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1 At a regular communication of
Blue Ridge Lodge, NO. 92, A. F. M..
held on December 18, 1907, the fol
lowing officers were elected to serve
tor tho ensuing Masantu year:
< B. S. Look, W. M.
! J. B. S. Dendy, 8. W.
E. ti. rierndon, J W,
j S. li. Pl?chfoid, TieatiireT.
. Y/. O. Whlto, Secretary.
For Eczema, Tetter and Salt H' omn.
I The Intense Itching characteristic
of these ailments ls almost Instantly
allayed by Chamberlain' Salve.
Many severe cases have been cured
by it. For salo by J. W. Bell, Wal
halla; W. J. Lunney, Seneca.
Cross Hoads Mission Society..
The members of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of Cross Roads Bap
tist church invite all the women of
this community, who are Interested
in missions, to meet at the home of
Mrs. T. P. Singleton next Saturday
afternoon, Decemhnr 21st, for the
purpose of preparing a box for the
Connie Mawoll Orphanage. Come
one, come all, and bring anything
that can be used for the little ones.
Trinie King, Secretary. .
Tokeena, December 16, 1907.
Never can tell when you'll mash a
finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or
scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil instantly relieves the
pain-quickly cures the wound.
Twelve Mile Association.
We hereby make a request that all
ministers and deacons of :he Twelve
Mlle River Association meet at An
tioch church, Pickens county, on Sat
urday, December 28, at 10 o'clock.
Committee: T. H. Stewart, A. B.
Alexander, Frank Heaton.
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Judge J. Henry Pitchford.
The 8allisaw (Okla.) Star-Gatette
"The dignified, learned and Im
partial manner in which Juda'e J. H.
Pitchford ls conducting court, in.
winning him many new friends, and
intensifying old , friendships We
are exceedingly fortunate in the se4
h et ion of such a man. We were not
present the moment court waa called
to order, but entered some time af
ter. To one unacquainted with con
ditions, lt would have seemed as If
the present officials had been occu
pylng their positions for years.
Peace and harmony reigned supreme
between court and the bar, and has
continued so throughout the week "
Muscular Pains Cured.
"During the summer ot 1903 1 was
troubled with muscular pains in the
instep of my foot, ' says S. Pedlar,
of Toronto, Ont. "At times it was
so painful I could hardly walk.
Chamberlain's'Pain HM m was recom
mended to me, so I tried it and was
completely cured by one small bot
tle. I have since recommended it to
several of my friends, all of whom
speak highly of it." ' For sale by J.
W. .Bell, Walhalla; W. jj Lunney,
Unclaimed Letters, j
Following is list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the Walhalla
post office for the week ending Mon
day, December 16, 1907:
Drln, Mrs. W. S.
Finlay, J. L.
Hines, Turner. >
Jenkins, Rev. J. B.
Moore, Mrs. LinOa.
Owens, Mrs. Lou.'za.
Reed, Miss Veattie.
Rele, Mrs. Jane.
Robinson, Mrs.- H. P.
Frammie, Mrs. Susan.
Turner. Miss Louisa.
Persons calling for the above will
please say they were advertised.
J. M. Merrick. P. M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Interdenominational Association will1
Moot Herc January H-J).
Thc Srr,t anr.ua'. convention of tho
Oconee County Interdenominational
Sunday School Association will be
Held in Walhalla on January 8 and
A prc<: mm covering the various
phases ol Sunday school work will
be discussed by the best talent ob
County Organisation and the Homo
Department, by J. M. Way, State
Sunday School and Missions--Rev.
J. C. Yongue.
Primary Work-Miss Orace W.
Adult Class Work-?ev. F. W.
Gregg, Liberty, S. C.
Teachers and Teaching-E. L.
Hughs, Superintendent city school,
bunday Schools and Temperance
-C. R. D. Burns.
A number of others will take part
In these discussions, and other sub
jects-two days. No Sabbath school
?upe ri atender.* cr teacher In Oconee
can afford to stay away. The good
people of Walhalla have opened the'r
churches and their homes for the oc
Excellent music will be rendered.
For full program-now ready
Yours for better Sunday schools,
f Dr. J. H. Burgess,
' Seneca, 8. C.
A Dangerous Deadlock,.
that sometimes terminates fatally, ls
the stoppage of liver and bowel func
tions. To quickly end this condi
tion without disagreeable sensations,
Dr. King's Now Life Pills should al
ways be your remedy. Guaranteed
absolutely satisfactory In every case
or money back, at nil druggists. 26c.
Following is the honor roll of de
portment for the Conneross school |
for the week ending Friday, 13th:
Burt Hunsinger, Pearl Hunslnger,
Codie Alexander, Mallie Abbott, Hur
sKal Abbott, Daisy Hesse. Students
must not talk or communicate with
each other in any way during school
hours, be attentive to their stud'os,
and their behavior must be perfect
Ave days in the week before their
names will be entered on the honor
roll of deportment. Teachers should
teach pupils to do right because it is
their duty. Compelling children to
do should be the last resort. By so
doing we only appeal to the animal
nature of mankind. The true, or
practioal, teacher will play on the
keynotes of their reason faculties.
J. H. Cantrell, Teacher.
Here's Good Advice.
O. 's. Woolever, one of the best
known merchants of LeRaysville, N.
? Y., says: "If you are ever troubled
with plies, apply Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It cured me of them for good
twenty years ago." Cures every
sore, wound, burn or abrasion. 26c.
at all druggists.
Harbert vs. A. ? C. Air Line R. R. Co.
The Supreme Court has recently
affirmed the judgment of the Court
ot Common Pleas of Oconee county
in the caso of James Johns Harbert,
as administrator of the estate of
James A. Harbert, deceased, against
Atlanta St Charlotte Air Line Rail
way Company. The action was com
menced on February 9, 1908, for
damages in the sum ot 120,000 on
account of the killing of James A.
Harbert on February 21, 1901, ata
public road crossing, near Madison,
bsa certain locomotive engine and
cars on the track of the railway com
pany. The case was first tried at tho
fall term, 1905, before C. Q. Dantz
1er, Presiding Judge, and a Jury, a
ve ni let in favor of the plaintiff be
ing rendered for $8,000. The verdict
waa set aside by Midge Dantsler, and
a new trial ordered. The case was
again tried at the November term,
1906, before R. C. Watts, Presiding
Judge, and a jury, wheo a. verdict
was rendered in favor ot plaintiff for
$10,000. An appeal was taken to
the Supremo Court by the defendant,
and the case has been pending in that
Court until Its final decision, dismiss
ing the appeal and affirming the
judgment below. The action was
brought by Stribllng and Herndon,
plaintiff's attorneys. On the first
trial the railway company was repre
sented by T, P. Cothran, of Green
ville, and on the last trial by J. P.
Carey, of Plckens, whr also argued
the appeal in the Sup.eme Court.
Mount Pleasant Pot?.
Mount Pleasant, Dec. 16.-Special:
R. H. Land made a business trip to
Plckens the latter part of last week.
The school at Retreat is moving
along nicely with Miss Jodie Haley
as teacher. ,
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mar
tin, a daughter. A. H. C.
Tribute of Respect to Major Dendy.
By Baie Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A.
Whereas, In the death of Brother
S. P. Dendy, Past MaBter of this
lodge, and Past Grand Master of the
Sta^e. one of the principal supports
1'. That In the death <>f Brother
Dendy another pillar of Masonry has
The church has lost one of Its most
faithful workers, the State a worthy
and useful citizen, and society a
modest, Christian gentleman.
3. That we cherish his memory in
our hearts, strive * to emulate his
many shining virtues, and commend
the lesson of his life, so consistently
taught by precept and example, to
all who may come after him.
4. That we deplore his death, and
deeply sympathize with the members
of his bereaved household.
5. That a page in our minutes be
dedicated to his memory.'
6. That a copy of these resolutions
be furnished his family, and to the
county papers for publication.
E. L. Herndon,
Geo. M. Ansel,
W. O. White,
fallen: Be lt resol
Hunt & Harper Moved.
Hunt & Harper, the enterprising
young merchants ot East Seneca,
have moved Into their new store
room recently finished tor them, next
to Ellison's Hotel. They now occupy
one of the most handsomely furnish
ed rooms In the upper part of the
State. By referring to their large ud
in this issue of Tho Courier you will
learn something of the variety and
quality of goods handled. by them.
You will do well to see them for
your Christmas goods, and remem
ber that lt always : cys to do your
Xmas shopping aa early as you pos
George NV. Eaton.
In loving memory of my husband,
George W. Eaton, who doparted this
life December ll, li?06. ,
We do not envy yo? your well-earned
Beyond the ebb and flow of mortal
Although life's cares have harder on
Than In the d?ys when you were by
our side, ,'
And every burden has a double
Because henceforth lt must be borne
And every sorrow seemeth twice as
Because no heart can know lt save
our own. -Wife.
Entertainment at Kletnrn School:
The public ls cordially Invited to
be present at an entertainment to be
given at the Return school house on
Friday evening, December 20th, be
ginning at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. C. L. Craig and Hon. E. E. 1
Vernor will be present, and deliver
addresses. They will be splendid;
Come and hear them. The rest of us
will do the best we can. Patrons
[have a special and urgent Invitation
to attend A splendid program has
I >:.-<-n arranged. It consists of recita- ;
Hons, dialogues, drills and songs. We
j rael sure you will enjoy lt. There
will also be several tableaux.
Emily Compton, Teacher.
I WANT YOUR. !
Dry Goods, Ni
AND WILL PAY THE HR3E
COTTON AND <
Buy a SOLE GRAIN
and if not satisfiec
and ?et your mon
IP NOT A CUSTOMER TRY ME.
J. W. I
ItemB from Coimeros?,
Conneross, Dec. 17.--Special: Our
school ts in a flourlsblog condition
under the management, of Prof. J. II.
Cantrell. The patrons are highly
pleased with his work. Ile gives
special attention to order, politeness
There will be servicer here Christ
mas day, conducted by Haskell Ab
bott, of Purman University, Qreen
vllle. The public cordially invited.
Mrs. T. D. Alexander is quite sick.
We hope for her spoedy recovory.
Annie Entrekin, who has boen
quite III l? i?uch beter.
Miss Katie Abbott has returned
from Commerce, Ca., where she vis
ited her sister, Mrs. LJla Hunnlcutt.
Stiles Barker and Miss Mu Ikey, of
Central, visited the Barker family
Oscar Alexander is on an extended
visit to homefolks.
Some of us are anxloulw walting
for the return of our boys and girls
at Christmas from the different col
We should a? feel 'thankful for
the many blessings we have enjoyed
the past year. 8. G*
The 1008 Hicks* Almanac
Is ready for delivery and excels all
former editions in beauty and value.
T' cover is a beautiful design in
Co >rs, the entire book is full of fine
half tones, astronomical engravings
and interebting matter, lt contains
tho Hicks weather forecasts ??om
plot.i for the whole year, finely illus-*
jtrated. The price hy nr-.il is 35 cents
'and on news stands GO cents.< v^rd
and WorkB, the Rev. tri ?. Hicks '
fine monthly magazine, contains all
his weather forecasts from month to
month, together with a vast amount
of the best family reading. The price
is $1 a year, and one almanac goes
with each subscription. Address
Word and Works Publishing Co.,
2201 Locust street, St. Louis, Mo.
Write for rate on almanacs in quan
tities. Agents wnnted.
FAL.L TRADE: IN
ire and Groceries?
[EST MARKET PRICE FOR
f DRILL FOR $8 50,
1 return, the Machine
WHEN IN SENECA CALL ON
Amid rain and mud we had the biggest trade ever heard of. Great crowds coming all day through rain
and mud to avail themselves of these Great Bargains-to miss them will be y our loss.
These Goods must go at SOME PRICE. - - Every Article in Stock is cut to the bottom.
Men's Gloves, Sale price, 78 cents per pair.
Ladies' Golf Gloves, Sale price, 19 cents per pair.
Ladies' Golf Gloves, better, Sale price, 39c. per pair.
Men's Undershirts, Sale price, 19 cents.
Men's Undershirts and Drawers, Sale price, 43c.
Ladies' Wool Vest, Sale price, 53 cents.
Ladies' Cotton Drawers, Sale price, 43 cents.
Men's Negligee Shirts, Sale price, 43 cents.
Men's Negligee Shirts, Sale price, 88 cents.
Wire Hair Brushes, Sale price, 6 cents.
Wire Hair Brushes, Sale price, 8 cents.
Br?stie Hair Brushes, Sale price, 19 cents.
Hat Pins, Sale price, 1 cent each.
Shaving Brushes, Sale price, 8 cents.
Hoyt's Cologne, Sale price, 4 cents.
Hoyt's Cologne, Sale price, 8 cents.
Brass Pins, Sale price, 4 cents.
Children's Hose Supporters, Sale price, 8 cents.
Men's Hose Supporters, Sale price, 4 cents.
Men's Hose Supporters, Sale price, 8 cents.
Men's Hose Supporters, Sale price, \9 cents.
We have a great many items in Notions and Small
Wares that we haven't space to mention, but are on
display here. Come in and examine tfye line. These
goods MUST GO.
2,000 yards Broadcloth, Sale price, 88c. per yard.
3,000 yards Calico, Sale price only 6c. per yard,
1,000 yards Waterproof, Sale price, 44c. per yard.
2,000 yards Outings, Sale price only 9c. per yard.
3,000 yards All-Wool Jeans at cost.
1,000 yards Fancy Flannelettes, for Kimonas, Dress
ing Sacks, etc. Most beautiful patterns you ever saw.
We are anxious to show you our linc of Dry Goods^
The amount of our Sales at the Opening, in spite
of the rain, was remarkable, and shows the great sav
ing that we are offering the trade. Our Sale closes on
the 23d day of December.
We have just receivedv a Car of the Best Flour on
earth at a price that will interest you. Come in and
let us sell you your Flour for your Xmas Cakes, etc.
Craig-Terner Mercantile Company,
WAILtMAJLtkA. SOUTH CAROLINA.
'PHOIVJB 03. HVBRYTHIIf? DELITBRBD IN TWOW.