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THE LOCAL COTTON MARKET.
At 10.30 this (Wednesday) morning
local cotton was selling as follows:
Walhalla. 0 13 10.
Noneca, i>j to Of.
Wost mi unter, Vf.
Wost Unioo, 0.8lf.
Ooonee County Alliance.
The Oooooe County Allia nco will meet |
at Bouuty Laud Acadomy on ?Saturday,
October 14th, at 104 o'clook a. m.
W. M. Fennell, President.
TO CUBIC A rui n IN OM: DAV,
Take LAXATIVK BHOMO QUININE Tablets.
Ali druggists i et und i he muiiuy if it fails |
to euro. K. W. (.Hive's signature is on
each box. 25c.
Clemson Collogc will bold Farmers'
Institutes in a number uf COUUtieB this
fall aud winter. Thoso citizens .vho de
siro an institute hold iu their community
aro rcquonlod to send their applications
to J. N Harper, Director of Farmers'
institutos, Clemsou Collego, S. C., uot|
later than November 1st, 1005.
The Little Misses Motz.
Tho little Misses Mot7. will givo ouo of
ttheir delightful Vaudeville entertain?
mcuis at Hull's Hall ou Friday night,
October 13. These little ladies como
.highly recommended by the press aud
tho public, aud we would bo glad to bavo
our citizens and visitors turn out on
masse, lt is said tho songs, dances,
?dialogues and recitations aro rino. You
will never regret tho price of admission,
lf> aud 28 couts.
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
"Last year I had a very sovoro attack
. ol indigestion. I could not sloop at
night ami s ii Mered most excruciating
pains for three hours after each meal. 1
was troubled this way lor about three
Uionths, when 1 used Chamberlain's
?Stomach and Liver Tablets, and rucoivcd
immediate relief," says John Dixon, Tul
lamore, Ontario, Canada. For salo by J.
W. Hell, Walhalla; W. j. Lunney,Seneca.
' The next regular communioatiou of
.-cueca Lodge, No. 185 A. F. M., will bo
boldon iu tho Masonic Hall at Soueoa on
Friday night, October 18th, at 7i o'clock
.sharp. There will bo work in throe do
grees, and also important business to be
(transacted. All tho brethren are earn
est ly requestod to bo present, and breth
ren from sister lodges aro cordially in
vited to bo pi osent on this occasion.
lilias. Kai lc, W. M.
John M yoi s, (P. M.) Secretary.
Stone Church Association.
Tho annual mooting of tho Old Stone
.Church Association will ho bold at the
Old Stone church on Saturday, October
14th, Tho Old Stone Church History
Avili bo ready for distribution at $1 per
-volume in paper to all, $1.28 in cloth to
.subscribers, and $1.60tu non-subscribers.
?Subscriptions will bo received until Oc
tober 14th, after which tho list will lo
( hised. An address and sermon may bo
ex poo ted. Como prepared to pay your
annual dues of $1,
lt. N. Hrackctt, Secretary.
Don't liorrow Trouble.
It is a bad habit to borrow anything,
?but tho worst thing you can possibly
borrow is trouble. When sick, sore,
hoavy, weary and worn-out by the pains
aud poisons of dyspepsia, hilliouBUoss,
Bright's disease, and similar internal
disorders, don't sit down and brood over
your symptoms, but fly for relief to
Kleotric Hitters. Here you will Hud sure
and permanent forgetfulness of all your
ubles, and your body will not be bur
.lound bv a load of debt disease. At all
drugstores. Prico 50c, Guaranteed.
Action of Connerotf Church.
Whereas, notioe of an all-day singing
at Connoross on the third Sunday in Oc
tober has been published in the oounty
papers; and whereas, the church, after
due deliberation, opposes tho same and
has appointed the undersigned as a com
mittee to call the same off for the fol
lowing reasons, viz: While many attend
through tho purest of motives, a ma
jority go to li a ve A free aud easy good
titiuvjuul without proper restraint, and
?the ?j?m ?1 being so immense becomes un
wiei^vMind loses sight of tho propor
solemnity of the Lord's day. The obser
vation of this church justillos its action.
We love tho song servios and do not lin
den rato it and will wolcomc Messrs. Mor
ton, Burns and Sbolor and all otbors
among us on any ordinary occasion, but
wo doubt tho propriety of tho overflow
meetings, unless under restraint moro
W. O. Alexander,
8. F. Johnson,
Tho union mooting of th I losvor divi
sion of tho Heave H I a m association will
meet with the Hopzihah Haptist ohm. li
on tho fifth Sunday and Saturday bofo: o
Introductory sermon on Saturday at
10.80 a. m., by Hov. W. J. Sprarman;
alternate, Hov. S. A. MoDaniol.
Querry l. WhnUs tho highest duty of
parents to their children? Opened by
T. D. Pooro and F. M. Simpson.
Querry 2. What is tho duty of tho
church to tho world. Spoakors, M. C.
Harton and Hev. S. A. MoDaniol.
Querry ;i. Is I here nood for moro Btriot
(UM^'ITV10 in our churches'.' Speaker,
wnmionary sormon Sunday at ll o'olock
by Hov. .1. H. Mooro; alternate I). L.
H. W. Kelson, for Commilteo.
Anderson papors please copy.
Following ls a list of unclaimed letters
remaining in the Walhalla post offioe for
the week ending October 7, 1906:
Hiss Nellie Winston.
Persons oalling for any of the above
will please say that they are advertised.
J. M. Merrick, P. M.
Wvatt Aiken U a Hustler. *
The l'ickeus Sentinel of recent date
says: "Hon. Wyatt Aiken, member of
Congress, from the Third District, is
spending a fow dayB in Piokens. He has
recently succoeded in establishing a
rural route from Dacusville aud is now
working ou au additional ono from
Liberty and Contrat and hopes in tho
near future to lmve auotber cue from
Piokous. Wyatt is a hustler aud looks
after the needs of bis district."
Tho following is the record of tom
poraturo aud rainfall as recorded at the
?J. 8. station, at J. I). Isboll's, near Wal
halla, for wook ending October Otb, as
recorded by Miss LaUra Isbell, observer:
DCtolMJI I ? ?
October B ..
rt ly cloudy...
Full of Tragic Weaning
Aro these lines from J. H. Simmons, of
Casey, Ia. Think of what might havo
resulted from his torrible cough if ho
had not taken the medicine about which
lu? wi iles: "I had a foaiful cough that,
disturbed my night's rest. 1 tried every
thing, but nothing would relieve ii, until
1 took Dr. King's Now Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds, which
completely cured mo." Instantly relievos
and permanently cures all throat and
lung diseases; prevents grip and pneu
monia. At all drug stores; guaran
teed; 60o and ?SI, Trial bottle free.
Meeting of Good Time Club.
Ou last Friday afternoon, October Otb,
tho Good Time Club met at Mr. and Mrs.
G. K. Maxwell's. Tho members answered
roll call with quotations from Shake
speare. Tho club voted to meet on uext
Friday at Mr. and Mis. O. H. Schu
The colors for the evening were green
During tho eveuing a gamo of "Lotto"
was entered into by the members, Misses
Anna Stribling'and Irene Strother ticing
for tho prizo, Miss Stribliug being the
lucky winner of a beautiful lace lia mi
kol chief. Misses Margarieto Hi euneeke
and Hei t ha Schumacher tied for the
"booby" prizo, Miss Iironnecke being
tho fortunato winner of a doll. After
tho game of tho evening was decided the
club was entertained with recitations by
Missen Margarieto Hieunocko and
Dorothy and Maud Niel!.
Tho three Misses Neill, beautifully
dressed in green and white, assisted Miss
Olive Maxwell in the entertainment of
At a suitable time delightful refresh
ments were served.
A OUAKANTIiKDCUHKVOK I"! I. KN
Itching, blind, blooding or protruding
piles. Druggists rotund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any caso, no
matter of how long standing, in 0 to 14
days. First application gives ease aud
rest. 50c. If your druggist hasn't it
send .Mic. in stamps and it will be for
warded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
New Rural Free Delivery Routes in Ooonee.
Last Wednesday Congressman Aiken,
accompanied by Special Kural Agent A.
IL Veazey, investigated a proposed rural
free delivery route from Salem, in the
northern part of this county. Mr.
Voazey made a strong favorable recom
mendation for the eatabliabmeut of the
route and Mr. Aiken says daily service
will go on there in a few weeks.
Those same gentlemen investigated
and recommended new routes from Fort
Madison and Fair Play.
Mr. Aiken says he will not be satisfied
until ono moro now route i? established
from Walhalla and also one more from
Ho is also anxious to have the mail
f ci I i ties bettered in the Long Creek
country by extending tho Clayton, Os.,
route to Long Creek and hope* lo put in
rm tl freo delivery from tho lattt r olbce.
This ls one reason why Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is so valua
ble in consumption. It stops
the wear and tear of useless
coughing. But it does more
-it controls the inflammation,
quiets the fever, soothes, and
heals. Sold for 60 years.
" Ayer's Cherry Pectoral hu? been a regular
Hf? preserver to mo, It brought mo through
a ?ever* attack of pneumonia, and I feel
that I owe my lifo to Ita wonderful curativo
properties."- WILLIAM ll. i'm nr. Wawa,
Mad? by J. O. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Maa*.
Aiao manufacturera of
1 I0 1*Q PILLS.
Li V I O HAIR VI0OR.
Hasten recovery by keeping the
bowels regular with Ayer's Pills.
ON THE BASIS OF
A Great Stock ii Quantity.
A Great Stock Ranne in Prices.
A Great Stock in Quality.
From Front Door to Warehouse.
Every Department full, up-to
date and alive with
Bought with au eyo singlo to
tho two iudispensibleB-Quality -
and Low Prices, aud when these
moot tho Goods move.
Wo mako tho broad assertion
this Store contains more Specials,
that is Goods under the market in
Price, than any other in upper
Almost every Storo has some
Specials; sometimes resorting to
selling a well-known article under
cost to attract trade, taking the
chances on evening up profits.
This Store will not do that kind
of bus: noss.
When we buy an article at
a low price we give oui'
tracie the benefit of our
Why buy Special Order Suits
and Trousors when you can come
to our Storo and have yourself
fitted in Goods that FIT WELL
and WEA R WELL, made on same
models as Tailor-Made Goods,
with the unbreakable fronts and
new shoulder pads.
A Look Will Convince.
Won't You Look?
Bring your Boys along as we
make a specialty of Children's
and Youths' Clothing.
SUOES THAT ABE UNDER PBICED.
SHOES THAT ARE STYLISH.
SHOES THAT ARE SOLID.
$5.ooo to select from.
Fodcastlers', Fleishman, Morris
?fe Co.'s,Miles', Risers', and Car
roll A Adams. Many styles at
about merchant's cash price
Come See ; You'll Buy.
AU purchases amounting to $5
and over dolivorod to noarost ox
prcss oOico in two hundred milos
of our Storo. Send us your mail
Follow the Crowd and you
will land at the Store of
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
You have lost many a golden opportunity and will
lose another if you do not see our stock of General
Merchandise before buying your Fall Goods.
FROM NORTHERN AND EASTERN MARKETS.
We are receiving daily from Northern and Eastern Markets the nicest Liue of Dry Gooc Notions,
Shoes, Hats and Clothing evor brought to Oconee Couuty.
We also carry a Line of Furniture, Hardware, Harness, liddies and Saddles.
Our Line of Staple and Family Groceries is complete and our prices are right.
Make our store headquarters when in town. We
will take pleasure in showing and pricing you.
Yours for business,
Walhalla, 5. C. CARTER & CO., Walhalla, S. C.
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
WHAT HE THINKS
OF BUCK'S STOVE.
Below we give the names of a few who are using the Buck Line.
J (din Myers.
Mrs. s. A. Lumkins,
? Mrs. II. C. liarbiu,
J. L Hunter,
J. S. Harbin,
lt. N. Wright,
David Pickens, (col.)
J. It. Kelley,
J. T. Harper,
J. W. Byrd,
Mrs. M. A. Whitaker,
Mrs. Lona Roach,
Hov. .1. P. Sanders, (col.),
Mrs. M. V. Allon,
C. M. Sutumerell,
L. A. Cole,
Rev. L. H. Query,
Dr. D. L. Smith,
Mrs. E. F. Hughs.
Mrs Lester Hawkins,
J. W. Harper,
H. 8. Farmer,
J. R. Cleveland,
W. T. Reardon,
J. P. Hyde,
Elias Kibbler, (col )
.1. Allen Kelloy,
John W. Sholor,
Mrs. Lilly Tribblo,
W. M. Neill,
J. T. Lawrence,
Rev. M. R. Kirkpatrick,
Sam Gaud, (col.),
J. E. Nioholsou,
Mrs. Rebecca Smith,
J. D. Whitmiro,
\V. N. Trowbridge,
M. W. Stancil,
W. D. Stribling,
W. t?. Lohor,
Mrs. O. R. Doyle.
Every Stove sold on guarantee, if not satisfactory monoy roturnod. We havo a full lino of Ruok's Stoves, and wo
gell to tho best people for they appreciate tho best in Stove Manufacture.
NOTICIO TO DEBTORS A ND CREDI
TORS.-AU persons indebted to tho
estate Of S. A. Marett, deceased,
are hereby notified to make payment to
the undersigned, and all persons having i
claims against said estate will present
tho samj, duly attested, within the time
prescribed by law, or be barred.
R. II. MARETT,
A. P. HUNT.
Qualiflod Executors of tho last Will and I
Testament of S. A. Marett, deceased.
October ll, 1005. 41-44
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE. - Notice is I
hereby given that the undersigned will
make application to I). A. Smith, Esq.,
Judge of Probate for Oconee county,
in the State of South Carolina, on
SATURDAY, the 14th day of Ootober,
1906, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
or as soon thereafter aa said appli
cation can be beard, for leave to make
Anal settlement of the estates of Marshall
P. Moore and Henry E. Moore, minors,
and obtain discharge as Guardian of
the said minora. M. A. MILLER,
Guardian of Marshall P. Moore and
. Henry E. Moore, minors.
September 18, 1006. 87 41
CITATION NOTICE.-THK STATK OF
SOUTH CAKOI.INA, COUNTY OK OOO- I
NKK.-(IN THU COUIIT OK PfiOBATB.)-By '
D. A. Smith, Esq., Probate JudgOi
Whereas, Kate MOBS has made suit I
to mo to grant her Letters of Admin- !
iatration of tho estate and effects of
L. A. B. Moss, deceased
These aro therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular tho kindred aud
creditors of the said L. A. B. Moss,
deceased, that they bo and appear
before mo, in tho Court of Probate, to be ?
held at Walhalla, S. C., on MONDAY, j
Kith day of October, 1006. aftor publica
tion hereof, at ll o'clock in tho fore
noon, to show causo, if any thoy have, I
why tho said administration should
not ho granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
80th day Of Soptombor Anno Domini 11M)5.
JSBAT> D- A. SMITH, Jndgoof Pro-1
) >^^J> ) bato, Oconco County, S. C.
Published on tho 4th and ll th days
of October, 1005, in Tho Kooweo Cou
rier and on tho Court House Door for
tho time required by law. 40-41
The Italian Earthquake.
Homo, October 7.-According to tho
latest official reports ?00 villages woro
doBtroyed by tho recent earthquake in
tho provinco of Calalria. Reconstruction
work, it is estimated, will coBt about
$80,000,f)0() and funds contributed up to
tho present time amount to $400,000.
Tho Pope is much distressed becauso of
tho situation, especially now that tho
Boverity of the autumn woathor is felt
among tho inhabitants of the stricken
district. Ills holiness to dav recoivod
the Right Rev. Franois Bourne, Roman
Catholic archbishop of Wos? moister, in
audience and thanked him warmly for
opening a collection among the olorgy of
Westminster, adding: "All good Catho
lics throughout the world should imitato
(or Nsw Ad.
BIG STOCK IS BEING
J. & J. S. CARTER,