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9-4 Sheeting
90-in Light Weight Un
bleached Sheeting. Sale
Price, Yard
35c,
PATTERSON'S CLEAN
Bed Room Slippers
Ladies' Felt Bed Room
Slippers of a good quality
colors are old rose Ameri
can Beauty, Green, etc.
Price
98c.
Just seven days more and our Clean Sweep Sale will be over. Hundreds have already attended this sale
and bought liberally of the many bargains offered. Just a few prices are quoted to give you a general
idea of values to be found all over this store.
TA 111 i 10 DAMASK, 81)0.
Bleached Table Damask, 58 In.
Wido. Price
39c.
BATJIJ TH HEAD, to.
While Hull Sowing Thread, BO
balls lo tin- box. Brice
5 ",m 5c.
LA DI I S' VESTS, IOC.
Ladle*)* Full Taped Bleached
Summer Vests. Price
CHILDREN'S SOCKS, I.V.
Children's Solid White und Fan
cy Top Socks. Brice
15c.
QI I LT (LOTH.
Five-pound bundles, or ;>o to 10
yards or Quilt Cloth, otc, tor
93c.
MEN'S KHAKI PANTS, $1.35.
Men's Khaki ami Bin Check
Pants, light ami cool. Price- ,
$1.35
APRON GINGHAM, lQ%c.
A good standard quality Apron
Gingham, in staple Dine ami Black
Patterns. Price per yard
i2y2c.
LADIES' SILK HOSE, 48c.
Ladles' Fibre Silk lioso, strictly
best quality; colors Black, Cordo
van mid White. Price
48c.
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, Bc.
Men's 10c, Khaki Colored Hem
med Handkerchiefs. Price
5c.
M IO N'S SOCKS, 10c.
Men's Socks, seconds of the 20c.
grade, lu un assortment of staple
colors. Price
10c.
TORCHON LACE, 5c.
Heavy Cotton Torchon Lace, one
to three Inches wide. Price
5c.
MEN'S DRAWERS, 48e.
Men's Blenched Jeans Kntt-senni
Drawers-Good Ones. Price
48c.
MEN'S UNION SUITS, 18c.
Men's Athletic Bleached Union
Suits-really worth 05c. Price
48c.
MEN'S HATS, BOC.
Just u small lot of Men's Hats
in small shapes, but nil sizes.
Price
59c.
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, 7.1c.
Children's Gingham Dresses, in
sizes six to fourteen years. Price
75c.
PERCALES, 15c.
Short-length Percales, in light
Olid dark colors. Price
15c.
LADIES' WAISTS, 85c.
'Ladles' White and Pongee Color
Shirt Waists-regular dollar val
ues. Price
85c.
RIBBONS, IHe.
Real nico Sash mid Hair Bow
Ribbon-most all doors-in vari
ous widths, up to 7 inches. Price
48c.
SILKS-YARD (1.35.
Satin Taffeta and Crepe do
In a wldo rango of colors.
Chine,
Price per yard
$1.35
BOYS' WASH SUITS, i)8c.
Wash Suits for tho little follows
three to six years old. Price
98c.
JO-INCH VOILES, 15c.
40-inch Plain White mid Solid
Color Voiles, otc. Prico, yard
15c.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS, too.
Mon's Ecru Color Long-sleeve
Bnlbriggail Undershirts. Price
45c.
HOYS' OVERALLS, 75c.
Boys' good quality Blue Denim
Overalls, sizes 5 to 15. Price
75c.
TALCUM POWDERS, 10e.
Air bloat Talcum, Flesh and
White. Price
10c.
SENECA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
(ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under '
this heading Inserted at rate of
one rent n word per Insertion, j
Pour Insertions for price of '
Hi roo. )
(NOTICE.-So ntlvcrtlsei ont nc
ceplvd for this column for 1 ss (linn
if. rents, ono insertion.)
SURVEYING promptly nnd accu,
ratoly dene. H Alt KA KAU1.?K, W.li
liana. S. C. ?l-?8
.M().\r/?' TO LOAN on improved
Farm Lands, lt. IO, BltUClS, Plck
ons, S. C. 26-tl
you s.n.'.;-i H -? huiulrcd bushels
Kulghum .-.! Oats; homo raised;
guaranteed pure. Also, I'lgs tor sale.
NV. I). Mos.'. Walhalla, S. C. :'.-'-. f
HEMSTITCHING and Bccoting.
All work carefully and promptly
done. Mies. J. li. HOBKINS, Sen
eca, 8. C. 28-35*
NOTICE.- rho Keoweo Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all tho loading periodicals. We
will appreciate your business.
NOTICE.-Horses and Mules Shod
- nails and shoes furnished. All
work guaranteed. Call on mo for
good service. J. H. WOOD, Salem. S.
C.
WANTED - Chickens. Eggs find
Beef Hides, for cash. Market some
higher. Seo mo before you sell.
ItlCIIAltD OELKEItS, Walhalla. S.
C. ;:L'-:'."I
Hot Si: KO H BENT, in Wosl in
ion, s.e.; wator and lights ii' wauled.
Also, lllacksmiih Shop. Write .1, C.
KNOX, High roiiu, N. C.. Konto ::,
Box 127. I
BLUE MIDGE Ct .ADA t? E and Ulai k
smith Shop, Wosi i nion, s. C.. now
open and ready for business. Service
prompt and reasonable in price.
MINSON & '!' I ! RASH K ll, Mechanics,
in charge. ;:"'-:'..'.!
SELL THE OllKJ IN AL WATKINS
Products. Good city territory still
opon. Ciel our wonderful o ff or and
free samples. Write to-day. THE
.1 lt. WATKINS CO., Dept. 70, Now
York, N. V. ;: l-??.-,!
S ll oin ll.\ \ i > and Typewriting.
Mrs, JOHN HEED EH will open a
class in Shorthand and Typewriting;
also classes in Exprosflotl and Physi
cal Training, and Wator Color and
China Painting. Any ono wishing to
join any of these classes, see or write
Mrs. JOHN .1. REEDER, Walhalla,
S. C. 31.34
FOR SALE-Three Tracts of Land
- 05 acres, two miles of Walhalla;
Gil acres In Plat shoal section, live
miles ot Walhalla; 51 acres (W?hlt
placo), in Ebenezer section, four
miles Of Walhalla. All good land,
dwelling and outbuildings on oneil
place. Por terms and particulars soe
or write J. C. JIOOI), West I nion, S.
C., Ponte 1. 31-34
A.
D?aos
MEDICINES
Wc carry ?1 full linc of thc
Every one sold under a do
factureras and ours. Look ft
HAROLD BRENNECKE.
STA I'lONEItY
TOILET
AKT ICLKS
V^AR'I H
- OPP(
PIEDMONT.
FOR SAKI: - One Wickor Baby
Carriage; splendid condition. MUS.
F. li. l-l UCI MS, Walhalla, S.C. 32-35*
DIST-Kiarie Mound Dog. about
two yours old; na inc Krank. Tag No.
30 Ki. Notify W. L. SANDERS. Wal
halla. S. c., and rocoivo reward. 3C>*
hui; SAKI-:-flood dry pine Wood,
S-fool length, $4.00 per cord. Cut
in stove length, $'1.75 per cord.
MARCUS KINK, Walhalla. S. C.. lil.
34-37*
No. 1
NOTICE.-Notice; is hereby given
hy thc School Koa rd of Tamassee D.
A. |{. Industrial School, Tba*, no bills
will bo p.iii! unless accompanied by
in onler for same, signed by Chair
nan of Hoard. MKS. ERA N K C.
CAIN. Stato Regent and Chairman of
Hchool Hoard: MKS. R. N. BRAT
TON, Se. retal y of Hoard. 32-35
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldili Street, Walhalla, H. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Pennnco... .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
Rector.
P. O. Box 8 2, Anderson, S. C.
??4 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty
tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty.
Miss Emmlo Ansel is spending
ibis weok visiting in Anderson.
- The Mayne Circle will meet with
Mrs. s. L. Veiner Friday, Aug. 2.'?th.
al .". o'clock,
--Vote for O. D. Seay. for Stato
Supt. of Education.-adv.-*
-? .1. A. Dusonberry spent tho week
end in Walhalla at the homo of Mrs.
Hettie Macaulay.
- Miss TToxollo Wright, of New
berry, has boon visiting at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. William Moll.
- Hemstitching and Pocot Edging.
?-Will glvo your orders caroful at
tention. Mrs. M. Puckhnber, P. O.
Box 1G8, Walhalla, S. C., noar tho
Brandt old home.-adv.-31-31.
DRUGGISTS''
SUNDRIES
?STS^
famous Rcxall preparations?
ublc guarantee-the manu
>r the Rexall Sign.
TEAY HUTCHISON.
. CANDIES
IS ' -
Wu ! r.MA\ s
AUTO CO. , lUj0(
--.Mrs. Jantes Angel, of Spartan
burg, is spending a fow days In Wai
hi. Ila among redativos and friends.
- Miss Isabel Macaulay, of Ander
son, spent Sunday in Walhalla at the
home of'her mother, Mrs. 11 ott io Ma
caulay.
- Mr. and Mrs. Watt, of Anderson,
spent tho week-end in Wallinna vis
iting at tho home of Miss Georgia
VanOiviorc.
?-For Sale-1021 model Maxwell
touring car; good as new; run only
1061 miles. Call and see this splen
did car at Green Motor Co., Walhalla,
S. 0.--adv.-29-tf.
- Che many friends of C. W.
Bauknighl will he sorry to learn that
ho lias been con lined to lils home
with a severe attack of sciatica. Ile
is reported better this morning, al
though still unable to he out.
- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pitchford,
Jr., returned last week from a pleas
ant visit of a week io Mrs, Pitch
ford's parents. ..tr. and Mrs. Clink
scales, and oilier rcdalive.; it Green
wood .
Have your hot-air furnace in
stalled now; also your gaiters over
hauled by a first-class man. Don't
forgo! thai trash burner hofbro cold
won thor comes; have it n lined. Soo
Keller, tho Tinner, Main st root, Wal
halla, s. C. All work guaranteed and
reasonable in price.- adv.
--J. T. Henry, of Lenoir, N. C., ro
ta rn od to his home tho lat tor part of
last week.after spending a week or
ten days with his relative.!, Mr. and
Mrs. John V. Craig. Mr Hoary is
engaged In newspapor work at Ko
noir. his adopted homo, though he ls
a nativo of South Carolina.
-Tlie Woman's Missionary Soci
ety of UK; Fi rs I Baptist church of
Walhalla will meet at tho church on
next Tuesday. Aug. 2!Mh, at 3 o'clock
lu tho afternoon. All iii? ladles of
the church are requested to attend
tho meeting and to take their bun
dles for "Baptist Bundle nay" for
Iho European Keller. The Y.W.A.'S
nnd Cl. A.'s aro cordially invltod to
meet, with tho society. IntorosHng
speakers havo been secured to dis
cuss different phases of tho work.
-Miss Ruby Badger, of Green
ville, is visiting ber aunt, Mrs. C. H.
Humphries, and bor friend, Miss Eu
nice White.
- Mrs. A. P. Crisp returned to her
homo in Newberry last Monday. after
having spent a few days with reln
tives ?a Walhalla.
-Vote for O. I?. Seay, for State
Supt. of. Education.-adv.-*
-Wo ar" requested to announce
thai Kev. T. M. Si ? ?hiing will prend)
ai ttichland' church on next Sunday,
Aug. ai ! 1.30 o'clock. The pub
lic is cordially invited to attend.
-Mr. and Mrs. c. II. nuncan, of
'Laurens, spent tin: past week-end In
Wost Union iviili tho former's par
ents, Mr. mid Mrs. i lt. Duncan, and
among oilier relatives and friends.
-Miss Sara Gilder, of Birming
ham, Ala., is visiting .Mis. ll. C.
Busch. .Miss Gilder, ha.- visited in
Walhalla several times before, and
bas many friends who arc glad lo
seo her again.
- Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tatham
and family returned to their home in
Kock Hill this week, after a week's
visit at the home of Mrs. Ta thant's
father, Charles P. Muller. They were
accompanied homo hy Miss Lottie
Pinkonstndt. Their many friends in
and near Walhalla were delighted
lo meet them again.
- We are requested to announce
that tho llOCky Knoll W. M. S. will
meet with Mrs. E. |>. Simpson Thurs
day afternoon, Aug. 2 1th, at three
o'clock. The feature of the program
will bo the organization of a G. A.
for the girls of Rocky Knoll church.
A good nt ton dan CO of both the ladies
and girls is earnestly urged. The
community at largo is cordially In
vited to attend.
- John A. Ansel has been giving
free demonstrations nearly every day
in tho week lately of how lo gel rid
of the boll weevil. Ho collects infest
ed bolls and burns them in front of
lils store on M nhl street, We suggest
that some of our cotton growers who
think they lia ve no weevils soo Mr.
Ansel ami let him show thom some
of tho evidences of their presence
before thc public execution. When
we hear a fanner say that he is not
troubled with ibo weevil, we just
wonder whether or not ho is looking
for trouble.
-Good meat of all kinds at
Smith's Market, Main street, Wal
halla, S. C.- Steak 15C, 20c. and
2?c. per pound; round steak 2.r>e. per
pound, two pounds for 15c; shoul
der roast l?'/aC. pound; stew mont
lue. pound, three pounds 2.">c Mixed
sausage 2Dc. pound, two pounds 35c.
laver 20c. pound, two pounds 35c.
Sliced ham 456. pound, two pounds
8.-.C.; minced ham 350. pound, two
pounds C.".c. Bologna sausago 25c
pound, two pounds I5c; sliced bacon
35c, pound, two pounds Gf>c Pull
cream cheeso 10c. pound, two pounds
75c. Ten-pound pail Silver Loaf lard
$1.76; five-pound pail Silver Leaf
lard i:0c. Lemons, bananas, pota
toes, and vegetables, Fresh broad
every day. Smith's Market, Walhalla,
S. C.-adv.-32-3-1.
)
-D. A. Smith is spending this
week in tho mountains ot this State
and North Carolina on his vacation.
- Mrs. W. J. Schroder, .Misses Julia
Maxwell, .lanie Harrison and Eliza
beth Stribling, ami Norton Stribling
spent the past week-end at High
lands. \. C.
-Mrs. Austin Beatty, of Lake
land, Kia., arrived in Walhalla Inst
week and ls visiting al tho home of
hoi hrothor-in-1. w, J. P. Heatly, and
family. She Wlli bo in Walhalla for
several weoks. There are many of
her friends hore who are glad lo wol
co io her t.o Walhalla. She was ac
companied by Cbestorfleld Beatty,
who had been spending some months
in Florida with his inuit ?;:id aunt,
- -Friends of \v. ?,. Vernor, of Wal
halla, will bo glad to know that he
is receiving docided hon oil t through
tn ai aunt at Battle Creek ( M Ich.)
Sanitarium. A personal letter from
Mr. Vernor states that he is Improv
ing, though still inconvenienced by
reason of his trouble. The Courier
joins with hosts of other friends of
his in hoping for his early complete
restoration to health and return to
Walhalla.
- H. L. Hoggs, of the New Hope
section, has our thanks for a treat
in Ibo way of sn ni pl os of his apple
crop, ho having left with its a few
each of his Crimes (?olden, Nnnsmond
Beauty, and a promise later of tho
opportunity to taste his Black Wine
saps, which como in for tho winter
keeping crop. This crop promises
well- better, lu fact, than the early
varieties, which were cut short of a
full crop by reason of tho excessively
wet spell at the time of the "making"
of tho crop, and as a result ripened
prematurely. Mr. Hoggs has also
for a winter crop the Hen Davis and
Scott. Cluster.
- .William Robert Taylor died at
his home In Newry Saturday night.
Aug. I-th. He bad been in declining
health for several years. Ile com
pletely lost his sight three years ago.
His suffering was intonso for three
weeks prior to his death. Mr. Tay
lor was born at Old Dickons Court
House on Jan. ll, 1857. Ile was (?7
years old and had lived most of his
life in Oconee county. He was a good
Christian and a member of tho Meth
odist church for many years, Ho
boro his suffering patiently, and ho
never complained. He said ho was
ready lo die Just when the Lord saw
flt to take him. Besides his widow he
leaves to mourn his death five chil
dren-Charlie Taylor, Salem; Ceorge
and Albert Taylor, Nowry; Mrs. R.
A.lilli, Greer, and Mrs. Will Raddle,
Atlanta, Ga., and flflcon grandchil
dren; ono sister, Mrs. Henry McMa
ban, of the Fairview community, and
two brothers, F. J. Taylor, Clarkston,
Ga., and Gi A. Taylor. Arcadia, Kia.
Mr. Taylor was tho oldest son of tho
lalo Capt. Gustavus Adolphus Tay
lor. Funeral sorvlces were conducted
In the Fairview church by his pastor.
Rev. ll. H. Hardy, Sunday afternoon
In tho presence of many sorrowing
rolatlvos and friends. Tho Interment
took place In t..o Fairview cemetery.
-~s
-Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Oldridgo
White, of Walhalla, have annuoneod
tho engagement of their daughter,
Miss Lucille, to Goer go Lipscomb
Suggs, of Atlanta. Tho wedding will
take place in September.
-Our attention has been called
lo an error in tho list of those who
rocontly passed tho examinations for
touchers in Oconoo. Tho name of
.Miss Katie Moore should have booti
Miss Katie Mi.ody, of Walhalla. We
regret Ibo error.
- Mr. and Mrs. F. |<\ Edwards, of
Fountain Inn, and their throe chil
dren. Lucilo, Wilton and Helen, vis
ited Mrs. K. li. ItOgOl'S last week, re
turning to their homo Saturday. Dur
ihb previous visits to Walhalla they
made many friends, who were .1 ?>
lighted to soe them again.
--Kev. I,. M. Lyda closed a moot
ing of eight days on last Sunday at
Return Ita pt is? church, Kev. Lyda
conducting the services and doing all
the preaching. Tho services were
largely attended from start to finish,
and it is fell that the church and
community woro greatly benefited
along all lines. Some of tho oldest,
members of the Church say thal it
was the greatest mooting the church
has had in 2."? years. Thirty-six per
sons united with tho church-33 by
baptism and three by letter. Kev.
Lyda gives two Sundays each mouth
to this church-the second and ibo
lou rt h.
-Capt. W. T. McGill requests us
to state that the daine of ILL. Karney
should have appeared In the list of
Orr's Regiment mon who have died
during the pas', year. Mr. Ka moy
was a member of Company H. and
there wore seven members ot* tho
regiment who died during tho year.
Officers chosen for tho present year
were: W. T. Mcdill, president; .1.
w. Todd, vice president; B. .1. John
son, secretary; J. F. Anderson, of
tho Uppor S.C. Methodist Conferenco,
chaplain. Ky error Kev. Anderson's
in it inls appear in tho regular report,
of ibo reunion as "J. L." instead of
.\). F."
-Did you seo "The Little Minis
ter" at The Star Theatre, Seneca, the
first two nights of this week? If you
did not, you missed a trent; but hero
is something equally as good for tho
showings ibo balance of tho week
and the first of next: Thursday, Tom
Mix. in "The Night Horseman," and
a Snub Pollard comedy; Friday,
beautiful doria Swanson, In "Tho
Great Moment," and a Cathe Nows
reel; Saturday, tho usual program.
Monday, Aug. 28, dainty Marlon Da
vies in ono of tho most wonderful
productions of the year, "Thc Brides
Play"; Tuesday, Aug. 29, tho incom-,
parable Norma Talmadgo In "The
Forbidden City." Theso aro the now
releases and aro wonderful presenta
tions. Tho managers of The Seneca
Star Th ea tro aro endeavoring to glvo
their patrons the best pictures ob
tainable. Encourngo them by your
pr?sence and patronage Out-of-town
visitors to ibo theatre aro always
welcome. The price of admission ls
most reasonable-25 couts.
(Oilier Local Items on Ith Page.)

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