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"TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FALLOW AS THE MCHffi
By Steck, Shclur HugliM & Shclor.
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNj
IQ to 331
CUT IN PRICES.
Wc have made a big reduction in the price of
goods in our store, which includes the price on all new
Seasonable Goods, We had planned for the biggest
fall business we ever had. Our store is full of standard
advertised goods, made by the leading firms in the
United States at the price of unknown makes, which
takes the risk out of buying. We have had and are
having the biggest trade in the history of our business.
You will always find a rush in our store. We are go
ing to turn our immense stock of goods into money re
gardless of profit or loss to us.
Extra Special-We *>auve ?ve.r ?SMOM
* worth ol Army Goods
awarded to us on bids from the U. S. Government al
ready received and in transit at a ridiculously low price.
C W. & J. E. Bauknight,
WALHALLA, S. C.
IT PAYS TO BUY FOR CA?H.
Wagons, Buggies, Harness
Wire, and Chickenyj
Cement, Brick, Cedar Shingles,
Metal Shingles, Composition
FARM IMPLEMENTS. PAINTS and OILS.
-See the Above to go at Right Prices.
R. K. NIMMON8,
. SEISTEC-A., S. C. .
Sale of Hosiery
Direct to the Public.
from Now Until Further Notice, from
9 to 4 O'clocK.
One-Half of What You Arc Now Paying.
Sale at Our Mill.
MH.TH.ICH I?QHIEI1TT IE IEJUB
Walhalla, S. C.
Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton.
Also have ample warehouse facilities for
storing cotton. See me if you want to
either sell or store,
Office in Moss & Ansel's Store.
BAYLIS W. HARRISON,
Walhalla, S. C.
Sept. 27, 1920.-39-tf.
COTTON GINNING HY STATES.
i>etaiio<i Statement with Figures to
Show Total 1010 Ginning*.
Washington, Oct. tl.-Tho follow
ing detailed statement has been is
sued from the Census Bureau, de
partment of crop estimates, showing
cotton ginned to Sept. 25th, State
by State, with the total ginning fig
ures for the years. 1919, 1918 and
1917, with the estimate made hy the
department for the 1920 crop. Tho
detailed statement ls as follows:
State and Ginnirigs Glnnings
Year. to Sept. 25. for Year.
1920. 84,033 .
1919 . 138,701 716,655
1918. 259,676 789,265
1917 . 96,936 520,906
Estimated crop 1020-742,000.
1920 . r.,622 .
1919. 3,588 58,472
1918. 1,204 54,215
1917 . 35 21,110
Estimated crop 1020-120,000.
1920. 56.558 .
1919. 63,550 867,177
1918. . .-. . 198,679 957,118
1917. ... 47,065 963,587
Estimated crop 1020-1,110,0001
1920. 6,808 .,
1919 . 5,345 69,082
1918. 4,571 71,479
1917. 1,526 58,974
Estimutcd crop ?020-70,000 (not
Including Lower California.)
Florida - ,
1920. 3,124 .i
1919. 5,154 17,317
1917. 0,658 34,961
1917 . 13,767 48,178
Estimated crop 102O-25,000.
1920 . 27G.411 .
1919 . 539,796 1,678,758
1918. 626,527 2,117,860
1917. 682,1 18 1,885,061
Estimated crop 1020-1,082,000.
19 1.9. . . ....... ??IMS*,...^rffcQMSji I
. 1918. . ... 176,862v f 58?;608 |
1917 . 153,822 629,719
Estimated crop 1020-430,000.
1920.,... 93,997 .
1919 . 1 21,1 25 950,907
1918. 289,906 1,193,122
1917 . 114,261 886,259
Estimated crop 1020-807,000.
1920. 239 .
1919. 1.S20 62,867
1918. 4,484 59,797
1917 . 225 58,937
Estimated crop 1020-80,000.
1920 . 31,701 .
1919. 80.7S2 857,253 i
1918. 78,709 919,338
1917. 27,827 656,656
Estimated crop i?20-700,000.
? 1920. 05.372 .
1919 . 82,953 1,002,178
1918 . 155,601 585,149
1917 . 47,962 955,342
Estimated crop li>2<>-1,1:10,000.
1920 . 171,112 .
1919 . 330,971 1,462,277
1918. 351,924 1,581,726
1917 . 234,504 1,257,176
Estimated crop 1020-1,205,000.
1920 . 820 .
1919 . 7,134 308,408
1918 . 45,185 317,962
1917 . 85 238,806
Estimated crop 1020-305,000.
1920. 1,362,021 .
1919. 401,998 2,960,335
1918. 1,570,222 2,610,337
1917 . 1,191,525 3,0 11,726
ItaOmated crop 1020-3,583,000.
Crop Condition in Oeonee.
The condition of the crop in Oeo
nee is given as 7 6 per cent of nor
mal on Aug. 25th and as 65 per cent
on Sopt. 25th, showing a net deter
ioration of 11 points during the 30
(?inning in Oconeo.
A tabulation of tho cotton ginning
reports for tho county of Oeonee
shows that there were 90 bales gin
ned In this county, from the crop of
1 920. prior to Sept. 25th, as com
pared with 2,594 bales ginned in
Oeonee. of tho crop of 1919, prior
to the 25th of September, 1919.
John C. Sanders,
S. C. Ginning by Counties.
County- 1920. 1919.
Abbeville ./ 1,864 4,397
Aiken . 11,595 16,004
Allendale . 5,636 10,206
Anderson . 2,894 1 3,422
Bamberg . 6.993 12,222
Barnwell . 9,3 69 15,121
Borkoloy. 1,113 1,605
Calhoun . 7,975 12,028
Charleston . 27 1,276
Cherokeo . 81 950
Chester . 1,196 3,840
Chesterfield . 3,849 7,012
Clarendon . 8,852 14,593
Colleton . 1,582 4,035
Darlington . 3,355 10,324
Dillon . 4,920 13,160
The even distribution of weight in the Samson Truck assures
tire economy and fuel economy at all times.
We have just received our first shipments of
Both in 1 1-4 ?nd 3-4 ton capacity.
These Trucks are radically different from anything that has ever been
offered in this country. Tiley have 33 per cent more loading space
than any other truck of the ?ame capacity. When a Samson is loaded
to capacity, 45 per cent of the load is on the front wheels. No other
truck is so evenly balanced.
? Also we have just received one car of Model 1M[ \2-25 Samson
Tractors. These tractors are as easily handled as an automobile. If
you are in any.way interestecj in a Farm Tractor you should see this
?eiraiecoron tire^w^sonmsier- w amana roa*
If you are interested in belt power you now have a chance to se?*
what a REAL TRACTOR will do. *
1 1-4 Ton Truck, $1,185. j? 3-3 Ton Truck, $865.
Model M Tractor, $1,060. Ali F. O. B. Factory.
ARTHUR BROWN, WAUKABA.
Dorchester . 2,522
Edgelleld . 4,207
Fairfield . 2,001
Florence . 3,937
Georgetown . 391
Greenville . 305
Greenwood . 2,419
Hampton . 2,9 05
Horry . 188
Jasper . 254
Kershaw . 4,8 80
Lancaster . 3 38
Laurens . 3,137
Lee . 0,562
Lexington . 5,908
McCormick . 857
Marion . 1J">79
Marlboro . 9,316
Newberry . 3,3 49
Oconeo . 90
Ornngoburg . 21,225
Picketts . 23
Richland . 6,399
Saluda . 3,2 97
Spartanburg . 950
Sumter . 7,7 82
Union . 052
Williamsburg .... 4,1 OG
York . 571
Totals for State ..171,151
JUKOItS FOR COMMON PLEAS
Court-First Week October 18 and
Second Week Hoging Oct. 25th.
.Last Wednesday afternoon petit
jurors for the two weeks of Common
Pleas Court for Oconee were drawn.
Judge Frank B. Gary, of Abbeville,
will preside over this term of Court,
which will embrace two full weeks
if so much time be necessary for
the transaction of the civil business
that is on the Common Pleas dockol.
Tho first week of the October term
of Common Pleas will opon on next
Monday, Oct. 18th. The names pub
lished below constitute the list of
First Week .Jurors.
Ables, C. M., Seneca.
Adams, A. M., Seneca.
\dams, .1. A., Westminster, Rt. 5,
Mexandcr, W. T" Walhalla Rt. 1.
Barron, J. M., Seneca.
Brown, S. H., Seneca, lt. F. D.
Burns, Thomas, Seneca H. F. H.
Busha, J. A., Westminster B.P.I). ,
Campbell, J. E., Senoca U. F. I). j
Clark, N. W., Fair Play. (
Fl rod, H. J., Seneca. ,
England, B. M., Westminster.
Gaillard, J. L., Newry. >
Garrison, I. h., Walhalla, Rt. 2.
Gibson, G. M., Westminster R.P.D,
Qrahatn, J, W., Seneca.
Harper, J. E., Seneca.
Monea, George,Westminster R.F.D
Hubbard, Grover, Richland.
Hughes, Pat, Seneca Rt. 1.
Hughes, S. N., Richland.
Knox, S. H., Seneca.
lawrence, T. S., Seneca.
Mauldln, B. D., Soneca.
Moar?s, A. N., Westminster.
Morris, H. O., Seneca R. F. D.
Moss, .las. M., Walhalla.
Murphree, W. M., Walhalla Rt. 3.
Nimmons, T. R., Seneca.
Orr, J. D., Mountain Rest.
Owens, C. R., West Union Rt. 1.
Sanders, R. M., Walhalla Rt. 1.
Shirley, P. H., Westminster.
Simpson, J. Olin, Sonecn.
Simpson, Mason, Walhalla R.P.D.
Tollison, J. S., Seneca R*. 1.
Second Week Jurors.
The following gentlemen were also
lrawn to serve as petit Jurymen, to
)o called for the second week of the
lommon Pleas Court, which will opon
)D Monday, the 2 fi th of October:
Howie, R. L" Sonecn R. P. D.
Brock, J. A., Seneca.
Cater, J. H., Seneca R. P; I").
Collins, O. C., West Union Rt. 1,
Cowan. J. J. I)., Walhalla Rt. 2.
Haly, B. A., Seneca.
Davis, T. R., Westminster.
Dickard, J. H., Walli a Ha Rt. 3.
Dillard, Ernest, Clemson College.
Ellison, C. H.i Soneca.
Fricks, J. B., Madison.
Hammonds, M. L., Seneca Rt. 1,
Holley, T. W.. Westminster R.P.D.
Hunt, B. E., Walhalla.
Johnson, C. E., Seneca R. P. D.
Jones, T. B., Soneca.
King, L .C., Mt. Rest Rt. 2.
Kliby, Richard, Sonoca.
Ranford, E. H., Wost Union Rt. 1.
Lecroy, T. W., Walhalla Rt. 3.
Lyles, C. W., Madison Rt. 1.
Lynch, G. A., Soneca Rt. 1.
Marett, K. W., Westminster.
Meares, W. E., Westminster.
Miller, Oscar, Soneca Rt. 5.
Morgan, W. J., Westminster R.F.D.
McCarley, W. IL, Westminster R.
Peay, J. R., West Union Rt. 1.
Phillips, J. S., Long Creek.
Phillips, L. V., Long Creek.
Quarles, S. R.i Wost Union. *.
Reid, C. W., Walhalla.
Robinson, J. B., Seneca.
?Rowland, J. N., Walhalla.
Smith, J. A., Wostmlnstor Rt. 4.
Strlbling, C. S., Seneca.