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(Small advertisements "Uder
this heading inserted at rate of
one cent a word per insertion.
Four insertions for price of
three.)
(NOTICIO.-No advertiser .eat ac
cepted for this column for loss than
Iff cents, ono Insertion.)
FOB SAM-: - Two Milk Cows;
Fresh. C. A. LYNCH, Walhalla, S.
C., Route 3. 14?
LOST-Hlack and Whito Spotted
Tig, March L'S Finder notify TBA Y
ll. HUTCHISON, Walhalla, S. C. Li
MON IO Y TO I/OAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. 10. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 2G-tf
FOR SALE-Ono Two-Horse Car
riage, almost new, with good Har
ness and Bridles. E. M. KELLBY,
Walhalla, S. C., Routo No.l._ l i-17?
LOST-Between Townville and
Walhalla, ono 32 x 4 Tire, Tube and
3?'m. Finder pleaso notify CITI
ZEN'S' BANK, Seneca, S. C. 14*_
FOR SALE-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets altead of tho boll wee
vil. Seo W. L. VERNER, Walhalla,
S. C. 5-tf_
FOR SALE-Registered Duroc
Jersey Pigs, eight weeks old. Kino
ones. $10.00 each. J. lt. IO A RLE,
Walhalla, S. C. 14
CII?SS TIES.-Try S. J. ADDIS.
West Union, S. C., before yen sell
your (.'ross Ties. I pay highest possi
ble prices, easli 0r trade. 12-1 ?*
NOT ICK.-Tho Koowco Courier is
in position ID bandle subscriptions
to ali tho lending periodicals. Wo
will lippi .adate your business.
ROOKING ORDERS for Hastings'
Mixed Colored Coleus, i>0c. per doz.
May 1st to i.?tli delivery. MUS.
PAUL CIL LI SON, Seneca, S. C.. itt.
1. 13-1 ti
I.OST-A black and white spotted
Dig, about (bree months old. Both
oars split. Any one finding this pig,
please communicate with W. A.
WHITE, Walhalla, Boute L 14*
FOR SALE-Porto Rico and Nor
ton Yam Potato Slips and Redfield
Beauly Tomato Plants; $1.50 per
1000. Government inspected, lt. L.
SCH ENC IC, Waldo, Fla. 13-1G*
M ITCH I-, j.i j Automobile (Ton ring
Car) for sab?, or will exchange for
Ford Touring Car or Ford Truck. See
O. F. CANTRELL, Walhalla, S. C.,
Route 2. 12-1 5*
NOTICE.-Will be at Central, S.
C., Route 3, after April 1st, 1922.
Work promptly done in Oconeo Co.,
as heretofore. C. L. DEAN, Civil
Engineer. 13-1G
POIiAND CHINA ROAR.-Thor
oughbred.-.Service offered to public.
For foo, particulars, otc, seo or write
W. W. FOWL BR, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. 2-3*
FOB SALE - House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and Ervin streets. Hns
six rooms; lot contains one acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 4 i-tf
PORTO RICO Potato Plants in any
quantity, $1.7.7 per 1000, f. o. b.
Buy Oconee grown slips and avoid
low-country potato disease. First
orders, first served. S. A. TOW,Wa !
halla, S. C., Route 2. 14-17*
IMPROVER PORTO RICO Potato
Plants-,7,000, $7.?O; 10,000, $14;
2 0,000, $25.00; lOO.ooo, $100.00.
April, May and .lune shipment. Cash
with order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
S. 10. I lot,Lis, Boxley, Ca. I l-l s *
F OR SAL i:-I 0,000,. Porto
Rico Swoot Potato and lied Reality
Tomato Plants, $ 1.0 per 1,000, c.il>
bago and Onion Plants, .vi.un por
i .ooo, ;,n f.o I), Prom j) I shipment ;
large orders special price. DORRIS
PLA XT ci >., Valdosln, da. 11-14*
i.'OOl) PASTURAGE.- 1 bave 0X
cellent Past ii rage Facilities at my
farm. Can accommodate IS bead.
Kalos, $l.oo per month for wo wu
cattle; '..'M. per month for cattle un
der IN mond,S (lld. MARCUS KIM',.
Walhalla. S. C., Rollie 1 . 1 3-tf
DW I; NOW OPENED First-class
Pressing Club. Prepared to do all
kinds Clcininfi and Pressing: also,
?111 kinds of silks Dry Cleaned. Lo
caled on corner College and Maia
Sis, Walhalla. MOUTON & THOMP
SON. ! l-l 7*
WA \ MOD-On . n- two liv.-, reli
able in cn i? every tow? lu Cae cou li
lies of Dornte?, Pb kona and Auder-*
.sen io i |iri a eii i Th . No ri li \ i inri
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T0R 'CO , Wr.lballa, s. c. 7.1 f
HAVE VOP II CAR REPA I NT IO li
while th.- i-ools aro muddy, and you
cm ii - .- your car when t ho roads get
dry. We abo re-cover ops and pul
in ba< k curtail!-,. Wo guarantee sat
isfaction, both in workmanship and
price. Write or phono io. c. Nix.
Auto Paint Shoji, over Centra! (In
nige, Anderson, s. C. Phone 160.
10-14 ,
FOR SALIO - Roglstered Jersey
Bull Calf, age four mon Hi;. The calf
is from the best blood in Ibo State
?Rena of Brendale, the dam. is a five
gallon cow, and tho sire, Chrome's
Sensation, is from the best butter
strain in the country. Golden Cbro
.mo, his dam, produced over 1,000
^pounds of butter in one year. My
calf, now weaned ?nd ready for the
pasture, ls a bargain at $30 for any
body wishing to breed from the host
registered stock. M. E. BRADLEY,
donison Colloge, S. C. 13-14
IMPROVED PORTO RICO mid
Nancy Hall Potato Plants, ready by
April 10th, $1.50 Tor 1,000. Cash
with order. J. R. McCLELLON,
Rockingham, Ga. 14-17*
LOST-On Monday, botwoon resi
dence of R. W. Grubbs and Mrs. Cora
Schroder, Green Gold Wrist Watch.
".Louise" engraved on hack. Return
to Koowoe Courier Olllco and rocoivo
reward. 14*
SELL YOUR EGGS and Chickens
whore the markot ls tho highest and
good weight given. Will pay 17 cts.
pound for Hens, 27c. pound for Fry
ers and 18c. per dozen tor Fggs for
tho week ending April 8. SMITH'S
MARKET, Walhalla, S. C. 14
WANTED - Just received orders
for 100 coops of Chickens. Must have
them at once, so bring yours to the
I p-Town Dealer and got highest cash
price. Also, Eggs and Beef Hides
wanted. R. D. OI9LK13RS, Walhalla,
S. C. 14
\ Regular Communication or Blue
j ?OL. gratti Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A F.
JX^l M?? wUI be 1,6,(1 U?Xt prI"
l?\??Jday night, April 7th, 1922,
at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. l?. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Maultlin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.80 a. m.
\Ins3 and Sermon.10.On a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
Rector.
P. O. Rox 8 2, Anderson, S. C.
ty LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty
tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty*l ty ty,
-^Smith's Market, Walhalla, will
pay 17o. por pound for bens ibis
week.-adv.
-Our good friend. Frank II. Hill,
of Highlands, N. C., was among the
business visitors in Walhalla for a
short while yesterday.
-Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho
Walhalla Daptist church will meet
with Mrs. R. W. t?nt bbs on Thurs
day (to-morrow) afternoon at ??.30
o'clock. All members of the society
aro urged to attend.
-Tho many friends of Mrs. Jas.
Wilson will bo delighted to know
that she is recovering nicely from a
recent operation which she under
went in Columbia a few weeks ago.
Mrs. Wilson was so far improved as
to be able to return home Monday
last.
-Plenty of Hour, hay, cotton seed
meal, etc. J. H. Alley, West Union,
S. C.-adv.-I l-l 1.
-Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. L. Wilson
returned to Walhalla Saturday af
ter having spout several mont lis at
points in Florida and with their
daughter, Mrs. Edwin Roof, of Gior
gia. Their numerous friends are glad
to welcome them back to their home
here.
-At t.'ie home of Mrs. J. S. Strib
ing, 'Seneca, on March 30th, a Coun
ty Federation of Clubs was organ
ised, with live clubs joining-iwo
Seneca, one from Clemson and
wo from Walhalla. Mrs. Adams, the
^resident of the Oncc-a-Week Club,
at Seneca, called the meeting to or
der, with Mrs. Leslie Stribllng acting
secretary. Mrs. Hines was asked to
give an address of welcome, which
she did in a few well-chosen words,
after which Mis. ll. A. Morgan, vice
president of the western district,
was called to the chair. Mrs. Mor
gan in an instructivo talk, explained
tho plan ol' organization. The fol
lowing o (lice rs were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. Ada no- of Seneca; three
vice preside..?.M, OUI; .from each town
represen : od -Mrs, Lunney, ot' Sen
eca; .'.irs. Danie!, ot' Clemson, and
Mrs. Ansel, of Walli .li t. Mis. Farle,
of Clemson, was elected secrotary,
and Mrs. Deli of Walhalla, Irensu
ror. The County Podoration decided
io join the state Federation ot" Clubs
aiul to send delegates to Columbia.
Mrs. Adam- appointed Mts. Tell as
her alterna-', while Mrs, Ra m SOU I'
was elected .be delegate. After ad
journment the members of tho Onco
a Week Club entertained delight
ful,." during a social hour, serving
a weet course.
There will be no picture at Tho
Star Theatre in Walhalla to-night,
tun ihe management bas secured a
wonderful ai traci inn for their other
two theatres, in Seneca and West
minster a iron;, of llauiiian sing
ers and danci A'h ?ch .?'.'ill also be
i ecol |t pic' ure. lt will
il"1 worth i irlti to either Seneca or
I West niins.er Lo see this attraction.
I Thursday, April May McAvoy Will
?I Tho Star Thea tro bore in "A
\ Ir?jtiti i Ci iirUhip." Friday Charles
I Rn> in ''Alarm clock Andy." and on
tit i'd ti y Ihe usual program. For
onda io Kl week lUClinrdson
Jordan havi secured the wonderful
ri tn pi o tu? i lon, ".Man Woman
Marriage," starring Dorothy Phil
lips, who was thc heroine in "Tho
lon ri ni ll a inanity," which i brille I
I ho world. This wonderful feature
for next Monday is the biggost mo
tion picture of tho year and lias been
aptly termed "a mighty mile-stone
in motion pictures." lt is a story of
the ages, told in nine unforgettable
acts, from tho Stone Age to tho pres
ent day. There is not a moment dur
ing thc presentation of tho play thnt
tho attention of the audience is not
j kept closo to tho scone before tho
oyo by reason of tho delightful hu
mor, tho tense dramatic situations
?and by tho Inspiring vastness of the
production.. Tho cast of characters
ls unsurpassed. Owing to the magni
tude of the production and Ibo high
I cost of tho picturo there will bo a
! slight advance in the price of admis
sion- lf> and 3f> cents. Don't imss
I this wonderful production. For tho
j Tuesday program of next week thero
will bo dainty Wanda Hawley in tho
I bright attraction, "Hor Face Value,"
i which will bo accompanied by ono of
those charming comedies in which
Harold Lloyd ls tho star.
-'Hay, oats, flour,* cotton seod
meal, dairy food, etc. J. H. Alley, <
Wost Union, S. C.-ndv.-14.17. <
-Miss Isabelle Macaulay spent tho
week-end with her mother, Mrs. Hot- )
tio Macaulay, and family. <
-Miss Janie Harrison ment the '
past week-end lu Walhalla with her
parents, Mr. und Mrs. p. E. Harrison.
-For Sale-High class hard- and
soft brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla.
S. C.-adv.-43-tf.
- Mrs. X. Fant spent the past
wook in Anderson with her . mother,
Mrs. W. Cl. Smith, and among other
relatives. j
-Mr. and Mrs. Ilonry L. Vernor,
of Westminster ll. I<\ H., are enter
. ..ning a young gentleman at their
borne. Tho young man arrived on
March 27til.
- We have Just opened our spring
and Bummer lino of ladles' trimmed,
hats. Come and get yours now. J'.
H. Alley. West Union, S.O.-adv-14.
-Mrs. Minnie Holland, of Greens
boro, N. C., is visiting her sisters,
Mrs. Lilla Stoddard and Mrs. C. W.
Pitchford.
-Mrs. J. R. Earle has returned
from a pleasant visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. C. L. Busheo, at Whltmlro,
S. C.
- Dry goods, shoes, hats and all
kinds of notions. J. H. Alley, West
Union, S. C. "We trade you service
for business."-adv.-14-17.
-.Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Harper and
little daughter, Dorothy, of Colum
bia, are spending a few days with
Mrs. Harper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i.
Ceo. L. Wilson, in Walhalla/
-Circle Xo. 1 of the Ladles' Aux- '
llhtry will moot with Mrs. R. L. Hog
ers on Thursday (to-morrow) after
noon. April lith, al I o'clock. Circle
No. 'J. will meet with Miss Suo Max
well oil lll'e same afternoon at I 1
o'clock. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Presbyterian church will munt
wi'h Miss Sue Maxwell on tho same
afternoon (April ti til ) at 6 o'clock.
-A long lane never turns. But
those good Lynchburg Oliver plows ,
do. Let us show you one. J. H. Al
ley, West Union, S. C.-adv.-ll-ll.
- .Attention is directed to the ad- ?
Vertisement of Marcus King, Wal
halla Route I, (in classified column) ,
of pasturage. The rate as given last
week was $1.44 per month for pas
turing grown cattle. This rate should
have been $1.00 per month, as it ap
pears this week.. The error'was ours,
simply a typographical one, and not
a misquotation by Mr. King.
-Wo are requested to announce
that tho closing exercises of Norton
school will he held in the school
auditorium on Thursday (to-mor
row) evening, April Gth, at 8.30
o'clock. A wonderful program has
been arranged, and a most delightful
time is assured all lovers of humor,
beauty and music. An admission fee
of 2 5 and 15 cents will be charged.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend.
-Wo have only small amount of
our Marett's Early Improved Wanna
maker-Clevoland Big Boll ^Cotton
Seed to sell. Oconee County fawners
desiring any of these seed should see
us at once, in order to be sure to get
them. Our price is $1.75 per bushel
to home customers. Marett Farm and
Seed Company, Westminster, S. C.
-adv.-11-tf.
-James Miller, about 16 years of
age, a son of W. O. Miller, of Wal
halla Route 3, has been seriously ill
for the past six weeks, and it is now
ascertained that hospital treatment
and possibly an operation will bo
essential to his recovery. Ho will bo
sent to a Greenville hospital the lat
ter part of this week. Friends of
tao family hope that the young suf
ferer will soon bo restored to health.
- Farmers, we have the follow
ing to offer you-you need the goods
and wo need the business: Spring
tooth harrows, single plow stocks
and extra handles, all kinds of plow
castings, hoes, rakes, shovels, pitch
forks, etc., and a full line of plow
gears, roping, back band webbing,
etc. "We trade you service for busi
ness. " J. H. Alley, Wost Uni?n, S.
C.-adv.-I l-l 7.
-We are requested to announce
that there will be an entertainment
given at the Oconee Creek Graded
School house on Saturday evoning,
April 8th, at 8.30 o'clock. Tho big
feature of the entertainment will be
the presentation of the play. "Jumbo
.lum." There will also ho two dia
logues and a speech. 'Dixie Cul-;
lure." by Mis.s Clam Smith. The pub
lic is cordially invited and urged to
attend. I
i uxv.'juoiiiiirntr/iim'nniiTMni'r'.NVfi.w ? I -M
i H
FOR SPRING DELIVERY OF I
"Rampley s IV
j WILL HE ESPECIALLY MAN
jj PRODUCE COTTON UNDER "1
\ Make Your Reservi
I sure Promp
J. C. RA
WEST UN
-You will lind all kinds of seed
)uts nt J. H. Alloy's, West Union, S.
3.-ndv.-ll-14.
-?lt is earnestly desired that ovory
momber of tho iPresbyterian church
jf Walhalla shall attend tho special
jervlce next 'Sunday morning, at
which time tho election of olllcors
will bo held.
- Lost-Kur Neck pi eeo-On highway
between Nesmilb's and top of Stump*
house, Tuesday* aft.',dib. Finder return
to Bell's Drug Store, Walhalla. Suita- j
ble reward.--adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. Tl. A. Rutledge !
left Monday for tho Scottish Rite J
Hospital in Atlanta, Ga., whore they
will consult Dr. Michael 'Hoke, nerve
specialist, in regard to their little
ono, who has weak atilt leif. The
many friends uf Mr. and Mrs. Rut
ledge hope that they may" return to
their home with bright hopes for
their child.
-Services at St. John's Lutheran
Church:-There will be a devotional
mooting of the Luther League in tho
Lutheran church to-night (Wednes
day) at S o'clock.'Everybody'is wel
come.On Thursday night at 8 o'clock
there will bo Lenton services. Next
Sunday morning at ll o'clock tho
Confirmation service will bo held.
Boginntng next Monday night at 8
o'clock, and continuing until and in
cluding Thursday night, there will
bo evangelistic services, to which a
most cordial Invitation is extended
to everybody. On flood .Friday, at
10.30 a. m., there will be a service,
aster Sunday tho regular com mu?
?n services will IJO held at 7 o'clock
!\. m. and nt ll o'clock a. in. The
people of the community will always
lind a cordial welcome awaiting them
Ibo Lutheran church.
Attention, llcavcrdaill Workers.
The institute of Ibo northwestern
division will bo hold at Liberty, S.
C., on Saturday, April ir,th, begin
ning nt IO.NO a. m. Miss Kinma
Loachmail, of tho Home Mission
Board; Miss Ada Hell, from China;
Mrs. J. I). Chaimian. president of tho
S.C.W.M.H., and Hr. Hurts will be
imong thc speakers.
Bo sure to see Hint you have a rep
resentative lhere from your W. M.
society, and leaders of all junior or
ganizations are expected to be pr?s
ent; also every associate superinten
dent in Beavordam Association.
Mrs. O. K. Breazeale,
Supt. Heaverdam Association.
Ulano Hits Smokestack-Two Dead.
Macon. Ga., March 31-Two auto
mobile racers, Jules Devereux, of
Portland, Ore., and John J. Costa, of
Anthonk, Ark., are dead, and W. L.
Fisher, member of the British Royal
Flying Corps during the World War,
is In a serious condition as the result
of an airplane in which they had
planned to fly to Atlanta, thence
rt ero .vs the country to Texas, crash
ing into a tall chimney at the Macon,
Dublin and Savannah railroad shops,
near here, late to-day.
Lei's Reasa lt (Int !
Now is the time to uso economy in
all things-especially in the (. loth
Lino. We should always buy where
wo can save the most. It will pay
you to walk ten miles to save iivo
dollars on
MADE-TO-MEASURE
CLOTHES.
Clothes made to your measure will
lit you better, look better and wear
longer than a ready.nmdo suit.
If you have tho cloth already on
hand, hiing lt to us and wo will
make it up to your measure and
guarantee you a perfect flt. If you
haven't thc cloth, como to us and wo
will have your Clothes made.
LAD IKS!
We will do your work oho. We will
make any kind of lt Contient for
Ladies, Misses and Children ami give
you a perfect lit.
If you have old clo til es and want
them to look like new ones, wo will
dye thom or make them over-and
?linke them look just ns good as now
ones.
Come in and look over our sam
ples and gel our prices, Our prices
for Two and Three.|?lecc Suits are
$10.00, $15.00 inul $25.00. WO also
(lo Pressing at ."50 cents per suit.
See us. On Postolllco Rieck.
lt Vu I ? I
No. 100 South Main Street,
WALHALLA, S. C.
1 1-17
t"7 C O C I
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TO M \KH : KKTILIKKIt CON
PI ?ACTH WI I'll PROMPT I\\ V
I X<?, RESPONSIBLE l'A IM'I FS
FERTILIZERS.
leal Mixture
ff
UI'MCTUREI) THIS YEAR TO
BOLL WEEVIL CONDITIONS."
itions Early to In
>t Delivery.
.MPLEY,
ION, S. G.
EXPERIENCE
HAS TAUGHT OTHERS THAT THE ONLY WAY TO RAISE
COTTON' SUCCESSFULLY UN1WR BOLL WEEVIL CONDI
IONS IS TO PLANT EARLY, FERTILIZE WELLAND WORK
FAST.
IF YOU DO Tll/S YOU WILL BE ARLE TO CARRY A
GOOD BANK ACCOUNT.
THE PLACE TO DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY IS IN OUR
BANK. WE 'WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS.
WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF COLLECTIONS ANY
WHERE IN THE UNITED STATES, FREE OF CHARGE. ALL
ITEMS TAKEN FOR COLLECTION OUTSIDE OF UNITED
STATES AT SMALL COST TO AUJ PARTS OE THE WORLD.
WE SELL AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS' CHECKS
-SAFE WAY TO CARRY MONEY. CAN BE CASHED ANY
WHERE WITHOUT IDENTIFICATION.
WE CAN SELL YOU CI IP) C Ii S GOOD IN ANY COUNTRY
IN THE WORLD HAVING A STABLE GOVERNMENT, AT A
VERY LOW RATE OF EXCHANGE.
MONEY SENT BY TELEGRAPH TO ALL THE HANKING
POINTS JN THE UNITED STATES.
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SERVE YOU. GIVE US
A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU OUR SERVICE.
Bank of West Union.
WEST UNION. S. C.
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Seasonable Necessities
Just Received
CARLOAD OF GALVANIZED ROOFING. CORRUGATED, 3 AND B-V CRIMP
IN ALL LENGTHS THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS and SCREEN
WIRE CLOTH
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT FULL STOCK OF
ALL GRADES AND SIZES, IT WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO SEE
OUR STOCK AND GET YOUR NEEDS WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
REFRIGERATORS and ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
OUR INTITIAL SPRING SHIPMENT OF THESE HAVE JUST ARRIVED.
THE PRICE IS MUCH LESS THAN LAST YEAR. THE MAKES OF THE
HIGHEST QUALITY AND PRICES, RANGES TO SUIT YOUR WISHES.
CONGOLEUM ART SQUARES and YARD GOODS
YOU KNOW WHAT CONGOLEUM GOLD SEAL QUALITY IS. WE HAVE
SOME ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS AND THE PRICE IS MUCH LOWER THAN
THE LARGER CITIES ARE ASKING.
Ballenger Hardware Co.,
(In the ?ld Coleman Stand.)
Seneca. S. C.
d ??? ?mk m*h ? sm* ^\
WE ARE GLAD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE LATELY
INSTALLED A NEW BATTERY STATION IN CONNECTION WITH
Ol R REPAIR SHOD, AND ARE PREPARED TO DO ADD KINDS
OF BATTERY WORK, CHARGING, OVERHAULING, ETC. OCR
PRICES AHE VERV REASONABLE. WE TAKE THE BATTERY
DOWN WHILE YOI' WAIT AND SHOW YOU THE TROUBLE, IE
ANY. A LL TESTS MADE ABSOLUTELY ERE E, AND DISTILLED
WATER ER EE. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
j&j&jz? SEE. jsruzrjsr
Henry White or D. K. Chastain
At HUGHS? GARAGE.
WE DO IT-DON'T HAVE IT DONE.1
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
$348.00 DIY^T $348.00 !
fe f'i^i k v-r- ' VLB ul
Never Before
A Value LiKe This.
Why should you buy any car but a Ford? Prices
lowest, parts lowest, operating and up-kcep expense
lowest, yet a Ford car will take you any place any car
will go. These are sensible, not extravagant times,
and a Ford is the most sensible car for anyone to own.
Terms if desired.
Piedmont Motor Co.
Sales and Service Ford and Fordson
WALHALLA -Phone 34- WESTMINSTER, I

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