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BY ?J A YNES, SHE LOU, SMITH & STECK.
WALHALLA, HOI TH CAROLINA, SEPT. 21, 1004.
NEWS FROM WESTMINSTER.
Westminster, September 21.-The mar
riage of Miss Hattie Reynolds Lee, of
Fair Play, to Joseph P. Anderson, of
Roberts, Anderson county, will be
solemnized at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas R. Harris this evoning at 7.30.
Rev. Fletoher Anderson, brother of nie
groom, will perform tho coromony. \ftor
the marriage an elaborate wedding sup
per will be soi ved. Miss Lee is a daugh
ter of John Lee and is ono of Oconeo's
most amiable young ladies. Two of her
brothers, David and William Leo, are re
membered as popular and polite em
ployees of the Blue Ridge railroad seve
ral years ago. The groom is a prosper
ous farmer of Anderson oouuty. They
loave to-morrow for their future home
near Roberts post oflico.
Prof. J. A. Durham paid a brief visit
to homefolks this wock nftor an absence
of several months. Ho has been singing
for Rev. R. A. Sublott, the well-known
Baptist evangelist who has been conduct
ing roligious services in different parts of
the State this sumraor. For thu past two
months their meetings have been in
Piokens and Anderson counties. There
were 103 additions at Lebanon in Ander
son county. The ordinance of baptism
was administered to 81 thure on Mouday.
The next meeting will be hold at Easloy.
MisB Dora Wooten, a pretty young
lady of Townvillo, visited hor friend,
Miss Daisy Williams, this week.
Mrs. J. Y. Vernor and hereon, Henry
Vernor, visited relatives at Martin, Qa,,
last woek.
Seuppernong grapes aro ripo. There
is said to be a full crop at Wilmer's vine
yard.
Tho marriage of Miss Effie Young
Striming and Morris Chandler Barton
ocourrod at tho home of tho brido's
paronts, in Westminster, yesterday after
noon at 5 o'clock, Rev. S. Y. Jameson, of
Atlanta, undo of tho brido, officiating.
Mrs. Barton is tho oldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. J. Stribling and isa young
lady of rare accomplishments. Mr. Bar
ton is a gnntlomuu of sterling character
and noble bearing. Ho and his lovely
bride aro well known as two of Oconee's
efficiont school teachers. They boarded
train No. ll yesterday ovoning for a visit
to St. Louis and the World's Fair. After
thoir return (hey will make their homo
in Fair Play.
The most enjoyablo "candy pulling"
of the season was given by Miss Mamio
Hesse, of Connoross, on last Saturday
evening. Besides all the pretty girls and
^handsomo young mon around Connoross,
?j&illialla, I'iekens, West ?oiled er and
^wayton woro represented. While tho
candy was cooking Miss Hosso hauded
hor guests somo questions in physical
geography, the answers hoing tho names
of trooB and plants. There woro fifteen
.questions and it cortainly put one's wits
to work to solvo oorroctly. Miss Kona
nunsingor and Adgor Aloxandor an
swered thom all without orror and Miss
Hunsinger got tho prize. The consola
tion prize was carried off by Sam Isholl.
The event was greatly onjoyod by all.
About fifty guests woro present.
Haskell Holmes and D. F. Mabry havo
settled themselves in Miss Ida Jones's
store room, recently vaoatod by Mrs. Icie
MoGeo.
Married at tho residonco of tho brido's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mattison, on
Wednesday afternoon, Soptomber 14. at
3 o'clock, Miss Bessie Mattison to Josso
O. Petty, of Columbia, Rev. J. R. Moore,
of the Baptist ohuroh, offloiatiug. The
happy .oouplo loft on No. 40 for Co
lumbia, thoir future home. Mr. Petty ls
bookkeeper for Loriok, Lowranoe & Co.,
of that oity.
The capital stook of the Westminster
Knitting Mills having boon subscribed,
a meeting of tho stockholders was hold
in the Masouio Hall Monday. September
19, for the purpose of organization. M.
S. Stribling was elobted chairman of the
meeting and 1. S. Pitts, Boor otar y. The
following stockholders were eleoted di
rectors: W. P. Anderson, J. S. Carter, D.
L. Norria, J. P. 8tribling, K. W. Marett,
P. W. Matheson, 8. N. Hughes, P. P.
Sullivan and J. H. Norris. At a meet
ing of the board of directors W. P. An
r
Ve have just opened our Queen Quality Sh
d Winter.
k sk to see the new oreations in Queen (
OY the coming season. Tou know Queen <
lava individuality and oharaoter peouliar <
Quality Shoes, as to their fit, stylo, finish,
: holding their Bhape.
lueen Quality People are Past Masters in
ing shoes to hold thoir shape,
f you don't wear Queen Quality Shoos, ti
p the coming season. It will suro make ut
in the shoe business.
IN QUALITY ?f ?l
derson was elected president aud treasu
rer; J. P. Stribling, vice presidout, and
J. M. Norris, secretary and manager.
Building of plant will be started at once,
and it is the plan of the directors to have
the mill in operation by March 1, 1905.
About seventy operatives will be em
ployed.
The pupils of the graded sohool went
home rejoicing Friday night. Miss Gus
sie Martin was victorious at the >"spell
iug bee." Miss Maud Stribling also made
A line record and was the last one to sit
down on tho town side. She and Miss
Martin had all tho spelling to do for
quite a while. All the others on both
sides had taken their seats.
The Westminster Oil and Fertilizer
Co. bogan ginning cotton last week. They
will operate both glnnerios this season,
having recently purohased tho plant of
the Andorson Oil and Fertilizer Co.
Farmers oan got their cotton ginned on
short notice and dispose of thoir cotton
seed at the oil mill at tho highost market
price. .
Harry O. Epting, of Athens, Ga., was
hero last wook.
Miss Ada Griffin, ono of Easley's ac
complished young ladies, returned home
a few days ago after a visit with Miss
Minnie Finley. Miss Finley entertained
several friends at a party at her home
below hero during Miss Griffiu's stay in
Oconee.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Garrison visited
Atlanta last week.
W. P. Anderson spent several days in
North Carolina last week on business.
Mrs. J. W. Munson and children have
returned to Charlotte. They were ac
companied home by Mrs. E. Ii. Johnson.
Miss Iola Dean, a beautiful young lady
ot Dean's, Anderson county, is visiting
hor friend, Miss Hattie Zimmerman.
Miss May Moon, of Comer, Ga., is vis
iting hor sister, Mrs. J. H. Stonocyphor.
Cotton 10.25 to 10.81 yostorday.
John LaFayette Dorn and Miss Rosa
Moore were married in Seneca on Sun
day, Septombor ll. Mr. Dorn is over
seer ot' tho spinning and carding depart
ment of the Cheswell Cotton Mill Co.
Mr. and Mrs. "Tug" Whaloy and four
childron returned to Dalton, Ga., last j
week, :.ftcr spending a month with ruin- ?
tives in this section. J
W. D. Guthrie, Mrs. /eek Durham and
Miss Pearl Durham, of Polzor, visited
relativos hore last week.
C. C. Simpson' < MI Atlanta.
Mrs. H. M. I coon went to Fairview
Saturday to visit relatives and attond tho
stock show.
Last year tho first bale of new cotton
was Bold hero on Soptember 10-three
days earlier than tho first ono this yoar,
but the total receipts up to this timo aro
greatly in oxcoss of tho sumo time last
year. On Saturday our buyers were
kept busy woighing and handling the
staple W. S. Haley, W. E. Mason, J. &
J. S. Carter and I. S. Pitts are our buy
ers. Tt in their aim to pay the highost
market , noes at all times.
Misses Maude and Alice Stribling wont
to Rook Hill this morning to resume
their studies in Winthrop Collogo.
Miss Rosa McDonald is saloslady iii
tho store of Willis S. Haley.
Mrs. M. E. Kubanks has moved from
Oakway to Westminster to educato her
childron.
The many frionds of Mrs. Mary F.
Puckott will rogrot to loam ilia' she is
quito sick.
Miss Ila Reardon, an attractive young
lady of Oakway, is visiting friends in
town.
Hov. J. T. Cary, of PickenB county,
visited his sister, Mrs. W. L. Pooro, this
wook. * A. L. GoBsott.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to givo you a fow words in
praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," says John Ham
lett, of Eaglo Pass, Toxas. "I sn ti ered
ono wook with bowol troublo and took
all kinds of medicino without gotting
any roliof, whon my friend, C. Johnson,
a merohant hore, advised mo to take this
romody. After taking ono dose I folt
greatly reliovod and when I had taken
tho third dose was ontiroly cured. I
thank you from tho bottom of my hoart
for putting t hic. groat remedy in the
hands of mankind." For salo by J. W.
Boll, Walhalla; Seneca Pharmacy and
W. J. Lunney, Seneoa.
A West Indian hurricane swept up the
Atlantio ooast last Wednesday, doing
immense damage in the lower part of the
State. The town of Florence suffered
not less than $10,000 damage and the
town of Georgetown lost something like
$10,000. The rioe plantera in the lower
part of the State Buffered severely and no
less than i dozen fishermen were drowned
along the coast.
Fair Play Facts.
Fair Play, September 18.-Misses Sallio
Meredith and Anna Marett spent Satur
day night and Sunday with Miss Gortio
Mahaffey, of Townvillo.
Mrs. Flora Dobbs, of Harmony Grove,
is on an extended visit to her mother,
Mrs. Ellen Barton.
Miss Bertie Smith, of Richland, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Dr. J. R. Heller.
Messrs. Claude Shirley aud Carlton
Leathers attended services at Townvillo
Sunday.
Miss Ethel Marett is on the siok list, but
we hope she will soon be better.
O. F. Isboll and daughter, Zelma, are
visiting relatives at Riohland.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burriss, of South
Union, spent Saturday night with O. F.
Isbell and family.
Lon Boleman, of Recd Creek, Ga., was
with friends here Saturday ovoniug.
Marshal Wiley and M?SB Climelia
Riohey attended the baptizing at Rock
Hill Sunday morning.
Tho new ginnery at Fair Play will soon
bo completed.
Miss Louise Sheldon left for Greenville
last week where she will enter Chicora
College?.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Isboll went to
Seneca Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson, of Tokeona,
spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. P.
H. Isbell.
Herbert Spears and Miss Lida John
son, of Townvillo, wore in town Friday
afternoon. .
Fair Play and Hartwell crossed bats
Friday afternoon. Tho score was 18 and
14 in favor of Fair Play.
The horse traders' convention was in
sessiou here two days last week-Friday
and Saturday. The attendanuo was very
large both days. J. o. c.
Thore'8 dysentery-colic, too,
And cramps; but this remember do,
Though enemies all babes must moot,
"Teethina" will them all defeat.
"Teothina" overcomes and counteracts
tho offeota of the fummer's boat, aids
digestion, regulates tho bowels and
makes toothing easy. Costs only 26 cents.
OFFICIAL RESULT OF SECOND Pi
HF.
NAME OF
VOTING PRECINCT.
Bethlohom.
Belmont.
Cherry Hill.
Clemson College.
Conneross..
Damascus.
Double Springs.
Earle's Mill.
Fair Play.
Fort Madison.
Friendship.
High Falls .
Holly Springs .
Jocasseo.?
Jordania.
Littlo River .
Long Crook .
Newry.
Oak Grove .
Oak way.
Poplar.
Providence.
Retreat.
Riohland.
Salem.
Seneca.
South Union.
Taber.
Tamassee.
Tokeona .
Tugaloo Aoademy.
Walhalla.
Westminster.
West Union.
Totals
We declare tho following elected: I
for Coroner, W. L. Harbin; for Super! nU
missioner, J. R. Zachary.
REV. COIUNB?S WARDLAW
Wants Prayer for a Special Blessing on
Seneca Baptist Church.
Salford, Arizona, September 10, 1004
Dear Courier: I expeotto begin my work
in Seneca, South Carolina, on the second
Sunday in Ootobor. I writ? to ask
through your columns the Christians of
Oconee county to pray for a special
blessing on the work at Soneca, that I
may he prepared for tho work, and that
the hearts of the ohurch members at
Seneoa may be filled with love and ruled
by the Holy Spirit.
I especially desiro that tho pastors of
.Oconee couuty and all Christians shall,
on the morning of the second Sunday in
October, make special prayer for the
service at Seneca, that tho relation of
pastor and people may bo mutually
helpful and prove a blessing to the entire
community. Fraternally,
(Hov.) C. Wardlaw.
?.?>?
Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy.
I have sold Chamborlaln'8 Cough
Remedy for more than twenty years and
it has given entire satisfaction. I have
sold a pile of it and can recommend it
highly.- Joseph Me Killiney, Linton,
Iowa. Y/ou will find this remedy a good
friend when troubled with a cough or
cold. It always affords quick relief and
is pleasant to take. For sale by J. W.
Hell, Walhalla; Seneoa Pharmacy and
W. J. Lunney, Seneca.
Prichard-Boggs.
On Sunday afternoon, September 4,
1004, at 2 o'clock, Miss Dohnia Myers
was seated at the organ and rendered a
beautiful march, while A. N. Priohard
and Miss Annie Dilworth, C. C. Myers
and Miss Lula Hoggs led the way into
tho parlor followed by the bride and
groom, Miss Sallie Priohard and Calhoun
Hoggs, who wore united in holy bonds
of matrimony, Hov. S. A. McDaniel offi
ciating.
Tho bride was attired in a gown of
blue silk, trimmed in white silk and ap
plique, and is the oldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Prichard and ono of To
keona's fairest and loveliest bolles, pos
aossing many sterling qualities. The
groom is a son of John Hoggs, and is
one of Townville's most promising young
farmers.
Tho parlor was prettily decorated with
vines, fermi and flowers with an arch and
letters made of cedar and white petunias
hanging overhead. The room was
darkened and then relighted with Japa
nese lanterns whioh added very much to
the beauty of tho occasion. After con
gratulations were bestowed upon them
many nico and useful presents wore pre
sented to them. Then tho guests wore
led into the diuing room whore refresh
ments wore served.
Tho wedding was a quiet homo affair,
only a few near rolatives and friends
hoing present. Wo congratulate Mr.
Hoggs on winning such a fair and pleas
ant lady for his companion through lifo.
May God ovor bloss thom and bo their,
guide and director through lifo.
flRY ELECTION FOR COUNTY OFFIC!
LD ON TUESDAY, SEPTEM HER 13TH,
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l'or Senate, J. R. Earle; for Sheriff, W. M.
mdent of Eduoation, J. S. Colley; for Tre
M. S. 8TRIBLING, Chairman.
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
Seneca, September 21.-Miss Christine
Diokson bas accepted a position with
W. P. Nimmons.
Miss Fannio Lowery is with Hunter,
Dendy A Co. again.
Miss K)oui8e Harris, of Pendleton, is
staying with Mrs. F. L. Sltton and at
tending the Seneoa High Sohool.
Miss Mary Ligon, of Townville, is the
guost of Miss Ellen Todd.
Misses Mary Cherry and Bessie Norris
are attending tho World's Fair at st.
Louis this week.
Miss Alice Fretwell, an attractive
young lady of Walhalla, was boro a few
hours Friday.
Miss Mattie Lodbettur, of Townvillo,
was in Soneoa a fow hours Friday.
Miss Lillian Caldwoll, after an illness
of Beveral days, is able to be out again,
to the delight of her many friends.
Misses Norma and Lois Gignilliat aro
in Mariotta, Ga., this week with rolatives
and friends.
Misses Eunice and Lalla Ballonger, of
Richland, leave to-day for Greenville,
where they will enter Chioora.
MisscB May Hamilton and Sue Gignil
liat loavo to-day for Columbia, where
they will enter the South Carolina Col
lege for Women.
Miss Janio Gantt, of Pendleton, was
in Seneca shopping a short while Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ashe, after a
pleasant visit of several days as the guest
of the lattor's sister, Miss Stella Fin
cannon, returned to Anderson Sunday
evening. J'
Mrs. M. W. Coleraan^TAtlanta, is tho
guest of Mrs. L. W. Jordan.
Mrs. O. K. Doyle, of Calhoun, was
with relatives and friends here Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Austin and son,
Willio, after spending several days in
St. Louis, taking in tho World's Fair,
have returned horne.
Mrs. J. Frank Alexanderand daughter,
little Miss Franois, of Piedmont, are tho
guests of Mrs. H. F. Alexander.
Mrs. M. E. Sligh, after spending seve
ral weeks in Baltimore, whore she went
to take treatment, has returned home.
Miss Carrie Hunter loaves this morn
ing for Greenville, where she goes to re
enter Chioora.
Mr. and MrB. W. D. Holland Bpent
several days last week at Lavonia, Ga.,
with the former's relatives.
Miss Mary Miles Jordan, of Anniston,
Ala., is the guest of Mrs. L. W. Jordan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Holland delight
fully entertained a numbor of tho young
pooplo on hist. Wednesday ovening.
Mrs. J. R. Falls entertained a numbor
of young ladies on Friday evening in tho
honor of their daughter, Miss Stella.
Among those present w*f,e: Mrs. Laura
Bates, M i Bscs Sallie Mccutcheon, May
Hamilton, Sue and Norma Gignilliat,
Helen Cary, Vera Elrod, Mary Julia
Reid and Stella Falls.
E. A. Wood, of Charlotte, is operator
at the cotton exchange here. Ho has his
oflico in tho Doylo building, with privato
wires from Now York direot to Seneca,
giving all tho cotton markots and trados
Kay; for Supervisor, L. H. V. Hobson;
?surer, W. J. Schroder: for County Com
J. W. REEDER, Secretary.
each day, also Btooks. of ?"nil kiuds are
quoted af tor each trade is mado. Anyone
oan get those quotations free of charge
by oalling at their offloe or by telephon
ing thom. They will take pleasure in
furnishing you with thora. Monsrs. J.
H. Laroubeo ?fe Co. have established a
ootton oxohango in Anderson, and hav
ing a relay offloe hore, they dooidod to
put an office here. W. N. Jnokson, of
Charlotte, spent soveral days hore last
week, representing this eonoern.
John T. 8. Hopkins is makiug Seneca
and Walhalla his headquarters now.
It. P. Tuokor, of Charleston, was in
town Monday on professional business.
Jim Brown, of Central, was in town
Monday on businoss.
C. K. Houohins was in Soneoa Monday
on business.
Glonn Sheldon, of Atlanta, (spout sove
ral days hero last week with friends.
Johnson Reid, of Clemson College,
Bpent Sunday in town with his parents.
Louis Jordan, of Uniou, was hore ?
few days last week with his mother.
F. M. Cunby, of Columbus, On., spent
sevoral days hero laat weok with Mar
shall Jordan.
Thomas S. Perrin, of Atlanta, was in *>
town last Thursday on professional busi
ness.
Charles and ?. Benedict returned to
Nashville. Tenu., last week, after spend
ing tho sumraor in Seneca.
H. J. Gignilliat ?B in Marietta, Ga.,
for a few days on a visit and pleasure
trip.
T. M. Lowery is in St. Louis this
weok, taking in the World's Fair, also on
business through the 8tate of Tennessee.
W. S. Huntor is having his resldenoo
painted, whioh adds vory much to its
appearance
Tho many fripnds of Capt. L? W. Jor
dan, of tho First United States Infantry,
stationed at New York, will be delighted
to know he is hero for a few days. ?
Prof. H. P. Boggs, of Shortoff, N. C.,
is in town for a few days, working in
the interest of the Shortoff College
! I orare Whitworth, of I .livonia, Ga.,
has accoptod a position with W. J.
Lunney.
John Jordan left Sunday evening for
Spartanburg, whoro ho goes to ro-enter
Welford.
Clark HIM hin, of Chattanooga, Tonn.,
is here with relatives and friends.
Ogilvie Todd loaves to-day for Clinton,
whore he goos to enter oollego.
John B. Sitton, of Westminster, spent
Sunday hero with his parents.
T. J. Mauldin, of Picketts, was hore on
Monday on business.
Mrs. D. K. Norris and daughter, Miss
Lillian, of Hiokory Flat, were the guests
of Mrs. J. W. Stribling Monday and Tues
day.
Mrs. Nooly Frierson, of Anderson, is
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Todd.
Tho many friends of Jesse W. Stribling
will bo glud to loam that he is somo
bottor :?t this writing, and his many
friends hopo to seo him able to bo out in
a fow days.
IIUHINKSS CHANOKH AND IMPKOVKMKNTH.
Harper, Boyd ?v Hunt have opened up
a beautiful line of dry goods, notions
and goneral merchandise. They have in
stook most everything anyone oan call
for. Thoy are new morcbants in tho
oity and deserve a portion of your trade.
Earl and Charles Harper, R. H. Boyd
and D. Hunt aro the members of tho new
firm, whioh has opened up in the new
hotel building.
The Sonoca Pharmacy has removed to
tho now hotel building and now havo ono
of the prettiest store rooms in the city.
Tho interior is a beautiful piece of work
and is ono of prettiost llttiBhed rooms for
a first class drugtstore in tho upper part
of South Carolina. In thoir now quarters
thoy will have a drawing placo for new
trade. Leslio Stribling is in charge and
will bo over ready to sorvo his customers.
W. J. Lunney has also made a number
of changes in his drug store in the last
few months, no bas had tho front fitted
; up with plate glass and tho inside has
been remodolcd and has a very neat anti
; attractive appearance New sholving
i and m I ic i improvements have boen mado,
i which is in lino with tho upbuilding of
? our little city.
i Tho work of tearing down'tho brick
; building on tho corner was commenced
; Monday morning, where tho now hank will
be in course of a few months and open
i for business- This will bo one of tho
i finest buildings in the upper part of
i South Carolina, equipped with the latest,
up-to-date fixtures for a banking intuit ti
; Hon. Tho building will be 30x00 feet,
i 2 storios high, with plato glass front, and
will bo an octagon shape on the comer
for tho outrance, which will bo a very
attractive piece of work whon completed
and will be tho lino,.I bnilding in Ocenee.
; The bank ..iii bo open fur businesn
about January 1,1005. Next door above
; the bank will bo a store room tbe samo
size as tho bank, whioh will be ene of
the t>est stands in the oity for a mor
ch. S It is hoped that the second floor
i wil' be fitted up for an opera house,
wh h would fill a long-felt want. It
i w ld be ?, pleasant announcement to
Iou citizens to hear of this intention.
Let is make an effort to sooure it.
!.. H. O.
-Phone No. 12 for your drugs, or let
us call your dostor for yon.
The Seneca Pharmacy, Scneoa.

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