"TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FALLOW AS THE MCHffi
By Steck, Shclur HugliM & Shclor.
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNj
We have the largest and best
selected line of Ladies' Men's;
Boys' and Girls' Sweaters we
have ever carried at the right
price. It will pay you to See
them before buying.
C. Wa & J. E. Bauknight,
WALHALLA, S. C. *
IT PAYS TO BUY FOR CASH. ?
Wagons, Buggies, Harness
Barb Wire, Hog and Chicken
Wire, Doors, Windows, Lime,
Cement, Brick, Cedar Shingles,
Metal Shingles, Composition ?<
FARM IMPLEMENTS. PAINTS and OILS.
-See the Above to go at Right Prices.
H. K. NIMMONS,
i SENECA, S. C. j
Sale of Hosier?
DIRECT TO THE PUBLIC. 0
Ladies" Full Fashion Silk Hose.
from Now Until Further Notice, from
9 to 4 O'clocK.-(Saturdays 9 to 12.)
One-Half of What You Arc Now Paying.
Sale at Our Mill.
MEWRICJ?; HOSIERY MIIJ?BJ
Walhalla, S. C.
Highest Market Price Paid for 0<
Also have ample warehouse facilities tor
storing cotton. See me if you want to
cither sell or store.
Office in Moss du Ansel's Store.
BAYLIS W. HARRISON,
Walhalla, S. C.
Sept. 27, ?920.-39-tf.
OCONI?15 MUST PUSH EXPORT'
Corporation--People Must Not De
peiul on Outside Help.
I am in receipt of the following
telegram from Hon. Richard I. Man
ning, who is chairman of the Ameri
can, Products Export and Import Cor
poration, which corporation has for
its great object the exportation of
cotton tb Europe: .
?. . jw- ? .' ;.
"impress upon people necessity
for large Stojjjc subscriptions; out
side help, impossible; we must help
ourselves or go down together. For
mation of corporation seems only
\ hope, and this is the unanimous
judgment of the best business men J
and farmers throughout the State?
. See editorial State 21st. . ' ' >.v
"Richard I. Manning."
What are WE going to do about it?
No one else is going to fight our bat
tles for us. Give stock to the.corpo-ij
ration, and GIVE QUICKLY or it
will be too late. ' ?f we do not help
ourselves, then upon our own heads
rests the blame, for then we do not
The other counties are doing nb*
bly. Will you let Ocoh.ee lag behind?
I hope not. See your district commit
tee at once about taking stock liber
ally in cash, Liberty Bonds or cotton.. |
Stop moaning and do something!
Committees are as follows:
Seneca-J. J. Ballenger, chairman;
J. f. Byar, A. H. Ellison.
Walhalla-W. M. Brown, chair
man; .L U. S. Dendy, fi. R. Briggs.
Westminster-M. Lr. Jones, chair
man; Dr. J. H. Johns, J. H. Barnett]
NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT ?jH
what you do is to count for anything^,
Geo. R. Briggs, County Agent.' ,;
News Items from Little River. T
Little River, Cet. 21. - Special*',
The farmers of this section are enr
joying a few weeks^of. fine .weather,/
and they are sure busy harvesting^
Miss Ada Holden's health seems;
to be iin^.'oving, and she. ls spending^
a few days with her sister, Mrs. N; Pig!
Whitten, of Salem. We .hope'she will*
soon bo enjoying perfect.health.
The Smelters} BOHOQV v&$*?gre8sihg;
nicely now, af te* ?; f?wV^??ks pf va-ti
cation for the .seap?i? ^6^?usb: work
on tho farms. \ .?0sf?.''.,,<'>*
Mis? Della1 'P^m*'^0^^^'. hy.
Elisha P. HoMen left last week
for the Base Ljspital at Greenville,
where lie will have special treatment
for injuries received during the time
he was in the military service over
seas. Mr. Holden bas been out of
the servce for some time, but has not
been able to work since be was dis
Oscar Wlglngton and C. D. Perry
attended tho second reunion of the
"Old Hickory" Division at Asheville
Sept. 28-29. They report a nice time
and bad the pleasure of meeting a
number of their old friends and com
Mrs. J. L. Talley Is spending the
week with relatives and friends in
the Wolf Stake section.
. R. Cantrell and others attended
the association meeting at Boone's
Creek recently, and report having on
Joyed themselves immensely-espe
cially at the noon hour.
Andy Perry and several others at
tended the singing convention at
Coneross on the second Sunday.
C. S. Talley made a business trip
to Walhalla recently. He ls one of
our best farmers and always drives
Floyd Barnes, who has been sick
for some time, is able to be out and
among his friends again. We are
glad to see bim up again, and hope
soon to know that be is enjoying his
old-tlmo good health.
Ralph McCall and family, of Da
vidson River, N. C., are spending a
few weeks with tho former's father
in-law. N. P. Bryson.
W. H. Talley and family, of Salem,
were recent visitors in this section.
Rev. Pick Alexander filled his reg
ular appointment last Sunday at Lit
tle River Baptist church, and quite
a good congregation heard a splendid
Misses Ila and Olive Nicholson,
who are attending the Six-Mile Acad
emy, visited homo-folk:, recently.
Former President Craigbead Dead?
Spartanburg, Oct. 2?.-News was
received lier e to-day of the death of
Dr. E. It. Craigbead, formerly profes
sor of Creek at WolYord College, and
later president of Clemson College,
ot Missoula, Mont., where be had
been making bis home for several
Mr. Craigbead left Clemson Col
lege to become president of Tulane
University, New Orleans, and later
wont to tho University of Montana
as president. Ho was the author of
a number of books and had boen
prominent In educational work for
years. He was a native of Montana.
Evening Singing nt Sooth Union.
There will be an evening singing
at south Union next Sunday evening,
Oct. 31st, at 2 o'clock. All good sing
ers and lovers of music are Invited to
attend. J. E. Karr.
The even distribution of weight in the Samson Truck assures
tire economy and jwl economy ot all tim&s< - Jj
We haye just received our first shipments of
Bott* in 1 1-4 and 3-4 ton capacity.
? mm %w
These Truck's are radically different from anything that has ever been
offered; in this country.. They have 33 per cehfvmore loading space
than ij!ny^h,er .truck of thc same capacity* When a Samson is loaded
ive a chance, to see
5,712,057 HAIJES COTTON ?INNED
To Oct. 18-782,1)5:t Huies In Excess
of (linnings Snme Date Last Year.
Washington, Oct. 25.-The gov
ernment cotton ginning report to-day
showed a total of 5,712,057 bales
ginned prior to Oct. 18, and indicated
that the sporadic attempts through
tho cotton belt to keep gins closed
until the price of cotton advanced to
higher levels had had little effect.
Ginnings this year aggregate 782,
953 bales more than the quantity
ginned to Oct. 18 last year, when the
crop was 794,000 bales smaller than
that forecast for this year.
On the government's forecast of a
crop of 12,123,000 hales this year,
tho ginnings to Oct. 18 appeared to
be about 47.1 per cent of the total.
This is a higher percentage than was
ginned last year to Oct. 18, which
was 43.5 per cent, but lower than the
average of 48.9 for tho last eighteen
Cotton ginned prior to Oct. 18
amounted to r>,712,0f>7 running bales
including 138,554 round bales, 14,
Big "Family" Reuni?
Oil icers* and Teacher
Mass Meeting (All D
Big Rally Day Progri
at Sunday Sch
312 bales of American-Egyptian and
340 bales of Sea Island.
Ginnings last year to Oct. 18 were
4,029,104 running bales, including
55,555 round bales, 8,890 bales of
American-Egyptian and 1,792 babs
of Sea Island.
Ginnings tbis year to Oct. 18, by
California ... .... 13,914
Missouri . 13,573
North Carolina. 101,263
South Carolina. 064,159
Tennessee. 5 3,519
All other States .... 1,210
Baptizing at Earle's Ford.
There will be a baptizing at Earle's
Ford, on the main road loading to
Clayton, Ga., next Sunday morning,
Oct. 31, at 10 o'clock.
?f S? C?
n and Church Social,
epartmcnts of Church.}
im in Sunday School.
ool, Nov. 14.
SIX AND HALE MILLION DOLLARS
Taxable Property in Oconee for 1020.
Some Figure* from Auditor,
Auditor D. A. Smith baa given out
Borne very interesting figuro? con
cerning tho taxable property of our
county, which, for 1920, totals up to
$6,687,070. The figures are given
out by townships, and .besides tho
information as to value of property,
tho number of taxable polls and tho
number of dogs returned for taxation
are shown. In Seneca township tho
town of Seneca ls Included; In Tugo
loo township the town of Westmin
ster is includod, and in Wagoner tho
towns of Walhalla and West Union
are includod. Tho statement as given
out by Auditor Smith Is as follows;
1920. Polls. Dogs.
Center .$ 814,295 j 820
Chattooga .. 88,6f)0 | 95
Koowee .... 430,440 ! 538
Pulaski _ 85,710 j 85
Seneca . 2,316,850 ?1013
Tugaloo . . . 1,521,505 . 775
Wagoner .. . 1,284,310 84 3
Whitewater . 1 4 5,220 70
Total ... .$6,087,070 | 4259 ? 2300
Arrest in McMahon ("ase.
ridgefield, S. C., Oct. 25.-A. A.
Edmonds, County Suporvisor-elect
of Ulis county, bas been arrested,
charged with being implicated in tho
alleged boating of Peter McMahon,
of Yonkers, N. Y., who claims that
he wa.s attacked by several men near
Trenton recently. McMahon claims
that tho alleged beating was admin
istered because he endeavored to as
sist a youngwoman of Aiken in a
settlement which involved a division
of her fathor's estate. Edmonds ha?
been released on bond, and lt Is ru
mored that otl?er arrests may be ex
pected boro In connection with tho
charge The arrest resulted from tho
efforts of Govornor Cooper to have
tho entire matter thoroughly Investi
Meeting Oconoo School Trustees.
There will bo a mooting of tho
school trustees of Oconoo county at
Walhalla on Frlday'noxt, October 29,
at 10 o'clock a. m. Important busi
ness demands that every trustoo bo
present. L, C. Spearos,
Superintendent of Education.
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