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XTAL AND PERSONAL. ?.
-J-WC arc still selling flour at $",.50
por barrel. Moss & Ansel. adv.
- Mrs. Ida Hoggs, of Liberty, spent
part of last week in Walhalla with
Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Hunt.
-Miss Lillie Keith, of Anderson,
s|ient a part ol" last week in Wal
halla visiting her friends.
.Mrs. S. A. Lockwood and Mrs.
.1. A. Steck left last 'I'h sdny tor At
lanta, Ahere they will lu- tor some
S. W. Cox, of Clemson College,
and A. W. Miller, ol' Calhoun, were
business visitors to Walhalla Monday
All street hats at reduced
prices; also patterns. Mrs. lt. Cal
laway, Walhalla. adv.
Miss Roxie Heid, after spending
some time in Atlanta and other Oeor
gia points, returned last Monday to
her homo here.
For Sale t',7 acres Improved
land near Walhalla. Apply to .J. C.
Edwards, Walhalla, Route 2. Bar
gain for short time only. adv.-46*
-According to our "hunch" on
the weather, we may look for cloudy,
damp or rainy weather up to and in
cluding the 8th, after which a cold
spell is due. This, the second cold
snap, is scheduled to he more severe
than the hist, which came last Satur
-The host $12.50 suit at Moss &
-The Paul Mayne Circle will meet
with Mrs. ' E. L. Hcrndon Thursday
afternoon o? this week at 4 o'clock,
instead of Friday, as heretofore an
nounced. The chango of date has
been made in order to avoid conflict
with other events in which many of
tho Hayne Circle members are Inter
-For Sale-f>8 to 00 acres of fine
farming land, on Tugaloo River, near
South Huron; 12 acres high bottom
land, 20 acres good cotton land, 2 6
to 2 8 acres in orlglnnl forest; has
two 4-room tenant houses, barns,
cribs, etc. This is for sale at a bar
gain; one-half cash, balance on time,
or all on Hmo with good paper. Ad
dress J. J. Fretwell, Anderson, S.
C. 4 5-tf- adv.
-As indicating the shortness of
the cotton crop'in sections of this
county, we are informed that up to
October 20, 1911, the gin at Madi
son had turned out 530 bales of cot
ton, while up to last Saturday, No
vember 2d, the gin there had turned
.out only 180 bales. This ls not due
to loss of patronage, the samo pa
trons having their cotton ginned at
Madison now as last year. The
crop in that section is noticeably
-Tho Seneca Hank and tho West
minster Bank Will receive payments
and give receipts-to those who owe
me, when it is iml convenient for you
to find my son, Wales Lowry. Please
pay promptly. I cannot carry over
any paper except as already agreed.
(adv.) T. M. Lowery.
-Will Evatt, colored, who escaped
from tho county jail about 0 o'clock
Tuesday evening ot last week, was
returned to bis cozy (intutors behind
the bars Friday morning hy his fa
ther, who lives between Westminster
and Madison. The escaping negro
went to his lather's home Wednesday
night or Thursday muming, and his
lather told the officers here that he
would have brought the boy in the
night after he reached home, hut
that he was too sore and worn-out to
travel. Young Kvatt gives unite a
description of tho chase after ho loft
the jail. Ho foiled the dogs by
jumping into Cane creek nod walk
ing in the stream for a long distance.
Several unies ho says the pursuers
were close upon him, and he was
close enough, bul in hiding, to sec
and hear the dogs as they stopped
at a tree against which he had leaned
before jumping into the waler. Kvatt
will be on band for trial, just as
though he had not been out for a
- Notice.- 1 want all the follow
ing product? that l can got, al thc
highest market prices, paying cash
for same: <Voung chickens, hens
ducks, geese, guineas; raw salted
and dry hides: butter and eggs; and
I want to make engagements for tur
keys to he delivered in time foi
Thanksgiving and Christmas. Il wil
pay you to see ino before you sell anj
of these products. Remember, I sd
metal rot ling, representing several
manufacturers, therefore can furnish
various kinds and qualities ol' house
and barn roofing. Call and see mo be
fore you buy. .lohn Joost. Wal
halla, S, C. 15-adv.
-The following from the Frank
lin. Tenn., Review-Appeal of October
??1st will be of interest to many read
ers of Tho Cou rier: "On Friday even
ing Mrs. A. c. Fretwell entertained
:i number of vonni; people with it
delightful Hallowe'en party given in
honor of the birthday of her attract
live young daughter, Miss Carri?
Fretwell, The spacious reception
rooms wen- brilliantly decorated foi
the occasion with huge clusters ol
scarlet salvia and numerous pumpkin
lanterns. * * * Dainty litt hr scon
'ards, upon which were traced thc
figure of a fortune-teller, were used,
* * * In the dining roon: tho spirit
of Hallowe'en was manifc: ed on
overj .-ide. Numerous pumpkin lan
terns casi a weird light, will! I lack
cats and geese, and witch riding
on broomsticks, covered tho wall
spaces A crepe paper cover with a
pumpkin design was used for Ibo ta
ble, which wn-, lighted with pink and
white candles. A basket formed by
a hollowed pumpkin was piled high
with luscious fruit, and ibo center
piece was a largo white cake orna
mented with pink Icing. The initials
of tho honoree, 'C. F.,' were done in
pink in tho center. ? ? * \ delight
ful feature was the showering of the
pretty honoree with gifts which fell
irom a crepe parasol. Miss Fretwell
made a lovely picture ol' girlish beau
ty in a gown ol' soft pink silk com
bined with lace.''
- Hood time to buy coal; >."..:.'."
per ton delivered at your home, $ |.2f
at mill. No less than 500 pounds
delivered, Phone Metl'lok Hosier}
Mill, Walhalla. udv.-tf
-Lemons, grapes, cocoanuts and
prunes at Carter & Co.'s. adv.
- Miss Le?da Poore, of Helton, ls
visiting lier friend, Miss Gertrude
-Order your fruits for your
Thanksgiving cake from Carter &
Co., Walhalla. adv.
--Mrs. Mary M. Hunt returned
home last Wednesday from Green
ville and Liberty, where she had
spent several weeks with relatives.
-My dental ofllco has been re
moved to the Crftlg-Veiner building,
Walhalla. (J. C. Probst, Dentist, ad.
All members of Oeonee Conclave,
I. O. M., are urged to attend thc
meeting to be held to-morrow night,
November 7th. Business ol' Import
ance will be up for consideration.
--.Tho Lutheran Sunday school
ami choir will render a program next
Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock. The
public cordially invited to be pres
ent. An offering will be taken for
-Hiing nie all your raw hides and
beef cattle. Highest market prices
paid for same. Am selling steak at
12 Vic. Phillips Market, adv.
-The many friends of Mrs. S. K.
Dendy will be pleased to know that
her health ls greatly Improved. She
is now able to be up and about the
home. Her sister, Mrs. J. W. Keys,
of Charlotte, is spending a short
while here, to the delight of numer
-In Greenville county one of the
most interesting races in this State
was decided yesterday, that being the
contest between Rector, the primary
nominee for sheriff, and Mr. Varden,
who opposed Hector for election.
Rector, according to advices late last
night, won out by a good majority.
-We pay highest prices for cotton
on guano or account. Moss & Ansel,
-One of the most delightful so
cial events of the season was the Hal
lowe'en party given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hughs last Thurs
day night, with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
R. Hughs, Misses Lillie and Theo
Hughs as host and hostesses. About
fifty "ghostly guests" were present,
and the evening was greatly enjoyed.
Dr. Fahnestock, dentist, in office
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Will
make appointments for other days If
-Mrs. Carlotta Sadler died at the
homo of her son, Amos Sadler, in
Walhalla, last Sunday evening at 0
o'clock, after a long illness. She had
been practically helpless for a year
or more, and for a week had been
confined to her bed, suffering from
tho infirmities of age and long ill
ness. She was a native of Germany
and was about SO years of age. Her
remains were taken *.o Pleasant
Ridge Monday evening, where they
were interred by the side of a daugh
ter, who died about 16 years ago.
The deceased is survived by one son,
Amos Sadler, with whom she had
made her home for many years.
-Call and see the big bargains In
millinery-bats, feathers, ribbons,
caps and notions. Mrs. R. Callawa}',
-Dr. Rogers, who ls still in Oeo
nee examining patients for hook
worm, had a "big day" at tho Court
House last Saturday. There wore so
many appeared for examination that
he could not finish with all, and
many were told to return next Sat
urday, when Dr. Rogers will again
be at the Court House. Quite a num
ber of children have been found win
are afflicted with the mean little
"hookies," and many are now going
through with the treatment, whicli
is quito simple. All who have mn
been examined are urged to go to tin
Court House next Saturday and set
Dr. Rogers The examination and
prescription for treatment are free.
- For Sah;-Several farms; 50 t<
2 00 acres. Cash or easy terms. Cal
on or wril<- .las. H. Darby. Sonec;
Oil Mill, Seneca. S. C. adv.
All mom hers of Walhalla Lodge
No. (17, are urged to bo present ni
the lodge room promptly at S o'clocl
next Monday night, when refresh
men ts will be served. A rommitte<
was appointed last Monday night t<
look alter the refreshments and ar
range for this special gathering
(Irand Chancellor F. S. ISvans ha:
asked all lodges in the Domain o
South Carolina to hold a social meet
ing during next week, and it is it
response to this request thal thii
special feature meeting has been ar
ranged for. Let every member o
the local lodge attend promptly. Th?
meeting will not only be one of (deas
ure, but great benefit to the Individ
nal member and the lodge as a whole
HAS "DEMOCRATIC TICKER."
Wilson Heliums by Instrument thu
Ticked Cleveland's Victory,
Princeton, N. J., Nov. t. Cover
nor Wilson will receive the electioi
returns here to-morrow night th rou gi
tho same telegraphic instrument tha
ticked off to Grover Cleveland, ii
1802, news of his victory,
j Commodore H. C. Benedict, a life
long friend of Grover Cclvcland, son
a messenger to Governor Wilson to
day with Ibo historic sounder an
i he nominee immediately had lt sui:
stituted for tho one tho telegrap
company had installed.
"Cominodore Benedict tells me h
and Mr. Cleveland were playing erl I
hage the night of tho election," Go\
cruor Wilson said, "and Mr. Clovt
land complained that Ibo ticking c
the instrument annoyed him it ml in
lerruptod tho game."
Distinguished Lawyer Dead.
Atlanta. Ca.. Nov. I .lohn L. Il0|
kins, aged 80, one of the South'
most distinguished lawyers, dh
here yesterday. All <?i> and count
courts adjourned lin mediately a ftc
his death was announced. I le is sui
rived b} two sons, ('lias. T. and Lil'
ton Hopkins, ami two daughter!
Mrs. M. II. Howell and Miss Chai
WM WA NT to buy one-half mllllo
Dogwood and Persimmon Shuttl
Blocks, from 12 % to 23 inches 1
length. Brices rango from $200.0
lier thousand downward. Seo D. I
Norris, Manager, Tho Southern Stm
tlo & Bobbin Co., Westminster, S. (
"WALLACE HOUSE" MEET AO A IN.
Surviving Members Invited to Hum
well-Only Nino Now lavin;;.
Ha rn well, Nov. 4.-Tho people of
Ha rn well county, under tho auspices
of iho Barnwell County Fair Asso
ciation, have issued invitations to
the nine survivors of tho famous
Wallace House to honor the meeting |
of the association on Thursday of
this week, which is Venterans' Hay,
with their presence. Tho Wallace
House, as perhaps every one knows,
was the Democratic House of Repre
sentatives which, in I 87ti, wrested
the government of the State from op
Major .lohn W. Holmes, editor of j
the Harnwell People, Is the only sur- j
viving member of that House living :
in this county at this time.
The following are the survivors of
the Wallace House: John C. Shep
pard, Kdgcflcld; Claude K. Sawyer,
Aiken; John C. Gulgnnrd, Columbia;
Chas. Petty, Spartanburg; J. Thos.
Alston, Greenville; J. Walter Cray,
(Deonwood; John Wofford, Hender
sonville, N. C.; M.. A. Rountree. Au-|
gusta, Ga.; John W. Holmes, Harn-'
well. These gentlemen will be met !
at the train by a committee com- !
posed of nine men, (these alic sur
vivors of the residents of the town
of Darn well who voted in the elec
tion of 1876,) who will escort them
to the Drown House, a colonial home,
that during the occupation of the
town by Federal troops in February,
1805, was the headquarters of Jud
son Kilpatrick, major general In com
mand of Sherman's Cavalry. After
the occupation only thirty houses
wero left standing.
Curd of Thanks.
Townvllle, Nov. 4.-We wish to
thus publicly express our sincere
thanks and appreciation for the many
acts of kindness and sympathy shown
us by our friends in the recent Ill
ness and death of our son, Henry,
which occurred at Clemson College
on the 2 9 th of October. And wo wish
especially to thank the physicians,
nurses, faculty, students and all at
Clemson College who treated us so
kindly in our bereavement. We Dust
they all shall bo richly rewarded for
their kind deeds.
Wm. T. Hunt and Family.
Is your husband cross? An irri
table, fault-finding disposition is of
ten due to a disordered stomach. A
man with good digestion is nearly
always good natured. A great many
have been permanently cured ol sto
mach trouble by taking Chanber
laln's Tablets. For sale by all deal
ers, a Iv.
ty WANTS, FOR SALE, LOST
JU AND FOUND,
ty Notices under this Heading ole
?cent a word each insertion.
(Initials count as words.) j
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STOLEN-One dark chestnu't.sor
rol horse, white on three feet,?lTQm
J. D. Oliver, near Return church^Re
ward for information leading to re
covery of horse. J. D. OLlVKR.^en
oca, S. C., Route 4.
A complete lin<
in an up
FREE ! FRE
A package of I
Cardui you bi
Make our stoi
Plenty of gooi
Bring us your presci
and the best quality drugs v
The lowest prices on
We will appreciate y
Tennessee Synod This Week,
Lexington, Nov. "A. The Tennes
see Synod of the Evangelical Luthe
ran Church will bold its ninety-sec
ind annual convention in St. Jacob's
Lutheran church, near Chap?n, this
?ounty. (Rev. J. C. Wessinger, pas
loi-, > commencing Wednesday, No
vember il. and running through tlx*
following Sunday. This ls one of (lie
largest and strongest bodies of Chris
tian workers in the State, and many
longregatlons will bo represented,
Kev. J. P. Stirewalt is president of
tho Tennessee Synod, and Rev. John
), Mnuney, formerly of Columbia,
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo
The nest Salve In The World.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Walhalla Wins Again.
in the relay race between (be track
teams of the Walhalla High School
and the Westminster High School
last Friday, the Walhalla team was
victorious, winning hy one minute of
time. This is the second race the
team has entered this sosskni and
each time they have won. The race
Friday was interesting, the result be
ing in doubt until the last lap was
reached. Tl?e Walhalla team took
the lead from the start and held it
all the way, although the Westmin
ster runners threatened to take the
lead on the eighth and ninth laps.
Despite the heavy roads, the time
.17 minutes-was excellent.
After tho race each runner on the
Walhalla team was presented with a
pair of silk hose, donated by citizens
of the town who are lovers of clean
sport. The good feeling which ex
ists between tho two teams was
marked. There was no unpleasant
ness of any kind, and after the race
each team gave a yell for the other.
The average age of the Walhalla
team ls If).8 years. Those who com
pose the team are: J. D. Abbott, 18
years; Furman Hill, 18 years; Louis
Sanders, 10 years; Harley Phillips,
10 years; Eugene Abbott. lf> years;
Loyd Brawn, 15 years; Henry King,
17 years; Willie Kay, 15 years; John
Edwards, 14 years; Marlon Moss,
14 years; Robert Macaulay, 15 years;
Alex Lewis, 1G ears; Ceorgo Kauf
mann, 18 years; Claude Garrett, 15
years; Bishop tirant, 15 years.
"Tug Day" Friday.
Friday, November 8th, will bo ob
served as "tag day." The High
School girls will sell tags for the
benefit of the school library. No price
is set for the tags, and the purchaser
is at liberty to give any amount for
ono. Fach pupil is requested to
bring to school any amount (not over
five cents), which will be added to
the receipts from the sale of tags.
There are needed for tho library
quito a number of reference ?books,
and it is hoped the amount sufficient
for purchasing them can be raised
on that day. Let every ono wear a
Junior Truck Team,
Tho junior track team will have a
second race with the West Union
school team on Friday afternoon. The
race will begin at 4 p. m. Ten run
ners will represent each school. The
race will end at tho Confederate
Only n Eire Hero,
but tho crowd cheered, as, with
burned hands, he held up a small
round box. "Follows!" bo shouted,
"this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold,
has everything beat for burns."
Right! also for boils, ulcers, sores,
pimples, /.ema, cuts, sprains, brui
ses. Surest pile cure. It subdues
inflammation, kills pain. Only 25c.
at all druggists. adv.
i of everything
iE ! FREE !
of Wine of
*e your head
d Cigars and
i Water, Etc,
Big line of
Good Time to Buy
$4.25 Per Ton $5.25 Per Ton
At Mill, j Delivered.
Walhalla, South Carolina.
WE HAVE BEEN HAMMERING AWAY A LONG TIME TRYING TO DRIVE
ONE THOUGHT INTO THE MINDS OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY
THAT WE WILL NOT SELL HARDWARE TO ANYONE AT ANY PRICE THAT
WE DO NOT KNOW TO BE GOOD.
WE HAVE SUCCEEDED DOING BUSINESS THIS WAY, AND WE ARE NOT
GOING TO CHANGE OUR SYSTEM.
Matheson Hardware Co.,
Westminster, S. C.
Ask the Farmer
Who Uses One
Not how he likes the Chattanooga Disc Plow-(wc
know what that answer would bc)-but how he makes
the crops he is harvesting. Nine cases out of ten his
answer will be, BY DEEP PLOWING-and as often
he will tell you this plowing is done with The Chatta
nooga Disc Plow,
We have a complete stock of these Plows-Two and
Three-Horse-and will be glad to have you call and let
us tell you more about them.
Seneca Hardware Co.,
Seneca, S. C.
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SEE THE NEW LINE OF
LADIES' COAT SUITS,
LONG COATS AND
Nobby Lino of
Misses' Heavy Coats and Rain Capes.
AUTOMOBILE HOODS AND AUTOMOBILE COATS.
Sweaters and Caps for Children and Grown-ups
SMART STYLES AND RIGHT PRICES.
New line of
I "WIND PROOF" Umbrellas,
$1.00 to $2.00.
BEFORE YOU BOY CALL AND SEE
J. & J. S. CARTER,
Westminster, S. C.