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FOR SALE- 200 bushels Corn.
Soe A. C. CALLA I TAM, Westminster,
S. C., Rt. 2._23-24?
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C._26-tf
(FOR SALE-'Frosh Young Thor
oughbred white and black Jersey
Cow. Mrs. W. D. SCHM1D, Walhalla,
S. C., Routo 1._24_
FOR SALE-Several hundred bun
dles of Three-hand Fodder at $2.50
per hundred. MARCUS KING, Wal
halla, Route No. I._24*
HEMSTITCHING and Pccotlng.
All work carefully and promptly
done. MRS. "J. E. 'HOPKINS, Son
eca, S. C. _20-25?
FOR RENT-7-"Room House, Barn
and Garage. Electric lights. Maul
din St., Walhalla. Apply to J. L.
MOSER, Walhalla, Rt. 1. 16-tf
FOR SALE-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead of the boll wee
vil. See W. L. VERNDR, Walhalla,
NOTICE.-Tho Keowee Courier isl
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FOR SALE-Millions Porto Rico.
Nancy Hali and Triumph Potato
Plants, 75c. per 1000, f.o.h. Vnldosta.
DDK HIS PLANT COMPANY. Vnl
dosta, Ga. _ 23-24*
SURVEYING.-The best time to
have that little job of Surveying
done, and to locate your farm lines,
is now. W. M. FENNELL, Surveyor,
Walhalla, S. C._22-25*
FOR SALE - House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and ErvIn streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains one acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 44-tf
LBFT IN BUGGY-At tho Salem
church, second Sunday lu June, black
Pocketbook containing nail Hie and
watch bracelet. Notify Mrs. BESSIE
MCMAHAN, Walhalla, S. C., and get
WANTED-Ono or two livo, reli
able mon In every town in tho coun
ties of Oconeo, Pickens and Ander
son, to represent The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Llboral terms, Experienced men
preferred. Apply to \V. H. HUGHS,
Richland, S. C. 13-tf
WARNING.-The public ls hereby
not!lied and warned not to hire or
harbor LON KAY, colored, a minor,
who has left my employ without my
consent, after being tinder contract,
with parents' approval, to work for
mo (luring 10 22 crop season. JOHN
L. SMITH, Salem, S. C. 21-25!
MEN AND WOMEN to handle city
trado and retail tho original and gen
uino Watkins Products, Remedies,
Extracts, Spices, Toilet Requisites,
Household Specialties, Automobile
Accessories, etc. Over 150 guaranted
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 odor and what
it means to you. THE J. Ft. WAT
KINS CO., Dept. 7 7, New York. N.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Maillditi Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON; THE FOURTH SUN
DAY Ol'' EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance.... 9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.lo.co a. m.
Reverend Thomas J, Mackin,
P. O. Pox 82, Anderson, s. c.
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4? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?$.
- Mrs. E. 0. Counts, of Prosper
ity, is spending this week with her
daughter, Miss Ethel Counts, in Wal
-Rieppe Biematin, of Rock Hill,
spent tho past week-end in Walhalla
visiting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. 'Hughs, nnd among other rela
tives and numerous friends.
-We've got the bargains of the
soason in fine shirts. 'Going at 8(Jc.
for tho next few days at Norman's
Dry Goods Store, Walhalla.-adv.
-Miss Mayrae Douglas, of Winns
boro, has been visiting Miss Eula
Todd for several days. Miss Douglas
also visited In the Earle's Grove com
munity, where she expects to teach
this summer and winter.
-The following ladles of Oconee
are attending tho State Short Course
at Winthrop College: Mesdames W.
C. Mays, Fair Play; W. F. Casey and
Davis Martin, Westminster ; Misses
Bertie Harris, Westminster; Marga
ret 'Brandt, Walhalla, and Margaret
-'For Sale - One 36-inch Cole
corn mill, complete. Can be seen in
operation; first-class condition. The
West Union Oil Mill.-adv.-23-24.
-Rev. J. J. Beach will begin the
revival services at the Second Lap
tlst church in Walhalla on next Sat
urday at S p. m., and .continuo
through the next week. Ile will he
assisted hy J. A. Durham in Hie song
service. A cordial welcome is ex
tended to all to attend.
-Rev. J. R. Davis, of Diekens,
will preach at Mountain View Wes
leyan Methodist church next Satur
day evening at S o'clock, Sunday
morning at 1 l o'clock. Ou Sunday
afternoon at 2.30 o'clock he will
preach at. John Cannon's, in the
Roono's Creek section, and back at
the church Sunday night at 8 o'clock.
The public is cordially Invited to at
tend all theso services.
-Ono good second-hand Ford
truck and touring car, 1920 model;
ono Hanson touring car. brices are
right on these cars. Green Motor
Co., Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-At tho meeting of the executive
committee of tho South Carolina
Cotton Growers' Co-operative Asso
ciation, which mot in Columbia last
Friday, the ballots for district direc
tors of tho association were counted
and tho result declared. J. Wade
Drake, of Anderson, was elected di
rector for tho second district, which
comprises the counties of Oconee,
Pickens, Anderson and Greenville.
-Lovers of the Harry Cary West
ern pictures will have an opportunity
of seeing him in a super feature,
"Tho Fox," Wednesday (to-night)
and Thursday at Tho Star Theatre,
Seneca. This is ono of his newest and
best releases. On Friday The Star
will have Richard Darthelmess in
"Tolerable David," together with a
Peggy comedy. On Monday night of
next week Constance Talmadge will
appear in "Scandal," and on, Tues
day night Pola Negri will appear In
"One Arabian Night." These aro all
splendid pictures and are sure to
pleaso the most exacting.-adv.*
-Miss Lucille White will leave
to-morrow (Thursday) for Green
ville, where she will attend the Al
len-Sullivan nuptials, which happy
event will take place Thursday even
ing. Miss Allen will be pleasantly
j remembered hero, she having taught
school in Walhalla two years ago,
and she has many friends herd. Mr.
Sullivan is one of thc foremost young
business men of Westminster, being
cashier of the Westminster Rank. Ile
ls a son of Mrs. Paul P. Sullivan, of
Westminster. In advance of the hap
py occasion Tho Courier extends sin
cere and hearty congratulations and
thc best of good wishes.
A large gathering enjoyed an
all-day singing at tho now Salem
Baptist church last Sunday. Special
music was furnished hy R. M. and S.
M. Holding and the Higgins quar
tet ic. na weil as some excellent en
tertainment by local talent. Tho
?regular Sunday night service was
j largely attended an? enjoyed. T>
Lord'? Supper waa administered at
this time. The new church, which
ha? not long been completed, 1? a
credit to the Christian spirit of the
-Don't miss your share of the
bargains for, the next ten days at
Norman's Dry Goods Store, Wal
halla. Shirts at 89c; other articles
at similar reductions.-adv.
-Dr. and Mrs. J. W. -Bell, Miss
Eloise Strother and Mrs. William B.
Dell were receut visitors in Anderson
--The revival meeting at tho Wal
halla Second Baptist church has been
postponed until Saturday, Juno 17,
at 8 o'clock p. ru,
-We aro rcquosted to announce
that tho Rocky Knoll Missionary so
ciety will meet with Mrs. Geo. Mor
ton on Thursday afternoon, June 15,
al 3 o'clock. All members are urged
-The many friends of J. Coko
Kamploy will he glad to know that
ho is improving after a roc?nt opera
tion nt Johns Hopkins Hospital, Bal
timore, and hope for his speedy re
-?Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Gasquo and
littlo son, Herbert. Jr., of Laurons,
arrived In Walhalla last week and
are spending tho summer mouths at
the home of Mrs. Gasque's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. White.
-Miss Lucille White entertained
most delightfully on Saturday, Juno
3d, in honor of Miss Florence Het
rlck, who became the bride of Wil
bur D. Whito on June 7th. The oc
casion was a miscellaneous 'linen
-"The Song of a Shirt"-don't
stop to sing it. Come to our store
and get fine shirts at 89c. each. Nor
man's Dry Goods Store, Walhalla.
-Miss Carolyn Rogers ls spending
this week in Clinton, attending the
sessions of the Young People's Sy
nodical Conference, which convened
there on the 9th Instant. She was
appointed as a delegate from the
Auxiliary of the Walhalla Presbyte
rian church. Louis Seaborn is also
in attendance on this conference, he
being the representative from the
Sunday school of the Presbyterian
-The college boys and girls are
returning homo for tho summer va
cation. The young ladles and gen
tlemen who are being greeted by
their friends upon their return last
week are: Misses Frances and Edith
Carter, Caro Probst, Eugenia Moss,
Winthrop College; Joe Moss, Wm.
Stribling, .las. Alexander, Clemson
College: Margaret and Celeste Wick
liffe, of West Union, from Lander
College, and Miss Nell Wickliffe, of
West Union, from Coker College.
-Mrs. Caroline Blessing, Mrs. C.
J. Peters and Miss Edna Smith, of
Philadelphia, are guests this week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. ?. Het
rick, they having come dow*n to at
tend the wedding of their grand
daughter and niece, Miss Florence
Hotrlck, which took placer w^ndOS
day of last week. Those ladies have
?visited in Walhalla several times on
other occasions and have many
friends here who aro glad to see
them again. Mr. and Mrs. Peters at
one time resided hero for a period of
! -Rev. J. A. White, of Columbia,
and Prof. J. E. White,, of Atlanta,
spent some days in Walhalla last
week, the occasion of their visit be
ing the wedding of their son and bro
ther, Wilbur D.White, and Miss Flor
ence Hetrick. Rev. White ls a re
tired Methodist minister and with his
family has recently located at Col
lege Place, near Columbia.', Prof.
White ls a member of the faculty ol
I the Atlanta High Schools. The for
mer has returned to hi? home after
a brief visit to relatives at ?Easley
and the latter has returned to At
lanta to engage In summer school
work In that city.
-The following Item from "Red
and Black," the student paper ol
the University of Georgia, (Athens,)
of. Juno 4th, will be read with in
terest by the many friends of \Archl(
D Harkins, a son of Mr. and Mrs. J
D. Harkins, of Walhalla Route 2:
"O. C. Aderhold, of Lavonla, Ga.;
A. D. Harkins, of Walhalla, S C.. anc
Harold M. Morris, of Athens, wer<
Initiated Into Alpha Zeta, nationa
honorary agricultural fraternity, or
Tuesday evening. All aro high rank
lng students of the Agricultural Col
lego and have proved themselves, bj
the dlllgonce of their application ant
the vorsitility of their endeavors, t(
he well worthy of the honor bestowee
-One lot children's white tennii
oxfords, sizes S to lOV?, pair 55c.
one lot children's white tennis ox
fords, sizes 12 to 2. pair 60 cents
ono lot children's whito tennis strai
pumps, sizes 0 % to In, j j ; i i r 0 r> c.
one lot children's white lennhj strai
pumps, sizes 1 1 to L'. pair 7.*? cents
one lot ladies' whito ked-, sizes 3 l<
?'?. $1.25; one lot children's whin
canvas' slippers, leather soles ant
heels, both pumps and oxfords, size
.s Vu to il. pair !>Sc; one lot chll
(Iron's white canvas slippers, loathe
son's and hoots, both pumps and ox
fords, sizes I ! Vj to :.', pair $1.11)
Walk a block ?md save a dollar
'Maynes cut-, the price ?md soils th
- The many friends ni' Mr. am
Mrs. A. I.. Howland sympathisa wit)
them in ilu> hi.-s of their : ?by, Fran
ces. whoso doath occurred at tho!
homo in tho Victor-.Motiaghun villog
on Thursday night la ? it 10.1
o'clock. Tho lillie one ; . ? boon sid
for quito a u bi'.", but. ev< : hing thft
loving hands conl-! do ri. il,j not Sta
tlc hand of death, und her splrl
look Its lllrhl back ;<i lh< nae wlv
gave ]. LPtlo I'la m 03 v as only on
year obi ? : I on Ibo Sund ly follow
inc her .. i ii would he rounded on
her fin i hoi i year of lifo The IP"
body was laid io rest in tho Nevill
cemetery ia Insl Friday afternoon
ait r appropriate sorvici conducto
by llo\. A. \V. Parr, of tho Walhall
I Methodist church. We join with otb
. i friends in oxtonding ympathy t
j t ho borOtl ved ones.
. -Mr. ?nd Mr?. W. D. Whit? ?pent
M onda jr tn 'Walhalla, going from h or*
to Anderson yesterday. They will re
side in Anderaon.
-Mrs, George Gasrln, of Ashe
ville, N. C., ls visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, M.
Alexander. Miss Roberta darrin, of
Asheville, ls also visiting at the Alex
ander home this week.
-We are requested to announce
that there will be an ice cream sup
per at V. W. Elrod's, near New Hope
church, next Saturday, June 17, be
ginning ai 8 o'clock. The public ls
cordially invited to attend.
-.Men's, women's and children's
white tennis slippers, and womon's
and children's white pumps and ox
fords at J nynes* at the right price.
Seo thom. Walk a block and save a
dollar. 'Maynes cuts tho price and
sells the goods.'-'adv..
-?Prof. H. \V. Gasque, of Laurens,
who. with his family, arrived in Wal
halla last week, left yesterday for
Clemson College, where he will be
for six weeks engaged as one of the
Instructors in the summer school for
-We aro requested to announce
that there will be services at tho
Double Springs church next Sunday,
June 18th, at ll a. m. Rev. ll. P.
Uamby will conduct the services and
deliver the sermon. A cordial Invi
tation la exttonded to everybody.
-W. J. Stribllng, Jr., left last Sat
urday for Raleigh, N. C., where he
has accepted work with the North
Carolina Highway Department. Will
ls one of our young men of energy
and ability, and recently graduated
from Clemson College with honors.
His many friends wish for him suc
cess in his chosen field.
-Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Shep
herd, of Washington, D.C., announce
the marriage of their sister, Lola
.Roberta, to Fred J. Crenshaw, the
marriage having taken place on June
5th, 19'22. Mr. Crenshaw ls a son of
Newton Crenshaw, of Midway, but
has made his home In Washington
for a number of years. tHe has many
friends In Oconee who will Join The
Courier In extending congratulations
and all good wishes.
-Tho best bargains of the season
-extra fine shirts at 89c. each for
ten days; also other bargains nt the
price of 89c, many of these articles
being regular $1.50 articles. Nor
man's Dry Goods Store, Walhalla.
-Geo. W. Hughes, of Philadel
phia, arrived in Walhalla last Fri
day and is spending several days vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Hetrlck. He ls accompanied by his
son-in-law, Rev. Chas. II. Shaw, D.
I)., and wife and their son, Stanley
Mr. Hughes is a prominent manufac
turor in the city of Philadelphia and
Dr. Shaw is the pastor of one of the
Baptist churches in that city. They
came through tho country In their
car. and found the trip delightful.
Mr. Hughes has frequently visited
here before, and his many friends
aro glad to meet him again.
THE NEWS FROM SOUTH UNION.
Death of an Infant-Personal Items
of Interest Generally.
Westminster, R.F.D., June 12.
Special: The Ladles' Missionary so
ciety met with Mrs S. 'L. Burriss last
.Friday afternoon. A very interesting
program was carried out. The mem
bers of the society were glad to have
with them Mrs. Vester 13oardeu and
Mrs. W. S. Bearden, of Oakway. Mrs.
W .S. Bearden is our divisional pres
ident, and she gave an Interesting
and helpful talk. Wo hope to have
these ladies with us again in the near
Last 'Friday morning at about 3
o'clock the death angel entered the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Honey
and bore away the spirit of their
only child, little Dorothy Gwendolyn.
The little one had been sick about
ten days, suffering greatly during all
her illness. All that loving hands
could do was done for her, but God
knew best and Ho called her home
to Him. Little Gwendolyn was born
May 31, 1921, and was but a few
days over ono year old when she died,
She was a very bright child and was
loved by all who knew her. The sym
pathy of the entire community goes
out to tho yoyng patents in this time
of great sorrow.
Mrs. J, E. Moore and two childron,
of Greenville, are spending a week
with Mrs. Moore's father, H. F. Lof
Mrs. W. F. Casey and Miss Bertie
Harris left last Thursday for Rock
Hill as delegates from our Better
Community Club to 'Winthrop Col
lege to take the teiwlny short course.
J. H. Plylor, of Greenville, is visit
ing In the home of Mr a.nd Mrs. Ot
Those enjoying a very pleasant
fishing trip to Chandler shoals last
Monday night wore Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Marett, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris.
Misses Bertie Harris and Flora Cal
lahan!, and Aden Cole, Henry I larris
and lt. M. Colo.
Mrs. Sullivan and Miss Ruth Sul
livan, of Double Springs, spent last
Monday with tholr daughter and sis
ter. Mrs. Clyde Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. S. fi. Burriss spent
last Sunday in Hartwell, Ga.
Mrs. Have MeClanahan, of Ware
Shoals, is the must of ber father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. \\'. ||.
Mr. and Mrs. IL M. Gibson and
children, of Westminster, aro visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pruitt, of
Lavonln, Gu., spent the week-end
With Mrs. Pruitt's parents, Mr. .ind
Mrs. W. IL ("ra winni.
Farmers Demand Fall's Resignation,
Scotts Bluff, Nob., .lune 10.-'Ros
ignation of Secrolary Fall was de
manded in resolutions adopted ni
a mass meei lng of farmers and bust
liess men of Ibo North Platte Valley
to-day. They charged "unjust treat
ment, of farmers on irrigated lands
and lack of understanding of their
needs for relief.
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.
(Phono No. 30.) (Phono No. ll.)
SOUTH CAROLINA ?
Farming Under Boll Weevil
TEN STEPS TO TAKE
PLANT FEWER ACRES
PREPARE LAND WELL
LEARN TO rOISON!
USE EARLY VARIETIES
KILL EARLY WEEVILS
GATHER DAMAGED SQUARES
DESTROY STALKS EARLY!
A FARMER CANNOT GROW COTTON UNDER BOLL WEEVDIi
CONDITIONS UNLESS HE IS WILLUNG TO FIGHT.
THE THINGS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO DO TO SUCCESSFUL
LY CONTROL THE BOLL WEEVIL MUST BE DONE AT THE TIME
THEY SHOULD BE DONE.
COTTON CHOWING BY THE EASY-GO-LUCKY METHOD IS A
THING OE THE PAST. THOSE WHO ARE FIGHTERS AND WILL
STAY BY THE JOD WILL BE THE SUCCESSFUL COTTON GROWERS
OF THE FUT UH E.
AHE YOU A FIGHTER OR ARE YOU A QUITTER?
Bank of Walhalla. , Enterprise Bank.
Walhalla, S. C. W?lhalfa, S. C.
The Bank of West Union*
West Union, S. C.
"What A Charming Homer
Folks may say this about your house, if you keep it well
painted. You not ox'
ant, protect the surface from tot and decay.
Lucas Tinted Qloss tPaint
will * 'save the surface" and beautify at the same time. It
is real economy to use it, because ot its long life and great
Give us the opportunity of estimating the amount needed*
FOR. SALE, BY
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C,
NOTICE OE FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notleo is hereby giv?ll that tho un*
do reigned will make application to
v. P. Martin, Judge of Probate, for
Ocoaeo County, in tho State of South
Carolina, at li i H ?fllc? at Walhalla
('curt i louse, on Saturday, the 1st
day of JULY, 102?. pr as soon
thereafter as said application can bo
heard, for leavo to make Final Set
tlement of the Kalala of C. T. itichoy,
Deceased, and obtain Final Disoharno
I as Administrator of said Estate.
Si E. RICHEY,
Administrator of the Estate of C. T.
.lune 7, 1 022. 2:5-20
NOTICE OE FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will tua ko application to
V. F. Marlin, Judgo of Probate for
Oconeo County, in the Slato of South
Carolina, at his ofllce at Walhalla
Coilrt House, on EUI DAY, the ;50th
day of JUNE, 1922, at ll o'clock
in tho forenoon, or ns soon there
after as said application can bo
hoard, for loavo to ma ko final sottlo
nVont of tho Estate ot ALLEN KING,
Deceased, and obtain Final Dlschargo
ns Administrator of said Estafo.
W. E. HOPKINS,
Administrator of tho Estate of Allon
May 31, 1923.