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I>i&i*juAY 01^ FALL MILLINKHY.
A HARVEST
of Fall >kHat Fancies" will be shown in om*
splendid display on Friday and Saturday
of this week. Remember the days
OCTOBER 7 and ?.
Critical eyes of fashionable dressers are
admiring the good taste displayed in our
FALL STYLE; HATS.
Autumn Hats, nobby and stylish from brim
to crown. Every conceivable shape which
fashion has decreed proper, at quick good
bye prices. j& Remember the dates and
give us a call.
Very respectfully.
IIAYM:S Si iwA lt WOOD, WALHALLA.
SPECIAL SHOWING OK LADIES' AM) CHILDREN'S JACKETS
AND DRESS GOODS ON THESE TWO DAYS.
.ffocal aub personal.
-buggies, harness, White Hickory
wagons. T.JE. Aloxmulor, Walhalla.
-. I m por tn tri [io|Vtasoph mooting to
morrowJttiglit. Kvory member urged to
attend.
- Miss Hort Itutlodgo is visiting hor
brothers, Prod and '.Hub" Uutlodgo, <>f
Aiken.
-Don't buy your fall shoes until you
see mo. John K. Craig,
- Kev. 1). [\ Heardcn will preach at
Wolf Stake chu rob ott tho third Sunday
in this month at ll (?clock.
- Hamlet Harvey and MissNicoy Hood,
both <>f West minster were married Sep
tember'J.s; li by Kev. ll. c. Grossman,
- All the latest notions in dress trim
mings, Special prices for opening- Oc
tober 7 and 8.CJlt? '*. Coohrntl, Seneca.
- Miss blanche Wall, of Clayton, (?a.,
accompanied hy her motlier, spent a few
days in Walhalla this week visiting ?Mrs,
K. A. Kel'.
-Several llOUROR and lots in Seneca for
sale by .1. II. Adams, Seneca: also, twelve
farms near Seneca. See advertisement.
W. K. (Mendorf?' and 1 >. W. Ohiandt,
of Charleston, spent several days at tho
Walhalla Ilotei Inst week anion?; friends.
- Special prices will ?nevail through'
ont thol house friday and Saturday,
October 7th and sth. You can't Afford
to miss them. Jaynos & Garwood.
- Lumley, the druggist, at Seneca,
"talks soap" this week. Rond his ad.
and call on Itim.C Kverything itt the drug
line.
-Wi Ii. ilnllcugor returned Inst week
from a visit lo the World's Fair. Ile
took in the Mammoth ( ave on his re
turn.
-Seaborn Lros.'s millinery opening,
Thursday and friday, october 7 ami 8.
- Kev. K. li. Kinlay will preach in thc
Kpiscopal church next Sunday night at
S o'clock, Kvcryone is. cordially invited
to at tem!.
- Mrs. I.. IC. Yan I >i viere ami child roil,
after spending some tune with Mrs. II. S.
VnnDivioro, returned last sunday to
then hotne ir, Savannah,
- If yon are in the market for rugs cnll
and ROOloitr lino. .lohn Craig.
Miss lladie Dull, music teai her m
the Cedar Springs Institute, spent seve
ral days here visiting Miss l/annie Crisp,
returning yesterday morning.
- Misses Atltlio Crisp mid Katie hollins
left yesterday morning for Codm Springs,
S. I '., where they will IOS ll mo their studies
in the Cedar Springs Institute.
-John Carter, of Gainesville, fla., was
ill Walhalla!last Saturday looking after
business interests, ami spent Sunday
with the family of his son, Frank II.
( 'arter.
-Large ,line|'st;itioiiery, school sup
plies, etc. ( all and sec them at Wal
hallajDrug ( <..
- A congregational meeting will bo
held in the I .ut lin an ch inch next Sunday
immediately after morning services. Ml
ihemborsj an-1urgently requested to he
pi osonl,
.-Clins, W. Pitchford, who has for
.some time lu en running as haggage mas
ter on the Hine Ridge, has been trans
fm ri il io 11 ie Southern, botwoon Green
ville ntidJAtlatita.
--Fm-sale--Fifteen bushels ox tra rino
seed wheat. John loost, Walhalla.
-Kev. Uliotl Doyle v !1 preach ?it Fair
view next Sunday at " !" o'clock p. m..
and al Newry a?. 7.80 p. m. A hearty
welcome awaits all who fool disposed to
attend those services.
- Mantel, Dendy A- CO., of Seneca, di
rect attention to their large new stock of
millinery and fancy dry goods. They
have a numher of bargains in various
hm s. <'all and see them before buying.
-800 bushels winter grazing oats for
sale at 7*> cents ncr bushel at .1. 1*. Strib
ling's, Richland, S. C.
, -.1. W. Byrd & Co., of Seneca, ask a
fair share of your fall trade. They have
prepared to meet the wants of all custo
mers and will bo pleased to bava- you call
on them. Road thoir advertisement.
Cern?an services and thc bord's Sup
per in the Lutheran church Sunday morn
, ing. At thc ( lose ot (?crinan services
, any one wishing to commune in Knglisli
will have an opportunity todo so. Oller
bigs for missions,
j -The latest patterns and styles in mil
linory at Seaborn bros. (?pening days
Thursday ami Friday, October 7 ami 8.
- .lames I. (ticer, of Atlanta, who wai
called to his homo in Greenville on tin
sad death of bis father, which ooeurrci
September lid, spent a day or two ii
Walhalla last week on his return to hi
post of duty in Atlanta.
-There will he an all-day singing a
Plat Shoals school house next Sunday
Ootobor .. and at bethlehem on th
third Sunday, thc Kith, conducted by .J. h
Morton. A. I.. Rowland ami F. A. Davit
Dinner will be served on the grounds a
both places.
Slates, tablets, writing paper, pom
ink, ote., at Walhalla Drug Co.
-Anderson Mail, October 1 ? "Kev. N
I,. Prince, whose health has been fcebl
for some time, will leave to-day for
camping trip to thc mountains of Wester
North Carolina, going first to Highland:
He carries two wagons and a servant an
is well equipped."
-Tho fourth quarterly con for once fi
the Walhalla ein nit will bc held wit
J /ion church Saturday and Sunday. Ocb
i ber 1") and 10. Tho business of the mee
ing will bc transacted Saturday aft?
noon Kw. R, A. Child will preach hoi
days at 11 a. m. All invited.
- If you don't object to a saving on tl
price of ymir fall hat conic hero for i
Our opening Friday and Saturday.
Jayncs A Gai wood.
- and Mrs. Carsten Oolkors,
SlimmorvlKo, h..ve recently moved
Walhalla ac exp ? t to make this tin
home. Mr. ami Mrs. R. D. Oolkors, wi
have been residing cere, moved recent
to Iloiidersonvillo, \. c., where N
Oolkors has gone Into business.
- Don't fail to sec our bargain ri hbo
October 7 ami 8. U. K. Cochran, Senet
--The Seneca Pharmacy this week
vites your attention. They talk to y
through a half-page ad. in Th? Oom ici
ami their ail. is brim full of informa ti
as to bargains in tb" various lines earn
by them, bead and call on them at th
new stand in the new hotel building,
good share ol' your patronage will bc I
prociated,
-Sec om millinery and juices ami y
will believe what wa- say.
Ji n?s ,v Garwood
We are Here lo Serve You !
With tli? tn.sst complote UDO of furo Dings, Paton! Medicine?, Toilet
ami Fancy V v ies. Tobaccos and Cigars that money can buy.
Wo have thf List line of Stationery and ?School Supplies in Walhalla.
If you are going to faint anything, from an OLD ( HA IK to a
MANSION, we can linnish you the
Best Paint for tho Business.^
All f inscriptions tilled by a l!cgi?tered Pharmacist.
Prices always right.
jgf"?EST IN EVKRYTIIINO."?flP?
WALHALLA DRUG COMPANY,
Darbys <>1<1 Hlnnd.
- Mo Hiiro to call at Seaborn Bros. for
your a!> millinery.
-C. lt. UouchiuK will leave this after
noon on an extended trip North on busi
ness.
- Poggy from Paris ami all the latest
fads in ladies' purses. October 7 and 8.
lt, I '. ( odo ;m, Seneca.
- Pleas Allen has resumed his studios
in tho Cedar Springs Institute.
- For sale-A good 2-h orso wagon.
Apply to C. I), i lehmig.
-H. A. II. Gibson, Ksq., is spending
a few days in Columbia with relatives.
- Misses Ida and Anna Alexander have
returned to| Walhalla to attend thc
Oracled School.
A bal is a hat, bul there is a ll i If Ol
euee lu them. Ours are up-to-date.
.!.tynes .V Oarwood.
- II. M. Tucker, Jr., and Karlo Sloan.
Slate < ioologlst, of ( bal lest?n, aie spend
ing a tewplays in Walhalla.
-Soe administrator's sale and notice
to dobtor8 and creditors, published in
another column of this issue.
-Sce| our corset and waist form dis
play Ootohor 1 and S,
Et. P. Cochran, Seneca.
- Mrs. Elizabeth Soawrlte, of Donald's,
visited at the home of her cousin, C. A.
Hulton, a few days this week.
-Janies and Cai wood's millinery
??pening October 7 and 8-Friday and
..saturday, l?ead ad. and sci' them.
-J ay n os and Garwood's millinery
opening'Friday and saturday of this
week, styles ami prices right.
-C. W. Pitchford Co. are ready with
their largo Itali slock ol* dress goods and
notions. 'I'llOJ carry a full stock in all
lines. BC|Sliro to see them.
-.las. Thompson. I). D. C. C., and W.
L. Veiner. C. C. of Walhalla hod RC, at
tended tho" ?district Knights of Pythias
meeting in Anderson yesterday.
-(Jot your school supplies at the Wal
halla) Drug Co., Darby's old stand.
\ -Miss Amy Hughs, daughter of VY. II.
Hughs, of Richland, has re-entered the
Walhalla Graded School. She is staying
at the home of Maj. S P. Dendy.
-All persons desiring the enforcement
of tho|dlsponsary law will j lease send in
formation to J, T. S. Hopi ins, Stat*- Con
j stable, Seneca, S. C. Phone No. ">o.
- Buy a rug at our special price sale.
October 7 and 8. lt. 1'. Cochran, Seneca
- N. L. Fnnt is enjoying ?\ few day?
ros! front the arduous dutj^'-s as postal
clerk on thc Dine Itidge Railroad, I.. F
Carpenter, of Ai.dotson, is Idling hit
place.
-Mrs. Dr. C. W. Gentry, of Knoree
S. C.. is visiting her parents. Maj. ami
Mrs. s. P. Dendy. of Midway. Her man j
fi lends in Walhalla will lie delighted t<
meet her again.
- Drcss'goods exhibit. Prices a spe
ci.il attraction. October! and 8.
lt. 1'. < Cochran, Seneca.
- Harper, Boyd St Hunt request a shan
of your patronage. They have mad<
special efforts to please in style, price am
quality in all linos. When in Sonoci
give them a call.
- Miss Susie .Iones, of Hodges, i
teaching a music class at tin- homo of C
A. Horton. Although blind. Miss Jone
is an accomplished teacher, and has grea
success with ber pupils.
-JayilCfl iV ('atwood buy their hats o
makers that have a reputation.
-Tin* ladies of tho Woman's Hom
Mission Society of the Millville ohurol
will give a box supper on the evening o
october 1Mb. This is for Home Mis
sinus, All are urged to lend a bi lpin:
baud in this good cause.
- Pest line of rugs ever shown in Wal
halla. John P. Craig.
Henry c. Payne, Postmaster Gonora
and mo m nor of the National Itopu bliest
Comniittoo, died at the Arlington Hotel
in Washington, I >. C., Ootohor Ith, afte
till illness ol' several (lays. Ile was sixt
years old.
- A meeting will commence in th
Richland Presbyterian church Thureda
night before (lie third Sabbath of toi
month. The pastor will be assi.ttod 0
Hov. S. J. Cartledge, of Anderson. Al
are invited to attend the mooting.
-You can see a touch of New York h
visiting our pattern hat room October
and 8, H. I'. Cochran, Seneca.
tin Wednesday, september 28th, I'."1
at Picketts, S.C.. Thomas J. Mauhli
was married to Miss Francos Miles lb
good, daughter of the late Col. J. |<
Ilagood, of Charleston. The bride is
lady of rare accomplishments, anil th
groom is a prominent member of th
Picketts Har. The Courier joins mau
friends in extending congratulations an
best wishes.
TO ( i itt: A (to?<I? IN OM: DAV
Take I \: I Tl VI ?im.MO <(>r 1 MN i: Tablet
All druggists refund the mohoy " ll fell
. ure. li, W. Grove's signature is o
each box. 2?c,
Forly Firemen Overcome by Ammonia.
New \ oik, September iii),- Nearly
quarter of a million dollars' loss wi
caused by a lire in the big block of me;
packing houses and rofrigorating plan
in Tenth avenue, between Thirteenth ai
Po ur teen th streets, starting late la
night, tho fire burned stondily throne
the night, before it was brought undi
control bile to-day. The. Haines la
hotel ot ii. v. Cunningham ami two fou
story buddings occupied by T. /'
Wheeler A Ci,., and th. ... ll. Mammon
company, were pra< tically dcstroyei
The loss to the ('udahy company is est
mated to reach $12o,(XX), and that to tl
others between ?75,000 and I?100,000.
I lu rating ammonia pipes ami tank
masses of soft coal which caught (ire ?in
sent forth choking gases timi buildim
that went up like lindei boxes made tl
lire one of the worst, with which tl
bremen have had to contend with in
long time. Nearly two acoro flromc
wero overcome by the fumes, but a
were afterwards anio to return to the
work. The fire broke out again tb
afternoon, but was finally gotten undi
control.
Fair Play Personals.
Fair Flay, October 8.-Owing to tho
absence of the pastor, ROT. Mr. Herron,
there was DO service at the Baptist
ohuroh Sunday.
Wc are very glad to say the work on
tho new Pres by terian church has oom*
inenccd.
Mrs. o. F. [shell-is dangerously ill at
the present wrltiug, but under the skill
ful treatment o? Dr. J. lt. Holler WO hopo
for ber a speedy recovery.
Mrs. S. J, Blirriss, Of South Uniou, is
spending aw bib? here, having been called
to the bedside Of ber sick mother.
Miss Abalen;?. Smith is on tho sick list.
Tho Jolly Girls' Club is planning to
organise a library at its next meeting,
which will bo held next Friday.
M. C. Harton and his lovely bruie have
returned from St. Louis, and wo aro
more thai pleased to welcome this fair
bride into our midst. We sincerely ex
tend to this couple our best wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. [shell have moved
to Seneca. Mrs. [sholl has accepted a
position in Mrs. K P. Cochran's store.
Much success to them lu their new home.
Walter Heller, Of Alpine, spent Friday
with rotatives hero.
Miss Hattie Wright has gone to La
vonia, tia., to spend t wo or throo months.
While away she will study music under
the itlstl'UOtion Of ber sister. Mis. C. L.
K mix,
Miss I'.inily Compton is nt home to the
dolight ol ber friends, after teaching a
summer seht ?1 al Poplar Splines, near
Walhalla.
Miss Aliee Smith spent last week with
relatives in Towuvllle.
The trustees of the Fair Pl.iv Behool
art* having the school house painted, and
' when it. is finished it will add greatly to
the appearance of tho town. We t ii i ti k
there can be tiothiug in a community to
show a higher mark of civilization than
nice churches and school houses.
Mrs. D. V. Wright and daughtor, Miss
Dolly, spent Ono day last week with Mrs.
.1. ( ). Thompson.
Stephen Marett spent last w eek with
t neilds near West minster.
Mr. and Mrs I W shirley visited
relatives lien? recently.
Among the visitors here last Sunday
were: K. W. Marett, ( linton Ilairis, C.
P. Davis and Misses Cornolia and Ada
Marett, of Westminster: Miss Sallie
Shirley, of Townvillo; tho Misses Cromor
ano brother, of Double Springs: Misses
Annie Lee, May Malone, Laura Marett
and brother, Paul, of South I nion, and
L. s. Botoman, of Hood's Creek.
The farmers in this community seem
to bo very busy picking cotton.
There ate two ginneries in operation
here now and they are kept quite busy.
Wo wt re pleased to see our BUpO/ln
tendont, H. LL Marett, at Suuday Behool
yesterday, after au absence of several
Sundays. j. o, c,
Don't be a Clam.
A clam a thousand years ago, was as
now, and a thousand years hence will bc
the same.
Keep up in the race. Cse modern
paints, as they aro sure to wear. White
lead made into paint by hand labor be
longs to the past, lt's a clam, lt chalks,
lt lets the wood rot.
We will give a liberal quantity of L. &
M. Paint fret, to three property owners
who paint thoir houses with L. iS M.
within next thirty ?lays
H'H lead and zinc, lt's non-ehalkable.
lt's the cheapest Takes thc least.
Every gallon must be mixed with nearly
a gallon of oil, making paint cost less
than $1.20 a gallon.
The L. & M. will be sold by a local
dealer or direct, address Longman Jb
Martinez, New Vork. paint makers for
fifty years.
C. W. Pitchford Co., Walhalla.
Shot Him Six Times and Was Killed.
Suinter, September 20.-Sam F. Hurst,
town marshal of Mayesvillc, was killed
at 12.20last night by J. Fd. Anderson,
the railroad agent at that place. Hurst
made threats against Anderson during
tho evening, ami waited on the platform
until he startet! homo. Hurst is saitl lo
have provoked the difficulty and ail
vaneen on Anderson with a pistol. An
derson shot him six times with a Colt's
automatic pistol, every bullet passing
through Hurst's hotly. Hurst's pistol
was found having by his body.
A correspondent at Clemson College
writes as follows: The football pros
pects grow more and more encouraging
daily as the team rounds into shape.
Coaches Shealy and Maxwell are getting
in some gootl work these days, and will
have tho tigCf.l in form for the fl rs I game
tho8th instant, The game announced in
this correspondence tor the first of Octo
ber with tho North Carolina A. ?v M. col?
lege will not bo played until Thanks
giving Day in Haleigh. The Hist game,
therefore, will be tho one with the I ' ni -
vor si ty of Alabama m Birmingham ? n
October Nth.
THE LA DfES favor painting their
churches, and .therefore wo urge every
minister to remember we ?ive a liberal
quantity of the Longman A- Martinez
paint toward the painting.
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1,60 a gallon for Linseed
Oil (worth tin couts), which you do when
you buy other paints ic a can with a
paint label on li,
Sand li make fourteen, therefore when
you want fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of L. tV M., and mix six gal
lons pure linseed oil willi it, and thus
get paint al less than $1.20 por gallon.
Many houses are well painted with four
gallon ol L. A- M. and three gallons of
linseed oil mixed therewith.
Wears and covers like gobi
These celebrated paints are sold bv C.
AV Pitchford Co., Walhalla, S. C.
Thc La v to be Vindicated.
Dallington, October I.-The trial of
Sam Marks and Mose Ham. the two no
! groes charged with mu/doriug Hill
Langston on September l? closed this
afternoon al 5 o'clock winn tho jury
! rendered a verdict of guilty willi recom
mendation to mercy as to Mose liam.
: The court room was packed with people
anxious to hear tho sentence imposed.
Judge Aldrich very solemnly sentenced
Sam Marks tobe hanged November ll
and Mose Ham to hard labor foi lifo in
the I'ouitentiary.
Town Marshal, II. (J. (/'ash, of Olive
.Springs, Tenn., was murdered last week
Oj William West, son of a druggist of
that plata'. Cash was on his way to an
entertainment with his son, ?i\ years
old, when West stopped out from a cor?
ncr and fired four shots at Cash, killing
him instantly- Croat indignation was
caused by thc murder. No reason is
known for it.
How
About
How about su me olean, puro
Groceries?
How about Homo Tinware?
How about some "('becks'' for
the madam and tho children?
You will find these things at
lowest prices by coming to seo r 9.
Bring your Cu'ckcus, Turkeys,
(ieee. Guineas, etc., to me and
you will bo B?ro to bring the?
again Highes' prices for all pr
duce,
! eau save you something on
i be tilings necessary for life
Give mo a call.
E. C. MANN,
West Union,
A\ C.
MicKler's Old Stand.
Grand Opening of
New Fall Dry Goods
our lino is by far the best that wc havo over shown, and you will
say tho saino if you will como and go through with us. Tho d'.splay
O? tino Dress Goods and Tri m tn lugs is simply gorgeous, and will not
bo equaled in tho country. Do us the kindness to look before buying.
Wo have many new bargains t hat will be snapped up quickly.
Come and get a share while they last.
Our buyer, while in New York, secured sumo goods that had
been in a lire and were slightly wet, hut are still as good as new.
Among these is a lot of Men's Work Shirts in Flannelettes and Muck
skin to go for '-'Mc. each.
A loi of Hoys' Shirts and Waists which WO oller at ??lc.
2,000 yards of Embroidery to go at one juice-5o. per yard.
Pure Silk Umbrellas, in good grade, slightly damaged, for only
"."ic. each.
Call and see the many good things we have to show you.
HUNTER, DENDY & CO.
P. S.-.Just received a car of line first-class Salt that we olfer at 450. per PK)
pounds while it lasts.
WE ARE NOW READY
co
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with Our Fall StocK
of Winter Goods.
DRESS GOODS.
Woollen Goods in Colors, consisting
?f DROADCLOTH,
FRENCH FLANNELS,
SERGES, HENRIETTAS.
Big Line of Ladies' and
Children's Jackets.
CLOTHING TO SUIT EVERY HO I) Y
Hoys' and Children's Snits- tho Mrs.
.lane Hopkins make-guaranteed the
best.
HF. SELL THE KRIPPEN DORFF
PITTMAN SHOES FOR LADIES.
SEE OUR R ?V G CORSETS.
Ask for the Tapering Waist-tho
most popular corset on tho market.
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C. W. Pitchford Company*
SHOES
T LADIES'*^
SHOES
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THESE BRANDS OF SHOES
Im ve >-!<> successfully e?t.?t>lisliecl r.tieix1 clttims sus
tho best Slioi's, .it tlii! price, th ft! they
pic eminently tho Idol of ovofy wearer,
loee Lon th or innersoles. I.eather
? Pi
Q that leake the greatest .selling
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LINK OF
TO 'nih TRAPE. Ul'V A
-For Salo hy
Roxie Ward,
Dixie Girl,
High Point,
Dolly Denn,
Southern King,
Good Welt,
Wear Well,
Lone Jack,
Uneeda Pair.
have silenced their rivals and stand
Made of Solid Loather Countoitt, ono
Hack stays aro points of advantage
SHOES KNOWN
PAIR AND BE CONVINCED.
-For Salo by
J. T. Lawrence & Co., Seneca, S. C.
SHOES OMEN'S**" SHOES

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