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Brilliant White
Enameled, Woodwork
There is nothing more beau
tiful than smooth white enamel
finished doors, stairways, pillars und
wainscoting. For finest results use
Pee Gee China Enamel
It is the whitest; smoothest and
most brilliant enamel made. Does not
turn yellow and is easily cleaned, re
maining white and glossy for years.
For every other surface that
needs a protecting and beautifying coat
of Varnish you will get the best results
and longest wear with
^FLOOR VARNISH J
VARNISHES'
il
Westminster,S.C. Walhalla,S.C
BOOSTING HOE INDUSTRIES
Following the awakening which has
come as a result of the Made-in-Caro
Unas Exposition, held at Charlotte re
cently, together with the wide pub
licity which attended that evont, tho
business men of this soction have
greeted with much satisfaction tho
Carolina Shopping List, published and
distributed by the Observer Printing
House of Charlotte.
The first edition of this shopping
lh3t comprises 10,000 copies and has
been distributed through the Cham
bers of Commerce, merchants' associa
tions, libraries, civic clubs and com
mercial and manufacturing - organiza
tions. The reception of the first odl
tlon ard the readily apparent value of
the publication have resulted lu ihe
decision upon the part of the publish
ers to Issue a second edition of 30,000
copies in the near future which will
be more comprehensive than the first.
The new shopping list enables tho
North Carolina consumer, retailor and
jobber to purchase at home thoso ar
ticles which aro manufactured within
the two states. In its classifications,
Uko the recent exposition, lt is a rev
elation of tho present state of develop
ment of tho manufactures In the two
states, and of thc variety und quality
of their products.
It is invaluable to tho Carolina mer
chants in their new determination to
keep Carolina money at homo for the
development of Carolina industry and
the Increasing wealth and prosperity
of Carolina people.
Preparation of the Gospel Peace.
Fears flourish In mean communions.
And so it ls with worries, which are
tho prolific children of fear. They
all grow fat and strong when life ls
lived in small and confined circles,
and ls bereft of air and vision. Poul
things breed in closed rooms. There ls
something very fusty, something
strongly Inclining to sickliness and
fainting In a chamber which never
receives cleansing, vitalizing visits
from the air <>f huger worlds. And so
it ls with tin? SOlll. Tho spirit grows
faint and timid when wo have no com
munion with the breath of Ood. Rn]
when we face our perils lt) communion
with thc Lord our timidities aro trans
formed, our uncertainties vanish, and
our slipping feet are steadied hy being
shod with "the preparation of tho
gospel of pence."
The Way of Wickedness.
How these lives of ours are knit up
with many other lives, and no sin is
committed hilt that lt brings suffering
and tears to sonic loving heart, lt ls
true, Indeed, that no mun liveth unto
himself, and no man dleth unto him
self, and no man slnneth unto him
self. Wo an; laying up In store heavy
sorrows for those who love us best
when wo go dellhcrutely tho way of
.ss. If fathers und sons could
nee cxiM-cl.se a blt of moral
iou as to tho effect of wrong
, ench other, it would save
mi much sorrow and remorse
tn years to come.
Modish Parasols.
Parasols liuporlod from ?Paris and
London are showing the vogue of tho
black and whlto effect, some of them
being made of broad striped silk of
alternating stripes. Flowered materi
als arc being used for the popular linea
ef sunanadea, as well?
Two oyes soo moro than ono.-Por
tuguese.
Take everybody's advice-, thou use
your own-Scotch
NEWS NOTES FROM CONEROSS. !
Annual Reunion of Alexanders of (ho
Coneross Section-IVrsonals.
Coneross, Nov. 1.-Special: Misses
.lossie Mae Ward and Della Perry, of
Salem, who are attending the teach
ers* normal school at Walhalla, spent
the week-end with Miss Jessie Darker
here.
Prayer meeting was rained out last
Thursday night, but the same sub
ject, "Love," w?i? bo used on Thurs
day night of this Wb?k. T. W. Byrd
will conduct tho meeting.
Miss Lena Abbott spent some time
recently with her friend, Miss Cecil
Singleton, of Mt. Tabor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Morgan, of Pick- j
ens, wore recent visitors in our com
munity.
Blue Ridge school re-oponod yes- '
terday with the same teachers-Supt.
H. H. Duncan, of Lavonia, Ga.; Miss
Hettie Derrick, of Mountain Rost,
and Miss Jessie Barker, of our com- '
mun'ity. The school building has re-1
cently been painted and repaired. The
attendance yesterday was good. We
aro hoping for this to be ono'of Blue
Ridge's best yer/s.
A most delightful day was spent * y
a happy crowd at the old Alexander
homestead at Coneross on last Thurs
day, Oct. 27,-tho occasion being the
Alexander reunion, which ls held on
tho 27th of October of each year. The
reunion Inst week was the thirtieth.
On the 27 th of October 30 years ago
tho dear old grandmother was buried
and lt h|s boen the custom of MK;
children und relatives to moot annu
ally on that date. Tho crowd mot
early and enjoyed thc morning in
genoral greetings and conversation.
At noon everybody enjoyed tho lunch
that was spread on a long table in
front of the old house. After lunch
hour a short devotional exorcise was
(tarried out, several songs being sr/ig,
and Rev. Coorgo Smith, of Westmin
ster, read tho Scripture lesson from
tho family Bible of the old grand
father and grandmother, and gave an
interesting talk, saying sonic nico
things concerning thu generations of
this branch of the Alexander family,
naring thia part of tho day's program
the family history was read hy Miss
.lanio Alexander. Owing to tho very
cloudy weather in tho early morning
lhere wore not as many present as
had hoon expected. tl|mgh there wore
over a hundred present. Late In /ie
afternoon the family, relatives and
guests departed and are now looking
forward to another reunion.
Mrs. Mary Murphree, of nonr West
minster, was a recent guest of her
daughter, Mrs. W. P. Haynes.
T. S. Dodd and Bums Wickliffe, of
West Union, wore gneitLt for a while
last week of Judge Abhelfe
William and Marhsall Fennell, of
Anderson, wore in this community a
short while recently looking over
their old homo placo, where they
were raised. Their friends were glad
to seo them, as it had boon quito a
while since they had visited tills sec
lion, their boyhood community.
Take Motors to Dinner.
A now type of open-air restaurant
Which has parking room inside the
resta urn n I property for the cars of
the patrons ls bec nlng popular in
California. Pergolas, built convenient
to the roadway and thatched to keep
off the hot California sunshine, serve
ns the dining room, and caterers bring
the food ordered to the sheltered cnr.
Another type of dining mom whore
tho car ls Invited ls characterised by
a long thatched pnUo. It ls open on
one side, and tho owner can drive his
car to p. point convenient to his table
and watch lt during his yicnl.-Popular
Mechanics Magazine,
; vi"' Ki n . 'WV Vni i' ' i ' , i i
MM*?
J P Coats
Thread, 5c.
ISO yard spools White and Cp
Black, aU sizes, nt spool...,vui
SON'S
THE HG CASH STORE,
SENECA. SOUTH CAROLINA.
Table Oil
Cloth, 25c.
Solid Wliito and Assorted Fancy
Colors, Good Quality and O Cr?
full width. Yard. L U G i
LADIES' AND MISSES* SUITS,
Coats. Dresses, Shirt Waist, Sweaters and Underwear; Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings and Mil'
linery; Shoes, Boys* Clothing and Men's Pants; Cotton Piece Goods, Blankets, Etc.
We sell for Cash and give the best values your money will buy.
r AD?ES* surra
Thc season's ?atesl offerings ar< herc, Authentic
models in the . ling materials and cobra just t He 'siite to
fit you ?nd at a price I hat will picas y ou.?
$ 10.00 to $35.00
LADIES' SILK WAISTS.
Ladies' Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists, very
pretty models in White. Flesh, Navy, Pink and many;
other colors? Very reasonably priced at
$3.00 to $5.00
LADIES' COATS.
Wc personolly selected a big assortment in New York
City a few days ago-only one or two of a kind? These
are the greatet values? Seneca has ever ?seen. Prices
$7.50 to $30.00
LADIES' DRESSES.
Serge and Tricotine Dresses, regular and jumper
models, some plain tailored, others trimmed with Braid,
Bands, etc. A very pretty assortment indeed, and priced
$5.00 to $15.00
Ladies' Silk Hose, 50c.
Ladies1 Kihre Silk Hose in White
and I'.lack and Cordovan, pretty
50c.
ami smooth, with (ho
seamed hack-Price
Men's Underwear, 65o.
Men's Heavy Fleece-Lined Shirts
and Drawers- PRp
Per Garment .Uuti
Men's Wool Socks, 25c.
.Men's Wool and Wool-.Mixed
Socks-Very good weight ORp
and assorted colors-Price. ?J I* i
Ladies' Vests and Pants.
Ladies' Medium - Weight Full
50c.
Blenched Vests nfttf Pants
Prico per Garment.
STAPLE COTTON GOODS.
We arc selling Cotton Goods at Tselow present mill
prices. We can't hold them down much longer. They
are going up up up.
LIGHT-WHIG HT CHECK HOMESPUN
W I Kill I DHU L:. ?| Q?fyC
.10c.
CHKVOTS- V?M.121/20. ISC.
SOLID-COLOR OUTINGS, HEAVY WEIGHT AND STAND- IC
ARD WIDTH-Yard ?.lUJi
LIGHT COLORED OUTINGS
32-INCH SHEETING
Yard
Yard
Yard
Yard
Boys' Suits.
Hoys' Knee Pants Snits, Hine
Serge and Assorted Mixtures, ages
.1 to 1? years. Priced
$5.00 ,(> $9.50
Men's Overalls, $1.00
Overall
They at
$1.00
Just a few moro Mon's Overalls
to sell at this price. They arc
worth $1.25 at whole
sale. Our price.,
Men's Dress Shirts, 95c.
Men's very good quality Striped
Percale Shirts, sizes 14 QK?
to 10}?, at only.J J lu
Ueo Wool Flannel, 50c.
Hod Wool Mixed Flannel, very
,?<v,d . iiality- CAp
Price ??or y.ird .UUUi
Men's Corduroy Pants.
Corduro;
$3.00
'Mon's Dark Color Corduroy
Pants-Very good qual
ity-Prico.
-. n. J.?. ? . i - i.i:;m
SHOES ! SHOES I SHOES !
Douglas Shoes for Men?
? bodman Shoes for Women.
Other good makes for everyt n;i .
MEN'S DRESS'SHOES- J | OR TO JV
At, per pair.??|li i
WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES- iJQ AA TO #>C AA
At, per pair.Kiel/U i??iUU
?""WS*.52.00 TO $4.50
ROYS' SHOES- ; o cn TO QC AA
At, per pair.*.'4iJU i?tJ.UU
CHILDREN'S SHOES- &-\ AC TO 0Q AA
At, per pair...i? I.?d ip?.UU
Men's Wool Underwear.
Men's Wool Shirts and Drawers,
Natural Color, close woven, and a
very pretty Garment- O A OE
Pri?e.$ I i??
Men's Ribbed Underwear.
llanos' Rlhhed Underwear for
Men
Shirts and Drawers
Lach.
Union Suits
Each.
75c.
$1.50
Ladies' Wool Underskirts!
; Under
$2.00
Ladles' Ail-Wool Knit Under
skirts, Navy and Gray
Prico.'.
REMNANTS.
Ll **'. *
v Thousands and thousands of yards of Staple Cotton
Goods to jyo on thc Remnant Ta We inst as fast as wc can
measure and tag them. You vyiil Find something gt>od in
this lot everyda" . id al prices lower than they sell fot tn
ful? pieces,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SWEATERS.
These popular garments are sellinK fast. We get
new ones every few days in wool mixed and all-wool
materials?
.$2.50 r $8.00
...$2.50T $5.00
.$2.00T $3.50
LADIES' SWEATERS
ArO indeed.
MEN'S SWEATERS
Aro prieed .
CHILDREN'S SWEATERS
Aro priced .
We Have Them from This to This
Overstocked on
Stoves and Ranges
The Same Old Story-But a
Sad Reality.
Wc have a complete assortment of
the very highest grade Buck's Stoves
and Ranges-all one quality-from
the Highly Polished and Enameled
Nickled Trimmed Ranges io the
small No. 7 Cook Stove?
We are offering these Stoves at less
than replacement values? If interest
ed in ? Stove or Range it will be to
your interest to see us at once? for we
have something interesting to tell you
as to prices and quality of these Stoves.
Cole's Original Hot Blast Heaters
We have also a large stock of these well-known Heaters in large sizes that wc offer
for less than present dealers' cost, These Heaters are well adapted to School Houses.
Churches or Business Houses. Better see us before the stock is gone.
Ballenger Hardware and Furniture Co.,
SENECA, 8. C.
Whiskey Kill? Child.
(Hartwell, Ga., Sun.)
Discovering a small quantity of
whiskey which tho family had kept
for medicinal purposes, Angus Wol
bom, the 3-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Welborn, who resido in tho
Heed Creok community, drank some
of the liquor and was found shortly
thereafter in an Intoxicated condi
tion. His mother, thinking that Gio
child would soon recover from tho
effects of tho liquor, laid him on a
bed and awaited developments. He
soon developed alarming symptoms,
however, was racked with convul
sions, which caused hi? death.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS?
All persons Indebted to tho Estate
of SALLIE KEELS, Deceasod, aro
hereby notified to make payment to
tho undersigned, and all persons hav
ing claims against said Estate will
present the same, duly attested, with
in tho timo prescribed hy law, or ho
barred. MOLLY S. MCDOWELL,
Executrix of the Estate of Sallie
Keols, Deceased..
Oct. 2G, 1921. 43-46
CITATION NOTICE.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.-Dy V. E. Martin,
Esq., Judge of I'robnto.-Whoroas,
Mrs. Eunice D. Holland has -made
suit to mo *.o grant hor Letters of
Administration of tho Estato of nnd
Effects of W..A. Holland, Locoascd
These aro, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and croditora of tho said W. A.
HOLLAND, Deceasod, that they ho
and appear before mo, in the
Court of Probate, to bo hold at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Tuosday, tho 15th day of Novem
ber, 1921, after publication hereof,
at ll o'clock in tho forenoon, to show
causo, if any they have, why the 8aid.
administration should not be granted
Given under my hand and seal this
3l8t day of October, A . D. 1921.
V. P. MARTIN,
J migo of Probate for Oconee Co, S. C.
?Published on the 2d and 9th days
of November, 1921, in Tli? Keoweo
Courier, and on the Court House door
i for the time prescribed by law.
1 Nov. 2, 1921. 44-4K t,

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