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Hy Stock, Shelor Hughs & Sholor.
"TO THINK OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW AS THE NI
WALHALLA, SOUTH OA BOLINA, >W
? HAY: THOU CANST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN."
AV, JUNE 2tt<I, 1020.
1_ai
NOW Sorlos No. 715.-Volmtm I.WI -V? .??
-Sweater Coats?
We have the largest and best
selected line of Ladies' Men's,
Boys' and Girls' Sweaters we
have ever carried at the right
price. It will pay you to see
them before buying.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight,
WALHALLA, S. .
IT PAYS TO BUY FOR CASH.
f-\
^^Car Cement_
Just arrived. j& Also Genuine
Beaver Board on hand.
?
^ SENECA, B. C. ' %
Sale of Hosiery
DIRECT TO THE PUBLIC. #
-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.
Walhalla, S. C.
NOTICE.
Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton.
Also have ample warehouse facilities for
storing cotton. See mc if you want to
either sell or store.
r-^, Office in Moss & Ansel's Store.
BAYLIS W. HARRISON,
Walhalla, S. C.
Sept. 27, 1920.-39-tf.
MOGUL WAGONS,
WIDE GAUGE, 00-INOH TRICAR,
BUILT FOIt SERVICE.
Vor the next 30 ?lays I will allow you Two Cont.s a Pound
above the local market price for Good White Cotton na pay
ment for Wagons,
J. C. RAMPLEY, West Union, S. C.
UP l'Hit OA KOLI NA CONFERENCE, j
Session Hold Last Week at Union. <
Appointments ol' Interest.
Union,' Nov. 8.-The Upper South j
Carolina Methodist Annual Confer-1
euee began formal sessions hero last .
Thursday, with devotional exercises
and Hie Sacrament of the Lord's,
Supper. . The sessions throughout
were well attended, and a deep spir
itual feeling, pervaded the confer
ence.
Practically every minister in the
conference was present. The first
session began at 9.30 o'clock, and
Bishop U. V. W. Darlington, of Hunt
ington, W. Va., presided.
Rev. B. R. Turnipseod, of Green
"wood, was re-eleCted secretary.
Those ministers in the supernume
rary and superannuated classes were
passed, as were also the men in the
first, third and fourth classes, except
one in the first year, who had not
completed his course of study.
A special collection, amounting
to mqre than $4 00, was taken for
Rev. J. R. Copeland, of Blackatock,
as he has been in very bad health for
several months;
The evening session was devoted I
to Sunday school work, with an nd- 1
o'ress by Miss Kennedy, of Nashville, |
Tenn.
President Wilson was tendered
the affection and sympathy of the
conference by the adoption of a reso
lution offered by Hon. C. C. Feather
stone.
Dr. J. S. Guilds, the newly elected
president of Columbia College, was
presented to tho conference and
made a .'.hort address.
Rev. J. T. Laurens, of the Baptist
church, was roceived into the Meth
odist church.
On Sunday the pulpits of the city
are to be filled by the ministers of
the conference.
The conference went on record, by
resolution, as favoring and urging
a strict censorship of motion pictures
to be accomplished by act of the State
Legislatu re.
Preachers for Anderson District.
At Gio close of the conference the
appointments for the year 1921 were
read out. Following are thc appoint
ments in full for Anderson .District: . J
. Presiding Hider-A. E. Holler.
Anderson-St. John's, A. N. Brim
son; Bothol, A. M. Smith; Orrville,.
S. G. Whittaker.
Antrevillo-W. A. Duckworth.
Calhoun Falls-J. T. Lawrence.
Contrul-W. F. Goodwin.
Clemson College-A. E. Driggers.
Honea Path-J. E. Mahaffey.
Lowndes vi He-N. G. Ballenger.
Pelzer-W. L. Maldigan.
Pendleton-J. P. Miller.
Piedmont-.1. C. Harmon.
Princeton-G. G. Harley.
Seneca-J. G. Connoley.
Starr-.1. W. Lewis.
Walhalla-E. P. Taylor.
Walhalla Circuit-D. A. .Teflcoat.
Westminster-R. L. Doggett.
Willianiston and Belton - J. F.
Henley.
Student, Emory University-W. F.
Harris.
-Prayer meetings to-night.
AGAIN "THE SALE OF SEALS."
Not a New Movement-Salo of Seals
xvut) Established in 1007.
Columbia, Nov. 9.-Special: The
19 20 Christmas Seal Sale is not a
new movement, says n statement is
sued by the executive committee of
the South Carolina Tuberculosis As
sociation. Since 19 07 they have been
sold to support anti-tuberculosis ac
tivities.
"We realize," says the association,
"that the people are tired of 'drives'
and 'campaigns.' Many organizations,
since the war, are raising great
amounts of money through drives
and campaigns. The Christmas Seal
sale is not a new movement. Tho
people know these little seals and
are anxious to buy them.
"Ninety-five per cent of the money
realized from the sale of tho seals
and health bonds will remain in our
own State of South Carolina. Tho
remaining five per cent goes to tho
National Tuberculosis Association,
with which the South Carolina Tu
berculosis Association is affiliated.
"Of the 95 p.or cent that remains
In South Carolina a very large per
cent of this is divided among tho
county associations.
"The five per cene that goes to the
National Tuberculosis Association is
used all around the globe. Wherever
the flag of the United States flies,
whether In tho Philippines, Porto
Rico. Hawaii. Alaska, Maine or Cali
fornia, the double-barred cross and
the National Tuberculosis Associa
tion aro there.
"It is an inspiration to feel that
South Carolina, along with other
States and Territories of Uncle Sam,
stands shoulder to shoulder In a solid
front against the tubercle bacillus.
This tiny germ, so insignificant and
Invisible, and yet so powerful, is
being gradually controlled, and wo
may look forward to tho day when
it will be completely under the sway
of man. Until that Hmo comes South
Carolina has a mission not only to
her own citizens, but to the citizens
of tho world."
- Prayer meetings to-night.
BROWNS BARGAINS!
m
SAW MILLS FOU SALK.
,. I have for immediate delivery
sovoral small Saw Mills, complete,
suitable for Tractor Power or any
Kize Steam Engine. These Mills are
cheap, and can bo bought on long,
easy terms. livery fariner who
owns any limber land should own
a. small Farm Saw Mill. Lumber
is'a quick salo proposition and at a
big wlce.
S KOO XI Ml A N1 > A V TOMO 111 LIOS.
A few Sceond-lluml Automo
bile? ut bargains-Kords, Dodges,
Nash Six, Nash Truck, Maxwell.
Come in and see these bargains.
For tho next few days I can
uso a few lllg Young Horses and
Mules, but they must, be young. 1
will trade tiny of tho ablive mer
chandise for Mules or Horses.
LET'S TKA DE
TRACTORS FOR MI LES.
1 also have a few Samson Trac
tors on band that 1 will trade for
timid Young Mules that havo plen
ty of weight. Hotter hurry if you
want a Samson Tractor. 1 sold
three to-day-Nov. tst. Tho other
Tractor men will not consider trad
ing for your Mules.
|?ome to see me and save money by doing business
in a mutual way.
ARTHUR BROWN, Walhalla.
P.S:-Have a Few Good Farms to Rent-Will Make Bale Cotton to the Acre.
"I
??? Rally
Novembe
FIRST BAPTI
_Walhall
SPECIAL I
Thursday, Uth, 7:30 F
Lecture
Sunday, J 4th, ?0 A.M.,
Speaker-Prof?
-i?
225 P
at Sunday Sci
COTTON GINNINOS SHOW LA KGK.
Over Million Halos Ahead of Imst
Year, UN of Dato N v. 1st.
Washington, Nov. 8.-Cotton gin
ned prior to Nov. 1 amounted to 7,
471,352 running bales, counting
round as half bales, which numbered
160,748, and including 23,438 bales
of American-Egyptian and 562 bales
of sea island.
Ginnlngs last year prior to Nov.
1 wore 6,305,054 running bnles, in
cluding 70,423 round bales, 14,000
bales of American-Egyptian and 3,
203 bales of .sea island.
Olnnigs by States are as follows:
Alabama . 411,404
Arizona. 30,014
Arkansas . 519,439
California . 19,1 G2
Florida. 10,707
Georgia .'. . 994,9 5 4
Louisiana. 270,195
Mississippi . 478,948
Missouri . 26,762
North Carolina . 355,157
Oklahoma. 4 70,058
South Carolina . 858,71 5
Tennessee. 114,347
Texas. 2,905.71 8
Virginia. 3,088
All other States. 2,fi 48
I/leal Notes from Bounty Land.
bounty Land, Nov. 8.-Special:
Kichard Hom], of Iva, spent the past
week-ond at tho homo of M. E. .Mar
ett.
M. P. Alexander, of Cashiers, Val
ley, is spending a few days with Iiis
family here. The friends oi Mr. Al
exander will bo glad to know that
his health is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Gantt, of Liberty,
and Miss Connie Tbackston and Lil
lie Moggs, of Pendleton, were week
end guests of Mrs. Hob Hubbard.
Mesdames Pat and Wm. Thomp
son, of Liberty Hill, pleasantly re
membered hore as Misses Christine
[ind Paulino Anderson, and their
brotlior, Tom Anderson, of Green
ville, are guests of their aunt, Mrs.
3. N. Hughs.
Mrs. 1). A. Porrltt will leave to
morrow for Charleston, whero sho
2joes ns a delegate from the Seneca
W. M. S. to tho State W. M. U. Mrs.
I'erritt will bo a guest of her (laugh
er. Mrs. A. S. Rollins, while she ls
In Charlestown. Sho wTll probably
ake In tho Georgia State W. M. IL,
kvhieh moots In Augusta next week,
jeforo returning homo.
Miss Lennie Lewis, of Lincolnton,
'la., ls expected Tuesday aa a guest
)f her sister, Mrs. W. It. Lynch.
Oscar Doyle, of Anderson, spent
he wook-end with his parents hero.
)ther short-whllo guests In the Doyle
tome Sunday were Dr. and Mrs. E.
Week S>
t 7-14th,
ST CHURCH,
ia, S. C,
rEATURES:
\ M.
;-Dr. Ira D, Andrews,
? (Sunday School Rally)
Lueco Gunter. ,<Vi \
oiutai
resent
iool, Nov. 14
GA HI) FOUNT) WITH MoLAUHIN'S
Nlimo Oil It-Son of Ex-Senator Sot
Soon for Number of Hourn.
Bennettsvllle, Nov. 8.-A cont, hat
and pair of ?hoes were found near
Dlewett Falls, a few 'milos from
Rockingham, N. C., this afternoon,
and nearby was a card, one side
hearing the words, "1 thought it best
to do this," and on the other, "T. B,
McLaurln, President Mutual Savings
Bank, Bennettsvllle, S. C."
This news wes received In Ben
nettsvlllo to-night from tho sheriff
of Rockingham. A son of the sheriff,
while out hunting, found the arti
cles and the card. A largo power
plant is located at Blewett Falls.
Mr. McLaurln loft "Bennettsvllle
this afternoon In a public car. Up
until a late hour to-night he had not
returned.
Mr. McLaurln is also president of
a .large cotton warehouse here. He
is a son of former Senator John L.
McLaurln and has a wife and ono
child. He ls about 3C years of ago.
Bianilett (.'ase Halted Again.
Greenville, Nov. 4-Because of In
ability to secure a full Jury of 12
men, a mistrial was ordered by Judge
J. W. Devoro in Court of General
Sessions in the case of Hugh T.
Bramlett, charged with the murder
of his mother-in-law, Mrs. L. C. Mc
Hugh. Tho mistrial was ordered
over tho objection of counsel for tho
defendant, who waived his right in
writing to a jury of twelve and
agreed to a trial by the ten already
sworn. This right cannot bo waived,
the court held. The exhaustion of
the Jury panel caused a lack of ju
rors and brought about a situation
unusual. Court has recessed until
.January.
Y Gold Walch and Chain? wt|h
R~*KJ&t.- knife attached. Double Caso,
medium size, with initials "CW.P." engraved
in largo tellers on front of case. Chain ls a
small Gold Dhain. Knife attached isa small
Gold Rnife with Initial "P" engraved on the
handle. Finder please return to C. W. PITCH*
FOKD, JR., Walhalla, S. C., and sot reward.
C. Doylo and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Alexander and Miss Ramsay, of Son
oca.
Mr and Mrs. Joe Bennett and lit
tle son, Loo, of Greenville, spout
Sunday night hero with Mrs. Uon
nott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L,
Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shanklln and
daughter, Miss Mary Julia, and two
sons, J. B., Jr., and Bill, of Ander
son, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Ju
lia D'. Shanklln.
COTTON ION PORT MJSBTlN?S..
(?en. Bonham Has Hoon Requested'
to Address Meiling nt, Walhalla.
Cen. M. L. Bonham, of Andorsou,
has boon requested to speak at Wal
halla, next Monday, Nov. 15, In be
half of tho Cotton Export Corpora
tion. On Tuesday, Nov. 16, thoro'
will be a meeting at Westminster at
ll a. m., and at Seneca at 3 p. m.
Tho meeting ut Walhalla will bo
held in tho Court Mouse; at West
minster, in city park, and at Sonoca,.
in the Chamber of Commerce hall.
Meetings are hoing hold in every
county ovor the entire Sta to on th (mo
two days in a final wind-up of tho
campaign of tho American Products
Export and Import Corporation. This
final campaign is being conducted hy.
co-operative features of" the*
export corporation should prove ?
very attractive to farmers. Tt pro
poses to pay thoso who furnish busi
ness for it-namely, the farmers
one-half of the dividends In excess
of olght. per cent. Bosldos this co-op
erative feature it plans to create a\
diroct market, from tho producer try
tho markets of Central Europe. Ti*
this lies the greatest hopo for the?
cotton producer.
Everybody come out to thoso
meetings and Inform yourselves as.
to this worthy organization.
Ceo. H. Briggs, County Agent:
OF INTEREST TO TI 1K SCHOOLS.
Mattel's of Import o nee to Trust?es?
Touchers, Pupils and Patrons.
The Trustees' Association of Oco
nee county will meet at tho Court
House at Walhalla on Friday, tho
3d of December, at. 10 o'clock a. m.,
instead of Nov. 26th, as announced,
at the laBt meeting. L. C. Spearos:.
Notice to Teachers.
The Oconoe County Teachers' As
sociation will meet at the Coujofr.
House, Walhalla, on Saturday, NOT'.
20, at 10 o'clock a. m., for reorgan
ization. Important business domaivd M
the attendance of every teacher- Ru
the county. lt. C. Spearo.*..
Compulsory Behool A M onda mae.
The compulsory school term: willi
begin in Oconee county on ness Mon
day, Nov. 16th, and will continue for
four consecutive months.
In schools opening at a later dato
than Nov. lath the compulsory term,
will begin on tho day of oponing.
This does not affect districts hav
ing! compulsory attendance for the
full term.
By order of the County Board of.
Education: L. C. Speares,
- -
Notes from Flat shoals.
Walhalla, Route 2, Nov. '8.-Spe
cial: There will be preaching at thc
Flat Shoals church every first Sun
day.
Business has begun to pick up in?,
this section. T. M. Long has bogan
building, and so bas R. A. Nichols?,
who is putting up a nice house at
the Camp Oaks. He ls also bulldlnc?.
a largo store room.
W. L. White and son have boer*
visiting tho former's brother, Tobo
White, in Pickons county, for the?
past week, but have returned to the.iv:
home hore now.
J. S. Barron and W. L. White arc
peddling In Anderson for a fow days.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Ernost
have roturned from Indiana, and aro
at present guests in the home of Mrs.
Ernest's paronts near tho Flat Shoals,
school building.
.m*>**
Honeca Township Singing Convention?
Tho Senoca Township Singing Con -
vention will conveno with HopowoJC
Baptist church, noar Seneca, on the/
second Sunday afternoon, Nov. 14"
at 2 o'clock. All good slngors aro re~
fiuosted to be present.
J. M. Abbott, President.

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