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The worth of a minute is
what you do in it. The worth
of a dollar ie what you do
with it. If you put it in an
old stocking and nido it away
in your home it will be sim
Kly a dollar to you after it
UH boen hid away ten years.
If you spond it for things
you don't need it will bo
gone when you do need it.
If you invest it in ono of our
Deposit Ceitiilcatos it will
grow every day, and yet be
on hand when you want it
for somotbing you do need.
%mx\ anb personal
-Ruggies, harness, White Hickory
wagons. T. E. Alexander, Walhalla.
-Clerk of Court. C. K. D. Burna is in
(Jreeuville this week.
-Joo Hopkins, of Seneca, was among I
I ric m ls in Walhalla Sunday. |
-Read W. .1. Lunney's new advertise
ment in another column this week.
-John F. Craig was in (Jreonvillo last
Monday for a short while on business.
-J. W. Sholor, Esq., is in Greenville ;
this week attending United States Court.
-White Pine Cough Syrup with Tar.
Four ounce bottlo 25o.
Walhalla Drug Co.
-W. W. Stover, of Greenville, was in
Walhalla Monday and Tuesday on bnsi-1
-Jan. M. Moss is attending tho ses
sion of United Statos Court in Greenville
-O. W. Asho and Lucien Maxwoll, of
Anderson, spent Sunday in Walhalla
among relatives and friends.
-W. M. Holden, of Talloy, and J. T.
Carver, of Westminster, are serving as
petit jurors in the United States Court
IO Greenville this week.
-Tho pastor of Rothlehem Baptist
church, Rev. L. M. Lyda, will preach
there tho fourth Sunday in this mont), at
II a. m.
-Wall paper, window shades, lamps,
brooms, sewing machine needles, oil,
whitewash brushes at Norman's.
-B. F. Leo and E. L. Porter, of Clem
son College, visited at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. J, 1). Isholl, Mountain Side,
-Mr. and Mrs. IL A. IL Gibson ro
turned last Wednesday evening, after
a pleasant visit to their sons in Columbia
and Riohmond, Va,
-Wanted- To rent 20 or 80 acres faro,
land near Walhalla or West Union. Ap
ply to Wm. B. Kuthranff, Mineral Springs
Hotel, West I nion.
-Mrs. T. Walter Thompson, of Colum
bia, accompanied by her children, is vis
iting at the home of ber brother, B. L.
Hermina, Esq., in Midway.
-We are now adding some of the lat
est styles to our already immense stock
of two and four passenger pleasure
vohicles. If you will give us a chance
we will save you money.
T. M. Lowery, Seneca, S. C.
KEW mm A i'A
ACJIK ?H A Xl
Is tho name of the paint we sell.
Every gallon is guaranteed to liol
gallon of 2.'tl cubic inches. It will weigh
and measure some of the cheap paints oil
Wo give a certificate of purity wit!
Two gallons of our paint and one j
paint. Roonees tho cost. See?
Wo have it for all purposes, for pa
mansion. It's pure paint, every atom of
For tho above reasons we cannot n
have made by handling other brands, b
money's worth, and koop our reputation
8y-THE REST I>
-Sohool books and school supplies.
Walhalla Drug Co.
-Miss Mamie Ansel is visiting her
cousin, Miss Gertrude Ansol, of Green
-Damage by frost to gardens, grapes
and fruit of all kinds is reported all over
this section. Last Monday there was a
heavy frost and much ice in this section.
-Carter A Co., Walhalla, have plenty
of fertilisers aud supplies on hand. They
are alBO Kelling clothing at reduced
prices. Read thoir advertisement and
call on them.
-J. J. Sitton, of Pendleton, accompa
nied by bis wife, spent Sunday night and
Monday in Walhalla as tbe guests of
Maj. and MTB. S. P. Dendy. They were
returning from a business trip into North
-Miss Mattie Bruce cloned a very suc
cessful school at Neville on April 14th.
M?BS Bruce will leave for her home, near
Townville, vory Boon. She has made
many friends in this community, who
will miss her very muoh.
-Thero will be au important confer
ence of the members of the Walhalla
Baptist church on next Sunday morning,
April 23d, immediately after Sunday
Behool, to consider the call of a pastor
for the balance of this year.
-Dr. J. W. Bell has just reeeived his
now soda fount. It is one of the largest
and handsomest ever sold to a merchant
or druggist in tIiis section. Ile proposes
to add materially to his service to his
friends and patrons this summer.
-Closing out a lot of dry goods below
cos? ; also, a fow boyB* snits. Cambric 4
cents per yard at Norman's.
-Mrs. Rev. J E. James, of Anderson,
rot m ned yesterday to ber home, after a
pleasant visit to tho family of Mrs. C. G.
Strong. Mrs. James is remembered by
many hore as Miss Emily Vernor. Uer
friends were delighted to meet ber again.
-Ono of our old-time gardonors in
forms us that tho 10th of May will bring
a heavy frost this year. We givo it for
what it is worth. Early gardeners this
year aro experiencing coiiHiderable
anxiety as to thu safety of tender vege
-George Thompson, charged with tho
killing of Luther Hyde, at the Seneca
Cotton Milln, has boon admitted to bail
in the sum of $1,000 nnd was released
last Saturday. His bondsmen are
Campbell Courtenay aud W. W. Thomp
-Mrs. Wnlter Barton, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J.
G. Schaidt, and family, in Walhalla. Mrs.
Sohaid has boen quito ill for a week or
moro with pneumonia. We are glad to
I report that she is now very muoh better
and ou a fair way to ultimate recovery.
-Wo aro roceiviug a large and stylish
lino of spring hats and capB, which we
aro selling very cheap; also white goods,
laces and embroideries. Come and get
out prices before you buy.
McGee's Cash Store, Westminster.
-Last Monday morning the Keowee
Produce Co. made a shipment of 44 oases
of eggs to commission merchants in
Columbia and Charleston. The ship
ment contained 1,21X1 dozen. The com
pany is handling a large quantity ol
pm mee of various kinds.
-Jas. Thompson left yesterday foi
Spartanburg. whero ho will attend a
special meeting of Knight? of Pythias,
latino his return ho will also visit
Greer's, where, as District Deputy Grand
Chancellor for tho 8th Pythian District,
he will institute a now lodge.
-B, C. Toy, of Victoria, N. C., was in
town last week buying his summer sup
plies and household furniture. He and
his wifo are goir.g to Cashiers, N. C.
where they will make their home foi
awhile. Mr. Toy has only boon h?rnt
for a short time from Mississippi, when
ho spent the winter.
-All members are requested to attend
the regular convention of Walhall)
Lodge, No. 07, next Monday evening a1
8 o'clock, rast Grand Chancellor M. L
Ronham, of Anderson, and (?rand Vic<
Chancellor R. A. Morgan, of Greenville
are expected to be present O0 this occa
sion. Work in the lirst, second aiu
third ranks. All Knights in the county
and adjoining towns aro most cordially
invited. Owing to protracted services it
' tho Methodist church thero was no moot
j ing last Monday night.
d a standard United States govemmon
17? pounds to the gallon. Just weigl
fercd and seo how they can do it.
i every gallon.
(allon of linseed oil makes throo gallons o
hiting anything from a wheelbarrow to
take as nundi monoy on our paint as w
ut we prefer to givo our patrons thoi
rArjbA Xl litre ?Oi
-Read O. W. A J. B. Baukoigbt'? new
ad. They are ottering beautiful spring
-A ?elset lot of trunk?, valises, suit
oases and satchels, to go at special low
figures, at Norman's.
-Kev. K. G. Finley will conduct Easter
?o? vices at the Episcopal ohurob next
Sunday morning at ll o'clock. Cordial
invitation to all.
-Mrs. Allen Dendy, of Richland, ac
companied by her little son, John Allen,
spout yesterday with her unole and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Herndon,of Midway.
-Next Sunday evening thai? will be
special Easter services at the Methodist
church, to whioh all are cordially iuvited
to conic. Services begin promptly at 8
-Mr?. N. G. Ballenger, of Greenville
county, accompanied by her youngest
daughter, Clara Beth, is visiting ner
brother, E. L. Uerndon, Esq., in Mid
-At the first annual meeting of stock
holders of the Walhalla Drug Co., hold
last week, a dividend of 10 per cont was
paid and a portion of the earnings held
as reserve. The company has enjoyed a
good patronage during ita first year.
-Judge J. W. lindeman left this
morning for Columbia where he goes to
attend the twenty-ninth annual session
of the Grand Lodge of Knights of
Honor of South Carolina, whiob meets
this evening at 8 o'olook. He goes as
the representative of Walhalla Lodge,
No. 284, K. of H.
-Eugene P. Hutchison, of Spartan
burg, S. C., who has boen visiting hi?
brothers and sister in West Union for
the past week or two. returned to hi?
post of duty yesterday. Hi? many
friends here were pleased to meet him
again on bis native heath, and to con
gratulate him upon his fine business
prospeots in his adopted home. ,
-Last Friday morning Deputy Mar
shal Corbin and State Constables Mc
Kinney and McDaniel captured an illicit
distillery beyond Stumphouse Mountain,
destroying the entire outfit. It was a
15-gallon copper still, condenser and
other equipments. They destroyed a lot
of beer and mash. Marion Tigue was
arrested and lodged in jail.
-Closing out a lot of elegant white
dinnor plates nt 48 cents per set. Other
crockery cheap at Norman's.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pitts, of Battle
Crook, this COUD ty, were in Walhalla
yesterday and paid The Courier an ap
preciated oall. Mr. Pitts is 70 years of
age, is a native of Oconee and has re
sided in this county all his life. He
talks interestingly of the past and has a
vivid recollection of incidents and things
o' the long ago. His visit to The Cou
rier brought to mind a visit paid to the
Pendleton Messenger office some fifty
years ago when John Miller owned and
edited that paper. Mr. Pitts is one of
those intelligent old gentlemen with
whom it is an unusual pleasure to meet.
We wish for him yet many years of peace
A Walhalla Woman Asks :
"Have you a floor paint that will last
two weeks?" Yes, we have Dovoo's; it
has a beautiful gloss and will wear two
years if properly applied. J. W. Boll.
Westminster Circuit Religiously.
Westminster, S. C., April 17, 1005.
Dear Courier: I feel Uko I wanted to
mak a report something like quarterly
cnn .(Mice report, and which will serve
as an announcement; also, disciplinary
question, Is thore a written report from
the preacher in chargo on the gonoral
state of tho church ? There is: We havo
received into tho church tho prosent
quarter, by certificate, tis follows: E. A.
and Mrs. Dulah and Guy Dobbs, R. A. C.
and Mrs. Annie Golden, Mrs. Jodie
Craig, W. R. and Mrs. Corrie Beasley,
W. H. and Mrs. Alico Hodge, John S.
and Mrs. Tonnie Haloy, Miss Talsio
Holland, J. D. and Mrs. Sallie Ollover,
J. W., Mrs. Susan, Lucy and Alico Vis
sago. These have united with the West
Our services aro very well attended.
The church horo did not accommodate
the people last night. A goodly number
had to romain standing during tho ser
We havo loyal, liberal people over
hore. I took up a collection at West
minster and Nazareth churches for the
conference assessments and in a few
minutes they lifted all tho claims in cash
and good subscriptions. I want-yes, 1
expect to do it this way at the othei
ch m ches soon.
We are planning for revivals at all thc
churches. Rev. Thos. Leitch and F. A.
Marshall, tho sweet singer, will bo wit I
me at Westminster some time in May.
I will, D. V., preach at Center next
Sunday morning at ll o'clock, and al
Rock Springs at 3.:50 o'clock in tho after
noon; and a.-. I am bohind with mj
preaching nt Center I will preach then
the fifth Sunday at ll o'clock a. ta, nut
at West munster at night.
Wo havo spent for improvements ir
and around the parsonage this yeat
Maud hasn't been without corn ant
fodder since we moved. I have bac
plenty of good things, too, but I don'
show it liku Maud, but I am still feeling
good. This R. F. I), system is thu mos
convenient thing yet. Sausages am
things like that come to the parson tbii
way. Yours truly,
John I. Spinks.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tho Best ant
"Mothers buy it for croupy children
railroad mon buy it for severo cou^h
and oldorly poople buy it for la grippe,'
say Mooro Bros., Eldon, Iowa. 'Wo sol
moro of Chamberlain's Cough Rented;
than any ot lou kind. It seems to havi
taken tho load over sovoral other goo<
brands." There is no question but tbi
medicino is tho best that can bo procure?
for coughs and colds, whothor it bo ?
child or an adult that is afllictod. It al
ways cures and cures quickly. Sold b
J. W. Boll, Walhalla; W. J. Lunnoy
This Woman Stands a Chance to Hang.
Philadelphia, April 17.-Tho Suprera
Court to-day, by a vote of 4 to IT, decjdei
that Mrs. Catharine Dans must hang fo
the murder of ber husband.
TO THINB OWV SK),r BB TRUE ANT) IT MUST FOLLOW AH THE NIGHT THU DAY, THOU OANB'T NOT THRN BX PALS.K TO ANY MAN.
BY JAYNFI8. SH KLOH, HM ITU & 8TI5CK.
WALHALLA, HOI TH OAKOI.INA, APRIL 12, lUOft.
NRW SKIUKH, NO. 304-VOLUME I*V.-KO.
General. F. M. Bamberg Dead.
Bamberg, April 14 -Geo. F. ti. Bam
berg, stricken with paralysis twu year?
ago, died ooder a seoood stroke yester
day aftoi noon while preparing to tako a
drive. Gen. Bamberg, best friend and
noblest citizen of this town, was UT years
old and had been active in business and
social oiroles since bis early youth. Ile
bad amassed A considerable fortuue,
whioh he spent freely for others, and his
big heart never failed to respond to
The time of the funeral has not beau
decided, but Geo. Bamberg will probably
be buried beside bis late brother, J.
8. Bamberg, who died while serving as
TO CVBK A ( OI D Iff ONK DAY.
Take LAXATIVS BKOMO QUINIHK Tablets.
AU druggists refuna the money if it fails
to euro. ?. W. Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
Wellst General Manager.
Columbia, April 14.-P. I. Welles has
been elected vice president and general
manager of the Union and Glenn Spring*
Railroad, but he will continue to reside
The Union and (ile in Springs railroad
la a line nearing completion, running
from Buffalo to a point on the Seaboard
Air Line and Broad river. This road uot
only gives Union, whioh has hitherto
been bottled up by the Southern railway,
an outlet to a competing trunk line, but
it passes by the great power plant at
Neal Shoals on Broad river, ?here there
will be a lake several miloo long and a
pleasure resort established. This road is
one of the results of the indomitable
energy of Col. T. C. Dunoan, of Union.
To succeed these days you
must h ave plenty of grit, cour
age, strength. How ls it with
the children ? Are they thin,
pale, delicate ? Do not forget
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. You
know it makes the blood pure
and rich, and builds up the
general health in every way.
Tho children cannot pOMlbly hare good]
health uni??? tn? bowal I aro In proptr condi
tion. A alugRith tlvor gi Tn a co?tod tongue,
bad breath, ron it! pat ed bowel?. Correct alf
t hete bj giving miall laxativo do? M of Ay era
> egetable, ?ligar coated.
. . * BAH VWOIL
f i0 t*Q AOUE CURE.
l/Wl O CiKRXY PECTOtU
Pleads Not Guilty.
Cleveland, April 14.-Mrs. Chadwick
and Cashier Spear of the Oberlin Bank
pleaded not guilty to-day to the new in
dictment in oonneotlon with the affairs
of the bank. Mrs. Cbadwiok's bail was
inoreaeed $7.000, making it necessary to
obtain $47,000 bail to secure hor release,
pending the deoision on a motion fur ?
new trial. She probably will not be tried
on any indictment unless she esoapes
punishment of the recent conviction for
There is But One Good
And that is the habit of buying
YOUR DRTJG-S AT CARTER'S
PHARMACY. They carry only
Pure Drugs and the best of every
thing in the DRUG- LINE. They
will save you money on Drugs,
Patent Medioines,Toilet Articles,
Jewelry, Watches, Silverware
and Hawks' G-lasses.
jz? j& G JZ T THE HABIT, JS? J&
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
HUNTER, 1315IVX>Y Sc CO.,
Are now showing a complete lino of the celebrated Irving Drow
Cu,'? Shoe* for Ladies and Children.
Fine Turned Kid Shoes and Slippers for $2 that are unmatchable
in style and beauty.
For $1.50 we can show you a dainty Slipper and Oxford that is
Bold often for $2.
Soe our line of Godman's White Oxfords for ladlee and children.
They are solid leather and will wear. 5 to 8 @ Ooo. : 9 to 12 (?J 75c. ; 13
to 2 (3> 85c. ; 3 to 8 (a) $1.25.
Next week, commencing on Monday, 10th, wo will havo our
usnal display of Fine Millinery, and wo want every lady in Oconee to
visit our storo, for it is specially line this year. We have the best
lino wo over bad and want you to soo it.
H?OTI1, HKPTOY <&CO.?
SEWBCAj 8. Cf?
K COME AND SEE
Our now goods at now prices. Mig lino White Goods at 5c. to 25o. per yard?
Kmbroidory and Lacp at lo. to 25c. per yard. Black, White and Colored
Goods, suitable for waists, skirts and full drosses, at 5c. to $1.00 por yard.
Come and See What We Have.
Our stock of Grocories, Hardwaro, Shoos, Hats, Crookory, Cotton Planters,
Sido narrows, Plow Stocks, and Grain Cradles always oomploto.
If you owe us an account that should have been
paid in 1904, bring us White Cotton and get
We appreciate your trade.
Come and See.
Yours truly, '
jr. W. BTU ?fe co.
SENECA, S. C.