ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading inserted at rate of
one cent a word per insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
( NOTICE.-No ndvcrtlsoitent ac
cepted for this column for 1 .-ss (hun
15 cents, one Insertion.)
roil lt EXT-Three Farms. ' Seo
MKS. N. !.. Wi UTK, Westminster, S.
l'Oit SALE-one Ford Touring
Car; in llrsl-elass condition. See .J.
J). ISDELL, Walhalla, S. C. 45-tf
KOST-One Ked Spotted I lound
Dog! also one Black one. The Under
will pleas?! notify W. L. SANDERS,
Walhalla, s. C. 47?
FOR KENT-A good Two-horse
Farm, near Seneca. Tenant must
furnish stock.. See or write W. R.
CRAIG, Walhalla, S. C. 40-tf.
STRAIGHT SALA UV, $35.00 per
week and expenses to man or woman
with rig, to introduce Eureka Fgg
Producer. EUREKA MFG. CO., Fast
St. Louis, 111. 47?
SHOOTING .MATCH.-'lhere will
be a Shooting Match at tho Will
Schroder old Brick Yard, near La
dey's Shoals, on Thursday (Thanks
giving Day) all day. Dring your guns.
CHARLES FOSTER. 47?
WATKINS REMEDIES-Tho pub
lic ls hereby notified that the well
known Watkins Line of Goods can bo
found by calling on S. A. TOW, Wal
halla, Route 2, or R. O. NICHOLS,
Walhalla, S .C. _46-40?
FOR SALE- One good Saw Mill
Outfit, with good Peerless Engine.
All in good running order, ready for
uso. To bo sold at a bargain. Seo or
wrlto W. H. ALEXANDER, Tamas
see, S. C. ,_43-tt.
IX>ST, Strayed er Stolen-One Set
ter Dod, female, with black ears;
largo black spot on side, with body
covered with small black s.oots. An
swers to name of Betsy. Finder please
notify J. H. ST O N EC Y P ll E R, West
minster, S. C., and get reward. -lO-tf
CLERKS-(Men, Women,) over
17, for Postal Mail Service. $l2f>
month. Experience unnecessary. For
freo particulars of examination write
J. LEONARD, (former Civil Service
Examiner,) 614 Equitable Bldg.,
Washington, D. C. 44-47*
RUING YOUR EGGS to "HURT,"
nt Burt's Cnfe, old P. O. Building,
Main Street, Walhalla, and get high
est market price for them-CASH
DOWN "and no grumbling." Will
take all you bring. J. BURT GIL
LESPIE, Walhalla, S. C._22Itf__
Gold Watch and Chain, with
medium size, with initials "CW.P." engraved
in large letters on Iront ol case. Chain ls a
small Gold Chain. Knilo attached isa small
Gold Kniie with initial "P" engraved on the
handle. Finder please return to C. W. PITCH
FORD, JR., Walhalla, S. C., and got reward.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson. S. C.
Special Communication of Blue
Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A. F.
M., will be held Friday
night, November 26, 1920,
Work in 1st Degree. Visiting
C. A. HETRICK, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secrotary. (ad.)
?fa ?fa?fa?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ? J. ? J? ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa
?fa LOCAL AND PERSONAL, ?fa
?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa*fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa ?fa
-For Salo - Virginia Blue Gem
block coal. Any quantity. See J. H.
Darby, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-William Roll left Friday for
Johnston, where be will be for a
week as the guest of bis aunt, Mrs.
c. P. Come.
- Don't forget Dr. Clymph. Eye
Specialist, Nov. 30th, at Norman's
Drug Store. Walhalla..adv.
- Miss Lillie Thompson, of Colum
bia, silent several days in Walhalla
last week Its the guesl of Mr. timi
Mts. C. C. .layney.
- Pcrmnllfe storage batteries aro
guaranteed for 20 months-for all
makes of cars. Piedmont Auto Co.,
.Misses Sara and Willie Alexan
der left t H i s morning for Atlanta,
where tiny will be for a few days
Dr. (?lymph will lie at Norman's
Drug Store Nov. ::"lh. . adv.
.Mrs. J. T. Kay left Sunday for
her home in Belton after having la-en
here for a mop/Jj visiting al th"
home of lor daughter, Mrs. Cora
-Othes have been tried and
found wanting. Tho Willard battery
never fails. Hughs Garage, Walhal
- Miss Pauline Hughs, of Atlanta,
is spending several days in Walhalla
visiting her pa "nts, Mr. ??nd Mrs.
M. T. Hughs, ?ind among other rela
tives ?ind friends.
- Big Uno Christmas goods on dis
play at Norman's Drug store, adv.
i--Mrs. J. W. Bell, Mrs. L. M.
Brown and Mrs. W. D. Moss wero
visitors in Anderson last week. They
went down to attend tho D. A. R.
convention, which mot in Anderson
- Reduced prices at Norman's
dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, caps
and hosiery. underwear, cloaks,
coats, suits, skirts, millinery; tin,
enamel, crockery, and all kinds no
lions. See Mr. Harrison.--adv.-4Ctf.
-For Salo-Virginia Blue Gem
block coal. Any quantity. See J. H,
Darby, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
- Dr. Glymph, tho leading eye
Bight specialist of Anderson, fS. C.,
will be in Walhalla again on next
tuesday, Nov. 30. Read his adver
tisement In this issue.
- You have had trouble with your1
battery, but it was not a Willard. One
WiMnrd will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
Lewis Harrison leaves to-day I
for Charlotte, where ho will spend
Thanksgiving with Ills sisters, Mrs.,
I layne Jones and Miss Carrie Darby
Harrison, thc latter being a student
. at Queens College.
Shop early at Norman's Drug
Store, Walhalla, for Xmas goods. The,
prettiest assortment yet. -adv.
-Mrs. Carrie Moore, of Sumter.!
spent several days last week in Wal-1
bulla as the guest of ber nephew,
Julian Dendy, and family. Mrs.Moore
\vas. before her marriage. Miss Car
rie Perry, and has many friends here
who were glad to soe her again,
The attraction nt tho Walhalla
High School Auditorium to-night is
one of the best of the Lyceum num
bers. Do not fail to see it. Doors
will bo open at 7.ou p. m. (entertain
ment to begin at 7.45.-adv.
-Sunday hours will be observed
at the Walhalla post ofllce for to
morrow (Thursday, Thanksgiving.)
The public should be advised of this
fact and not expect to transact gen
oral business. There will bc no ser
vice on rural routes.
-Down with prices-Dry goods,
clothing, shoes, notions and ready-to
wear goods at Norman's Dry Hoods
Store, Walhalla. Plenty of Christmas
-Lester C. Graham, of Oak way,
has been appointed rural mail car
rier for Walhalla Route 2, to suc
ceed John H. Frnest, resigned. Dur
ing tho past seven, months Kenneth
W. Denton, as temporary carrier, has
served this route to the entire satis
faction of the public.
-There were a number of out-of
town visitors in Walhalla Monday
night, who motored over from Sen
eca and Westminster to see Wallace
Reid in "The Dancing Kool," at The
Hex. They were not disappointed,
the picture proving a feature well
worth a considerable trouble to see.
-All makes standard sowing ma
chine needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
-jDo you want to borrow or lend
money? If so. you might lind some
thing to interest you in a special ser
mon to be preached at the Walhalla
First Baptist church next Sunday
evening tit 7 o'clock, on the text,
"And from him that would borrow of
thee turn not thou away."-Matthew
12, You have a cordial invitation.
-Splendid line candies, fireworks,
Xmas cards, stationery and toilet ar
ticles. Norman's Drug Store.--adv.
-There will be services at St,
John's Episcopal church next Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock. The rec
tor. Rev. Guy Frazer, of Anderson,
will conduct the services. On Satur
day afternoon at 4.30 Mr. Frazer will
have a servlco for the children of the
church and the children of other de
nominations are cordially invited to
attend and take part in this service.
-Now Is tho time to save money.
Have your auto tires vulcanized.
Walhalla Tire Shop.-adv 4i)-tf.
- Following is the program for
services al the First 'Baptist church
of Walhalla for next Sunday. Nov.
us: Sunday school at IO n, m. Spe
cial services-Primary department,
Dedication of the "Sarah Purley
Room"; other departments, Thanks
giving service ("Potato shower" for
Connie Maxwell Orphanage." Morn
ing worship, 11 o'clock; subject,
"Jesus' Strange Thanksgiving." Eve
ning worship, 7 o'clock (note the
change in hour): .Text, Matt. 5: 42,
"And from him that would borrow
cf thee turn not thou away."' cor
dial invitation to all.
- Pretty line box candles, sta
tionery, toilet and manicure sets, toi
let articles, and big line Christmas,
wedding and birthday gifts; toys,
dolls, books, MiMes, etc. Norman's
Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv--46-tf.
-An enthusiastic meeting of the
Walhalla Civic League was held on
Monday, Nov. 22d, At that meeting
plans for a "rest, room" were com
pleted. The room was secured from
C. W. Pitchford and is above his
store on Main street, next to Dr. W.
R. Craig's dental office. Mr. Pitchford
intends to install running water up
stairs, and a convenient, pleasant
room will be arranged by the mem
bers of the Civic League. If any one
has an odd chair, table or other piece
of furniture suitable for the room,
and wishes to assist in this work by
donating it. it will be most gratefully
received. Thc ladies of the Civic
League wish to thank Mr. Pitchford
for his generosity in giving this
room, and they feel sure that tho
thanks and appreciation of the town
at large will be added, lt is boped
soon to have tho room ready for pub
-The best ls the cheapest, and
that is the Willard. Hughs Garage,
There aro many who will regret
to learn of tho death of Mrs. Lizzie
(?rant Alexander, which occurred at
the borne of her mother. Mrs. [?ssie
N. Grant, in Walhalla, on Nov. 13th
nt 2.L?n o'clock a. m. she was mar
ried to Klbert Clayton Alexander on
the 14th of January. 1914, and to
Ibis union four children were born.
Besides ber husband and these four
small children she leaves her mother,
Mrs. fi, X. Grant, three brothers,
(?harlie A.. Waddle P. and Guy O.
(?rant, ?iud two sisters. Carrie C. and
Annie V. Grant, to mourn her death.
Funeral services were conducted by
her pastor. Rev. Foster Speer, and
the remains were laid to rest in the
family burying ground at Whitmire's
on the day following her death. Mrs.
Alexander was a splendid young wo
man, a devoted church member and
consistent Christian. The announce
ment of her death will bring sorrow
Other Locals on Fourth Page.
Dr. O ly mph,
Of Anderson, S. C.,
-Thc Old Reliable
will be at
Norman's Drug Store,
Walhalla, S. C., '
Tuesday, Nov. SO,
One Day Only,
Anderson Bros'. Drug Store,
Wednesday, Dec. 1st,
One Day Only.
If you expect to get glasses soon
you had better get them now,
as this will bc my last visit to
your town before next March
? WANTED! ?
to settle in Burke Coun
ty, Georgia. Special in
ducements offered. For
Chamber of Commerce,
Excellent Coats for Women
-ARE HERE AT
Snug Winter Coats of Velour, Silvcrtone,
Broadclothcand Oxford Mixtures.
Many attractive styles, featuring fur collars,
or trimmed of self materials. Belts, large
buttons, choker collars are the notable
Women will apprciate them because they
are the sort of coats that do not readily go
out of fashion.
You will like these handsome Coats, and
it is well to buy now while the selection is
more complete, and the prices reduced so
low to enable any one of small means to
buy one of these stylish and handsome
$15.00 Ladies' Long Coats,
This Coat Sale includes Plush Coats in sport style of splendid quality
$29.00 Ladies' Long Coats,
$35.00 Ladies' Long Coats,
/ Reduced to
$40,00 Ladies' Long Coats,
$50.00 Ladies' Long Coats,
plush with large collars, belts and deep pockets.
Misses' ai Cilium's Coals Are Here al Very Low Prices.
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
it Doesn't "Just Happen"
Wo seldom find a big business that started out as a bi? busi
Or one that "just happened" to grow big.
There is ?III invariable Period of Development-a period
mai ked hy skillful management and persistent effort-plus the
A Dependable Financial Connection
If your business is in its Period of Development, our servir?,
"Advice if You Seek lt -<Monoy When You ?Need It," may prove
of singular interest. Hence, an Interview with one of our-officers
United States Treasury Savings
Need no recommendation from us. They and Liberty Heeds are
good as tho money In which they are sure to be paid. Hut perhaps
you don't know all the terms and advantages. We will be glad
to toll you.
BANI OF WAIJHIAIAA,
"Walhalla.. S. <J.
By placing our order with the Mills several
months ago for a solid car load of GAL
VANIZED ROOFING we can sell you
for less than anybody in thc county or
We can furnish with from 6 feet to
IO feet lengths, 2 V-Crimp, 3 V-Crimpand
Corrugated. See us at once and get your
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
20 Per Cent Off
Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothing for Men,.
Crossett Fine Shoes for Men,
Nunn-Bush Work Shoes for Men*
Empire Hats for Men,
M, B, Kaufmann Clothing for Women.
Utz and Dunn Fine Shoes for Women.
Godman Work Shoes for Women,
Godman Shoes for Children,
* ALL DRY GOODS,
20 Per Cent Off for Cash
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton.
Also have ample warehouse facilities for
storing cotton. Sec me if you want to
either sell or store.
Office in Moss ot Ansel's Store.
BAYLIS W. HARRISON,
Walhalla, S, C,
Sept, 27, ?920-39-tf,
xml | txt