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BOUGHT FQR THIS
WEEK END OF THE
ONE LOO? MEN'S BLUE CHAM
BRAY WORK SHIRTS-A REGU
LAR 85c. VALUE-<FOR ONLY
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF SUIT
OASES, IN BLACKS AND TANS,
WlllOH WE HAD COMPLETELY
SOLD OUT OF. WILL GO ON
SALE AGAIN At ONLY
THESE ABE REGULAR 91.50
BLANKETS REDUCED TO
WE ARE AGENTS FOR NASHUA
Our Store has been crowded to ovei
eagerly took advantage of the hi
them at our Ninth Anniversary Sale
people of Oconee County are being
sacrificing profits to meet public der
condition back to a normal basis.
A NEW SHIPMENT OF LADIES' RRE8SES-r-CANTON CREPES.
TRICOTINES, POIRET TWILLTJT AND SATINS-?AT HALF THE
PRICE OF OTHER STORES. SPECIALLY PRICED FROM
$6.95 TO $21.45
WE HAVE A VERY PRETTY ASSORTMENT OF STYXiES AND
A COMPLETE RANGE OF STYLES AND COLORS-^SPEOIALLYT
$2.95 TO $5.95
EVJ2RY STITCH HAND-S NW El
R ATI STE. THESE SHIRT WAH
PORTO RICO. WHILE IN NEW !
SAMPLE LOT. THEY ARE WO!
DUCED FOR OUR ANNIVERSARY
IN SERGES AND ALL Tl
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Ono lot Mon's Tun English Shoos
that formerly sold for $5.00-Re
duced now to only
Ono lot Mon's Rlnck and Tan
Raised Tio Rlucher-$5.00 value
Ono lot Men's Tan Brogues, well
worth $0.00-Now going for only
MEN'S WORK SHOES
Ono lot of Men's Work Shoes in
Medium Weight-$3.50 values
Ono lot of 's Good Weight
Every-Day Shoes, in Smoked Elk
and Waterproof Tan. Wo have
bought a big lot and will move
those $4.50 values quick for only
Ono lot-Men's Anny Stylo Shoos,
$5.00 Values, for only
Trade at Home, tt
Walhalla, S. C.
Local Notes from Mountain Rest.
Mountain Rest, Nov. 3.-Special:
The farmers of this community aro
busy getting their fall planting done.
Mrs. Cando Pell was with rela
tives In Walhalla recently for a short
AV hi lo.
John Brown, of this community,
is seriously ill at this writing. His
'many friends hope for his speedy re
Several from hore attended the fair
at Westminster and all report a good
time and a splendid fair.
Miss Vina IJamoy spent last week
with Miss Ella Dearden, of Westmin
ster, an<\ attended tho fair.
Tho ones of this community that
we hear of winning ribbons at tho
county fair at Westminster are Mrs.
Thomas Ramoy, blue ribbon on her
old-time coverlet, made 50 years
ago; Miss Vina Ramoy, blue ribbon
on a foot comfort; Andorw Ramey,
first, second and third place on his
cabbages, three heads which weighed
sixty pounds. Ile has a lino crop of
cabbage, tho three heads on display
not being sall tho largest hoads. Mr.
Ramey'also won second place on his
soy beans. Wo haven't got top-soil
roads up here, but we have got. fine
Miss Hattie Derrick has resumed
her school work nt Blue Ridge.
Miss Vina Ramoy is conducting a'
successful torin iu our local school
The package suggests it.
Your taste confirms it.
The sales prove it.
Over 7 billion sold yearly
LIOOETT te MYERS TOBACCO CO, /
^flowing by thrifty
indreds of bargains
>. We have bough
benefited by our uni
nand for lower price
1>-->LLDE OF BEST QUALITY OF
3TS WEHE IMPORTED FROM
L'ORK OUR BUYER BOUGHT A
UTH FROM 8B.C0 TO 84.00. RE
kT SADE TO ONLY
HE NEWEST PATTERNS
y Trade Elsewhere?
DS FOR LESS."
For the People?
By the People,
With the People.
fjo Preacher Shortage.
Stevens county has u Small but rath-'
er remarkable colored settlement. R
was founded In tho enrly eighties.
Nearly every family lives In Its own
homestead. Their crops of maize,
broomeorn and watermelons never
fall In this favored district. Many of
them are in Independent circum
"How 'many families have you in
the settlement, uncle?" we asked a
venerable old member of the rac?.
"Why. nephew," he replied, "there
are summas about 60."
"You must . have a hard time get
ting preachers," we again ventured,
having JA,, mind the racial love of re
"Deed' we has, sah. There ls only
about 20 preacher regular."-Hugo
"Would you call Mrs. ?JowItt a good
"Yes, and no. She makes you think
of a lot of good things to say, but die
talks so Incessantly you don't get a
chance to say them."
Not Bigger, but Higher.
A small creek ran near the home of
Geneva, three years old. The little
girl was very familiar with the stream.
Ono day she accmnpnnled her parents
on a motor trip to a town that nestled
by the Ohio river. When she returned
a relative was quizzing her about the
size of that stream and, pointing to
the nearby, creek, said:
"Well, the liver's not much bigger
than that, ts it?"
"No, not riiuch bigger," Geneva re
plied, "but It ls higher."
This Story Will Be Continued.
Mrs. A".-I suppose you've heard
what they're saying about Mrs. Daw
kins. Isn't it terrible what low, mean
thoughts some people have?
Mr. A.-Well, happily, tho whole
thing was proved-a Ile.
Mrs. A.--Well, how do you hnowT
fm not so sure about that l
St. Phillp -Founded Oratory.
Tlie memory of St. Philip should be
treasured by nil music lovers, as being j
largely responsible for tho institution
of oratorios, a form of composition om- i
ployed by the greatest of musicians, j
gt. Phillp founded In 1551 the religious ;
order of tho Oratory or praying pince, '
and with tho intention ,of drawing
youths to the church, the old fathers ;
of the Oratory instituted oratorios, |
pieces divided info two pnrts, tho ono ?
performed before, tho other after tin
sermon., Theso early oratorios, which
shortly gained renown, bringing the
Oratory Into repute, ''calt with such
Biblical subjects ns t. J Prodigal Son,
tho Good Samaritan, and Tobit and
. the Angel.
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Delayed Shipment, of ?
(SOO!) 15c. QUALITY-SHOULD
H A VIO ARRIVED LAST WEEK.
Dj order to move this delayed ?ship
ment R wHl go at-Per y ?rd
t which greeted
Lt wisely. The
selfish action in
3s, and to bring
LADIES' BEDROOM SLIPPERS,
$1.50 Value- Tills Week-ond at
AV.o have bought a close-out for
a largo manufacturer -- Regular
$1.75 and $2.00 Values-A Good
Grade--As long ns they last for
PER PA?R?-ALL SIZES. .
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS - $1.50
Value-Relucid to only
PRICED FOR OUR ANNI*
YOUNG MEN'S AND MEN'S SUITS
VE1?SARY SALE FROM
$12.45 10 $27.45
WE HAVE THE, VARIETY, THE SIZES AND THE STYLES-AT
PRICES/WHICH MEAN MONEY SAVED FOR YOU. MANY MEN
WHO FORMERLY WENT OUT OF TOWN FOR THEIR CLOTHES.
ARE NOW BUYING AT HOME. "THERE'S A REASON."
BOYS' DEPARTMENT. .
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF ROYS' SUITS
IN WALHALLA-NEAT IN APPEARANCE, LONG IN WEAJR AND
SHOES and OXFORDS
Ono lot Ladies? Tan Brogue Dross
Shoos-a $5.00 value-for only
Ono lot Women's Tan Vlei Dress
Shoes-Very soft and Flexible,
with Rubber Heels-a real $5.00
for LADIES and MEN
iii all the wanted styles and
remember that they have
been reduced i n our An
Ono lot of Women's Semi-Dress
and Everyday Shoes-Mado of
Hun Motni Leather-A very good
ivearing Shoe-Reduced to only
Ono lot of Ludios' Tan Oxfords
BOYS', GIRLS' AND
Shoes at a fraction of their
real value. You will be sur
prised at the large amount
you save on the children's
shoe bill and all our Shoes
are guaranteed too.
CAPACITY 5.000 BALES.
Storage and Insurance. 30c. per month.
Liberal Cash Advances on Stored Cotton*
Interest Rate, 6 Per Cent Per Annum on all
G. W. GIGNILLIAT, President.
We have a full line of High Class Silverware
Every piece carries a 20-year Replacement Guarantee,
backed by us.
Our line of Aluminum and Enamel Ware is
complete, and we are going to give 20 per , ctnt dis
count off on these foods FOR TWO WEEKS
ONLY, BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1st. ?
Our Stores ?re headquarters for Cook Stoves,
Ranges, Dishes, Brooms, Mops, all kinds of House
Brushes and Cleaning Material O-Cedar Polish,
Johnson's Polish and Wax.
Come in, LADIES! This is your store, and we
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.
Whitrnire-Marett Hdw. Co.
WESTMINSTER ' . WALHALLA
(Phone No. 80.) . (Phone No. ll.)