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SMALLER NOTION ITEMS.
Bias Tape, Uunch.5c.
Collar Bunds, each.Bc.
iOe. Pearl Buttons, dozon..., 5c.
Mon's Handkerchiefs .5C.
Indies' Hdkfs., 10c., 5c. and.. 8c.
Men's Socks, second?, pair. . . 5c.
Men's Canvas Gloves .loe.
Ladles' Gray Hose, pair. . . . .10c.
Ball Thread, per ball. lc.
Good Bath Towels. . i ..loe.
CLEARANCE Ol
Beforo displaying our lino of Spr
sweep of all Suit? now on hand. Ma
suitable for Young Men's Spring Su ii
Suits suitable for older men; sonto t
satisfactory value nt our this season
Nine-day Clean Sweep price will ran
$10.00 T(
SERGE DRESSES A
Thirty-five Wool Dresses, all this
Black. This season's price was $5.0
??5 Drosses wc make the price Just V
Misses' Sizes, 10 to 42.
TC
$2.50
GIRDS' GINGHAM DRESSES, 00c.
About lpO Girls' Good Gingham
Dresses, in sizes 3 to 14 years, val
ues to $1.50-your choice of the
rack at.09c.
BEST GINGHAM DRESSES.
Girls' best quality Gingham and
best styleB, value $2.50. Sizes 8
to 14 years. Choice.$1.30
CROCHET TH HEAD.
SH kine Crochet Cotton, In white
and Colors. For this salo 3 for 25c.
CLOTH REMNANTS.
All manner of Cloths In short
ends and remnants-White Goods,
Ginghams, Curtain Goods, Colored
Co?tons of all kinds, Silks and
Woolens. Something for all pur
poses, and marked eaoh piece at a
saving in price. On centor table.
Olli CLOTH, 25c.
5-4 Table .OH Cldth, In Fancies
and White. Nine-day Sale price,
per yard... . . .25c.
SWEATERS.
dob lot Ladles' and Children's
Sweaters, some 'Al'lAVool, some
'Wool Mixed, . To> dlose .out, your,
choice . . Vi i i'; $1.00
iBoys* Plain Cotton Sweaters. .OOo.
Boys' light weight Gray Sweat
ers ..39c.
(Men's Heavy Gray Sweaters. .08c.
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS.
Men's Heavy 'Weight -Fast Blue
Cheviot Shirts, double stitched
seams, for Nine Days, each. .03c.
GOOD OVERALLS, $1.00.
Men's standard weight and
workmanship Blue Denim Over
alls. About ten dozen to go In t his
Nine-day Sale, or as long as they
last, per pair.$1.00
BOYS' FLEEOE-IdNBD UNION
SUITS.
Boys' Heavy Fleene-llned Union
Sulto, closed crotch stylos. Best
dollar values. For this Nine-day
Sale-Choice, sizes 4 to 14 years,
at.05c.
These and tivmndr
in selecting. Buy
J. E. HARPER,
Proprietor.
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Co-operation Paid.
Eight farmers Histed' tjhe number
of apple and 'poaoh trees <they womt
?d, and the combined order for 336
apple trees and 107 peach to-eos was
?ent In to a reliable nursery. Tho
apple trees co9t 15 couts each and
the peach trees 12 cerots each. Ono
farr mer stated that his apple trees,
thus ordered, 'looked Uko bettor trees
than he had paid 50 cents each for
the week beforo. Taking the usual
price of 4 0 couts for apple trees and
3i5 cents for poach trees iblils samo
size, tho saving effected 'by this co
operative purchase was $108.61.
Will Hold thom Later.
iDuo to the paths last week ?ov
era! meetings were not held, but will
ibo held butor, when tho roads have
iliad timo to improve. Shorter notice
may perhaps ho given on account of .
tho changeable weather conditions
and imipassabillty of cortaln roads.
Last Chance for Winter .Spray.
The winter or dormant spray Of
.limo sulfur solution should bo ap
plied to tho fruit troes at onco, be
fore the buds havo swollen. Tho
liquid should bo bought if possible
as tho dry lluro sulfur mater lal is
considered only 80 por cont as oMl
clont. The liquid salution ls usu
nU'ly mixed ono part to nine part? of
wiator, although ono to eight is also
used, depending uipon tho specific
gravity, and ls usuaHy marked on
the package. This spray le for San
Jose scale chlofly, although cortaln
llar Sa
iy Fr?<
Monday
THESE Five Days of Oi
Clearance Sale, mean i
take advantage of low prie
shelves and counters of over
dull winter season.
STAPLE COTTON GOO
CLOTHING, CO?
SHOES and
Gut to prices that will quickly
values !
r MEN'S SUITS.
lng Suit? we wish to make a clean
ny of them aro styles and weights
ts. Some- aro Conservative Suck
?ie Box-back Styles. Every Suit a
t's price-$15.00 to $35.00. Our
igo from
'$19.50
IT HALF PRICE,
winter's stylos. Mostly Navy and
?0 to $15.00. To clear away these
lalf of regular price. Ladies and
* $7.50
LADIES' UNION SUITS, 30c.
Ladies' Ribbed Spring and Sum
mer weight Union -Suits, for this
sale-'best 50c. values-all sizes,
at, each.30c.
LINEN FINISH SUITING.
36-in. Linen Finish Suiting, in
absolutely Fast Colors. Colors
guaranteed to wash witlhout fad
ing. Ask to see the pretty colors
in this no-fade Spring 'Dress Fab
ric. For this sale we make the
price, per yard.20c.
32-ln. DRESS GINGHAM, 20c.
Absolutely highest grade Do
mestic Gingham. Fine woven tex
ture, In the newest dainty check
and plaid patterns ifor this spring.
Priced for this salle.20c.
UNCLE SAM PLAnXS, 10c.
Good Shirting patterns, Dress
and Romper patterns in this stan
dard 27-in. Plaid at, yard... 10c.
25-in. good weight Cotton Plaid,
suitable for dresses, quilt linings,
etc. if bought now, would sell for
12%c. yard. Now, yard... .7He.
27-inr CANTON, 12fcc.
Good weight TwWl 'Back wtth
good fleecing, 4 bolts, for this salle,
yard. .12 H c.
DRESS GINGHAM, 10c.
Best 27-in. Utility Gingham at
yard 19c. About 300 yards good
Dress Gingham, yard .10c.
HEAVY L-L SHEETING, 10c.
Fine close woven 'Brown Sheet
ing, 36 inches wide. Nine-day Sale
price, yard.10c.
DRILLS, 10c. YARD.
Good, Heavy Drilling, standard
width and weight-'Nine-day Sale
Price, per yard.10c.
CURTAIN GOOI>S, 0c. YA RD.
Pretty quality plain white 0/
ecru, with fancy woven borders or
.printed floral borders, 32 to 36
Inch widths. 15c. values, for this
sale, yard.Oe.
eds of other things disp
from the Store that ?r<
The Be?
funguses are killed hy lt, among
thom, the fungus causing peach leaf
curl. iBallot!na on spraying may be
obtained from 'the County Agent,
and information on where to buy
mja terriada,
ShaU I Poison WeevUs?
Due to mnich newspaper publicity
regarding the poisoning of h oil wee
vils in Texas, some farmer? ?ure con
sidering the adviaa/blH/ty of poison
ing in 1922. When tho winter is
over we shall -get moro specific In
formation from Prof. ?Conrad!, the
IStlate 'Entotnik>logl$l|. 'who is -thor
oughly acquainted with the fae to rs
which mako for success or failure
In poisoning. In a statement in a
Greenville paiper recently, P rolf. Con
radi is quoted as saying that poison
ing may not be advised at all In this
section next season.
'Poisoning with onlcium arsenate
is a very tedious business, and there
arc man)- things willi) oh may hinder
SUCCORS, especially summer showers,
according to first-hand information
obtained from the man who con
ducted tho poison 'tests In tlhe lowor
part of this State last year. "Farm
era; should go slow," advices Prof.
Con radi, "in a?tenvpting to poison."
A h ull eel n has 'been Issued on tho
su'bject for all who caro to study lt.
It must bo borne in mil nd at all
tlnues that all information gleaned
from Texas must he subjected to the
South Carolina conditions; that our
summer rainfall and our soil fertil
ity and typo aro very different from
usual conditions in Texas. Poisoning
on the largo, open fields of Texas,
Where most soils aro fertile and lit
tle fertilizer is bought, and whore
the Bummer rainfall is usually not
near so much, is a different proposi
tion.
lay
, Tuesday
ir Greatest Money-Saving
nuch to those who would
es* We are ridding our
stocks from an unusually
OS, WOOLENS, SILKS
SLTS and SUITS,
HOSIERY
appeal to those who know
MEN'S PAN'
Mon's All-Wool Blue Sorgo and ?
Spocinl for this Salo.
FEW ALL-WOOL LAI
Those are this season's Suits, AU?'
Navy. Soino extra .sizes in this lot.
as low a price ns yon ever bought ni
Now in this Special Nine-day Salo.
LADIES' HIGH GUA
This lot will include any and all
tho Stouts in this lot. They wcro :
of any that will flt and suit you
this Special Nine-day Salo.
MARQUISETTE CURTAINS.
Plain white and ecru, hard
thread Net Curtain Goods. Also,
dark fancy drapery colors-val
ues to 35 c. yard. Nine-^ay Salle
price, yard.10c.
ROYS' SUITS.
3-Year to 18-Year Sizes.
If the boy moist have a suit, you
can't afford to let (these get away.
Act now!
Highest grade All-Wool 2-Pants
Suits.*.$9.50
Boys' $8.00 and $10.00 Suits in
this Special Sale at.$5.75
Boys' $6.50 and $7.50 Suits.$4.75
'Little Boys' Suits, sizes 3 ito 8, at
$1.98 up to.'-. .$8.05
ONE LOT COATS AT $7.50.
One lot L*adies' Attl-Wool Coats
from 'last year; good styles, good
materials, and most all colors-?
Your choice.$7.50
MISSES' COATS, $8.75.
One lot Misses' Coats ?from this
season's Stock-Siflventones, Vel
veteens and Heavy Coat Cloths.
These were $16.00 and $17.50.
Your clio leo . now ... '... '.. ; $8.75
.LADIES' RAIN COATS, $5.75.
Values up to $15.00. Just one
or two of a kind. Some Navy 'Mer
cerized Poplins, some Changeable
Silk 'Mixed Fronts, some Fancy
Mixtures. If you have been think
ing you would buy, now is the
'time'. A real good (Rain Coat at-?
Choice.$5.75
JOB LOT WOMEN'S SHOES.
Counter No. 2 is full of odde
and ends in Women's Fine and
?Heavy Shoes. .Most all grades and
sizes-$2.50 to $8.00 values. The
prices on size tags now are plain
at f rom.$1.05 to $3.95
Nothing but good Shoes either.
JOB LOT CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Godmans and Friedman, Shelby?.
Just odds and en'ds priced at what
you would have to pay for inferior
goods. Most all sizes.98c. to $2.85
layed and tagged for 3
0W big "Selling 'Em fi
C. O. Moser in State.
C. O. Moser, the secretary of the
American Cotton Growers' 'Exchange,
tihe grouip of oo-opera?ivfe pell lin g
updations of Texas, Oklahoma and
yt her (States, met with the organi
sation committee of the Co-opera
ivo Association of 'thats Otate re
:enittly in Columibia. ?
Itar. Moser reported 'Chat Texans
vero delighted with 'the selling eys
em in Texas-'farmers, bankers,
nierohants and <a'M-ibecause the
nein'bers of the association were re
lelvlng an average of $15 per halo
atore 'for their cotton than were out
iders. He stated that this could bo
?roven if any one doubted it.
.North Carolina, he said, had se
eded their directors for their new
SHOO lat ion, and that tho very best
nen In tho iStaite had beeb selected
y tho .memibers.
Gorgla, ho said, was making good
loadway in her campaign. In this
lt?to 'good progress ls reported, Dar
ing-ton county still 'loading with a
otal of over 17,000 bales signed.
>ilion comes second with over 6,000
mles. Plckens county Is smarting the
ampaign.
Tho man who opposes co-opora
ivo marketing has not given proper
bought to tho proposition, or oise
tis Judgment ls biased.
It ls possi'blo 'that Mr. Moser may
>o secured for a county-wide mooi
ng soon. Geo. II. Briggs,
County Agent.
Tho daisy ts tho American Legion
>fllcial flower.
TWe high cost of mining has low
ered the .production of'minorais dur
ng the past four ^years.
r
We'll Pay Postage
ON ANY MAIL ORDERS.
If you m o unable to attend this
Bale, send your orders in by mail.
Wo .wB I pay tho parcel post and
guarantee your entire satisfaction
with', ev cry purchase.
Patronizing this Sale will mean
Big Savings tor you on anything
you nia y buy.
BS, $2.05.
st-, i i tel Worsted Pants- O O QR
.ijlCiiilO
? ?i' 'S
DIES' SUITS AT $0.98.
Wool St?>rm Serges, in Black and
ThOvSO wein $15.00 and $17.50 for
ii All-Wool Suit
$9.98
DH SIII I S, $10.75.
our better grado Suits. A few of
$.25.00 to $;15.00 - -Now your choice
Navy or mack. Por
$16.75
. I'LOHSHEIM SHOKS.
Abou: four dozen of these high
grade shoos in 'the season's best
styles. Our "Sell 'Em for Less"
.price >' ;i8 $9 and $10?. That was
$2.00 ii rider the city dealers' price.
Now, for this sale-Choice of the
lot.$7.00 and $8.00
BEST OUTING, 12fcc.
Wibi te. pinks, blues, cream and
mottled Petticoat Outing and Fan
cy routing. Mighty close to the old
price.1 Yard .....12)?c.
Good Outings in light colors only
at, ya ni .Oe.
; HOSIERY SPECIALS.
(Hosiery out to old-time prices
for thin Nine-day Wonder Sale.
Get.yoi.r .-lesson's supply.
Ladle. Mercerized'Lisle-Hose 25c.
Ladie:< Hain Cotton, firsts, per
pair j?.8c.
Boya' :<;><?. Bear 'brand, pair. ,19c.
tioye*?beavy double knee, pair 10c.
Ladieu Grays, pair .10c.
Ladles' $1.25 Pure Silk, pair 80c.
Ladled Fibre Silk. .39c. up to 05c.
a nf am?' 1&o. quality. .9c.
Glirlsj l<?ino 'Ribbed 50?. kind. .25.c
iMeh'ii l fi e. Dress Sox ....... 8c,
Men's Mercerized So*, pair. ,25c.
MEN'S UNION SUITS.
Men's Gray Ribbed, Fleetee-lined
.Union Suits, most aid sizes at un
heard-of prices for Men's Union
Suifs Each...79c.
.ICM)'LOT MEN'S SHOES.
One Job lot Men's Shoes of all
kl mis* and grades. Work Shoes,
Drou.-V Shoos-values 'from $3.60
tQ $10,0*0. Price on size tags now
from.gj.$1.08 to $4.75
LINEN SUITINGS, 7?)c.
<P re-shrunk Linen Suitings
shrunk from 46 inches to 36 and
il 7 in mes. This makes a very close
weave* of all pure linen threads,
and iva most desirable fabric for
early spring dresses; colors, plain,
light blue, copen, tan and green.
Cheap at $1.00. In this Special
Side, yard. .70c.
'our convenience
OJ. *.,*.?."
SENECA,
SO. GAR.
"Tlie Deacon's Honey Moon."
The School improvement Associa
tion will give a play, "Tho Doacon's
Honeymoon," at (Madison school
house on Saturday night, Feb. 25
beginning at 7.30 o'clock. Admis
sion 10'and 20 cents. The public is
cordially Invited to attend. Let all
come out and help in this good work
Belle Spencer, Secretary.
BILIOUSNESS-SICK HEADACHE,
call to? on IR Tablet, (o vegetebl?
aperient) to too? sod ttrengthea
th? organs of dlgeeUoa and elimi
nation. Improve* Appetite, Relieve?
Constipation.
Oct a >Ctegat?J!?edjA*over
Your* "^Ewn^^zSy^
Ch?psW +h* OM Block
IR JUNIORS-Little) m*
One-third th? regular dos?. Mad?
of sam? ingredients, then candy
coated. For children and adults.
NORMAN DRU? CO.,
Walhalla, S. C.
-Wc have a full stock of
SPRAY MATERIALS, a? SPRAY PUMPS,
SPRAY HOSE, J? NOZZLES, ETC
-ALSO -1
WELL PUMPS, PIPING and VALVES-ALL SIZES,
O _fi.' _ Wc have a well assort- D^ti.' ^,
Belting- cd Rubber, Canvassed -Delling
and Leather Belting,
Let us serve you when in thc market.
Ballenger Hardware Go.,
Seneca, S. C,
j. w. BYRD,
FERTILIZER
Agent for F. S. Roystcr Guano Co.
See me before buying your Ferti
lizer. I want your business*,
Office in J. M. BARRON'S STORE,
Seneca, S. Cl
SPRING NECESSITIES.
OLIVER TURN PLOWS
WIARD TURN PLOWS
DRAY HARROWS
COLE IMPLEMENTS
JOHN DEERE CORN
& COTTON PLANTERS
POULTRY NETTING
HOG WIRE
FIELD CATTLE WIRE
BRIDLES
COLLARS
HARNESS
WAGONS
BUGGIES
RUBBER ROOFING
GALVANIZED ROOFING
MAJESTIC RANGES
ALLEN PRINCESS RANGES
COOK STOVES
Genuine Hyde Cultivators,
(SPRING TOOTH)
Our Stocks arc complete and prices are as low as
consistent with legitimate business methods? Call on
us and wc will give you service.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw. Co.
WESTMINSTER
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
SOUTH CAROLINA
WALHALLA
CITATION NOTICE.
The State of South Carolina. Coun
ty of Oconee.- (In Court of Probate)
-By V. F. Martin, Esq., Probate
Judge.-Whereas, John (F. Craig has
made suit to me to grant him Let
ters of Administration of the Estate
of and Effects of Edgar Young, De
ceased-'
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred a*nd Creditors of tho said Ed
gar Young, Deceased, that they be
and appear before me, In the
Court of Probate, to be held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on TUESDAY, the 28th day of Feb
ruary, IS22, after publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show causo, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not
be granted.
Given undor my hand and seal this
13th day of February, A. D. 1922.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co., B.C.
Ptrblishod on the 16th and 22d
days of February, 1922, in The Keo
wee Courier and on the Court House
door for tho time prescribed by law.
Feb. 15, 1922. 7-8
Land for Sale.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTtLEMBNT
AND DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make applicatibn to
V. F. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconee County, in the State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court House, on .FRIDAY, tho 10th
day of i.MAiROH, 1922, at ll o'clock
in tho forenoon, or as soon there
after as said application can be
hoard, for leave to make final settle
ment of tho Estate of .P. A. GRANT,
Docoasod, and obtain Final Discharge
as lOxecutors of said Estate.
fV. iB. ABLES,
L. M. GRANT,
Executors of tho Estate of P. A.
Grant, Deceased.
Fob. 8, 1922. 6-9
Most cocoa M u tn drop from trees in
the night, after about 14 months of
growth.
As ray health 1st failing, I
now offer .for sale my Long
Creek Propeity, adjoining the
Long Creek Academy property.
This land has a good public road
along and through it and Res
near the National Highway
leading from Clayton, Ga., to
Wo8tmin?tor, S. C.
The above land consists of
about 800 acres.
I also have about 400 acres,
known as the J. H. Cannon
Store House Land and the X.
Phillips Place. This land can
be bought at $20.00 per acre.
If you do not want the whole
tract you can buy any part yoi*
want.
This moans "SPOT CASH,"
so if you want to buy you had
better seo or write mo before it
is all picked ovor.
- ALSO -
I Imvo 125 acres on Chechero
(Georgia), known ns tho "Hill
Donny" Flaco, a mlle and a
half from tho National High
way. I have about 800 good,
bearing npplo trees on this land
and two good dwolling houses
and two barns on place.
This land all lies well and cnn
bo cultivated easily. It has 25
acres of good branch bottom
laml. This land ls mostly nil
cleared.
J. H. CANNON,
CLAYTON, GA.
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