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HUNT & HARPER, SENECA.
HUNT & HARPER, SENECA.
HUNT & HARPER, SENECA.
HUNT & HARPER,
Moved Next to'Ellison's
Wool Dross Good??
BlacK ana Fanty.
Our eales Ia nice Dress Goods
have been unusually heavy thia
season, but we are still showing
some very choleo materials in val
ues that can't be matched. .
BLACK WOOJL, BATISTE,
WOOL .TAFFETA, PANAMA8,
Yard-wide TAFFETAS, all sta
ple colors, at. nor v?rd, $1.00.
WAIST SILKS, 85c. values, at
per yard, 59c.
E?xtra Domestic Voltio
Cotton Checks, 6c; Outings, 5c.;
Best Ginghams, 7 and 7%c.; Pied
mont Sheeting, 7 He; Cheviot Shirt
ing, Sc.; A. C. A. Tick, 16c; Drills,
HUNT & HARPER,
Men s Heavy Fleece Underwear,
the 60c kind, in seconds, at 86c.
The bent 50?. kind, Ribbed or
Plain, at 46c
Wright's Health, 87He
Wool Underwear, the dollar
A good quality Vest or Pants,
Heavy Fleece, 60c kind, 40c.
Half Wool, Ribbed, best, only
The Walhalla "No Darn" Stock
ings, for Misses and Children, 10c.
The Walhalla "No Darn" , Half
Hose, for Men, 10 and 15c
We sell Brown's
Shoes for Women
and Children (Buster
Brown for the Chil
for Gentlemen, and
they are the ones that
"Made Life's Walk
Easy/' and always
Have you ever
tried them? They
are the best at the
price-$3.50 and $4.
Some good Patterns in MF.N'S
SUITS, this year's styles-were
$10.00 to $15.00, now $7.60 to
Excellent values in Boys' Christ
mas.Suits, $1.86 to $2.86. j
AU kinds ot OVERCOATS.
Cravenettxj Overcoats, Storm
Overcoats, Short Overcoats, Long
Overcoats; Men's Overcoats, Boys'
Overcoats. The price ia $3 to
$16.00 for the Men's; $2.76 to
$5.60 for the Boys'.
If this ls too much for Christ
mas Presents, just buy one for
Ladles' Rain Coats, $7.60 to
Those are good for
Blankets, Comforts, Bed Spreads,
Towels, i able Linen, Umbrellas,
Suit Cases, Fram ul Pictures, Hand
Bags, Handkerchiefs, Collars,
Belts, Felt Slippers.
We are the Hat
We buy the biggest bills ot
HATS that ever come to Seneca.
Newest style In all the medium
prices-$1.00, $1.25, $1.60 and
China Dolls, 3c, 6ft .JUhtlfl 15c,
and 20c. y / -
Bisque Dolls. 10c,' 15c, 25c,
Kid Dolls, 25c, 40c, and 60c
Rubber Dolls, 10c. and 25c.
Pretty styles In these goods.
Handled Hand Bags, 25c, 50c,
Square Bags, 50c, $1.00 and
We have the "Affinity" Silk Elas
tlc Belts. They are the newest,
50c, $1.00 and $1.50.
High Back Combs, 10, 15, 25,
We have what we
believe to be the largest
and best assortment
of useful things for
Presents that you will
be able to find this
DO YOUR SHOP
PING EARLY AS
POSSIBLE, as the
last days are always
rush days and the best
things will be gone.
Many have taken
the unusual advan
tage of buying relia
ble Jewelry at Dry
Goods Prices. This
is the line that is car
ried by the best Dry
Good st Iou sc s in every
city in this State.
Every piece fully
guaranteed by our
selves and the makers.
Nothing more suita
ble for any member
of the family.
Cuff Links, Brooch
es, Hat Pins, Watch
Fobs, Cuff or Baby
Pins, Men's, Ladies'
Misses' and Baby
Rings, Barrett's Neck
Chains, Hearts and
Scarf Pins, s
Linen Drawn WorK.
Hemstitched 'uing Table
Cloths, Dollies, Bureau Scarfs,
Washstand Scarfs, Tray Cloths,
Tt?ble Squares, Art Squares, Tow
Prices, per piece, 10c. to $1.75.
Beautiful China, Decorated
Glassware, Vases and China Novel
ties at LOWEST PRICES.
Toilet Sets, $1.00 and %2.2p.
Framed Pictures, 89c, $1.25,
$1.69 to ?3.00.
Hal) or Dining Room Mirrors,
French Plate Glass 18 by 40 in
ches, $6.00 and $7.00.
Men's and Ladies' Linen Hand
Air Guns, 25, 85 and 90 cents.
Albums, Post CardB.
Albums, 26c. to 75c.
Tops lue to 25c.
Dollies 5c. to 25c e^ch.
HUNT & HARPER
NEXT TO ELLISON'S HOTEL.
HUNT & HARPER, SENECA. HUNT & HARPER, SENECA. HUNT & HARPER, SENECA.
FGfi^HnBHSiMSVir ttf iCA vCro
MASONIC GRAND LODGE.
I Body Holds its 181st Annual Session.
Tho Election of Officers.
(News and Courier, Dec. 12.)
After disposing of a number of
routine matters and electing officers
for the ensuing year, the Most Wor
shipful. Grand Lodge ot Ancient Free
[Masons of South Carolina concluded
ita-one hundred and thirty-first an
nu al session yesterday afternoon, the
communication having been a very
[interesting and harmonious one. At
the conclusion of the session the
members were entertained on a trip
to the 4\avy Yard, which was much
enjoyed. The lodge ' adjourned to
meet in Charleston on the second
?Tuesday in December. 1908.
The principal busluess transacted
at the session yesterday was the elec
tion of officers, and for the offlc- of
Junior Grand Warden, the only c. cc
for which there was opposition, Geo.
T. Bryan, of Greenville, was chosen.
Janies L. Michie, ot Darlington, was
electee Grand Master, and all the
officer? under him were promoted.
At 10.30 o'clock the business pf
the session-had been concluded ex
cept the election of officers, and by
unanimous consep*. the election was
held at. once, in pl. ce of the constitu
tional nour ot 12.o'clock, and the
following officers were chosen:
Granl Master-James L Michie, Of
Deputy Grand Master-James R.
Johnson, of Charleston.
Senior Grand Warden-George S.
Mower, of Newberry.
Junior Grand Warden-George T;
Bryan, of Greenville.
Grand Treasurer-Zimmerman Da
vis, of Charleston.
Grand Becretary-J. T. Barron, P.
G. M., of Columbia.
Grand Chaplain-Rev. W. P Smith,
After tho installation of the fore
going the following appointive offi
cers were announced:
Senior Grand Deacons-J. P.Duck
ett, Anderson; J. G. Kinney, Bennets
Junior Grand Deacons-W. J. Rod
gera, Darlington; J. W. Roberts, of
Grand Stewards-A. L. Barton,
Charleston; J. K. Hood, Anderson.
Grand Marshal-John Kennerly,
Grand Pursuivant-G. L. Rlcker,
The following District Deputy
Grand Masters were appointed:
First district, William G. Mar.yck,
Charleston; second, S. H. Rodgers,
Beaufort; third, R. A. Gyles, Black
ville; fourth, William A. Giles, Gran
Iteville; fifth, B. E. Nicholson, Edge
fleld; sixth, ti. A. Cooper, Laurens;
seventh, J. C. Watkins, Anderson;
eighth, O. R. Doyle, Calhoun; ninth,
A. S. Rowell, Piedmont; tenth, B. B.
Bishop, Inman; eleventh, G. Y. Hun
ter, Prosperity; twelfth, E. C. Be
erest, Laneastei ; thirteenth, Joseph
Liudaay, Chester; fourteenth, W. C.
Davis, Manning; fifteenth, Louis Ja
cobs, Klngstree; sixteenth, William
Eggleston, Hartsvllle; seventeenth,
John C. Sellers; eighteenth, William
L. Glaze, Orangeburg.
Don't let the baby suffer from ec
zema, sores or any itching of ?.he
skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant
relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safe
for children. All druggists sell it.
[Tribute of Respect to John J. Ansel.
By Blue Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A.
Whereas, in the death of Brother
John J. Ansel ' this lodge has sus
tained the loss of one of it's oldest
and most faithful members; and,
whereas, we remember with pride
and gratitude his faithful devotion
to the welfare of this lodge, and his
long years of usefulness in promot
ing the upbuilding of same. Be it
li That in the death of Brother
John J. Ansel one of the old land
marks of this lodge has been remov
ed, One who spent his time and
[ means for the benefit of this lodge.
2. 'The church has lost a most
I faithful worker, the State a worthy
I citizen and society a useful member.
3. That we cherish his memory in
our hearts, and commend the lesson
of his life to all who may come after
4. That we deplore his death and
I deeply sympathize with the members
I of his bereaved household.
6. That a page in our minutes be
dedicated to his memory, and that a
copy of these resolutions be furnished
to his family, and also to the county
papers for publication.
R. T. Jaynes,
C. W. Pitchford,
Plnesalve Carbollzed acts like a
poultice, draws out inflammation and
poison. Antiseptic, healing. For
chapped hands, lips, cuts, burns. Sold
by J. W. Bell, Walhalla; W. J. Lun
I Denver Gets Big Convention (Dem.)
Washington, Dec. 12.-The Na
tional Democratic Convention will be
held in Denver, according to the de
cision of the National Democratic
Committee this afternoon. On the
first ballot Denver got 20 votes, Lou
isville 18, Chicago 5 and St. Paul 1.
When the second ballot was start
ed Chicago threw her strength to
Denver, making 2 G votes for the Col
Immediately the motion was of
fered and carried to make the decis
ion unanimous in favor of Denver.
When winds shriek high in fiendish
And enters winter with his key
Protect yourself, from disease be
Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain i
Tea. -J. W. Bell.
OONTAINO HONKY A
I An improvement o
system of . eol<3 by
satisfaction or mon?
Sold by DR. J. W. BELL,
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ANSEL WILL ASK RE-ELECTION.
Says He will Not Run for the Senate,
Despite All the Urging.
Columbia, December 10.-Gover
nor Ansel will stand (or re-election!
The Governor to-day gave out a
signed statement expressing appreci
ation of the many kind things said
about his administration by his
friends and In the public press, and
acknowledging the efforts that have
been made by many of his admirers
to Induce him to ofter for the United
States Senate, but stating that he
conceives it to be his duty to stand
for re-election. There ls little 01
no probability that ne will have any
opposition, except, perhaps, of a cap
tious character, for a second terni.
Hla statement in full is as follows*
To the People of South Carolina:
witmr the last few weeks I have
t ?en very deeply touched by the
?nany kind letters received, and by
the many words of encouragement
and commendation from friends all
over the State, and also by the ap
preciative notices f muent ly appear
ing In the press ? the otate with
reference to my administration as
Governor, and the request and de
sire of so many that I stand for re
fection for another term. For all
'hese manifestations of confidence
I feel truly grateful and I appreciate
the same more than wordB can ex
I have tried to discharge the du
ties of my office with an eye single
to the best Interests of all tho peo
ple, and while I have doubtless com
mitted errors, they have been of the
head and not of the heart. In obe
dience to the expressed wish and
desire of so many of my friends I
have decided to stand for re-election
to the office of Governor for another
term, subject, of course, to the will
of the Democratic voters In the next
I take this method of thanking
the citizens of the State fdr the loy
alty with which they have stood by
me in this first year of my adminis
tration. I have received numerous
letters and messages urging me to
enter the race for the-United States
Senatorshlp this coming summer,
and while I appreciate the Interest
and compliment thus expressed, I
have thought it my duty to stand
for re-election to the office of Gover
nor. Respectfully,. .<?I
M. F. Ansel.
Columbia, 8. C., December 10.
Derision Meeta With Approval.
Governor Ansel was elected Gov
ernor in 1906 because of his stand
for the ab" .'lon of the State dispen
sary and ' .e substitution therefor of
a local option system, and because
of' the confidence which the people
generally had in him as a man. His
retirement from the office of Gover
nor at the expiration . of one term
would doubtless have again precipi
tated the liquor question as an issue
in the State campaign next year, es
pecially in the race for Governor,
and lt is by many regarded as for
tunate that this should not be the
case. On the recommendations
which Governor Ansel will make In
regard to the legislation necessary
to carry out further the will of the
people, If any be needed at all, will
largely depend on what the Legis
lature win do in regard to the Ca
rey-Cothran law at the approaching
session. The vJovernor haB not yet
intimated what his position on this
matter will be. but he has given the
law close st mly and has paid particu
lar attention to its practical work
ing. Any amnedments which the
Governor may suggest will assuredly
receive very careful consideration
from the majority of the general
Assembly, the majority being com
mitted to local option.
The Senatorial Outlook.
The announcement that the Gov
ernor will not enter thp race for the
Senate was received with interest in
political circles to-day. So far the
only entries in that race are Senator
Latimer, Superintendent Martin, and
Col. J. J. Dargan. D. S. Henderson
of Aiken, aijd George Johi.stone of
Newberry, who have both been in
the city thiB week, engaged In the
Southern Raliway merger case as at
torneys for the railroad, are also
spoken of as candidates, but have
not made any formal announcement.
Mr. Martin ls from PIckens, and has
a strong hold In Greenville and An
derson, and his friends say he will
make it interesting for Senator Lati
mer In the up-country. It ls possi
ble, however, that with other candi
dates in the field tho vote may be
considerably cut up and divided out.
Tb"- e is plenty of time to figure on
the details.-J. H., in News and Cou
Weak Kidneys, surely point to weak kldnoy
Nenros. The Kldnoys. Uko th ty. Ilea rt, and the
stomach, find their weakness, enot in the organ
Itself, butin the n?rvea that control and guido
and strengthen them. Dr. Shoop'e Restorative la
a medicino specifically prop?rod to reach these
controlling nerves. To doctor tho Kidneys alone.
Ia futile. It is a waste of time, and of money aa
If your back aches or ls weak, if the nrlne
acalda, or is dark and strong, If you have symptoms
of Brights or other dlstresslny or clangorous kld
noy disease, try Dr. Shoop's Restorative a month
Tablets or Liquid-and aee what it can and will
do tor you. Druggist recommend and sell
_J. W. BELL
A noted hen, belonging to W. Q.
Hipp, of Newberry, died last week.
If she had lived until next March she
would have been 28 years old. She
was of the Indian game variety.
ND TAR. OONPORMOt TO NATIO?
var many Cough. Lung and Broncti
acting as a cathartic on the bowal
sr refunded. Preparad by P1NEULB
Walhalla. W. J
C. O. MYERS,
(Oukw..y.) R. F. D. No. 8,
62* Westminster, S. C.
W. JT. CARTER, M. D.,
Office two doors above the Bank, in
WESTMINSTER, 3. C.
DR. W. F. AUSTIN,
Seneca. South Carolina.
Office over J. W. Byrd ft Co.
PHONE NO. 81.
DR. D. P. THOMSON,
Walhalla, South Carolina.
Office oye? CW. Pitchford Co's Store
Phone Nb. 86.
DR. J.H. BURGESS,
Seneca, South Carolina.
Office over Nlmmons' Store,
Office Hours:-9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
2 P. M. to 6 P. M.
B. A. BENTLEY, R. T. JAY?E?T
OOONEE COLLECTION AGENCY.
Special attention given to collec
tion? in the county. Try us. Ad
dress all communications to
B. A. BENTLEY, Manager,
Walhalla, 8. C.
E. L. HERNDON,
Walhalla, South Carolina.
PHONE No. Ol.
J. P. Carey, J. W. Shelor,
Plckens, 8. C. Walhalla. 8. C.
W. C. Hughs, Walhalla.
CAREY, SHEuOR A HUGHS,
Attorneys and Counsellors, 1
Walhalla, S. C.
Practice In State and Federal Courts.
R. T. JAYNBS,
Walhalla, South Carolina.
Practice In State and Federal Court?.
Poll Phono No. 20.
M. C. LONG,
(Office Over Post Office,)
Anderson, S. C.
Will practice in all Courts in South
Offered by the
NORTH, NORTHWEST, WEST,
J. G. HOLLENBECK,
Division Passenger Agent,
We are offering, for a limited time,
IN LAND 1
2-acre lot; dwelling, outbuildings;
Midway; a bargain, at low price.
124 acres, near Walhalla, for
?is v. acres, near Walhalla, for
72 acres, near Walhalla, for
54 acres, 2 Mr miles west of Wal
halla, for $1,000.
4 acre lot, West End, Walhalla, to
be sold in lots to suit purchaser.
, These are some special bargains
we are offering.
If von have anything you want to
sell.' or If you want to buy, it will be
money In your pocket to see us.
A. C. BURTON and
B. A. BENTLEY.
STOVES AND \
CHICAGO AND COLUMBIA AIR
TINWARE, ENAMEL AND STOVE
GENERAL REPAIRING AND
B. 8. LOOK, WALHALLA, S. C.
RIMS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
j Rullova Indignation ?nd Stomach Tiuubl**.
i AL puns woo AND DRUGS LAW.
I lal Remedias, becau?? lt rid? ttte
?. No opiates. Guaranteed to sive
MTOACINB CO.. CHICAGO. I). ?. A.
. LUNNEY, Seneca.