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THOU CANST NOT TH KN lili FALSE TO ANY MAN."
By Stock, Sholor H uglis & Sliclor.
WJflftKSDAY, NOV. 21, 11)20.
yow Soilos No. 787.-Volunto hXXl.-No. 17.
Remarked 25 to 50 Per Cent
Wc have to-day remarked our stock of DRY
GOODS down at from 25 to 50 per cent? We
mean to keep our entire stock marked at market
value. We mean to keep our volume of trade up
to last year.
***** COME TO THE BUSY STORE. *****
C.W. & J. E. Bauknight,
WALHALLA, S. C.
IT PAYS TO BUY FOR CASH.
Just arrived, Also Genuine
Beaver Board on hand.
R. rc. N:IM:M.ONS,
?r -??8ENE(k,a-G>''f"-" " i
Sale of Hosiery
DIRECT TO THE PUBLIC. W
Ladies4 Full Fashion Silk Hose.
from Now Until Further Notice, from
9 to 4 O'clocK-(Saturdays 9 to 12.)
One-Half of What You Are Now Paying.
Sale at Our Mill.
BE.URICUK IfO^IKItY MHUItSf
Walhalla, S. C.
Will bc available for Oconee County Farmers
in ?92K We are a part of the American
Agricultural Chemical Company-the Largest
and Strongest Fertilizer Company on earth.
Our brands have occupied a place of
Supremacy in the production of Southern Crops
for more than 50 years. Our Brands are:
Ooe-Mortimer Co. Bradley Fertilizer Co.
Eutaw and Ashepoo.
****** Our Agents Will be Announced Later. ***
JCBHKPOO FERTILISER C?#*
Charleston, 5. C.
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Winners nt County Show. M
The annual Live Stock Show of'
the Oconee Jersey Bull Association^
and tho County Club Show wore bothji
held at the Court House In Walhalla*
on Friday last, Nov. 19. Both thor
exhibits and the crowds who wit->
nessed them proved tho show a suc
cess, in che opinion of tho judges,
the exhibits of ten ears of corn would
have won first place at the State'
Fair, especially the ten ears exhib
ited by George Taylor, ot Oconee
In Judging the pigs exhibited by
club members, Mildred McDonald, of
Richland, won first, but lt was found
too difficult to determine the winner
of the second prize, so the judges
voted a tie and gave a prize each to
Mary C. Fowler, of the Fairfield
school, and to Claude Brewer, of the
Flat Shoals school.
In the Jersey Bull Association con
tests the three bulls were In better
I condition for show than the cows
; and heifers,and this condition should
. be Improved upon before the next
i show, in the opinion of the live stock
Only two pure-bred heifers were
exhibited, and theso wore exhibited
by Mr. LeCroy, of Ebenezer, who
won first and second prizes, tho 3d
prize not being taken. The exhibit of
heifer showing greatest improvement
over mother (both shown) was won
by W. R. Cobb, of Oak Grove, and In
the opinion of tho judge, Mr. La
Master, this was one of the outstand
ing features of the ?how.
Exhibits by the (Hits.
The exhibits of canned goods, sow
ing and poultry, exhibited by mem
bers of the Girls' Clubs, made a most
creditable showing. W. H. Mc.lunkin,
Duroc breeder of the South Union
section, brought three fine registered
pigs to show the club members. He
will give a similar pig to the county
prize winner in the Pig Club next
spring, and will offer a $15.00 cash
prize for thc best DUTOO in next
The judgeB were: ?A .. , v.
. >,Corn, cowpeas, 'pigs-and1''peanuts^-'
A. A. McKeown, district agent, of
Rock Hill, and B. O. Williams, Boys'
Club* Agent, ?of Bishopville.
Bull Association Show-J. P, La
Master, dairy husbandman, of Clem
The merchants, business men and
others who contributed prizes for
this show deserve a great deal of
credit for its success. Mr. Wilson,
owner of The Rex Theatre, entertain
ed the crowd royally with a free pic
ture show, consisting of a five-reel
feature, "Hearts and Jerseys," a pic
ture show, consisting of a five-reel
Cattle Club, and a one-reel picture
on Pig Club Wprk. obtained from the
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Bull Association Winners.
Winners of the Bull Association
pr1268 were as follows:
Best kept Association Bull-1st
prize, bull staff and $5.00 cash, won
by John Brandt; 2d prize, bull staff
and $2.50 cash, won by P. A. Brown;
3d prize, bull staff, won by W. R.
Prize of $3.00 cash was won by W.
R. Cobb on bull showing greatest
improvement since last show.
Grade daughter of Association
'Bull, under 8 months old: 1st prize,
Seneca Grocery Co.. $5.00 sugar,
plus cash $2.00 ($7.00), won by W.
R. Cobb; 2d prize, Westminster
Hardware Co, ono calf yoke, and
Stonecypher Drug Co., half dozen
Potato Bug Killer, won by Frank
Huskamp; 3d prize, W. L. England,
.18 pounds stock feed, won by W. R.
Grade daughter of Association
bull, over 8 months old: 1st prize,
C. w. & J. E. Bauknlght. merchan
dise plus cash $2.00 (7.00), won bv
T. W. LeCroy; 2d prize, Kelley
Bros, merchandise $5.00, won by J.
W. LeCroy; 3d prize, Cash Grocery
Co.. lard $2.75, won by H. A. Wood.
Pure-bred daughter of Association
Bull, any age: 1st prize, R. L. Nlm
mons, merchandise. $5.00, won by
T. W. LeCroy; 2d prize, J. J. Ansci,
rocker $3.50, won by T. W. LeCroy;
3d prize, Norman Co., $2.00 mer
chandise, not taken.
Grade daughter Association Bull,
in milk: 1st prize, F. O. Mnttison,
merchandise $5.00, plus $2 ($7.00),
won by R. M. Holland; 2d prize,
Adonis Hardware Co.. merchandise
$5, won by John Brandt; 3d prize,
Barron & Burley Bros., merchan
dise $2.50, not taken.
Pure-bred or Grado daughter of
Association bull, any ago: lat prize,
R. K. Nimmons, lap robe $10.00. won
by W. Ri Cobb; 2d prize. M. A.Wood
& Co., rocker $5.00, won by T, W.
LeCroy; 3d prize, Moss & Ansel,mer
chandise $3.50, won by T. W. Le
Daughter showing greatest Im
provement over Mother: 1st prize,
J. S. Carter Co., ono hat and cash $2,
won by W. R. Cobb; 2d prize. J.
Wilde Dickson, one bridle, plus cash
$1, won by F. T. Petty; 3d prize,
Westminster Bank, one pair mule
shears, won by J. W. LeCroy.
Judging Contest, Dalry Cattlo (by
farmers): 1st prize of $5.50 suit case
offered by C. G. Jaynes, won by E. A.
'Freeman; 2d prize, ono Floronce
You can buy G<
You get the u
I they are new st
a, offered by the Globe, won by
..'$1? Agricultural Students of. three
County High Schools (Westminster
and; Walhalla competing): 1st prize,
at, offered by C. W. Pitchford,
by Lewis Spencer; 2d prize, $3
ne?tle, offered by Mitchell & Reed
er, Avon by Hugh Brown; 3d prize,
[() scurf pin, offered by R. A. Mc
; won by James Dickson.
I other boys, under 18 years old:
1 sijpVize, cash $3.00, won by George
Lo'?&oy; 2d prize, ono pocket knife,
offotod by Norman Drug Co., won by
le: The prizes on corn, cowpers
fanned goods and other exhibits
e printed in next issue.
O?. R. Briggs; County Agent.
?ON THANKSGIVING .
SERVICES. . *
fr -.. nU'v1-1 vi.^ji*^^!^-"^
ianksglving services will be *
* held in the Lutheran church of *
* Walhalla on Thursday morning *
* of this week, the 25th, at 10 *
* o'clock. All the congregntions *
* will unite in this service, and *
* Rev. L. W. Langston, of tho *
* Baptist church, will preach. *
* The offering will go to the dif- .
* feront orphan homes. The of- *
* ferlngs will go as designated on *
* tho,envelope of the giver. *
* The hour ia early enough for *
* every one to attend and reach *
* home in time for the Thanks- *
* giving turkey. *
* The assembling of ourselves *
* together for thanksgiving and *
* praise to the 'Living God.is the *
* command of our government as *
* well as a privilege and duty to *
* God. We have cause for grati- *
* lude for tho blessings that have *
* come to us through enormous *
* harvests. *
Notes from Fairview.
Seneca, R. F. O., Nov. 22.-Spe
cial: Rev. Mr. Hardy will fill tho
regular appointment at Fairview
next Sunday morning nt ll o'clock.
It ls hoped that everybody will come
out *nd welcome the new pasior.
Miss Josephine Alexander, of Wal
halla, spent the week-end with her
sister, Mrs. J. Duff McMnhnn.
Our school is progressing nicely
and the attendance is unusually
Lawrence Pike, of Central, spent
the week-end with his sister, Mrs.
.Miss Nell McMahan has returned
from a visit of some weeks to her
uncle, J. Frank Taylor, at Tucker,
Miss Janet Rowland visited friends
at Calhoun Saturday and Sunday.
Miss "Rosa McMahan has gone to
Salem to resuene her work In the
Karie's Grove School to Open.
Karie's Grove Graded School will
open Monday, Nov. 20th. It is re
quested by the faculty and trustees
that all the pupils enroll on the open
ing doy. Thc trustees were able to
secure the entire faculty of last term
for tho entiro year-Milton Nichol
son, principal; Miss Sue Kilon Cox.
intermediate teachor; Miss Ruth
Cox and Miss Sallie Nicholson, pri
mary teachers. (Signed:)
T. B. Ables, Landry Richey, J. A.
Cotton (Huiied In Oconce.
Seneca, Nov. 23.-Special: A tab
ulation of tho cotton ginning reports
for tho county shows thot there were
10,119 bales of cotton ginned in Oco
nce, from tho crop of 19 20, prior to
Nov. 1, 19 20, ns compared with 15,
537 bales glnnod to Nov. 1, 1910.
John C. Sanders, Statistician.
Tho Hungarian peasant woman rc
tjuires two dozen or so petticoats for
II gilla occasion.
3 AS THI
DODYEAR and Ul
>s at the following ]
come at once if yo
?j? 32x3?-$2 J .00 J* J
suai guarantee on t
MOWS NOTES F HOM SENECA.
Interesting Itcport of tho 1). A. lt.
Session In Anderson.
Seneca, Nov. 23.r-Special: Mrs. I
\V. S. Hunter will loave Thursday
morning for Holly Hill to visit her
daughter, Mrs. (Jordon Carson.
Miss Mary Hines, a member of tho
senior class of Winthrop College.will
spend Thanksgiving holiday with her
Miss Jessie 'Lawrence and Miss
Maggie Sheridan will take advantago
of Thanksgiving holiday and visit
their home folks in Greenwood. They
will lcavo Wednesday afternoon. Be
fore returning they will attend tho
State Teachers' Association, which
will bo in session in Spartanburg on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
W. M. Nield, for a number of
years a' resident of Seneca, but who
11 o w o 1 a i ms Washington. .1), C., ns bia
home, is expected tri ^arriV? . Thurs*
dav for a brief visit to his brother,
R. D. Nield
The usual Thanksgiving services,
in which all the denominations of tho
town unite, will bo hold In the Pres
byterian church Thursday morning
nt 11 o'clock. Rev. H. H. Hardy, the
new Methodist pastor, will preach
the sermon, snit all tho resident pas
tors of the othor churches will havo
a part in tho services. An appropri
ate music program will be given.
The offering will bo equally divided
between the four church orphan
ages of the Stale unless otherwise
specified on the envelopes.
Little Macio Sltton Pickrcll was a
welcome arrival last ween and will
make her homo with Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Pickroll in Atlanta. Mrs. Pick
roll is remembered here by a host of
friends of her girlhood, as Miss Glen
ella Sitton, and they congratulate
the parents on the happy event.
Tho teachers from Seneca who will
attend the State Teachors' Associa
tion, which meets-in Spartanburg this
week, are as follows: Supt. J. P.
Coats, Misses Lawronco, Adams,
Smith, Holland, Cromer, Sheridan
and Misses Maggie and Lela Thomp
Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards at
tended tho Clemson-Furman foot
ball game in Greenville Saturday.
Misses Nancy Evans and Pauline
Stock will spend Thanksgiving holi
days In tho "Gate City."
Miss Hazel Dorn, tho officient mu
sic teacher for the school, expects
to leave Tuesday afternoon for her
homo in Edgelleld for the Thanks
giving holiday season.
tlon?ca school was represented at
the Oconcc 'County Teachers' Asso
ciation, which was held in Walhalla
last Saturday, by Supt. J. P. Coats,
Mr. Dorsey, Misses Evans, Adams,
Dorn, Lawrence and Stock. Seneca
school has the distinction of having
Its superintendent. J. P. Coals, elect
ed president of tho association for
the ensuing year. Congratulations!
The 24th Annual State Conference
of the Daughters of tho American
Revolution was held In tho First
Baptist church of Anderson on tho
Ifith. 17th and 18th. There wore 71
registered delegates, nine State offi
cers, four regonts, besides n largo
number of visiting D. A. R. and othor
organizations prosent. One remarka
ble feature of tho occasion was tho
presence of four ex-rogonts-Mrs. H.
W. Richardson, Columbia; Mrs. Lou
ise E. Mayes, Greenville; Mrs. F. II
H. Calhoun, Clemson, and Mrs. R. M.
Rratton, York, and thc presiding re
gent, Mrs. Eleanor Humes Duval!,
were all on the platform with tho
nine State officers. Tho business ses
sions v/ero presided over by Mrs. Du
vall, and every detail of the business
waa dispatched with rapidity and
with caso. Tho work dono among
tho 52 chnptors showed increasing
interest in Tamossee Industrial
School, which was launched by tho
State D. A. IL four years ago, and is
ownod and supported by tho organi
zation. In tho $r>0,000 drive for
founders In Juno tho whole amount
was raised-Walhalla loading in se
curing the largc|' n\mber of found
prices, for CASH
u want any of
hese Tires, and
* EXPORT CORPORATION SUB- *
* SUMPTIONS CALLED FOR. *
* _____ .
* Former Governor Richard I. *
*. Manning, president of Gio Am- *
* er lean Export und Import Cor- *
* parution, HUH Issued n cull for nil *
* subscriptions to this cotton ex- *
* port corporation. *
* Those who subscribed cotton *
* and Liberty Bonds should for- *
* ward them nt once to tho dos- *
* ignated place, aB cotton ls to bo *
* taken at lS'^c, middling, and *
* Liberty Bonds at Now York quo- *
* tations of Nov. lGth. After this *
* week cotton will bo taken at *
* market price, so it will be woll *r
* for thoso who subscribed cotton- *
* and Liborty Bonds to send them *
* in at once. Geo. R. Briggs, *
* County Agont. *
' - 1 '
On Tuesday next, Nov. 30, at 3
o'clock, in Westminster, tho Robert
At Thompson U. D. C. chapter will
moot in Bastview cemetery and place
tho markers on the graves of our
Confederate doad, in holli cemeter
ies. All U.D.C. members aro oxpected
to be prosont. Also all who ' have
ordorod markers and all Interested
by ties of kinship lo our old vote -ans
of the gray. Mrs. O. K. Broazoalu,
Herring Given Eight Years..
Anderson, Nov. 21.--Houston II.
Herring was sentenced by Judge
Gary hore yesterday to eight years
in the penitentiary for killing Clar
ence Tolly on Sept. 1 last. His at
torneys gave notice of appeal and ho
was released on bond.
Thore were sixteen homicide cases
on docket at this term of Court, but
only a very few were reached.'
ers, having reached the grand total
of 36 founders, while several chap
ters made a close race.
Great Interest was also manifested
in the rehabilitation of Tilylololy, a
devastated town in France, and also
In many othor worthy caisos. The
roports of tho State officers were
all of groat importance and showed
wonderful growth of tho organiza
tion since its birth 24 years ago.'iBut
the most Important of all the roports
waa that of tho treasurer, Mrs. M. T.
Turner, which showed that $20,000
had passed through her hands dur
ing the past year. Tho local clubs of
Anderson served an elegant four
course luncheon in the dining rflom
of tho church each day of the Con
ference. An informal reception at
the Country Club was given tho
membesrs of the conference Thurs
day afternoon and anothor tho samo
evening at tho elegant home of Mr.
and Mrs. Dexter Brown.
Charleston extendqd a cordial in
vitation for the 2F)th annual con
feropco of tho S. C. D. A. P., to
moot In the "City by tho Soa" In
1021, which waa accepted.
The following officers were elected
to servo for the next three years:
Regent-Mrs. F. C. Cain, St. Mat
Vice Regent-Mrs. J. .A Bailey,
First, Vice Regent-Miss Louise
Fleming, of Greenwood.
Second Vice Rogont-Mrs. Von
Rocordlng Secretary-Miss Alice
Corresponding Secretary -Mrs, M.
T. Turnor, Edgofiold.
Treasurer-Mrs. S. T. Carter, Co
Historian--Miss Mariam Salloy, of
Roglstrar--Miss Edith Lolorme, of
Genealogist-Mrs. L. O. Doan, of
Librarian-Miss Zena Payne, of
Member Tamassoo School Board-i