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JOSEPH NANKIN IS NO MORE.
End Cnine nt Homo Lust Saturday
Notes About Community.
Bounty Land, Kev. 4.-Special:
The sad though not unexpected death
of Joseph Rankin occurred at bis
home in this community at 2 o'clock
Saturday, November 2d, after an ill
ness of something over a year, of tu
berculosis, which developed from a
spell of typhoid fever, followed by
grip. Mr. Rankin was 62 years old
and was a member of Salem Baptist
church, having joined in early youth.
When quite a young man ho was hap
pily married to Miss Nancy Nix, of
Salem. Ho moved to this community
from Walhalla about three years ago,
and had made during this brief pe
riod quite a number of friends here
who deeply sympathize with bis be
reaved relatives. He leaves a wife,
daughter and two sons-Nettle, Louis
and Edwin. Four children preceded
him to the grave. He ls also survi
ved by one brother, R. N. Rankin, of
this community, and three sisters,
Mrs. Malinda Orr, of the Bethel sec
tion; Mrs. Alzarle Davis, Kort Payne,
Ala., and Mrs. Mattie Brown, Oxford,
Ala. His body was laid to rest in
the Poplar cemetery Sunday at 3 p.
Ut, in the presence of a large number
of relatives and friends. Funeral
services were conducted by Rev. A.
P. Marett, of Westminster.
Mrs. J. B. Pickett left Wednesday
for a week or ten days' visit to rela
tives In Atlanta.
Paul (?illison attended the funeral
of bis cousin. M. A. Terrell, which
occurred at Westminster on the 27th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Holland return
ed Saturday from Anderson, where
they had been for several days.
Mrs. D. A. Perrltt will leave to
morrow for a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. A. S. Rollins, of Charleston.
Mrs. R. H. Smithson, of Westmin
ster, and Mr. and Mrs. Elijah (51111
son. of Pine Mountain, Ga., were vis
itors of Mrs. J. M. Gllllson Saturday
Bounty Land school will open on
the 11th Instead of to-day, thf> date
having been changed on account of
the slow recovery of Miss Bulgln's
The Hallowe'en party given by
Miss Annie McMaban Thursday even
ing was a pronounced success, and lt
is with some reluctance that we yield
to your Richland correspondent the
privilege of writing a full descrip
tion of one of the most pleasurable
social functions Hint ever embraced
the two communities, but we will say
this much: One of the "spookiest" i
of spooks in attendau.ee emerged
from the shades of our own "vine
and Hg tree." thrilling and filling
one "with fantastic terrors never felt
before," and lils description on his
return of the varied amusements
unique fortune telling, diving for
apples, witch's scene from Macbeth,
and of the appropriate decorations of
pumpkins, autumn leaves and ripe
corn-the whole scene being Illumin
ed by soft, mellow candle light, and
.-if 'he .?!..!':> ni and eh-bora I.? cd: \
.Hon served, ii sufficient pro./, that
Mis Vc.Mnloiu Kpa ed v-i p?uu?. in <i;~ j
ran lng fo>- the amusement o'' ? .
j;\:e ls. and that out bro th < '?' corros?
pon len! has ampio scope to) ch?'i?ra;.
thu and the ?fui) exorcise ot bis de
Mrs. J. M. Gllllson was In Walhal
Arthur Tarrant and B. l<\ Wilson
expect to leave In a few days for
W. J. McDonald left to-day for Bel
ton on business.
Mutters at Westminster.
Westminster, Nov 5.- -Special:
Rev. A. P. Marett preached at tho
Baptist church Sunday morning and
evening. In the morning ho preach
ed a very interesting missionary sei
mon. The collection for State Mis
sions amounted to $111.15.
The many friends of Mrs. M. A.
Terrell will regret to hear that she
is very sick at present.
Mr. Qllreath is very siek again.
His many friends hope that he will
begin to improve soon.
Mrs. Sam Smith was in Atlanta
Shopping last week.
Kev. A. P. Marett will preach at
Fair Play next Sunday morning.
I). M. McCalanahan. F. H. Shirley,
F. M. Cross, J. IS. M:tson and J. H.
Carter are attending court this week.
W. A. Harrison, who has been
with the Southern Railway hero for
tho past two years as assistant agent,
has moved to Gainesville, Ga., where
he will accept a position as agent for
George Stripling and son. Dr. Gar
net Stripling, of Turnorville, Ga., vis
ited Wm. J. Stribling last week.
Mrs. Jesse Sloan, of Franklin, N.
C., visited Mrs. Wm. J. Stribling last
The Woman's Missionary Society
of thc Rap Hst church held a very in
teresting melding at Mrs. T. S. Mil
ler's Monday afternoon, Mrs. Arthur
Dickerson presiding. After tho de
votional oxorclses and business meet
ing a sweet course was served fruit
cake, marshamallow cake and cream.
Mrs. Miller was assisted by her at
tractive sisters. Misses Bessie and
Robbie Simpson. The next meeting
will bo held with Mrs. IO. G. Poore,
Hie 1st h.
Prof. T. \V. Dreher Dead.
Lexington. Nov, I.- Prof. Thad
dens \v. Dreher, one of the best
known educators of the county and a
prominent citizen of tho Dutch Fork.
?lied at his home at Sol wood this
afternoon at 1 o'clock, following a
stroke of paralysis last Wednesday.
Prof. Dreher was about. 58 years of
age. He ls survived bv a wife and
seven children-two sons and live
daughters. The deceased was a
prominent church worker, having
been an officer lu St. Michael's Luth
eran church for a number of years.
Ho was a graduate of Roanoke Col
lege, and taught In the schools of
this county for many years.
The boy's appetite ls often the
source of amazement, if you would
have such an appetite take Chamber
lain's Tablets. They not only ?rente
a healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and enable it. to do Its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers, ad.
HALLOWE'EN AT HIGHLAND.
Visitors in Community-Miss Annie
MY .Malian Ell tic rt .oin od (.'hosts.
Richland. Nov. 4.-Special: This
community waa visited by A heavy,
killing frost Saturday night.
Mrs. Sloan Bruce, John Bruce and
Miss Carmichael, of Avalon, Ga.,
spont Sunday and Monday at the
home of J. P. Strlbling.
Miss Pearle Ballenger spent seve
ral days hist week in Greenville.
John Ballenger, of Clinton, ls
spending a few days at home.
One o? the most unique parties of
the season was the Hallowe'en party
given by Miss Anulo McMahanThurs
day night. Among tho first to arrive
was a very stately looking ghost that
put the hosts to guessing. Ono of
the boys Identified him (by bis feet)
to bo nono otlu r than Oscar Doyle,
of Bounty Land. As tho guests ar
rived they met two largo jack-o'-lan
terns on tho steps. When they en
tered thc door they saw nothing but
two ghostly, white figures, who
pointed for them to enter tho par
lor. This was decorated with can
dles embedded in oars of corn.
Tho guests were lirst invited out
to witness a weird play taken from
Macbeth and carried out by three
black witches. Thou came the div
ing for apples, biting the a pules sus
pended by a string, blowing out the
candles to seo how many years until
they would marry, punching the
spinning pumpkin, etc. Later the
guests were Invited Into the dining
room, where a delicious salad course
and hot coffee was served by three
witches. As the guests retired from
the dining room each pulled a plum
from tho "plinking pie," which
contained a few lines concerning
their future. This was written with
secret ink, which was readable only
by heating over a candle. Later tho
fortunes of tho guests were told;
also the rirls went into a room and
peeled an ipple before a mirror and
when thc.) finished they looked up
and saw their sweetheart's face.
Marshinellows were roasted, and af
ter a few minutes of November was
silent, tho guests took their depar
OCONEE MUTUAL INSURANCE.
Finance Commibtee Reports on Con
ditions of the Association.
The following committee report
bas been filed by the gentlemen ap
pointed hy the Coonee Mutual Insur
ance Association to examine tho
books and finances of the Association:
Westminster, S. C., Oct. 31, 1912.
We, the committee appointed to
examine the books and finance of the
Oconoe Mutual insurance Company,
have completed this work, and bog
to make the following report:
We' find the books neatly and ac
curately kept. Also, vouchers for all
moneys paid out; all claims prompt
ly paid off, all salaries and expenses
nald on to .birr 80th 1012, the ead
ot thc fiscal year.
I Or. hi.; Anio, wc Co und $1.S4S.pl
lu bani: Only ?\ '*rrv >imail c.mount
i bf ass'.'ssuKut.i unpaid, and thc) have
boen almost poid "i-- since.
Wo I)hil i>60 polioy-holders; with
$006,000 insurance in torce.
The State Insurance Commissioner
gave a very favorable and encourag
ing report of our company. We are
sure our company is on a firm foun
dation, ls wisely and economically
managed by our officers, and we es
pecially wish to commend the faith
fulness, energy, tact and success of
our agent, J. D. [abell.
Our company is rapidly growing
In policy-holders, in influence, in fa
vor with its policy-holders, and is
cheaper, hy half, than any Insurance
we know of. (Signed)
.1. I'. Strlbling.
J. II. Barnett,
W. M. Brown.
Notice to Teachers.
AU teachers and prospective teach
ers of both town and rural schools of
Oconee are invited to meet at the
Court House In Walhalla on Satur
day. November 9th, at 12 o'clock, for
the purpose of organizing an associa
tion, hy means of which both the
teachers and schools will bc greatly
benefited. Every man or woman who
is not teaching simply for the money
ought to be present; If YOU cannot
be helped, you might render others
12 o'clock, Saturday, November 9.
FUGITIVE IS BEHIND HA RS.
Accused Slayer of Anderson Police
man Caught While Unarmed.
(Atlanta Georgian, 5th.)
Dodging officers of the law for
three years, during which time he
was armed constantly, John Huff, a
negro accused ot' slaying a police
man in Anderson, S. C., and for
whom a reward of $700 is outstand
ing, is in a cell In the Tower to-day
awaiting *o be taken hack to South
Carolina for trial.
Sheriff W. W. Adams, or Anderson,
and Deputy Sheriff Sutiles, of Ful
ton county, flushed the fugtlve last
night in a room at Pine and Wil
liam streets, and captured him with
out a fight. Ho had just walked into
a room with a.bottle ol' milk In either
hand when tho officers covered him.
The negro's pistol lay on a table
onto his wrists, ho exclaimed an
"This ls the first time in three
years that pistol's been out ol' my
pocket. If I'd bad it. you fellows
would never have taken mo alive."
Huff was under arrest at the linn
of the murder, according to Sheriff
Adams. With handcuffs on his wrists
he managed to get his plBtol out. of
his pocket, and. catching the officer
off his guard, shot him to death, af
ter which he escaped.
To Be Governor's Secretary.
Greenwood, Nov. 1. - John K.
Aull, the efficient Court stenographer,
who ls hore thlr, week, has resigned
that position, lt ls generally ru
mored that ho will hocomo private
secretary to Governor Blease, to en
tor upon his duties Dccenibor 1.
Voung Couplo Married Last Wediios
. day-Hits of Information.
Seneca, Nov. 5.-Special: A beau- j
tlful borne wedding was solemnized j
last Wednesday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Cox, when they gave j
in marriage their daughter, Bertha
Lee, to Franklin Yates McCracken, ?
of Knoxville, Tenn. The ceremony
occurred at half past three o'clock
in the parlor and tho lower door was ;
given over to the entertainment of j
the guests. A large company of
friends witnessed the nuptials, many !
coming from distant cities, and the
weather being Ideal, Dame Nature |
smiling in approval of tho happy
event, everything truly went "merry
as a marriage hell."
The ceremony room was attractive
In decorations of yellow and white,
tho beautiful queen of tho autumn .
being prominent in the decorations.
Promptly at three-thirty the bridal
party entered to tho strains o? Men
delssohn's Wedding March, skilfully
rendered by Miss Mary Julia Reid.
The Improvised altar was built in
front of a large minor, which reflect
ed the Impressive beauty of tho scene. !
.Mrs. W. S. Johnson, or Knoxville, :
Tenn., as dame of honor, was hand
somely gowned in white messallne,
and tho maid of honor, Miss Ethel J
Krester, of Dlackshurg, Va., was a
picture, also in white messallne, with !
arm bouquet of yellow Chrysanthe- j
mums. Miss Rebecca Todd, of Sen- !
oca, and Miss Nollie Pool, of Lau
rens, were bridesmaids, both being
gowned in becoming frocks. Dr. J. .
R. McCracken, of Waynesville, N. C., j
and C. C. Cox, brother of tho bride, 1
were groomsmen. Tho ceremony was
Impressively performed by Rev. J. T. 1
Black, of Anderson. The bride was
never fairer than when taking the
nuptial vows, In full'bridal array, the
wedding gown being a band-painted
creation, with train and flowing veil.
She carried an arm bouquet of bride's
in the room where the handsome
wedding gifts were displayed, pink
was the prevailing tone In the elabo
rate decorations, and here Misses
Ruth Cox and Bessie McConnell pre
sided at the punch bowl. In the din
ing room red and green were used
and a delicious salad course wat
served, Misses Ollie Lowry, of Seneca,
and Lillian Vance, of Due West, serv
ing. . .
Among the out-of-town guoBti
were Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnson
Knoxville, Tenn.; Dr. and Mrs. Then
doro McCracken, Waynesville, N. C.
Mrs. Bessie McConnell, Misses Lena
Bolle and Willa Vance, Greenville
Miss Maud Anderson, Clemson; Mis
Lillian Vance, Duo West; Dr. an
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Pacolet; Rev. ano
Mrs. J. T. Black, Anderson; Mis
Fracls Arrington, Greenwood; Mn
J. R. Earle, Frances and Harry Earl?
Walhalla; Mr. and Mrs. A. Zimmer
man, Miss Emma and Jack Zimmej
The bridal party left, on train Nv
4,0 for a weddin ? journey North, r
bride wearing ti mort becoming si
of blue,' The Qongratufatlpus ol
. liest bf friends tv? How them for a
j long lire ot happibesH and prosperity
[ In their distant home
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sheppard hav
returned from their wedding tou
and are at home to their friends a
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A
Another wedding which is interest
ing a wide circle of friends is that o?
Miss Helen Hopkins and Ben Harper
which will occur on tho morning o:
November 7th, at 11.30 o' lock. Th
bride-to-be is tho beautiful daughte
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. S. Hopkins, o
near Seneca, the groom being the soi
of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harper, of Son
oca. Congratulations and host wlshe
are extended the young couple.
A delightful meeting of tho Gos
slpers was tendered the members b;
Mrs. E. C. Doyle last Friday in bono
of Miss Leila Doyle, another attract
ive bride of this winter. A uniqu?
contest was introduced by tin
hostess, at the close of which a gain?
of 12 was engaged lu. At tho clos<
of tho charming affair a delicious
luncheon was served.
The flower show last Friday after
noon and night was attended by r.
large number of interested friends
and tho blooms were as handsome at
ever seen here. No prizes were given,
but the veteran chrysanthemum
growers, Mesdames Luke Vernor, O.
F. Bacon and T. S. Strihling, made
tho show possible with a splendid dis
play of their gorgeous flowers. At
night an oyster supper was served.
We call attention again to the
bazaar which will he given soon by
the members of the Aid Society of tho
Presbyterian church. The dates set
for the affair are December Otb and
7 th. Everything will he dono to
make it worthy the patronage of the
public, and this will be indeed lie a
chance to get attractive Christmas
presents tit most reasonable prices.
Don't forget the dates-December 0
The 1). A. It. Convention, which
meets this week ?it Clemson, will be
attended by a number of members
from Seneca. Misses Sue and Norma
Gignlllial will attend and will act as
Disponsnry Building Sold.
Columbia, Nov. 4.-The old Stat(
dispensary building on Gorvah
street was purchased at auction to
for $125,500. The minimum prlc<
fixed for the building by the Sink
ing Fund Commission was $100,000
The building is over 400 feet lonj
and was used during the days of th?
old State dispensary for storing whis
key. The Sinking Fund Commissioi
offered the building for sale severa
months ago. but no bidders Appeared
because, it is said, the terms of th
sale were too stringent. Moro libe
ral lonna were offered to-day. Th?
first bid was for $101,000.
Appia! iii Vauglin Case?
Greenville, Nov. 4.-Attorneys fo
T. (J. Vaughn this afternoon flied nc
tico of appeal to the State Bu prom <
Court. This appeal is understood t>
moan an automatic stay of Vaughn
electrocution, which wa? sot for De
DEATH OF HENRY HUNT.
Community Mourns Loss of Ono of
Der Promising Young Mon.
Tow&yl.il*, Nov. 4.-special: This
community was made sad when the
nowa came announcing tito death of
Henry Hunt? son of Wm. T. and Sal
'<? H hieb occurred at Clemson
?ile ' on October 29th, after a
. lness from a complication
foi n d appendclltls.
Mr Kun? (InlBbed his course at the
I'own i Ho High School last year and
< liter;* I the Freshman class at Clem
1 thc opening of the terni. Ho
. ;t years of age and was a bright,
rom lng voung man. lt is sad that
! i lil' KO ypuhg and full of promise
us c :t off so early, but all must sub
lh< will of Him who doeth all
well. Ho was a member of
the '! iwnvllle Baptist church and
lived consistent Christian life. He
was conscious to Hu; last moment and
. .Ike. freely of death and said he
vas.' pi a ed to go.
Si- of his fellow-studonls from
i u in. i, College accompanied the re
malUi lo his homo and acted as pall
beare) Tho funeral was held at
the 1' otb church and conducted by
thc i toi Rev. R. .1. Williams, as
rdstotl i ev. T. C. Llgon. He leaves
a fat ir, 'oother and several broth
el; a i si ters to mourn lils death.
HO* ! >l \< < COTTON 1M PORTA NT.
ti. V? :>ahbs Urges Hankers ho Help
for Fair Prices.
Su Nov. 4.-E. W. Dabbs,
i psi ? . t >f the South Carolina Far
mers' i alon, indorses Commissioner
cai i's view that it will not be
noces ty re hold a Southern ColUm
(dug . :s this year. Mr. Dabbs, who
?ince une, has been engaged in a
eatnp Igh to provide for better hand
ling <l i'eiancing of the cotton crop,
M Ile s oat the bankers bold thc
key I i he situation.
important thing," he sahl, "is
.o lu-' I cotton. To this end I have
i th? committee on rural rela
MU ' e South Carolina Banken/
lasoclalion that lt ls of importance
; ' ? :? apply of money be adequate
tl) demand. I have urged them
to le money on cotton at the low
e.sl |i ?hie rate, even though lt be
ally unprofitable for tho time.
! 'f . m ilso taking up the matter
of h . .:. ig cotton through the col
. nt i ; he Progressive Farmer, in
?vbli .viii conduct a department. I
will ge farmers to market their
II .i safe and logical way-not
ditm it un the market all at once."
.vi- indy Shot, Result of Frank.
(Creenwood Journal, 2d.)
A" M i Rush, whose full name
i i (nd no I bo learned this morning,
lies laiigerously wounded at his
hohl? . the Shatterfield section of
the ninty as the result of a prank
ha . arith several others, tried to
j play, m al negro man Thursday night.
- ./?J., tini? to reports received hero
WUK a member of a party
ra? io the homo of Jim
ilored, lo m ike a pretence at
. .. bia bou i'oosi. .The n'ogi.o
to >k 'tho 'affair seriously, and fir*;d
Injfo tho crowd wi;b a shotgun*.
worn lilli: v.r. u.i.d). It ls ie'a'red
lannot recover. Mr. Rush
the most prominent farmers
VI jodi Jenkins's Successor,
re ce, Nov. 1.-George Archi
! bal s, of this city, who lias been
position as book-keeper and
. >. nogra ?her for the past year at the
n Navy Yard, has been ap
.s deputy collector for the
. n district to succeed the
VI r Jenkins, who died a few
agi Mr. Davis has already
oath of office and has as
d arge ol' the duties of the
will no doubt make good.
> about !'.0 years old, but is
nan of sterling worth.
Mi Limitan' Cots 25 Years.
Iii , Nov. 4.-Mrs. Louise
spiritualist and crystal
. found guilty of murder hy
n Judge Winde's court lo
ber punishment fixed at
. j years in tho penitentiary,
barged with the poisoning
. -ear-old son, Arthur.
nan laughed hysterically
d at the jury when tho vor
returned. Dater she col
lie standing In an anto
ounded by her friends.
hilled the Wrong Man.
?am J, S. C., Nov. 4.-Wil
li), a cotton niill operative
illy came herc /rom Massa
II .vas shot and almost in
stan Ij k led by David Kinard, a
rm chant of Bamberg, in front
I .. ace Cafe, on Main street.
I ia^i night.
d Kinard intended to kill
111 operative, but mistook
m ' . He surrendered to tho
fl n nedlately after thc shoot
now in jail.
Small (Jills Wounded.
iburg, Nov. 4.-While out
persimmons this afternoon,
I Marie McMillan, IO and
. respectively, daughters ol
H. McMillan, of New Pros
shot In tho face by How
well, a negro, who wat
Hon in a field. One ol' ?he
?0, was ?bot in her left eye
h rou gilt to the city to-night
ration to-morrow. The ne
bo had his gun with him
ii king cotton, and he foll
. the gun was accidentally
I. Members of the Mc.Mil
; f doubt this story, and have
that a warrant will bo
t for his arrest.
< . cd Five Hincks to Wed.
>, Nov. 4.-Elmore Lewis,
. ode ral prisoner who escaped
i . Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, b;>
. . fivo blocks through a 15
i >r pipe to gain his freedom
married, was taken from Mt
bi i lo la t night and started back tc
on, Lewis is serving an eight
. lorin for blowing a safe hi
ton (I). C.) sub-post office
On Ho had concealed his crimi
nal i areor from his wife, who swoon
hew sho heard of lt.
Thc Ford is no longer a luxury. Thc
tremendous demand has battered
manufacturing and selling costs down
to a point where the Vanadium-built
Ford becomes a necessary part of to
day's living equipment.
These new prices, f. o. b. Detroit, with ail equipment.
Any erriy order will mean aa eatly delivery. Gel
full particulars front ?* J* ?? ?X ^
L. O White or R. C. Carter.
On account of Dr. Carter go
ing to South America, Carter's
Pharmacy is for sale.
This is a good opening; for a
In the meantime they will
sell the entire stock at and be
low cost. Any one needing
anything they have will do
^ve11 to call and get their Drugst
CHristmas Goods; Etc.,.
fillip. ^ttiMuac. i
THE LITTLE GIRLS' CONTEST.
Second Week's Voting Evidences
Lively Tilt in Totdoin.
Following is thc result of the vote
up to Monday evening, November 4,
for the most popular girl under ten
Contestant- No. Votes.
Lucile Todd . l.r>0
Eunice White. 340
Vivian Linier. r>0
Tu do Orr . 120
Jessie Alexander. L'O
Ruby Duncan. 20
Bertie Morton . 20
Francis Kanfmann .... ?10
Lila May Medlin . 20
Viola Childless. 120
Amy Harkins.' 250
May Qoodson . 810
Clare Sloan . 310
Crace Uamby . 30
Billia Butler. 200
Guynell Abbott. 120
Ft bel Dock ins. 10
Lura Orr . 20
Thelma Rankin . 420
Funice Beatty. 30
Loise Gllstrap .1030
Nora Harkins . 2f>0
Ft bel Hughes.1030
Thelma Thomas.1 800
('.ladys (?allaway. 210
Cora I x;e ll amby . 70
Pauline Morton . 2f>0
Addie Nix . 80
Eugenia Moss . 4 0
Elizabeth Thode. 00
Fssie Broad wei I. io
Florena Abbott. 30
Caroline Darby . 20
Moss & Ansel.
Death Culls Mrs. IL C. Owens.
Westminster, R. F. I). No. 3. Nov.
4.-Special: Mrs. Mary Jane Owens,
wife of Henry C. Owens, died last
Friday, November 1st, after an Ill
ness of several weeks. She leaves a
bereaved husband, six children and
33 grandchildren, two sisters and one
brother to mourn her death. She was
a member ol' tho Old Westminster
Baptist church, in the cemetery of
Which her remains were laid to rest
on November 3d. Mr. Cain conducted
tho services. She was 7 1 years of
age. She was a good Christian. Be
fore her marriage she was Miss Mary
MilbOrn, She was married to Henry
C. Owens November 30, 1865. The
bereaved family have tho sympathy
of their many friends and neighbors,
who during her Illness visited her
frequently and round pleasure in min
istering to this loved one.
"Il is a pleasure to toll you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
host cough medicine I have ever
used," writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell,
or Lavonia, Ca. "I have used lt with
all my children and the results have
been highly satisfactory." For ?ale
by all dealers. adv.
?J? ?J? . J-J? ?J . . t?*J? *I* *I* I**t**I* *Z**1**I*
For Sale in Bulk:
My entire stock of Dry
Goods, Clothing and
When stock is closed j
out store room is for rent.
Best stand for Dry Goods
in Oconee County?
M. S. STRIBLING,
Westminster? S. C.
?j? ?j? ?jo ?j? ?j??j? *!**!* *I* *!. .!* *I* *I* *I* rI* *I* *J* *I**?*
Culm's Now President?
Gen. Mario Mcnocal, who lias boen
elected to Hie Presidency of Culm, on
tbo Conservativo ticket, has cabled
the following statement to tho people
Of the United States:
"My own success is nothing In
comparison to Cuba's demonstration
of her ability to hold law-abiding
elections, in which the disapproval of
corrupt government was thoroughly
established. We feel and will soon
prove that we are worthy of that
confidence which the people of tho
United States and the outside world
once placed in us. (Signed)
"There could bo no better medi
cine than Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. My child ron were all sick with
whooping cough. One of them was
in bed, had a high fever and waa
coughing up blood. Our doctor gave
thom Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
and the first dose eased them, and
three bottles cured them." says Mrs.
j R. A. Donaldson, of lexington, Miss.
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