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halla, S. C., as Mail Matter of tho
Second Class, under Act of Congress,
Mare!? .'id, 1870.
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ments. Ohlluary nnticcs, cards of
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tisements. Cash must accompany tho
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WALHALLA, 8. C.:
WilDNKSDAV, NOV. 1, 1022.
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?I? 'MViVOSUM?! CIKV 1V001 ?t*
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--Married, nt tho Hani ?st parson
age, l)> Rev. M. J. Slansell, their pas
tor, on the evening Qi the 21st, Miss
Lizzie Hale and Hoy damson. The
young bride is tho daughter of Mr.
and .Mrs. \V. W. Hale, of tho Poplar
Springs vicinity, while Mr. Gnrrisoi
is (ho son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gar
rison, of the Pleasant Ridge Commu
nity, The young couple have thc bo3t
wishes of a host of friends.
- Friday morning will usher into
Walhalla tho ninth anniversary salo
of Tho People's Department Store,
L. Fayonsky, Proprietor, This is an
OVOUt long awaited for by thrifty
shoppors.a I'jXtra salesmen and sales
lad ios have been provided by the
management, thereby assuring every
ono prompt and courteous attention.
Il will 1)0 worth your while lo take
special pains to bo in .Walhalla Fri
day of tins wook and get your share
of Ibo barga i i vi tn be offered. ..Special
announcement will be found on tho
/ fifi h page ' ins week.
-Th?1 following attractions will
be shown ul I lie Star Theatre, Sen
(MI, the balance of this week and
Ibo first of ItOXl: Thursday. Nov. :!.
William Russell In "The Lady from
Loni; Acre," and a two-reel comedy.
"Bringing Up rather." Friday, Nov.
3, David Pbwoll in 'Dangerous Llos,'
and Pa'lin News. Saturday. William
[Russell in "A Sotf-Mndo Mar.,"' Chas.
I la thorson tn "Speed," and an cpi
sode of thc serial, "The Fighting
'I rail." Monday, Nov. otb, Thomas
Mooro in ' Hold Your Horses," and
Tuesday. lOlsio Ferguson in "Foot
lights." This last ts n beautiful pic
ture and one well worth a trip to
Soneca to see.
Rural Policeman Littleton and
Deputy Gus Sullivan made n raid
yesterday (Tuesday) morning in tho
Unity seulement on Long Nose
mountain, where they located a still
in operation, watching tho operations
for some half hour or more before
swooping down on tho plant. Five
hundred pounds of granulated sugar
was conliscnted, and several bushels
ol' malt, ;i 7 .".-gallon copper still, cap
and condenser complete, with about
2,fi0 0 gallons of beer, were destroy
ed. Two men made their escape ns
tho olliocrs made their descent on th?;
plant, but liol until after they had
witched operations and operators so
closely as to definitely identify the
JIU n, whom Ihoy positively know.
They say that "all things come
to Ihoso who wait." At the present
lime, wo aro informed, petitions aro
being circulated in Midway asking
1h.it th'', cilzens of that terrtory so
clos.? i ? Walhalla call an election for
the purpose of voting themselves in
to Walhalla. Ten or twelve years
ago Walhalla wnsL, beseeching Mid
way to (.?.nie "Into tho fold, but they
would ..ot." Tho now water system
here has doubtless been the great
consideration thai bas wrought tin.'
chango of heart, At tiny rate, no ou>
in Walhalla holds their previous re?
I'UHtil to Join with us against them,
..Mid if they vote themselves inv they
will he i n o s I cordially received. T'?O
citizens of West I nion inigbl well
lake the h??iI mid "come on in" the
WntCr'? line, you know.
Washalln lost her first football
gamo o' Hie season last Friday when
tin: \\ ilhalin Hi boys went up
against Anderson Hi. Tho game was
,t good one, the score being 38 to C..
against Walhalla. Tho Anderson iii
has a wonderful team and an a bu mi
ll nco of players to call on at any
lime. Walhalla can barely muster a
complete loam, and is short of any
men tu dill ni cuse of need. Tho An
derson hoys played a splendid game,
as did tho local boys, Our leam was
Simply ' ont of its class," according
to 'hose who know the game and
have commentod on the playing last
.'.'rid iy. I !' 1.0 tais gamo the Walhalla
team b u! won every game they had
played. Tho boys are not dismayed
by their dofent, bul with grit that is
Commendable are determined that ?
they "will lick Anderson yet." As j
tho Masons -ay. "So mote it he!"
-The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Cox will be grieved to
Idea rn of Ibo suddon doa th of il
son, Di Cox, who died nt Walhalla on
Tuesday night, Oct. 23d, no bad
boon working in Rosman, N. c.. for
tho past six months and was taken
seriously, ill with appendicitis. Ho
same homo on Sunday previous to
his deatli and kept getting steadily
worse. On Saturday afternoon ho
was removed to tho old Walhalla Ho
tel building, where he was operated
on for tho removal of his appendix.
For a kimo he seemed to rally after
thc oparatlun, this condition contin
uing until Tuosday, whoa pneunio
na developed, and ho lasted only a
few hours.. Bosidos his fathor and
mother, who livo noar -Walhalla, ho
leaves a largo family of brothers and
sisters. Funeral services woro con
ducted by his pastor, Hov. M. .1.
S tansell, at Bethel Presbyterian
chu roll on Wednesday aftorno?n last
at ;', o'clock, in tilo prosonco of a
large number of sorrowing relativos
and friends, D. Cox united with tho
Baptist church when quito young and
was an exemplary Christian. Ho was
about 25 years of ago. Tho ninny
friends of tho family sympathize
with them in their groat sorrow.
Local Notes from South Union.
South Union, Oct. 30. - Special:
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sims and little
son, of Groonvillo, spent part of last
week with Mrs. Sims' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Allon.
Mrs. Sam Power and Mrs. Kate
Snipes, of Anderson, wore present at
tho birthday dinner of Mrs. J. B. J.lc
Junkln at the home of her son, W. H.
^School opened at this place this
morning. All of tho teachers were
present and a very good attendance
of pupils also.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. J .Steve Smith returned Friday
after attending tho State Fair. They
report a splendid fair.
The marriage of I farr ison H on ea
and Miss 10111e Leathers carno as a
surprise to their friends. They were
married Sunday morning, J. H. Allen
performing tho ceremony. Wo ex
tend to them hearty congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. L. Thomas and
daughter, Bertie, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Thomas, spent
Sunday at Demorest. Qa., with Miss
Georgia Belle Thomas, who is tak
ing a course in music at that place.
W. C .Gaines is in Greenville to
day taking In the big show.
Billie Reese celebrated his 12th
birthday, on Oct. 29th. Several of
his boy friends enjoyed the day with
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. West and J.
It. Brown attended t lie Sunday
School Convention which was held
recently nt Wolf Stake.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tate, Mrs. D.
1'. Tate and Jesse Allen were in An
derson shopping Saturday.
Rainfall and Temperature
Below is a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
October 29, 1!>22. nt 7 p. m. (The
Instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard instruments ex
posed in tho manner recommended
by the chief of tho Weather Bureau):
Oct. 23-Cloudy . .
15| 6 6
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A SIN TO LET
HAIR FALL OUT
3 Sc "Danderine" Saves Your,
Hurry! lt's your duty! Each day
you see a little more hair falling out
(ind you are making no effort to
avoid baldness. What a pity. Fall
ing hair means your hair is weak,
sick- possibly dandruff is strangling
il, or the hair root pores in thc scalp
aro not firm and tight, thus wasting
the hair-growing oils.
Danderine almost instantly stops
falling hair of men or women and
(leans every particle of dandruff
away, then tho hair takes on now
life, vigor and strength to grow
strong, thick and long.
Danderine is delightful-not sticky
or greasy. Go to any drug store now
and got a hollie. Use lt. Have
healthy, heavy, beautiful hair and
lots of lt.-adv:
Now lifo insuranco business of tho
first five months of 1 922 was $128,
000,000 moro than for tho samo po
riod of 1021.
Fronch military experts aro work
ing on an invention to nil rockets
with powder and oil to Ignito air
China had no foreign debt in 187 I.
I Red Gross Water ?
First Aid Makes
Moro than 825 Chapters eng?ged tn
1 lifo snvhig or water first aid last yonr
: with the result that tho American Hod
; Cross Life Saving Corps has set a new
? high mark for enrollment and the
I number -of qualified life savers de
j velopod. The influence of "learn to
j swim week" in many localities is re
ducing the water fatalities through In
struction and the wider dissemination
of resuscitation methods demonstrated
by the Ked Cross representatives. Ex
collent work lins been done in teaching
a large pnrt of the American -popula
tion how to take care of lts'ejf in the
water. Growing appreciation for this
Red Cross Life-Saving .Service ls
shown by the compulsory Instruction
adopted In many cities for members of
the police and Are departments In the
prone pressure method of resuscita
Help to Help Others
You can't "give until lt hurts"-for
giving on American dollar' to Join the
American Red Cross helps you to help
others who are hurt and who need re
There aro approximately 60."00
club women in tho State of Pennsyl
NOTICE OF EJECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconeo.
NOTICIO is hereby given that tho
General Election for Representative
in Congress will bo hold at the vot
ing precincts fixed by law in the
County of Oconeo on TUESDAY, No
vember 7, 1 'J 22, said day being Tues
day following the first Monday, as
prescribed by thf State Constitution.
The qualifications for suffrage aro
Residence in Stato for two years,
in the County ono year, In the poll
ing precinct in which the elector of
fers to vote, four months, and tho
payment six months before any elec
tion of any poll tax then due and
payable: Provided, That ministers in
charge of an organized church, and
teachers of public schools, shall bc
entitled to vote after six months' res
idence in the State, otherwise quali
Registration..-vPaynjooi of di
taxes, including poll tax. ;..?.:>. 1
and collectible during tV ere\ i
year. The production of a t t*..i' In
or the receipt of the offi : ail
Ized to collect such taxe-, shit] bo
conclusive proof of the pay nc
Before tho hour fixed ipr d)? ip,
the polls Managers and C
lake and subscribe to th) m
tiona] oath. Tho Chaim
Board of Managers can
tho oath to tho other-Ma
to the Clerk: a Notary p. i ? ni?
administer the oath to til ai
The**Mnnngers elect ?their
Polls at each voting pla ? st. be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m. Tis
nt i o'clock p. m., excoptig CR)
of Charleston, whero the;
opened at 7 a. m. and clo* il 6 p*.
Tho Managers have tho ,ver : i
(Iii a vacancy; and if nono of tho
Managers attend,'the citizens can ap
point, from among tho 'qualified vot
ers, the ManagerSj who, after being
sworn, can conduct tho election.
At tho close of the election, tho
Managers abd Clerk must proceed
publicly to open the ballot box and
count the ballots therein, and con- \
tlnuo without adjournment until the j
same is completed, and make a state
ment of the result for each office,
and sign tho same. Within three
days thereafter, tho Chairman of the
Hoard, or some one designated by
tho Board, must deliver to the Com
missioners of Election tho poll list,
the box containing the ball >ts and
written statements of tho result of
Managers of Election. - Tho fol
lowing Managers of Election have
been appointed to hold Dio election
at the various precincts In the saM
Clomson College-S. M. Martin,
S. B. liarlo, Etta S. Henry.
Damascus - D. F. Carter, Milos
Shedd. G. L. Watkins.
Double Springs-W. R. Hunt, M.
L. Phillips. I. W. Henry.
Earlo's Grove-L, H. Richey, J. C.
Rico, Perry Ables.
Fair Play - S. J. Grubby, J, D.
Glenn, L. B. Marett.
C Ii Al
Storage and Insuri
Liberal Cash Advani
Interest Kate, o l'er C
G. W. GIGNILL
Friendship-W. M. Campbell, Lv
C. MoC?rley, J. T. Bums. ' /
High Falls-J. S. Lay, E. H. Mur
phree, J. H. White.
Koowoe-O. A. Kolly, Whit Knox,
J. A. White.
Holly Springs - A. C. Blackwoll,
W. L. Cobb, R. J. Vinson.
Jocessoo- .1. M. Burgoss,' Will
Wbitmiro, J. W. Patterson.
Little River-iF. Moody, C. IC. Per
ry. J. R. Talley.
Long Crook-M. C. Leo, Geo. W.
Matheson, L. II. Rainos.
Madison H. C. Adams, John
Cobb,' S. J. Ryles.
Newry - J. M. Aloxandor, O. T.
Crensbaw, R. II. Dllwortb.
Oakway-Gl'FV Brown, T. E. Gam
broil, E. D. Elrod.
Oconeo Creek-W. M. Murphree,
L. Taylor, H. A. Wood.
Picket Post-Ivan Edwards, J. D.
.(larkins, I. L. Garrison.
-Providence-John Boggs, W. E.
Giles, J. A. Pnvtor.
Return-W. E. King, C C. Miller,
W. A. Sanders.
Richland-J. P. Armstrong, Dean
Davis, O. E. Gambroll.
Salem-John ChastaiA, M.A.Moss,
R. J. Lanning.
Seneca-C. F. Adams, P. H. Isboll,
W. E. Edwards. .
South Unoln-Sam ?urrlss, W. M.
Gibson, W. H. McJunkin.
Tabor-W. R. Craig, J. T. Knox,
A. A. Mborehead.
Tamassee-T. R. Chatham, G. E.
Rankin, W. C. Rogers.
Tokoena-O. D. Boggs, P. S. Cleve
land, W. D. Giles.
^ Tugaloo Academy-T. D. Powell^
T. E. Smith, J. V. Powoll.
Walhalla--J. E. Raukuight, Mrs.
Rossie S. Darby, Mrs. W. M. Brown.
Westminster-B. D. Broazeale, N.
C. Dickson, V. N. Dalton.
West Union-J. H. Alley, J. F.
Fowler, E. Glllison.
Wolf Pit-C. F .Lay, F. L. Moody,
Tho Managers nt each precinct
above named are requested to dole
gato ono of their number to secure
tho box and blanks for tho election
at Walhalla Court Holme on Satur
day, Nov. 4th, or Monday, Nov. 6th,
.S. F. REEDER, Chairman,
Commissioners of Federal Election
for Oconeo County, S. C.
Nov. 1, 1922. 4 1
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Greenville, S. C., Oillco of tho Fed
eral Prohibition Director, October
24, 1022.-Tho following described
property: Ono Elcar Touring Car,
Motor No. ??OOTS, 1921 Model, S. C.
License No. 13-1 2 51 I-having boon
seized hy General Prohibition Agent
Jake Gosnoll from John Pitts ot al.,
near Long Creek, S. C., on Oct. 15,
1922, for violation of N. P. A.. will
be declared forfeited to tho United j
Stafes if no valid claim for owner-!
sh+p is filed with tho Federal Pho
hlbition Drector, Greenville, S. C.,
Within two weeks from tho date of.
this notice, and sold at auction as |
required by law. GEO. C. BOWEN, 1
Federal Prohibition Director. 44-45 1
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
A NF? DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will'make application to
V. F. .Martin, Judge of Probate, tor
Oconeo County, in the State oT South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court House, on Wednesday, tho
29th" day of November, 1922, at ll
o'clock In tho forenoon, or as soon
thereof toras .said application can bo
heard, for leave to make Final Set
tlement of tho Estate of Mrs. Mary
A. Poole, Deceased, and obtain Final
Dlschargo as Administratrix of said
Estalo. BYRD1E B. RHOLT,
Administratrix ot tho Estate of Mrs.
Mary \. Poole, Deceased.
(Thu estate at thal time being un
der $2,000, Notice to Debtors and
[Creditors was posted on tho Court
I House door.)
Nov. 1, 1922. 44-47
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the un
jderslgn;! will make application to
I V. F. Martin, Judge of Probate, for
: Oconeo County, in the State of South
j Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
i Court House, on Wednesday, tho1
29th day of November, 1922, at 11!
o'clock In the forenoon, or ns soon
thereafter as said application cnn
be heard, for leave to make. Final
Settlement of tho Estate of Dora
Wiebens, Deceased, and obtain Final
Discharge as Executors of tho said
Fstate. W. D. COWELL,
and L. H. KELLEY,
Executors of tho l?state of Dora
Wiebens, Decoa?t I.
Nov. 1, 19 22. 44-47
R G ES
*nce, 30c. per month,
ses on Stored Cotton,
lent Per Annum on all
ON SHE COMES
WITH THE SHRIEK OF (THE WHISTLE, THE
OLD TRAIN ANNOUNCES HER APPROACH.
NOT SO HERE, BUST WTIJH A SILENT
PRESSING DOWN OH HIGH PRICES AND A
STEADY UPLIFT OF QUALITY, WE ARE
FAST FORGING AHEAD AND BUILDING UP
THE FINEST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BUSINESS EVER BUILT IN ANDERSON.
2,000 yards 30-inch Lin- ?
ono, worth 25c. ut yard. I JU a
good 15c. Blenched
Ono caso Bed and Rluo Kilo
Shirting Manuel-Yard ?lbi
32-inch SOC Dross
hftm nt-Yard .
4,000 yards good Dark Iflo
Dross Ginghams-Yard.. I U M i
?52-Inch Lad Lass I o Cloth, QC
attractivo patterns-Yd tdUi
Good heavy Cotton Flan- IE?
liol-Yard.I ? ? i
Lots of White Plain, Colored and
Derk Outings nt 15c, 1 fl A
12%C ami.I Ubi
Men's very Uno Gnrlmrdino Whip
cord Top Coots, for ' Men and
Young Mon, at QIC Eil
. $25.00 and.OlOiUU
Young Men's $30.00 GO/I Efl
Pelted Overcoats... ?JU
Men's Heavy Rluo ?10 Efl
Overcoats, oach.y ICiuU
One lot Men's Top Coats OJ fifi
job specials.\p f ? JU
Wo sell Fl?rsheim Shoes and tho
John B. Stetson Hats for Mon,
100 All-Wool Jersey
Coats, Tuxedo Stylos-.
Ladles' $5.00 All-Wool CO 00
Sweaters, Navy only. . %J) ? i ?J O
Ladies' Very Handsome Silk
Dresses, of 'ill tho now wanted
Materials, $32.50, QICTK
$21.50, $27.50 and. . ?f I Qi I J
CANTON CREPE DRESSES, for
Ladies and Misses, QI fl flfl
ns. low as .?P I UiUU
Prettiest Children's Drosses in An
derson, in Scrgo and Plain and
Red and Rluo Sorgo Cohibina
I lons - Embroidered, otc. - at
$8.00, $7.50, $5.45 (jj^ ?jg
Women's All Solid Loather Shoos
for overy-day wear, CJQ
/ at-Pair .i|)ti40
Mon's Good Work Shoes
per pair, only
Men's Best Anny Shoes
Prottieso Brown Suede ".Colonial
Strap Pumps, with Brown Kid
Trimmings, In Auder- O"7 Efl
son, at only .?J>I iJU
New Bee Hive,
G. H. BAILLES ?? COMPANY
East Side Public Squared - - Anderson, S. C.
To the Ladies:
We have a full line of High Class ^Silverware.
Every piece carries a 20-year Replacement Guarantee,
backed by 44s.
Our line of Aluminum and Enamel Ware is
complete, and we are going to give 20 per cent dis
count' off on these goods FOR TWO WEEKS
ONLY, BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1st.
Our Stores are headquarters for Cook Stoves,
Ranges, Dishes, Brooms, Mops, all kinds of. House
Brushes and Cleaning Material O-Ccdar Polish,
Johnson's Polish and Wax,
Come in, LADIES1 This is your store, and wc
are here ready and anxious to serve you.
We sell the best Washing Machine on the mar
ket-the Maytag, Hand, Motor and Electric Power.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw. Go.
(Phono No. 30.) (Phono No. ll.)
THE SUCCESSFUL PERSON is thc one who
saves systematically. For instance, if you arc paid by
the week, if you save any money you will have to save
by thc week. The same theory will apply by the month
or by the year.
itnd'deposit your savings with us. Wc 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