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On Saturday, <
nave on sale the 1
Churns, Jar?, Jugs, Chic
Slop Jars, Howls and Pitcher
Toilet Sets, Galvanized Tubs s.
Children's Underwear, Dolls ar
You will find vi
eq[vial to any this 1
fered. We extend
invitation to visit i
C . G . J i
-Buggies, harness, White Hickory,
wagons. T. E. Alexander, Walhalla.
-A Watch-Maker's Outfit for sale at a
sacrifice. H. A. H. Gibson. |
-Wedding bells will 8000 chimo again .
-Dynamite only lt? couts per stick.
Craig-Veiner Mercantile C
-Mayor James Thompson is attending
the State Fair in Columbia this week.
-C. A. Burton is spending n short
while in Spartanburg on business.
-German services and harvest sermon
in the Lutheran church next Sunday.
-The advertising columns of this
paper tell you where to buy your goods.
-Second hand school books at greatly
reduced prices. Walhalla Di ug Co.
-s. Claro Keys, of Greenville, is
spending a short while in Walhalla with
relatives and friends.
- Hear Manship and be instructed.
Time. November 1st; place. Court House;
cost, ?>?> and .10 cents.
-Shoes, shoes 1| shoes!!-anything in
shoes-cheaper at Norman's store.
- Luther Manship next Wednesday,
one week from to-day. He is au extra
- lt. T. Javnos, Ksq., is attending the
State fair at Columbia ami looking after
-The best line of cough and cold
preparations lo bo had at tho Walhalla
Drug t 'o.'s.
-The Boody Fork school will open the
iii st Monda) in November with .Miss
Mae Hicks, of Walhalla, as teacher.
-Lev. C, W. Creighton, of Greenwood,
editor and proprietor of the Christian
Appeal, was in Walhalla last Friday.
- Mixing howls and bakers, all sizes,
.special prico, at J ay nos's, Saturday.
-Mrs. L. I ?. BronilOCko ami daughter,
Miss Marguerite, left this morning for
Greenwood, where they Will spend some
months with relatives.
-Mrs. E. L. Denalon left Tuesday
morning for Grauitevillo, Aiken county,
where sh;; goes for a two weeks' delight
ful visit to her mother and sister.
-He sure to see what Jaynea is offer
ing tn toilet sets and odd slop jars, at
special prices, Saturday, October 28th.
-Mrs. A. C. Merrick left on Sunday
morning for Columbia io attend the
Stale Fair and to meet her husband, who
is in business in that city.
-Seed wheat, rye. barley, at Norman's.
If you want a Present
Holiday or " Any Other C
place and we can fit you v
of SUITABLE PRESE
"Only the Best."
October 26, I will
ken Founts, open ind covered
s, Mixing How).*, Bakers and
.id Buckets ; Lt.dii*s,' Men's and
allies in the above
tucuso has ever of
l to one and all an
is next Saturday*
A Y N ES.
-Soo our buggies, wagons, harness,
mowers and rakes if you want bargains.
J. & J. S. Carter, Westminster, s. C.*
-Messrs. J. H. Tuoker, of Asheville,
N. c., ami .J. I.. Oakes, of Cleveland,
White COUUty, tia., attorneys, aro in ?
Walhalla for a few days on professional
-Slop jars, slop jars, slop jars, open
and covered, at Jaynes's special salo next
-Patrons of tho Walhalla Graded
Schools, it will cost your children only
20 cent? to hear Mr. Manship, if t hey get '
a season ticket. It will bo worth a
torin's tuition to them.
-Hnvo you soon tho lino of undorwear
at Jaynes's, to sell uoxt Saturday at
special prico. Don't miss the sale if you
want to save money.
-Something new at tho Walhalla Drug ;
CO.'B-Cherry Phosphate Punch.
-Mrs. T. A. Norton, accompanied by
MISS Mary Stribliug, lier granddaughter,
is visiting be son, Joseph J. Norton, and
lanni v at Pacolet, Spartanburg county.
She will bo absout a mouth or moro, per
-Standard granulated sugar, twenty
pounds, only $1,
Craig-Vernor Mercantile Co.
-Tho farmers aro sticking together
on the cotton proposition as if held hy
gluo. They realize at last, wo think,
that herein lies their only hope for too
future. If tho present light is lost there
will nj no need perhaps ever to try again.
- Puro white churns, all sizes, and
puro white jugs, all sizes, in special salo
at Jaynes's, Saturday. October 28th.
-Thc Atlanta News, in speaking of
Hon. Luther Manship, who will appear
in Walhalla November 1st says: "Luther
Manship is ono of the most captivating,
humorous and Inimitable platform en
tertainers who has over visited Atlanta."
-For Sale-A corn mill in complete
order. F.sopus stones. Mrs. J. I). Shank
liu, Westminster, H. F. 1). No. 4.
-Miss Maude Hunnioutt loft last week
for Atlanta, whore she goos to visit her
brother, S. P. Ilunnicntt, of that city.
She will also visit Florida before s4io re
turns. Miss ll ii mumu has many friends
who wish her a pleasant trip and will
look forward eagerly for hor return.
-Preaching in tho Methodist church
next Sunday morning at 11.15.
-Hov. J. G. Law, I). D., returned homo
from Kock Hill Monday evening, wbero ?
he had been in attendance upon the ses- 1
sinus of the South Carolina Synod of tho '.
Presbyterian church. Ile reports a very I
interesting meeting, which was largely
attended by accredited delegates.
-We bavo to arrive in a few days ono
oar load of salt in KN) pound cotton 1
sacks. For next 15 days only 50 cents
Craig-Vernor Mercantile Co.
-An unknown negro was killed by
one of the early morning trains on tho
Southern Railway between Madison and j
Changa ri vor, yesterday. It is supposud ?
that ho Jumped or fell from the fast mail
train. The body was badly mangled by
the train passing over it. No particu
lars other than the ahovo could be
learned this morning.
-Seo tho International Harvesting
CO.'B all steel hay press. For sale by
Seneca Hardware Co.
- Thu Courier has received an interest
ing write-up of President Roosevelt's
visit to Roswell, (.a., his mother's girl
I nod home, written by one of Seneca's
talented and accomplished ladies, who
was present on the occasion and took
part in the impressive ceremonies. It
will appear in our next week's issue. It
was received too late to he printed this
- Dolls and vases-special salo at
Jaynes's next Saturday.
-We have been requested to Beek in
formation concerning the whereabouts
of Isaac Collins and Lawson White, said
to have once lived in the upper part of
noonee or Pickena county, They resided
hereabouts during and before tho Civil
war. They are supposed to have gone
i to Tennessee or some other Western
State. Any information about these
old gentlemen will he greatly appreciated
if loft at Tho Couriei jllioo.
- Wanted - Lady c. gentleman of .air
education to travel for linn of $250,000
capital. Salary $1,072 per year, payable
weekly. Kxpenses advanced. Address
Geo. <i. Clows, Walhalla, S. C.
; for a Wedding, Birthday,
>ld Day" just cometo oui'
Lp with the uSwellest" Line
NTS in Ocon^e County.
- l?t line of perfumen and talcum
PO wi Ic i? at the Walhalla Drug Co.'e.
-The death of Mrs. Sarah Duncan oc
curred at tho home of ber sou, .lohn
Duncan, near Central, iii Bickens county,
last Sunday night, October 23d, inn:..
She waa about. 54 years of ago ami leavea
six children-live HOUR and one daughter.
She waa a member of Whitmire Metho
disi church for about 40 years Hiid waa
buried at Bethel on Tuesday, n< 2 p. m.,
by her panter, Kev. W. M 11 ai dm.
There was a large atteudauce at tho
-Norman's bargain store is the most
popular store for auything necessary.
-J. C. Wallazz. of Philadelphia, Ba.,
made a brief visit to Walhalla last week.
While here he was tho guest of Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Smith and family. This was
Mr. Wallazz's first visit to the South,
and he was charmed and deeply impressed
with what he saw and beard among our
peoplo. Ile says the South and its won
derful resources and possibilities are ab
solutely unknown to the great mass of
the people in the North. Ile is n very
interesting gentleman in conversation,
with charming and captivating manners.
We hope to have another visit from him
soon, when he will endeavor to stay
longer and become better acquainted
with our beautiful Southland.
- Tho Seneca H-tidwaroCo. are offer
ing for salo tho only successful low
pricod, all steel hay pi ess ever sold in
F. W. Wagner i& Co., of Charleston,
has received a cargo of coffee from Kio
Brasil, containing 12,500 sacks.
-A largo assortment of souvenir
post cards at Boll's drug store.
VD nil stool bay press at a low price,
that will pack commercial bales, is the
latest thing at the Sonera Ilardwure Cu.'?
vast hardware emporium.
-Largest and prettiest variety of lam; s
ami eli ?na wa re, eli oap Ht Norm-Ill's.
-We ar? in a position to s**vo you
some moiiov un your h?rdwatv.
Craig Vernor Mercantile Co.
.-Prayer meeting ar. the Walhalla
Met Inul isl eh H i eli tins ( Wetluesdav)
evening at 7i o'ciook. Tho public is cor
dially invited to he presont.
-You can get everything st Norman's.
News (rom Woll Stake.
Wolf Stake, October 28.-Gathering
cotton and corn seems to bo (be order ut
, tho day now.
Our regular pastor, Hov. J. H. Stone,
filled his appointment horo Sunday and
the Lord's Supper was administered tu a
large and interested crowd.
Rev. W. Abbott will preach here OD
next first Suuday tit ll u'cluok.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Kelley visited at
tho hume uf their sun, W. J. Kelley,
Mrs. Nuah Tollison and daughter,
Clara Holl, were in this cum m unity ro
J. Allen Kolley will suon completo his
Miss Maud Chalmers is visiting home
fulks a few days.
Miss Abbie Smith was tho guest of
Miss Heddio Harden. it. K.
Below we give you a few prices
taken here and there from
our Mammoth Stoc of Fall
Merchandise. This week we
shall receive our last cases
of Clothing, Shoes, etc., which
will make our Stock complete
and one of the largest in
Broadcloths ?hiffon finish, in Green, Blue, Red, Black and Gray,
would not be too hiyh ut $1.20, our price 0?C. per yard
Waterproof (Ladies' Cloth), uti inches wide, Creen, Gray, Blue,
Black and Brown. 4Sc. per yd.
Habit Cloth, answers well for Broadcloth, 54 inches wide, (?reen,
Black, Blue, Ked and (?ray, very pretty for nice skirt?, only 75c. yd.
Pretty Gray Suitings, ?Oo. to $1 per yd.
All Calicoes, superior figures, Red and Blue, 5c. per yd.
Best Outing, last year's price. Do., at 7ic
Seo our Sheeting, .W in. wide, line as Bleaching and good heavy
weight, worth ?s^o., at (ijc.
School Boy .leans at only 10c. per yd.
Cotton Flannels, 5c. to ?2J por yd.
Children's Jackets, 00c. to $4. Ladies' Jackets, $1.25 to $0.
We aro always in the lead on Shoes. If you want a pair for any
member of your family come to us and you will buy.
")0 doz. Mon's Underwear, worth 50c, at .'15c. tho garment.
Biggest lino of Mon's Hats ever shown in this part of tho State. If
you want tho latest stylos at moderate cost como and see them.
Felt Hat?, $1 to $2.50
Men's Suits $4 to $12.50. 80 pairs all-wool, hair lino, dark Wor
sted pants, $3.50 values, at only $2.50. Boy's Suits, newest stylos,
$1 to $4.
Everything cheaper than is us
ually found. Buy for cash
and save money.
Harper, Boyd & Hunt,
T^lie JL3igr CJa?h Store.
SENECA, S. C.
lt Costs Yi
TO LOOK AT OUR I?IPCE
Wc take great pleasure in showing you our st<
goods and prices. Don't take just an ybody's ad viet
ness is business. If we can save you money on yon
we can't save you nome money we don't want to sci
money is because we pay cash for overy dollar's woi
we sell. Having two advantages, wc save in buying
you pay only your own bills. When you trade witl
Some one has to pay for the losses. It might be yo
Wo have en rou to a lot of Fine Whito Salt, as clean as a pin,
which wo will offer, when it arrives, at only "?0c. per sack.
Three cars of Flour, to arrive in a few days, at only $5 per bar
rel. Kvery barrel guaranteed.
Granulated Sugar, 20 pounds for $1.
Wo have many other bargains which will interest you.
JNO. F. CRAIG, BUSINESS MANAGER. CASH
\Hirs Not to Cut Prices on Things IA! A
? e You Kno w and Baise Them " c
J0\YQ Where You Don't Know, A TO
w*% ? ? m m but We are Ready to Sell D^^-K,
IteaCl Y YouYom-FaUBmasCheap | fl^aOy
as it can be Done and Make a Living Profit.
Blankets .BO cents to $4.50 por pair.
shoes.2ft cents to $8 50 per pair.
Di ess Goods. 5 cents to $1.00 por yard.
silks.60 ooutK and $1 per yard.
Hats.2ft ce tb to $2 00 each. ?
Underwear. .20 cents to$l por garment.
Groceries, Hardware, Tin Ware. Crockery, Dynamite, Guus. Blasting and
Ki Me Powder Loaded Sholls, Shot, Trunks, Sn?r. Cases, Etc., all at Popular Prices,
Come and See What We Have, and Hear Prices
While Looking at the Artiole.
We Appreciate Your Trade.
J. W. BTU ?fe GO. S
SENECA., S. C.
Important Notice to
I will ho at Oakway, Oconeo County,
South Cart?! i na, on October 25th to 28th,
instant inclusive, for tho purpose of
closing out all lands optioned to mo, as
woll as tho lands I havo bought in that
These lands are well improved farms,
comparatively level, and tho moBt of
thom have new houses, barns, etc.
I will pay all expenses while I am
there, of bona fide homeseekers, who
purohase lands from mo, including all
riilroad fare from all points in Groon
I villo, Pickens and Oconeo counties, pro
vided you notify mo in time to provide
' proper accommodations for you.
I expect to have twenty to forty do
s:rabio tracts of land to offer, all of
i which are to bo closed out at private
salo and at tho right kind of prices.
Parties who want roo to offer their
lauds at this salo must send me full
description of samo at once, so I can
havo them cxamiued, and know that tho
prices are right, before offering them to>
I shall reject all lands iu this sale that
aro optioned to me at a price above that
prevailing for like quaility of lauds in
tho location where they are offered.
TERMS : One-third cash. Balance in
three equal annual installments, with
interest at eight por cont per annum,
with mortgage on oremises to secure
balance of purchase noney.
Now if you mean business this is your
chanco to secure a homo in the best,
country on earth.
Address mo at Anderson, S. C.
JOSEPH J. FRET WE LL.
October ll, in05.
to pay too little for Clothes-it's a bigger mistake
to pay too much-why make either? Clothes that
hear the " S. M. A S." label aro tho "happy me
dium "-thoy aro "MADE RIGHT AT THE
RIGHT PRICE"-in fact, they aro right all
They retain their shape-givo satisfactory woar
-embody style-arc moderately priced.
Como in aud let us show you.
HUER, DENDY I COMPANY,
Seneca, S. C.
AN? GIT OUR FRICKS!.
>ck. In these inodorn times it will pay you to comparo
) about buying goodH from cash bargain stores. liusi
ir purchases, it Stands you in hand to trade with us. If
I you. Tho reason we can soil you goods for less
.th wc buy. Wo got tho cash for every dollar'? worth
a and wo savo in selling. When you trado with us
li tho credit merchants yo? have to pay the advance,
The special prices on Flour and Salt will last only ten days after
goods arrive. If you want a bargain don't bo too late.
Wo aro in tho mai Wet for a lot of Country Produce, Chickens,
Eggs, Butter, Syrup, Peas, Cano Soed, Etc.
If you havo anything to sell ho sure to see us.