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WALHALLA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. ai, 1020.
A SOASO- ros*
Summer is gene,
Autumn it here;
This is the harvest I
For all thc year.
Corn in the crib, oats ia the bin.
Wheat is thrashed, barley drawn in.
Apples are barreled, nuts laid to dry;
Frost in the garden, winter is nigh.
Father in Heaven, thank Thee for alt
Winter and springtime, summer and
tall - $*Uct*j
LET ALL REJOICE
Taking Courage From the Spirit
of the Pilgrims.
Surely thc People of Today Have
More Causes for Thankfulness
Than They Possessed.
To us lt certainly seems ns though
the Pilgrims bad little to bo thankful
for. If the settlers 111 Plymouth could
"sacrifice the sacrifices of thanksgiv
ing" In 1021, what, pray, ought we to
do In this your of our Lord? Think of
the blessings which we enjoy as tho
commonplaces of the day, of which
the Pilgrims never even dreamed! A
vust territory mastered, surveyed and
thickly settled-abundant treasures of
furn), mine, forest and mill poured out
for human uses-Innumerable Inven
tions harnessed to tho service of hu
man efllcloncy and comfort-a great
republic "conceived in liberty and ded
icated te the proposition that all men
are created equal"-free political, edu
cational and religious Institutions,
hitherto unknown and unparalleled,
successfully established-a higher
grade of material well being, a wider
diffusion of culture, a nobler Ideal of
happiness, a finer conception of de
mocracy, acldeved for" all the people,
than tho world has ever seen before I
lt ls true, of course, that not all Ills
have been suppressed, nor all blessings
won. But because we have not yet
achieved everything ls no reason why
wc should not be glad (hat we have
achieved much t Because we have not
yet won the goal of life ls no ronson
why we should not rejoice that we
have advanced 1 The world today ls
better than lt ever has been before.
Men have lons suffering, greater happi
ness and nobler opportunity than In
?ny epoch past. Humanity ls still
lighting tho same persistent Ills and
seeking tho same Illusive goods, but
In new fields and on higher levels.
The goal Ntlll iles f*-r ahead, hut be
hind ls a long road of mlscrhts con
quered and battles won.
PEOPLE MUST HAVE TURKEY
>Alwny6 Willina to Pay High Prices for
the Chief Feature of Thanks
New York spends about $:i,000,ooo
?on Its Thanksgiving dinner, with tnr
jkey as Us chief feature. The deal
ers say \f it cost a dollar per pound
they would sell just a bon I us many.
I Turkey on Thanksgiving ls traditional
In America, timi tho fanner knows it.
He fallens bis best birds and saves
them fi A? this day. Without realizing
lt (ho fanner thus corners (he mar
ket until I he price guts high enough,
Then he sells. But Ute people will
have their turkey and this year flu
deniers expect a great et demand thar
ever, although they ur*' selecting
Smaller birds In order to meet lt.
The groat part of the city's ttirkej
supply comes from (he Middle West
Indiana, Oliio timi Michigan. Mary
land and Kentucky semi large consign
mon ts. This your "turkey specials'
aro run from St. Louis. A year n&r
lone of these trains brought .T2.IXK
birds for the locnl market.
Vast numbers of turkeys are mlso(
tn Missouri And Texas. Tho prothtc
of the bitter state, where tho blrdi
feed on sage and sunflower seeds, li
highly regarded. According to roportfi
I however, tho output of both of the?
I sections has been effectively corneret
I ?his year.
OTHERS TOLD HER.
Spnrtunburg Woman .Make* Highly
ioi/r LI Kio mut KS.
Suy.s Sh? Koota Kino Now mid "Sure
Can Cruise Tunlue for
"lt is tlic best medicino I over
took for stomach trouble, nervous
ness and palpitation of the heart. I
sure eau praise and recommend lt,"
declared Mrs. ll. IO. hawter, of 1 I (i
Williams street, Spartan burg, in a
statement siio gavo in endorsement
of Tanlac, "The National Tonie." I
.suffered from vory bad cases of in
digestion, nervousness and palpita
tion of tho heart," continued Mrs.
Lawlor. "I could hardly sloop, and
would Just roll ?tad tumble for hours,
and my nerves were so badly dis
turbed that I was kept miserable al
most all the time. I could eat scarce
ly anything. What I did eat felt Uko
bricks in my stomach, and I hud a
kind of choking in my chest after
meals. My heart fluttered a great
deal, and this, I think, was caused
by the great quantity of gas that
formed on my stomach.
"Finally I decided to try Tanlac,
as it bad helped so many others who
bad troubles somewhat li ko mine,
and now 1 am not bothered with
stomach trouble, thanks to Tanlac. I
feel a great deal better In every way,
too. My nerves are much stronger
and steadier, ?tad I used to get so
nervous thal 1 jumped when anyone
spoke to mo. I'm certainly not. that
way now. ?is Tanlac has relieved
those nervous troubles, and I have
not boen bothered a hit. with palpi
tation since I took the llrst bottle of
"I feel fine now in many ways, and
I sure cati praise Tanlac. and I give
it credit for the change in my condi
tion. I am fifty-nine years old. and
it takes a powerfully good medicine
to help anyone as old ns I am as
much as Tanlac bas helped me."
Innlnc, the master medicine, is
sold exclusively hy Hell's Drug Store,
Walhalla; J. C. Cain, Oak way; Sa
lem Drug Co., Salem; Seneca Phar
macy, Seneca; Stonecypher Drug
Co., Westminster; Hughs & Dendy,
It ich land.-adv.-16-48.
Offering From a
Lord, we who aot tho furrow deop.
And BOW th? Bfi'oda of Industry,
For tho rich guordon that wo roap
Give thanks to Thee I
Lord, wo who mako tho anvils ring,
Who rive and wold ?abdYlo?s'ly,
For all t!?o wago our labors bring
Give thanks to Thee!
Lord, wo who watch tho spindles
Tho shuttles Hying dlzsU?,
For every boon our orforfsDuy
Glvo thanks to Theo!
Lord, wo who bu11<l with busy hand
Of wood or ntono unceasingly,
For whatsoo'or our arts command
Glvo th'attkfi to ThW!
Lord, wo who delve In undor-earth
Fur from Thy' uunllght l?\t arid
For whatsoe'er wo win of worth
Olvs thanks to Theo!
Lord, wo who holst tho straining
And plow tho green waves of the
For what eur stormy tasks avail
Glvo thanks to Theo!
Lord, wo tho tollers of tho brain.
Who clutch at dreams that cling*
For wh.itsoover heights wo gain
Olvo thanks to Theo!
liOrd. we Thy children, ?mall and
Beneath Thy caro, where'er lt bo.
Tilt- while Thy grace wo supplicate,
Olvo thanks to Theo!
-Clinton Hcollnrd, In the Outlook.
Therefore, Give Thanks.
Thanks to the providence of Ood ns
lt bas worked in history and to the
work of brave mon who believed they
were children of Cod, the petty colo
nies are now one nation, Of that na
Hon Ibo meanest cltixen, the most fool
Ish, the weakest and the poorest, has
every right and privilege before the
law which belongs to the strongest, th*:
richest and the wisest, though he were
born In the purple of luxury.
feeding me too
giving must be
Piles Cured lu 6 to 14 Days
prurtftlsts refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falk
ocuro tchim}. Blind, ftlccdln? or Protrudln? .'iles.
Instantly relieves benin* Piles, nnd you cnn Set
restful ?lccp after thu llrst application. Pxlce Wc.
Dy T. C. Harbaugh.
In tlu< twilight of Novombor,
With UH follugo of gold.
Comos again tho glad Thanksgiving
Blest with customs dear and old;
And beneath tho starry banner
AH lt (louis from ?ea to ?oe.
Wo ? happy poopln guthor,
Fours al rcHt, for al! aro free.
Not ? band In ult tho mitton,
In tho KnHt or In tho West,
Barn thc mansion or tho cottage
To tho Khid Thanksgiving guest;
From tho balmy, kindly Southland
Tn the nodding pinos of Maine,
Naturo, filled with joy and triumph,
Sprcridn her annual feust again.
Wo aro thankful for tho blessings
That havo crownod our cherished land
Fruitful orchards, golden harvests,
Peace and lovo from strand to strand; |
'Neath Novomber's robos of beauty
Hidden Hos tho warrior's sword,
And tho olivo branch IB hanging
O'er tho nation's fostnl board.
Aye, from mountain unto mountain
'Neath the Union's starry dome
To the feast wo spread this autumn
Hld tho absout welcome homo;
Hound tho board Whore all aro merry
T/ot tho brightest sunlight play;
With tho lovc-koy of Thanksgiving
Opon ovcry hoart today.
Hall the hallowed Thanksgiving
Which tho Pilgrim Fathers gave;
'Tis their legacy forover
On tho land and on tho wave;
Thon, as Freedom's chosen people,
We our destiny fulfill,
May the Future's sweet Thanksgivings
I'M mi us grandor, greator still.
((?X 1020, Western Nowspivpor Union.)
Girls! Save Your Hair!
Make It Abundant!
immediately after a "Danderlne"
massago, your hair takos on new
life, lustre and wondrous beauty, ap
pearing twice as heavy and plentiful,
because each hair seems to (luff and
thicken. Don't let your hair slay life
less, colorless, plain or scraggly. You.
too, want lots of long, strong, beau
A Kit-cent bottle of delightful
"Danderlne" freshens your scalp,
checks dandruff and falling hair. This
stimulating "beauty tonic" gives to
thin, dull, fading hair that youthful
brightness and abundan! thickness.
All druggists, adv.
I?. A. lt. Members Thankful.
I The members of Ibo Walhalla
(chapter, h. A. lt.. wish to thank each
;:iiid every one who so kindly con
sented lo furnish cats to ? any'the
D. A. li. convention from the Wal
halla station lo tho Tamassee Indus
j trial School, where a picnic had been
j planned for Wednesday. Xov. 17.
I They appreciate their cheerful and
j willing oilers ol' help, and regret that
on account if the inclemency of tho
weather, all plans for thc picnic had
to bo abandoned.
Mrs. c. w Bnuknight,
Corresponding Sec'y, it. A. lt.
|0(h Death from Wall Street Blast.
New York. Nov. IS. -Tho fortieth
doa I h resit liing from the Wall street
explosion on Sept. I Otb occurred herc
this week when Francis lt. Stobd, 34
years old. of Bergen Field, \\ J"
died in the Broad street hospital. Mr
S lohn was en employee in I ho finan
to figure why
You should lcnow why Camels
are so unusual, so refreshing, so
satisfying. First, quality-second,
Camels expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos which
you'll certainly prefer to either kind
smoked straight !
Camels blend makes possible that
wonderful mellow mildness-yet all the
desirable body is there 1 And, Cameis
never tire your taste !
You'll appreciate Camels freedom
from any unpleasant cigare tty after
taste or unpleasant cigarette oder I
For your own satisfaction compare
Camels puff by putt' with any ciga
rette in the world at ar:y price
Camelo are sold everywhere in scientifically aenlcd nnckaf}os of'30 eitfrt
relies; or inn packaifei ( OOO cittorottaa) in a ?laaaino-papor'Covered
carton. We strongly recommend thia carton for tho homo or office
supply or whon you trawl.
J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiiuton-Salem. N.
SH HI NEUS TO HAVE (?HEAT M li ET ?
At Greenville on Thursday, Her. 2(1,
for Ceremonial-.Many Candidates.
Of interest to every Shrlnor In up-1
per South Carolina will be Hie an
nouncement that I leja/. Temple will
hold it s Poll Ceremonial at Textile
Hall, in Greenville, on Thursday, He-!
comber 2d, at which time tho new j
temple will be constituted, under,
charter, the chapter having been for- j
mnlly granted by the imperial Coun
cil, which met in Portland, Oregon,
Ilejaz Templo was first instituted
under dispensation, In October, li)19,i
by tho then Imperial Potentate, W. j
Freeland Kendrick, who. with manyi
other officers and nobles, visited in
j Greenville at that time. While lt has
not been yet announced who will
presen! the new chapter, it is ex-;
peeled that some of the officials high !
in Shrinodom will again bo present, j
An unusually large number of can
didates will take the degree at this
ceremonial, which will be tho la.U
until next spring. Many new features
have been added since tho last meet
ing hero, and what, promises to be
tho largest gathering of Shrinors in
this section of the State is looked
forward to. Invitations have already
gone forward, and those desiring to
secure hotel accommodations have
been requested to communicate with
Noble David Kohn, who is chairman
of the hotel committee.
Owing to the large attendance ex
pected, each Noble may be accom
panied by only one friend for the
dinner, which will be served at 1 p.
m. on (he first Moor of the Temple
Hall. Admittance will bo by card
Although some additions to tho
program will be made and announced
later in the newspapers, the follow
ing has gone out as official:
Business session will be held at ll
a. m.. Textile I hill.
Dinner will be served lo the No
bles and their ladies at I p. m.. first
floor. Textile Mall. Attendance hy
card only. A Noble may be accom
panied bv only one friend.
Parade will bo formed ni Ibo Tex
tile Hail and begin its march at 2.30
p. m. All Shrinors are desired and
requested lo participate.
The ceremonial session will com
mence immediately after the conclu
sion of the parade.
There, will be a dance for the No
bles and their ladies al S p. m. at
Textile Hall. Admit I ?tn ce by card
All candidates must report, on ar
rival to the Recorder al bis office.
Textile Building, lo be checked and
registered. Olflce open from 0 a. m.
to ll a. m.
Officers Ifojnz Temple.
Tho officers of Hoja/. Templo aro:
Potentate- (iee. T. Brynn.
Chief Rahhan-I). A. Ci. Ousts.
Assistant Rabban-Vance David
High Priest and prophet-NV. Lau
Oriental Guide-E. M. DuProe.
Treasurer-W. C. Cleveland.
Recorder-J. M. Holmes.
Marshal-W. lt. Rlackmon.
Read how Mrs. Albert
Gregory, of R. F. D. No.
1, BTuford, III., got rid ot
her ills. ''During ... 8
was awfully weak . . .
My pains were terrific. I
thought I would die. The
bearing-down pains were
actually so severe 1 could
not stand the pressure of
my hands on the lower
Fart of my stomach . . .
simply felt as If lifo was
for but a short time. My
husband was worried...
One evening, while read
ing the Birthday Alma
nac, he came across a
case similar to mine, and
went straight for some
Cardui for me to try.
"I took it faithfully and
tiie results were immedi
ate," adds Mrs. Gregory.
"1 continued to get bet
" , ter, all my ills left me,
Hfjfl and I went through . . .
with no further trouble.
My baby was fal and
strong, and myself-thank
God-am once more hale
and hearty, can walk
miles, do my work,
though 44 years old, feel
like a new person. All 1
owe to Cardui." For
many years Cardui has
been found helpful in
building up the system
when run down by dis
orders peculiar to women.
First Ceremonial .Master-H. li.
Second Ceremonial Master-T. P.
Captain of the Guard--M.'Li.Smlth.
Outer Guard-ll. A. (Jarrott.
Director -W. L. Smith.
S. S. Association Doing Goori Work.
A statement in regard to tho work
of the South Carolina Sunday School
Association was received recen I ly hy
Goneral Superintendent Deon C. Pal
mer from Govornor lt. A. Cooper, lt
is ns follows:
"lt gives me pleasure to commend
the South Carolina Sunday School
Association and its work to the citi
zenship of our State. This organiza
tion, with its strong Christian lead
ership, its educational program and
its practical and efficient methods, is
rondering a distinct service to moral
and religious interests. It deserves
the support of all public-spirited cit
Governor Coopor will make Ibo
opening address at the 1021 State
Sunday School Convention,which will
bo held at Winthrop College, Kock
.hey Work while you Sleep"
Do you feel all tangled up-bil
ious, constipated, headachy, nervous,
full of cold? Take Cascareis to
night for your liver and bowels to
straighten you out by morning. Wake
tip with a head clear, stomach right,
breath sweet, and fooling line' No
griping, no inconvenience. Children
love Cascareis, too. lu, 2'>, .'it! cents.
( hat (.moogan lo T ri on.
j Allanta, (?a.. .Nov. i (. A. P. Lock
hart, a wealthy Chattanooga man,
whoso sentence ot' one year and one
tiny in tho Atlanta F?deral peniten
tiary for viola;ien ol' tho espionage
law was ro.v;i!ly confirmed by thc
I'ni ted Slates Supreme Court, ar
rived here yesterday in custody of
I Marshal Frod Hill to begin serving
?his sentence. Ile was lined $1,000
I and costs.
j Lockhart was said to lui ve re
! marked during the war that he
boped the transport carrying his son
lo Franco would sink, with all on
board. He was born in Germany.
the Quinine That OMI Not Affect the Heid
i Pecause ol Us tonic ?nd laxative effect, LAXA*
I TlVlt UROMOQUININIilsbetterthan ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousnes- nor
I rWitiK in head. Remember the lull name and
1 look lor the signature ol li. W. GKOVIt. 30c.