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both ?tJce advertisement of farms for
Toltlea(i the new advertisement of
On aclc<)rmaQ Company In this issue.
ii?J*5lv}l8a May Kant opont Thanks
i? ?il?'ln Anderson among relatives.
Asoocint ... ... ^
In thei Prn' unto Mr- and Mrs. w- ?
.weeks,!iier> ^T-> on December 2, i907,
ject of ? ti .ses Hattie and Anna Darby
At tmeturned from a visit to rela
C-ommitde Columbia and Fort Motte,
ton Asfco, Board of County Commis
Union, U^iil hold their regular meet
cents vwa\8)Xt Friday.
?Tm^iVw- J. E. Boggo, of Plckens.
VI?. ..LA eral days in Walhalla last
lion ba?le>? friend,
has occuttr'i' J? A- Steck ls confined to
but both"^ \bls week. He is suffering
from ,tba attack of la grippe.
thiB fftt?r. JAnies ll. Crawford, of Mar
a., silent a few days last week
ng his Lld Walhalla friends.
-New Mt winter hats and millin
y Of la tesl style. Mrs. Callaway,
1 Westminster, S. C.
. -Mrs. Ri Fahnestock leaves this
week for SAvannah, where she will
(pend'the winter with relatives and
-Mrs. wirren II. Shelor, of An
derson, ls vlfeltlng at the homes of
Col. and Mr? H. A. Thompson and
Mlpi; Georgia wanDlviere this week.
--M. J. Smyth, of Columbia, spent
?*e Thanksgiving holidays with his
mother, Mrs. 13. A. Smith, and fam
ily. H6 retmvnd to Columbia Sun
day. ?' .
,'-Louis F. Sloan, of Charleston,
visited at the home of lils uncle, Jas.
Sanborn, the past week. He left on
Tuesday morning for a visit to rela
t i y es at Pendleton.
-Rev. J. A. Bond will preach at
tie Walhalla Baptist church next
sAnday morning at ll o'clock a. m.,
nt, which time announcement will be
mpde as to preaching at night.
-It is desired that the pupils of
Wile Walhalla Methodist Sunday
pol go prepared to contribute as
rally as possible on next Sunday,
lt is the. wish of thoco la charge
raise a sum sufficient to defray
expenses of the Christmas tree.
^^?1' on sheetings,
, i' li Ti, ? ?'? es.-? goods and
fat her, J. Jo Stew. Now wo are .
27th, at 7..10 o clustoniora the ai-I
Kev. W. H. iiawlul get h?<V* ?^T* -
marriage ceremon. \\^|v-v-Ar?"fn'
a duchess satin, U WPllpstor.
lace, and carried. Keith, Carrie Sho
ot white So??tFie Shelor and Miss
tendant;, ^ Qf Anderson, took
With - dinner with Miss Dolly
WWber Kati Walhalla Hotel. Seve
W-. . j couples were also pr?sent?t
.Tax collecting ls a slow game,
mst il has been up to the pros
.Ime, Treasurer Schroder having
ved only $G,201).G<> to date,
re ls yet to be collected $77,
10, the taxes in this county,
omiting to $83,680.00. Out of
ut 7.000 receipts to be issued,
only 8 0.". have been handed out up
to this time.
-The friends of Ben. T\ Fisher
were glad to see him on our streets
Tuesday. He has been living at Oak
Point, Washington, for tho past eigh
teen months, and ?ikes that section
of the Northwest very much. Ho has
been engaged in the timber business
the greater pa.l of the time. Mr.
Fisher ls now visiting his family at
Belton. He will remain In South
Carolina until spring, when he w 1
return to Washington. We wish Ben
?.on tin ned success.
>-We note with pleasure the splen
did race S. K. Cannon is making In
Franklin county, Georgia, for Com
missioner of Hoads and Revenues.
In the election hold on November 22
Mr. Cannon received 521 votes and
(ho next highest man received 203.
A second primary was held on Mon
day, but wo have not learned the re
sult. We predict, however, that Can
non was victorious. Mr. Cannon was
a citizen of Oconee for many years,
and wo are pleased to know ho ls so
popular with the people of our sister
-Mart W. Carter returned from
Lake Providence, Un., last week. Ho
has been there .or several months In
the employ of tho parish authorities,
operating road machines. In that
State tho machines are operated with
steam engines, three scrapes hoing
attached to one large traction en
gine. The authorities In that Stni>!
have learned that lt is cheaper *o
run machines In this way than by
"mule power." Mr. Carter will be
hore until next sining, when he will
probably return to Louisiana. He is
now running a meat market nt the
corner of Main and Tugaloo streets.
pure Drags or
obacco or C
thing-The Best is
pest-Get it from
-Qo to T. E. Alexander for your
buggies and harness.
-Dr, O. C. Probst, Dentist; office
at bis residence, Walhalla. eow-tf
-H. T. Lewis advertises for nulo a
lot of farming Implements, proven
der, etc. See ad for particulars.
.-Miss Harriett Vernor, of Re
treat, is visiting UwF brothers, John
D. and W. L. Verner, this week.
-Latest novelties In winter hats
and millinery constantly arriving at
Mrs. Calla way's, Westminster, 8. C.
-Mr.and Mrs. J. ?. Reid, of Co
lumbia, visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Reid, and family Thanks
-Pat Garrison is at home again,
after spending some time among rel
atives and friends in Greenville and
?-Somebody stole the $25 peanut
vender from Norman's drug store
front a few weeks ago to get a few
pennies or for pure cussedness.
-San E. Maxwell, of Columbia,
is visiting among his Walhalla rela
tives and friends, who are always
glad to welcome him back to his old
-Mrr. S. P. Dendy left last Satur
day fo; Greenville, where she will
spend s j Me time with her daughters,
Mrs. L. L. Parr and Mrs. C. AV.
-Rev. J. J. Brown, of McColl, S.
C., visited his brother, Rev. L. W.
Brown, last week, and assisted In the
protracted services at Ebenezer Pres
-W. E. Seaborn, of Pell City,
Ala., arrived In Walhalla last week,
and will spend the winter here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sea
-Christopher Kelley, who is em
ployed by the Southern Railway as
fireman between Greenville and At
lanta, is at home for t n days or two
weeks. He ls looking well.
-L. Schaffrodt, of Midway, has
about Completed remodelling his res
idence. It has been transformed into
a two-story structure. N. Crenshaw
has been In charge of the work.
-Monroe Gambrell and family, of
the Bear Swamp section, have moved
to town and are occupying the resi
dence of ?Sirs. K. P. Lowl8, on Fac
ulty Hil!. We welcome this family
to our .town.
-vDon't forget the sale of lots on
Decwnber 14th, which will give a
HpUeridid opportunity to secure build
IJK sites in the town of Walhalla.
f?Jee advertisement and plat of the
lots on the second page of this issue.
-Just received a car of Roxane
first patent, and Southern Bell, half
patent, that we are selling at little
over half cost. It got In u leaky oar.
Come before lt ls all gone.
J. & J. S. Carter, Westminster.
-L. L. Barr, of Greenville, spent
several days last week In Walhalla.
He returned Monday, accompanied
by Mrs. S. P. Dendy, who will spend
some weeks visiting her daughters,
Mrs. L. ii. Barr and Mrs. C. W.
-There will be a congregational
meeting In the Lutheran church next
Sunday morning, December 8th, at
11 o'clock sharp, for the election of
officers for the ensuing year. All
members In good standing are urged
to be present.
- Dr. John G. Law, who was quite
sick for about three weeks, neir An
derson, came home the first of last
week. He is much improved since
his return home, and his many
friends hope to nee him in his usual
good health at an early date.
?-Protracted services began In tho
Presbyterian church last Sunday eve
ning and will continue through the
week. Rev. L. W. Brown, the pas
tor, ls being assisted in the meeting
by Rev.Mr. Frazier, of the I<Mrsl Pres
byterian church, of Anderson, who
will conduct the services through the
week. He is an able and forceful
speaker, and will give -auch food for
thought. There will be two services
each day-morning at ll o'clock,
and evening nt 7.30. Rev. J. J.
Brown, of McColl, occupied tre pul
pit, last Sunday evening and preached
an interesting sermon.
-At the Wagener Theater, last
Friday night, was presented "Mrs.
Sniggles" and Ma's New Boarders."
by local talent, for tho benqflt of tho
Millville school. A nice sum, amount
ing to about $22, was realized. Miss
Mamie Ansel, who had the plays In
charge, ls to be praised for the splen
did presentation. There were seve
ral musical selections by Mrs. Geo.
M. Ansel and Miss Mary Pitchford.
Miss Pitchford also gave two vocal
selections. Those who took part
were: Misses Fannie Crisp, Lula
Earle, Saloma Yongue, Tommie and
Dora Pitchford, and Otto Schumach
er, Fugene P. Hutchison, Claude
Reid and Sam Yongue.
J. W. BELL,
ng Materials or
\^ou are looking for, yon
will And them here.
. -The West Union school, which
is under the management of Miss
Hattie Rutledge, has an enrollment
of 85 pupils.
-Dr. and Mrs. P. H. E. Sloan, of
Clemson College, spent Thanksgiving
with the family 01 Dr. B. F. Sloan,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Merrick. They are always welcome
visitors to Valhalla, where they have
-Mrs. Helon O. Ray, of Seneca,
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
Miss iu'.i Jones at the Walhalla Ho
tel. Her friends here were delighted
to meet her again. She spent two
years as an instructor in the Wal
halla Qraded Schools.
-We aro glad to welcome Robt.
E. Lee and family back to Oconee
from Pell City, Ala., whore they have
beon living the past year. Mr. Lee
says he expects to buy a farm in the
near future and devote his time and
attention to farming next year.
-Jesse R. Maxwell and family, of
Columbia, are visiting the family of
the former, Mr. and Mrs. Q. K. Max
well. They will be here for two
weeks or more. Mr. Maxwell is suf
fering from a seriously crushed
hand, and is off from his railroad
duties until his injury heals.
-In another column of this issue
will be found the advertisement of
Mrs. N. M. Craig, offering at public
sale a large tract of land near Old
Pickens; also lot of farming tools,
cattle, sheep, hogs, blacksmith tools,
etc. The sale will take place at the
home of Mrs. Craig on Friday, De
cember 27. Remember the dato and
go and get your share of the many
-W. L. Dalton, of Greensburg,
Pa., was In Walhalla for a short
while last Wednesday afternoon and
paid The Courier an appreciated call.
Mr. Dalton ls a native of Oconee.be
lng a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dal
ton, and was raised in the Richland
section. He has been among rela
tives in his home community for a
week or two. He left for Pennsylva
nia last Monday to resume his duties
In connection with the State Police
Force. He expects within a few
months to go to Panama, where he
will be connected with the govern
ment service In the work on the Pan
ama Canal. Mr. Dalton ls a pleasant
young gentleman, and we congratu
late him on his attainments.
We are requested to announce that
there will be a meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Beaverdam As
sociation at Westminster, Tuesday,
December 10th, at 2 p. m.
Baptists Meet at Orangeburg.
Orangeburg Is preparing to enter
tain the State Baptist Convention
from December 5 to ll. Three hun
dred nnd fifty delegates, representing
125,oqo Baptists and their allied de
nominational work, are expected to
be present. The State Convention of
Baptists was held there eighteen
Habens Not Present,
Injunctions have been received
and served In Charleston permanent
ly restraining H. J. Blgby and Ru
dolph Rabens from violating the dis
pensary law. ?They made no appear
ance at the recent hearing before the
Supreme Court, and the permanent
order was accordingly prepared In
advance of those In the ether cases.
Killed by Seaboard Train.
C. A. Duncan, a white inna, re
cently employed by the Lydia Cotton
Mills, at Clinton, was instantly killed
by Seaboard vestibule, No. 32. the
top of his head being badly crushed.
Duncan had been drinking all the day
and evidently went to sleep on the
side of the track.
(Anderson Mall, 2!Uh.)
Last evening about fifty Pythians
gathered in the Knights of Pythias
lodge room in Townvillo to enjoy an
oyster supper. Pythlanism, like in all
towns of the Piedmont, is steadily
growing in popularity, for in Town?
ville many new members have been
Initiated there during the past few
weeks. Besides enjoying a well swerv
ed oyster supper last evening, those
who were fourtunate enough to be
present, enjoyed talks by various
prominent Pythians, antony; chem be
ing J. H. Craig and l.t. P. Clinkaeatal,
Jr., of Anderson.
The following ls a list of the un
claimed letters remaining in the
Walhalla post office for the week
ending December 2, 19 07:
Abbott, D. L.
Bottoms, Miss Lillie.
Chastalne, M. C.
Persons calling for any of tho
above will please say that they were
advertised. J. M. Merrick, P. M.
The best medicines in the
world cannot take the place of
the family physician. Consult
him early when taken ill. If
the trouble is with your
throat, bronchial rubes, or
lungs, ask him about taking
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then
take it or not, as he says.
Wo publUh our formulas
from our medi?la??
Wo urce yon to
Bilious attacks, sick-headaches, indiges
tion, constipation, dizzy spells-these
are some of the results of an inactive
liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses
A VT'S Pills in these cases. The dose
ts small, one pill at bedtime.
-? .'liado by tb? J, C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Man.
With eaoh Cash Puroha
MORNING-, Nov. 21st
the lucky number wil
in our Show Windo
J. A. Steck have
tickets and dec
be given at*
Murdered by Rejected Suitors.
Brownsville, Pa., Dec. 1.-While
the festivities In celebration of his
marriage were at the height early
to-day, George Bea, aged 38 years,
accompanied by several companions,
left the house to urge a friend living
nearby to join In the fun. They had
got but a short distan e when half a
dozen men, supposed to be rejected
suitors of Bea's bride, leaped from
hiding and one of them dealt Bea a
blow that fractured his skull and
caused his death a few ho?rs later.
Bea's friends endeavored to assist
him, but were forced to retreat. In
the fusilado ot shots John Jacovlc, a
guest, was hit In the face by a bullet
and seriously injin vd.
Miss Mary Hampton Weds.
Miss Mary Singleton Hampton, of
Columbia, daughter of the late Gen.
Wade Hampton, and John Randolph
Tucker, ot Bedford City, Va., were
married at her home In Columbia
Wednesday evening last, the cere
mony being performed by the bro
ther of the groom, Rev. Dallas Tuck
er. Only the relatives of the two
families were present. For the re
ception following 1,000 invitations
were sent out. Miss Hampton was a
recipient, a few days ago, of a letter
of warm congratulation from Presi
dent and Mrs. Roosevelt. Magnifi
cent gifts have come from a number
of foreign countries, among them In
dia, Brazil and Panama.
Showing How ' . Do lt.
' Charleston, Nov. 27.-John Melve
rn o re, aged 21, a young man employ
ed by the Southern Hallway, fatally
Injured himself while demonstrating
to others how a suicide wound is in
flicted He placed to his head a pis
tol in which there were loaded and
empty shells and saying jokingly:
"This ls the way they do lt," pulled
the trigger. A loud report followed
and McLemore fell to the ground
with a bullet In his brain.
Woman Doctor Gets Long Term.
Chicago, December 1.-Dr. Lucy
Kagenow. almost 60 years old, was
found guilty of murder and sentenced
to twenty years In the penitentiary.
She was tried on the charge of caus
ing the leath of Mrs. Anna Horavltch,
by an Illegal operation. It was stat
ed in the closing arguments for the
State that Mrs. Hagenow had prac
ticed for thirty years, and had caused
a thousand deaths. One of the deaths
ls that of Lota Madison, sister of Mrs.
Bradley, whose trial for the murder
or Senator Brown, of Utah, is in pro
gress at Washington.
tor chit drem ?afrn, ru rm? No opiato*
T. E. ALEXANDER.
The Land Man
WALHALLA, SC. I
FOR SALE AND TO RENT.
HOMES IN MARION COUNTY, the
fruit, iron and vegetable belt.-$3 to
$5 per acre. DAVIS BIGGS,
.16-49 Jefferson, Texas.
FOR HALE.-Rose Comb Whito
Leghorn and Rose Comb White Wy
andotte Roosters; $1 and $2 each.
Guinea pigs $1.50 per pair.
49* MRS. J. D. ISBELL, Walhalla.
M. C. LONO,
(Office Over Post Office,)
Anderson, s. c.
Will practice in all Courts in South
That's My Hobby.
If you want one
don't fail to SEE
ME BEFORE BUY
Walhalla. S. C.
?solv.tcly Free to the Person Holding
se of $1 we will give a Ticket from TO-MORROW
i till Deoember 31st, and then the person holding
L be given our $40 Steel Range, now on display
w. Messrs. W. L. Verner, George Seaborn and
kindly consented to take charge of these
ide upon a plan f,s to how the Range shall
ray. Remember, the Range will go to
ne on DECEMBER 31st, 1907.
MOSS & ANSEL,
WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING THE
GREATEST LINE OF WOOLEN
AND SILK DRESS GOODS
SHOWN IN THIS MARKET.
Our stocK of Men's, oys' and Childr en's
.Suits and Overcoats is made up of the
newest and best styles that high
grade tailoring can produce with
Prices Reasonably Low.
Do not fail to examine our stocK of Men's?
Women's and Children's high-class
solid leather Shoes before buying
your fall and winter supply. It
will be to your interest as well
as ours for you to do so.
A Large and Selected Stock Ladies' Jackets* \
and Coats, Underwear, Em
broideries and Laces.
Woolen and Cotton Blankets, all sizes?
from 50c. to $7.50 per pair.
We are Agents for the celebrated MITCHELL
WAGONS and COLUMBIA ?UGGIES. See us
and get our prices before buyinglyour Buggy or
Wagon and Harness.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, almos* all sizes
to fill any order.
LIME AND CEMENT, high-grade* Paint and Oil.
N. B.--With each and every bill of Dry Goods,
Clothing and Shoes amounting to $10 we will give
25 pounds Now York Standard Granulated Sugar
W. P. Nimmons. Seneca. S. C
WE ARE SELLING
A big lot of Odds and Ends in Children's Cloaks
at half price Any of tho following will bo cheaper
than yon could buy tho Goods to mako them.:
15 Short Coats, sir.es 5 to 13 yoars, in red and
blue, at 75 cents each.
21 Longer Coats, ifi samo colors and trimmed,
sizes 8 to 13 yoars, at $1 oach.
ll Good Kersey Coats, sizes 7 to 12 years, good
valuo at $1.50 oach.
Yours vory truly,
W. S. HUNTER & CO.,
SENECA, S. C.