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AUGU
Many Desirable items in Our
Price at lowest ebb for this season that we may clear away everything summery, *ne TO MAKE IT
INTERESTING for more buyers, we are including many Staple Goods at under-value prices.
BARGAINS ALL OVER THE STORE
GOOD HUCK TOWELS.
18x30 All-whito Huck Towels,
with Wovon Bar Horners. Ten doz.
for this Clean-Sweep Salo. Got
your school supply from this lot, at
Each
19c,
27-INCH PLAIDS.
About 500 yards of that Good
Unelo Sam Plaids, for shirts and
dresses, quilt linings,, etc. Yard
10c.
SILK HOSE-SPECIAL $1.08.
Puro Thread Silk Hose, some all
Silk to Top, with Combination
Color (?arter Tops, soi no Lisio C ?r
tcr Tops. All High .Spliced Heels
nnd Toes.. Values to $2.75. Ask
to see Host Silk Hose. They aro
priced now at-Pair
$1.98
JOH SK I HTS, 08c.
Ladies' Whito Gaberdine Wash
Skirts-and In tho same lot a few
Silk Poplins-all to go at ono
price
88c.
IAD LASSIE, 10c.
A dozen now pieces of Popular
Checks added for this Clean-Sweep
Salo. Nothing moro durablo or
fast In color, for Girls' and Hoys'
wear. This lot on salo at-Yard
19c.
WHITE OUTING.
Six pieces Whtto Twill Outing
best quality and 27 luches wide
Yard- .
15c.
GOWNS AND TEDDIES.
Ladies' Muslin Gowns, well
inado and full sizes; also small as
sortment Teddies of Ratisto, lu
Pink and White. $1.50 values
to clear away nt-Choice
85c.
MUSLIN SKIRTS, 48c.
Ladles' Muslin Petticoats, Em
broidered Flounce, at-Each
48c,
DRESSES-TEN ONLY
Last week wo had thirty-five of
these five-dollar Swiss and Organ
die Dresses. For this week wo
have ten loft at-Choice?
$1.98
MEN'S PANTS, $1.00.
Few Mon's Work or Knock
About Khaki and Pin-Chock rn nts.
$1.50 values*-Our price Inls sea
son wa? $1.85. Now your dioico
at-Pair
T
$1.00
LIEN'S COATS, $1.00.
Fow Men's, and Young Men's
Summer Coats of Palm ltench,
Cool Cloth, etc. Sizes to ;I7. loan
Sweep Price-Each
.00
$1
HOYS' OVERA LLS
Roys' Blue Hell Overalls
ory
good grade-standard 'MO weicht
Denim-Small Sizes
75c.
Largo Sizes at
85c.
EMBROIDERY FLO UN Ci N G S,
10c.
Embroidery Pion nci" B, in
widths from 12 inches to 27 inches.
Soiuo dainty Baby Patterns on lino
quality Batiste, some Open-work
on Cambric. Values up lo .50c.
per yard, to close ot ai-Yard-*
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, 05c.
W'ovon Color Madras and Pino
count Percale Dress Shirts, with
and without Collars. Most all tho
sizes, in values up to $1.50-going
now afr-Each
9 5 c ?
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, 05c.
Only i% few dozen loft of those
Fast-Color Chambry Work Shirts,
at-Each
65c.
LADIES' WHITE OXFORDS,
$1*45.
Ladles' Lace and ?Strap Styles,
Whito Canvas, Low Shops. Fill
out tho season by varying your
footwear with these sensiblo, good
wearing shoes. Turn and McKay
Soles, low Rubber Heels or Mili
tary Heels. Values up to $2.25, at
Choice of nil White Oxfords
$1.45
19c,
CLEAN-SWEEP MEN'S HATS.
Good Shapes and Qunlitios in
Men's Dress Hats, Blacks ?Uki Col
ors-Values up to $3.00. Now ut,
Choice
MEN'S FL?RSHEIMS, $0.85.
Fl?rsheim Oxfords, in small
sizes only-$0.00 values-Clean
Swoop Price-Pair
$6.85
CHILDREN'S SOX, 25c.
Children's Highly Mercerized
White Lisio Sox, wlUi assorted
color stripe Tops-Sizes 5 to 8, at
Pail
25c.
CHILDREN'S CAPS.
Children's High - Grado Lawn
Caps, elaborately trimmed and
mado to sell at $1.00. Choice
50c.
CHILDREN'S SOX.
Children's Mercerized Lisio Box,
three-quarter lengths, with Turn
down Ribbed and Plain Tops-as
sorted colors and si/.os up to 10.
Fifty-cent value? ot-Puir
2Sc.
$1.50
EMBROIDERY-YARD 5c.
Ono lot Embroidery, in widths
up to 0 indies. Some 10c. values,
at-Yard
5c,
Sells 'Em for Cash."
J. E. HARPER, Proprietor. - - - , ~
HIV
Sells 'Em for Less."
SENECA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
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--=E- 1922
THE NEW
STETSONS
ARE HERE.
That's all wc need to tell you. New Fall Styles
with the distinctive mark, and the good, old-rock
bottom Stetson Quality.
If you're a regular Stcstson customer, of course
you'll want one of the new Fall Styles? If not, let
us urge you at least to come and try one on?
You can judge for yourself what this Stetson
"feeling for style" is, that the young men talk about* \
TFe Stetson Quality Mark on every Stetson Hats.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
Local Nows from South U?ion.
Westminster, H. P. D" Aug. 21.
Special: A number of cottage' prayer
meeting? are being held in this com
munity proprietory to the series of
m 00 tl uga being held hero beginning
tho 27th.
."'Hon Pierce, of Athens, Cn., and
a ..tend of bis are visiting bis cousin,
Airs. S. IA Hurriss.
.Mr. and Mar. C. K. Minyara1 at-'
tended a family reunion .1 Abbeville
last Thursday.
Mrs. M. W. Gibson was a recent
guest of her sister, Mrs. John Zach
ary, of Seneca.
The Humorous fr lon tis of .Mrs. Paul
Marett will regret to learn that she
ls very 111.
There uro quilo a number of cases
of typhoid fever hero now, tho fa mi
llos of Kay Hlakoloy and Mrs. Creigh
ton Price being victims.
Thoa; Willis, of Charlollo, N. c..
was circul?t lng among friends here
Sunday.
A large company gnthorod at the
home of Marl MrCurloy Friday to
colobrnto tho birthday of his oldest
son. An enjoyable day was had by all.
Mrs. W. 1). IVOlller spent tho week
end lu (leorgln willi friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Looney com
pllmontod Ibo young people with a
social Saturday nlfthi.
Walroy and Hons (llhson and Henry
Harris woro In Anderson last Satur
day on business.
Rev. and Mrs. Froomnn aro spend
ing this wook lu Greenville. Thoy
carried their son, Robert Earl, to
North Greenville Acndomy, whore ho
entered school.
Mrs. John Zachary and children
spent tho past week-end with the
family of M. W. Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Stancil have re
turned from a week's visit to Pair
Play.
Tho children and grandchildren of
Wiley Allen, deceased, held a family
reunion Sunday at tho old homo place
now occupied by J. 0. Allen, the
youngest son. v
Harry Goodman was a visitor at
the homo of Geo. R. Briggs, of Wal
halla, Saturday.
Chicken thieves aro getting numer
ous around here. James and Law
rence Harriss caught ono Saturday
night-nn opossum. The other kind
will have to bo chasod and caught by
bloodhounds.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W.West spent Sat
urday and Sunday at Wolf Stake. Mr.
West, went up to his farm at that
place to soo If ho had any boll wco
vils. Ile reports a crop of them too
numerous lo count.
B. FI, and H. M. Cole and their
families and Mrs. Hoyt Thomas at
tended tho Colo reunion nt Double
Springs, Anderson county, Saturday.
Neville H. K, I. Ai to Meet.
Tho Novillo R. S. I. A. will meet at
Ibo school liouso on Friday evening,
Aug. 25, nt 3 o'clock. Tho mombers
nro all urbod to attend.
norbert Sullivan, Socrotary.
.{. COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES. tgi
?j?. ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j.? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?|?? ?j? ?j? ?j?
Winters to Speak in Oconcc.
Westminster* l p. m., Tuesday,
Sejn. r>tli.
South Union, H p. m., snmo date.
Kcowce, 2 p. m., Wednesday, Sept.
?th.
Fairview, 8 p. m., saine date.
N. E. Winters, specialist In soil
fortuity, known throughout tho State
as "The Billy Sunday of Agricul
ture," will speak at thc four places
in tho county named above. While
many other places wanted dates with
I Mr. Winters, it was impossible to
supply thom, due to the short timo
i which he could remain in tho county,
and as the greatest number of re
quests came from these placee it was
decided to hold tho meetings at these
points.
In addition to tho meetings it is
planned to toko Interested farmors
on tours of several farms in these
sections to show what ls hoing done
in thc matter of soil building and
other important features of farming.
On Wednesday morning, Sept. 7,
nt 9 o'clock, lt is planned for tho first
tour to start from the school build
ing nt South Union to sovernl farms
of this and oilier nearby school dis
tricts.
On Wednesday afternoon, (same
dato,) at 3.30 o'clock, those who aro
attending the meeting at Keoweo
school house, and any. others who
como, will bo conduct od over several
demonstrations which show tho ef
fects of winter cover crops of vetch
and clover, velvet bean Heids, etc.
vin these farm tours it is expected
that much will be gained by seeing
the effects of these crops on produc
tion of tho soil, and many questions
regarding the rotation and troat
mont of Stimmer and winter legumo
crops, fertilization, limo needs, etc.,
will be answered by Mr. Winters.
Farmers and others from nearby
school districts should also take ad
vantage of tneso meetings nnd trips,
ns they should provo very helpful to
all who attend.
How best to make poor and medi
um soils rich, and how to KEEP
rich soils in the most productive
state, are matters of vital importance
to all farmers. Hieb farmers, or well
to-do farmers, if tho lattor title is
moro applicable. Usually own rich
soil-that is, if they made- their
money fanning.
Al a timo when money crops aro
doubtful, and when acreages In
money crops must bo cut down, it ls
highly important that many extra
acres should bo pla nt od in \vintor
crtver crops of oats and vetch, rye
and vetch, bur clover, crimson clo
ver, etc. Mr. Winters will stress tho
importance of theso things in a way
that will leavo a very strong Impres
sion upon his hearers.
What Farmors Aro Doing.
Jas. II. Brown, of the South Union
soction, is well ploasoci with bevor;.)
'.oe I A cn Ja coito . w?l?h liri ip
growing this year. This variety has
a hotter staple than tho Cleveland
and la heavier fruited, it soenis, hav
ing a largo number of bolls well de
veloped.
Mr. Brown ls fighting tho weevil
through intensive, thorough square
picking, and seems to be getting re
sults. On last Friday a pile of squares
about three feet high and four to six
foot across was burned. In some of
the fields exmined there was a very
light infestation.
S. L. Brown, of tho Return section,
grow some of tho finest vetch and
oats last spring that was grown in
tho county. Following this ho has
ono of the best pieces of corn grow
ing, with peas in between.
G. M. Barnett, of Oak. Grove, for
mer county agent, has some of tho
best peas seen growing between corn
rows of any seen lately in tho county.
"Mlsh" has plenty of velvet beans,
too, and some Sudan grass every
year.
J. H. Barnett, of Oak Grove, has
somo nico soy beans growing between
corn rows; also somo flue looking
cotton. Squaro infestation showed
very variable percentages In his cot
ton, running from 4 per cent tn one
corner to about 22 per cent. Ho ls
trying somo dusting.
Geo. It. Briggs, County Agent.
Hainfall and Temperature.
Below ls a rocord of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-opera tl vo observer of tho Weather
Bureau of tho U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the woek ondlng
Aug 20th, 1022, nt 7 p. m. (Tho
Instrumental rondings are from gov
ernment standard instruments ex
posed In tho manner recommended
by tho chief of tho Weather Bureau) :
Character of
Day.
Date
Ci
Tempera
ture.
tri
I ?I I
Aug. l l-Ptly cldy.I .27 86 68
Aug. ir..'Ptly cldy. .05 85 68
Aug. 16-Ptly cldy. .70! S3 06
Aug. 17-Ptly cldy._1 86 64
Aug. IS- Clear ..." ,01 Sf. ?5
Aug. 10- Ptly cldy._j 80 63
Aug. 20- Clear . . ._jj 9 2| 03
Total rainfall . . . Jl. 03jj_|
( enter Township Singing.
Tho Center Township Singing As
sociation will meet at Mount Pleas
ant (bettor known as Black Jack),
on Sunday, Aug. 2 7th, at 2 o'clock
p. m. All singers and lovers of music
aro Invited. 1 J. \V. S. King,
Secretary.
- "?^
Voto for O. I). SeAy for State Supt.
of Kducatlon.-adv.-*'
Methc? love ls very strongly devel
oped among apes.
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IE-C-O-N-O-M-Y
THE SUCCESSFUL PERSON is thc one who
saves systematically. For instance, if you are paid by
the week, if you save any money you will have to save
by the week. The same theory will apply by the month
or by the year.
SAVE!
and deposit your savings with us. We pay a substantial
interest on your savings by agreement.
WE ARE ALWAYS WILLING
TO HELP YOU
with your financial troubles. Our officers and directors
are successful business men and farmers. Tell us your
financial troubles and let us help you solve them.
Bank of West Union,
Phone 3- West Union, S. C. -Phone 3
SAFE - SOUND - CONSERVATIVE
A Hara Lifo.
(Everybody's Magazine.)
Graco is a young lady of iivo years,
and also of a very difficult disposi
tion. The other day a visitor to her
father's homo found her weeping bit
terly in a cornor.
"Why, what aro you crying about,
my little girl?" waa asked.
" 'Causo all my brothers and sla
ters havo a vacation and I don't have
any. Boo-hoo!"
"And why don't yod havo any va
cation?"
" 'Cause I don't go to school yot."
The truo clvot cat is not found In
Amorlca.
American shipping tonnago ranks
third at Hamburg, tho British being
first and German second. .
Get Into
Business
for Yourself!
Sell Rawleigh's Good Health
Products in Stephen County,
Ga., and S. W. Anderson
County,and be your own Boss.
Only limited needed. Prompt
action necessary. See me at
once.
D. E. GOOD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
Subscribo for The Courier. (Dost.)

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