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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
New Low Price
(EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17, 1922
? LOWEST PRICE IN HISTORY Of FORD MOTOR CO.
TY PF_ c Price.
TOURIN?, Starter. 808,00
TOURING, Starter and 1). R. 308.00
ROADSTER, Plain .???50.00
ROADSTER, Starter. 930.00
ROADSTER, Starter lind 1). R.5HJ4.00
UHASS1S, Plain. 835.00
CHASSIS, Starter . ?05.00
CHASSIS, Starter a?Ul I). R.UBO.OO
FORDSON TRACTOR. .105.00
FOR THE NEXT SIX MONTHS OUR ALLOT
MENT Ol'1 FORD CABS HAS REEN DOURLED.
IF YOUR ORDER IS PLACED NOW WE CAN
REASONABLY PROMPT DEI il Vii RY ON ANY"
TYPE OF CAB. ,
Piedmont Motor CoM
WALHALLA, S. C. AVKSTMIXSTER, S. C.
Phono No. Bl. Phono No. -il.
..Authorized Dealers for
'i am tn thc market for Cotton, Will pay the highest price
and will appreciate your business. See me before selling.
X>. B. DARBY,
-Office in The Enterprise Bank.
WALHALLA, S. C.
The Gin Machinery has been
put in the best of condition and
will be operated by an exper
Bring Your Cotton to the
and try us for good and prompt
The Walhalla Ginnery,
(Formerly the Pitchford Ginnery.)
and a Square Deal
If you want a square
deal come to
Blue Ridge Garage
and Blacksmith, we
J, B. SCHULTZ,
J. W. MIXSON,
J. C. BOGGS,
West Union, S. C,
Near East Conditions Sorious.
Lox W. Klutts, of Chester, S. C.,
ls In chargo of tho omorgency relief
work nt Saloniki for tho Near East
Kejief. Refugees, numbering 50.
OOO, oro returning to Mr. Klutts'for
relief. A cable rocoived at State
Headquarters for tho Near East. Re
ifet states that tho evacuation of
Thrace may bring tho total number
of refugees to 80^,000. Mr. Klutts
reports to IL C. Jaquith, managing
director, that tho situation ls grow
ing moro sorious os tho rainy son
son, bringing opldomlcs of pneumo
nia, sots in. As boatloads of addi
tional refugees arrivo, tho housing
situation becomes hardoi* to solvo,
ead unless tho roliof commltteo has
moro funds, thousands and thous
ands of Christians will perish before
Thanksgiving. There ls groot need
for sanitary supervision.
Tho present funds of tho Rod
Cross, Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A. mid Near
East aro exhausted. Tho Assoclatod
Pross places tho need at $15,000,
OOO. All contributions from South
Corollna should bo sont to William
M; Gibbes, Jr., Stato Treasurer, 1325
Main stroot, Columbia, S. C.
Spanish War Veterans Organizo.
Columbia, Oct. 20>.-Tho depart
ment of South Carolina, of tho Unl
tod Spanish War Veterans, was sot
up hero to-night with a temporary
organization hoadod by Cef. Wylie
Jones, of Columbia, as commander
in-chief. Pending tho formation of
local camps, tho temporary organi
zation will function, hut it is expect
od that a pormnnent organization
will bo formed in tho near future,
Camps nt Charleston, Abbevlllo and
Columbia woro represontod .
Those who are In n "run down" con
dition ' ill notice that Catarrh bothers
them I..?sch more than when they aro
in good health. This fact provos that
while Catarrh ls a local disease, it Is
greatly influenced by constitutional
conditions. HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE ls n Tonie and Blood Puri
fier, mid acts through the blood upon
tho mucous surfaces of the body, thu:,
reducing tho Inflammation and restor
ing normal conditions.
All druggists. Circulars free.
I<\ J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
JURORS FOR NOVEMBER TERM.
Court of Gouoral Sessions will Con
vene Mouday, November Oth.
i . ?
Following are the names of the
jurors drawn for the November term
of Court-(General Sessions)-for
Oconoe, which will convene at Wal
halla on Monday, Nov, 6th:,
% ' To Serve Week of Nov. 0-11.
1. Abbot, i*. D., Seneca.
2. Biter, P. T., Walhalla. .
3. Brewer, W. J., -Seneca.
4. Bryant, G. Wv, Wost Ulnon.
5. Burris, Ottie, Westminster.
6. Chandler, D. O., Seneca, II.F.D.
7. Cobb, S. C., Madison.
8. Cowan, W. S., Walhalla Rt. 2.
9. Cross', F.' M., Westminster.
10. Dillard, Ernest, Clemson Cill?go.
11. Duncan; ?VI. A., Salem.
12. Garrison, I. L. Walhalla Rt. 2.
13. Gambroll, R. O., Westminster.
14. Gaillard, J. L., Newry.
15. Grant, L. W., Salem. A
1G. Hax'e, H. A,, Madison. ?
17. Hale, W. W"-Walhalla Rt. 3.
18. Hubbard, R. C., Seneca, R.F.D.
19. Jones, W. L;, Westminster RFD.
20. Jones, T. B., Seneca.
21. KoHoy, John M., Walhalla.
22. King, W. E., Seneca R.F.D.
23. Lay, Jesse, Tamassoe.
24. Marett, L. B. Fair Play.
25. Marlin, John, Westminster RFD.
26. Mearos, Terry, cseneca R.F.D.
27. Mooro, E. W., Mt. Rest R.F.D.
28. Patterson, Jack, Jocassce.
29. Reynolds, J. W., Madison.
30. Smitb, T. IL, Salem.
31. Taylor, L. A., Walhalla Rt. 3.,
32. Whltmire, C. C., Westminster.
33. Whitworth, C. B., Seneca R.F.D.
34. Wood, ll. A., Walhalla Rt. ?3,
35. Yarhorough, T. T., Westminster
36. Zimmerman, C. L., Westminster.
Do tho right thing at the right
Act quickly In timo of danger.
In time of kidney danger, Donn's
Kidney Pills aro most effective. Ask
Mrs. W. H. L. Ramoy, James St.,
Walhalla, says: "The first symptom
of kidney trouble in my caso was a,
boarlng-down pain in tho small ot
my back. I didn't have ambition
enough to do anything and when 1
.bent sharp palus, shot through my
kidneys and almost took my breath
away. I had severe headaches and
dizzy spells and my kidneys didn't
act right. I trlod soveral remedies
but got no relief until I began tak
ing Doan's Kidney Pills. In a short
time I felt like a different person and
Doan's cured mo entirely."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Ramoy bad. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., .Buffalo, N. V.
Young Woman Found Guilt)',
White Cloud, Mich., Oct. 36---.Vin;.
Meda Hodoll, 20 years old, a swump
country girl, wfts found guilty of first
degree murder, by a circuit court
jury here to-uay In connection with
tho death of ber invalid falher-in
law, David Modell. Tho Jury had de
I liberated a little moro than two
' I mrs.
? Colds Causo Grip and Influenza
I LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tablets remove- th?
CAUSO. Thcro l?ronty ono "Bromo Quinine." F. W,
GROVE'S signatura on tho box. 30c.
Innocent Man Wns Convicted.
Jacksonville Fm., Oct. 26-Frank
Rawlins, who, with John H. Popo.
Jacksonville attorney, was convicted
of murder in tho first degree for the
killing of George H. Hickman, wide
ly known theatrical mon bore in Sep
tember, 1921, bas confessed, accord
ing to Pope's attornoy, that Pope
had nothing to do with the affair and
that ho .implicated Pope in tho hope
that, by so doing, he would escapo
punishment. Rawlins and Popo woro
sentenced to Ufo imprisonment, and
tho Stato Supremo Court last week
refused Popo's request for a new
$400,000 Reported Lost.
Yokohama, Oct. 25.-Bank notos
to the valuo of $ 100,000, reported as
missing in the Yokohama Specie
Bank, woro found to have hoon care
lessly thrown into a waste basket.
NORMAN DRUG CO., '
Wallinna, S. O.
Oconco Crook School to Open.
Tho opening of tho Oconoo Creek
pl bool has been postponed, until Nov.
Gili. Parents will please remomber
tho compulsory attendance law and
seo that children aro present on tho
opening day. Trustees.
Flat Shoals School to Open.
Flat Shoals school will open Nov.
6th Instead of Oct. 30. Parents will
ploaso tako notlco of dato and start
nil cbildron of school ago promptly.
Tho compulsory nttondnnco law will
bo onforcod from tho beginning of
school.' J. L. Ciow, for Trustoes.1
Do You Reali
AN om In ont physician has
useless suffering on the pc
.for months before baby coi
ually arrives. This samo great
much of this suffering. Mothor
structure should bo freo from
months of useless misery and ]
from much ot lt.* Here is a ?
Mrs. Ida Milton, 108 N. Treme
forced to Bay something in reg?
Friend.' Just one application ga
realizo I was in pregnancy. B<
with pains all over, and today,
with all caso and without pain.1
"Mother's Friend" is applied <
cles, nerves hnd tissues to rein
tho growing changes during pr
should bo used tor somo timo bo
"Mother's Friend" contains no nnrcol
three generations "Mother's Friend" hi
ujeless suffering. Mother I you must i
. tutes. Begin using "Mother's Friend'
Don't let falao modesty keep you frc,
and to your home, liy ult means, you si
cent free. Send for your copy now
Adunia, Ga. Get "Mother's Fri
MAOP TN A "KITCHEN STILL.'
I nique ?ml Unusual Outfit Seized In
? (irooiiville News.)
Culo.' t? nd unusual was tho dis
tilling eu tilt that was found early
Wodnes. y mornlngVn the kitchen
of a he. i that is owned by William
Sloan, near Iteedy Fork, several
inilen from Greenville. With the
large di.Hiing plant, was .seized ten
gallons of fresh-run corn whiskey
and^ri'OOO j-allons of beer. Two ar
rests v. > c nade.
The raiders wore led by head of
field ?forros Queen, accompanied by
group loader Painter, Stato Consta
ble- liol aud Private Detective G. C.
Co vu. ''ho quartette journeyed to
Reedy" erl, and near Mr. Sloan's
ho :ho ten gallon0 of whis
key. V hen they approached his
boneo..'.e was working in tho. front
yard grinding up sugar cane t-j make
sugar and Byro p. Tho officer' Inquir
ed I* hij Vnew anything about the
wlii. key thnt they had found, anu he
Implied thal he did not.
While ho and the officers were en
gaged in talking, Detective Corn
pu: br i open the kitchen door of tho
honan, inside ho found a completo
"horne made in the kitchen" distill
ing M.ttlt, and before tho furnace Igy
Join Williams, a negro, sound
ask- , The "run" had just been
made and il o boiler was almost dry.
Tlc OOO g: lions of beer in barrels
wi s bred la tho house, and many
CO.M ors for whiskey were found.
still a nid equipment were de
sli i and tho two arrested. Mr.
Sh ii ar'Kft.ugod bond yesterndy after
noon and was released. Williams
still resides in "Stony Lonesome", on
Open Child's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
Even a sick child loves tho 'fruity'
taste of "California Fig Syrup." if
tho little tongue is coaled, or If your
child is listless, cross, tevorish, full
of cold, or has colic, givo a teaspoon
ful to cleans tho liver and bowels. lu
a fow hours you cnn seo for your
stlf how thoroughly lt works all the
constipation poison, sour hilo and
waste out of tho bowels, and you
havo a woll, playful child again.
Millions of mothors koop "Califor
nia" Fig Syrup" handy. They know
ja teaspoonful to-day sn vos a sick
I child to-morrow. Ask your druggist
for genuine "California Fig Syrup,"
which has directions for babies and
'children of all agos printed on bottle.
Mother! You must say .?California"
?or you may got an imitation Hg syr
lind Horved Fifty Vcnra.
Waupon, Wis., Oct. 21.-Bill Max
well, aged 83 years, will bo roloased
from tho Stato penitentiary lio'ro to
morrow upon completing a fifty-year
I sentence for murder. Convicts boro
will be guests at a farowell party for
Moro than 20,0*00,000 womon' in
tho Knited Statos aro employed in
Ize this Factf
Bhown, why thero is so much
irt of many expectant mothers,
nes, ns well as when baby act*
doctor found tho way to avoid
, your baby's ?ervos, its wholo
any influence caused by your
iain. You yourself can be free
little message to all expectant
?nt St., Kansas, 111., saysf "I am
?rd to your' wonderful 'Mother's
ve me such relief I could hardly
afore I used lt I was suffering
I am ablo to do my house-work
sxtornally, and enables the mus
x and readjust /themselves with
ognancy, and at child-birth. It
foro baby comes-tho sooner tho
les or linrmful druprs. It is ante. Vor
is relieved expectant mothers of much
ivold mere greases and useless substi
" today, lt is sold nt drug stores-j
T ON MOTHERHOOD
mt thia duty to vouraclf, to your child
Kuld /lave our valuablo illustrated book,
to Bradfield Regulator Co., B/l-43,
tend" /rom your druggist today.
REV. JOHN Ii. HARLEY IS DEAR.
Well Known Methodist Evangelist
Passes After Long Illness. .
Spartanburg, Oct. 25.-Rev. John
Li. Harley, evangelist for the Upper
Methodist Conference of South Car
olina, and formerly superintendent
of the Anti-Saloon League in chis
State, passed away this afternoon at
his home hero. Ills funeral services
will be conducted by Rev; R. B. Tur
nipseed and Rev. F. E .Dibble, local
Rev. Mr. Harley was widely known
In South Carolina. His wife and six
children survive. Ile had been'dan
gerously ill for several weeks, but
a recent relapso caused members of
the family to abandon all hopo.
Looking After Prisoners' Welfare.
Columbia, Oct. 25. - Continuing
bis policy of keeping closely inform
ed of affairs at the State penitentiary
Governor Harvey to-day wrote Su
perintendent A. K. Sanders, request
ing that reports ho made to him of
each instance where a prisoner was
disciplined, and that ho ho furnished
also wth a copy of tho mona served
at each meal until further orders.
One Killed in Plano Wreck.
Okeechobee, Ela., Oct. 2f?.-Wil
ford A. Rot tig was killed and Chas.
Douglas was seriously injured when
an airplane in which they were (ly
ing fell in the streets of this town
this afternoon. Retlig ls said to have
been a former army" aviator. Doug
las lives in Garrett, Ind.
Resembling a soldering iron, a gas
heated tool has been invented for
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant to a decree of tho afore
said Court, In tho caso named be
low, I will offer for sale, to the high
est blddor, In front of tho Court
House door, at Walhalla, S. C., on
MOXDAY, tho 6th day of November,
1 922, botween tho legal hours of
salo, the tract of land below describ
Miss Essio Clinkscalos, as Assignee,
J. B. Hallams, L. S. Horton, W. F.
Marshall, G. H. Bailes and T. L.
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land situate, lying nnd.boing
In Center Township, of tho County of
i)conoo, Stnte of South Carolina, ad
loining lands of D. H. Marett, J. L.
Whitfield, T. D. Marett and M. G.
aiymph. containing sixty-five (6,5)
?cres, more or loss, hoing tho samo
:rocl of land conveyed to mo (J. B.
Hallums) by G. H. Bailes and W. F.
Marshall hy deed dated Juno 2, 1920,
which deed is to be recorded.
Terms of Salo: CASH.
Purchaser to pay extra for deod
ind stamp. * W. O. WHITE,
Mastor for Ocnoeo/County, S. C.
Oct. 18, 1922. 42-14
NOTICE is horeby glvon that, pur
ulent to authority given mo under
ho law of South Carolina, I will sell,
o tho highest bidden, for CASH, In
rout of tho Court Houso door, in
Walhalla, S. C., o? Salosday in No
/ember, 1922, hoing MONDAY, tho
?Hi day of Novomber, ono Autonv
l)ilo that bas boen selzod while, bo
ng used in tho transportation of in
toxicating liquor, and bas boon de
dared forfeited to tho State. Prop
3rty described as follows:
One Ford Touring Car, motor No.
1005739, S. C. Liconso No.48-322,1
mpturod while hoing drivon by Grady
[J. Starncs and others.
W. M. ALEXANDER,
Sheriff, Oconco County, S. C.
Oct. 11> 1922. 41-44
SUMMONS "F?R RELIEF.
rhe State of South Carolina, ?
County of Ocone'e.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
' Sophie Ritter,'Plaintiff,
against . '
Wm. J, Schroder, in his. own right
and as Administrator of tho Per
sonal Estato of'Thoa. E.- Alexan
der, Deceased; Inez S. Jnynes,
Frank C. Alexander and Froddn A.
(Copy Summons f?r Relief.-Com
Io tho Defendant^ Abovo Named:
You aro hereby snmhtonod and ro
3Uired to answer tho Complaint in
this action, which is herewith served
upon you, ard .to servo a copy of your
Answer to the said Complaint on tho
subscriber, at his oiilco, on tho Pub
lic Square, at Walhalla, South Caro
lina, within twenty 'days aftor tho
service hereof, exclusivo of tho day
of such service; and if you fail to
finswer tho Complaint '/Within-; tho
limo aforesaid, tho Plaintiff in this
ictlon will apply to tho Court for tho
relief demanded in tho Co'mplaint.
Da toil September Otb, A. D. 1922.
' R.T. J AYN BS,
W. J. SCHRODER. (Soul)
C. C. P.
Oct. 18, 19 22. 42-4 1
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Ibo.State of South Carolina,
County of Oconco.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Tho Union Coptral Lifo Insurance
Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, a
Corporation eroatod by and exist
ing under tho Laws of the Slate ot'
Ohio, N Plaintiff,
General Ratler Gillespie, Wm. J.
SehrQtler, in his own right and as
Administrator of the Personal Es
tato of Thos. E. Alexander, De
ceased; Inez S. Jnynes, Frank C.
Alexander and Fredda A. Young
(Copy Summons for Relief.-Com
To tho Defendants Abovo Named:
You are hereby summoned and ro
qui/ed to answer tho Complaint In
this action, which is herewith served
upon,you, and to servo a copy of your
Answer to the said Complaint on tho
subscriber, at his oflico, on iho'i'ub
11c Square, at Walhalla, South Caro
lian, within twenty days after tho
servlco hereof, exclusive of the day
of such service; and if you fail to
answer tho Complaint within tho
timo aforesaid, tho Plaintiff in tills
notion will apply lo tho Court for tho
relief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated this fifth day of October, A.
D. 19 2 2. R. T. J A YNES,
W. J. SCHRODER. (Seal.)
C. C. P.
Oct. 18, 192?. 42-44
That's what we give
with every Mason Maxi
milo wo sell.
When you check Mason
Maxi-inilo tires for milc
of ter-milo dependability,
comfort, long li*" > or
?rieo, you can t help but
o gratified with this
Como in and learn what
exceptional value you
get in these low priced
West Union, S. C.