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KEOWEE COURIER
(ESTABLISHED UH?.)
Published Every Wednesday Morning
Subscription $1 Por Annum.
Advertising Ilutes Reasonable.
-Hy
?TECK, SHE I/O R ? SCHRODER.
Communications of a personal char
acter charged for us advertise
ments.
Obituary notices and tributes of re
spect, of not over ooo hundred
words, will bo printed free of
charge. All ovor that number
must bo paid for at tho rate of one
ment a word. Cash to accompany
manuscript.
WALHALLA, H. C.:
WEDNESDAY, JUNK 20, 1012.
HM I.h APPEAR NEXT WEEK.
The Courier is in receipt Tuesday
morning of a lengthy article from
.Mayor W. M. Drown with reference
lo the controversy as lo public Im
provements, etc., in tho town of
Walhalla. Wo regret thal tho length
of the article and thu crowded con
dition of our columns this week pro
ven I the use of tho article in this
issue, lt will bo published In full
next wcok.
OM; DAV EARIJY NEXT WEEK.
Owing to tho fact that next. Thurs
day will be thc Fourth of July (na
tional holiday), and in order that
The Courier may not Ho over in the
post offices of the county until Friday
Vor distribution on rural routes, we
Will next week go to press about ll
o'clock Tuesday, instead of Wednes
day, as is our custom.
Those having items of nows for us,
our correspondents and advertisers,
und all others concerned, will please
govern themselves accordingly, bear
ing in mind that Tho Courier will
next week be Issued on Tuesday in
stead of Wednesday.
The Florence Times says the first
campaign mooting, al Sumter, was
?'as tasteless as warmed-over Char
leston wallies." But that was hotter
Mian the menu served at Bishopvllle,
which savored much of buzzard slew,
Chile concarne and hot tamales.
Thursday of next week will bring
reports of disasters, accidents and
killing unless the Fourth of July ls
observed in a manner differing from
the past. Oconee is generally known
for her observance of the day along
"safe and sane" lines, lt is to be
hoped that there will bo no deviation
from this rule.
Mr. Roosevelt .is a wise old (lindi.
He says the n >v parly must not have
the name "Republican" in any way
connected with it. Ho ls a (dear rea
soner. A less astute person would
have desired to (ding to the old
name, but not Theo. \'o Inconsist
encies for him. Think of calling a
party "Republican" and Iben setting
up as its motto "Thou shalt not
sren)." Preposterous! lt wouldn't
lie recognized by an.v one from Finde
Joe Cannon down lo "Sonny" Capers.
For Sale One steam roller: good
ns new; very effective: demonstrated
in Chicago; results far in excess of
anticipation ; ellloiency guaranteed
5)}).}19 per cent. Just the thing for
obstreperous candidates; mashes
'?.in lint. Could bo delivered in Bal
timore by Friday, 2Sth. on wire or
der. Apply "W. II. T.," Washington.
IV C. lt.
Pendleton Mill Village Tragedy.
Anderson. June J".. Arthur Sav
age, tho white night watchman of
thc Pendleton Cotton .Mills, shot and
instantly killed bis brother-in-law.
Horace Edgar, In the mill village last
night. Savage bad his picture taken
With a friend yesterday afternoon,
and in i he picture li?' was aiming his
pistol al tho friend. Cast night he
was showing Edgar the positions he
mid his friend occupied In tho pic
ture. \s Savage [limed tho pistol at
Edgar it was discharged, Fd gar rn II
j ti ?, d< ad at bis feet.
J mal Notes loom Richland.
K ich la nd. Juno :.' I. Special: Mrs.
?Stornbridgo and throe interesting
children and Miss Ida Vaughn, of
MiUedgcvillc, tia., are visiting at the
home of their brother, Itov. F. h.
Vaughn,
Miss Francos Widemaii, of Due
West. )r, spending ibo summer with
ber sister, Mrs. J. II. Dendy.
Chas. Vernor, ol Tuscaloosa, Ala.,
spent on<> dav lust week al the home
of lion. E. E. Vernor.
Miss Mary Lewis, of Plckons, is
.visiting Miss Preddu Hughs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilenrj Sltton, of
Pendleton, spent the week-end at tho
homo nf W. ll. Hughs.
Dr. and Mrs. r.. A. Cox loft Wed
nesday morning for their homo in
Helena, Ark. They were accompa
nied homo bj M i.s.- Abbie Stokes, of
Greenville.
Hon. and Mrs. F Vernor and
Hobt. Vernor aro in Seneca, where
their mother, Mrs. Emily Vernor, ls
dangerously HI,
Capt. J. J. Ballenger has traded
his old automobile for a new touring
?.rar and a runabout, both of the
Void make.
Hayden Coo bas returned to lils
work Ol Swanee, Ca., after a ten
?lays' visit to homofolks.
Toi arco Men Engage In Duel.
Mayfield, Ky., Juno 24.-After Ru
ful Rillington had mortally wounded
Alvin Wheeler, a tobacco planter of
Voalsburg, a few miles from here to
day, Wheeler's son shot Rillington,
Wheeler died a few minutes after he
had boon shot, but Billlngton, de
spite his wounds, was jailed.
OVKIt 100 SWEPT OVER NIAGARA
Score or More Lost Tlielr Lives in
Catastrophe.
Buffalo, N. Y., June 24.-More
than ?i score of persons were hurled
to their death In the swift waters of
tho Niagara river late yesterday,
when a dock at an IO a g le Park resort
crumbled under tho weight of tho
throng. Tho excursionists wore
hound back to their homos in this
city.
Krom the story told hy survivors,
it is feared tho death list will be
larger titan shown hy the number of
corpses recovored.
Tho current was so swift that to
have escaped after once being caught
in tts grip was til most miraculous.
Survivors tell pitiful stories of
how death separated families after
100 or moro persons had been cast
into tho river. Many of the broken
dock planks were rotten.
floats wore sent down the river
from Kagle Park oarly to-day to re
cover tho bodies.
SIKH ld) HAVE HELD TO SENATE.
So Attorney General Told Uti*. Earle
at Chesterfield Meeting.
Cbeatorfleld, .lune 22.-B. H. Ev
ans, candidato for Attorney General,
was absent from the campaign to
day.
Mr. Earle sprang a new plank to
day, expressing his favor of tho Tor
rens system. Ho also favored the
enforcement of the anti-trust laws.
Lyon followed Earle and urged
that if Karlo wanted theso laws be
should have remained in tho State
Senate and not run for Attorney
General.
Lyon spoke of his "graft" prose
en Hon. closing with the remarks,
"Will you desert and vote for my op
ponents Just to please tho thieves
and grafters who wish to overthrow
mo?" Ile sat down amid applause.
Candidates for Governor started
speaking at 12.510 o'clock.
Notes from Bounty Land.
Bounty Land, .lune 2T?.-Special:
S. M. Shanklin loft Wednesday for
Shelby. N. C., whore he will be in
i tho employ of John T. Harriss & Co.,
? of Anderson,
Miss Susie Hawkins, of Danville,
'< Va., ls visiting tho Misses Davis.
j Miss Hawkins made many friends
I during her visit hero last summer
I who will welcome her back.
i J. B. Pickett lost a valuable mare
last week.
j Oscar Doyle and sister, Miss Cary,
attended a delightful masquerade
! party given by Mrs. W. J. Lunney, of
Seneca, last Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Woolbt ight. of
Townvllle, visited her lather, ll. IO.
I Bagwell, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rollins and
little son. of Charleston, are guests
al the home of her parents, Mr. and
. Mrs. D. A. Perritt. Mr. Rollins leaves
! this afternoon. Mrs. Rollins will ex
tend her visit several weeks.
i Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Davis, of
' Greenville, are guests nt tho Davis
homo.
I Col. A. C. Shanklin, of Clemson,
j and Krank Shirley, of Westminster,
were In the community last week.
Little Misses Nollie Cuntharp, of
Shiloh, and Nellie Pickett, of Clem
son, aro with relatives here,
j Mrs. Thomas Berry and baby
j daughter have been quite indisposed,
but aro convalescent.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Marett. of
Oak way. were receni guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Rankin.
Misses Beatrice Patterson and
j Myrtice Cleveland, of Seneca, were
guests of relatives here recently.
Misses Colene and Marguerite
Stone spent tho week-end with their
uncle, .1. H. Stone, near Hopewell,
i Mrs. Kniest (Irani and little son.
clay, of Seneca, aro spending the
week willi her father. P>. E. Bagwell.
Miss Louise Dendy, of Seneca, ls
spending a few days with ber aunt,
i M rs. Jasper I >oyle.
Mrs. M. A. Terrell, ol' West min
I stor, is expected to spend to-morrow,
her OSd birt lula v. with her sister,
Mrs. J. M. millson.
Misses Hertie and Carrie Smith are
attending tho teachers' summer
school at Seneca.
Mrs. lOllzabelh Smith has returned
to the home of uer son. J. L. Smith,
aller an extended visit to relatives
at Cross Anchor and Spartanburg.
Convict Commits Suicide.
Anderson, June 23- Joe McKlrath.l
la white man about :n> years of agi'.
1 committed suicide to-day at the chain
I gang camp, when be cut his throat
I with a razor. McKlrath went to the
gang two years ago to serve five
years for throwing dynamite under
a house in Piedmont. Ile was parol
ed some time ago by tho Governor,
; but was sent to the gang again re
cently for selling whiskey,
i Elected President Anderson College.
Anderson, .lune 22. Kev. J. A.
I Chnmhliss, D. D., a Baptist preacher
Of distinction and a man of high
scholarly attainments, has boen
? elected president of Anderson Col
loge. Dr. Chnmhliss was for a nUm
I ber of years pastor of tho Citadel
Square Baptist church, Charleston.
I and more recently pastor emeritus
jot the large Baptist church at Plain
field, N. J, He has a wide family
connection in South Carolina, bis
wife being a sister of Hon. Wm. L.
Mauldln, of Groenvlllo, and a first
cousin of ll, K. Mauldln, of this city.
. -.
Six children Perish in Plumes.
Anderson. Juno 22.--SIX negro
Children, ranging In age from I to
It?, were burned to death early ibis
morning whim their home in tho
country near Anderson was destroy
ed by fire. Eliza Hunter, mother of
the children, was absent from home
attending a church service. Tho
doors of tho house were left locked,
but the children could have escaped
through windows If they had discov
ered fire soon enough. All of tho
hollies were completely burned. The
origin of tho fire ts unknown.
According to a Kreuch scientist
utro violet rays from mercury vapor
1 lamps will purify tho air within sub
I marino boats.
Statement of the Condition of
THK SENECA BANK,
located at Seneca, S. C., at the close
of business June 14, 1912:
Resources.
Loans and discounts ...$126715 37
Overdrafts . 4926 93
Furniture and fixtures.. 1400 00
Banking house. 2600 00
Other real estate owned. 4000 00
Due from banks and
bankers . 18885 13
Currency . 5659 00
Cold. 2107 50
Silver and other minor
coln. 1186 08
Checks and cash Items. . 29 15
Total.$167508 76
Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in_$ 20400 00
Surplus fund . 3 o 'On '
Undlvidod profits, less
eurrout expenses and
taxes paid. 3 0 2Sn .
Duo to hanks and bank
ers . IM:;
Individual deposits sub
ject to check . Wi 7K\
Timo certificates of de
posit . : . . :
Cashier's checks .
Total.$10750
State of South Carolina, Conn.
Oconee.-Def oro me came F S. ' i
LEMAN, Cashier of tho a i
named bank, who, being duly KW
says that tho above and to rog
statement ls a true condition bl
bank, as shown by tho hooke of u
hank. , F. S. HOLLE MA
Sworn to and subscribed befori
this 20th day of .lune, 1912
(L. S.) R. K. N1MMONS,
Notary Public, I . C.
Corree* Attest:
E. C. DOYLE,
J. S. STRIBLIN' I.
J. F. ALEXAND ,1
Director!
Statement of tho Condition ?Vi
THE EXTERPRISE B i 'Ih .
located at Walhalla, S. C. at
close of business June 14, 191 j
Resources.
Loans and discounts ...$ '
Overdrafts. 141
Furniture and.fixtures ..
Due from banks and
bankers . 24186 53
Currency . 913 00
Cold . 1156 00
Silver and other minor
coin. 609 76
Checks and (rash items.. 4042 86
Total.$107017 88
Liabilities.
Captial stock paid in...$ 20000 00
Surplus fund . 1000 00
Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid . 4 605 26
Due to bank.-, and bank
ers . 4 43 24
Individual deposits sub
ject to check . 30982 56
Timo cert i fica I cs of de
posit . 49818 95
Cashier's choc
Total. .
State of Sou?
Oconee.-Defo
born, Cashier yti ult: uin.il- ininti.
bank, who, being duly sworn, says
that tho above and foregoing state
ment ls a true condition of said
bank, as shown by tho books of said
bank. CEO. SEABORN, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 22d day of June, 1912.
(Seal.? D. A. SMITH,
Judge of Probate, Oconee Co.. S. C.
Correct-Attest:
NV. F. HUGHES,
A. P. CRISP.
W. T. MAXWELL,
Directors.
NOTICE OE ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at Walhalla Court
House, South Carolina, in the office
of the Superintendent of Education,
on Friday, Juno 28th, 19 12, for the
purpose of determining the question
of the issue of coupon bonds, paya
ble to hearer, by Walhalla School
District. No. 26, to the amount of
Thirteen Thousand Dollars ($13,
ooo.oo). said bonds to be of tho de
nomination of Five Hundred Dollars
($500.00) each, and to bear inter
est nt the vate of not exceeding six
per cent per annum, interest paya
ble semi-annually, and to run for a
period of twenty (20) years. Tho
proceeds of said bonds to be used
only for the purpose of purchasing
the Walhalla Graded School building
from the town of Walhalla and com
pleting and equipping tho same. The
polls will open at 7 o'clock a. m. and
close at I o'clock p. m. All persons
who are qualified voters of Walhalla
School District. No. 26, will be al
lowed to vote in such election. Per
sons offering to vote must produce
registration certificate and tax re
ceipt. IO. L. ll ERNDON,
C. W. PITCHFORD.
J. B. S. DENDY,
Board of Trustees for Walhalla
School District. No. 26.
June 19, 1912. 2 5-2 6
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons Indebted to the Es
tate of Archelaus Lay, deceased,
aro hereby notified to make pay
ment to the undersigned, and all per
sons having claims against said Es
tafo will present tho samo duly at
tested within tho time prescribed by
law or bo barred.
JAMES A. LAY and
LOUIS A, LAY, Executors.
June 2 0, 1912. 26-29
NOTICIO OE FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
Notice ls hereby given thai, the
undersigned will make application
to D. A. Smith, Judgo of Probato for
Oconee County, In the Stato of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court House, on Saturday, July 20th,
1912, at ll o'clock a. m., or ns soon
thereafter as said application can be
hoard, for leave to mako final settle
ment of tho Estate of Archelaus Lay,
deceased, and obtain Anal (Hacharse
as Executors of said estate.
JAMES A. LAY and
LOUIS A. LAY, Executors.
Juno 20, 1912. 26-29
Statement of the Condition of
THE BANK OF WALHALLA,
located at Walhalla, S. C.. at the clone
of business June 14, 1912:
Resources.
Loans and discounts. . . .$226480 43
Overdrafts. 1703 03
Bonds and Stocks owned
by tho bank. 15000 00
Furniture and fixtures.. 2250 00
Banking house. 1500 00
Duo from banks and
bankers . 22690 58
Currency. 4349 00
Gold . 1400 00
Silver and other minor
coin. 281 95
Checks and cash items. . 39 2;
Total.$275694 2 1
Liabilities.
Jpaltal stock paid iu...$ 50000 00
Surplus rund . 12500 00
Judlvlded profits, lesa
current oxponses and
taxes paid. 12128 85
Due to banks and bank
ers . 500 16
.ndividual deposits sub
ject to check.5 7 038 8!)
Demand certificates of
deposit . 6840 57
rime certificates of de
posit . 136 68 5 77
Total.$275694 24
State of South Carolina, County of
Oconee.-Before me came W. L.
Vernor, Cashier of the above named
lank, wno, beinp duly sworn, says
hat tho above and foregoing state
lent ls a true condition of said
Hank, as shown by the books of said
.auk. W. L. VERNBR.
Sworn to and subscribed beforo mo
his 21st day of .lune, 1912.
Seal.) W. 1). MOSS,
Notary Public.
Correct-Attest:
J. I). VERNBR,
J NO. GORDON LAW,
JOHN VV. WICKLIFFE,
Directors.
Statement of thc Condition of
THE CITIZENS' HANK,
ocated at Seneca, S. C., at the close
f business June 14th, 19 12:
Kesources.
!,oans and discounts ...$249 194 25
tvordrafts . 387 23
?onds and stocks owned
by tho hank. 2050 00
Furniture and fixtures. . 2000 00
Banking house . 11886 24
Due from banks and
bankers . 55 4 99 61
Currency. 2 000 00
Gold . 525 00
Silver and other minor
coin. 2S86 97
Total.$326 129 30
Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . $ 50000 00
Surplus fund . 7000 00
Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid . 2 43 IS 65
Due to banks and bank
ers . 9377 93
dvl d . 14 00
dts sub
. 128217 41
i of de
. 62292 85
.?ccka . 208 4 6
Notes and bills redls
counted . 35000 00
Bills payable, including
certificates for money
borrowed . 10000 00
Total.$3264 29 30
State of South Carolina, County of
Oconee.-Before me carno L. A. Ed
wards, President and Cashier of the
above named batik, who, being duly
sworn, says that the abovo and fore
going slaloment ls a true condition
of said hank, as shown by tho books
of said bank. L. A. EDWARDS.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 24th day of .lune, 19 12.
(L. S.) W. II. BARRON,
Notary Public.
Correct-Attest:
A. P. BROWN,
W. J. LUNNEY,
W. J. EDWARDS,
Directors.
Statement of tho Condition of
TINO WESTMINSTER HANK,
located at Westminster, S. C., at the
close of business June I 1, 19 12:
Resources.
Loans and discounts. . . . $2970 il IS
Overdrafts. 2314 i
Bonds and stock owned
by the bank. 1 6200 00
Furniture and fixtures.. 1 00
Banking house. 5000 00
Due from banks and
hankers . 2228 1 05
Currency. 2 3 57 00
Gold . 702 50
Silver and other minor
coin. 267 01
Checks and cash items. . 7 16 65
Total.$346880 9 1
Liabilities.
Capital stock paid In..,$100000 00
Surplus fund. 6000 00
Undivided profits, loss
current expenses and
taxes paid . 21540 f)3
Due to banks and bank
ers . S 2 I 15
Dividends unpaid . 28 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check . 78 122 82
Timo certificates of de
posit . 98405 70
Cashier's checks . 3 17 92
Bill.? payable, Including
certificates for money
borrowed . 40000 00
Reserve fund carried on
general, individual or
savings ledger . 1351 23
Total.$846886 94
Stato of South Carolina, County of
Oconee.--Before me carno P. P.
Sullivan, Cashier of tho above
namod bank, who, being duly sworn,
says that tho abovo and forogolng
statement ls a truo condition of said
bank, as shown by tho books of said
bank. P. P. SULLIVAN.
Sworn to and subscribed beforo me
this 22d day of June, 1912.
(L. S.) J. O. Broazeale,
Notary Public, S. C.
Correct Attest;
M. S. STRIBLINO,
W. P. ANDERSON,
I). L. NORRIS,
Directors.
WE^REft IIS THE
MR. FARMER: HASN'T A POOR PIECE OF
HARDWARE OFTEN COST YOU FOUR TIMES THE
PRICE OF IT BECAUSE YOU HAD TO LOSE A
WHOLE LOT OF TIME COMING TO TOWN TO GET
ANOTHER?
BUY YOUR HARDWARE FROM US. AND YOU
WILL SAVE MANY NEEDLESS. EXPENSIVE TRIPS
AND MANY DOLLARS ON REPAIRS.
WE SELL THE BEST HARDWARE. BECAUSE
IT PAYS US TO SELL AND YOU TO BUY THE BEST.
MatHeson Hardware Co.,
Westminster, S. C.
Cooking; Cooking;
Steel Ranges, Cast Iron Ranges,
Cook Stoves.
Florence Automatic Oil Sto\?e, wick
less and valveless,
One and Two Burners.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Glass Front Oven. Steamers.
SCREEN DOORS AND
WINDOWS.
MOSS & ANSEL,
S? Ca
tr
DRUGS
KEEPING PACE WITH
KING COTTON.
READ THE PRICES BELOW AND SEE
FOR YOURSELF.
Dr. Green's Sarsaparilla Com
pound, $1 bottles for 50c.
Dr. Kailey's Sarsaparilla
Compound, %\ bottles for 50c.
Waverly Chemical Co.'s $1
size Sarsaparilla for 75c.
Waverly Chemical Co.'s Kx
tract of Cod Liver Oil, with hy
pophosphlt.es, %\ bottle for 75c.
Waverly Chemical Co.'s Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda,
$ I bottle for 7 5e.
Hunt's Lightning OH, 25c.
bottle for 15c; 2 for 25c.
Hunt's Cure, for skin and
Itching eruptions, 25c. size for
15c, or 2 for 25c.
st. Joseph's Liver Regulator,
25c cans, 2 for 25c
Raymond's Cough Syrup, 25c.
bottle for 15c; 2 for 25c.
Raymond's Nervo and Itono
OH, 25c. size 15c, or 2 for 25c
Raymond's Relief, 25c. size,
15c, or 2 for 25c.
Andrew's Pain Rellof, 25c.
bottles 15c, or 2 for 25c.
Andrew's Chill Killer, 60c.
bottlo for 25c.
Andrew's Sure-Shot Vermi
fuge, 25c bottle 15c; 2 for 25c
Andrew's Expectorant, 25c
bottlo 15c; 2 for 25c
Andrew's Little Black Devil
Rills, 25c bottles 15c, or 2 for
25c,
Andrew's Cold and Liver Toa,
25c. can 15c, or 2 for 25c
Lightning Cough Syrup, 25c.
bottlo i5c, or 2 for 25c
Lightning Hot Drop, 25c, bot
tlo 1 5c, or 2 for 25c.
Andrew's Cold Tablets, 25 to
a box, 25c boxes 1 Oe
Lax-Phos, 50c. bottles for 25c
Pitcher's Castorla, 20c.
Soothing Syrup, 26o. bottios
15c.
Colgato's Talcum Powdor,
25c, cans 15c
Colgato's Ribbon Dental
Cream, 20c.
Prophylactic Tooth Rrushes,
35c. kind for 25c.
niuo Seal Vasallno, 5c. bot
tles for 4c.
Colory Compound, %\ bottles
for 75c
?j Carter's Pharmacy,,
Westminster, S. C.

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