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-Call at Jayues'sfor your stationery.
-Lookout for tho Cash Bargain Store's
now ad. noxt week.
-Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Lawronce
Douthit, August SlBt, 1800, a son.
-C. G. Jaynos will bo pleased to havo
you call and oxamluo his line of station
~Judgo Day nnd family, of Canton,
Ohio, spout yesterday at tho W alhalla
-Sohool supplioB, &o., at tho drug
storo of J. H. Darby's. Hoad his adver
-Tho oftloial report of tho cotton orop
for tho year onding August 81st foots up
-Boforo buying soo our buggies,
wagons, hnrnosB, lnprobos. Wo oavry a
comploto lino. J. ?fe J. S. Carter, West
minster, S. C.
-Mrs. Sohillota Sadler was baptized
as a mombor of tho Holiness church, in
a branch near Mr. Bud Hubbard's, yes
-South Carolina's cotton orop this
past year aggregated 1,012,000 bales and
she manufactured 02,000 halos more than
any other Southern Stato.
-Mrs. C. J. Thompson and childron
returned to their homo in Greenville, s.
C., after spending a mouth visiting tho
family of Col. H. A. Thompson.
-Tho post ofllco department has sub
stituted a now form of monoy order
whioh wont into offoot on last Monday.
It is in tho form of a bank check.
-Mr. W. N. Cochran, of Calhoun, S.
C., wau in Walhalla Wednesday on busi
ness. Ho reports Uno corn orops in
Piokons county. Cotton not so good.
-Health for tou couts. Cascarots
mako tho bowels and kidneys aot natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro headache,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Tho many friends of Sheriff W. W.
MOBB regret to learn of bis sickness for
tho past week. Ho is slowly Improving,
and it is hoped ho may soon bo himself
-Mrs. S. M. Dickson and childron, of
Walhalla, returned homo Sunday even
ing from a pleasant visit to friends and
relatives in Pickens, Groonvillo, Bolton
-Mrs. J. T. M. Riser, of Birmingham,
Ala., accompanied by bor two stop
daughter?, Corinne and Hallie, is visit
ing her mothor, Mrs. J. W. P. Thomp
son, and family.
-Miss Janie Sanders, of Poplar, who
has boon seriously ill with fovor tho
greater part of tho summer, is ablo to
be out again. Her many friends -"vero
glad to seo her out riding Saturday.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. Stuart Lewis and
daughters, Elizabeth and Sarah, of Way
cross, Ga., aro stopping at Mrs. J. C.
Micklor's, in Wost Union, for tho month
-Profs. A. L. Rowland and Charles
LyloB will conduct an all day singing at
Bothlohom Baptist church on tho third
Sunday In tho present mouth (September)
commencing at niuo o'clock a. m.
-Read Craig's advertisement. His
buyer is in New York buying a fall and
winter stock. Ho wants to buy 200,000
shingles and wants to soil syrup barrels
-Miss Ella Komp, of Nashville, Tenn.,
?B visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Smith, of High Falls, and
will spend some timo with thom In tho
hopo of rocuporating hoi- health.
-Tho income tax of this Stato as re
ported by tho Comptroller General does
not show up over $0,000, and half *i
that is paid in Charles!on county, jomo
of tho counties return no incom > tax at
all, Oconoocounty hoing among tho num
-Tho Walhalla High School has enroll
ed 00. Jas. M. Moss, principal ; Miss Hel
en Moss, intermediato teacher ; M bs
Mary E. Swann, primary teachor ; Miss
Aniun Roihlo, a pupil of school, gives
-Married, at tho rosidonoo of Mr. B.
P. Douthit. in Wost Union, 8. C., on
Sunday, Soptombor 3d, 1800, by G. R. D.
Burns, ^Notary Public, Mr. John T.
Thomas and Miss Ii. J. Addis, both of
-Misses Daisy Strong and Mary Stab
ling loft Tuesday for Decatur, Ga., whoro
they will ontor as students in tho AgnoB
Scott Instituto, for tho present scholastic
yoar. This is a high standard female
sohool, and wo fool snro that Walhalla's
bright young ladies will tako a good
position in their collogo classes.
-Wo call attontion onco moro to our
rulo respecting tributes of respect and
obituaries. Romombor wo oh argo ono
cent a word for all over 100 words.
Count your words and noto the coat
when notice is sent in. Wo aro com
pelled to adopt this rulo to provont our
columns hoing flllod with matter that is
of intoroBt to only a fow.
-The groat annual feat of tho dows,
Bosh Hnshonah, or now year, bogan at
sunset on Tuesday and clouos to-day. It
Is tho beginning of tho Jewish year 5000.
' Mr. Ii. Bloom, Walhalla's Ilobrow mer
chant, lins boon obsorving tho feast by
clo .ing up his business on Tuesday and
-You will bo agrcoably surprised in
bringing mo your prescriptions to see
tho caro I tako in tilling them. This is
ono work of tho druggist that must bo
cai el idly attended to, No matter whoso
blank your proscription is writton on,
bring it to mo and havo it filled with tho
fresbost and purest drugs to bo had.
Anything in tho drug lino at Lunney'*.
Souoca, South Carolina.
-Joe Porry alias Joo Bryco died al
his homo In Walhalla on last Monday
morning, 4th instant, aftor a lingoring
illnoss from consumption. Ho was thirty
five yoarB old, and had travolod nearly
all the gaita of a potty criminal. It h
said that while serving a sontenoo in thc
ponltontlary ho contracted tho dlBonni
which resulted in his doath. But his re
oord has boon made up. and ho has gone
to appear boforo a highor court. HU
hotly was buried Tuesday afternoon ai
Plat Rook oomotory,
You aro invited to como lu and ox
amluo my Hub o? Stationery.
You will flud what you In
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
TABLETS-Both Pen and lok.
Also Penoils, Pens and Ink.
O. C*. j ALIST??,
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-Paper, tablets and anything olso you
want iu stationery at Jaynes's.
-Stationery, pons, ponoils, ink, &o.,
for school ohildron, at Boll's drug storo.
-Read tho oard of Dr. W. F. AuBtin.
Ofthio days: Mondays, Fridays and Satur
-Miss Nottio Gibson hos returned
from an extended visit to relatives in
-Poad Carter ft Company's now ad
vortiseniont. Thoy aro offeriug raro and
-Miss Lillie Thompson has returuod
homo after an oxtouded visit to hor sis
tor, Mrs. Riaor, in Birmingham, Ala.
-Mr. Jamos Thompson loft this
morning for a ton days trip to Abbevillo,
S. C., AshoviUo N. C., and othor points,
visiting relative? ?ml friends.
-Mr. and Mrs. Lubs and grand- i
dnughtor, aftor spondiug tho summor lu
Walhalla, havo roturnod to thoir homo
-Miss ?ollo Sign, who hos boon visit
ting hor eenuin, Miss JeBsio Pookhnm,
roturnod to her homo in Abbeville thin
-Tho minstrolsbow, tobogivon by tho
Walhalla Comedy Company oa Septem
ber 15th, has boon postponed until Tues
day, Soptombor UHh, on account of tho
sickness of ono of tho members of tito
-Tho Walhalla Soloct Sohool, taught
by Miss Kalo J. steck, opened on Monday
last with thirty-seven pupils. Tho pros
pects aro bright for another yoar of good
work in tho school room.
-Miss McCullough's sohool oponed
ou Monday with 43 pupils. Sho is ab!y
assisted by Miss Hattie Bollo McCul
lough. Both teachers and pupils havo
mad? a good beginning for another yoar
of hard work.
-It is gratifying to noto tho bright
prospeots for tho throo schools in Wal
halla. Tho fall session opens with a
total enrollment of 170, whioh will proba
bly bo inoroaaod one-third in tho noar
futuro. Thia speaks woll.
-Miss .lessie Peckham will organizo
a miiBio doss next Tuesday, 3optombor
12, and will bo glad to soo anyone, desir
ing musical inst ruction. Miss Peckham
studied undor Prof. Howard, of tho
Boston Conservatory of Music.
-Mr. T. A. Smith is attending tho
Walhalla High Sohool. Mr, Smith has
boon teaching in thia county and expects
to continuo lils teaching aftor a session
in school boro. Wo wolcomo him to our
town and hopo that ho will spend his
timo both pleasantly and profitably.
NEW GRASS SEEDS.
CLOVER, LAWN, ORCHARD,
KENUTCKY BLUE GRASS SEEDS.
-All Varieties of
Clovor Charley Mayhew.
Col. Charles H. Mayhew, tao clovor
tombstono man, is in town for a fow
wooka, stopping at tho Walhalla Hotel.
Ho will place some monuments while
boro. Tho last timo ho was horo ho hap
pened to sovornl painful accidents and
loft town "undor tho woatbor." Ho
now Bays ho feels like a two-year old in
a barley patch.
An Instructive and Entertaining Proaohor.
Rov. Carlyle Branyon, of Hartwoll,
Georgia, lilied tho pulpit of tho Walhalla
Baptist church last Sunday morning nnd
ovoning. Ho is nu instructivo and en
tertaining proaohor-ono that looks at
religion in a practical and common sonso
way. Mr. Branyon is a proaohor who
will oxorciso an inlluonoo for good whor
ovor ho gooB. Ilia sermons striko nt
ovil and commends that which is good.
Thoy aro auch as direct tho Ufo in tho
way of holiness and riglitoonsnoss.
He will fill tho pulpit of this ohuroh
on tho 17th instant. Wo trust ho will bo
greeted with a largo congregation.
Our old and muoh rospcotod follow
citizon, Mr. Carson Wondclkln, living
in tho upp* i' part of Walhalla, met with
a sorious, and perhaps fatal, accident, on
last Friday nighl at his homo. He had
occasion to walk out in his yard after
dark and ran against a plank or plooo of
lumber which caused him to fall, break
ing or dislocating his loft log or hip. His
sufferings by tho aceidont havo boon inj
tenso and ids condition lias boon seri
ous, affecting bis mind greatly. On yes
terday (Wednesday) ho appoarod ra
tional at times and hopes sro ontortainod
that lie may ho able to pull through. Ho
will, in all probability, bo a cripple tho
balance of his lifo. Wo hopo for bis
Doath of Mr. Jacob Busch.
Wo regret to chroniclo tho doath of
Mr. Jacob Busch, which occurrod at his
home, near Walhalla, on tho (list instant.
Mr. Busch waa In his 8M year, having
boon born in Eborsdorf, Kingdom of llan
over, Gormany, April 20th, 1817. He
was ono of the original Bottlers who carno
to Walhalla in.1850, of whom thoro aro
about threo living. He was married to
Miss Rebecca Sohrodor in 1850 who, with
i I lo ee, nona and four daughters, survives.
On Sunday morning, aftor appropriate
funora) can vices, his romains woro laid to
rest in tho comotory of St. John's Lathe?
ran eli inch nt this placo. Ho was a con
sistent member of this ohuroh. To tho
r family and rolatlvos of tho dcooasod aro
oxtended tho sympathies of* many
, friends. Vorily, our old and honored
. Gorman citizens aro passing away.
ft Flve-Fatiflod RnUlosnak?. [';'??'Y:;'. 'Wf-'
Mr. Jos. N. NJoltolsoh on tho last doy
Of August killed r? ; rattlesnake hoar ld?
homo on tb* banka of Whl^wster river.
It measured four toot aud two Inobts
loug, and had flvo fangs, throe on ouo
side and two on tho other. TIIIB ia said
to be very unusual. As a rulo rattle
snakes hayo'two fangs, a few have'four,
but Mr. Nioholaon flay? he novor beforo
?aw ono with five fango.
Prof. Macaulay Going to North Carolina.
Prof. Neill W. Macaulay has ro?ontly
been eleoted Principal of the Nowell High
School, lu Meoklo?burg county^ North
Carolina, .six miles boyond Charlotte.
Thia is a largo school, employing a prin
oipal and four assistants. Prof. Macaulay
leave? to-day for bis now hold of labor,
but he oxpeets to retain bia interests in
Goonoo aud return boro noxt spring to
spend tho Bummer months.'. Prof. Macau
lay is a toaohor of large oxporionoo, hav
ing boen In charge of sovoral schools,
and tho poople of Nowoll aro to bo con
gratulated on seen ring his sorvioos. His
roany South Carolina friends wish him
much Buoooss in tho "Tar neel" Stace.
Death pl Aged Lady.
Diccl, at bor homo, pear Wost Union,
8. C., Tuesday evening, September 6th,
1899, Mrs. Margarot I. Gibson, She was
sixty-five years of ago and had boon in
dnollnlnt*' linaith for over two years from
a oanoor of tho breast, whioh was' tho
im modal o causo pf hor death. Her' hus
band wan a gallant soldier in tho lato
Confederate war, au'd sacrificed bis lifo
in tho causo of .his country. .Mrs. Gib
son will bo buried to-day at Bothol Pres
byter lan ohuroh, Rov. Ri L. Rogors con
ducting tho funeral sorvioos.
List ol Advertised Lettors.
Tho following is a list of lottors re
maining uncalled for in Walhalla post
ofQoo for tho mont h ending August 81st :
Misses Della Garnor, Lula Goorgo, Rettie
B. Miller and Emma Merrick, Mesdames
Lou Roid, G. A. Sloan, J. L. Harloy,
Suslo Hodge, Laura G. Staples and Lona
Rold, Rov. Androw Smith, Messrs. Jor
dan Rico, R. I). Wnlkor, Charlie Smith,
J. T. Harrison, C. W. Munnorlyn, J. T.
Liddell, Now ton Frazier, Abraham
Hughes, W. H. Johnson, J. H. Brawloy,
William Baxtor, A. B. Blakoly, Wm. II,
Barnes, B. F. Blackwell, William Carver,
J. B. Ool?man, E. P. MoCravoy, J. S.
MoEntiro, Loo Smith, William Roach,
Sr., "Victor Phillips (2), Mitton Patterson.
Porsons calling for any of tho abovo lot
tora will please say that thoy aro adver
tised. J. M. MsitRlCK, P. M.
Doath of Mr. W. H. Puckhaber.
Mr. William H. Puokhabor, a well
known citizon of Charleston, prominent
in business and commoroial circles, diod
hore Saturday in tho 39th yoar of his ago.
His deatli is a Boro aflliotion to his family,
his rolativos and Iu3 host of friends. Mr.
Puokhabor was a pleasant gentloman,
with a wide ability for business affairs,
and bo boliovcd always in advancing
tho interest of his city. Ho was connect
ed with tho well known and long es
tablished firm of Puokhabor Bro th ors-,
and much of tho success of that estab
lishment was duo to ids earnest work
and lino business qualities.-Nows and
Mr. Puokhabor was tho son-in-law of
our townsman, Mr. L. H. Brandt, having
married his daughter Lona Bovoral years
ago. Sho and throe children aro left to
mourn thoir irreparable loss. Tho sym
pathies of many friend., in Walhalla aro
extended to tho boroavod.
Somo Beautiful Marblo Work.
Mr. C. H. Maybow, of Atlanta, is in
town for a two wookB' stay. Whilo hero
ho will placo a mouumont to tho gravo
of Mr. J. M. Pondorgrass, in Westview
comotory, and a double monument to
the gravo of children of Mr. W. E.
Rankin, a( Bothol, and a mouumont to
tho gravo of tho lato Jofforson N. Brown,
Mr. Maybow also han a beautiful pieco
of work (a sarcophagus) to bo placed
ovor tho gravo of Mr. Benson W. Wells,
a Grand Army of tho Republic tuan, who
died and was buriod at Highlands in
Novombor, 1808. Tho sarcophagus is
mado of Elbort county (On.) blue granito,
of rookory finish. Tho inscription is
placed on a polished panol 1x2 foot with
marginal lines traced around it.
Mr. Mayhow's marblo comos from tho
Goorgla Marblo Quarries, in Bickens
county, Ga. Tho granite from Eibort
Whilo boro Mr. Maybow will placo an
imposing atono in tho composing room
of THU CouitT.BR oflloo.
Thoso desiring any work in tho marblo
lino will do well to call on Mr. Maybow
at tho 11 ol ol do 11 cst er, on thc ruo do
Dr. Riloy to Roliro from Activo Pastorate.
Rov. J. R. Riloy, Di D., who has boen
a faithful pastor of tho Presbyterian
church at Piokons, has tendered his. res
ignation and will ask tho Presbytery at
its noxt session to nut him on tho retired
list, on account ot old ago. Dr. Riley
baa boon pastor of tho Presbyterian
church boro for tho past sixteen years
and his interesting and instructivo ser
mons will bo misBod by his OOP "roga
tion.-Piokons Journal, August 83
Tho nbovo announcement will bo road
with doop regret by tho many frionds of
Hr. Riloy. His long lifo lins boon ono of
great usefulness and honor. During the
yeais of his presidency of Adgor College,
at Walhalla, ho impressed himself upon
tho Uvea of hundreds of young mon In
an indolliblo manner, and bia work as a
consecrated minister has boon far-reach
ing and of potent inlluonco for good.
Wo confess to a fooling of porsonal loss
whoa wo road tho abovo announcement,
and tho roason assigned for tho contem
plated action. To tho groat and tho
good old ago croops on with stealthy
atop, thia being tho common lot of man;
but tho high pin pos.es, and nohlo im
pulsos of tho soul survive tho lapse, of
yoara, tho inlluouccB of a lifo or of faith
ful consecrated Borvico novor ceaso.
May hcavon's richest blossings continuo
to rost upon Dr. Riley and ovory mem
ber of IUB household, and whilo tho
shadows aro hoing longthouod by tho sot
ting Bim may tho darkest cloud ovor prc
Bont tho silver lining.
20 CENTS AWAY
Cut this out and tako it to tho
druggist named bolow and you will
rocoivo a rogular 25o. BIZO bottlo of
Dr. Sawyor's Ukatino for Rc, Hka
tino positively cures all forms of kid
ney difficulties, dyspopsia, constipa
tion, hoadaoho, R v rheumatism and
pulling of tho " x oyes. Ukatino
euros pimples and blotches nud makes
sallow and yellow Bkin white. Do not
delay, but tako advantago of this
Sroat offer, as thousands boar evl
onco to tito wondorful curativo pow
ers of Ukatino.
DR. J. W. BELL,
Wiillmllii, H. C.
Tho State says Columbio will bayo
noarly $5,000,600 invested in cotton mills
alono, v. hon curtain additional ooptrnots
are completed in tho poor future
WALHALLA WITNESSES A SCENE WHICH
SHOULD NEVER BE REHEATEO.
Town In Utter Dml<ncss Sh cot Lam?? Thrown
in a Puullo Welt-Trihi Postponed.
Last Saturday night witnessed a scene
lu Walhalla whioh should novor bo, ro
poated. A band of rookloss young men
wont up aud down Main street and shot
outo very lamp. In most instances tho
lamps wore ontiroly dostroyod. About
ono hundred shots were fired first and
lastf, and two bullets found a lodgment
in privato rosidoncos. Fortunately no
porson wns hit by tho deadly missiles. A
lamp and about a half gallon of kerosono
oil woro thrown into tho publi'o well at
tho orossing of John aud Main streets.
Tho woll baa boen cleaned, but tho ttateiT
1B so contaminated with oil as to bo unlit
for uso. Sovornl lamps on tho orosa
strcots woro also destroyed, and tho Unl-N
tod States m?:l box at tho depot was
broken. Mayor Ilolloman and Marshal
13c ak, with a posse of oitizous, wore soon
on tho nlort. Nor?r tho publlo woll into
whioh tho lamp was thrown Gcorgo Max
woll waa nrroetod, and two othor mon ran
off before thoy woro caught. Tho oaso
ngnluBt Maxwoll was sot for trial boforo
tho Town Council Wodnosday morning at
ten o'clock, but whoa tho caao was called
it was emil inned on dofoudaut's motion
until next Wednesday, tho l?t li instant.
Wo shall not say anything in advance to
projudico his trial. Ho should bo glvon
a fail and impartial trial, lint sovoro
punishment should bo motod out to tho
guilty, rogardlo8s of who ho or thoy may
be. lt is evident that sovoral parties
wore in tho lawless mob, and sovoral
well-known names aro connected with
tho ofl'onco by rumor, but wo forbear
giving their names until oillcial notion is
Nows and Courior, Soptombor 6th :
"Governor McSwoonoy to-day rocoivod
sovoral lottors from Walhalla concerning
a whito man named W. C. Tathom, >Vho
was conviotod of violating tho dispensary
law. It appears that Tathom could not
pay tho ilno imposed upon him. Ho was
sentenced to tho chain gnng, but as his
health waa bad, and ho could not work,
ho was sentenced tc three months in tho
county jail, ho to pay his own board bill.
Confinement in tho jail has not ngrood
with Tathom and His foot nnd logs havo
very much swollen and ho Booms to bo in
a bad fix. Ho has served two months of
his term and wants tho freedom of tho
jail yard for oxorciso. Tho Couuty Sho
riff docs not scorn to think ho can give
Tathom thc froodom of tho yard unless
ho has tho authority of tho Governor and
tho Governor doos not soo vory woll how
ho can issuo rules for tho regulation pf
jails, and so ho thinks it best in viow of
tho man's having sorved two-thirds of
his sontonco, and bia very bad health, to
commute tho sontonco to dato."
Death of Mrs. A. E. Pattorson.
Doath is at all timea sad, but whon it
Btoals Its way into a homo during tho
dead hours of night and takes from tho
family an alio M?mate wifo and loving
mother, it la doubly ead. On tho night
of tho -Ith instant tho entire. Bounty
Land community waB mado sad by tho
announcement of tho death of Mrs. A. ES.
Pattorson. As tho clock shuck twolvo
tho family was called to tho bodsldo to
seo her breathe her last. Sho had boen
struggling botwoon lifo and doath for
about fifteen hours, hoing unconscious
and failing to recognize anyono, not ovon
her own children. Hor breath grow
weaker and weaker until tho appointed
hour, when, surrounded by tho ontiro
family and a number of friends, sho
gently foll on sloop.
It was Indeed a sad Bight, but it would
have been much saddor had wo pot
known tho noble, Christian lifo sho had
lived. Sho was noted for hor many
deeds of kindness. For many long yoarfl
abo had boen a dovotcd wife and a lov
ing mothor. It was hard to givo hor up,
but wo know that "all things work to
gothor for good to thom that lovo God."
Sho was a consistent member of thc
Mothodist church, and loaves a husband
and soven children to mourn hor death.
Hor romains woro interred in tho conio
tory at Richland church on Tuosday
aftornoon. Appropriate funornl sor
vicos woro conducted hy Itov. lt. L,
Duffie. Mrs. Patterton was about sixty
years of ago. Her mnidon nnmo wns
Rochester, hoing a sister of Mr. II. D.
Roehcster, who predeceased her only n
fow weeks. Sho was born and raised noar
Pendleton, Anderson county. RIIHTT.
Tho pain of a burn or Bcald ls almosl
instantly roliovcd by applying Chamber
lain's Pain Halm. It also heals tho in
jured parts moro 'quiokly than any othoi
treatment, and without tho burn is vory
sovoro does not loavo a scar. For Salt
by,). W. Roll, Walhalla; W. J. Lunnoy,
Sonoca; H. H. Zimmerman, Wostminstor,
SRNKOA, September 0.-Mr. and Mrs.
Claronoe Mason, of T?ccoa, woro In
town hist wook.
Col. R. E, Mason, of Westminster, wno
in town Saturday.
Mr. Arthur Thompson lias roturncd
from Charlottesville, Va., whoro ho haf
been studying law.
Mrs. C. B. JOUOB, of Groonvlllo, is
visiting Mrs. E. Clay Doylo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strother spool
Sunday at Walhalla.
M, K. 8.
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Yollow Fovor Epidomio.
Tho appearance of yollow fovor at ?Co]
I Wost and New Orloana baa caused con
sidovnblo excitement in thoso oltlos and
in tho contiguous country. Tho disonst
has boon declared epidomio at Koy Wost
and every precaution is hoing tnkon U
confino it to that city In Now Orloani
only a fow cases havo occurred, and it ii
probablo that thoro will bo no sorioui
I epidomio. Thooity will suffor seriously
however, in its business, ns neighborly
oitloa will quarantine agnlnst hor. 'rb
fovor in both oltlos is said to bo of a vor;
Loss than 10 squaro miles of th
original forest of Porto Kico remain*
we will direct 31
NKWKY, S. C., SoptOmbor 2, 1800.
Our little town ia progressing vory
rapidly. Everything is moving ns smooth
and steady as clook work.
Mr. Mack Whitmlro, who has bcon
sorlously ill, is improving undor tho
medioal skill of our offlciont physician,
Dr. W. Frank Ashmore.
M?B8 Boniah Burloy, who has boon
quito sick, is nblo to bo out again to tho
delight of hor many friends.
Mr. Jamos Parkor and wifo loft for
Gaffnoy, S. C., last Monday. Jim was
ono of our boys and wo rogrot vory much
to givo him up and his estimable wifo.
Wo wish for thom much sucoofls in thoir
now homo. .
Miss Half io Loo lins roturnod to her
post ol duty after an absonco of ono
wook, visiting bur homo folks nt Fair
Play, S. C. Miss Loo by hor pleasant
mannem and close nttontion to business
has won for hm self an enviable reputa
tion as dressmaker.
MiBs Lida Bowou is expected to return
this wook and commence hor school. Sho
has many friends boro who will bo glad
to welcome hor back.
Our now sohool building will soon bo
oomplotod. Wo think it roilccts much
orcdlt upon tho mill company and our
town. w. M.
From hoad to foot you fool tho good
that's dono by Dr. Pioroo's Gobion Modi
cal Discovery. It purities tho blood.
And through tho blood, it cleanse,, ro
paira, and invigorates tho wholo systopi.
In recovering from "grip," or in convar
losoouco from pneumon?a, fovors, or
other wasting diseases, nothing cnn equal
it ns an appetizing, rcstorntivo tonio to
build up needed flesh and strength, lt |
rouses ovory organ into' natural aotion.
promotes all tho bodily functions, ami
restoi cs health and vigor. For ovory
disease that comos from a torpid livor or
impuro blood, dyspopsin, indigestion,
biliousness, and tho most stubborn skin,
scalp, or scrofulous affootions, tho "Dis
covery" ls tho tho only romody so cer
tain that lt could bo and was for years
sold undor a positivo guarantoo of giving
satisfaction in ovory caso or monoy would
Moro Dots (rom Salem.
SAJ.RU, Soptombor 5.-Mr. P. Alox
andor lins moved into his now post office
This is also a monoy ordor ofOoo.
Dr. McKinnoy is building a pretty
rosidonco opposite tho post oftlco. It
will bo quito an addition to our town
Mr. filbert Cobb has his now black
smith nh mt ulm ut. linish -M I Snob a shoji
has boon badly needed boro for years.
Ka is already crowded with work.
Gr?ps in this section are good, but lato.
Mr. Morgan Rochcator, who foll from
his mill dam some timo ago and was
badly injured, is out again. Ho has re
cently built a now corn mill on his placo
about two milos from herc.
Mrs. M. Eoohoator ls visiting her sis
tor, Mrs. Patterson, near Poplar Springs,
who is vory siok. [Sho has sinco died.]
Mr. Lom Moss and wifo havo just re
turned from a visit to friends and rela
tives in Polzor.
Mrs. G. lt. Piko and Miss Dora Wio
boiia visited friends in Wost Union last
Mr. Goo. Colly has oloBcd his school
and is at homo. Ho expects to roturn
to oollogo thiB wlntor. It will bo his
last term. Scnoor. Gnu,.
[Tho items cut out of thia communica
tion will bo found In tho Snlom oorros
pnndonoo on pago four, column ono,
which was unavoidably crowded out last
OlIBOHRS, Soptombor ?.-Mr. F. W.
Pieper, our road commisaionor, spout
sovorai days last wook examining ronda
and bridles in thia and contiguous com
munities. Ho says tho condition of our
roads io oqual to nny and BU por lor to
many roads in tho county.
Mr. J. H. Wigington hos hoon survey
ing tho Townes; farm for a fow days. He
alBO did Bomo work for Mr. JOBKO Lay, S:
Miso ./anio, tho lovely and accomplish
ed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Shep
pard, spout Bovoral days last wook visit
ing friends and rolatlvos on Whltowator.
A happy homo aooma doaolnto when
"Janie" goos ott'.
MIBB Cornolia Nioholson ?B suffering
from the offocta of an oncountor with a
cow's horn. Hor oondition le hopoful.
Mr. JOBBO Lay, Jr., continues to work
on tho highways. Bim,II-, BANNISTER.
That Throbbing Headacho
Would qnlokly lcavo you, if you used
Dr. King's Now Ufo IMlls. Thousands
pf ail (forera havo proved thoir matehloaa
mont for aiok and norvous headnohoa.
Thoy make puro blood and strong norvos
and build up your health. Easy to tako.
Try thom. Only 25 conta. Monoy back
if not cured. Sold by all druggists lu
OFFICE DAYS t MONDAYS, FRIDAYS
ray youTWe will ]
3dy^~~No time to wr
'our attention to a
Rimmtf, Soptombor 4.-Harvesting i
fodder und cotton is tho ordor of tbo |
Foddor and cotton woro vory inuoh
damngod by. tlio recent rains. Corn was I
too far spout for tito rain to do it any j
Wo have road a groat doal about tho I
hot winds in T?xas dostroying tho'
crops thoro. Wo havo had moro of it in
Oconoo during tho mouth of August than
wo havo ovor known boforo. Cotton all
has a yollow cast, ospooially on high
places, mid ?UIH shod its ioavoB and
Wo think tho Monds of Shorif? MOBB
did tho farmors an injustico by purchas
ing for him a loather bridle. Wo always !
thought Mr. Moss was a man of good
judgmont and usod tho host rulos of
ocouomy. If his ropo bridle was cotton
of courso tho ocouomy was to the int?r
?t4'' Mf tho farmor.
Wo notiood in your last wook's Issuo
that Josh Ashloy will not offor himsolf
for rc-olootlon ns Representative, but
will mako tho raco for Sheriff. Ho is
tho mau that told about rat juice. If wo
lived ovor tho lino wo would.voto for
Tho Bohool at Hoturn, Dlstriot No. 4,
closod last Friday afternoon. Tho trus
tees woro fortunato in securing tho sor
vicoB of Prof. C. W. Mooro, of Sonooa,
for tho wintor torin, which will opon
about tho muidlo of Ootobor. Mr.
Mooro ls ono among Oconeo's oldest and
most oxporioncod toachors. Ho is highly
cstcomed by tho pupils and patrons.
D. J. M.
S A Narrow Escapo.
\Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada
E. * Ilai't. of Groton. S. D. : "Was takon
with a>xbad cold which sottlod on roy
lungs ; caugh set in and finally terminated
in consumption. Four doctors gave mo
up, saying I douldiivo but a short timo.
I gavo mysolf up fp. my Saviour, deter
mined if I could nofc?fc?iV with my friends
on earth I would moW\**Jy absout ones
above. My husband was,.'.'idvised to got
Dr. King's Now Diacovory for consump
tion, coughs and colds. I gavo, it a trial :
took in all oight bottles, lt has ourcd
mo, and thank God I am saved and now
a well and hoalthy womat?." Trial bot
tles froo at all drug storos in tho county..,
Regular sizo f>0 couts and $1. Guaran
tood or nrice rotunded.
Fair Play Paragraphs.
FAIK PLAY, Soptombor 4.-Rov. Allon
preached quito an intorosting sormon
yoBtorday to a largo audience.
Mr. Hud Grant is tho obliging sales
man in tho store of Mr. E. C. Marott.
Wo aro glad to havo Bud hack in our
Miss Ila Reardon was tho guest of
Miss Roulah Davis Saturday night and
Mrs. S. E. Harbin and Mrs. W. H.
Browno and daughtor, Mnrgaroto, ore
tho guests of Mrs. D. V. Wright.
Misses Daisy and Hattio Wright, who
havo hoon on a vl?it to Harmony Grovo,
Ga., roturnod homo last wook.
Mr. Keels Marott will loavo to-morrow
to attend school at Demorost, Ga. Ho
will bo sadly missed, especially by ono.
Wo aro sorry to learn of tho illness of
Mrs. Rob I .cat bo's and Mrs. Car dino
Marott. Wo wish thom a speedy recov
Died, at her homo, near boro, on last
Monday morning, aftor a lingering lil
li OK? of three months, Mrs. Nan Isboll.
wifo of Mr, Rob Isboll. Sho wan buried
at Rcavordam comotory on Tuesday
morning. Funeral sorvlcos woro con
ducted by Rov. A. P. Marott.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Rarcolonia, Spain,
sponds his winters at Alkon, S. C. Wonk
nerves had oauHod sovoro nains In tho
back of his hoad. On using Kleotrlo Rit
ters, America's greatest blood and norvo
lomcdy, all pain soon loft him. Ho says
this grand modicino io what his country
nocdB. All America knows that it euros
livor' and kidnoy trouble, pnrlfios tho
blood, tonos up tho stomaon, strength
ens tho norvoB, puts vim, vigor and now
lifo into ovory muscio, norvo and organ
of tho body. If wonk, tired or ailing you
need it. Evory bottlo guaranteed, only
!">() couts. Sohl by all druggists in tho
RKTUUN, S. C., Soptombor 4.-Gather
ing orops is tho ordor of tho day.'
Master Albort Sandor?, while running
through a pasturo stepped on a board
driven full of sharp nails, which stuck
in his foot, dhmbling him sovornl days.
Mrs. Sallie Crooks and Mr. Tom San
ders aro Improving tho looks and value
of thoir farms by orcotlng now buildings.
Mr. William LoRoy loaves this wook
JA '.. Norton Cox and Miss Ella Williame
attended church at Cross Roads Sunday
and partook of the hospitalities of thc
family of Mr. Jonathan Clovoland.
Mr. O. W. Hayos is in Walhalla on
business this wcok.
On Wednesday, tho 80th ultimo, at one
p. m., tho infant oh lld of Mr. and Mrs,
Silus Kennody died, aged ono yoar and
throo months. Tho boroavod parontf
havo tho sympathy of many Monde,
Tho romains of tho littlo ono wori
buried In tho comotory at Conter chu rob
aote some Rare Bargains that will
ite an ad. this week, but next week
lely and give us a cali.
Next Week's Ad
W. h. LESLY & CO
Values that Mean Something
Wo aro making ovory offort to orowd plenty of business into tho month of
August-want to mako it a record month. Wo'ro backing our desire by prices
that havo tho right jinglo-stylos and qualities that wo fool aro most pleasing-tho
kind that really inf!uenoo your buying.
When August Swinge Along
Thc average doalor 'dots up" a little, but it's tho timo this store makes oxtra
offorts-tho days whou tho volumo of tho trado moans moro to us than margi ns.
Wo know that if wo koop your i nt ei est through tho mid-summer months,
you'll remember us when tho autumn needs aro on-you'll naturally pin your faith
to tho Store that eaoh and ovory month makes prolltablo buying for.you; that
makes it to your financial intorcst to always como hero first.
Theso Can't Bo Bent :
Our Mooha and Java Parched ColVco at 25 couts.
Our Hlo Parohcd Coffoo at 10 conto.
Our Groon ltios at 0, 10 and 12J conts.
Our Toas-Black and Groon-at 00 couts.
Our assortment of Fahey Craokors and Candies.
In Clothing, Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hosiory, Domestics', &o?, &o.,
THE POPULAR PRICE STORK.
I havo a largo lino of Spring and Summer Dross Goods,
Lawns, Muslins, Porcalos, Whito Dross Goods, and various
other artiolos in tho Dry Goods and Notion Department
that I am dotorminod to oloso out for cash in tho noxt
thirty days. .
... X IMOSA?ST BTJSICTJPM . . .
So if you want Bargains, como at onco, and yon will not bo disappointed.
I havo also a nico lino of Clothing, Shoes and other Staplo Goods that I will
j offor special inducements to cloao out.
A good Btook of Fumitnro cheaper than you can got it olsowhoro for cash.
Weat TJ*iio?i, ?. O.
OFFICE IN STABLE, WALHALLA, S. C.
DO YOU THINK OF THIS?
A Ladies' Glove or Pebble Grain Shoe,
worth $!.00, for 70 Cents.
Como and soo our now lino of Trunks.
A. #?.?o mfcxjrs?ic 1^0? #0.00.
A FEW ALPINE HATS LEFT, WOBTH $1.26, TO GO AT 09 CENTS.
Wo have Just roooivod a largo lot of Chairs-Bookers of ovory description.
A oowvploto lino of Furnituro, st""n as Bedroom Suits, Bodsteads, Tables,
Buroans, Washstands, &o,
COFFINS W?IMMIM> AT AI^?J HOURS.
ll & J. S. CARTE
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