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loNE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading inserted at rate of
ono cent a word per insertion.
Four insertions for price of j
throo.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cept?e! for this column for liHH than
in cents, one Insertion.)
MY (il WICK Y will he closed from
Doe. I Sth lo .lun. 3d. JOT IN DAY,
Walhalla, Itoute ::. . IH-r.o?
FOR SA l<l-:-i ?nc Jersey Cow and
Calf; (lind calf.) See J. L. LICK.
Walhalla. S. C. ii'*
NOTICE.-Aller this week tho
days for ginning at tile Walhalla and
West Union gins will bo Tuesdays,
Fridays and Sa I unlays. 19
WANTED-100 bushels Peas and
LT) bushels Cane Seed. Will pay cash
for same. lt. II. ALEXANDER, at
Court Mouse. Waliialla. S. C. l!>-.'?0
COTTON OIN NI NC.- I will gin
only two days in the week until
Christmas-Thursdays and Fridays
of each week. M. D. IlUSKAMI*,Wal
halla, Route 3. I!)
WATKINS REMEDIES-The pub
lic ls horcby notified that the well
known Watkins Dino of Doods can bo
found by calling on S. A. TOW, Wal
halla, Routo 2, or R. O. NICHOLS,
Walhalla, S .C._ 46-49?
FOR SALK-Cattle. Shoats. Fod
der and two or three hundred bush
els of Corn. One extra good 2-horse
Wagon, used one year, $0 0. A. D.
HALLENDER. Salem, S. C., near
Nimmons Bridge. 49*
BRING YOUR EGGS to URURT,"
at Hurt's Cafo, old P. O. Building,
Main Street, Walhalla, and got high
est market price for thom-CASH
DOWN "and no grumbling." Will
tako all you bring. J. BURT GIL
LESPIE, Walhalla, S. C._2_2_",f__
GINNING.-Notice to the Public
After the 1st of December I will gin
cotton three days in the week-Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, up to
tho lath. After that date only two
days a week-T II sdays and Satur
days. MONROE L. SMITH, Salem.
S. C. 48-50*
FOR SALE.-Still in the market
lo sell some Good Farms at the low
prico of cotton level. Also a new
Blacksmith Out lit of forge and anvil,
shop and outfit complete, and a few
Farming implements, at a bargain.
Weeders, Cultivators, Subsoil Plows
and Disc Plows. Some Hrood Sows.
See or write W. H. KNIGHT, Seneca,
S. C., Route i.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mm.Min 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. Mnckln,
Rector.
P. O. Dox 82, Anderson, S. C.
fa LOCAL AND PERSONAL, fa
fafafafafafafafafafa fafafafafafafafafa
- -Willi every dollar purchase you
will be given a chance at the beauti
ful doll ou display in Hell's Drug
Store window. adv.
Wm. A. 11 ot rich spent a few days
in Philadelphia last week on busi
ness.
-All makes standard sowing ma
chine noodles at Moss <fc Ansel's,Wal
halla.-adv.-24-tf.
- Miss Josephine Alexander spent
the past week-end with friends in
Culhoun.
--.Save your tickets for a chance
to win the beautiful doll in our win
dow. Hell's Drug Store. -adv.
- Mrs. N. J. Brown returned to
Walhalla Thursday of last week af
ter a two weeks' visit to points in
Florida,
-Pormnlife storage battorlos aro
guaranteed for 2 0 months-for all
makes of cars. Piedmont Auto Co.,
Walhalla.-adv,
-Little Misses Agnes and Esther
Alexander, of Seneca, aro visiting at
the home of their uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Alexander.
--See our Christmas goods. \
large assortment of toys, toilet arti
cles, etc;., at Hell's Drug Store.-adv.
Wade C. Hughs and little daugh
ter. Cert rude, spent several days in
Greenville last week for the purpose
of having the child's tonsils removed.
The operation was very successful
and Gertrude is getting along nicely.
One slightly used upright Chlck
cring piano, cheap for cash. Apply
at Boll's Drug Store. Walhalla.- -adv
Solicitor Leon W. Harris, of An
derson, was in Walhalla yesterday
for a sholl while oil business. Mis
many friends here were glad to have
Opportunity of shaking his band and
talking willi him at a time when ho
was more free than during tho ses
sion of court.
Splendid line candies, fireworks.
Xmas cards, stationery and toilet ar
ticles. Norman's Drug Store, -adv.
-There will be a call meeting ol'
the Paul Mayne Circle at the home of
the president, Mrs. John Dendy, on
Thursday (to-morrow) at :'. o'clock.
AH the members are urged to attend
this meeting, which is for (be pur
pose of considering the pu reliase of
an anti-tuberculosis certificate,
-Tho pictures which have boen
showing at The Hex Theatre recently
have been of exceptional clearness,
beauty and interest. Those booked
for the future are quite up lo (lie
standard. If you are looking for ti
way to spend a pleasant hour or so
in (he evening you cannot do better
than spend lt al The Rex.
- If you do not want the doll,
give your tickets Jo a friend. One
ticket with every dollar's worth of
goods bought at Hell's Drug Store,
Walhalla.-adv.
I -Mr?. Caldwell C. Sala, of Lin
I cointon, N. C., ls In Walhalla visit
ing at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Sanders and among other friends.
- Mrs. K.M. Cudworth, of Charles
ton, is spending a few days in Wal
halla visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. it.
; ll uglies and Miss Sue Maxwell, and
among other relatives. .Mrs. Cud
worth is on her way home from Chat
tanooga. Tenn., where she lias been
visiting tho family of Mr. and Mrs.
.las. F. Ansel.
- You have had trouble with your
battery, bul it was not a Willard. One
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Oarage, Walhalla.-adv
We rogrel lo learn that Krank
ll. ("arter has been confined to his
home for the past several days quito
indisposed. Mr. Carter recently Buf
fered an attack, in light form, of flu,
and it is thought that "Iiis present
trouble is the result of getting oiit
Ino early after bis other attack. Wo
hope that be may soon be quito well
ag i in.
Kxaminc our stock of Christinas
goods liefere making your purchases.
We lia ve something for each member
of the family. Hell's Drug Store,Wal
halla. adv.
- A special election was held In
tho town of West I'nion on Nov. 30.
for the purpose of electing an intend
ant and two members of the council
to fill Hie unexpired terms of Intend
ant J. C. Shockley and Councilmen
O. C. Eyles and J. P. Morton, re
signed. IO. O. Hutchison was elected
intendant and James Ph in ney and G.
C. Cronshnw were chosen as mem
bers of council.
-Down with prices-Dry goods,
clothing, shoes, notions and ready-to
wear goods at Norman's Dry Hoods
Store, Walhalla. Plenty of Christmas
goods.-adv.
- Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Craig left
last week for Greenville to consult
u specialist in regard to their little
daughter, who lias been quite unwell
for some time, lt was found neces
sary to remove both tonsils and ade
noids, as well as to have an opera
tion on the ear. Mrs. Craig remained
with the Child in Greenville, Dr.Craig
returning to Walhalla. Yesterday,
however, Dr. Craig returned to the
hospital in Greenville, hawing re
ceived word that the little one's con
dition was*not so favorable as hud
been boped for. Friends of the fam
ily feel deeply interested in the little
sufferer and hope thal she may soon
bo restored to perfect health.
- Pretty line box candies, sta
tionery, toilet and manicure sets, toi
let articles, and big lino Christmas,
wedding and birthday gifts; tovs,
dolls, books. Dillies, etc. Norman's
Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv-16-tf.
- The Gurney Manufacturing Co.
plant at Walhalla was closed down
?a:s? week, the suspension of opera
tion being due lo a lack of orders in
the present restricted market, and
tho fact that all warehousing space
In the plant is tilled with the manu
factured product. The managers do
not give any indication as to the
length of time their plant will be
closed, but say that at the first op
portunity to resume business it will
be their policy to open their plant
for full time, or as nearly full Hmo
as possible. The Gurney plant is ono
of tho best known plants in Hie Uni
ted States, and there are but one or
two similar plants in thc country.
They use the Gurney patent machin
ery in the turning out of large and
small bowls, and their business bas
included not only domestic orders,
but not a few for export.
-The best is the cheapest, and
that ls the Willard. Hughs Garage,
Walhalla.-adv.
-One of the best sermons ever
heard in Walhalla, according to a
quite general expression of opinion,
was that delivered by Rev. W. H.
Hamilton,of the Presbyterian church,
on Hie subject of "Bolshevism." The
church was crowded almost to capa
city, there being no other service In
town last Sunday night, and all of
the local denominations were repre
sented in the congregation, lt will
provo both interesting, instructive
generally beneficial and uplifting for
our people to attend regularly and
hear the entire series of sermons that
Mr. Hamilton will preach, last Sun
day night's sermon on "Bolshevism"
being the first of the sorles. Next
Sunday night Mr. Hamilton's subject
will be "The Second Coming of
Christ." Tho complete list of tho sub
jects gives promise of a most inter
esting and profitable discussions of
live subjects that bear directly upon
both the spiritual and temporal sides
of our daily lives.
-Our Christmas stock of goods is
complete In every detail, and prices
are right. See for yourself; come in
and look them over. Dell's Drug
store, Walhalla.-adv.
-Julius Meldon, (he l?-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius .Moldau,
who live below West I'nion, near the
power niant of Hie Walhalla Ugh!
and Power Co.. was painful)., hurt
last Monday when his righi arm in
some manner got caught in a wheel
of the heavy machinery and the arm
was badly mangled, lt was thought
thal amputation will be necessary,
but inst efforts will be made to save
the injured limb. Tho boy showed
remarkable nerve and endurance, lt
was not known that be was in the
plant at the time of the accident, his
father, who has charge of the plant,
not having seen him come In. When
the accident happened the father was
nol in hailing distance, and Hie boc
had to make his way up the sleep
bill at tho side of the power house
and toward home without assistance j
until he was close enough to attract
attention of the folks at bis home.
H is hoped that young Moldau will
continue to improve and that his in
juries will prove less serious than at
first feared.
-Formnllfe storage batterlea are
guaranteed for 20 months-for all
makes of cars. Piedmont Auto Co.,
Walhalla.-adv.
... - -- -**%tm
Vanilla is the only member of thr
orchid family possessing any eco
nomic value.
PASTOR IS WAIORA' WELCOMED.
Seneca to Have 'Commimfty Sing"
To-night - Local flatters.
Seneca. Dec. 7.-Special: Misa
Grace Alexander, a student of G. W.
C., spent the week-end at home, in
East Seneca.
Dr. and Mrs. Stevenson, of Atlanta,
spent a few days the ??ist week with
tl?e parents ol' the latter*," Mr. and
Mrs. .1. E. Sitton, on Oak street.
Mrs. W. E. Austin visited Mr. and
.). L. Lowery in Shelbv. V. G.. th;' lat
ter part of the past week. -
The Wizard of Tamassee D. A. lt.
chapter will meet with Mrs. W. I'.
Reid on Tuesday, the 14th, at .4
0 clock. Members will ploaso/note thc
change of time for meeting from
Wednesday, the 15th, to tho J 4th.
Miss Margie VnnDIvlere, of g}nvaU
nab. Ga., was a recent gue^t of her!
friend. Miss Sue Gignilliat.
On account of the scarcity of coal
the Presbyterians will observe Wed
nesdays as "church day" through the
winter months. Tho WOrnan's Auxil
iary, the Junior Auxiliary and nil the
church organisations will meet on
Wednesdays instead of Mondays ?md
Tuesdays as heretofore The usual
mid-week prayer service will be held
at the regular hour-7 o'clock-on
Wednesday evening. '
Rev. 1. IC. Wallace preached to the
convicts at the camp a few miles out
of town Sunday afternoon. Dr. .1. H.
Burgess and H. P. Holleman accom
panied Mr. Wallace and attended tho
1 services.
The Parent-Teacher Association
cordially invites all those who can
sing, and if there are some folks who
cannot sing, but Uko to hear those
who can, to meet this (Wednesday)
evoning at 8 o'clock in the Presbyte
rian church for the purpose of formu
lating plans for a "Community Sing"
for Sunday evening, Dec. 19th. This
will be tho first thing of the kind
given in Seneca, and it promises to
be an event of special attraction. The
association requests the public to ob
serve that not only are those from
the town urged to attend this meet
ing, but all music lovers from the
communities round about Seneca. If
all will do so it will indeed prove a
"Community Sing" and prove bene
ficial to all. So be on hand this even
ing and help make the "sing" a j
grand success. The following ladies
are asked to serve on the decorating j
committee: Mrs. W. J. Lunney,
chairman; Mrs. Walter Brock. Mrs.
Grace Vernor, Mrs. Eustice Hopkins,
Mrs. .1. .1. Norton, Miss Alice Hop
kins, Miss Olivia Barron, Miss Sheri
dan.
The welcome service which was
held in the Methodist church Sun
day evening was attended by a large
congregation, representing all the de
nominations of the town. The object
of this service was to welcome Rev.
and Mrs. H. n. Hardy, tho Methodist
pastor, and his wife. After the ser
mon, which was preached by Rev.
Hardy, Rev. J. W. Willis, pastor of
the Baptist church, extended lt warm
welcome to these good peopl^. Rev.
I. E. Wallace followed, and Its behalf
of the Presbyterian church lie bade
them welcome as citizens ap*? co
workers for the Master. They were
followed by Mrs. E. A. Hines, who
brought warm greetings from the
Episcopal denomination. Altogether
this was a meeting where true;Chris
tin ll fellowship prevailed.
IMPORTANT TO Pl'BLIC SCHOOLS
Last Notice to Trustees and Teachers
Concerning Certain Matters.
Walhalla, Dec. 7, 1020.
The school trustees and teachers
of Oconee county are urged to take
careful note of the following facts:
1. All teachers' certificates Issued
prior to July 1, I!)20, must be con
verted into State certificates. Appli
cation blanks will be mailed upon re
quest. This is the hist of several no
tices in regard to this. It is surpris
ing that many of our teachers have
not yet had their certificates con
verted. ,
2. All certificates must be recorded
in my office before the holders can
draw pay.
3. Teachers holding claims issued
prior to July 1, 1020. will please
send them to me before Dec. 25,
1 0 20, and I shall endeavor to get
them satisfactorily adjusted.
4. lt is expedient that trustees of
rural graded schools read the rural
graded school law and make applica
tion for such amount of State aid as
the law allows. Application blanks
will be in the hands of the trustees
by the time this notice is read. Pill
the blanks out accurately and mail
them promptly to me. These appli
cations are approved in the order In
which they are received by tho State
Superintendent; so do not wait un
til the funds are exhausted before
yon make application. Read thc
school law and meet its re<inirements
Some of the application blanks
for term extension aid sent ont by
me several weeks ago have not yet
been received at my office. Those who
attended to the matter promptly have
received their money already.
This means much to the schools of
Oconee Just now. as there is a scar
city of funds with which to operate
our schools.
This is" a matter of vital import
ance, and 1 urge every teacher and
trustee in the county to attend to
this business promptly .
!.. C. Spca res.
Supt. of Education, Oconee Co.
Armenia Joins Hands with Soviet?
London. Dec. i. Russian Soviet
troops captured Erivan, the Armen
ian capital, on Thursday, and Ar
menia luis (I eel a rod itself a Soviet
Republic, it is asserted in a wireless
dispatch received from Moscow to
day. The troops of the old Armenian
government have placed themselves
at. the disposal of I he Soviet admin
istration, the dispatch declares.
"Azerbaijan," the message adds,
"luis voluntarily renounced tho dis
puted provinces of Zangomar, Nak
hlohovan ami Nagorny and Knra
bagh, which have been handed over
to Soviet Armenia."
SPOT-LIGHT CAUSES TROUBLE.
Oiio Anderson Man shot by Another!
as Result of (.Minnel.
(Anderson Mall, Nov. 6.)
Columbus Shaw, aged 21?, n well
known white man of near Belton,
was Instantly killed Inst night near
Riverside Mill by being shot four
times through the heart. I. E. Wiles,
known as "Shack" Wiles, is now In
the Anderson county j;.il, chargid
with tho kllTitiR of Shaw, Wiles hav
ing conn- io th>* jail and surrendered
shortly after the killing was reported
Shaw was shol four times, the wea
pon used being a revolver, about a
38-culibre. The bullets all entered
the body just beneath the left shoul
der blade, ranging Inward and down
ward and several of them passing
directly through tho heart. One cut
the large blood vessel directly over
the heart. The wound of exit was
just above the ribs, and the bullets
on emerging tore a great hole in the
side ol' the body.
According to Wiles' statement at
the jail, he was riding with another
man and had a spotlight upon his
car. Columbus Shaw was driving a
Ford, and the two cars met. Wiles
states that Shaw yelled to him to
"shut off that damn spotlight." and
that he slowed up his car almost to a
walk, and then stopped.
"Columbus said," continued Mr.
Wiles, "Shut off your engine and
come here." Wiles says that he went
to the standing car and got upon the
running board of the car to better
Bee who was on the Inside. When t?'
got upon the running board, he says,
Shaw asked him if he didn't believe
ho would kill him. After laughing
off the matter, he says Shaw drew his
gun, and that he caught him by the
right hand, bringing the gun around
behind the seat of the car. where it
fired once. Ile says he then drew his
pistol and tired into the back of Co
lumbus Shaw. Shaw fell across the
side of the machine, and Wiles came
on to the business section of the city,
where he says he met Policeman
Aiken and surrendered lils gun. He
then started to the jail and met the
sheriff coming out of the jail yard.
The man was taken into the jail
and locked up. Jailer Hall stated this
morning that Wiles seemed to be
drunk when he came to the jail last
night.
The tragedy occurred about ll
o'clock hist night. The Ford car in
which shaw was killed was at tho
Jail this morning, and it presented a
very gruesome sight. One of the bul
lets bad been fired through the back
of the front seat of the machine, and
this had torn out the upholstering.
The floor of the car. and the left run
ning board were red with clotted
blood, and showed that after dying
Shaw bad bled for a long time, hang
ing over the side of the car.
Shaw was a son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Shaw, of near Belton, and is
survived by his parents and the fol
lowing brothers and sisters: Eugene
Shaw, Clarke Shaw, Peter Shaw. John
Shaw, and Mrs. Morris Bannister and
Mrs. Frank Andrews.
"HOLD ON LIKE GRIM DEATH."
English Cotton Manufacturer Sends
Advice to .Manufacturers' Record.
( Manufacturers' Record.)
"Hold on to your coll?n like grim
death" is the advice- to the South
from ti leading English cotton manu
facturer in a letter to the Manufactu
rers' Record. His advice is good, lt
bs based on the fact that the world
actually needs all the cotton goods
that can be manufactured out of the
existing supply of raw material, but
that the world will liol buy on a fall
ing market, but will purchase when
ever the market begins to rise. This
is true of everything as well as of
cotton. Stagnation and poverty al
ways exist on a falling market. Pros
perity always comes with a rising
market.
The bankers of South Carolina are
unitedly insisting that the cotton
acreage must be decreased 5 0 per
cent for tue coming year. They are
urging banks throughout the South
to refuse credit to every man who
will not agree to cut his cotton acre
age in half.
If cotton growers will hold on to
their present crop, as our English
friend advises, "like grim death,"
and the banks will force a reduction
of acreage by one-half, prices will
rapidly be adjusted to a higher level
and Ibo surplus stock of cotton will
be cleaned up, to Die great advan
tage of the South, assuring profitable
prices for years to come.
Let the South bold its cotton,
reduce its acreage, raise all its own
food-stuffs, put all surplus labor to
building highways and making mu
nicipal improvements, to the clean
ing up of farms and putting them In
better shape, and then out of this
depression in cotton it will win a vic
tory of permanent independence and
prosperity.
Rev. Geo. Smith to Westminster.
(Tugaloo Tribuno, Nov. 30.)
Rev. Geo. Smith, of Liberty, has
accepted a call to become pastor of
the Immanuel Baptist church of
Westminster and will tako up the
work in one month. He preached
here the third Sunday and made a
most favorable impression. He ls a
good preacher and pastor, and tho
Immanuel congregation is to bo con
gratulated. We extend him a cordial
welcome.
Faces of Hindu women aro veiled.
At the Beginning of the New Year.
THK SUCCRSS/FUL BUSINESS MAN builds lils plan (gen
erally railed a budget) for operating bis business during the coin
ing twelve months.
SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MEN never work without a plan
a budget.
THE LACK OF A PI/AN (budget system) in your home, or
personal iltYilii'S, plays havoc wit lt your finances and makes saving
difficult.
THY SEIllOUSLV TH IO BU BO ET I'LA X and watch the re
sults.
IX A PLEASINGLY SHOUT TIME you will have a Bank Ac
count.
A BANK ACCOUNT is the beginning of Financial Independ
ence.
IF YOU WANT TO TALK A BOUT PLANS (or budgets) for
saving
-COME
AND SE IO CS
Walhalla, S. <J
$50,000.1?
Hardware, Farm Implements,
Building Material*
Of thc big stocks of STANDARD Merchandise that
we are offering, we can only mention a few items:
Sporting Goods, Various Christmas Goods, Silver
ware, Manicuring Sets, Cut Glass, Table and Pocket
Cutlery, Guns and Ammunition, Bicycles and Vclocipdes,
"Diamond Edge and Keen Kutter" Tools*
If it's a Buggy, Wagon, Harness, Galvanized Roof
ing or Rubber Roofing, Farm Implements, Building
Material, or most anything else you need, we have it.
Don't delay in buying your holiday goods?
Now is a good time to buy a Majestic Range, Allen
Princess Range or a good Stove, New Perfection Oil
Stoves, etc.
|?ae See Us Before You Buy. *g
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
Westminster, Walhalla,
South Carolina.
20 Per Cent Off
for Cash
!
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,
-and
ALL DRY GOODS.
20 Per Cent Off for Cash
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
J
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS,
All persons indobtod to tho Estate
of Robert W. Stewart, Deceased, aro
heroby notified to make paymont
to the undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present tho samo, duly attestod,
within tho time prescribed by law,
or bo barred.
MRS. S. E. STEWART,
Administratrix (with Will Annoxed)
of the Estato of Robert W. Stow
art, Deceased.
Dec. 1, 102 0. 48-51
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons Indobtod to tho Estate
of BESSIE SIMS, Decoased, are
horoby notified to make paymont
to tho undersigned, and all por
tons having claims against said es
tate will present the same, duly at
tested, within tho Hmo prescribed by
law, or bo bar rod.
M ARTIC DRAKE,
Administratrix of tho Estato of Bos
slo Sims, Deceased.
Dec. 1, 1 020. 48-51

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