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BY JA YNES, 8HKL?K, SMITH A STECK.
WALHALLA, SOUTH O AKOLJN A, MAY 11, 1904.
NEWS FROM WESTMINSTER.
Westminster, September 14.-Dr. C. M.
Walker was called to Long Nose moun
tain Sunday to make a post rr or tom ex
amination over tbe remains of Andrew
Hunter. Mr. Hunter was said to bave
been mentally unbalanced and oommitted
Mrs. Nannie Barron will go to Atlanta
one day this week to select and purchase
her fall millinery goods. She expeots to
have her ? peu lug about tue il rsi of Oc
The farmers are having line weather
for pulling and saving fodder and piok
At a citizens' meeting, held in the
school house last Friday afternoon for
the purpose of organising a Lyoeum
elub, Prof. T. M. Holland was elected
obairman. W. P. Anderson stated the
objaot of the meeting. He and M. S.
Btribling made able addresses on the
movement. The olub was organized by
electing Prof. Holland, president; M?BS
Lula McGee, secretary, and T. Peden
Anderson, treasurer. The exeeutive
committee is composed of Miss Talsie
Holland, Miss Katie Harris, W. P. An
derson, Dr. C. x M. Walker and .Mum
, McGee. There will be three attractions
for the neason ; the first to occur on Mon
day evening, October 10, by Walter
Bentley Ball ?fe Company, of the Rico
Bureau, Nashville, Tenn. This will be a
nice musical entertainment and it will
be worth attending. The company is
composed of Prof. Ball, baratone; Prof.
Hiekman, violinist, and Miss Timblin,
reader. Committee decided to sell sea
son tickets as follows: One tioket, $1.25;
families, $1 for each person; gentleman
and lady, *2; children under 12 years of
age, 75 cents. For first attraction, re
served seats, 50 cents; unreserved seats,
26 oents; children, reservod seats, 85
cents; unreserved seats, 15 cents. When
you buy your ticket you get your eholee
of seats not taken if you buy a season
tioket Tickets were given to Revs. J.
J. Harrell, ll. M. DuBose, John R.
Moore and A. P. Marett. Parties wish
ing to secure seats in ample time can
And a drawing ac the bank showing how
the seats are arranged and numbered.
We shall be glad to have a good repre
sentation from neighboring towns and
communities at every attraction.
Tows Glenn, of Lausens county, wns
visiting in Westminster last week. Mr.
Glenn is a son of D. H. Glenn, who for
merly lived here.
Wade Sandors, Miss Gertrude Sanders
and Miss Ledbetter, of Anderson, wore
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Terrell
BBEfish Barnett lias returned to Clemson.
^^Ve are Indebted to Mrs. Lulu lnindi
Hall, 1128 Oak Street, Jacksonville, Fla.,
for a copy of the World's Fair Edition
of the Florida Times Union, published
at Jacksonville. The paper contains a
comprehensive "write-up" of the pro
ducts, resources, attractions and trans
portation facilities of the "Land of
Flowers." This special edition is com
posed of (12 pp.gos, beautifully illustrated
and full of valuable information.
Aden Dickson left Monday for Clem
son to resume his studies.
Mrs. J. H. Bibb wont to Charlotte, N.
C., yesterday to visit her parents, Col.
and Mrs. R. ?. Mason.
H. A. Haynes has closed his Behool at
Oak Grove and returned to his home at
W. S. Haley bas moved into his new
Misses Bessie Spencer, Annie Freeman
and Miss Jones, of Fort Madison, and
Miss Daisy Deacon, of Toccoa, were in
Westminster last Sunday.
Mrs. John J. Arnold and her little son,
Julien, of Fayetteville, Ga., and Mrs. W.
B. Williams, of Barnesville, Ga., are
visiting Mrs. Thomas C. Peden, their
Mrs. R. A. Gilmer, of Madison, visited
friends here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Peden and little
Ye Lave just opened our Queen Quality Shi
sk to see tho new creations in Queen (.
)v the coming season. You know Queen (j
ave individuality and charaoter peculiar c
Quality Shoes, as to their (lt, stylo, floish,
holding their shape.
lueen Quality People are Past Masters in
ug shoes to bold their shape,
i you don't wear Queen Quality Shoes, tr
the coming season. It will Bure make ut
in the shoe business.
daughter returned Monday from a visit
to the family of W. C. Mason, at li
Miss Mary Sam Messer visited in Port
Madison last week.
.lames Norris, who bas been at Wash
ingtoo, D. C., for several years past, has
taken up residence io Westminster. Mr.
Norris will connect himself with the
Westminster Knitting Mills.
The books of subscription to the capi
tal stock of the'Westminster Knitting
Mills wera opened last Friday and the
entire stock WBB subscribed. A meet
ing of the shareholders is called to be
held at the Batiking house of the Peden
& Anderson Bauklug Company on Mon
day, 19th instant, at 10 o'clock lu the
forenoon. Twenty per oent of the sub
scribed stock is required to be paid iu on
that day. The remainder of the stock
will he called for during the fall and win
The friends of W. I). Hull, derk for J.
J. 8. Carter, will be glad to know
that ho has about recovered from his
spell of sickness.
Glenn Sheldon visited his sister, Mrs. M.
S Stribling, this week as he was return
ing from Atlanta, where he has been at
tending a business oollege.
Mrs. J. W. Gaines and two children,
Carl and Harold, arrived last week to
spend some time in the up-country.
They are now spending a few days at
Townville. Mrs. Gaines is always cor
dially welcomed to Westminster, her old
Samuel Ellison was in Westminster
one day la?t week.
The Presbyterian Sabbath school has
appointed Rev. J. J. Harrell, Mesdames
C. K. Anderson and T. C. Peden to at
tend the Sabbath Sohool institute which
convene:, at Pendleton Tuesday, 13th
Leland Marett, salesman for Buskin
Anderson, Seneca, was over to see his |
father S H Marett last Sunday
T. P. Moore was at Seneoa Monday.
Miss Lois Dickerson, a pleasant young
lady of Hartwell, returned homo last
week after spending a couple of weeks
with her brothers in Westminster.
Miss Florence Norris, who is teaching
sohool at Pleasant Ridge, spent Monday
in Westminster. Her friends are al
ways pleased to see her.
John M. Cobb, of Pelzer, was here
Saturday and Sunday. He says he is
going to send| two of his children to
Geo. Newton Diokson went to Clemson
Monday. He won a scholarship nt this
institution of learning. George is a
studious young man.
O. D. Hall, of Georgia, was in town
one day last week.
The troops passed over the Southern
Monday on their homeward journey.
All freight? wero annulled on account of
the extra trains.
At the Baptist ohurch last Thursday
evening the B. Y. P. U. held a conquest
meeting on the subject of "Great Mis
sionary Heroes." M i HS Louise li rea zea I o
was leader. The services were devo
tional and instructive. A number of
papers were read by the young ladies
and gentlemenjland there were some
recitations and lectures on the subject.
Miss Ada Bogers, a handsome young
lady of Anderson, wns the guest of Miss
Beulah Pooro Saturday and Sunday. She
was accompanied ?by her brother, Duff
Rev. A. P. Marett has closed his series
of protracted meetings for the summer
and his labors were blessed in the con
version and salvation of many souls. He
is the pastor of Connoross, Pleasant
Ridge, New Hope and Old Westminster
Baptist ohurohes. In some of his meet
ings he was ably assisted by Revs. J. H.
Clark and John R. Moore, of Westmin
ster. Thora were 60 additions in all at
his four ohurohes and the membership
greatly strengthened in the faith. Mr.
Marett'? last mooting closed at Now
Hope Sunday. Next Sabbath he will
perform the ordinance of? baptism to the
candidates at Pleasant Ridge in Lay's
'There will be a spelling match in the
auditorium Friday evening between the
pupils of the graded sohool and the citi
r.eus of the town.
Mr. and Mrs. John Poore, of Royston,
visited the families of T. D. and W. L.
Poore this week.
John Ansel, of Charleston, was in
town last Saturday.
Furman Simpson visited Gainesville,
Misses Margie Striming and Jodie
Haley have entered Agnes Soott Insti
tute, Decatur, Ga.
Westminster received two bales of cot
ton Tuesday. The first bale was brought
by Wyly Ferguson, colored, and weighed
402 pounds, olassed as good middling and
sold to W. S. Haley for ll? cents. The
other bale was brought in by H. H.
Glyraph and was also sold to W. S.
Haley for 10*.
Mr. and and Mrs. Clifford Walker, of
Monroe, Ga., will visit Mr. and Mrs. W.
J., Stribling this week. Mrs. Walkerie
well-known here as Miss Rosa Matheson
and will be welcomed by a host of
Mrs. L. A. Matheson is with her
daughter, Mrs. W. J. Stribling, after
spendiog the month of August at Ashe
Several promineut farmers of the
county were in Westminster Monday for
the purpose of discussiug some matters
relative to the organization of a farmers'
institute or protective association. So
far ar. we were able to learn no definite \
conclusions were reached. The meeting
was held in the Christian ohurch.
Remember the Westminster Lyceum
Club will present the first attraction on
October 10. A season tioket will cost
but $2 for yourself and lady.
A. L. (?ossett.
The action of the exeoutive board of
united butchers workmen last Friday
night, in Chioago, in ordering members
to work, was followed next morning by
the strike committee of other trades in
volved taking similar action, thus ending
the strike in wbioh the men have been
beaten from the start
PAHTIAXJ RESULT OF I
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Holly Springs .
Oakway News Items.
Oakway, September 12.-Kev. S. A.
McDaniel filled bia regular appointment
at the Baptist church Sunday, proacbing
a most excellent sermon to a large and
Kev. H. M. Du Bose also preached an
interesting sermon on soul-winning at
the Methodist church Sunday night.
Wade Sanders and sister, Miss Ger
trude, of Anderson, returned home last
week after a several days' visit with Miss
Miss Mayotte Browh bsa agaiu en
tered the Graded School at Westminster.
MisB .Mayotte is one of our sweetest
girls and hor presence will be greatly
miss. d. However, we are glad that she
is in school and bespeak for hoi- groat
Frank Madison, from Pelzer, Wade
and James Padgett, from Columbia,
visited at Joe Mattison's last week.
Miss Savannah Foster returned home
last week after an extended visit lu An
derson and Greenwood. Her many
friends are delighted to see her haok.
Mrs. W, N. Bruce is visiting relative.-. I
in and near Townville.
Mrs. J. 8. Reardon lcaveH to-day for
Greenville, where she wMl stay some
time with relatives and friends.
Misses Scott and Martha Bond, two of
Elberton's fair belles, left Saturday for
their home, after a few weeks' stay with
the Misses Brown. They were accom
panied home by Rufus Brown.
Miss Ella Bearden is at home again,
after circulating among friends at West
Waymon Mason and sister, Miss Lily,
visited at Fair Play recently.
Among the visitors at H. J. Myers's
last week were Mis. L. A. Moore from
Seneca, Misses Dessie and May Moore,
Maxie and Preston Gibson, of Tokeena.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McLesky and Miss
Lillie King, of Tokeena, visited at this
Miss Selma Marett and father, from
Bounty Land, were at J. A. Kubanks's
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Brown, of Town
ville, attended chinch here Sunday.
Again iast Thursday night the lovely
belles and beaux assembled at the beau
tiful grove at II. J. Myers's for the pur
pose of enjoying themselves for a few
hours. Refreshments were served and
the grove being so very prettily lighted
with Japanese lanterns auy oue couldn't
help but enjoy themselves to the fullest
Claud sit ton, of near Tokeena, called
in to see his "old friend" Suuday after
noon. He is quite often seen up bore, so
we presume it is indeed pleasant to have
"friends" to call on occasionally.
Miss Jodie Haley leaves this week for
the Agnes Scott Institute, near Atlanta,
to enter sohool. Miss Jodie is au intelli
gent young lady and we wish for her fa
W. E. Mason, of Westminster, was in
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Miss Alice Gaines and brother, Claud,
of Seneca, were among friends a few
days not long since.
Walter Moore, one of our most enter
prising young men, left last Friday for
Clemson, where he will be numbered
with the college boys. Walter is to be oom
PRIMARY ELECTION FC
Field September 13, 1904.
Sheriff.]! Supv'sr |]C
mended, ho being one uf tho Winnow ol
the sr hoi.II .-.lii]>s of that Behool. Thin IS
bis second year and he never baa failed
to show a good record. May the eroatesl
of success be bis ia the wish of all his1
school mates and friends here.
Iinllie Rogers, of Anderson, waa up to
see some speoial one Sunday.
Mr. Rettie, of Columbia, ia willi the
family of Joe Mattisou
Misses Lila and Mary Rcoder, two of
Westminster's lovely belles, visited their
friend, Miss Bertha Kubanks, Sunday.
Cotton picking is the order of the day.
Qeorge and Broadus Bagwell, of
Bounty Land, visited in our community
Miss 11 elena McGuire, of Walhalla,
visited Miss Kthel Kubanks recently.
Miss Ila Hear den, who has been teach
ing at Russell's, is at home for a few
weeks, to the delight of her friends.
Tom (/'ole aud Miss Ollie Campbell, of
Townville, attended church Sunday and
visited tho family of W. N. Bruce.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to give you a few words in
praise, of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," says John Ham
let t, of Kgglo Pass, Texas. "I suffered
one week with bowel trouble and took
all kinds of medicine without getting
any relief, when my friend, C. Johnson,
a merchant here, advised me to take this
remedy. After taking one dose I felt
Seatly relieved and when I had taken
e third dose was entirely oured. I
thank you from the bottom of my heart
for putting this great remedy in the
hands of mankind.' For sale by J. W.
Bell, Walhalla; Seneca Pharmacy and
W. J. Lunney, Seneca.
A Highway Robber Caught.
Newberry, Sen'ember 10.-W. H. Day,
a traveling salesman from Cbioago, was
knooked down, beaten and robbed of
j watch, money and other valuables at the
1 forks of the Prosperity and Mollohon
1 Mill roads, within the corporate limits
of Newberry, on the uight before the pri
mary election, and'the facts have just
been brought to light to-day. It is al
leged that the highway robbery, for such
it was, was committed by a negro.
Thomas, Brown, alias Tobe Brown, a well
known vicious character in this section.
Peculiar circumstances prevented the
facts from becoming public, until late this
afternoon, when it was ascertained that
a warrant had been sworn out for the
negro, and he is now in jail. Mr. Day
says that wbile on the way to Mollohon
ou the night beforo the election he was
accosted by a negro, who asked for a
dime. Placing his hand in his pocket to
get the money he was knooked downland
robbed of the above valuables, the negro
escaping. The watch has sinoe been
found in the negroe's possession. Brown,
who is awaiting trial the next session of
the Circuit Court, is gonerally believed
to be guilty.
There's dysentory-eolio, too,
And cramps; but this remember do,
Though enemies all babes must meet,
"Teethina" will them all defeat.
"Teethina" overcomes and count m ad a
the effeots of the summer's heat, aids
digestion, regulates the bowels and
makes teething easy. Costs only 26 cents.
>R COUNTY OFFICERS.
Treas. HcoCom ||
THE NEWS FROM SENECA
Seneoa, September 14.-Preaching in
the Presbyterian church Sunday morn- '
ibg at ll a. m. by Kev. S. 1?. Wilson.
Prayer meeting this evening at the
baptist church. Everybody iuvit*d.
Prayer meeting Thursday e*vening at
th? Presbyterian churoh. Everybody
Miss Stella Finoannon, after a pleasant
vis.ii with relatives aud friends in Ander
son, returned home Sunday.
Mrs. F. M. Cary spent Wednesday iu
Anderson with relativos and frieuds.
Mr. and .Mrs. G. C. Benedict and family
have returned home, after spending come
time with relatives in Nashville.
Miss Anna Harbin, after spending seve
ral days in Anderson with relatives and
friends, has returned home.
Mr?, L. W. Jordan, son Marshall, and
daughter, Miss Ludie, have returned
from St. Louis, after spending several
days taking in the World's Fair.
Kev. S. h. Wilson. Hogersvlllo, Tenu.,
couducted service in tho Presbyterian
church Sunday morning.
Boru, unto Mr. and Mr?. F. S. Holle
man. on the 12r.h instant, a daughter.
Mrs. W. Pi Anderson, of Westminster,
was in the oity a short while Tuesday
J. W. Todd has aooepted a position
witb J. H. AdaniB.
J. D. Whitworth is at J. W. Byrd &
Joseph Hopkins ?Bat W. P. Nimmons's.
Re?: 8, L. WUson and family, of
Rogersvillo, Tenn., is at the home of
Miss Bessie Wilson.
Eugene Evans, of Pendleton, was in
town Monday. His many friends were
pleased to see him, and hope that in the
oourse of a few months he will be num
bered as one of our business men and
.Johni >ui Reid is one of the new stu
dents at Clemson this year from Seneoa.
F. M. Cary returned home Saturday
evening, after spending a week in Geor
gia, Alabama and Mississippi looking
over the prospeots of the cotton crops.
l in K. OF P. Mil i IN?..
Seneca Lodge, No. 86, K! of P., held
their regular meeting Monday night.
The meeting will be long remembered
by the Knights as being one of the most
pleasant oooasions in the history of this
progressive lodge. Walhalla Lodge, No.
07, was invited and several prominent
Knights from a distance were present.
The second and third degrees wero con
ferred. The third degree was given in
amplified form, after which delightful
refreshments were served, together with
J. H. Bryan, a Knight prominent in
Pythian oiroleR, acted as toastmaster.
He introduced each speaker in a happy
manner. Dr. E. A. Hines welcomed the
visitors in an eloquent address, whioh
produced round after round of applause.
The address was responded to in behalf
of the visitors by James Thompson, D.
D. G. C., who, in a few ohosen words,
complimented Seneoa Lodge on their
excellent work and paid a special com
pliment to the Chancellor Commander
of the lodge, J. T. Lawrence.
Dr. E. C. Doyle, Grand Master-at
Arms of the Grand Lodge, was cheered
to the echo as he expressed his apprecia
tion of having the pleasure of mingling
again with his brother Knights.
st, John Courtenay, the efficient and
popular superintendent of the Courtenay
Manufacturing Co., and prominent in
Odd Fellowship, made a very instructive
Bpeeoh, whioh "/as muoh appreciated.
The last speaker on the program waa
J. R. Kay, who oonvulsed the members
and their visitors with bis witty remarks.
The members were delighted with the
success of their entertainment, and as
the hands of the clook pointed to a late
hour, all departed for home, feeling en
couraged to carry on the work they
have undertaken. L. if. c
Another Hold-Up In Newberry.
Newberry, September 0.-It is reported
in tho streets to-day that J. Landrum
Walker, of the Mollohon Mill, was held
up in the old-fashioned style last night
and robbed of three dollars aud some
pocket knives and other valuables about
his person. No details of the hold-up
can be obtained, but it is said that Mr.
Walker was halted at a late hour last
night beside the Columbia, Newberry
and Laurens tank, near the mill, by
three men, who commanded him to
"shell oat." He shelled out, the thieves
departing with their booty and have not
been heard from since.
Tbe bank at Murphy, N. C., was
robbed last Friday night of $4,500. The
large vault and safe within lt were both
blown open and completely demolished.
The robbers went to a blacksmith shop,
a little way from the bank and secured
tools. With these they made breaohea
within the safe and vault large enough
to enable them to insert dynamite. There
were two explosions. The robbery waa
not discovered until Saturday morning,
i The bank waa fully insured against rob