D. BR KASS DADE, Westminster. S.
C. 20-2 J__
WANTED-A good man to repre
sent us in Walhalla and adjoining
counties in handling Monuments and
Memorial Work. We have a good pro
position for a good man. Address
OW KN BROS. MARBLE AND URAN
ITE CO.. Creenwood, S. C. 20-23
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CH Tildi,
Mnilldlu Street. Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OE EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance.... 9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J, Mack in,
P. O. Box S2. Anderson, S. C.
A Mother and Daughter iii
Michigan, in separate families,
Two Good White Giris
for General Housework.
No washing. Two children
in one family, none in the other.
A good home in town; six dol
lars a week and expenses paid
Write, with references and
full particulars, to
J. C. "WYLY.,
?J. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?g.
-(Ladies' and girls' sport slippers.
C. W\ & J. E. Bnukhight.-adv.
- Mrs. McCurry Neville left last
week for Savannah. Qa., to visit her
parents. Mr. and .Mrs. L. R. VanDi
-Miss .lanie Neville is in Atlanta
this week visiting among relatives
and friends, she having gone over
tho early part of last week.
-One good second-hand Ford
truck and te/iring car, 1920 model;
one Hanson touring car. Prices aro
right on tiiese cars. Creen Motor
Co., Wallialla, S. C.-adv.
-Miss Carolyn Rogers, of Queen's
College. Charlotte, N. C.. Is expected
home this evening to spend tho va
cation period with her mother, Mrs.
R. 1,. Rogers, and among other rela
tives a nd friends.
- See "Kentucky Belle" Friday
night ol' this wet'c. at 8.1.*) o'clock,
at tlu; Walhalla High School Audi
torium. Admission. I <? and 25 Cts.
The play will he produced by tlu?
( l?vent lt grade pupils.
- .We are.in receipt ol' an invita
lion to tlu- commencement exercises
ol' tho College of Charleston, which
took place yesterday ?'Vening, the
16th, at Hibernian Hall. The session
just closed was the I.'57lb for this
-We are requested to announce
that there will be a reunion nt W. J.
Husknmp's on Saturday, May 20th,
Ito celebrate the 87th birthday of Mrs
H. J. Morgan. All friends and rela
tives of Mrs. Morgan and the Hus
I karup family are cordially invited.
- Wnnlod-500 bushels of shelled
corn. West Union Oil Mill.-ad-19-20
-There are not a few in this sec
tion who w ill he interested in baring
fl Olli Kev. and Mrs. Rhett R. Doyle,
wiso tire living now at Norway, ibis
Slate. I ii a ree< nt lei ter from M r.
i ' ; i, le stales that bo bas pur
chased property lhere and will build
this summer, li is tho intention of
Rev. and 'Irs. Doyly to make their
li?me permanently at Norway.
'i'll" "anti-speed regulations" of
Wesl Union have Leon grently modi
Ih il by some good work in th" rece??
past. One can now go Into and come
"tit ot' West I nion in high gear and
a certainty of not getting stuck or
having bis car rest on rod mud while
I. ? spins his wheels in thin mortar.
Thc authorities of West I nion are to
be congratulated on tho improvement
See our children's play suits at
?\ 1 .an and $ 1.50. (> W. ft .1. K. Bauk
night, Walhalla. S. C. adv.
-On Tuesday afternoon of last
week Mis. (has. Humphries and
Miss Julia Maxwell entertained at
the homo of the former willi a beau
tiful party. In thc living room, made
most inviting with bowls of lovely
roses, four tables wore placod for
rook. Two merry hours woro spent
and many exciting games wore en
Joyed. 'Mrs. .las. Darby held highest
score at the close of tho games und
v.on a lovely hand-made handker
chief, whilo" tho booby, a dock of
rook cards, fell to Mrs. Hughs. Thc
pleasant nftornoon closed with a very
tempting and, attractive salad course
served tho gVosts by tho hostesses.
I -.Pons-all varieties, per bushel,
; $2.50. C. W. & J. E. Bauknight.-ad
-Only io und 25 couts. Don't
miss sooing '.'Kentucky Bollo" Friday
night of thia week, S.15 o'clock, lt
will bo well worth seeing.
-Tho Baptist Aid Society will
meet with Mrs. E, ?E. Heese on next .
Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock,
linell ineinbbr is asked to bring nee
dle and thread.
-.Mrs. Pearl Neal and son Wil
liam; .Mrs. Mamie Abercrombie, Miss
Mae White and Clifton White, of '
Piedmont, attended thy. burial of
?heir aiinl, Mrs Hilka.beth Carver, at
.Bethel Presbyterian cemetery last
->We are requested to announce
that the Wagoner Township lunging
Convention will meet on Sunday af
ternoon next at 2 o'clock in the Y.M.
CA. in tho Victo'r-Monaghan Mill
village. Mr. Holding and Mr. Hig
gins will be present and will delivc ?
nddrosses. Everybody is cordially
invited to attend.
-A. P. Crisp, of Newberry, is
among relatives and friends in Wal
halla for a few days, he having como
up on tho sad mission of attending
the funeral of his niece, Miss Katie
-Robins, of the Double Springs sec
tion of Oconeo, who died early last
Sunday morning at the home of her
sister at Clayton, Ga.
?-Wo have rented tho Issaquena
Filling Station, Malu St., Walhalla,
and will he ?lad to welcome all our
friends in both town and county, as
patrons. First-class service at all
times. Froo water and air lo all.
Your patronage will bo groa Hy ap
preciated. C. J. & L. H. Riehl"', Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-19-22.
-We are requested to announce
that there will he a singing ,;t Zion
school house un Friday evening, May
19th, at s o'clock. Tile patrons ol'
the school are especially urged to at
tend, as there v iii be buslri?ss of im
portance lo be transacted al that
tine. Til?' public is also mo-' cor
dially invited to attend and take part
in tho singing.
-- 'Kentucky Belle," a coi . !y in
three nets, will he presented by tho
eleventh grade pupils of the Wal
halla High School, ut the auditorium
Friday night of this week at S.15
o'clock. The play is a lino one and
will prove interesting and entertain
ing to all, youi>g and old. Admission
IO and 25 cents. Don't fail to seo
this splendid play.
-We are glad to note that J. K.
Anderson, of Westminster, is now
very much improved, after having
been coiidned to his room for several
weeks with a severe illness. Mr. An
derson was first taken ill with Hu,
later develop og complications which
required that an operation be per
formed. Mr. Anderson is now so far
recovered as to be able to see his
friends, though still unablo to be up
at all. We hope that he may he soon
completely restored to his usual
-Cane Seed.-Early Orange and
Japanese ribbon. $1.26 per bushel.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight.-adv.
-Miss Annie Louise.Strutton very
delightfully entertained at her homo
or? Main street on Saturday, May 6,
from I to b' o'clock. Miss Strutton
is tho popular and successful teacher
of the sixth grade of the Walhalla
High School, and her guests were tho
pupils of that grade. This delight
ful party had been eagerly looked
forward to for several days, and tho
young guests realized their anticipa
tions to the fullest extent. After
many games had been played, the
young folks were invited into the
dining room, where delicious leo
cream and cake were served. The
labios were tastefully decorated with
beautiful roses. The hour for depar
ture came all too soon and the guests
hado their teacher-hostess good-bye,
feeling that they had had the best
-'Walhalla showed her apprecia
tion of Miss Sallie Slribllng, instruc
tor of tho Normal Training Class,
and also of her pupils, hy the largo
audience that greeted them on last
Friday night at the presentation of
the interesting and instructive little
health drama entitled "Sure-Cure."
This was composed and rendered by
.Miss Stribling and her class, the pre
sentation of the play hoing under
the auspices of the Civic League.
"Choo-Choo" and "Loo-Loo" created
much merriment, as well as giving
instruction to the little ones in such
an impressive manner, in their be
tween-scene acts. Tho costumes of
"The Car;ot," "Apple," "Bottle of
Milk" and "Head of Lettuce" were
carried out in quite a realistic way.
The neat lUtlo sum of ?S2.10 was
rcali/.ed, and the main portion of
this will be donated '.eward the new
curtain for Ibo stage of the High
School Auditorium. .
-Memorial Day exercisos were
c..iried oui last Wednesday, the loth,
hy the school children of Walhalla.
Ibo exorcises hoing under the aus
pices of thc J. J. Norton t haptor, H.
I). C. assisted by a ntnnhor of older
pei sons. The graves of about 75
Con fedora t o soldier.- in thc three
cemeteries of the town were deco
rated with beautiful Howers, ns wore
also tho gr:.ves of ono World War
soldier and t\s<> of Union soldiers who
were buried here. Three Confederate
vt terans- Capt. S. !'.. Dendy, of Sen
eca ; Capl. W. T. McGill lind Private
Newton Crenshaw, of Walhalla, took
active pai\j in tho decoration of tho
graves ol' the old soldiers. Among
the graves decorated was that o.J
I dent. J. T. Furninn, of Co. Cl, 83d
U. S. Colored Infantry. Lieut. Fur
man was an officer of tho Federal
garrison at Walhalla in 1805, and
was assassinated on Maia street at
night in front of what is now Hie
post?nico, lt was largely through the
efforts of Capt. Bondy, who was in
Walhalla at the time of (he assas
sination, that th(? captain of tho gar
rison was dissuaded from issuing his
Older authorizing the hurtling of tho
town in retaliation for tho killing of
the young officer, in appreciation of
the forbearance of tho captain of tito
garrison, Capt. Dendy has mado a
special point for many years of see
I lng that the grave of Lieut. Furman
is never forgot ton
-?Mrs. C. D. Hanna, of Kooree,
was a recent guest for rt few days of
Mrs. L. C. Speeres, Mrs. Hanna was
accompanied by ber small son, Mas-1
ter Charles; j
-Mr. and Mrs. C. Fred Brown and
young son, of Washington, D. C., are
visiting at tho homo of the former's
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown,
of Walhalla, and among othor rela
tives in this section. They expect to :
romain io,Coonee for some weeks. ?
-Superintendent of Education L. j
C. Spcares loft yesterday afternoon j
for Columbia, where ho is engaged
in making lils settlement witli tho..
State Superintendent of Education, |
Mr. Speares will be absent from his
olllco until Friday morning, in all i
-Tho Oconeo teachers' examina
tions wore hold last week, there be
lng 07 prosont to stand the examina
tion-7;") white and 22 colored. Tho
educational authorities of the county
hope (hat tito results of the examina
tions this year will prove to he hot
ter than in tho past. For the past
several years tho gradings have run
-Tlie following announcement ap
peared in tho Columbia Stato f last
Sunday under a Ridge Spring date:
"Mr. and Mrs. ?Louis William Meakin
announce tho engagement of their
daughter,'Fan Esther, to Carry'Har
len Hall, of Atlanta. Tho date of tho
wedding is not yet announced. Miss
Meakin is tho granddaughter of the
1?.te Joshua Meakin.of Maryland, and
Richard Coleman Strother, of South
Carolina. Mr. Hall ls originally from
Abbeville, S. C." The above will he
of interest to many in Walhalla and
vicinity, Miss Meakin having spent a
number ol' summers here since early
childhood. Her mother, who was
Miss Sophie Strother, is a native of
our adjoining town ol" West Union,
and li,is ;i host of friends here who
will he Interested in Hie announce
ment of t!i>- engagement of her
daughter. In advance ol' the happy
event The Courier extends all good
wishes io Hie young people.
-There are many who will learn
with keen regret of the taking away
ot Mrs. Klizabt ih Carver,whose death
occurred at her home near Walhalla
on last Wednesday, May I nih. Mrs.
Carver had suffered a stroke of paral
ysis about three years ago, from
which she had never fully recovered.
lier death was very sudden, she hav
ing fallen dead while in the act of
taking a dose of medicine. The fune
ral services were conducted hy her
pastor, diev. 1). A. Jeffcoat, the in
terment taking place at Bethel cem
etery on Thursday afternoon in Ibo
presence of many sorrowing rela
tive? and friends. The deceased was
a consistent member of the Zion
Methodist church, of which she be
came a member a number of years
ago. She was 07 years of age. She
leaves to mourn her deatli one daugh
ter, Mrs. D. L. Kelley, and two bro
thers, W. A. Williams and iL. IL
White, of near Walhalla. The Cou
rier joins with others in extending
sympathy to tho bereaved ones In
their hour of sorrow.
-Tho following interesting item,
sent from Greenwood, appeared in
tho Stale of Monday last: ".Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Luther Aull on May li)
will celebrate the 66th anniversary
of their marriage, all their children
and grandchildren gathering at the
old homestead in Greenwood county,
near Dyson, for tho occasion. Julia
Ann Haltiwanger and Jacob Luther
Aull wero married May 22, 1850,
and on May 22, 1022. will, there
fore, have 'grown old' along with
each other for 66 years. Invitations
have been sent out to all the chil
dren, grandchildren and nephews and
nieces of Mr. and Mrs. Aull, as well
as to a few neighbors and friends of
tho family." This agod couple aro
the parents of Rev. W. H. Aull, pas
tor of the Walhalla Lutheran church,
who with his family will 'eave here
Thursday of this week and will be
members of this happy gathering.
The Courier extends to Mr. and Mrs.
Aull the best of good wishes and the
hope that yet. a numl^r of years may
yet he theirs to bless,and be blessed,
as have tho many years of the past.
Mr. and .Mrs. Aull have raised a
large family, and it ls a remarkable
fact that there has not been a death
in the immediate family for moro
than fifty years.
-The news of the death of Miss
Katio Robins, of the Double Springs
section of our county, will be learned
with regret hy many friends hero and
elsewhere In this section. Miss Rob
ins, who had been in failing health
for several years, was oh a visit of
several months to her sister, Mrs.
Jos. Uamby, of Clayton, Ga., where
she died after a brief attack ol' ill
ness on sunday morning last. Miss
'Robins was in her Illili your, and
was a native of Walhalla, having
heil! IM.IU here Sept, ?IO, ls>>s. her
patents :it thal lime being residents
cf Walhalla, she was a daughter of
.Mr. and Mts. I,. X. Robins, lier fa
ther died about. I wo years ago. She
is .survived hy her mother and two
brothers and sisters W. J. Robins
and Mrs. R. H. Henry, of Nandou,
Orogon; R, ll. Robins, of Whetstone
Ibis county, and Mrs. Jos. Uamby,
of Clayton, (?a. The body was taken
from Clayton to Double Springs cem
etery, where, alter appropriate ser
vices, it was laid to rest in the fam
ily plot on Monday morning. Tho
services were conducted hy Hie pas
tor of the deceased. Rev. I). A. Jeff
coat, of West Union. A number of
relatives from Walhalla attended the
inlermoul. Miss Robins was a splen
did young woman and received her
education at tho Cave Springs
Institute for the Deaf al. Cavo
Springs, Ga., and a similar institu
tion located at Cedar Springs, S. C.,
al both of which she was a student
for several years. She was a consis
tent member of tho Doublo Springs
Methodist church, with which she
became identified In early girlhood.
She wits well known in Walhalla,
having visited her cousin, Mrs. G. E,
Rhodes, here, on numerous occasions.
Tho sympathy of many goes out to
tho boreaved ones In their sorrow.
(Othor Locals on First Pago.)
1888 -=====-? J 922
We have just received a lot of Graduation Organdies,
of excellent quality, of the following colors:
JAD GREEN, LIGHT BLUE,
HARDING BLUE, LIGHT PINK,
MIAMI ORANGE, ROSE PINK,
LIGHT YELLOW, BLACK,
PRICES 50c. and 75c. THE YARD.
Wc will bc glad to show them to you.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
Hot Weather Is
re At Last.
Hot weather is herc, so arc thc Flies and Mosquitos
and other seasonable creatures.
Our stocks of Screen Wire Cloth and Screen Doors
Wc have just received a shipment of Plumbing Sup
plies: Bath Tubs, Lavatorys, Water Closets and
We are expecting a carload of Sewer Pipe and Fit
tings within thc next few days. We will be in posi
tion to supply you with anything in the Plumbing Line.
Come and see our supplies. We will guarantee
our prices to be in line with any, when you consider
the high grade goods.
Whitmire=Marett Hdw. Co.
(Phono Xo. 30.) (IMiono No. ll.)
Farming Under Boll Weevil
TEN STEPS TO TAKE
PLANT FEWER ACRES USE EARLY VARIETIES
PREPARE LAND WELL PLA NT EARLY
FERTILIZE LIBERALLY KILL EARLY WEEVILS
CULTIVATE FREQUENTLY GATHER DAMAGED SQUARES
LEARN TO POISON! DESTROY STALKS EARLY!
F T Or l-l T
A FARMER CANNOT CROW COTTON UNDER ROLL WEEVIL
CONDITIONS UNLESS HE IS W1LLL1XG TO FICHT.
Till-: THINGS THAT ARI-] NECESSARY TO DO TO SUCCESSFUL
LY CONTROL THE BOLL WEEVIL MI ST RIO DONE AT THE TIME
TREV SHOULD RIO DONE.
COTTON GROWING RV TH IO KASY-GO-LUCKY METHOD IS A
THING OF THE PAST. THOSE WHO ARIO FIGHTERS AND WILL
STAY RV THE JOB WILL RIO TRIO SUCCESSFUL COTTON GROWERS
OF THE FUTURE.
ARIO YOU A FIGHTER OR ARIO YOU A QUITTER?
Bank of Walhalla, Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C. Walhalla, S. C.
The Bank of West Union,
West Union, S. C.
A piano with tone and touch full of artistic charm,
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A piano of utmost structural integrity, resulting in
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The piano chosen by over 500 leading American
Educational Institutions and 65,000 homes.
It has been and is being built in but one grade-the
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And we believe it offers more intrinsic value, with less
superfluous expense than any piano you will find,
**** FOR SALE BY ?J*
Roy M. Abbott,
(17-20) Seneca, S. C.