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"F)R Caldwell'*
just what I n
did laxative, mild and"
quickly and easily. I >
and keep it in our hom
From a letter to Dr.
Mr. G. C. Murphy
Atlant
(
Dr. Cal
Syrup
The Perfea
Sold by Druggii
50 cts. (si!
Recommended as a pos:
pation, mild and gentl
standard family remed;
A trial bottle can be c
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 41
Monticello, Illinois.
FOURTH DIVISION QUARTERLY
Meeting will ho Held with ?ethel W.
M. S. Saturday^ NovemlK?r 10th.
The quarterly meeting of the 4th
division W. Mt. U. will he held with
Bethol W. M. S. on Saturday, Novem
ber 10th. Following ls the program:
10.30 a. m.-Devotional. Led by
Mrs. Tilley.
"What would be the result it we
gave move of our time, talent and
substance to the Lord's work?" Rev.
J. A. Martin.
"The importance of Christian lit
erature in the homes." Mrs. S. L.
Burriss.
"Our Christian relation unto the
uttermost parts." Mrs. C. D. Boyd.
Roll call and verbal reports from
soeietles.
Reces.
Afternoon Session.
1.30 p. m.-Devotional. Miss Al
ice Cole.
"Why should all girls bo inter
ested in missions?" Mrs. Raymond
Tale. v
"t)nr responsibility !<~> t.\'ur< bes
will' unorganized work." Mw W. N.
Bruce.
Duet -lu .Misse.? Kola ti Ibsen ?mil
Vijuaic Bruce.
".Should we give to other objects
before raising apportionment?" Mrs.
S. E. Mayes.
"The "best method of raising ap
portionments. General discussion.
Collection.
Announcements.
Let every W. M. S., Y. W. A., R. A.
and Sunbeam Band lu this division
send a good delegation.
Mrs. J. H. Brown,
President.
Miss Neta Bruce. Secretary.
CASTORIA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears
the
Signature
?Irs. S. C. Witherspoon Dead.
(Tugaloo Tribune, 5th.)
The Carolina relatives ami friends of
Mr?. Jeanie Porter Witherspoon, wife
of S. O. Witherspoon, will be sorry to
learn of her death, which occured tn a
private sanatorium in Atlanta,Ga., on
October 81, of a complication of dis
eases.
Mrs. Witherspoon WHS the eldest
(laughter of James T. Porter, of Forest
Park, (la. Her body was interred in
thc Jones Chapel cemetery at. Forest
Park on November 1, by the side of the
grave of her mother, who died last
slimmer a year ago.
Mrs. Witherspoon leaves husband, a
little daughter, Mellie, live years (?ld, a
son James, three years old, and a baby
six months old ; two brothers, Mark
and Clayton, and live sisters, Mrs. Bes
sie Terrell, Misses Annie, Ida, Bertie
and Gladys Porter. She was 26 years
old and was born near Westminster.
She lived in and near Westminster un
til about eleven months ago, when she
moved with her husband to Atlanta.
She had been in delicate health for
several years.
Mr. Witherspoon tvorked in news
paper offices at Walhalla, Seneca and
Westminster many years, and all his
friends and acquaintances deeply sym
pathize witli him. He was an employee
of the Tugaloo Tribune for six years
prior to moving to Georgia, and wo
deeply regret to learn of\ tue death of
his companion. May lie find comfort
and solace in his trying hour.
Mrs. Witherspoon was a member of
the Presbyterian church of Westmin
ster.
George, Thomas and William Single
ton, of Coonee, are uncles of tho de
ceased. 1
Mr. Witherspoon and Miss Porter
were married near Westminster on
August 20, 1012,
J Syrup Pepsin is
eed. It is a splen
pleasant and acts so
couldn't be without it,
e all the time."
Caldwell written by\
-, 4 Walker Street, fl
a, Ga. /
dwelFs
Pepsin
t Laxative
its Everywhere
S) $1.00
itive remedy for consti
e in its action. The
V in countless homes,
obtained by writing to
>8 Washington Street,
WALHALLA CIRCUIT MEETING.
Business Session to bo Held at Pur?
sonner, West Union, Nov. I Ot ll.
The board of stewards ot' the Wal
li-illa Circuit, M. E. church," South,
will meet at the i:arsonnge in West
I'nlon on Tuesday, November 19th,
at 1 1 o'clock a. m., to wind up the
business tor tho your, lt is requested
that every steward in the charge be
present. Presiding Elder Leonard
expects to be there and wants to talk
to all the stewards.
.1. E. Merchant.
Catawba, S. C., Nov, 8, 1018.
The Strong Withstand the Heat o?
Summer Better Than the Weak
Old people who are feeble and younger people
who are weak, wlU be strengthened and enabled tu
go through the depressing heat of summer by tak
ing GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, ft purifies
and enriches the blood and builds up the whole sys
tem. You can soon feel Its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. 60c.
Subscribe for Tho Courier now.
$1.00 a year-In advance.
58 JEWISH WORKERS
GOING "OVER
Col. Barker Bids Godspeed to
the Graduates of Train
ing School.
Th ti whole-souled co-operation be
tween the seven great organizations
working for the happiness and welfare
of our soldiers and sailors was re
cently illustrated at the graduation
exercises of tho tenth class of the
Jewish Welfare Board's Training
School ls New York. CoL William 8.
Barker, who went to Prance represent
ing the Salvation Army with tito first
contingent of our troops and has been
."over there" fifteen months, was the
principal speaker and wished the fifty
eight Jewish workers of the class God
speed, while Louis Marshall, the promi
nent Jewish attorney and philanthro
pist of New York, lauded the work of
the Salvation Arin/ among the boys
at the front
"What our fighting boys need la In?
splratlon and heart and character in
those who are there to help them,**
<d?clared Col. Barker. "You will rep
resent in the campe and overseas the
ideals and standards of the Jewish
faith, and lt ls up to you above all
things to be consistent In your re
ligious practices. Practice what yon
preach. That, I am sure, has been
tito secret of our own success. If you
live up to the principles of your faith
and give what you have to give from a
heart big with love, the boys will re
spect you, whether they be Protestant,
Catholic or Jew."
The newly graduated field workers
will make a total of ?00 men doing
field work in our camps and naval
training stations under tho auspices
of the Jewish Welfare Board. Tho
Board has about fifty "huts" in tho
various camps and- maintains confers
in all largo cities where soldiers and
sailors of all faiths aro welcomed. A
headquarters haa recently boen estab
lished in Paris, and 100 men are being
recruited here for overseas work.
There aro now nearly 120,000 Jews
serving In tho army and navy.
For Indigestion, Constipation or
Biliousness
Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
Laxative pleasant to take. Mado and
recommended to tho public by Paris Mcdi
ilne Co., manufacturers of Laxntive Promo
Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonie
Many Kinds of Cats,
A Behool boy wrote an essay on
cats. Tho cbc pto" on cLnorv-nt
breeds supplies tho following infor
mation: "Cats that's made for little
boys and girls to maul and tease is
jailed Maltose cats. Some cats is
ino wu by their queer purrs-these
ive called Porsian cats. Cats with
?od temper, ls called Angorrle cats.
:?ats with doop fcoltn's is called Pe
ine cats."-Selected.
Toll that nolghbor who borrow;,
our Courier to subscribe for lt.
* NN HAL KKPOHT OF lt. H, ALEX
ANDER, COUNTY TRRASURKR.
t Cont In nod from Sixlh Tag?.)
District No. 71.
32 Carrie F Bonson.. 30 0Q
CO T B Ables. 10 76
70 Carrie F Benson. ... 30 00
122 Ella Cobb. 60 00
123 Ella Cobb. 45 45,
164 Susie Fant. 30 00
166 Susie Fant. 22 60
285 Ella Cobb. 61 00
286 Ella Cobb. 15 00
289 SUBIO Fant. 27 30
290 Susie Fant. 30 00
487 Susie Fant. 30 00
492 Essie C Thompson.. 35 00
.",38 Essio C Thompson.. 35 00
660 Essie C Thompson.. 35 00
719 Susie Pant. 30 00
7 20 Susie Pant. 30 00
784 Alice Smith. ..... 40 00
785 Alice Smith. 40 00
786 Alice Smith. 40 00
793 Ella Cobb. 60 60
794 Ella Cobb. 60 50
795 Ella Cobb. 60 60
7 96 Ella Cobb. 60 50
811 Alice Smith. 40 00
813 Susie Fant. 30 00
Total.$ 989 10
District No. 73.
13 Bank of Walhalla...$ 171 79
17 lt L Gilstrap. 9 80
19 Enterprise Bank.. .. 66 34
217 Bonnyo W Duckworth 45 00
229 Ethel Davis. 35 00
271 C W Pitchford. ... 560
3 00 J T Eades. 2 00
340 Bennye Duckworth.. 45 00
389 Ethel Davis. 35 00
400 Geo Seaborn. 14 69
4 20 T B Eades. 6 26
425 Bennve Duckworth.. 45 00
484 Ethel Davis. 35 00
54 5 Bennyo Duckworth.. 4 5 00
58 0 Ethel Davis. 35 00
610 W D Cox. 2 00
673 Bonnyo W Duckworth 4 5 00
690 T B Eades. 2 00
746 Bennyo Duckworth.. 45 00
748 J W Cox. 1 25
751 J T Davis. 8 75
752 J T Davis. 6 ?7
756 Ethel Davis. 36 00
7 57 Ethel Davis. 3 6 00
869 Keowco Courier.. .. 3 0(
Total.$ 780 14
District No. 74.
22 Sue Perkins.% 45 00
40 Daisy Jordan. 35 00
121 Dalsv Jordan. 26 5(
179 W T Edwards.. .. 13 00
278 Daisy Jordan. 26 21
?431 Daisy Jordan. 35 21
i 517 Daisy Jordan. 17 61
Total.$ 198 50
District No. 75.
153 Lila Madden.% 40 00
154 J P Dendy. 75 00
176 J P Dendy. 75 00
i fl I I'M Madden. 40 oo
' i pi) J y Dendy. 37 5 0
, 2!>5 Lila Maddon. 10 90
! 296 j P Dendy. 75 (?0
i 2 97 Lila 'Madden. 20 oo
1 123 Ella J Williams. ... 3u Ot)
4 54 J P Dendy. 75 00
4 67 Lila Madden. 40 00
581 J P Dendy. 75 00
595 Lila Madden. 40 00
700 Lila Madden. 40 00
701 J P Dendy. 75 00
760 Ella J Williams.. .. 30 00
761 Ella J Williams.. .. 30 00
814 J P Dendy., .. . . 75 00
I 816 Lila Madden. 40 00
; 848 J P Dendy. 43 35
866 Lila Madden. 20 00
Total. . . .$ 1015 85
District No. 70.
83 Selma E. Craig.. ..$ 40 00 :
168 Selma E Craig. . . . 40 00 I
379 Selma E Craig.. .. 40 00 i
522 Selma E Craig. ... 40 00
Total. . . . .$ 160 00
District No. ?7.
98 Myra Anderson.. ..$ 80 00
488 Myra Anderson.. .. 120 00
Total.$ 2O0 00
General Fund.
155 Thcs A Smith.. ..$ 60 00
Cleveland. 10 00
539 Thoa A Smith.. .. 26 00
834 Thoa * A Smith.. .. 25 00
Buildings No. 28... 100 00
Townville. 277 82
Fair Play. 150 00
Bounty Land. 5 00
Speeds Creek. . 10 00
Mr. McKinley's letter
bringo cheer to all who
may be sufferers as he
was. Read it:
"I cnn honcBtly say that I owe
my life to I'eruun. After somo of
the host doctors In tho country
grave me up and told mo I could
not live nnotlier month, Perunn
anved mc. Travelling from town
to town, throughout tho country
and having to go Into all kinds
of badly heated stores and build
ings, sometimes standing up for
hours at a time while plying my
trnde as auctioneer, it is only
natural that I had colds frr
qncntlyi so when this would
occur I paid Uttlo attention to it,
until last Docember when I con?
tracted a severe caso, which,
through neglect on nw part
settled on my lunga. Whoa ni?
moat too lute, I began doctoring*,
fc'it, without avail, until I heard
ot Perana. It cured mei so I
carnot praise lt too highly."
Catarrh is a Real E
and Requires Vij
po Not. Neglect lt.
When you use medicated sprays,
atomizers and douches for your Ca
tarrh, you may succeed in unstopping
the choked-up air passages for tho
tinta being, but this annoying condi
tion returns, and you have to do th?
same thing over and over again.
Catarrh ha a novor yet been cured
by these local applications. Have
you ever experienced any real benefit
From such treatment?
MiU Creek. 49 69
McKinney's Creek... 60 34
Total,
Dist. No.
1..
2. . ..
$ 762 85
RECAPITULATION.
.$ 623 00
. 671 05
3. 1329 86
%4 .. 910 85 I
5.: . . . . 2128 75
6. 2108 05
7 . 660 50
8 . 379 96
9. 186 75
10. . .. 9925 52
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i. 160 00
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12. 1187 85
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f??OHmi Fund
T?nf . . . .
210 33
80 00
598 30
309 05
1490 02
. 1633 93
989 10
780 14
198 50
1015 85
Hid i)0
200 <>u
762 8.6;
Respectfully submitted,
, R. H. ALEXANDER,
Treasurer Oconeo County, S. C.
Expectant Mothers
View Event Calmly
Tim? Brhgo Knowledge That by UM
of Penetrating Remedy Suffer*
lng Is Avoided.
Thousand! of women have found by the
tapplIceUod of Mother'* Friend, the pene
trating external remedy, prepared especially
for expectant mothers, that pain nnd Buffer
ing at tbejertjls 1? avoided and that In addi
tion the mbnths preceding- the crisis are free
from nervousness, nausea, stretching and
fcearinr^cjrn pains and general discomfort
Mottler's! Friend makes lt possible for the
expectant 'mother to herself actually aid
nature tn tte glorious work to be performed,
and no wtonan should neglect to giro na
ture a helping band. It will mean infinitely
leas pain aa cl the hours st the crisis will bo
less. The period ls one of calm repose and
restful nights.
By the fig of Mother's Friend the akin
ta kept soft and natural, and experienced
mothers sai that it la mach better to keep
your beoltfi and good looks during the pe
|1oa of expectancy than to try to regain
them afterward.
Write the Bradfield Regulator Company,
pepi. ?, Lamar Building. Atlanta, Georgia!
for their HffiS Motherhood Book, and
???*i?.. of Mother's Friend and ba
sin its UM at ecce.
Mr. Samuel McKinley, 3507 K
12th St.. Kansas City, Mo.,, Mern
bor of the Society of U. S. Jowelry
Auctioneers,
Sol?, Everywhere.
Tablet or IJcjold Form
nemy
porous Treatment
Throw theso makeshift remedies to
io winds, and get on tho right treat
lent. Go to your drug store to-day,
et a bottlo of S. S. S,. and commence
treatment that has been praised by
ifTcrors for nearly half a century.
S. S. S. gets right at the source of
atarrh, and forces from the blood
te germs which cause the disease,
ou can obtain special medical advice
igarding your own case without
targe by writing to Medical Dircc
>r, 22 Swift Laboratory* Atlanta, Ga,
Children Cry
The Kind You Have Alway?
In vb? for over over 30 ye
and
sont
Alio
All Counterfeits. Imitations
Experiments that trifle wit
Iniauts and Children-Exr.
What is C
Castoria is a harmless subs
Drops and Soothing Syrups
neither Opium, Morphine nt
age is its guarantee. For
been in constant use for the I
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea
'therefrom, and by regulatini
the assimilation of Food; gi
The Childrens Panacea-Th
GENUINE
In Use For (
Th? Kind You Ha
TN? OINTAUR OOM
Twelve-Mile River Association.
To whom lt may concern: You are
hereby notified that the Twelve-Mile
River Association will meet with the
Mountain Grovo Baptist church, In
Picketts county, on Thursday, No
vember 21, at 10 o'clock a. m..
All delegates, with theLr letters,
are requested to bo present. Public
cordially Invited. W. M. Walker,
Chairman Executive Committee.
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and aa a
rule, there ls more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVES TASTELESS Mill) TONIO ttl voa regularly
-twooi thr<o weeVrt will carli-h thu blood, Im
prove thudh? -stlou, und ii*tn? a GentrdlSwenfitU:
eulin! Tonic to tho who!? Kystom. Nuturt; will then
throw nfl or dispel th?* wo? inn. Mid the Child v Ul l>0
lo ( effra Henka, ricaaum to take, COc per bottle
Helps
Sick
Women
Cardui, the woman's
tonic, helped Mrs. Wil
liam Eversole, of Hazel
Patch, Ky. Read what
she writes: "1 had a
general breaking-down
of my health. I was in
bed for weeks, unable to
get up. I had such a
weakness and dizziness,
... and the pains were
very severe. A friend
told me 1 had tried every-J
thing else, why not
Cardui?... 1 did, and
soon saw it was helping
me ... After 12 bottles,
I am strong and well."
TAKE
The Woman's Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz
zy, worn-out? Is your
lack of good health caused
from any of the com
plaints so common to
women? Then why not
give Cardui. a trial? It
should surely do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands oi other
women who suffered-it
should help you back to
health.
Ask some lady friend
who lins taken Cardui.
She will tell you how It
helped her. 'li y Cardui.
All Druggists
i. ?
for Fletcher's
; Bought? and which has been
ars, has borne the signature of
has been made under his per
il supervision since its infancy?
w no one to deceive you in this,
i and ** Just-as-good " are but
h and endanger the health of
?erience against Experiment?
PASTORIA
Ututo tor Castor Oil, Paregoric,
i. It is pleasant. It contains
)r other narcotic substance. Its
more than thirty years it has
elief of Constipation, Flatulency*
; allaying Feverishness arising
?j the Stomach and Bowels, aids
ving healthy and natural sleep,
o Mother's Friend.
TOR IA ALWAYS
Signature of
Iver 30 Years
ve Always Bought
F?ANV. mw voWK CITY. .
Well Iftnown Syrian l>ead.
(Farm and Factory, 7tlu)
Slyman Sullivan, proprietor of a
fruit and cold drink stand next to
the post office, dlod at tola homo
Thursday morning from pneumonia,
which 'followed Spanish Influonza.
Ho took sick the first part of
the. week and contracted pneumonia
Wednesday. Ho is survived by 'his
father, John Sullivan, a wife, who
was Miss Lorena Nopta, of Atlanta,
j and one daughter, only a few weeks
old. Slyman was a native of Ray
I route. Syria, ana was about '?a
! >v.\r of age Ho pOBHCrfr.od ftti
agreeable dlsposUloh and built ut?
lin Seneca a good trade. His. wife ts
undecided as to whether she ?will
romain in "Soneca. John Sullivan,
Slyiuan's fathor, ls hero from Jack
sonville, Fla., for a fow days. Fun- 1
oral services over tho docoased wore
hold Friday by Hov. Corponing, pas
tor of tho Baptist church, and in
terment was In Mountain View cem
etery.
ll
Kurfees Paints and Oil.
Gutter and Repair Work.
JD. JH. GrOOX>,
TINNER. - WALHALLA, S. O
*!. ?I? ?I? -V -I* ?I* ?I* -I- ty $
.I? PROFESSIONAL OA RDS.
..J? ?J? ?J. ?J. .j. ?J. ?I* ?j? .J. ?J* ?J?
.I- O. L. DEAN, *f*
.I? Surveyor and Civil Engineer, .{*
H. P. D. No. 8,
CENTRAL, S. C.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
?tfm ?M rv I ? ?Tn ?Ta ?Xa MTA ASA M.7A aM?t ml*m
V V Tr V .?.'.?* T* *r V 1*
DR. W. R. CRAIG, * ?
Dental S ii r goo ? * .;
WALHALLA, S. CAROLINA, i *
-' * t
Office Over O. W. Pitchford'? . ?
Store. ? t
---i-, i i
MARCUS C. LONG, j f
.{. Attornoy-afc-Law, ty
?J- Phone No. 00,
-J- Walhalla, SouG? CaioUni?. ?|
?j? I!
*
?J? Office Over Oconce New*'. ct,
?I?-j- ^
?I? J . ll, BARLE, ?J.
-}? Attomoy-nt-Lnw, ?4).
?J? WALHALLA, S. O. ?f
.I? Practice In Minto and Federal rf ;
?I? Courts. ?ty
.I" 'FARM LOANS. , 41
?J? RUY WAR SAVINGS. STAMPS .{.
.j, _ . ^
.I? fi. II. H ERN DON, 4
?J? Attornoy-ut-Luw, 4?
?J? Walhalla, South Carolina, ?fi
.fr PHONB NO. Ol. ?
?U RUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS *f*
ej; - . i i i
?J. R . T o IAY??B8, $
.j. Attome,y-at>Law, *%
??? Walhalla, Sooth Caroline, ?fi
4? Bell Phone No. 20. ?ft
?l? - fW
.I? Practice lo State and Federal
4, Courts. ? ?ll
,t, - " HP.
A J. P. Carey, J. W. flheldr, fH
ju pickeai, S O. W. O. Hughe, ?ft
4? CAREY, SHHLOR ?ft HUGHS, ?ft
?jo Attorneys) wad Counsellors, 4)
.g. Walhalla, South Carolin?. If)
.J? Practice in State and Federal
.j. Courts. ?6
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