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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
Advance Showing'
Correct Fall Modes
for the Wardrobe of a Gentleman.
Woolens Displayed in Full Length
Drapes.
! ' .
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight,
OCTOBER 25 AND 26.
G. F. WE ARN, "Globe Man" in Charge.
The Globe Tailoring Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
*
f-^
Wagons, Buggies, Harness
and Accessories.
Barb Wire, Hog and Chicken
Wire, Doors, Windows; Iiitfle;*
Cement, Brick, Cedar Shingles,
Metal Shingles, Composition
Roofing,
FARM IMPLEMENTS. PAINTS and OILS.
-See the Above to go at Right Prices.
R. K. NIMMONS,
i SENECA., S. C. J
Sals of Hosiery
DIRECT TO THE PUBLIC. W
-EXTRA SPECIAL
Ladies' Full Fashion Silk Hose.
EACH DAY
from Now Until Further Notice, from
9 to 4 O'clocK.-(Saturdays 9 to 12.)
THE PRICE
One-Half of What You Are Now Paying,
Sale at Our Mill,
MERRICK HOSIBZUT IEIIJLBJ
Walhalla, S. C.
NOTICE.
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.
JU ROUS FOR NOVEMBER; TERM.
Court of General Session* Will Con
vene Monday, November 1st.
The following petit Jurors were
drawn last week to serve during tho
first week of the Court of General
Sessions (Criminal Court), which
will conveno Monday,. Nov. 1st:
To Re Called Nov. 1st.
Alexander, J. Walter, Westminster
Route 4.
Barron, E. M., Seneca,
Blakeley, F. II., Westminster, Rt.2
Bryson, R. L., West Union.
Cleveland, H. E., Seneca R.F.D.
Collins, W. T., Salem.
Cren8haw, C. C., Seneca.
Elrod, G. L., Westminster R.F.D.
Galbreath, W. A., Sene?a R.F.D.
Gambrell, T. E., Westminster R.F.
D.
Glymph, L. M., Fair Play.
Grant, Ti J., Townvllle, Route 1.
Hubbard, F. L., Seneca Rt. 1.
Jones, W. L., Westminster Rt. 1,
Jordan, W. F., Westminster R.F.D.
King, J. L.| Westminster R.F.D.
Lee, D. M., Long Creek.
LeRoy, D. B., Seneca R. F. D.
Loftia. H. F., Westminster R.F.D.
Long, S. S., West Uinon Route 1.
Maxey. F. F., West Union Rt. 1.
.Miller, W. L., Walhalla R. F. D.
.Moore, C. C., Long. Creek.
Moore, J. A. (Bud), Seneca.
McAlister, L. T., Westminster Rt.4
Palmer, R. A., Wklhalla R. F. D.
Rice, W. T., Seneca R.F.D.
Rowland, IL W., Walhalla.
Sheriff, P. W., Westminster Rt. 2.
Shockley, J. C,. West Union.
Sluder, M. C., Newry.
Smith, W. IL, Madison, Route 1.
Snead, S. H., West Union. '?
Strlbling, J. P., Richland.
White, R. E., Seneca Rt. 1.
Wood, B. C., West Union Rt. 1.
First Week of Common Pleas
:onvened last Monday with Judge F.
3.'Gary presiding. There will be ari
>ther week of civil court interven
ng between the prosent week' ^nd
he November term. The 'Jurors for
he second week of Civil Court, to be
?eld next week, Oct. 25th, are as
ollows: . ' '
To Re Called Oct. 2j5tlj.
'**?roc^''^ A.l^^i?'c?''
Cater, J. IL, Seneca R. F. D.
Collins, O. C., West Union Rt. 1.
Cowan, J. J. D" Walhalla Rt. 2.
Daly, B. A., Seneca.
Davis, T. R., Westminster.
Dickard, J. E., Walhalla Rt. 3.
Dillard, Ernest, Clemson College.
Ellison, C. H., Seneca.
Fricks, J. B., Madison.
Hammonds, M. L" Seneca Rt. 1.
Holley, T. W., Westminster R.F.D.
Hunt, B. E., Walhalla.
Johnson, C. E., Seneca R. F. D.
Jones, T. B., Seneca.
King, L .C., Mt. Rest Rt. 2.
Kiiby, Richard, Seneca.
Lanford, E. H., Wost Union Rt. 1.
Lecroy, T. W., Walhalla Rt. 3.
Lyles, C. W., Madison Rt. 1.
Lynch, G. A., Seneca Rt. 1.
Marett, K. W., Westminster.
Meares, W. E., Westminster.
Miller, Oscar, Seneca Rt. 5.
Morgan, W. J., Westminster R.F.D.
McCarley, W. B., Westminster R.
D.
Peay, J. lt., West Union Rt. 1.
Phillips, J. S., Long Creek.
Phillips, L. V., Long Creek.
Quarles, S. R., West Union.
Reid, C. W., Walhalla.
Robinson, J. B., Seneca.
Rowland, J. N., Walhalla.
Smith, J. A., Westminster Rt. 4.
Strlbling, C. S., Seneca.
No Moro Court This Week.
The Common Pleas Court was ad
journed 'yesterday at noon for the
>nlance of I this week. There are a
lumber of casos that wore ready for
loaring, but several attorneys inter
istod in some of those cases are out
>f town engaged in tho trial of Inv
ariant damage suits In tho North
karolina court's, and could not bo
>resont at this time. Civil court will
>o in session next week again. Judge
5ary left Walhalla Tuesday after
loon, but will return Saturday or
Sunday.
--?. -
Rainfall and Temp?rature.
Below ls a record of meteorological
ibsorvations taken by H. W. Brandt,
o-operativo observer of the Weather
3ureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during tho week ending
)ct. 17th, 1920, at 7 p. m. (The
nstrumental readings are from gov
irnment standard instruments ex
posed in the manner recommended
iy the chief of the Weather Bureau) ;
Character of
Day.
late
Tempera
ture.
OJ
.a
bo
w
)ct. ll-Cloar.
)ct. 12-Cloar.
)ct. 13-Clear.
)ct. 14-Cloar.
)ct. 15-Clear.
)ct. 16-Clear.
)ct. 17-Clear.
Total rainfall
87
86
86
85
82
86
85
47
47
47
47
48
48
50
Eggs of tho turbot float on tho sea
iurfaco and aro hatched by tho sun.
Vron
*. The even distribution of weight in tho Samson Truck assures
tire economy and jud economy at all times.
have just received our first shipments of
SAMSON TttlTCKB.
Both in 1 1-4 and 3-4 ton capacity.
^?hese'*Trucks are radicafly different from anything that has ever been
ottered in this country. They have 33 per cent more loading space
n any other truck of the same capacity. When a Samson is loaded
capacity, 45 per cent of the load is on the front wheels. No other
ck isv so evenly balanced.
Ajsd we have just received one car of Model M 12-25 Samson
tactos. These tractors are as easily handled as an automobile. If
u are ?n any way interested in a Farrn Traetor
e? Iyj/c .pqlftngA saw
^Tnilk^
If you are interested in belt power you hSw ha ve a c
what a REAL TRACTOR will Jo,
1 1-4 Ton Truck, $1,185. j? 3-3 Ton Truck, $865.
Model M Tractor, $1,060. All F. O. B. Factory.
AKMtlJM BROWH, W?LMLL?.
OCONEH COTTON ASSOCIATION. 1
- I
dueting liii.st Saturday was largely ]
Attend?! by Farmers and Others. 1
_ i
A large crowd attended tho meet- !
ng of the Oconee Cotton Association
it Walhalla last Saturdny. (
J. P. Strlbling, president, oponed *
'.ho meeting and introduced G. Cul- 1
len Sullivan, Esq., of Anderson, who !
inado a most earnest, instructive and 1
mthuslastio speech in favor of the '
Export Corporation. All who hoard
Mr. Sullivan were impressed with the
Importance and feasability of this 1
splendid undertaking.
At the clOBe of the meeting sub
jcription blanks were passed around
md two thousand and ninety dollars
worth of stock In this corporation
?vas subscribed for. The president
ippolnted committees to solicit more
uibscrintlons throughout the county,
ind it is earnestly hoped that every
'armer and business man in Oconeo
;ounty will take as many shares of
.his stock as he possibly can. It is
?onfldently believed that this stock
viii provo a profitable investment for
my ono, and certainly the country at
WATCH TH
Rally
Is Co
largo r.nd every business Interest will
l>e benefited by tho advance In tho
price of cotton consequent upon [he
taking over by this corporation of
largo quantities of the staple for
mlpment to Europe. Those desiring
to purchase shares tn the Export
Corporation can procure the noces
lory blanks from their nearest com
mittee or from the president, J. P.
Stribling, Richland, or tho secretary,
1. B. S. Dendy, Walhalla. These gen
tlemen aro president and secretary,
respectively, of tho Oconoo Cotton
Association. The shares aro only ten
ilollars each. .
Soliciting Committees Appointed.
The following committees were ap
pointed to solicit stock subscriptions
for the Cotton Exports Corporation:
Walhalla-W. M. Brown, chair
man; J. B. S. Dendy, G. R. Briggs.
Seneca-J. J. Ballenger, chair
man; John T. Dyar, A. H. Ellison.
Westminster-M. L. Jones, chair
man; Dr. J. H. Johns, J. II. Barnett.
Lawlessness < 'ondonmcd.
The following resolution was unan
imously adopted by the Oconee Col
ton Association :
"Whereas, it is a matter of com
IS SPACE
Week
ming.
mon knowledge tlint n fow misguided
people aro resorting to and advising
others to resort to lawless methods
in tho destruction of proporty in
their attempts to keop cotton off tho
market; and,
"Whereas, it is tho sonso of this
meeting that such acts are not to bo
countenanced by law-abiding citi
zens: Therefore, be it
"Resolved, That the Oconeo Cotton
Association specifically denounces tho
burning, or threatened buming, of
gins or other property; and that wo
pledge ourselves to lend our moral,
and, if necessaVy, our financial sup
port for the suppression of any such
acts of anarchy among us."
Notes from Coneross.
Conoross, Oct. 18.-Special: Mr.
and Mrs. T. D. Alexander aro visit
ing relatives In Piedmont and Green
ville this week.
Mr.. and Mrs. J. S. Abbott had as
their guests recently Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Julian, of the Return section.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dalton, of Sen
eca; Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc Alister, lit
tle son, of Westminster; Ross Moon
and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al
good, of Plckens county; Mrs. Frank
McAlistcr, of -South Georgia, wore
recent visitors of Mr. und Mrs. S. M.
Hunnicutt.
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. L. Fahnestock
and little son, Thomas, of Groonvillo,
spent tho week-end at Woodlawn as
guests of Dr. T. G. C. Fahnestock.
Dr. I. IO. D. Andrews, of Westmin
ster, filled the pulpit at the regular
Saturday afternoon service hore. Ho
delivered a most eloquent mossago,
which was highly appreciated by all.
Wo hope to have Dr. Andrews with
us again.
Miss Clara IOskew and Mr. Simp
son, of Piodmont, visited Mr. and
?Mrs. T. D. Alexander last Saturday
and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Roach aro en
tertaining a llttlo daughter, who ar
rived at their home on Wodnosday.
the Kith.
Misses Selina Du Bose and Pearl
Hunsinger, of Groonvillo, spent tho
week-end in the homos of Mrs. Clara
Du Bose and Mrs. Sue Hunslngor.
Our Ti. Y. P. U. gave thoir regular
program at Wost Union on the invi
tation of Pastor Willis, of that placo.
At the conclusion of tho program
Pastor Willis organized a B. Y. P. U.
and we bospnak for him a very activo
union. Our young peoplo approclato
the kind attention and hospitality ol}
Pastor Willis. ._j

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