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IOU SALE-Cnn good Milk Cow.
M. T. li UGHS, Walhalla. S.O. 30-tf
NICE DOOMS COG BE XT-See?.
A. WIHTMIRE, at Whltinlrc-Marott
IldW. Co., Wallia Ila, S. C. 35-tt.
"DELICIOl S" APPLES for salo at
Apple Home Orchards. SAM J. IS
PELL, Walhalla, S. C.
SURVEYING promptly and accu
rately done. HARRY CMG.::, Wal
halla, s. C. ;', i-::s
MONEY TO COAX on inproved
Farm Lands. H. E. BRUCE, Ptck
eus, S. C. 26-11
I HA VE some nice Rhode Island
lied liens and Pullets for sale. SAM j
J. I SB ELL, Walhalla,S.C. 3:>-38^ j
F HO SALI-; or trade for Ford Car'
or Trucl?, one Fordson Tractor, wita
Litchi and Pulley complete. W. L. '?
MILLER, Walhalla, Route 2. 38*
l'Oit SALE-Ono good Farm Mule
or will exchange for a Ford car,
roadster or touring. HAYMOXI)
.HEAD, Walhalla, S.C, Ht. 2. 3S*_
FOB SALE-Ono hundred bushels
FulgliUlll Seed Oats; homo raised;
guaranteed pure. Also, Pigs for sale.
W. D. MOSS, Walhalla, S. C. 32-tf
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MONEY TO LOAN on improved
farm lands in Oconee county. Loans
to run for live years at ti per cent.
X. ti. FA XT, Insurance Agent, Wal
ha lla,_S. C._3S-tf
FOB SALE - Pure Dark Cornish
Game Chickens, at bargain. See or
write at once W.D. PASCHAL. Whlt
mlre-Mnrelt Haw. Co., Walhalla, S.
FOB BENT-3-llorso Farm, throe,
miles from Walhalla. Good land for j
corn and cotton and small grain. For !
particulars write or see J. !>. IS
BELL, Walhalla, S. C. "Sii-tf |
DORT CAR PARIS CHEAP- I
have nain'rous parts for Cort Car
that 1 will sell cheap, lt' interested,
see or write .M. il. ll lilli.-. Walhalla,
S. C., Route 3. :;."i-::s*
FOB SALE-Throe coed Milk
Cows, fresh; Red,Devons. You'll bo
pleased with ono of these. The price
is rcasoualhe; extra line stock. .JOHN
O'LEARY, Salem. S.C. Rt. 1, 3i *
NOTICE-.Ml lae,,, iii.,! have nat
bought Huming Licenses had kotier i
do so before hunting, as it is going
to bo watched more c'o-ly this time
than ever. I havo Licenses for sale
at all times. W .!.. SANDERS, Con
ductor, I'.lue Ridge Railroad, Wal
li.tilt. S. C. -3?i-3!l*
CROSS TIES WAN TED-OI? Oak.
All I can Kel. Get busy! Off timber
- Spanish, lied, Turkey and Clack
Oak Ties-7x0x8 V?, Cc; 7xSxS ?2,
35c,? 7x7x8 Va, Ldc. Must be cut ac
cording to specifications ami must be
Hound; no splits. CASH on (lellvory.
R. M. CHEEK, Walhalla, S. C. 38 *
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauhlin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON Till: FOURTH SUN
DAY ol' EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance....0.3u a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas .1. Mackin,
P. o. ilox 82, Anderson, S. C.
nu* S>IA*'.?I ii WA \\V9\yc nexetr itui' VOST T-J t nj^iv J ac ?^TMJ
in years gone by, parti*
it fell to my lot to sell
ings, Securities, thes<
kally, again and agaii
I WISH TO
that I am now pre pa
Giit-Ed^e Securities in
both Life and Fire,
the insurance line.
Your business is sr1
predated to the cmos
PACIFIC MUTUAL Ll FR AND Ll
famous Rcxall preparations,
ublc guarantee-the. manu
)r thc Rexall Sign?
TEA Y HUTCHISON.
U TO CO.
IOU SALE-Nico Ferns and other
fiants. M RS. F LA NC IS HUGHS,
Walhalla. S. C. 3S*
ot'!!.TS and Mattresses made and
repaired. Write or see mo when in
need ot work of this kind. MUS.
JULIA SULLIVAN, Walhalla; S. C.,
SELL Til IO ORIGINAL WATKINS
Products. Good city territory still
open. Get our wonderful offer and
free samples. Write to-day. THE
J. R. WATKINS CO., Dept. SO, Now
York. N.V. 36-30*
fr LOCAL AND PERSONAL. fr
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-McCormick mowing mrchincs
and rakes at lowest puces for cash.
W. M Drown, Walhalla.--adv.-ti.
-Miss t'aroiine Ansel left Tuos
day for Rock Hill to resume her
studies at Winthrop College.
- Mr. ana Mrs. George L. Suggs,
of Cornelia, ca., spent tho past week
end willi Mis. Suggs' parents. Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. While.
.N, L. Fant, roprosonting tho l'i
cillc Mutual insurance Co., has open
ed an oilico in Cae former Strother
hank building on Main street.
-Plenty of storage room, rato 30
cents per month, Six Uer Cent inter
est on advances. Seneca Cotton Ware
--Miss Douglas, of Franklin, N.
C.. sjient tito past week-end as tho
guest of tho Misses Todd. She has
numerous friends In Walhalla who
are always glad to see ber.
- We aro requested to announce
thal tho Walhalla Method is'. 1'arson
age Society will meet at the home
of Mrs. A. W. Darr on Thursday (to
morrow) afternoon at 3.I?0 o'clock.
All members aro urged to attend.
- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Knox and
son, Julius, spent a short while in
Walhalla this week as tho guests of
Air. and Mrs. M. C. Todd. They were
accompanied by Mrs. S. J. Aldrich,
who had been spending several weeks
-To Rent-Nice oilico rooms in
same building in which Bell Tele
phone Co. has its office, on Main St.
Cnn rent you single ellice or suit of
rooms. See mo at once if interested.
Very desirable location. W. M.
Brown. Walhalla. S. C.-adv.-ti.
-Margaret Wickliffe left last
week for Anderson College to resume
lier studies in that institution. There
was quite an exodus ol' the young
pooplo from Walhalla and Wes: I'n
lon this and last week returning to
the various colleges at which they
are prosecuting their studies.
Dasi Friday, Sept. 1"., tho Sun
shine Hand of tiie Walhalla Presby
terian church met with Miss Carolin .
Barby, president. After tho business
had boon discussed this program was
carried out: Songs, "Others," "Bles
sed Whomsoever.' Headings. "In aad
Around Kobo," "From Far Japan."
Song, "Christ for Japan." After a
very pleasant meeting Ibo band was
dismissed until tho next meeting, oil
Oct. 1 I, with Miss Emma Dendy.
-Wo will charge $3.50 per halo
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. We use 2 to 2 16
pound jule bagging ami whole ties,
.line bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Schaeffer Gin Co., West
minster, S. C. -adV.-35.-tf.
--.Mrs. Burdell,, of Columbia, ar
rived in Walhalla last. Thursday and
will remain here during this week,
when she and Mr. Burdell will leave,
.\ r. Durbell completing his part of
Ibo contract work on tho waterworks
system. Mrs. Burdoll spent some
time In Walhalla recently and made
nu nierons friends, who regret to see
ber leave. Mr, Burdell will go from
here to Taylorsvlllo, N. C., to take
lip work there similar lo that which
iie bas had in charge in Walhalla. Ile
lt : le nut icrous friends here who
will wish him well in the future.
e of Oconee.
cularly during the war,
you Government Sav
; you bought, patriot
red to sell you other
i thc form of insurance,
in fdet any thing in
icited and will bc ap
FlADlNii KIRK INSURANCE COS.,
.LA, S. C .
I -If you want to borrow money nt
Six Tor Gent? bring your cotton cot
ton'to the Seneca.Cotton Warehouse
I -Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Todd, Misses
Eula and Glenna Todd enjoyed a
pleasant trip to Franklin, N. C., last
week. Miss Eula Todd has accepted
a school eight miles from Franklin,
and enterod upon hor work there
! last Monday. ' * .'
I -Wo aro requested to announce
that tho Woman's Missionary Society
?of tho Kooky Knoll Baptist clniroh
will meet Thursday of th'ls week, tho
2 I st. at the home of Mrs. Martha C.
Blnnohett, at 3 o clock p. m. A juli
attendance of all tho members ls
-If you fall to seo our stock of
millinery you fail to yeo Hie best lino
'at tho least prlco. MU hell & Roedor,
Westminster. S. C.-adv.-38-11.
-The Saturday afternoon duh
met with Mrs. William Hell on Sept.
IGth. Miss Julia Maxwell won high
est score and was' awarded a lovely
box of stationery. The booby, a box
of correspondence cards', was given
Mrs. W. J. Schroder. Tho club will
meet with Miss Elsio Kaufman on
-Plenty of bay, oats, cotton seed
meal, shorts, flour and salt at whole
sale and retail prices. J. H. Alley,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-36-39.
-S. M. M.orton was in town for
a while Monday among his friends,
who were glad to see him again. On
Monday of last week he was In town
! for the first time i ii quite a while, he
having boon con lined to his hone' for
?six weeks, suffering front an attack
: of smallpox.
I -On Thursday night of last wok
the sawmill plant of R. M. Richard
son, in* tho Jocessce section, was de
stroyed by tire, entailing a loss of
between om1 and i wo thousand dol
lars. The origin of the tire is un
known, but had gained such head
way when dis?overed that there was
no opportunity lo save anything from
t lin ila mes.
--Our line of millinery ls com
plete, and we would be glad to lia ve
you call. Mitchel] & Reeder, West
minster, S. C.- adv.-oS-il.
-Wo are requested to announce
Mia I the Fair Play school will open
cn .Monday, Oct. 23, instead of Oct.
30, as is announced elsewhcro in ibis
issue. Thc change in dato of opening
has been made in order to bettor
meet the needs of the community.
Tho compulsory attendance law will
bo put into effect from tho opening
of Hie school.
- Mr. and Mrs. X. L. Pant, Mr
ano Mrs. .las. ll. Darby, Mr. and M's.
Stacy Russell. Mrs. J. C. Mickler of
Saluda, Miss Rossie Mickler, Mrs. J.
S. Acker of Anderson, Miss Frances
Fant of Texas, Miss Kathleen Kant,
Mr. Tisdell and Mr. .lonos of Clemson
College, composed a congenial party
that visited at Highlands, N. C.. for
I -Now is tho time to buy buy your
Oliver plows. Get ready for thc fall
?season. Ruy tho Genuino Oliver. "W.
M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-aqv.-tf.
- Ellison .M. Smith left last week
for Columbia, where ho re-ontered
tho university of South Carolina for
the prosecution of special courses
during the 1922-23 session. Mr.
Smith will during this session also
have a position as Instructor in sev
eral branches. His many Oeonee
friends wish for him continued suc
cess in his chosen work.
-The Star Theatre'. Wost minster,
I is showing some excellent pictures nt
popular prices. Thursday, dainty
Betty Conipson in "The End of the
Work!"; Friday, tho wonderful story
of Cae great northwest, by Jas. Oliver
Cur wood, "Cod's Country and tho
Woman." The first show begins at
7.30. if you like good pictures you
will bo ronald for tho trip to West
- If you can't lind what you want
at the big stores, try us. (?ur motto
is, "Everything for Everybody," and
wu trade you service for business.
J. II. Alley, West Cn ion, S. C.-ad39
- We aro in receipt of a card an
nouncing tile hirth of a sea to Mr.
and Mrs. O. C. Byles, of Homesville,
S. C. The young gentleman arrived
on Sept. 12, 1922, and will be known
as Oby Boyce Byles. This youngster
bas tho distinction of arriving on tho
scene just ia time to herald tho elec
tion of Thoa. c. McBood as Governor
of South Carolina. We congratulate
both tho young gentleman and his
pa rou ts.
- -Don't lie in a hurry to sell your
cotton. Seneca Cotton Warehouse
Company will mn ko libera! advances,
interest rate six Per emit.- ntl v.
- lt will be pleasant new- to their
many Walhalla and Oconeo friends
that I tr. and Mrs. .1.1). Von ir intend
becoming permanent residents of
Walhalla. They recently came here
from Toccon, Ca., and sinco their ar
rival l>r. Vernor lias decided to lo*
cate here and practice his profession.
Ile is now arranging for the opening
of ollie,.s in tho old Walhalla Rotel
building on Main street. Dr. and
Mrs. Vernor will bo most cordially
welcomed lo our midst.
Cotton market will probably bo
depressed hy heavy rocoipts. Seneca
Colton Warehouse Company offer.i
you a remedy. Plenty of storage
room and Six Per Cenl Money,-adv.
-RoV. A. W. Barr, pastor, sends
us tho following notice for publica
tion: Rally day .services will bo held
ai the Main street Methodist church
Sunday morning. Oct. I. livery local
Methodist, whether niflllaling with
the local church or not, ls cordially
invited to b" pre ?Mit and take part
in Ibo serviles. We want it to be
"Church Going Bay ' for a!! who do
not habitually attend sorvlces and
"Home Coming Day" for those who
have moved away to other communi
ties, Local Methodists, write your
folks and liavo ??u ni visit homo that
dav. ; nd bring Ciein to cl,arch with
Wo have a full lino of Ford
parts and 11 rofl of all kinds. Also,
plenty of wagoll timber and tiros. J.
H. Alley, Wost Union, S. C.--adv-39.
-Miss Cn.ro Probst loft yostqrdny
for Hock Hill to resume'^hor studios,
nt Winthrop College.
-You should see our lino of mil
linery bofore you select your hats for
tho winter. Mltcltoll & Reodor, West
minster, S. C.-fulv.-38:tl.
-Miss Tabitha S'.ribllng loft last
week for Woodruff, S. C., to nssume
her duties as tono her of domestic
science in tho high school of that
- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Strother and
Miss Eloise Strother left yesterday
for Johnston, S C., where thoy will
spend a while visiting at the hoirie of
Dr. and Mrs. C. I'. Corn.
;-Seeing is believing and believ
ing you buy, and to see our lino of
millinery you do both. Mitchell &
Reeder, Westminster, S.C.-38-41.
-Tho many friends of Mrs. W. L,
Vernor will regret to learn that sho
is quito indisposed, being confined to
her homo. They will join with us th
wishing for her speedy recovery.
-Rev. A. W. Taylor will hold ser
vices at St. John's Episcopal church,
Walhalla, on Sunday next, Sept. 2 1,
Pt tl o'clock. Tho public is cordially
Invited to attend lilia and all other
services at the church.
-13. R. Moss, who has been ab
sent from Walhalla for a number of
weeks, returned to Walhalla last
week. Mr. Moss has been engaged as
a special olkcer in Columbia during
tlie strike of tho shopmen in the rail
- If you think of holding your
cotton, bring it to thc Seneca Cotton
Warehouse Company. Their charges
are low, advances liberal, and Six
Der Cent Money.--adv.
- Mrs. J. C. M Ickier, of Saluda, is
visiting at tho home of her brother,
S. X. Mickler, and family. Mrs. Mick
1er, who for many years resided in
Walhalla, has a host of friends who
aro delighted to meei her again
- Married, at ?he residence of thc
ofllclnting minister, Rev. 1>. M. Lyda,
Of Walhalla, oil Sunday, Sept. 16th,
Miss Lola Watkins and J. T. Rear
den, both of Walhalla. Tho young
couple luive the best wishes of nu
- Dr. Witherspoon Wallace, of At
lanta, spout the past week-end tn
Walhalla and was accompanied home
by Mrs. Wallace and little daughter,
Ann, who have been spending the
Bummer wita Mrs. Wallace's parents.
Major and Mrs. W. J. Strlbling.
- We will charge ?3.50 per bale
for ginning this . season, furnishing
bagging and ties. We uso 2 and 2%
pound jute bagging and whole ties.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Westminster Oil and
-The baby clinic held at tho court
house on Tuesday was a marked suc
cess. More than GO babies were ex
amined, many being found with ton
sil and adenoid troubles and other
minor defects-/-all curable with the
pr?per/attentlon, Tho clinic was con
ducted by tho Stalo nurse, Miss
?Blackburn, of Columbia, assisted by
Dr. E. A. Hines, of Seneca, and tho
physicians of Walhalla. Tho ladios
of tho town also rendered able as
sistance to tho doctors making tho
examinations and thc nurse in
charge. There will bea clinic on Fri
day of this week at Westminster, and
any mother who was unable to bring
her baby to Walhalla for examina
tion will bo rendered tho samo ser
vira? at Wcstmlnsted at that Hmo. If
your babies arc niling-or if not
it is well to have thom examined,
and this is an opportunity no mother
should neglect. Those examinations
aro entirely free, and you receive thc
bone tit of expert advice without any
eli arge whatever.
-Just received, a shipment of the
well known High Point buggies. Call
and get one. (If you ride, ride
right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S.
-The Gipsy Smith meeting in
Walhalla last Sunday was an excep
tionally good one in point of numbers
of people attending and also in tho
matter of the sermon and the service
as a whole. Convenient arrangement
for seating capacity had been made
in Ibo grove at tho court house, and
we litivc heard the attendance vari
ously estimated at from j ,000 to
2,oi)0. We believe ti coisorvativo es
timate! would place tho crowd at be
tween 1,200 and 1,500. Tho atten
tion given the noted evangelist was
all thal could he desired. His clear
exposition Of tho Cospel bc so force
fully presents holds ono's attention
riveted and compels tho closest at
tention to what ho has to say. His
meetings al Seneca, and the special
services held at Wesinii aster and
Walhalla, have been tho. means of
accomplishing great and, we believe,
lasting good. Mr. Smith is a plead
ing and persuasive preacher rather
than a sensationalist and emotional.
His services during tho past two and
a half weeks have boon in tho nature
of appeals to tho hotter nature of his
great audiences, without any attempt
to play on thc emotions myl to cre
ate religious excitement. There will
bo four moro services at tho toni in
Seneca alter to-day. Mr. Smith will
then leave (next Monday) for other
evangelistic engagements, i lo will
long bc remembered by thousands in
Ocoueo, and wo hope and believe that
his labors in our county will result
In great and lasting good. We are
informed that tho ingathering of
peoplo nt the Seneca churches last.
Sunday was evidence that thc people
of OCOIIOO have been made to think
of their future wed fare.
(Other Local Items on- 4th Pago.)
Doomed to Gallows, Hangs Self,
Salem, Oregon, Sept. ll. - Rich
ard M. Bramfield, under sontonco to
hang for murder of Dennis S. Rus
soll, cheated tho ga How Wednesday
afternoon when ho hanged liimsolf iii
lils cell at the StatOv penitentiary
hore. Bru m field used a foot of ropo
which had probably boon -smuggled
in to him.
O N S
That's all we need to tell you. New Fall Styles
with the distinctive mark, and thc good, old-rock
bottom Stetson Quain).
If you're n regular St ? st son customer, of course
you'll want one o> thc 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
"fccl?ng for style" is, that the young men talk about.
TE? Stetson Qualit y Mark on every Stetson Hats.
WALHALLA, S. C.
S.'?.-V iniv.-j:i.T?ri\arxv_ ...rai ?r.r^-ixv'mrjL'ava
i mn jua iruMvpismntaaM
THF HOUSEWIFE OF TO-DAY is as much of ll business wo
llum as tlio Indy who works in ?n olTieo or conducts n business,
and she keeps her household and personal allowance in tx bunk,
issues checks in paying tho household expenses or regular bills.
THEY FIND IT AX EASY WAV to keep track of tho monthly
outlay, and more convenient Hum the eternal bother of having
chango on limul to pay tradesmen's hills.
The Enterprise Bank,
THE SUCCESSFUL PERSON is the 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 thc month
or by the year.
and deposit your savings with us. Wc paya 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
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