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People's I
The REX/
(Small advertisements under
this heading Inserted at rate of
ono cent a word per insertion.
Four insertions for price of
three.) s
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for 1>ss than
16 cents, ono Insertion.)
WA H NI NO!-Xo hunting or tres
passing on lands of tho undersigned.
.1. A. BURTON, Walhalla, S. C. -IS*
WANTEOi-Wo are in thc market
to buy Rood, clean Peas. H. C. MAR
ETT & SON. Westminster, S. C. 40-tf1
WANTED-Corn.-Will pay $1.01
per bushel. WEST UNION FLOUR
MILL, West Union, S C 4 4-17*_
MONEY TO liOAN on Improved
Farm Landa. R. E. li HUCK, Plek
ens, S. C. 26-tf
FOR SALE - Baby Carriage, al
most now. For in forma lion apply at
NOTICE.-Closing Out My Slock
of Goods nt Cost.-Also Gasoline at
23c. per gallon. G. B. GILLESPIE,
Walhalla, S. C._-10-:?0*
FOR SALE-Several Mules and
Horses. Prices right. Would trade
for cattle. W. J. SCHRODEU. Wal
halla, S. C._44-tf
WANTED-Chickens, Beef Hides,
Turkeys and Eggs, at once. Market
some higher. R. D. O ELK IO RS, The
Up-town Dealer, Walhalla, S. C. P.)
LOST-Tan Dog with black back.
Answers to name of "Rowdy." Find
er communicate with .1. w. SMITH.
Walhalla, S. C., and get reward. -?*
NOTICE.-Tho Keoweo Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. We
will nppreclato your business.
and make- it profitable, I offer for
salo 25 Celts. Shoats and Pigs. Can
make hogs Tor late killing. W. D.
MOSS, Walhalla, S. C. IT-tf
FOR SALE-Two yokes of well
trained Steers for Sawmilllng, weigh
ing from 2,000 to 2,200 pounds each.
Terms easy. E. C. MARETT & SON',
Westminster, S. C. -IG-io
WANTED-Hy an Experienced
Young Man-Position as Clerk in a
store. Will consider anything rea
sonable. Hood rcforonce. Address
..(;.,.. Box ;:,N7, Walhalla, s. C. ls *
FOR SALE <>H RENT-Ten-room
Residence, suitable ?'or hoarding
house. Corner Tugaloo nnd Mauldln
Strools. For partlcultirs apply to
C. F. IIETRICK, Walhalla, S. C. tf
WA N'THI) - Dogwood - We pay
$10.00 per cord for Dogwood at
Westminster. CAROLINA HARD
WOOD I'D. See .1. S. Price for speci
fications etc. ll- 17* - if
FOI! SA lill-one Electric Pump
ing Outfit; consists ol' Electric Motor
and Steel lower and Tank, For par
ticulars apply to J. L. MARETT, Sen
eca, S. C. 11-17
WANTED-Lowest Did on Sa wini?
Lumber, true to hill. Farm north ol'
Walhalla. The right to reject any
and all bids Is reserved. Mail bids to
.T. D. QR ENS! I AW, 12 10 Mass. Ave.,
X. \\'., Washington, D. C. is*
LOST -- Saturday, 18th, between
Dr. Sloan's residence and I'ostoflice,
Light niue Parker Fountain Pen.
Finder please return '.o DU. SLOAN
or Hell's Drug store ?md re?oive re
ward. ? 17
.. I will e.- glad ti> ligure with any
l" rson v. ho may havo Building Work
tv) rio. Will bid 6n any work, largo
or small. VV it DODD, Box 3 11,Wal
halla, S C. ! G-1 0
Hankers' Koscrvc System r.'; Loans
may be peen rod on city or farm prop
erty, to buy, build, improve or pay
indebtedness. BANK IO RS' lt ESE R VE
DEPOSIT CO., IG is California St.,
1 ?en ver, Colo. I
WANTED-A good, quiet. Middle
aged Won,.,n or nice Girl to live in
house with ino, or Coupio to culti
vate 12 ?o res of frosh land; part bot
tom. Com? opportunity for ri{;ht par
ty with good reference. MRS. W D
SCIIMID. Walhalla,S.C.. Rt. I. 17
NOTICE-This is to notify tho
public that my boy, ANSEL FRICKS
who ls nadi r age, has loft my home
without, my consent, and anyone hir
ing or harboring him will bo prose
cuted lo tho fullest extent of the law
J. 14. FRICKS, Wost I nion. 10*
.Mauldln street, Walhalla, s. c.
Sacrament of Penance. . . 0.30 a. m
Muss and Sermon.10.00 a. m!
Rev. Timothy J. McGrath, Rector,
St. Joseph's Church,
East Earle and North McDutllo Sis
Anderson, S. C.
r Faith in
?. ?LL Store.
I* .** *I* ^I* *I* *I* *t* .J" *?"*I* *1* *!* 'I* *I* *I* "1* *I* .?* *I*
?J? ty ty ty ty ty ty tyty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty?
- Pass a good thing along. I have
several prospective purchasers of our
pumping systems. Place a just, closo
price on ontflt. Let's sell 'em. W. F,
Milnm, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.*
-For a quality rango at moderato
cost, hay a Colo's Down-Draft rango.
lt has no equal for tho price. Sold
hy Balienger Hardware Co., Seneca,
S. C. See Tulv. elsewhere.
I " -'Plenty of hard brick for imme
diate delivery. Arthur Brown. Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-17-18.
-There will be services nt St.
John's Episcopal church, Walhalla,
[noxt Sunday. Nov. 26th, at ll a. m.
Members of other denominations
cordially welcomed to all Services.
-Tho Ladies' Missionary Society
of St. John's Lutheran church will
hold a cake and candy sale on Wed
nesday next. Nov. 29th, at 10.'iO a.
m., at tho Cas h Grocery Store.
-What could be nicer than a new
pair of Walkovers for Thanksgiv
ing? Tho People's Dept. Store. "Hot
ter goods for less." Home of Walk
over shoos.-adv.
- Mrs. H. C. Russell and lillie
daughter. Geraldine, of Ozark, Ark.
are visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. D. Boll. Mrs. Russell ls a
?sister of Mrs. Bell. She was met in
'Atlanta hy Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Bell
and Mrs. Wm."Bell.
! -Candlesticks, electric lamps,
leather goods, toilet articles, ala-?
ttonery, jewelry, silver, baskets, How
ers, dolls, toys, fountain pens and
fireworks. The best goods for the
best price at Bell's Drug Store. Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
-There aro many in this section
who will he interested t? know thal
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lovell, of Clin
ton, Iowa, are wintering in the South
again, they having recently gone to
Braden town,1 Fla., for tho winter
months. They generally come to
Walhalla for a short stay each spring
on their return to their lowadiome.
-Ladies' Hosiery.-We are now
showing all tho latest shades in Ca
det hosiery for women? None better.
The People's Dept. Store, Main St..
Walhalla. "Better goods for less.'*
Agents for Cadet hosiery.-adv.
-1. W. Henry, of Whetstone, pre
sented to The Courier office last week
two samples of his garden turnips.
Thy are of'the Puple Top valoty, nnd
tho two weighed 12% pounds. Mr.
Henry has four rows of these Turnips
in his garden and estimates that ho
will gather about 10 bushels. The
turnips aro of excellent quality.
- -Wanted-All your chickens and
eggs. Highest cash prices paid. At
.Smith's Market, Walhalla.-adv.
-Louis Puckhaber, of Charleston,
arrived in Walhalla last Thursday
afternoon ai ;'. o'clock, having como
through tho country ia his Fo/d ear,
bringing wii'.i him Mr. a Od Mrs. Hen
ry Meyers and their little son and
daughter, who will spend a short
while in Walhalla with relatives and
friends. Mrs. Meyers is pleasantly
rc Ul cm ho red here as Miss Sophie
Puckhaber. The party left Charles
ton ;ii 12.30 a. m., making tho trip
by ii o'clock in the afternoon. Louis
Puckhaber and his mother, Mrs. Lena
Puckhaber, will leave to-morrow for
Chnrjcslon, where they will be until
the early summer months of 1923.
-Plenty of ir? per cent acid for
all now; $16.25. W. M. Brown, Wal
halla. S. C.- adv.-13-tf.
-Tho last football gamo of tho
season in Ocoueo county will take
place on tho Walhalla gridiron on
November 24th at 3.30 P. m., when
the Seneca High School team will
meet tho Walhalla 111 in battle array.
Our people are urged to attend this
game and root for our team, and the
poople of Seneca aro urged with the
same insistence to be present and to
give their boys the best they have
gol in friendly urging on to their
bosi efforts, .'he rivalry between the
two tenus is kemi, but friendly. Tho
Walhalla boys ll a Mo been doing well
this season. Lot the Walhalla people
lum out at this lard game and help
them lo another victo''' ''"ho price
of admission will be: Adults 25c.
children 15c,
-Thoroughbred Poland-China pigs
now ready for delivery. Price right.
Arthur Brown. Walhalla, S. C.--adv.
- An unusually good program is
offered by the Star Theatre, Seneca,
for the balance ol' this week and tho
first of next week -?-Thursday. Nov.
ii:'., Dustin Purumu in "Strango
Idols," and a two-reel comedy; Fri
day, dainty Consta nco Binny in "Sho
Walks In Her Sleep," adapted from
tho famous play "The Sleep Walker,"
which was a Broadway success about
a year ago. also l'allie News; Satur
day,* Itu h Boland in "Tho Timber
Queen," Charles Hutchison In 'Speed'
and a five-reel Western feature star
ring Al Hart and Jack Mower. Mon
day and Tuosday, Nov. 27 nnd 28.
Richard Barthel moss in "Experi
ence." Tills is a wonderful produc
tion and cannot fail to pienso the
most exacting.
-I liavo several good second-hand
one and two-horso wagons, cheap for
cash or terms. Arthur Brown, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-17-48.
-Our last gin day will bo on Fri-:
day, Nov. 25th. West Union Oil Mill.
-adv. I
-Mrs. Sidney Ballengor pleasant-1
ly entertained the rook club Tuesday
of lo?t week.
-M i ss Julia Maxwell ls spondlng
some timo in Greenville visiting hor
sister. Mrs. J. W. Nix.
-Plenty ot 16 per cent acid for!
nil now; $16.25. W. M. Brown, Wal- j
halla, S. C.-adv.-43-tf.
-Toccoa Kocord, Nov. 16: Mrs. J.
D, Vernor, Jr., of Walhalla, was tho
guest of frlonds boro on Tuesday and
Wodnesday. ?
. * J. IT. Dnrby, Mrs. J. \V.
J. : . us j Eloise Strother and Miss
Janie Harrison spent a short while
In Greonvlllo, having motored over
on a pleasure trip.
-I haye about 12 hoad of mulos,
mares and horses for sale, choap, on
good terms. 1 am goiug out of tho
livestock business and you can buy
theso at a bargain. Arthur Brown,
Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-47-lS.
-Strayed or Stolen - From my
spring' a fow days ago, ono twolve
gollon wash pot. Verily, thoso in pos
sion already have their reward. Earle
Simpson, Rt. 1, Walhalla, S. C.
-Mrs. Frank L. Bunker and chil
dren, of Charlotte, N. C., are visiting
nt tho homo of Mrs. Bunker's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Norman. Mrs.
Bunkor has hosts of frlonds hero who
are delighted to meet bor again.
-Just received, a shipment of tho
well known High Point buggies. Call
and got one. (If you ride, ride
right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S.
-G. E. Rhodes spent part of Sat
urday and Sunday in Greenville with
relatives and friends. Ho was accom
panied home Sunday by his brothor,
J. A. Rhodes, and family, who spout
a short while in Walhalla.
-The Walhalla Ginnery will gin
cotton throe days more-Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, Nov. ?'.Ul, 24th
and 25th. Bring on your colton and
get It ginned during thoso dayfi, Wal
halla Ginnery, W. F, Milani, Mana
-Coming Tuesday, Nov. 2 S ttl, tho
"Darktown Sunshine Minstrels," un
der tho auspices of the Civic League,
at the High School Auditorium. Ad
mission, children 20c," adults 35c.
Doors open at 7.30 o'clock, perform
ance begins at S sharp. An attractive
program and a number of specialties',
among thom being a singing by a
quartette composed of Messrs. Dendy
and Grohns, McDonald*?and Ansel;
saxaphone. duet by Mr. and Mrs. Wm,
Bell; a bit of harmony from Hawaii
by tho Cleo Club, and vocal duet by
Messrs. Boll and Dendy.
-Blankets which aro servlcoablo
That of course moans Nashua Wool
nap blankets, which havo been scien
tifically proven warmer than v I
blankets. Tho prices on "Nashua*
are reasonable compared to their use
fulness.' The People's Dept. , Store
"Better goods for les?f," Agents foi
Nashua blankets.--adv.
--The community was shocked bj
the recent death of 'Reuben Olin
Brock, of West Union] who died ai
tho Anderson County Hospital Fri
day. Nov. 3d, after an illness of aboui
three weeks. He. was a member ol
Cant's Grove Baptist, church, havltif
lived in that community for a mun
ber of years. Mr. Brock leaves t(
mourn his death a wife and severa
children, besides a number of'broth
ors and 8ister8, Two of tho brother!
are John sud Ollie Brock, of Seneca
Funeral soi vices were conducted a
Sandy SfiriagS, Anderson county, oi
Saturday, Nov. 4th, by Rev. J. E
Willis. Mr. Broch had made his hom
in West Union only a short time, bu
had made many friends, who sympa
thiJ?o with ihe family in their he
reaventen t.
-Wo invito you to our store V
attend the Christmas opening, begin
ning Nov. I?tli; We have tho mon
beautiful line of gifts and Christina
goods on display in Walhalla, find
tho .prices are right. Boll's Dru
Store.--adv.-i f.
-Three tables of entbuslasti
players constituted tho Congeni;
Book Club, which was entertained 1)
Mrs. James Wilson nt her home o
Main street Friday afternoon las
When, at tho close of a number (
exciting gaines, tho prize was pr<
souled to Mrs. Jack Alexander, sli
was happy to know she was tho bei
player of the afternoon, and sho r<
colved as a reward of ber skill
lovely table runner. A deligbtfi
sweet course was served by tho hos
ess. Those who enjoyed this ha pp
occasion wore Mesdames Arth ll
Brown, Harold Phillips, Jack Ale:
auder. Loyd - Brown, Coqrgo Seht
m?cher and Clyde Brown. Misse
Co'dyo Cram, sara Alexander an
Willie Alexander. Mrs. Goo. Kelli
m?cher will ho hostess to tho oin
on Friday, the 2 1th, at 3.30 o'clocl
'at hor homo on Docatur street.
- 1 havo ?i good six-horso-powr
si ca in engine, complete; ono set <
practically new shingle saws, chen
for cash, or I will swap for shingh
or cattle. Arthur Brown, Walhall
S. C. -adv.-17-18.
-There are many who will regn
to loam Of tho death of B. J. Mood
who dlod at his home nt Salem la
Thursday, Nov. 16th, after a lot
Illness. Mr. Moody had suffered fro
strokes of paralysis and had bet
confined to his homo practically ri
tho Hmo for tho past several year
Ile was a native of Coonee, havir
been born in Ihe Whitewater sooth
75 years ago. Funeral services wo
conducted the day following his pas
lng away by Revs. Abercrombie ai
Jeffcoat, the services being held
the Methodist church. Tho decensi
leaves a wife and six children ai
many other relatives and friends
?mourn his death. Mr. Moody w;
oin- ol' OconOO'S best c zens, a co
sedated Christian, and bis lifo w
as an open hook before his follow
men. Tho bereaved OHOS hnvo tl
sympathy of many friends,
A person who wears Walkov
shoes tmce never will wear any otb
i shoe. Tl;ero must ho a reason. Ju
[come in and try on a pair of Wal
overs and feel "tho dlfferenco." Tl
Peoplo's Dept. Store, Main St., Wu
halla. "Botter goods for loss." Hon
of Walkover shoos, -adv.
.,: v.? i . '.'.-j).y.Vv ?.'. .. .?.! '
^ -Thin-very thin-ice on Tues
day morning,<NoY. 21st. The hm we
have noticed this winter. ,
-Teay Hutchison and John Kauf
man spent several days last week in
Atlanta on business and attending -
the Bottlers' Convention.
-Now is the time to buy buy your
Oliver plows. Get ready for the fall
season. Buy tho Genuino Oliver. W.
M. Brown. Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
Fire recently destroyed thc" house,
in England In which gas lighting was
discovered and ilrst used, and in
which the ilrst steam locomotivo was
-Don't miss tho "Darktown Sun
shino Minstrel Show" at tho High
School Auditorium on Nov. 28, at 8
o'clock. Admission, 20 aud 3Gc.' Un
der auspices Civic 'Loaguo.
-For every one-dollar you spend !
with us you got a chance at tho beau
tiful genuino Madame Hendron Talk
ing Doll, which ls to bo glvon nway
by us to tho ono holding tho lucky
humber on Christmas morning. At
Boll's Drug Storo, Walhalla.-adv.-tf
-Rural Pollcoman W. L. Little
ton's roport on fines collected for the
year from Nov. 1, 19 2-1, to Nov. 1,
19 22, shows thatr his work resulted
in $2,4 38 being turned in to General
Sessions Courtx and Magistrates'
courts. N
-Tho members of tho Walhalla
Baptist Akl Society are arranging a
bazaar for Doc. 1 and 2, and tho
evont will take place in tho display
room of tho Piedmont Auto Co. Tho
ladies of tho Baptist church solicit
your patronage, as they hope to as
sist others, tn getting their presents,
and also lu furnishing' semo of tho
goodies for the glad season of Christ
-Wo will ehargo $3.50 per halo
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. Wo uso 2 and 2 im
pound Jute bagging and whole Hos.
Jute Imgging adds weight and makes"
h neat bale. Westminster Oil and'
Fertilizer Co.-adv.-35-tf.
-There aro many who will read
with interest the announcement of
the engagement of Miss Roxie Reid,
of Woodbury, Ga., to Andrew Gill, of
tho same place. The announcement
of the engagement was- made last
week by the. parents of the brldo-to
be, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Reid,, now
of Woodbury, but formerly of. Wal
halla. Tho wedding will take place
on Dee. 14th at Woodbury. Tho se
lection of tho da Jo for tho marriage
IS tinged with romance, lt hoing the
anniversary of the marriage of tho
young lady's grandmother and mo
ther. Miss Reid is the second daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Reid, who aro so
well known to our people, and she
has' spent her summers boro and at
the Strother homo in West Union for
several years past. Miss Reid is a
young lady of sweet and charming
personality and has mado friends
wherovor sho ls known. Tho groom
holds a responsible position. In the
bank at Woodbury and Is a young
man of starling worth. After a honey
moon of a month tho young people
will bo at home In Woodbury.
-Wo will charge $3.GO per bale
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. We uso 2 to 2 im
pound jute bagging and whole Hos.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Schaeffer Gin Co., West
minster, S. C.-adv.-35.-tf.
-The following interesting item
is taken from a dispatch from Kis
simmeo, Fla., under date of Nov. 14:
"A wedding of much interest/in Kis
Simmee was that of Miss' Ruby Pearl
Cliver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Wiso Oliver, and James A. McCarey,
of Walhalla, S. C., which took placo
at tho homo of the bride's parents
Monday night. The young couple
stood under aft improvised arch o/
Mexican coral vine between tho liv
Irg room ai d dining room, whore l\
very impressive ceremony was per
formed by Rev. J. A. Sutton. Thc
ring ceremony was used. Tho mem
bers of tho family, together with n
few friends, wore the only ones* pres
ent. Tho brido wore an exquisite
dress of white pussy willow silk with
white georgette ovcrblouse', and car
ried a bouquet of violets. Tho young
couple left, immediately by automo
bile for Walhalla, at which place
they will make their futuro home.
Tho brido is a mombdr jot an old
family here in Kissimmeo, was edu
cated at the Osceola high school,
where she took a" vory prominent
part in athletics, and on nccount of
lier charming personality has many
friends .who will wish her much hap
piness. The groom is a young busi
ness man of Walhalla, hoing con
nected with n wholesale grocery
house of that place, and has a host
of frient t who will exton' h fm con
gratulations." The above announce
ment came as a great surprise to the
Walhalla friends of Mr. MoCarey.who
is the youngest son of Mrs. Joe Mc
Carey, of Walhalla. Wo join with
others in extending to him sincere
congratulations, and to tho young
couple every good wish for happi
-"To Rent-Nice olfloo rooms in
garno building in which Bell Tele
phone Co. has Us olllce. on Main St.
Cnn rent you single'Office or suit of
rooms. See me at once if interested.
Very dosi rabio location. W. M.
Brown. Walhalla. S. C.-r.dv.-tf.
Child Dies of Hydrophobia.
Westminster, Nov. "1 7. -? Special:
Thc little five-year-old son of W. H.
Higginbotham, who lives two miles
below Westminster, died last night
from hydrophobia. Tho chill. Har
nett Higginbotham, was bitten by a
mad dog on tho 15th of October just
past, and fears havo boon entertained
ever sinco ns to tho child's condition
and for tho ultimate results. Tho
child and the dog"s head wore taken
at once to Columbia, wboro ail exam
ination was made and tho dog declar
ed to havo boon rabid. Tho little
boy was glvon tho Pastour trontment.
but its effects wore novor vory mark
ed 'in his ense, and ho was novor en
tirely normal again. About forty
eight hours boforo his death sorlous
symptoms began to dovolop, and ho
went into convulsions, which finally
terminated in his death. Tlloro are
hosts of friends of tho family In I h's
section who sympnfthlzo dooply with
them in their groat sorrow.
UNDER, THE CARPET, in tho teapot, behind tho clock-non?
of those places mo safo hiding spots for inonoy, ns is attested hy
nows Items that ono sees frequently in tn? (hilly papers.
RODDERS AND SNEAK THIEVES appear to know just whore
to look for tho family hoard that is hidden alumt tho lious/j ,in
stead of being deposited in a bank, whore it would bo safo. V
RESIDES-Hanks pay interest on timo deposits. Put your
money at work for you in our hank, whoiW it will ho safo.
? ( v \
The Enterprise Bank,
alhal&a, S. C.
That's all wc need to tell you. New Fall Styles
With the distinctive mark? and the good, old-rock
bottom Stetson Quality.
4 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 St.et.son Hats.
What One Gallon of Kerosene
a "Z" Engine
Let us tell you about
these many big
advantage? :
1- Economically uKon kero
ocno as well aa gasoline.
2- High tonslon magneto
eliminates batteries and
.bnttcry troubles - gives
hot spark, quick starting.
fl-Throttling governor as?
eures steady speed and
closo speed regulation.
4- Suctlon fuel food-no
pump - simple and posi
5- Convenient speed con
troller gives change ol
opoed v/tille ongine la'
6- Renewable die-cast bear
7- Positivo lubrication.
6-Automatto In operation,
requiring but little at
tendance-easily started.
0.--Fairbanks-Morse quality
Do for You
Do you realize how much
work the "Z" engine will
do at the low cost of
one gallon of kerosene ?
It will pump 10,000 gallons of
water for your stock, for your
home, for fire protection.
It will light 10 20-watt, 16
candle power lamps for 15 hours
from your light plant
It will grind 40 bushels of'feed
to fatten your stock.
It will saw over 5 cords of wood
for you.
It wft run your churn-cream
separator-milking machine.
It will operate your family
washing maohijje-your grind
stone, corn sheller, clover huller,
shredder, hay baler and other
machines, about the farm.
Over 300,000 "Z" engines have
been bought by farmers every
where. Thtey saved labor
got more work done. The many
big advantages of the "Z" were
convincingly demonstrated to
these farmers before they
Note those features at the left
and then you, too, come in and
see the "Z."
\y2 H.P.$ 67.00
3 H.P..... 115.00
6 H.P. 187.00
Ali f. o. b. factory; add freight to destination
Ballenger Hardware Co.
Seneca, S. C. \
Of English invention is an nloctrlc bead to a high tomperaturd to on*
dovlco to heat the top of a person's courago tho growth of hair.
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