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DRUGS,
MEDICINES.
A I il J SOAPS WILL Cl
DESTROY DISEASE CEI
ONLY ItEMOVES GREAI
Ul T IT DESTROYS D1SI
ION ODORS.
GERMICIDAL SOAP I
CLEANSER, A G IO KM ICI
GERMICIDE SOAP IS
TOI I ?KT AM) HATH i'll
I KO.M PERSPIRATION
INFECTION, AS WELL
CAUSE SKIN KKl PIIo:
GET A CA KI; OK <
PKI!
Turc .PKOVW^I
HAROLD BRENNECKE.
STA TIONERY, - OPPO?
y?OILET ARTICLES. PIEDMONT
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading inserted at rate of
ono cent a word i>or Insertion.
Four Insertions for prlco of
three.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for liss than
i fi cents, ono Insertion.)
HEMSTITCH INO and Pccotlng.
All work carefully and promptly
done. MUS. J. E. HOPKINS, Sen
or... s. C.
FOR RENT-7-Kooni House, Barn
and Garage. Ele< trie lights. .Maul
din St.. Walhalla. Apply to J. L.
MOSER, Walhalla, Rt. I. I 6-tf
10,000 PORTO RICO POTATO
PLAN J'S on my hods each week for
sale. Thirty bushels Peas Cor sale.
S. A. TOW. Wail: 'lia. S.C., Itt.2; 22*
FOR THE SUMMER I would Uko
to havo your Surveying Work to do.
All work nccural dj dene, ll A lt K Y
BARDE, Walhalla, S. C. 1 6-23
KOK SAKE-Early variety Colton
Seed that gets ahead of thu boll wee
vil. Seo W. Li. Y IO KN H lt, Walhalla,
S. C._5-tf
NOTICE?-Tlie Keowee Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
KAMMA" COI\<J WEST wishes lo
sell ono Evans Piano, in first class
condition, at a very reasonable price.
Also. OIIL> line Milch Cow. MKS. IO.
S. TRAMMEL!.. Wal''.illa. S. C. L'J .
LOST-At Auditorium or on street
between there and jail, on Tuesday
night, May 23, Cameo Brooch, Fintier
return to MKS. w. M. ALEXANDER,
Walhalla, S. C.. and gel reward. L'2
KOCH (4) MILK COWS (fresh) j
for Sale.-Will make terms to suit
purchasers. Will exchange for grown j
'Dry Cattle. W. D. .MOSS, Walhalla, ?
S^CL_21-tf
KIMO DU ROC .HORSEY PIGS and
Grado Jersey Cows for sale. All Pigs
entitled to registry. See or write lo
R. A. ORAIO, Salem, S. C. (Farm is
near High ?''alls. ) 20-23*
FOR SALE - House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
nor of Collogo and ErvIn streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains ono acre. For
particulars soo ^yJ, C. HUGHS. 4 t-tf
WANTED-A good man to repre
sent us In Walhalla and adjoining
counties in handling Monuments and
Memorial Work. Wo 'invo a good pro
position for a good ina;.. Address
OWEN BROS. MA UKI.:: AND GRAN
ITE CO., Greenwood, S. C. L'O-L'::
MATTRESSES.-A 50-pound AIL
Cotton Maitres . froigbl p dd to your ,
station, for .".a. or an All-Foil 50
pound Mattress for $10.00. Satis
faction guaranteed. WHITE SWAN
MATTRESS CO., Box 306, Anderson,.
S.C. 17-22
WANTED-Ono or two live, rell-l
abb- mon in every town in the coun
ties of (leo?cf., Dickens and Ander-I
son, to t'oprosenl Tho North A merl-1
can Accident and Health Insurance'
Co. Liberal terms. Experienced men
preferred. Apply to W. II. HUGHS,
Richland, S. C. 13-tf
FOR SALE-Used Cars nt Hai
gnbis-Ono 1016 Roadster, $90.00; j
ono 10 10 Roadster, $13."?.00; one!
HUT Touring. $100.00; ono 10 IS I
Touring, $140.00; ono 1010 Tour
ing, $150.00; ono 1020 Touring.,
solf-starter, $190.00; ono Sedan, self
'start.or, $390.00. Pl RDM O NT MO
TOR CO., Walhalla, S. C. 7-tf |
MEN AND WI ?.WEN WA \ i ED lo :
handle elly trade and retail tho orig
inal and genuine Watkins Products, I
Remedies, Extracts, spices. Toilet :
Requisite Household Specialties,
Automobile Accessories, etc. Over
l?o guaranteed products, our values
ari? unequalled and Watkins Quality
li in a ( lass by itself. Write to-day |
for free sample mid full del ils o?
our offer and what it means to VDU.
THE J, R. WATKINS ? O., Dent.' 71;, j
New Voil;. N. V. 18-22* ?
y.-.-.M ,,
tr-v _
bve ry
That's what we
2-lb. Tomatoes, li
Evaporated MUK,
PinK Salmon, IO a
BlacKberries, 15c.
2-lb. Roast Beef, ?
Phone
26
Gash
.s
DRUGGISIS
SUNDRIES.
LEANSE, DUT THEY WILL NOT
[{.MS. GERMICIDAL HOAD NOT
5H AND DIRT FROM Uio HANDS,
BASH GERMS AND l'HRSIMRA
IS THREE THINGS IN ONE - A
IDE, AND A DEODORANT.
A GOOD GENERAL SOAR FOR
IIPOSES. IT FREES THE SKIN
ODORS, FROM THE GERMS OF
VH THE TINY PARASITES THAT
VS
?ERM; ICI DAL SOAR TO-DAY'.
E-SM GENTS.
TEA Y HUTCHISON.
SITE- CANDY'.
AUTO CO. UL
liOcicsy1
HOME-MADE DA RD-(About 10
cr 50 pounds) for salo. MRS. H. W.
BRANDT, Walhalla, S._C. 22
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ous, S. C. 20-tf
SURVEYING.-Tho best timo to
have that little job of Surveying
done, and to locate your farm lines,
is now. W. M. FENtNELL, Surveyor,
Walhalla, S. C. 22-25*
ST. FRANCIS CATHODIC CH IRC II,
Maul.lin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
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,
Rector.
P. O. llox 82, Anderson, S. C.
?v
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty
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-Mrs. Graham, of Greenville, was
a recent guest ai the borne of Mr.
and Mrs. .1. \Y. Gurney.
-- Kev. M. J Stanscll requests ut
io announce tba: be will meet Iiis
regular appointments again, begin
liing the first Sunday in .lune.
- Sec our bargain counter of add
size ladies' slippers (Hld pumps. C. \V,
& J. E. Bank-light, Walhalla.-adv
- Mrs. Chase. who spout some
time here with her sister. Mrs. .1. \V
Gurney, left last week for her home
in Maine.
- -Miss Alice Platt, who has spent
some time with lier sister, Mrs. E. I..
1 b in.lon, loft recently for her homo
in Graniteville.
i. W. ('? IImey left yesterday tor
North Carolina, where ho will spend
a week on business. During Mr. our
nev's absence Mrs. Ouray will visit
friends in Greenville.
. -Miss Pauline Hughs, of Atlanta
is in Walhalla for a visit lo her par
en ts, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Tughs. She
has many friends here who are al
ways glad to meet her.
-Ono good second-hand Ford
truck and touring car, 19 20 model
ono Hanson touring car. Prices aro
right on these cars. Green Motor
Co., Walhalla. S. C.-adv.
-There will ho Children's Hay
exercises at Rocky Knoll next Sun
day, June Ith. The Sunday school
service will be at 10 a. m., with the
Children's Day i xercises beginning
at 1 1 o'clock. An interesting pro
gram is being prepared. There will
be dinner on tho grounds, and the
afternoon will bo spent in singing
All good singers and lovers of musk
and also the general public aro cor
(Hally invited io attend all these ser
vices. Take your song books and
well-filled baskets and spend the day
with the good people ol' Kooky Knoll
. Wt; note willi pleasure Ibo nanu
of Miss Lena Abbott, ot Walhalla,
Rt. !, among those who received
honors for essays on highway safety,
submitted during the recent cam
paign for safety ou the highways.
Miss Abbott received third honor.
Tin; contest was ..(inducted under the
auspices ol' tho highway transport
education committee, and was in the
interest of highway safety, and in
many cities ibero has, ii is reported,
been an appreciable gain in careful
ness evidenced, duo in' large meas
ure to tin? interest centering about
thc contests through thc essays sub
mitted.
-Wo have rented tho Issaquena
Killing Station, Main St., Walhalla,
and will be glad to welcome all our
friends in both town and county, as
patrons. First-class service at all
times. Free water and air to all.
Your patronage will bo greatly ap
preciated, t". .1. & fi. ll. Richie, Wal
li..lia. S. C. adv.-19-22.
- Thc many friends of Tom R.
Keith u ill bo glad to learn tl al bo
now so far recovered from his
reconI injuries, received ? hen lils
buggy way krocked from tho road
near Seneca by an automobile, aa lo
leave tho hospital. For the past ten
days he has been at hts home on
Keowce, and is said to be getting
ulong nicely, though very weak. Hr
lost forty pounds In weight dunn
>ay Store
want to be to YOU ?
3c. can.
small size, 5c. can.
nd 15c. cans.
, can.
iOc.
Grocery Go.
his stay in tho hospital. His injuries,
while of a vory serious nature, give
promise of most satisfactory response
to surgical anti medical treatment,
and it ls h?ped that ho will soon bo
(luite himself again.
-Seo our ludios* silk hose, all
shades, from Hue. to $3.50. C W. &
JJ. E. Bauknigrt, Walhalla.--adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Wiko and
two children, of Fairfield, N. C., aro
visiting at tho homo of Mrs. Wiko's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. lt. Duncan,
of West Union.
- io. Tlmmerman, of 'Westmin
ster, announces as a candidate for
tho House o f "Representatives. Mr.
Tlmmerman is well and favorably
known to thc peoplo of Ocouce.
-W. M. Fennell, of Union, is In
Walhalla this week among re?a?ives
und friends, who aro glad to see film
again. Ho will be in tito county for
some time,with headquarters at Wal
halla. 5i
-Coleus-50c. per dozen; 12 dif
ferent colors. Prompt delivery. Mrs.
Paul Gillison, Seneca, S.C., Rt.l.-ad
-AV. li. Vernor motored to Char
lotto .Monday for a few days'" visit to
relatives. He will bo accompanied
on his return by Miss IO lizabeth Strib
ling, who h;ts been teaching in North
Carolina for tho past term. Miss
Stripling will spend tho summer va
cation with her parents, Major and
Mrs. W. J. Stribling, nour town.
- Married, at the resilience of W.
R. McKinnie, Sunday, May 2 S th,'Miss
Rose Lnwesley and Clarence Albert
son. Mr. Albertson is a farmer of
tho Salem section of Oconco, while
his bride is from tho -Laurel Fork
section of Picketts county. Tho cere
mony w.:.s performed by Rev. i>. P.
Hudson. The happy young couple
have tho best wishes of their many
friends for a long and happy life l?
get her.
- Wo aro requested to announco
that there will 1)0 Children's Day ex
orcises by Fuirlleld Sunday school,
al Fnirltold school house, on Sun
day, June 4th, beginning at io a. m.
After tho program an address will bo
made hy C. F. I let rick, of Walhalla.
The afternoon will be devoted to
sluging. Everybody, and especially
Bothel, Pleasant Ridgo and 'Ebenezer
Sunday schools, is invited, [iring
well Ulled baskets.
. -Rev. Marion fJ3. Stokes and Mrs.
J. L. Stokes left last week for Ben
uettsville, after spending some time
here with .Mrs. L. T. Covington.
While in Bennettsville 'Rev. Stokes
will he engaged In a protracted
meeting. A moro earnest, consecrat
ed worker in the Master's vineyard
it would be hard to lind. Thc splen
did meeting conducted in the Metho
dist church here several years atjo.
in colahoration with bis father, tho
late Dr. J. L. Stokes, ts a precious
memory lo many of our citizens, and
its results still abide in the hearts
and lives of a number of our young
people.
-The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Josse T. (Hayes, of Greenville,
sympathize with them In tho loss of
their little son, whoso death Recurred
Tuesday of last week at their home.
Tho little fellow had boen ill for
only a short time, and his death came
as a shock to his fond parents. The
body was brought to 'Walhalla for
burial and was laid to rest in tho
Lu*horan cemetery last Wednesday
afternoon, In tl\e presence of a large
concourse of sorrowing relatives and
friends. Tho funeral was conducted
from the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. White, relatives of Hie bereaved
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes have
tho sympathy of many friends hero
ai their old home in tho loss of their
only son.
-Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Merrick and
children, of Savannah, spent tho lat
ter part of last week in Walhalla at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. B. F.
Sloan and among their many friends
herc. Mr. Merrick holds : position
of high authority in th" Federal Pro
hibition Enforcement Department,
having chargo of thal branch of tho
service in Georgia. Ile .vas trans
ferred from New York city lo Geor
gia after several months work in the
metropolis, whore ho was engaged
in carrying on a 'clean-up campaign'
nmong prohibition law violators, the
campaign under his direction having
resulted so successfully that he was
given charge of similar work with
tho State of Georgia as his immedi
ate territory.
-Tho many friends of T. S.
Crumpton will be grieved io learn of
his death, which occurred nt his
home In Walhalla on May 20th, af
ter a brief illness. All Iliat loving
bands and tender care could do was
done for him. bul tint hing could he
done lo prolong his Iii" He bore
his sufferings willi lia1., nco and a
Christian resignation. HQ was il I
years of age. lb? leave wife Slid
thron children Thos. -' Crumpton,
Ralph H. and Frances Crumpton, to
mourn his death. His hi ly was laid
to rest in the Neville ceinotery. Mr.
Crumpton was an oxoi ' irv young
i.ian. and his daily life was that of
an humble follow* r of ... lowly Naz
arene. Ile will he sorel missed by
his griof-stricken wit > . \,,\ children
?ind hy many close relatives as well
as hy a wide circle of friends in the.
county. The Courier extends to tho
bereaved ones sympathy in their sad
hour.
The announcement of the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Florence
Hotrlck, of Walhalla, and Wilbur I).
W hite, of Anderson, cone .; as no sur
prise to their many f i .ads In Wal
halla. The wedding will take place
on June 7th at Hie Lutheran church.
Miss'Hotrlck came to Walhalla from
Philadelphia with hor parents and
lins resided here since a small girl.
Slie is tho daughter of Mr. and (Mrs.
Wm. I''. Hotrlck and is a charming
and attractive young lady, counting
her friends by her acquaintances.
Mr. While is the son of Rev. and
Mrs. J. A. White, of Columbia, and
a recent graduate of the Raw School
of the University of South Carolina.
Ile has spent tho past, year in Wnl
halln practicing his profession, hut
two weeks ago went to Andorson to
bike up now duties as secretary to
.Indee II. H. Watkins, of tho Fedornl
Court. Invitations to tho woddlng
woro received in Walhalla last week,
and the happy ovont is looked for
ward to with pleasant anticipation by
tho hosts of friends of tho young cou
plo.
-Hon.W. Gibbes Whaley, a prom
inent member of tho New York bar,
accompanied by -Mrs. Whaley, has
spent some days this and last weok
hero on business. Mr. Whaley is a
most affable gentleman with whom
it is a pleasure to converso. Ono can
not be long in his company without
discovering that ho is a native South
Carolinian, and a former Charlos
tonlan.
-.Tas. H* Alexander, of Walhalla,
a Student at Clemson College, has
recelvod notice of his appointment to
Annapolis Naval Academy and has
boon notified to appear thoro in July
for final preparations. Ile has passod
all oxcept the physical examination,
for which he will report at the naval
academy in July. His appointment
came through Senator Dial. 'Ho has
many friends boro and elsewhere
who will be glad to learn of his ap
pointment.
-On Friday, April 7th, the death
angel entered tho homo of Chas. W.
Roach and bore away tho spirit of
his wife. Sho had been, confined to
her bed since Fob. 4th, and died on
April 7th at 12 o'clock. Mrs. Itoach
was before marriage Miss Datha Mc
Call, a daughter of tho lato J. J. Mc
Call, oMtabun county, Georgia. Sho
was bora in Macon county, North
Carolina, Jan. 3. ISSI, and was 3S
years Of age. She was happily mar
ried to C. W. Roach on March I Uh,
1!H)7. She leaves her husband and
six children to mourn her taking
away. She was a devout Christian,
and a member of Double Springs
Baptist church. She had lived a good
life and was ready to go home. Be
sides her husband and children she
leaves the following brothers and
sisters to mourn her unlimoly death:
W J. McCall. Townvllle; Melvin Mc
Call, Seneca: Bascom H. McCall, of
Walhalla; .Mrs. Margaret Gilern, of
Cosby, Temi.: Mrs. .Mary Swofford,
Mountain Rest; Mrs. Libbie Roach.
Walhalla. The remains were laid lo
rest, in Double Springs cemetery on
Saturday. April Stb. the funeral ser
vices being conducted by her pastor,
Rev. J. C. Hoggs, in the presence of
a large gathering of sorrowing rela
tives and friends.
-A superb dramatic Paramount
Artcraft feature, "The Miracle Man,"
will hjO shown at The Star Theatre
to-night (Wednesday.) This is de
clared to he one or the really great
screen dramas of rei? U years, lt
is adapted from the play of the same
name, which showed for many
months on Broadway. The screen
version is said lo bo even moro ab
sorbing and thrilling in its develop
ment of the .striking story than thc
play and shows thc marvelous trans
formation uiuler tho bonoflcent In
fluence of an ennobling environment
of four of the most notorious crooks
of tho New York underworld. Be
sides being an absorbing entertain
ment of the highest order, it is a
drama with an amazing soul-beau
tiful, thrilling and intensely appeal
ing. Do not miss this wonderful pic
ture. There will bo no show at thc
theatre on Thursday. On Friday
.Wanda Hawley, in "Her Face Value'1
will be tho attraction, and Wanda
Hawley needs no introduction to the
people of Walhalla, her pictures hav
ing been shown here many times
always to full houses. In "Her Fact
Valuo" she is especially appealing
Tho story of a wife who tried to bc
loyal to husband, her poor relations
and a career-and failed. Of course
it all conics out right in the end. You
will be sure to enjoy this latest ol
tho Wanda Hawley pictures. Satur
day tho usual program will bo given
The management lias asked us ti
say that there will he only (wo mort
episodes of "Winnors of Ibo West,
and this will close their theatre ii
Walhalla. They wish to lhank flu
peoplo Of our town and commttnit]
for their liberal patronage, and ex
press the hope that they have giver
them pictures that they enjoyed ant
will remember.
-orwell Abercrombie, a Con fed
orate veteran, died at bis home neal
Salem last Thursday night in bb
85th year. Mr. Abercrombie was t
nativo of Laurens county, where ht
married in ISO7. For many years
Mr. Abercrombie had resided in Ooo
noe county, and Ito was well knowr
for his many sterling qualities. Be
sides bis widow he leaves three chil
dieu. Haynes Abercrombie, chief ol
police of Walhalla; B. ll. Abercrom
hie and Mrs. Lillie Heaton, of Salem
and many relatives and a host ol
friends throughout tho Piedmont sec
Hon. His remains were interred Ol'
Friday afternoon at Boone's Creel
come tory, after appropriate service!
by the pastor of the Baptist chinch
ol which denomination he had beer
a member for many years. Mr. Aber
orombio enlisted In tho Confederan
army in October, I.sc I, nt Ohl Pick
t-nsvillo, in Company io. and on Nov
Isl went lo Sullivan's Island and re
rna i nod willi Orr's Regiment un tl
the last of December. A Mr. Bogg!
was captain, lt. IO. Bowen, first lieu
tenant; J. A. Hendrix, second lion
louant, and John 'II, Cosset!, thin
lieutenant of Mr. Aborcromblo'8 ori
ginni company. Later Capt. Bogg:
was promoted to major, R. IO. Bowel
became captain, J. A. 'Hendrix, firs
lieutenant; Mr. Gossett, second lieu
tenant, and Choice Willlard, thin
lieutenant. When Col. Mooro math
up a regiment known as tho Socont
Lilies Mr. Abercrombie transferrei
to it, and be served with that regl
ment until tho 28th of October, 1S03
when he was captured and sont as ?
prisoner to Camp Morton, Now York
whero be remained until February
IS05, when ho was paroled and won
to Richmond, Va., and roached bonn
on a furlough on the 27th of March
prier to Hie surrender. Mr. Abor
or mbio was a good citizen, and lu
will bo missed not only by tho bo
reaved widow nnd Immediate family
lint by hosts of friends, who lint
known him ns a familiar figuro li
our county and ns a man worthy o
highest respect and evory confidonco
(Other Locals on First Pago.)
1888 -:-SET^-T- 1922
Graduation Organdies
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,
WHITE.
PRICES 50c. and 75c. THE YARD.
We will be glad to show them to you.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
Cheapest in History
For 30 days beginning June 1st
to June 31st we will allow a
SPECIAL discount of 10 per
cent on all
Kelley Springfield and Fire
stone Tires and Tubes*
We know you know that there is not a tire on
the market that will come up to these tires in quality
for the same money. Buy your requirement now.
stmire=IVIarett Hdw. Co.
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
WESTMINSTER WALHALLA
(Phono No. 30.) (Phono No. ll.)
SOUTH CAROLINA
Farming Under Boll Weevil
Conditions.
TEN STEPS TO TAKE
PLANT FEWER ACRES USE EARLY VARIETIES
PREPARE LANI) WELL PLANT EARLY
FERTILIZE LIBERALLY KILL KARLY WEEVILS
CULTIVATE FREQUENTLY GATHER DAMAGED SQUARES
LEARN TO rOlSON 1 DESTROY STALKS EARLY!
F I G II T s
A FARMER CANNOT CROW COTTON UNDER DOLL WEEVIL
CONDITIONS UNLESS HE IS WILDLING TO EIGHT.
THE THINGS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO DO TO SUCCESSFUL
LY CONTROL THE ROLL WEEVIL MUST RE DOMO AT THE TIME
THEY SHOULD RE DONE.
COTTON CROWING RY THE EASY-GO-LUCKY METHOD IS A
THING OF THE PAST. THOSE WHO ARE FIGHTERS AND WILL
STAY RY THE JOH WILL RE TH 10 SUCCESSFUL COTTON GROWERS
OF TRIO FUTURE.
ARIO 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
be needed during the Harvest Time, and will ap
preciate your ?nqur?cs.
Mowing Machines and Hay Rakes, Grain
Cradles, Binding Twine; Mowing Machine Re
pairs, etc.
Belting, Greases and Oils, Grain Measures, Oil
Cans.
Screen Doors, Windows, Fly Screen.
Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Ice Cream Freezers.
Ballenger Hardware Co.,
(In the Coleman Old Stand,)
Seneca, S, C.

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