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"Buying and Selling 'Em foi
Ladies'1 Suits and Coats.
All ?ur now Coat Suits und Coats, .recently acquired nt sacri
fico prices, aro now marked for absoluto clearance. All-Wool Suit?
at &25.00 to $15.00 will go in this salo at reductions ranging from
25 to 35 por cont off marked prices.
$32.50 SUITS.$2 1.50
JOH LOTS LADIES* COATS
As to seo our cheaper Coats. About 20 Coats, worth up to $30
Velvets, Velours, otc.-in sizes for Misses and Ladies, ut each, $12.50
Pew Sport Couts nt $2.75 and. .$3.75
Few Ladies' Long Black Coat? ut.$4.75
JOB LOT OF LAMES' COATS.
Ask lo seo our cheaper Suits. All aro All-Wool, in Navy and
Blnek only. Sizes up to No. 40. Good values. Ono Brice. Values
up to $35.00-Choice now.$12.50
INFANTS' VESTS, SOC.
Infants' Oushmorotto Vests, Fine
Tailonuudc, ?Bibbed,with Silk Tape
nt nock. Tiley aro extra good at
our first price of-50c.- QQf*
MEN'S DB ESS SHIRTS, 05c.
Fine Count Percale Dress Shirts,
with or without Collars, in neat
Stripes, sizes 14 to 17
MEN'S UNION SUITS, $1.85.
Men's Banes Bibbed Union Suits,
very elastic, good weight-sizes
34 to 40-Reduction Q1 OE
Salo price-Suit.?j) I iUd
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS,
Another lot of Girls1 Union Suits,
Light Weight, but. a Bargain, in
siozs up to 12 yours
Now priced, per suit. .
ROYS' SWEATER. COATS, 48e,
Roys' Medium Weight Gray Sweat
ers, all sizes-a good
value-ait, each .
MENS HEAVY SWEATERS,
Heavy Cotton Sweaters, for Men
or Women-a good, warm,
j each .
Wc had grea
come? again an
Not only thesi
good solid leal
Overalls ... .
RIBBED HOSE, 10c.
Children's Black Ribbed Hose, in
sizes ti to O-Were 20c. per pair
Reduction Sale price,
UTILITY GINGHAM, i?c.
Amoskeug Fast-color Gingham
Utility and etiler Standard
lira ads-New pr lc?
per yard .
ROYS' UNION SUITS, 05c.
Hoys' Heavy Fleece-lined Union
Suits br llano's Fine Elastic I ti li
lied Union Suits. Reduction Sale
price-Suit, up to 14
MEN'S KERSEY HANTS, $2,25.
Men's Heavy Kersey Rants, woven
through and through, Wool
Wool Mixed Bants,
r Less" Every Day. S> Come Supply
s at Our New Prices.
Going Right on With Our
g prices to where, three weeks ago it seem
Necessity knows No Costs or Losses,
t response to our first offering but now
id your reward will be greater.
LY NOTHING HAS EVER NEAR
)ACHED THESE ASTOUNDING
z but hundreds and hundreds of other things.
; Us Your Shoe Bill.
kinds and prices to quote. We're just
that will make them go. They are all
ther ones too.
N'S I IL UM BUCKLE OVERALLS, $1.18.
tutic Ol OC Little Hoys' Union-made
Big BONY' Uiiion-modo
Men's Clothing, 33 1-3 Per Cent Off!
That's going them ono hotter. When all our r?gulai' clothing
customers know that our Clothing is priced in plain figures at al
ready low price, they know also that Hit 1-?t per cont o IV hero will
equal 50 per cent ofY others' prices. Tills means all of the pruitt part
and part of the cost, but wo uro ready to take the loss.
REOULARS, STOUTS, SLIMS.
Our highest price for this season vflX? $15.00. That
. moans now your choleo.
Our cheapest All-Wool Suit for this season was $25.00.
That means your choleo now.
MEN'S BLUE BUCKLE
Men's Crimino Rliie-Biiekle Over
alls, sizes ipj to 14,
Men's Union Made Engi
Men's Crown's Rest .
Dig Roys' Overalls, Rlue
Bells or Double Header.
<p I .tit*
WINDOW SC Kl M.
25-inch Floral Dat terns Window
Scrim, was 20c, now.12)6C.
?StMncli Double Border Floral Pat
tern body, was 25c, now. . . . 15c.
35c. Scrim, now.19c.
50c. Scrim, now.:??c.
75c. Scrim, now.50c.
BUSTER BROWN HOME.
Duster Brown Fast Rieck, Medium
Ribbed Hose for Roys or (?il ls, 50c.
Sizes up to IVi .85c.
Sizes up to IO.:*5c.
ROYS' EXTRA HOSE.
Boys' Fxtrn Heavy Ribbed Hose,
big sizes only-7 % to IO QCp
-30c; values, at, Pair. . . J JLi
BOYS' RI BRED HOSE, 15c.
Roys' Fust, Black Ribbed Hose
same quality sold a few weeks ago
at 25c-Any size now
prlce.il, per pnlr .
LA DUOS' SILK HOSE, 75c.
Ladles' Pure Thread Silk Hose,
with six-inch Lisle Top, in Colors,
Hinch, White and Brown. These
Hose are as cheap or cheaper than
you've ever bought this "7C.
quality-Now, pair, only I ubi
LADIES' HOSE? 10c,
Ladies' Lisle Finish Black or
White Hose-tho kind you've paid
25e. for here-Now at, 1 0
pail'-all you want.I Ubi
MEN'S SHIRTS, 75c
Men's Fast-Color Fine or
Chambray and Cheviot
Shirt?, sizes Ki to 17. Re
do rt ion Sale price, each. . .
E. HARPER., Proprietor,
SENECA, | ?.
Cash -S'is 'tm for Less
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS,
20 dozen Union Suits just received
from man who wanted to sell them.
Wo cleaned out the lot and offer
them, for Hoys and Girls, Kflp
LADIES' VESTS, 48c.
Ladies Blenched or Unbleached
Vests or rants-Now ?LWr*
LADIES1 UNION SUITS, $1.50.
Ladies' Fine Ribbed, Rleached and
Flecce-lliiod Union Suits, well
tailored, Heavy Weight-were
wort li $2.25-Reduct ion
Sale price, ouch .
LADIES' LISLE HOSE, ?Oe.
These aro perfect, or near perfect,
Seconds of regular 75e. value. Now
going at, SPFATAL, per pair,
Needing a Range
You have perhaps been waiting until the prices are re
duccd. If so, come and buy now. We have the most complet!
Buck's Stoves and Ranges,
Majestic Ranges and
Cole's Blast Hot Heaters
that you will find in Oconee County. * The prices ar
way down. Come and see.
Ballenger Hardware wi Furniture Co.,
Seneca, S. C.
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"She is gone, but not forgoten."
In Memory of Our Dear Cousin,
She ls sleeping, sweetly sleeping,
In that home beyond the sky;
She is wafing, sweetly walting,
For our coming, bye and bye.
Peaceful be her rest;
It ls sweet to hoar her name;
In life we lovod her dearly- -
In death we do tho same.
One by ono earth's ties aro broken,
And we seo our love decay,
And the hope so fondly cherished
Brighten but to pass away.
Call not back tho dear departed,
Anchored safe where storms are
In tho border land we left hor,
Soon to meet and part no moro.
'Tis hard to break tho tender cord
When love has bound the heart;
'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words
Must wo forever part?
We miss thoo from thy home, dear,
We miss thoo from thy place;
A shadow o'er our life is cast;
We miss the sunshine of thy face.
-Mrs. Cornelia Rogers
and daughters, S. and M.
Tamassoo, S. C.- (adv.)
Steel Prices Dropping Past.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 29.- Most ol
tho independent steel companies al
ready have followed the lead of thc
.(ones and Laughlin Stool company
of Pittsburg, which roducod prices
on bars, plates and structural shape:
to the level of the United States in
duslrial board's prices of March
11)1!), or are about to do so, accord
lng to high stool authorities bore
Seyeral of the largor independent in
torests hiive advisod ihelr ofllces ii
Xew York, Chicago, Philadelphia
Cleveland and other cities, lt is said
to accept new business at tho indus
trial board's prices.
NTo reduction in wages ls con tem
plated immediately, according to th
liest information available. It wa
freely predicted by steel official?
however, that, a wage reduction i
Inevitable within the noxt few weeks
-. . ...
ICstnMlshes New Rutter Record.
Pargo, N. D., Nov. 26.-A Nortl
Dakota hoifor, Carnation Plonee
Sogls, No. 451,370, has broken th
sovon-day's world record for butte
fat production in tho Junior two-year
old class, producing In seven consec
utlvo days 24,877 ounces of butte
fat, tho equivalent of 31.09 pound
of 80 per cont commercial butter.
TAKE ACID FROM HOCK BY HEAT
Exports Say Chango Will Uovolution
izo tho Industry.
Washington, Nov. 29.-Develop
ment of a process for extracting phos
phoric acid from rock by the heat
method, which exports predicted
would mean revolutionary changes
in tho fertilizer industry, was an
nounced here to-day by tho Depart
ment of Agriculture. The process
has been worked out on approxi
mately a successful basis at the gov
ernment experiment plant at Arling
Experimetns have shown that
phosphoric acid can be freed from
rock by the use of fuel oil much more
cheaply than by other methods, tho
announcement said. While the actual
cost was not estimated (closoly, the
experiments tended to show that acid
could be produced at about 16 per
cent of the actual value of the pro
duct, while the cheapest previous
production cost was placed at about
2 2 per cent.
Testa were made of heating mix
tures of mineral, sand and coke tc
a smelting temperature with electric
ity as fuel. The process proved sat
isfactory, but the prohibitive cost ol
tho current resulted in tho trial o
oil, which also is supplied abundant
ly In sections of Florida, where phos
pliate rock deposits are being (level
Higher recovery also is clainiot
for the new process. Huns at the KOV
eminent plant showed about 17 po
cent recovery, while the host previ
ens rocovery was only slightly nbov
IC per cent, the department declared
Alleged Murderer Dead.
(Iroonvllle, Nov. 2t'?.-Twenty-odi
miles abovo Greenville, in a sinai
mountain cottage, near the seen
where Linday Vaughn, farmer, o
Henderson county. North Carolin!
i was shot and Instantly killed Tuet
. day. the man who was charged wit
. the killing-Fur man Bright-die
early this morning. Bright shot hin
self over the heart Wednesday mon
ing when officers approached hi
Claude Phillips, hold hy the con
- nor's jury at the Vaughn inquest ?
o an accessory, is still In the count
4 jail. Phillips stoutly denies an
, guilt. Tho shooting occurred t-er
tho house in which Bright diet
Hie throe having stopped to tait
supper In a camp pitched for Hi
night, lt is said.
Three ivillcd in Explosion,
Dunwoody, Ga., Nov. 20.--Thrt
men were killod and two others s
riously injured by tho oxplosio
-Iof a boiler at tho Dunwoody .Mlllin
Company's plant here to-day. Th
doad are Graham Spruill, aged 24
John Manning, aged 40, and Leonai
Chevrolet Killed While Racing.
The Speedway, Los Angelos, Cal.,
. Nov. 25.-Gaston Chevrolet, famous
I racing driver, and Loyall Jolis, mech
anician for Eddie O'Donnell, wore
j killed to-day when Chevrolet's and
! O'Donnell's machines crashed to
I gother on tho Los Angelos speedway
! at tho east ond of tho grandstand
near tho close of tho 250-mile race.
Chevrolet, lt developed, had won
the'national championship for 10 20
on ? point batss, Roscoe Sarlos, win
ner of to-day's race, being far behind.
O'Donnell was so seriously injured
that it was at first reported that he
was killed. His skull was fractured
and both arms broken, and little
hope was held that ho could recover.
John Bresnahan, Chevrolet's mech
anician, was also seriously injured.
The accident occurred while Chev
rolet, O'Donnell and Joe Thomas
were fighting to make up tho half a
dozen" laps they wero behind the load
ers at tho 150 lap point. According
to persons grouped about the turn,
Chevrolet turned to pass Thomas,
who was on tho inside of tho bowl,
and his car struck that of O'Donnell,
who was on the east side. O'Don
nell's car turned and plunged down
the incline, and Chevrolet's, appar
ently out of control, shot to tho toi
of tho track, toro out 20 feet of thc
fence, then rolled down the incline ot
top of tho wreckage beneath whlcl
O'Donnell and Jolis were pinned.
O'Donnell Dies Later.
Los Angelos, Nov. 26.-Eddi
O'Donnell, racing driver, Injured yo*
torday at Revorloy Hills spoodwaj
i died this morning without having rc
Rev. .Marlon Dargan Dead.
Groonwood, Nov. 20.-Rev. Mai
ion Dargan,well known rotirod Metl
odist minister, diod hero yostorda
morning after a long illness. Mi
Dargan is survived by his widow,wh
was Miss Annie II. nicklin, of Choi
ter county; one brother, Eugen
Dargan, of Houston, Texas, and thro
children, Miss Edna Dargan, of t li I
city; William Dargan, of Sumte
and Rev. Marion Dargan, Jr., of Atl
ons, W. Va. Mr. Dargan was in h
tilth year, having boon born Apr
28, 1857, at Darlington. Ho entere
tho Methodist ministry in 1884. Sin<
that time he has held many impo
tant positions In the Mothodlst Coi
ference, being made a presiding o
der in 180 8. Eor tho past six yoai
ho had made his homo in Greonwooi
having been forced to retire from tl
activo ministry 'on- account of i
health. He wa? a graduate of Vai
O'Shlelds, aged 10. The injurod ai
C. A. Spruill and son, Bonny, an
they were rushed to a hospital I
ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALK OF
'Pursuant to an order of tho Court
of rvobato, I will offer for salo, for
Cash, to tho highest bidder, at tho
lute residence of tho deceased, in
Conter Township, Oconeo County, S.
C., op WEDNESDAY, tho lJSth day
of DECEMBER, 1920, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, the 'Personal Prop
erty bolonging to tho Estate of John
W. Gibson, Deceased, consisting of
Mulos, Automobiles, Ruggy and Har
ness, Fodder, Wheat, Mower and
Rake,, Oats, Corn, Blacksmith Tools,
Farming Tools and Implements,
Housohold and Kitchen Furniture
and numerous other articles.
(MRS.) R. C. GPBSON,
Administratrix of the Estato of John
W. Gibson, Decoasod.
Dec. 1, 1920. 48-49
C H Manet Varnish
Stains make your old
furniture look like
new. Use it on floors
and wood work too.
Ask your Painter, he knows
Maints and tarnishes
We will gladly sand you free color
charts and booklet* on paints.
C . G . J A Y N E S ,
WALHALLA, S. C.
The seeds of tho tallow tree of
China aro covered with a wax used
In making candios.