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DRUGS,
MEDICINES.
AI iii SOAPS WI LD C
DESTHOY DISEASE OE
ONLY REMOVES UREA
HUT IT DESTROYS DIS
1()\ ODORS.
GERMICIDAL SO A I*
CLEANSER, A GEKMIC
GERMICIDE SOAP IS
TOILET AND BATH IT
KKOM PERSPIRATION
IM'IK'TIOX, AS WELL
CAUSE SKIN EHUPTIO
GET A OA KIO OE
PHI
rriIK: FKOrW^
HAROLD BRENNECKE.
STATIONERY, - ?PPO
TOILET ARTICLES. PIEDMONT
(Small advertisements under
this heading Inserted at rate o?
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
threo.)
(NOTICE?-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for 1 *ss than
I? cents, ono insertion.)
IOU SALK-OIK- Milk Cow. Ap
ply tc liol! MACAULAY, Walhalla,
S.V. 23*
FOR SA I iE-Fresh Milk Cow. Soe
.1 C. EDWARDS. Walhalla. S. C..
ut. ?:. -."?*_
BRIGHT I new crop i Wheat Straw
ai L' c. per'tick, at Hickory Hollow
Farm, ll. W. BRANDT, I'rop'r. 23
Celt SALE- 200 hushcls Coin.
Soo \ c CALLAHAN, Westminster,
S. C.. ?C. 2 ? ?*3-JJ I !
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands, lt. 12. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 2t)-tf
HEMSTITCHING and Perot Inn:.
All work carefully and promptly
done. M KS. J. E. HOPKINS, Sotl
OCU, S. C. 20-25?
KOK HUNT-7-Rooni House, Dara
and Garage. Electric lights. Matll
dln St., Walhalla. Apply to J. L.
MOSER, Walhalla, Rt. 1. 16-tf
I OU THE SUMMER I would like
to have your Surveying Work to do.
All work accurately dene. HAR KV
EARLE, Walhalla, S. C. 1G-23
KOK SADE-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead if tho holl wee
vil. Seo W. L. VERN ER, Walhalla,
S. C. f>-tf
NOTICE.-The Keowee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. WJ
will appreciate your husiness.
FOUND-Watch.- Owner can get
same by describing, paying for ad
vertisement and expenses. GEO. L.
J ON KS. Walhalla. S. C. 23
SHOE REPA Mil Nt;-1 am prepar
ed to do Expert Shoe Repairing, if
you need work of this kind see me.
Prices right. H. T. RICKARD, at
Gillespie's Store, Walhalla. S. C. 2:\*
KOK SALE-Millions Porto Rico.
Nancy Hall and Triumph Potato
'Plants. T.'.c. per 1000, f.o.h. Valdosta.
DORRIS PLANT COMPANY, Val
dosta, Ga. 2?-2 I*
SURVEYING.-The best tinto to
have that little Joh ol' Surveying
d ni", and to locate your Carin lines,
is .low. W, M. FENNELL, Surveyor,
Walhalla. S. C. 22-25*
FINK DUKOO .JERSEY PIUS and
Orado Jersey ruw; for sale, All Pigs
entitled to registry. Soe or write to
K A. ORA ICS, Salem, s. c. | Farm is
near I Ugh Falls. ? 20-23 *
KOK SA LE- House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, n northeast cor
ner of College and ErvIn streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains ono acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 41-tf
WANTED-A good man to repre
sent US iii Walhalla and adjoining
counties in handling Monuments and
Memorial Work. We have a good pro
position for a good man. Address
OWEN BROS. MARDLE AND GRAN
ITE CO., Greenwood, S. C. 20-2:;
WANTED-Ono or two live, reli
able men in every town in the coun
ties of Oconoo, Pickens and Andon
8011, to roprosont The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal terms. Experienced men
preferred. Apply to W. II. HUGHS,
Richland, S. C. 13-tf
MEN AND WOMEN lo handle city
trad.- and retail the original and gen
uino Watkins Products, Remedies,
ix.rads. Spices* Toilet RoqulsKes,
Household Specialties, Automobile
Accessories, otc. Over i ;.n gua ran tod
pi ?liict i lui* v. lues aro unequalled
ard Watkins Quality i--. in n elliss hy
Itself. Write to-day for free sample
nd full deiaK..; of our offer and w li ti i
if means lo you. THE .1. IL WAT
KINS CO., Dept. VT. New Vork, N.
V.
H
ut.
TEA
COFFEE
SPICE:
ai
Phone
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1889
DRUGGISIS
SUNDRIES
LEANSE, HUT THEY WILL NOT
HMS. GERMICIDAL SOAl* NOT
SE AND D1HTFHOM tho HANDS,
EASE GERMS AXD PERSPIKA
IS TU KEE THINGS IX ONE - A
IDE, AND A DEO DOH A NT.
A <;0()D GENEKAli SOAP FOR
UPOSES. IT EKE ES TH IO SKIN
ODOKS, FHOM THE GE HM S OF
AS THE TINY PARASITES THAT
N'S
GERMICIDAL SOAP TO-DAY.
CE-LT? CENTS.
TEAY HUTCHISON.
SITE- CANDY.
AUTO CO. BLOCK'S
ST. FHA NC I.S CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Matildin Street, Wullialla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament ot Penance... .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
Hector.
P. O. Box S2, Anderson, S. C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
There will he a Regular Meeting
of Walhalla Lodge, No. <>7, Knights
of Pythias, at tho Masonic Temple
to-morrow (Thursday) night at 8
o'clock. Every member urged to be
present.
ARTI IPR BROW N.
Chancellor Com man 1er.
T. B. SMELOR, K. of lt. and S.
A Regular Communication of Blue
v.TrxiTii'j Ridge Lodge, No. 1)2. A F.
| M., will be held next Fri
BU2?MJ day night, .lune 0, 1922,
I S.iiO o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
??..Y4.T..,%?f,?T??%?T?A?% .?.,^..T..T.^..?..?..'..?<
. ...AfSAS* . * * * * IF ? i .
.?. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?jt
.j???, ?j.? J. ?J? ?J. ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J-, ?j? ?j< ?j. ?*? ?.j? ?J? ?J. ?j?,
Coleus-50c. per dozen: 12 dif
ferent colors. Promp* delivery. Mrs.
Paul (..Hilson, Seneca, S.C., Itt.I.-ad
-Mayor and Mrs. J. 'M. Moss at
tended the commencement exercises
at Clemson College this week.
- Miss Sarah Moss, of Anderson,
spent the week-end with ber father.
J. M. Moss, and family.
--.Mrs. .1. A. Stock spent a short
while in Greenville last Sunday as
i li o guest ot' Misses Maud and Bullio
Moss.
- For Sale - One 36-inch Cole
?corn mill, complete. Can be seen in
j operation: first-class condition. Tho
West Union Oil Mill.-adV.-23-2L
i ?-Miss isabel Macaulay, of Ander
son, spent the past week-end with
i her motlier, Mrs. Hettie Macaulay, in
I Walhalla.
- Mrs. H. C. Busch has been quite
ill for the past week, but is some
what improved now, to the delight
of her many friends.
-Read the announcement of tho
Norman Dry Goods Store this week,
which will be found on the first page.
Great bargains in shirts at S9c.
-'Dr. Glyinph, the leading eye
sight specialist of Anderson, will be
j here again next week. Read li is ad.
; ill another column.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lake, of
Ninoly-Slx, arrived in Walhalla last
weok and will spend tin; summer at
the home ol' Mrs. Lake's parents, Mr.
; mid Mrs. II. c. Busch.
j . Ono good second-hand Kord
truck ami louring car, 1920 model;
lone Manson touring car. Prices are
right on these cars. Creen Motor
Co., Walhalla, S. C. adv.
- Miss Frances Karlo and her bro
thers, .1. |{. Karie, .ll'., and W. H.
Karie, have been visiting Mrs. M. A.
Merin, their grandmother, at Cleve
land, Ca., and relatives in Allanta for
the past week.
--.Mrs. I lett io Macaulay left yes
terday morning for Columbia and
Orangeburg, to be absent for about
a month, she will visit relatives and
friends in Columbia ami spend some
Limo in Orangeburg with her daugh
ter. Mrs. ,1. C. Perri.-..
Rev. Ii. W. Langston and chil
dren have nd urned to their home in
Walhalla aiier an enjoyable visit ?o
Hie former's sisters, Mrs. R. M.
Hughes, ol' Creer, and Mrs. A. S. Ag
in w. of Creen ville. While away Mr.
Langston attended the Furnian com
me: Cement.
Married, on sunday. May 28th,
l ; Ni tary Public Kenneth Heaton,
\1 it tie Lou i'.rown, ot Ander
son, and Wade lltilcliin, of Walhalla
Lon''- 'ile groom is a son ol .1.
H. Hutchili and is a promising young
.' t e r ol' his section, The young
ci tiple h ive a hos: ol' friends to wish
i lcm wei: on their journey through
lifo
LAWTON
S
nd EXTRACTS.
Grocery Go.
-Mrs. Lena Puckhaber and Miss |
Maggie Brandt attended the dedica- j
.ion of tho Lutheran church in Green
ville Sunday.
- Mrs. M. R. Ethridge, of Colum
bia, was tbe guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Monroe McDonald, for sever
days last wook.
--Miss Lucy Frances Blackwell, of
Riehland, is visiting ill Walhalla this
week tit the home of i.Mr. and Mrs. M.
R. McDonald.
- Mrs. ii, Y. Vance, of Greenville,
is spending this week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Nqiiiian.
Mrft. Vance is accompanied by her
young daughter.
-Circle No. 2 of the 'Presbyterian
church will hold a business meeting
Thursday (to-morrow) afternoon nt
.I o'clock, nt tho home of Mrs. J. H.
Darby. Members aro urged lo bo
present. . -
-The best bargains of tho season
-extra Hue shirts at S?c. euch for
ten days; also other bargains at tho
pi Ice of S!>c, many of these articles
being regualr $1,50 artlcles.--4jiidv.
-S. J. Barker, of Calhoun, silent
last Sunday In 'Walhalla with his
family* nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Marett. Mr. Barker Intends In
tho near future to move his family to
Calhoun, which fact will be greatly
regretted by ninny friends hore
-J. H. Allen, of the Westminster
section, was among the business vis
itors in Walhalla 'Monday. Mr. Allen
ls "not (tuite ready at present," he
said, "to aiinounco my candidacy,
but I'm thinking over the matter of
entering the race for the House." So
there is at least a prospect of a three
cornered race for the House. And
there are others "thinking."
. -That Mrs. Paul Oillison, of Sen
eca Route I, raises some lovely col
eus we are lu position to state, she
having sent twelve beautiful speci
mens, each of a different variety, to
us. Mrs. Gillisou raises coleus for
sale, and it" you are in need of some
thing illili will make a beautiful pot
plant or porch hex. you cannot do
better I han to get sollie of Mrs. Gll
lison's own growing. We have never
seen liner or hardier plants than the
ones she sends out. I
-- There will be regular preaching
services at the First Baptist church
ol* Walhalla next Sunday morning at
I 1 o'clock. After a very enjoyable
and profitable vacation the pastor.
Dev. L. W. Langston, has returned
to his work here. He earnestly urges
all of the members of his church to
bc present next Sunday, and visitors
are cordially invited to attend. He
cause of the revival services at. Hie
Methodist church there will be no
evening service in the Baptist ehrlich.
- On Saturday. May 27th, the
death angel entered the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Kelley and took away
the spirit of their little son, -Edwin,
?'ged one year. All that loving hands
could do was done to stay the/hand
of death, but in vain. The calichad
codie for the spirit of the little one,
and Cod claimed His own. Tho fune
ral took place on Sunday, May 28th,
and the little body was laid to rest
In the Neville cemetery In the pres
ence of a number of sorrowing rela
tives and friends. Rev. D .A. Jeff
coat, of the Methodist church, con
ducted the services. The bereaved
parents have the sympathy o< niafty
friends in their sorrow.
-The members of the Paul Hayne
Circle enjoyed a delightful afternoon
cn June 2d, when Miss Daisy Strong
was hostess to the club. Roll-call
was responded to with short stories
of Revolutionary characters, after
which tho following program was en
joyed: Paper, "South Carolina's Part
In Winning l?de? adelice," by Mrs.
Dendy; road li "Tho Butilo of
King's Mountain, by Mrs. Mess: pa
per. "Sketch of Life of Henry Laur
ens." written by Mrs.Hamilton; 'end
ing, "The, Swamp 'Fox," by Miss
Stribllng. Several business matters
were disposed of, after whi<.' the
club adjourned and enjoyo:! a ociar
hour. Miss Strong served a tempting
and delicious salad course, with
grape juice. Each guest Voce! ved a
beautiful souvenir basket decorated
with sweet peas and filled with s ilted
nuts.
-There are many here and else
where who will learn with regret of
the passing away of Miss Wilhchnena
Elizabeth Wiebens, which- sad event
occurred on May 2Sth, at 10 a. m.,
at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. R.
Duncan, of West Union. Miss Wie
bens was born in Cliarles'.ou on the
1.1th ot April, IS IT, having passed
her four score years and ten. Sho
celebrated her 7."<th birthday on the
nth of April of this year. Sin- was
a member of tho Lutheran church,
and ber remains were laid to t at in
?ho [.ut beran cemetery here, li ir pas
tor, Kev. W. B. Anil, conducti ; the
funeral and interment servi She
is survived by one brother, Fri Wie
bens, ol' San Diego. Cal., . : one
sister, Mrs. .1. ft. Duncan, ot '.Vost
Union, with, whom she lind n ide her
home for a number of yea rs The
horca ved ones have the synip;i liy of
many friends In their hour ol sor
row.
-Mrs, Chas. A. Hetrick u is hos
tess al a lovely rook party on Wed
nesday afternoon. May 21th, Pi com
pliment to Miss Florence llertick, a
charming bride-elect of .lune, Tho
rooms where tho guests were receiv
ed were effect i vely decorated in
sweetpeas and roses, carrying out a
color scheme of pink and white.which
color.", were also used in the delight?
fill ref reshments of block crea ni and
cakes. Each plate was made more
lovely by miniature wedding bolls
filled with pink and white minis, and
on closer examination the bell clap
per was found to conceal th<. fol
lowing announcement; "Miss Flor
ence lletrbk Mr. Wilbur White-.
June 7th, 1922." Miss liol rick was
given by the hostess a beautiful bou
doir set of linen and llllet lace. Two
prizes were given for highest and
lowest scores, which were gracefully
presented to tho fair honor guest by
tho winners. About forty guests en
joyed Mrs. Hetrlck's gracious hos
pitality.
-Tho forty-two club will moot
with .Mrs.. C. H. Humphries Friday
afternoon, Juno 9Hr, at 1 o'clock.
1-Miss Kato Smith, who lins been
teaching in tho Vtctor-Monaglnin
schools at Arlington, S. C., is at
homo with her parents. Mr. und Mrs.'
A. T. Smith, of West Union.
-Master EthrUlge McDonald, who
has boen quite ill for several weeks,
is reported better and on tho road to
recovery. We hope soon to seo thc
little follow his bright and healthy
self again.
-C. H, J ayn es is in Asheville, N.
C., for a few days with Mrs. Jaynes.
who is there fur her health. Mor
many friends will be glad to learn
that she is reported considerably im
proved.
i -'G. E. Rhodes spent a short while
last Smugly In tireen wood, where he
met -Mrs. Rhodes and children, who
havo boen visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.
P Crisp In Newberry, returning io
'Walhalla with his family in tho even
ing.
1-Mrs. L. Wi Langston has return
ed from Florence, where she has
been at the bedside of her father,
Col. C.P. Quattlebauni, who has been
critically ill in tho Florence Hospi
tal. After a very serious operation,
Col. Quattlebauni ls improving, and
hopes soon to bo able to be out of
the hospital.
- We've got the bargains of the
season in fine shirts. Going at Sile,
for the next ten days at Norman's
Dry Goods Store, Walhalla. ' You'll
regret lt if you do not got your share
of these bargains. Also other articles
-many regular $1.50 values- -going
nt S'Jc. for the next ten days. Sale
starts to-day (Wednesday), and will
end Saturday, June 17tb.--adv.
--Owing to tho fact that special
services are being held at the Metho
dist church this week, I li s tor Lang
ston, of tho Rap its I church of Wal
halla, has .-ailed ort" the regular Wed
nesday night . prayer service at his
church, lt Is'his hope that his con
gr?gation will join in the services at
the Methodist church.
- Mrs. Kate Doll McAlister and
her daughter, Catherine, have re
turned to ?heir home in Columbia,
a.u-r spending some weeks with Miss
May Boll. They came up to be with
their mother and grandmother, the
Into Mrs. 13. A. Bell, during her last
Illness. This "Mother in Israel" was
called to her reward recently nt the
age of eighty-live. "Her children rise
up and call her blessed."
- Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Melburg
and little son. and Mr. and Mrs.. Mar
tin Puckhaher left last Wednesday
for Charleston to spend two weeks
with relativos. They drove through
tho country in Miss Maggie Brandt's
Ford sedan. They left Walhalla at
3.30 a. m., arrived in Columbia at
9.?Hi a. m., and were comfortably
settled in the City by the Sea at 1.30
in the afternoon.
- From, the Tampa (Fla.) Trib
une of May 31 we take tho follow*-;
lng brief extract from an extended
account of the graduating exercises
of the "Woodrow Wilson Junior
High School": "John L. McWhorter,
associate editor of tho Tribune, made
a brief and appropriate talk, and lt
was he who presented the diplomas
to the graduates, llfty-seven lu num
ber, among these being his son, John
Sam McWhorter." Both Mr. Mc
Whorter and his son are well known
to many in Oconee, and we join with
others In congratulating tho young
man on having completed the first
step In his education, and wish for
him success in his future steps in his
preparation for lifo's work and use
fulness.
-One of the prettiest parties of
the season was (ive tables of rook,
entertained hy Miss Marion lletrick
In honor of her cousin. Miss Florence
lletrick, whose murringo to Wilbur
D White will bo an interesting event
Of this week The house throughout
was beautiful y decorated with bas
kets and vases lilied with yellow and
white daisies, this being tho color
motif for the afternoon. Tho attrac
tive honoree was given a lovely pair
of linen embroidered pillow cases.
Tho prize for highest score was a
beautiful hand-made guest towel, and
for lowest a dainty handkerchief,
both of which were presented to Miss
lletrick. A dolilcotlS fruit salad
course with iced ten was served by
the hostess, assisted hy her sister,
uMiss Buth IHetrlck. Souvenirs of
this pretty party were little y?llow
baskets tilled with yellow and white
candies.
(Other Local Items on 1th Page.)
Rest (Basses Relieve Eyestrain.
Dr. Glyrnph,
Of Anderson, S. C.,
Tiic Old Reliable
Eyesight Specklist
nm.- ?M> id vrunAaffOirwsKr? Mouvras MW t i rnvsnMur.ianMfnvjrAJ
-WILD BK AT
Norman's Drug Store,
Walhalla, S. C.,
One Day Only-Tuesday,
June 13th.
Anderson Bros/ Drug Store,
Westminster, S. C.,
One Day Only-Wednesday,
June 14th.
Have your Eyes examined and
Glasses fitted now and get your
Eyes strong before the hot
summer months come on. My
prices are always satisfactory,
EXAMINATION FREE I
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1
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*
Wc 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?
Whitmire-Marett Hdw. Go.
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
WESTMINSTER WALHALLA
(Phono No. 30.) - (Phoiio No.il.)
SOUTH CAROLINA' .
Farming [loder Boll Weevil
TEM STEPS TO TAKE
PLANT FEWER ACHES
PREPARE LAX J) WELL
FERTILIZE LIUERA ULY
CI'LT 1 VATE FREQUEXTIiY
LEA RX TO rOISON!
USE EA ULY VARIETIES
PLANT EARLY
KILL EARLY WEEVILS
GATHER DAMAGED SQUARES
DESTROY STALKS EARLY!
= F I G- H T =
A FARMER CANNOT (JROW COTTON UNDER ROLL WEEVIL
CONDITIONS UNLESS HE IS WILLLING TO FIGHT.
THE THINGS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO DO TO SUCCESSFUL
LY CONTROL THE ROLL WEEVIL .MUST BE DONE AT THE TIME
THEY SHOULD RE DO XE.
COTTON GROWING HY THE EASY-GO-L?CKY METHOD IS A
THING OF THE PAST. THOSE WHO ARE FIGHTERS AND WILL
STA Y HY THE JOH 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.
1
1888
1922
"What A Charming Home!"
Folks may say this about your house, if you keep it well
painted. You not only add to its beauty, but mote import
ant, protect the surface from rot and decayX
Lucas Tented Qloss Retint
will "save thc surface" and beautify at the same time. It
is real economy to use it, because of its long life and great
durability.
Give us die opportunity of estimating the amount needed?
JPmimim iii
FOR SALE, BY
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
Not leo ls lioroby given Hint tho un
dersigned will n nko application to
V. E. Martin, Juego of Probate, for
Oconeo County, in ?.bo State of South
Carolina, at his ortco at Walhalla
Court House, on Saturday, tho 1st
day of JULY, 1922. or as soon
thereafter as said application can bo
he.trd, for lenvo to mako Final Set
tlement of the Estate of C. T. Rlcboy,
Deceased, and obtain Final Dlschnrgo
ns Administrator of said Estate.
J. F. RICHEY,
Adminlstrntor of tho Estate of C. T.
Richey, Docoased.
Juno >, 1022. 23-20
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
Notice ls hereby given Gmt tho un
dersigned will mako application to
V. F. Martin, Judgo of Probate for
Oconeo County, In the Stato of South
Carolina, ut his odlco at Walhalla
Court House, 0n FRIDAY, tho 3 0th
day of JUNE, 1922, nt 1J o'clock
In tho foronoon, or as soon there
after ns said application can be
! board, for leave to rhako final settle
ment of tho Estnto Of ALLEN KINO,
Dccoasod, and obtain Final Dischargo
ns Administrator of said Estate.
W. E. HOPKINS,
Administrator of tho Estnto of Allon
King, Deceased.
May 31, 1922. ' 22-25

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