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TOlSPXiAY OF BflJLi&INlSlftY.
A HARVEST
of Fall "Hat Fancies" will "be shown iii our
splendid display on Friday and Saturday
of this week. Remember the days
OCTOBER 7 and S.
Critical eyes of fashionable dressers are
admiring the good taste displaj'ed in our
FALL, STYLE: HATS.
Autumn Hats, nobby and stylish from brim
to orown. Every conceivable shape which
fashion has decreed proper, at quick good
bye prices. & Remember the dates and
give vj s a call.
Very respectfully,
JAYNBS ?fe CjARWOOI), WALHALLA.
SPECIAL SHOWING OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S JACKETS
AND DRESS GOODS ON THESE TWO DAYS.
Wav?l mxb personal.
-Buggios, harness, White Hickory
waRons. T.JE. Alexander, Walhalla.
- Important Hoptasoph meeting to
morrow i nie, ht. Every member urged to
attend.
- Miss bert ltutledgo is visiting her
brothers, Kreil and "Hub" Rutledge, of
Aikon.
-Don't buy your fall shoes until you
seo mo. .lohn K. Craig.
-Hov. D. P. Dearden will preach at
Wolf Stake church on tho third Sunday
in this month at 11 o'clock.
-Hamlet Harvey and Miss Nieey Hood,
both of Westminster, were married Sop- ?
tomber 28th by Hov. II. 0. Grossman.
-All the latest notions in dress trim
mings. Special prices for opening-Oc
tober 7 and S.J^R. P. Cochran, Soneca.
- Miss Hlancho Wall, of Clayton, Ga., ?
accompanied hy her mother, spent a few
days in Walhalla this week visiting Mrs.
E. A. Bell.
-Soveral houses and lots in Seneca for
sale hy J. H. Adams, Soneca; also, tw? Ive
farms near Seneca. Seo advertisement.
-W. F. Ostondorlf and I). W. Ohlandt,
of Cl arloston, spent several days at tho
Walhalla Hotel last week among friends.
-Special pricos will prevail through
out thej house Friday and Saturday,
October 7th and Sth. You can't afford
to miss them. Jayn.es & Garwood.
-Lunney, the druggist, at Seneca,
"talks soap" this week. Hoad his ad.
and call on him?! Everything in tho drug
lino.
-W. L. ballengor returned last woek
from a visit to tho World's Fair. Ho
took in the Mammoth Cavo on his re
turn.
-Seaborn bros.'s millinery opening,
Thursday and Friday, October 7 and 8.
- Hov. K. G. Finlay will preach in tho
Episcopal church next Sunday night at
S o'clock. Kveryone is cordially invited
to attend.
- Mrs. H. H. YanDiviore and children,
aftor spending some tune with Mrs. H. S.
Yan Diviere, returned last Sunday to
their home in Savannah.
- If yon are in the market for rugs call
and see|our lino. .lohn F. Craig.
-Miss lindie Duff, music teacher in
the Cedar Springs Institute, spent seve
ral days here visiting Miss Fannie Crisp,
returning yesterday morning,
-Misses Annie Crisp and Katie [tobins
loft yesterday morning for t odar Springs,
.S. C., where they w ill resume their studies
in the Cedar Springs Institute.
-.lohn Carter, of Gainesville Qa., was
in Walhallajlasl saturday looking after
business interests, and spent Sunday
with the family of his son, Frank ll.
Cartor.
- Largo ?limd'stationery, school sup
plies, etc. Call and see them at Wal
halla?Drug Co.
- A congregational meeting will bo
held in the Luthoran church next Sunday
immediately after morning services. All
members} arc (urgently requested to bo
present.
-Chas. W. Pitchford, who has for
some time been running as baggage mas 1
tor on the blue bulge, has been trans
ferred to thc Southern, between GrOCn
ville and?Atlnnta.
-For ?ale-.Fifteen bushels extra lino
seed wheat. John Joo.st, Walhalla.
- Rev. Rhett Doyle will preach at Fair
view next .Sunday at :t..'JO o'clock p. m.,
and at Newry at 7..'!0 p. m. A hearty
welcome awaits all who fool disposed to
attend these services.
-lluntor, Dendy A Co., of Seneca, di
rect attention to their largo now stock of
millinery and fancy dry goods. They
have a number of bargains in various
lines. (Jail and seo thom boforo buying.
-800 bushels wiatt r grazing oats for
sale at 7."> cents per bushel at J. P, Stab
ling's, Richland, S. C.
-J. W. Byrd & Of , of Seneca, ask a
fair share of your fall trade. Thoy havo
prepared to meet tho wants of all custo
mers and will bo pleased to havo you call
on thom. Read their advertisement.
-Gorman services and tho Lord's Sup
per in the Lutheran church Sunday morn
ing. At the close of (ierman services
any one wishing to commune in English
will have an opportunity to do so. Offer
ings for missions.
-The latest patterns and styles in mil
linery at Seaborn Pros. Opening days
Thursday and Friday, October 7 and 8.
-James 1. Greer, of Atlanta, who was
called to his homo in Groonvillo on thc
sad death of his father, which occurred
Septombor 23, spent a day or two in
Walhalla last week on his return to hit
post of duty in Atlanta.
-There will bo an all-day singing al
Flat Shoals school houso next Sunday
October 0, and at Bethlehem on th(
third Sunday, tho Kith, conducted by J. F
Morton, A. L. Rowland and F. A. Davis
Dinner will bo served on tho grounds a
both places.
-Slates, tablets, writing paper, pon t
ink, otc., at Walhalla Drug Co.
-Anderson Mail, October 1 : "Rev. li
L. Prince, whoso health has been fccbl
for sumo time, will leavo to-day for ;
camping trip to tho mountains of Weston
North Carolina, going tlrst to Highland*
Ho carries two wagons and a servant an
is well equipped."
-The fourth quarterly oonferenoe fe
tho Walhalla circuit will be hold wit
/.ion chuicn Saturday and Sunday, Oct?
bor 15 and Pl. Tho business of the mee
ing will bo transacted Saturday aftei
noon. Kev. K. A. Child will preach bot
days at ll a. m. All invited.
- If you don't object to a saving on tli
price of your fall hat come boro for i
Our opening Friday and Saturday.
Jaynes A (larwood.
- Mr. and Mrs. Carsten Oelkers, <
Summerville, have recently moved I
Walhalla and expect to mako this the
home. Mr. and Mrs. 1!. I). Oelkers, wi
have been residing here, moved recont
to Ilendersonville, N, C., where M
Oelkers has gone into business.
-Don't fail to see our bargain ribboi
October 7 and s. K. P. Cochran, Son ec
-Thc Seneca Pharmacy this week i
vites your attention. They talk to y<
through a half-page ad. in The Courier
and their ad. is brim-full of informath
as to bargains in the various lines carril
by them. Road and call on them at tlx
new stand in the new hotel building,
good share of your patronage will bo a
O ociatcd.
-Seo our millinery and prices and yi
will believe what we say.
Jaynes A Garwood.
We are Here to Serve You!
Wi tl) tho n '*t complote lino Of Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet
and Fancy Articles. Tobaccos and Cigars that money can buy.
We have the best line of Stationery ami ?School Supplies in Walhalla.
If you aro going to Paint anything, from an OLD CHAIR to a
MANSION, wo can furnish you tho
Best Paint for the Business.-^
All Proscriptions filled hy a Registered Pharmacist.
Pricoe always right.
By-"?KST IN EVERYTHING.".^!
WALHALLA DRUG COMPANY,
X>a,rby?s Ola Stand.
-He Bure to call at Seaborn Bro?, for
your fall millinory.
-C. B. Houohius will loave tbis after
noon on au extended trip North on busi
ness.
-Peggy from Paris and all tho latest
fads in ladies' purses. Ootobor 7 ami y.
H. P. < m'h i an, Seneca.
- I 'lens Allen bas resumed his studios
in the Cedar Springs Institute.
-For sale-A good ??-horse wagon.
Apply to C. B. Oobmig.
-II. A. II. Gibson, Esq., is spending
a few (lays in Columbia with relatives.
- Misses Ida and Anna Aloxnndor have
returned toi Walhalla to attend tho
Graded School.
-A hat is a hat, but there is a differ
ence in them. Ours are up-to-date.
, ' J nynes ?fe Garwood.
-.II. M. Tucker, Jr., and Karlo Sloan.
Statu Geologist, of Charleston, aro spend
ing a fewplays iu Walhalla.
-See ad mioistrator'a salo and notico
to debtors aud creditors, published in
another column of this issue
-See| our corset and waist form dis
play Ootober 7 and 8.
B. P. Cochran, Scuocn.
-Mrs. Elizabeth Seawrite, of Donald's,
visited at the homo of her cousin, C. A.
Hurton, a few days this week.
-Jayncs ami Garwood's millinery
opening October 7 and S-Friday and
Saturday. Head ad. and seo them.
-Jaynes and ( Garwood's millinery
oponing ! Friday and Saturday of this
week. Styles aud prices right.
-C. W. Pitchford Co. are ready with
their largo |fall stock of dress gooda and
notions. They carry a full stock in all
lines. Be (sure to seo them.
-Ja?. Thompson, I). D. G. C., and W.
L. Vernor, C. C. of Walhalla Lodge, at
tended tho) ?dist riet Knights of Pythias
meeting in Anderson yesterday.
-Got your school supplie? at tho Wal
halla|Drug Co., Darby's old stand.
- Miss Amy Hughs, daughter of W. II.
Hughs, of Richland, has re-ontored tho
Walhalla Graded School, She is staying
at tho home of Maj. S. P. Dendy.
-All persons desiring tho enforcement
of tho (dispensary law will pleasosend in
formation to J. T. S. Hopkins, Stato Con
stable, Seneca, S. C. Phono No. 50.
-Buy a rug at our special prico salo,
October 7 and s. R, P. Cochran, Soneca.
-N. L. Fant is enjoying a fow days
rest from tho arduous duties as poBtnl
clerk on the Blue Ridge Railroad. L. F.
Carpenter, of Anderson, is tilling his
place.
-Mrs. Dr. C. W. Gentry, of Knoroe,
S. C., is visiting her parents. Maj. and
Mrs. S. P. Dendy, of Midway. Mer many
frionds iu Walhalla will bo delighted to
moot her again.
-Dress'goods exhibit. Prices a spo
cial attraction. October 7 and 8.
R. P. Cochran, Seneca.
-Harper, Boyd & Hunt request a share
of your patronage. Thoy havo mado
special efforts to please i" itylo, prico and
quality in all lines. When in Sonoca
give them a call.
-Miss Susie Jones, of Hodges, is
teaching a music class at tho homo of C.
A. Hurton. Although blind, Miss Jones
is an accomplished teacher, and has groat
SUCCOSB with her pupils.
-Jaynes A Garwood buy their hats of
makers that have a roputatiou.
-Tho ladies of tho Woman's Homo
Mission Society of tho Millville church
will give a box supper on the evoning of
October 11th, This is for Home Mis
sions. All arc urged to lend a helping
hand in this good cause.
-Best line of rugs tiver shown in Wal
halla. John F. Craig.
-Henry C. Payne, Postmaster General
and member of the National Republican
Committee, died at the Arlington Hotel,
in Washington, 1). C., October 4th, after
an illness of several days. Ile was sixty
years old.
- A meeting will commeoco in tho
Riohland Presbyterian church Thursday
night before the third Sabbath of this
month. The pastor will he assisted hy
Hov. S. J. Cartledge, of Anderson. All
are invited to attend the meeting.
-You can seo a touch of New York by
visiting our pattern hat room October 7
and 8. R. P. Cochran, Sonoca.
- On Wednesday, September 28th, 1004,
at. Piokons, S. C.. Thomas J. Mauldin
was married to Miss Frances Miles Ila
good, daughter of the late Col. J. E,
Hagood. ot* Charleston. The bride is a
lady of rare accomplishments, and tho
groom is a prominent member of tho
Pickons Bar. The Courier joins many
friends in extending congratulations and
host w ishes.
TO CURB A COLD IN OIVI? DAV.
Take LAXATIVE Bit'oMo QuiNINK Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it fails
to cure. F W. Grovo's sign?t uro is on
each box. 25c.
Forty Firemen Overcome by Ammonia.
New York, September SO.-Nearly a
tpiarter of a million dollars' loss was
caused hy a li io In the big block of meat
packing houses and refrigerating plants
in Tenth avenue, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth streets. Starting lato last
night, the fire humed steadily through
tho night, before it was brought under
control late to-day. Tho Raines law
hotel of D. F. Cunningham and two four
story buildings occupied by T. A.
Wheeler A Co., and the G. II. Hammond
company, were practically destroyed.
The 'OHS to tho Cudahy company is esti
mated to roach $125,000, ann that to tho
others between $75,000 and * 100,000.
Bursting ammonia pipes and tanks,
masses of soft coal which caught fire and
sent forth choking gases and buildings
that wont up like tinder boxes made the
firo ooo of tho worst with which thc
liromon have had lo contend with in a
long timo. Noarly two scoro firomou
woro overe?me by tho fumes, hut all
woro afterwards able to return to thoir
work. Tho firo broke out again this
afternoon, but was finally gotten under
control.
Fair Play Porsonals.
Fair Play, October 8.-Owing to the
absenoe of the pastor, Hov. Mr. Ilerrou,
tuore was no service at tho Baptist
cbureb Sunday.
We aro very glad to say the work on
the new Presbyterian church luis ooin
moueed.
Mrs. O. F. Isboll 4s dangerously ill at
tho present writing, but. under thc skill
ful treatment of Dr. J. H. Hollor wo hope
for her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. S. J. Harriss, of South Union, is
spending awbilo boro, having beon called
to tho bedside of her sick mother.
Miss Abaleua Smith is on tho sick list.
The Jolly Girls' Club is planning to
organizo a library at its next meeting,
which, will bo hold next Friday.
M. C. Harton and his lovely brido havo
returned from St. Louis, aud wo aro
moro than pleased to welcomo this fair
brido into our midst. Wo sincoroly ex
tend to this couplo our best wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Isboll have moved
to Seneca. Mrs. Isbell has accepted a
position in Mrs. K P. Cochran's store.
Much success to them in their now homo.
Walter Heller, of Alpiuo, spent Friday
with relatives boro.
Miss Hattie Wright has gone to La
vonia, t?a., to spend two or three months.
While away sho will study music under
tho instruction of hor sister, Mrs. CD.
Knox.
Miss Emily Compton is at homo to tho
delight of her friends, after teaching a
summer school at Poplar Springs, near
Walhalla.
Miss Alice Smith spent last week with
relatives in Townvillo.
The trustees of tho Fair Play school
are having the school house painted, and
when it is finished it will add greatly to
tho appearance of tho town. Wo think
there can bo uothiug in a community to
show a higher mark of civilization than
nico churches and school houses.
Sirs. D. V. Wright and daughter, Miss
Dolly, spout ono day last wook with Mrs.
J. O. Thompson.
Stephen Mared spent last week with
friends near Westminster.
Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Shirley visited
relatives boro rocontly.
Among tho visitors boro last Sunday
wore: K. W. Marett, Clinton Harris, C.
F. Davis and Misses Cornelia aud Ada 1
Mareil, of Westminster; Miss Sallie
Shirley, of Townvillo; tho MisseB Cromer
and brother, of Double Springs; Misses
Annie Lee, May Malone, Laura Marett
and brother, Paul, of South Union, and
L. S. Boleman, of Heed's Creek.
Tho farmers in this community seem
to bc very busy picking cotton.
Thorn are two ginneries in operation
hero now and they aro kopt quito busy.
Wo wcro pleased to seo our supej'in
tendont, H. H. Maret t, at Sunday school
yesterday, after an absouco of several
Sundays. J, o. c.
Doa't be a Clam.
A clam a thousand years ago, was as
now, and a thousand years boneo will bo
tho samo.
Keep up in tho race. Uso modern
paints, as t hey aro suro to woar. White
lead made into paint by hand labor be
longs to tho past. It's a clam. It chalks.
It leta the wood rot.
We will give a liberal quautity of L. <fc
M. Paint free, to throo property owners
who paint their houses with L. A M.
within next thirty days.
It's lead and ziuc. It's non-chalkablo.
lt's tbo cheapest. Takes tho least,
livery gallon must bo mixed with nearly
a gallon of oil, making paint cost less
than $1.25 a gallon.
Tho L. ?fe M. will bo sold by a local
dealer or direct, address Longman A'
Martinez, Now York, paint makers for
fifty years.
C. W. Pitchford Co., Walhalla.
Shot Him Six Timos and Was Killod.
Sumter, September 20.-Sam F. Hurst,
town marshal of Mayesvillo, was killed
at 12.2(1 last night by J. Ed. Anderson,
tho railroad agent at that place. Hurst
m.eh threats against Anderson during
the evening, and waited on the platform
until he started homo. Hurst is said to
havo provoked tho ditliculty and ad
vanced on Anderson with a pistol. An
derson shot bim six times with a Colt's
automatic pistol, every h?llet passing
through Hurst's body. Hurst's pistol
was found laying by his body.
. ^
A correspondent at Clemson College
writes as follows: Tho football pros
pects grow more and moro encouraging
daily as the team rouuds into shape.
Coaches Shealy and Maxwell aro getting
in some good work these days, and will
have the tigers in form for tho first gamo
the ,sth instant. Tho game announced in
this correspondence for the lirst of Octo
ber with the North Carolina A. & M. eol
logo will not bo played until Thanks
giving Day in Raleigh. The lirst game,
therefore, will ho the one with tho Uni
versity of Alabama in Birmingham on
October 8th.
THE LA DT ES favor painting their
ohurobes, and ^therefore we urge every
minister to remember we give a lib?rai
quantity of the Longman ?ft Martino*
paint toward the painting.
Wears aud eovers liko gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallou for Linseed
Oil (worth 00 cents), which you do when
you buy othor paiuts in a can . with a
paint label ou it.
8 and 0 make fourteen, therefore when
you waut fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of L. & M., and mix six gal
lons puro linseed oil with it, and thus
get paint at les? than $1.20 por gallou.
Mauy houses are well painted with four
gallon? of L. <v M. and three gallons if
liuscod oil mixed thorewitb.
Wears und eovors like gold.
These celebrated paint? aro sold by C.
A\. Pitchford Co., Wal balla, S. C.
The Law to be Vindicated.
Darliugtou, October 1.-Tho trial of
Sam Marks and Mose Ham, tho two ne
groes charged with murdering Hill
Langston on September 15, closed this
afternoon at 5 o'elock when tho jury
rond', il a verdict of guilty with recom
mendation to m (?rey as to Mo80 Hail).
The court room was paeked with people
anxious to hear tho soutenco imposed.
Judge Aldrich very solemnly sentenced
Sam Mai ks to be banged November ll
and Meso Ham to hard labor for lifo in
tho Penitentiary.
Town Marshal, H. C. Cash, of Olivo
Sprints, Toun., waa rm intered last week
by William Wost, son of a druggist of
that place. Cash was on his way to au
entertainment with bia son, six years
old, when West stopped ont from a cor
ner aud tired four shots at Cash, killing
him instantly. Groat indigestion was
caused by tho murder. No reason is
known for it.
How
About
How about some oloan, puro
Groceries?
How about gome Tinware?
How about oonoo "Checks" for
the madam aud the children?
You will find these things at
lowest prices by coming to see me.
I '.ri ng your ChiokenB, Turkeys,
Geese, Guineas, etc., to me and
you will be sure to bring the
again. Highest prices for all pr
duce. .
I
I oan save you Roroothing on
the tilings necessary 'or life.
Give mo a call.
E. C. MANN,
West Union,
S. C.
I MicKler's Old Stand.
Grand Opening of
New Fall Dry Goods.
Our line is by far tho host that wo have over shown, and you will
say tho Hamo if you will como and go through with us. Tho di?plr.y
of fino Dross Goods aud Trimmings is simply gorgeous, and will not
bo equaled in tho country. Do us tho kindness to look boforo buying.
Wo have many new bargains that will bo snapped up quickly.
Como and got a shai o while they last.
Our buyer, while in Now York, socurod some goodB that had
boen in a tire aud wero slightly wot, but aro still as good as now.
Among thoso is a lot of Mon's Work Shirts in Flannelettes and buck
skin to go for '20c. each.
A lot of boys' Shirts and Waists which wy olfor at 20c.
2,000 yards of Embroidery to go at ono price-5c. per yard.
Turo Silk Umbrellas, in good grade, slightly damaged, for only
75c. each.
Call and soo tho many good things we have to show you,
HUNTER, DENDY & CO.,
SENECA, ?. CJ.
P. S.-Just rocoivod a car of lino first-class Salt that wo offer at 46o. per 100
pounds while it lasts.
WE ARE NOW READY
00
with Our Fall StocK
of Winter Goods.
DRESS GOODS.
Woollen Goods in Colors, consisting
of BROADCLOTH,
FRENCH FLANNELS,
SERGES, HENRIETTAS.
Big Line of Ladies' and
Children's Jackets.
CLOTHING TO SLIT EVERYBODY
boys' anil Children's Suits-tho Mrs.
Jane Hopkins make-guaranteed tho
best.
WK SELL THE K It 11' V K N 1)0 It F F
DITTMAN SHOKS FOR LADIES.
SEE OUR R A G CORSETS.
Ask for tho Tapering Waist-the
most popular corset on tho markot.
m
C. W. Pitchford Company,
SHOES
^LADIES'
SHOES
THESE BRANDS OF SHOES
have so successfully established theil* clniins as
tho best Shoes, at the price, that they
pre-eminently tho idol of every wearer,
piece Leather Innersoles. Leather
that make tho greatest selling
LINK OF
TO THE TRADE. RUY A
-For Salo by
"Roxie Ward,
Dixie Girl,
High Point,
Dolly Dean,
Southern King,
Good Welt,
Wear Well,
Lone Jack,
Uneeda Pair.
have silenced thoir rivals and stand
Made of Solid Leather Counters, ono
Back-stays aro points of advantago
SHOKS KNOWN
FAIR AND BK CONVINCED.
-For Salo by
J. T. Lawrence & Co., Seneca, S. C.
SHOES
MEN'S
SHOES
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