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> MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 2G-tf
STRAYER-Black Hound Dog; an
swers lo name of "Krank." lt o ward
if returned to NORMAN RIDLEY,
Wost I nion, S. C. I'M I*
HEMSTITCHING. - Have your
Fall Dresses, Lingerie and Linen lln
Ishod with Hemstitching. | Mrs. M.
Puckhnbor, AVAHADLA, S. C. 42*
... W A R N 1 N (J !-No Hunting, no
Trespassing on Lauds of tho under
signed: /. D. CRENS11AW, W. O.
WHITE._ . 4 0-4?
FOR SALE-Ono hundred bushels
Fulghum Seed Oats; homo raised;
guaranteed pure. Also, Pigs for salo.
W. D. MOSS, Walhalla, S. C. 3 2-tf
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FOB SALE -- Ford Touring Car,
1020 Model, with starter; new bat
tery, now tires, good paint. Cheap.
Address T. E. HOLCOMBE, West
minster, S. C._11 *
FOR BENT - Several Two-horse
Farms und three One-horse Farms.
Within three miles of Walhalla. For
particulars soo or write MKS. W. C.
WESTER, Walhalla, S.C., Rt.il. II?
MONEY TO LOAN on improved
farm lands in Oconeo county. Loans
to run for live years nt t> per cent.
N. li. FANT, Insurance Agent, Wal
halla, s. c. _ as-tf
FOR RENT-3-horso Farm, three
miles from Walhalla. Coed land for
corn and cotton and small grain. For
particulars write or see J, D. 1S
BELL, Walhalla, S. C. 35-tf
FOR SALE-one Lol on Chestnut
street, 00 foot front; ',) Mahogany
Rockers, _ Mahogany Tnblos, I Hall
Stand. All ?it a bargain. Apply to
MKS. JOHN P. HUTCHISON, Main
St., Walhalla, S. C. 11
FOR SALE Ol' Trude-One Olds
mobile 'louling Car; repainted; new
top; in hes! condition, Take Ford or
cotton us part payment. A bargain
for cash. W. B. DELL, Walhalla, S.
C. 4 0
MEAL FOR SEED.-We are now
trading Meal for Cotton Seed, pound
for pound. Offer subject to with
drawal at any time, so get yours now
while the offer holds good. WEST
MINSTER OIL ic FERTILIZER CO.,
Westminster, S. C. 41-42
FOR BENT-A Karin above Wal
halla, on National Highway. Kino
land, .">') or 60 acres bottom land;
good bouse; linc pasturo; graded
school half mile. Reliable parties
only. Address P. O. Box 27_'. Wal
halla, S. C. 40-13*
IXUI STKIOI S MEN and Women
wanted to retail the genuine Wat
kins Products in city territories. Ex
ceptional opportunity to Ile up with
Ibo oldest nml largest company of
Its kind. Our hustlers' a vor a ge in
come is ?J l. l 0 an hour. Are you do
ing as woll? if not, write to-day for
freo samples and particulars, THE I
.1. lt. WATKINS CO., Dept. SI, New,
York, N ,Y . 10-43*
When you ren(
And when von
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PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE AND LE
STROTHER BANK BLDG
its for thc sate of
:andiesin the land,
i?irect to us from
.IIA lt MACY",
Lt S. C.
PRICE FOR (M T., 1022. - Hens
17c., Frys 2 0c.., Hides 7c. Lb. Don't
sell for less. My expenses are small,
therefore I pay boat prices. See mo.
BROWNLOW O ELKE RS, Walhalla,
S. C. ll*
MEAL FOR SEED.-We are now
trading Meal for Cotton Seed, pound
for pound. Offer subject to with
drawal nt any time, so get yoursnow
while tho offer holds good. WEST
MINSTER OIL & FERTILIZER CO.,
Westminster, S. C. '11-12
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Muiildin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES OX THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Pena nco.. . !>.::n II. m.
Mass and Sermon.IO.On a, m.
Rev. Timothy J. McGrath, Kei lor,
st. Joseph's Church,
Fast Karie and, North McDufllo Sis.
Anderson, S. C.
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?J? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4.
--See us for guns and ammunition.
Our stock is complete. J. H. Alley,
Wost Union, S. C.-udV.-41-44.
- -A. P. Fant, of Anderson, was tho
guest of his brother, X. L. Fant, and
family for a' short while last week.
--For Sale-Acid phosphate, 16
per cent; just arrived. West Union
Oil Mill-adv.-4 l.
- Mrs. Hertha Shelor and little
daughter. Mildred, left last Sunday
for Charleston, where they will be
for two weeks visiting relatives.
-Special-If you fail to visit our
grocery storo Oct. 14th you will not
get your share of Gold Dust. Mitch
ell & Reeder,Westminster, S.e.-adv
-Superintendent of Education L.
C. Spearos loft yesterday for Colum
bia, where he is attending a meeting
of the Superintendents of Education
of this State. Mr. Spearos will be ab
sent from his oflice until Saturday.
-y-Shoes - Shoes! - More of 'em
than Carter had oats. See us- for
shoes, and renie m ber: "We trade you
service tor business." J.H. Alley,West
I nion, S. C.-adv.-4 1-44.
.-Don't fail to see the play at the
Auditorium Friday night, Oct. 13th.
You will regret) it if you do. Under
tho auspices of tho Civic League. Ad
mission, adults 30c, all school chil
- If you fail to see our stock of
millinery yon fail to see the best line
at the least price. Mitchell ?fe Reeder,
Westminster, S. C.-adv.-3S-41.
- Mrs. T. ll. 11 uglis is expected to
return to Walhalla ibis week, after
spending a week at Dr. Tyler's Hos
pital In Greenville. Her many friends
will be glad to learn that she is re
covering so rapidly.
- Flowers for all occasions ht
nell's Drug Store, agents for Pant's
Greenhouse, Anderson, s. C. Hi'gn
class lunera! work a specialty.-au?
- Neill Macaulay, of Columbia,
spent a few days In Walhalla last
week on bis way to Atlanta, where
he has entered tho Southern Dental
College. His numerous friends hero
were pleased lo meet him again.
- -Cold weather is hero and re
minds us of the old reliable "lianes"
underwear, sold by J. H. Alley, West
I nion, S. C.- adv.- I 1 - I I.
-Miss Pauline Hughs, who has
been spending some time In High
lands, is visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. M. T. Hughs, and among
other relativos and friends in Wal
halla, she will return to North Car
? of sickness'.? monthly income.
! of accident, u mont lily income.
? of permanent total disability,
.h old age, a monthly income.
pass away, pays your loved ones
soldent, doubles tho amount.
tow a multiple income policy
o Mutual Life Insurance (Jo. of
best legal organization ?for
if any company in America:'
pay you lo talk this over with
ADING FIRE INSURANCE COS.,
WALHALLA, S. C.
-AU kinda of hoad wear at J. H. '
Alley's, West Union/S. C.-adv.-44.
-Seeing is believing. See "Patty
make Ulinga hum" at the High School
Auditorium Friday night at 7.30. j
-?-McCormick mowing machines
and rakes at lowest pi ices for cash.
W. M ' Brown. Walhalla.--adv.-tf. j
! -"Patty Makes Things Hum," at
the Auditorium Friday night of thia I
j week, at 7.30. Be on time and get a
: good seat. Admission, 30 and 15c. .
-Cokor's Fulgrum oats, one year
from pedigree, screened and graded; j
I? 1.00 per bushel. Texas Red Rust j
j Proof, screened and graded, 7">c. perl
bushel. Marett Farm and'Seed Co.,
Westminster, S. CVf-ad.^SO-tf.
--Wo aro requested To announce
that a special conference will be held
by ibo members of Liberty Baptist
church, at the church, next Sunday,
Oct. 15th, at ll o'clock a. m. livery
member should be prosont, as thor^
nre important propositions lhat de
mand the attention of tho church.
-Sam .Iones said tho only benefit
he over derived from insurance was
sleep. Am not a doctor, but if you
can't sleep at night, you had liefer
seo mo. X. L. Fant, fire and life in
surance, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Married, at tho residence of t,ho
Officiating magistrate, P. A. Brown,
on Sunday, Oct. Sib, Miss Alice New
ton, of Walhalla, and Lawrence Mc
Call, of Newry. The young couple
have the good wishes of numerous
- Special--dot ymir share of freo
Cold Dust at our grocery store next
Saturday. .Mitchell & Reeder, West
minster, S. C.- adv.-i I
-?-On tho afternoon of Oe. 12th,
at 3 o'clock, thc Paul I.Iayne Circle
will entertain the County federation
of Women's Chilis at ibo homo of
Mrs. C. W. Bauknlght, Walhalla. The
prcsidoiil and delegates from each
federated club, and from those clubs
'desiring to join this organization, aro
invited to be present.
-You can save money on .laynes*
al! leather lino of shoes. Walk a
block and save a dollar. "Jaynes cuts
the price and sells the goods."-adv.
- Married, at the residence of W.
.J. Schroder. Clerk of Court, at his
residence on Main street, oh Sunday,
Oct. 1st, Miss Bertie Lawrence, Of
Westminster and B. C. Simpson, also
of Westminster. Th? ceremony was
performed hy Clerk of Court Schro
-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.
-If you are interested in the Wal
halla G rn dod School library and have
any books which you will contribute,
if you will notify Mrs. Jas. Darby,
Mrs. Ooo. Seaborn or Mrs. Chas. W.
Batlknight, they will be called for,
and tho donation will bo greatly ap
preciated by both the children of the
school and the Parent-Teachers' As
-Now ls tho time, to buy buy your
Oliver plows. Oct ready for tho fall
season. Buy tho Genuine Oliver. W.
M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adV.-tf.
- Married, at the home of tho offi
ciating minister, Rev. L.'M. Lyda, in
Walhalla; on Oct. 10th, at ll a. ni.,
Miss Artie Stewart, of Westminster,
and Ceo. T. Landics, of Augusta, Ga.
.Miss Stewart is* a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Stewart, of Oho Toxa
way section of this county and Mr,
I.audios was reared In New York city
and came South oifly a few days ago
to claim, bis beautiful young bride.
The couple" will make their home lu
Augusta, Ga., where Mr. Dandies will
- If yoi* want to save money on
ginghams, outings, canton flannels,
sweaters, etc.. trade at .laynes'. If
you don't wan' to nave money, don't
trade with him. That's fair, isn't it?
Walk a block and save a dollar.
"Jaynes cujs thc price and soils' the
- On last Wednesday evening at
about ,G o'clock Rev. L. M. Lyda was
attacked by bis milk cow, which in
flicted a wound in his side with her
born. Dr. B. F. Sloan was called Im
mediately and he dressed ibo wound,
which was found to be about an inch
in depth and th roo i ire ho s long. Mr.
Lyda is still confined to his bed, but
is doing as well as could bo expected
al this time. Ile hopes to be out in
a short time. His many friends will
he pleased to know that ho escaped
what might have been very serious
-Wo will charge $3.50 per halo
for ginning this season, furnishing
hagging and ties. We ifso 2 to 2 Vis
pound jute bagging and wholo lies.
Jute bagging adds welghl and makes
a neat bale. Schaeffer ti': Co., West
minster, S. C.- -adv.-35.-tf.
- -Patty Makes Things Hum," the
play which will be presented under
the auspices of the Civic League on
Friday night of this week, Oct. 13th,
at tho High School Auditorium, is
calculated to please the lost exact
ing. Don't fail to soc t a is splendid
comedy. Thc entire cast ls made up
Of local talent, and ur'ween nels
there will bo special fea tu ros by some
of Walhalla's talented entertainers
and musicians. Admission; Adults
30c., school children 15c. Tho pro
ceeds will be used in thc purchaso of
a new curtain for the stage.
- For Salo-Will arrive this week
-CoalJ $10.00 per ion at mill. West
Union OH Mill, adv.- li. |
-Mrs. Luther Roach died at her
home nour tho Knitting Mill village
Monday night, after a brief illness,
having boon sick only tbojtt three
d?vs. We understand ti. ? tho cause
of her .catii was typhoid lever. Mrs.
Ro . w s a KUI i 30 ye i ago and
is survived by her lins' i and seve
ral children. There are nany"friends
who will join with us hi . xt?ndli g <<>
tho bereaved ones sympathy In their
-Wo will cha ig" >: i per bale
for ginning this season, furnishing
-bagging and ties. Wi .. " and 'J' -
pound Jule ba-; - -hole lies.
Jute bagg nd ntakos
a neat n 'Ml
I Korti 1 . :
-Seo our line of dresses, coat
suits, ladies' and children's coats.
Walk a block and-save'a dollar.
"Jaynes. cuts the price and sells the
-Married, at the o?llc? of Clerk
of Court, on Oct. 9, Miss Kiste Rich
ardson, of Fair Play, and Townes
Hamey, of Greenville. Tho ceremony
was performed by Deputy Clerk D.
. -Our line o? miiUnory is com
plete, and we would bo glad to have
you call. Mitchell & Reeder, West
minster, S. C.-adv.-38-41.
-T. B. Karlo, of Mariana, Fla,,
was In Walhalla for. n short whilo
last wooli. Mr. Karie will bb in the
^ounty for some time looking after
matters of business. He ls a brother
of J. R. Karlo, Ksq.
-For Sale-Now cotton soed meal
$2.00 por sack; new cotton seed hui's
S0c. per hundred! . \Vo?i. Union Oii
. -Jas. Wilson, manager of Tho Star
Theatre, Walhalla, announces the
reopening of his picture house next
Monday. Oct. 16. Tho opening fea
ture will he "Cod's Country and the
Woman." The picture is taken from
the story hy James Oliver Curwood,
and was ono of the best, sellers. If
you have not seen this picture you
will do well to ihke advantage of this
opportunity. This picture will bd
shown tor two nights-Tuosday as
well as Monday. Mr. Wilson says he
has1 somo splendid pictures boo"ked.
and hopes to have the liberal patron
age of thc public.
-Clothing. - A few of tho bar
gains I have to offer my customers:
Hig lot of odd coats from tino suits,
aUjtwool, all sizes, ai. 7"ic. 'to $3.50.
Dadles' and misses' odd short coats,
all silk and satin lined, at $1.00 ?o
$4.00. I hayo odd skirts to match
these coats at a low pri<&. Men's
overeen;s, men's and boys' pants and
ladies' lopg coats, all at great bar
gains. Dadles' $00.00 and $80.00
coat suits al $5.00 to $10.00. I also
carry a nice lino'of hosiery. R. F.
Sassard. next door to postolllce, Wal
-A complete chango of weather
has come to Walhalla within the past
IS hours. From hot and dusty we
'have entered a period of cool and
muddy. Ono or two light overcoats
have ventured out with men inside
of them, and ibero are sweaters and
wraps galore for tho women. Alto
gether lt ls a happy change from tho
dust-tilled lung typo of weather to
the mud-carrying overshoe kind of
weather. And lt has beeil most il\onk
fully received by the people of Wal
halla. We have heard not a word of
complaint from Walhalla people.
Mud looks mighty good to us now.
-To Rent-Nice olllce rooms in
same building in which Bell Tele
phone Co. has Us olllco, on Main St.
Can rent you single office or suit of
rooms. See me al once if Interested.
Very desirablo location. \V. M.
Brown. Walhalla., S. C.-hdv.-tf.
-The Star Theatre, Seneca, an
nounces for showing at its picture
house the balance of this, week and
the tirst of next the following a it rac
lions: Thursday, Shirley Mason in
"Queenie," and a two-reel Harold
Loyd corned)', "From Hand to
Mouth"; Fridoy, 'Three Live dhosts,'
a solid hour of fun, and Patho News.
The usual Saturday program. West
ern, comedy and tho 12th episode of
"Titi Figl Dug Trail. Monday, Oct.
16, "Night Rose," featuring Lon Cha
ndy, Cullen Dandis and Leal trice
loy, and Aesop's Fables. There will
be no picture on Tuesday on account
of the circus In Seneca.
-Von should see our lino of mil
linery bofore you select your hats for
tho winter. Mitchell ?fe Reeder, West
minster, S. C.- adv.-;;8-li.
- At the regular meeting ol' the
Norton Chapter, I'.D.C., held at tho
home of Mrs. James ll. Darby Mon
day afternoon las:, the following offi
cers were elected for tho ensuing
term: Mrs. Ceo. Seaborn, president;
Mrs. N. L. Fant, vice president; Mrs.
C. W. Bauknlgllt, recording secre
tary; Mrs. .las. M. Moss, correspond
ing secretary; Mrs. J. W. Bell, treas
urer; Mrs. W. D. Moss, registrar;
Miss Lola Kaufmann, historian. The
time for the regular monthly meet
ing has been changed from' thc first
Monday afternoon to the second Mon
day afternoon in each month. "The
chapter has been active and antici
pates additional members at early
-Special-On/So tm day, Oct. 14,
we will give away Go'id Dust at our
grocery store. Come. Mitchell ?fe
Reeder, Westminster, S. C.-adv.-4 1.
-The Dut beran church of Wal
halla will next week entertain the
Woman's Missionary Convention of
the South Carolina Synod. This is
Unite a large body, and tho meinber
ellip of the Dut beran church will he
tillite heavily taxed to entertain all
the dolcgatos attending. H' there aro
Citizens ol' Walhalla, who do not bo
loilg to Die Lutheran church, who
would l?;.c KI entertain any of Hit!
dele;-,.: i es, notice to '.he entertain
ment committee will he appreciated.
Tlie Woman's Missionary Con
vention oi' the South Carolina Luthe
ran Synod will moot in st. John's
church, Walhalla, Tuesday to Fri
day, (n t. 17-20. There will bo 7f> or
Du? delegates in attendance. Tho
Children's Missionary Guild will ren
der a program one evening. There
will be a number of visitors from dif
ferent parts of tho (burch In tho
Smith. Sister Laura Oll?llatid, a re
turned missionary from Africa, will
attend the meetings. Mrs. Willard
1 ?kin. oj' v vv York, will take part,
in the program, as will also several
visitors Dom a distance. Tho congre
gation wishes to lake this opporttl
' ny to extend an invitation to all the
Christian workers in town to attend
al] I lie sessions. Their discussions,
will no doubt helpful and encour
aging io yon. Kepi entativos of the 1
dlf." rent church 1;. es will be pros-j
eni at different times.
Jus! rei i ved. a shipment of the!
Well known High Point buggies. Call,
1 gol on- ( I f ni n, ride I
\'t ? w v r}W '" ' "r* s.
That's all wc need to tell you.^ New Fall Styles
with the distinctive mark, and thc good, old^rock
bottom Stetson Quality?
If you're a regular Stestson customer, of course
you'll want one of the 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
"feeling for, style" is, that the young men talk about.
The Stetson Quality Mark on every Stetson Hats.
C W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
IT IS JUST AS EASY to teach a child thc habit of saving as
it ls to permit it to acquire tho habit of spending. >.
THE TOY HANK may bo used to teach a child tho Value of
saving; and tho 'safety of banking. But parents permit tho child
to use the toy bank ns a toy when very young, and then just at
tho time when they should follow up tho toy bank stugo with a
real b??nk account they give thc matter no further attention.
IT IS UNJUST TO THE CHIJAV. There would bo moro savers
and fewer spenders if parents <lid their duty.
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C.
THE SUCCESSFUL PERSON is the one who
saves systematically. For instance, if you are paid by
thc week, if you save any money you will have to save
by the week, The same theory will apply by the month
or by the year.
and deposit your savings with us. Wc pay a substantial
interest on your savings by agreement.
WE ARE ALWAYS WILLING
TO HELP YOU
I with your financial troubles. Our officers and directors
arc 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
I am in the market for Cotton. Will pay the highest price
and will appreciate your business, See me before selling.
TK 13. 13 A RBY,
Walhalla, S. C. S
_-Office in Thc-Enterprise Bank.