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MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. _26-tf
HEMSTITCHING ?md Perot ing.
All work carefully and promptly
done MRS. .1. H. HOPKINS. Sen
eca, s. c. 20-25 *
SEE PELL & SIMS, West >'niou,
S. C., before you have your Auto and
Repair Work dono. Tin y do tho
Work, and pries are right. 21 *
FOR RENT-7-Hoom Houso, Barn
and Oarago. Electric lights. Maul
din St., Walhalla. Apply tn .). L.
MOSER, Walhalla, Rt. 1. 16-tt
10,000 PORTO UKO POTATO
PLANTS on my bods osich week for
sale. Thirty bushels Peas lor salt?.
S. A. TOW, Walhalla, s.C. Rt.2. 22?
VOli THE SUMMER 1 would like
to have your Surveying Work to do.
All work accurately dono. HARRY
EARLE, Walhalla, S. C. 10-2 3
FOR SALE-Porto Rico and Nor
ton Yam Potato Plants, $1.23 por
1000; Vines $2.00 per 1000. R. L.
SC HENCE, Waldo, Ela. 10-21*
VOR SALE-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead et' the boll wee
vil. Seo W. L. VERN ER, Walhalla,
S. C. 5-tf
NOTICE.-The Keowco Courier is
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to all tho loading periodicals. We
will appreciate your business.
POLAND CHINA BOAR.-Thor
oughbred.-Service offered to public.
For fee, particulars, etc., see or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3/_ 2-3*
FOR, SALE - Houso and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and ErvIn streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains ono acre. For
particulars seo W. C. _HUGIIS. 4_i-tf
COLEUS-Mixed Colors-2f? cts.
per dozen; (Hunt Comet Asters and
(Perriwinkle Plants, 1 ?e. per dozen.
Purchaser tu pay postage. MKS. B.
D. BU FAZIO A LIO, Westminster, S.
C. 211-2 1
WANTED-To buy all I can get
of Good, Fat Callie, ready for Beef;
also, fresh Milk Cows; also Poor
Catii?- for feeding up. Kuli market
price on all grades. F. L. ALEXAN
DER, Seneca, s. c. 18-21 *
WANTED-A ;<'0ii man to repre-l
sent us iii Walhalla mu] adjoining \
counties in handling .Monuments and ?
Memorial Work. Wo havo a good pro-;
position for a good man. Address
OWEN* BROS. MA UBI,E .vNl) CUAN-'
IT li CO., Greenwood, S. C. 20-23
MATTRESSES.-A .'.0-pound A11 -
Conon Mn tl ress, freight paid to your
station, for $0.50, oran All-Pelt 50
pound Mai n ess for $10.00. Satis
faction guaranteed. WHITE SWAN
MATTRESS CO., Box 306, Andorson,
WANTED-Ono or two live, roll
nble men in every town In the conn
tios of Oconee, Bickens and Auder- j
son, to represent The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal terms. Experienced mon ?
preferred. Apply to W. H. llPGlis,
Richland, S. C. 13-tf I
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED to
bandi.' eily tr.uh. and retail thc orig- :
ion I and genuine Watkins Produc?s,!
Remedies, Extracts, Spins. Toilel !
Requisites, Household Specialties,'
Automobile Accessories, otc. Ovor '<
100 guaranteed products, our raines
aro unequalled and Wail ins Quality I
If class by itself. IV ril? to-day
for freo sample and full d?tails of
our offer and what il means to you,
TllIO .i. lt. WA TKINS CO.. Dept. 70,
New York, N. Y. I S-22 *
For a Pound of (
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store Derore go
where for some
av think wc do not have in
rill hand it to you, but if not
with thc least possible delay.
tis store first, it is
lier for me."
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TEA Y HUTCHISON.
BERKSHIRE l'KJS for Salo.-Six
weeks old. Heady now. BAXTER
ROACH, Westminster, S. C., Route
No. i. 20-21*
1"OCR (t) MILK COWS (frosh)
for Salo.-Will make terms to suit
pundi a se rs. Will exchange for grown
Dry Cattle W. D. MOSS, Walhalla,
S. C. 21-tf
FINK DUROO JERSEY PIGS and
Grade Jersey Cows for sale. All Rigs
entitled to registry. See or write to
II. A. ORAIO, Saturn, S. C. (Farm is
near High Falls.) 20-23*
WANTED - All tho "lieus and
Vouug Chickens 1 can possibly get in
tlie next ten days, for Cati . See mo
before you sell. R. I). OEI.b HRS,
The Up-Town Dealer, Walhalla. S.
WA NTED-Chickens.-A f ter be
ing absent from business for .(.nie
lillie time I am b ick in business Mid
want, all tho Chickens I can get. See
na down-town, li' you caift bring
chickens to lown, write or wire me.
Wi!! send my transport after them.
BROWNLOW O ELKE RS, 109 ?lain
St., Walhalla, s. c. 2 i *
FOR SALE - Used Cars nt Bar
gains.-One 191? Roadster, $00.MI);
one 1919 Roadster, $135.00; ono
1017 Touring, $100.00; ono 1918
Touring, $110.00; ono 1 ;) | 9 Tour
ing, $150.00; ono 1920 Touring,
self-starter, $100.00; one Sedan, self
starter, $300.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR CO., Walhalla, S. C. 7-tf
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldln Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
sacrament of Penance. . . .9.SO a. m.
j Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J, Mackin,
P. O. Box S2, Anderson. S. C.
* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. *
N-.Closing out crockery, tin and
enamelware. Norman's, Walhalla, S.
-Mrs. J. L. Parker, of Grover.
N. C., spent several days in Walhalla
last week visiting pinong relatives
-Miss .lanie' Harrison, who has
been teaching in Greenville for the
past term, arrived In Walhalla Sat
urday and will spend tho summer
hero with lier parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Harrison.
-One good second-hand Ford
truck and te/iring car, 1020 model;
one Hanson touring car. Prices are
righi on these cars. Green Motor
Co., Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-'We aro indebted to our little
friend, Miss Ruby Kelley, of Wal
halla Route 1, for a hox of delicious
strawberries. The little lady picked
and brought them to Tho Courier
odlcc herself, and wo assure her of
our deep appreciation of ber thought
- ?Mrs. M. J. McDonald, of Rich
land, spent last week in Walhalla at
the home of her son, M. R. McDon
ald, Esq. Mrs. McDonald has been
(ju i tc unwell for some time, and this
is tho ii rsl visit she has made away
from home in several months. Hor
many friends hero wero glad to note
- Nice ?ow line summer millinery,
dry goods, notions. Norman's Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.
- dtev. Marion B. Stokes. Metho
dist missionary lo Korea, tit home on
n year's furlough, preached in the
Baptist church hero Inst Sunday
night lo a large and appreciative au
dience. The service was a union one.
and everybody was delighted to have
the opportunity of once more bear
ing and greeting Kev. Stokes, who
made warm friends and admirers of
; ll our people eight yours ago. when
on his last furlough, he visited his
father, the late lamented Dr. .1. !..
Stokes, and family, ile is now spend
ing a shori while with his sister. Mrs,
I.. T. Covington, and mother, Mr| .1.
1.. Stokes, al the home of the for
e - Drink
' ' is restored.
NE AGAIN NO. 28.
-Miss Ethel Counts, Oconeo's
rlllclont homo demonstration agent, !
ls spending a few days this weok In
-Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Darby, Misses
Hessio Micklor, Eloise Strother and
Caroline Darby recently visited in
-Mrs. Will J. Schroder spout tho
week-end in Seneca visiting her par
ents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. \V. M. Kay, and
among othor relativos and friends.
-The plo supper which was to
have, bcon hold ut Salem school house
last Thursday was postponed and will
be held Thursday of this week. Tho
original program will bo curried out.
A most cordial invitation ia extended
-'Bargains. - See our children's
wash suits, $1.00; silk hosiery, 50c.
to $2.50. Nico lino young mon's
$24.00 suits, only $10.00, as long as
they last. Also nico Uno pants, ties,
shirts, hose, shoes. Norman's Dry
Goods Store, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-'Wo havo reports of a terrille
rain storm in tho Oconoe Creek sec
tion Monday afternoon last, lt is
said that crops and lands were very
badly vjashed. The raiu was a veri
table downpour, tho dark cloud from
which it carno travoling northwest
ward at a rapid rate, then mooting
a reverso current of wind ns it near
ed the mountains, coming back over
tho section nnd deluging lt with, an
even harder rain than when it mado
its first visit, lt Is not thought that
general damage was done exe?
such as will result where the worst
land washes occurred.
-The announcement of Clemson
Agricultural College will bo lound
elsewhere in this issue, l'articuler
attention to the low cost of an edu
cation at this institution should be
given, as this is an item that will
be of groat benefit to those who may
select Glenison as the institution in
which to give their sous th advan
tages of higher education. While
the several courses ot Clemson have
boon widened in scope and general
elllclency, tho costs have been re
duced. The announcement appears
on the four.'ii page this ?week, and it
should he ca.refully consider' tl hy all
interested in educational advantages
for their sons.
-Wilbur D. White left yesterday
for Anderson to accept a position as
secrotary hi tho office of Judge H. ll.
Watkins, of tho Federal District
( ourt. Mr. White is a graduate of
W otford College and also of the Law
School of life University of South
Carolina. Ile has been practicing law
for some months as a member of the
Walhalla har. and has made many
friends among our local people and
those of Oconoe county, who will be
glad to learn of his good fortune in
being chosen by Judge Watkins as
his. secrotary. This position will give
Mr. White a larger opportunity to
follow ;he practice of his profession
In a less prescribed sphere.
-We have rented tho Issaquena
Filling Station, Main St., Walhalla,
and will bo glad to welcome all our
friends in both town and county, as
patrons. First-class sorvico at all
times. Freo water and air to all.
Your patronage will be grotitly ap
preciated. C. J. & L. H. Richie* Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-19-22.
-?A. Rae Dendy, of White River,
South Dakoto, has received his re
appointment as postmaster at that
place, a position which Mr. Dendy
has held successively for tho past
three Presidential terms. Mr. Dendy
la tho older son of Capt. and the late
Mrs. S. K. Dendy, formerly of Wal
halla, and has many friends hero who
will be interested in the fact that bo
has given such satisfactory service
ar, postmsater in lils adopted town as
ld receive re-appointment under Re
publican administration, despite tho
fad thal the Republican party in his
section is very strong.
-News of the death of J. T.
Mooro will bo received by many in
Oconoe with deep regret. Mr. Moore
died ni his home near Seneca last
Friday, May l nth. at 12 o'clock, mid
night, aller having suffered with a
cancer on tho face for about fifteen
years. Ile was In bis T?tli year, hav
ing been bom Dec. I ?th, I X 17. Mr.
Moore was married about 54 years
ago to Miss Mary Ballding, oj this
county, and to this union five chil
dren were born-John S., \V. T.,
and James A. Moore, Mrs. Mattie I).
Hays, of Seneca, and Mrs. L. C. Vims,
o? Walhalla. Ho leaves tho following
brothers and sisters to amurl his
death: R. E., B. P., J. T. and ff. D.
.Moore, of Seneca; T. F. Moorp, of
Alabama, and M rs. M. Fant, of Texas.
Tho body was laid to rest l\\ the
cemetary of Shiloh Baptist church
on the 20th of May at 12 o'clock m.
Funeral services wore conducta] by
his pastor. Rev. L, M. Lyda, of Wal
halla. In tho passing of Mr. Moore
r. good man has been culled to his
reward and Oconee has bist olio of
her valuable citizen:-. !!>. was a good
neighbor, ?rue friend and a CnrlR
tlaii gentleman. Ponce to his a sh os.
Jumes .Miller. 1 l-yeai old son Of
W. O. Miller, died at his nome near
West Union on May Kith, after nn
illness of ninny week:.' duration. His
death, although not unexpected, was
a shock to his many friends and tola
lives, who never ceased io hopo for
bis recovery. The griof-slricken par
ents have tire satisfaction of know
ing, however, thal everything possi
ble was done for 1??iii in tho way of
medical attention, faitJiMil nursing
and loving care. James will be great
ly missed in our community, Ho was
ever thoughtful of others, kind to
lils playmates, courteous to older
pooplo, obedient to hhs parents. He
was excoptiosnlly bright, and usually
lcd his (lass al school. At times
during his y I ness his suffering wns
ilitrfhso, but he hore it with remark
able patience and cheerfulness. Ho
was a faithful Christian, having
united willi the church at tho early
age of seven years. Funeral services
were conducted at Poplar Springs
church by Rev. L. M. Lyda, after
which the remains wore interred in
the cemetery of that chupch. Tho
entire community extends sympathy
to tho hcrenved parents and com
mends them to our Heavenly Father,
who doeth all things well.
-Mrs. L. T. Simmons returnell
Inst Monday from Columbia, whore
slio bad boon for sovoral weeks visit
ing relatives and friends.
-'Miss Bosslo Mickler, of Saluda?
spent a short while in* Walhalla last
week as the guest of lier uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Pitchford,
and among other relatives. ?
-You cnn lind the host cheese in
town at Smith's Market, Walhalla.
-Wo are requested to announce
thal the Ladies' Aid Society of the
Walhalla Methodist church will meet
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
tho homo of Mrs. Kato Smith.
-Little Etheridge McDonald, son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. lt. McDonald,, is
quito unwell at tho home of his par
ents here. We hope that tho liitlo
fellow may have a speedy recovery.
-Miss Julia Kaufmann arrived in
Walhalla last week from Lincolnton,
X. C., where she has been engaged
in teaching for the past school term.
She will spend the vacation period
here with her father, lt. i<\ Kauf
mann, and family."
-'A. P. Crisp, who spent a week
here at his old home among relatives
and friends, returned to his home at
Xewberry yesterday. Ile was accom
panied by Iris grandson. Master Ceo.
Rhodes, who will spend"some .time In
Xewberry. Mrs. G. IC. Rhodes and
children will leavo Friday for Xew
berry to spend about ten days.
-We are requested to announce
that Suporintenednt of Education L.
C. Speares will speak at the Salem
school house on Saturday afternoon,
May 27th, at 4 o'clock, on the advis
ability ol' making the school at Sa
lem a high, school, lt is earnestly
desired thai all those interested in
thc school shall he present.
- Ruy your lard at Smith's Mar
ket, Walhalla. It's cheaper.- adv.
-A pretty wedding, tho announce
ment of which will bo ol interest'to
ninny iii Oconoe and elsewhere, was
that of Mis.--. Cornelia Edney, of Sa
lem, and Oscar Ra nett, of Flat
shoals, which was solemnized at the
home of tho bride's parents, Mr. and
M.r.s. M. P. Edney, at Salem, on Sat
urday afternoon, May 13th, in the
presence bf a number of friends and
relatives of the contracting parties.
The bride was most attractive lu a
lovely going-away gown ol' blue.wlth
acessories to match. Mrs. Barrett ls
the oiliest daughter ol' Mr. and Mrs.
M. I*. Edney, and a most charming
young lady. Mr. Barreit is a worthy
young man of the Flat Shoals sec
tion, and tho young couple have tho
good wishes of a hos' of friends in
Oconee and elsewhere in the Stale.
The ceremony was performed by Rev
C. it. Abercrombie,' pastor of the
One of the most attractive of
tin' rural homes which it bas been
our pleasure to visit recently is the
lovely country place of the Messrs.
and Misses Barker, at Coneross, on
Westminster Route I. The yard
around'this attractive home is a riot
of beautiful color, artistically blend
ed. Petunias, hardy phlox, pinks of
every color, sweetpeas and other
lovoly doweys and plants are grown,
to perfectc i and make this plate a
joy to the eye, and the gracious hos
pitality of the owners and makers
of this" home make it a most charm
ing place to visit. A few years ago
the Messrs. Barker built a splendid
home near Coneross. and the home
established by these brothers and sis
ters is one of the ino3t attractive in
Oconee. The same care and evident
pride in surroundings, if practiced
at all the homes in Oconee, would
make of our county ! "'oed and in
truth a veritable garden spot of rare
-'Buy your fruits and vegetables
i.t Smith's Market. Walhalla.- -adv.
-Ono of the pn ttiest and most
attractive parties ol tho season was
that at which Misses Nunnie and Al
ice Belle McLees complimented a
number ot' their friends on Friday of
last week. Six tables were placed for
rook, and a llu\lber of exciting
games were enjoyed, at the close of
which, it hoing found that "Mrs. Clif
ton Fowler held highest score, sho
was presented with a lovely pair of
mahogany candlesticks. The consola
tion, a pretty silver thimble, was
given Miss Millicent Ochiuig. Tho
parlor, reception hall and dining
room, where tho guests were enter
tained, were lovely in their deora
tlons of beautiful pink and white
roses. Tho color slioino of pink and
white was also perfectly carried out
i". every detail of the dainty refresh
ments of cream and cake, which were
served the guests by the hostesses at
the close of tho afternoon. Each
guest was presented with a dainty
May basket as a souvenir of the oc
casion, the baskets being lilied with
de! , (eis ?)ink and white candios.
- Tho Paul I layne ('ireh; held its
regular mooting at the home ol' Mrs.
C. F. Iletrick on Friday. Muy MUI).
Quito a large number o? members
answered roll-call will; tho name of
a Colonial hero or heroine. A very
Interesting paper on "Colonial Life
iii Som h Carolina," with a descrip
tion of some of tho homes still stand
ing, was read by Mrs. G. W. Bnuk
IllgllL Miss Stlibllng read a sketch
of Eliza Lucas and her work, and
"Tho Heroism of Emily Geige -" was
read by Mrs. G. M. Ansel. " Caro
lina" wits sweetly sung by Mrs. W.
C. 11 uglis, with Miss Florence Hei
rn l< nt the piano. After business bad
bren disposed of tho mooting ad
journed lo hold ils next regular
meeting on June 2d with Miss Daisy
Strong. A pleasant social half hour
was then spent. Tho hostess, as
sisted by Misifis Florence and Ruth
Iletrick, served delicious cream and
cake. Dainty little pink and wbito
baskets, lilied willi sugar plums,
were handed by Miss Ruth Iletrick
ns souvenirs Sf n delightful nnd In
structive ai >n. Mrs. Clifford
Sledinor, of Cn go, formerly known
In Walhalla as Miss Julia Campboll,
was a welcome visitor.
- Will pay 17c. per pound for hons
this week. Smith's Markot, Walhalla,
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (Bes*-.)
1888 -s - 1922
. Wc 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.
We will be glad to show them to you.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
Hot Weather Is
Hot weather is herc, so are the Flies and Mosquitos
and other seasonable creatures.
Our stocks ot 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 the next few days. Wc will be in posi
tion to supply you with anything in the Plumbing Line,
Come and sec our supplies. Wc will guarantee
our prices to be in line with any, when you consider
the high grade goods. ^
Whitmire=IVIarett Hdw. Go.
(Phono No. !Ifl.) (Phono No. ll.)
Farming Under Boll Weevil
TEN STEPS TO TAKE
PLANT FEWER ACHES USE EARLY VARIETIES
PREPARE I/AND WELL RIANT EARLY
FERTILIZE LIBERALLY KILL EARLY WEEVILS
CULTIVATES FREQUENTLY GATHER DAMAGED SQUARES
LEARN TO I OLSON! DESTROY STALKS EARLY!
A FARMER CANNOT CHOW COTTON UNDER DOLL WEEVIL
CONDITIONS UNLESS RE IS WIELLING TO FIGHT.
THE THINGS Tl I AT ARE NECESSARY TO DO TO SUCCESSFUL
LY CONTROL TH 11 ROLL WEEVIL MUST RE DON E AT THE TIME
THEY SHOULD RE DONE.
COTTON GROWING RY THE EASY-GO-LUCKY METHOD IS A
THING OF THE PAST, THOSE WHO ARE FIGHTERS AND WILL
STAY RY THE JOH WILL HE 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.
Wc have in stock many items that will presently
bc needed during thc Harvest Time, and will ap
preciate your inqurics.
Mowing Machines and Hay Rakes, Grain
Cradles, Binding Twine; Mowing Machine Re
Belting, Greases and Oils, Grain Measures, Oil
Screen Doors, Windows, Fly Screen?
Refrigerators, Ice Poxes, Ice Cream Freezers,
Ballenger Hardware Co.,
(In the Coleman Old Stand,) )
Seneca, S. C,