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SENECA, S, C? ? ?
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Daily Express Shipm?nts are,b
Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Ski
?rs, Waists, Etc.,
pirect frbm the best manufacturers
City. Gome in and look them over, 1
for themselves, and you will not be
LAPIES' SUITS
All new Models, in Po?ret
Twills, Tricotine, Serges,
etc., handsomely tailored and
trimmed with buttons, braid,
etc. They are very pretty
and reasonably priced at
$12 to $30.
MEN'S
W. L. DOUGLAS
SHOES
New dressy models in Ma
hogany, and Black. There
are none better and few as
good at the price.
$5 to $7.
MILLINERY
Thc newest things in Ready
to-Wear Hats for the Wo
man, the Miss and the Child
-and, a s usual, we sell
them at lower prices.
LADIES' DRESSES
The' season's very . latest
models, in Canton Crepe,
Tricotine and Serges, in.
Navy, Brown and Black,
trimmed with Braid; Beads,
etc. \ A real ' pretty assort-'
'ment of Dresses at prices
lower than you would ex-'
peet to pay.
$6.50 to $25.
LADIES' SWEAT?RS
Sweaters are the most po
pular garment of thc season.
Dainty little Slip-Over Tux
edos and the heavy Coll?ge
sweaters, in all the best
colors. Prices
$2.50 to $10.
MEN'S FURNISH
INGS
Dress Pants, priced $2,95
to $4.50,
Dress Shirts, priced 95c. to
$2.50.
Men's Hose, priced 10c. to
65c.
Men's Ties, priced 25c. to
$1.00.
U?e
Walhalla Ginnery
WALHALLA? S. C.
The Gin Machihery has been
put in the best of condition and
will be operated by an exper
ienced Ginner.
Bring Your Cotton to the
Walhalla Ginnery
and try us for good and prompt
service.
The Walhalla Ginnery,
(Formerly the Pitchford Ginnery.)
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Deuth.of Mrs. (ins ('. Arve.
Mrs. dus C. Arve died nt her home
in Hie Long Creek section on tho,
night of Sept. 10th. after an Illness
of three weeks. She hore h qr Buffer
ing with great Christian fortitude.
Hov death brought deep sorrow to
all who knew her.
Mrs. Arve united with tho Metho
dist church iii ?ftrly lifo. Uer daily
lifo was that of an bumble follower
Ot Christ. A true and dovout Chris
tian, sho was always ready to h dip in
tho timo of nelod. A good woman has
gono to her reward lo bo with her
.lovod ones ovor on that bright and
hoavonly shor.o." i
Mrs. Arvo's maldon nanto was Miss
linen eel C. Phillips. She was born
in Georgia on Juno 14, 1S.">8. In tho
year 1 R77 she was happily married to
Gus C. Arve, who precoded ber lo tho
gr-i H fifteen m
Mrs. Arve louV
A. it. Pitts, ri nt
Phillips of n?a
broth?,. V. IC.
tbs and Hf teen days.
ono daughter, Mrs.
no slstor, Miss Mary
,ong Creek, and one
I illlps, of AV es I m la
in her passing away Lnurol Springs
Methodist church lias lost ono moro
of Its most faithful and dovout mem
bers. Sho was a kind and dutiful
wife and mother, a falthfu' friend
end a good neighbor. Her children
-Iso up nnd call her blcssod. Har
friends and uoighbors speak hor
praise.
During her last Illness she showed
such bountiful traits of character and
faith In Cod that they wore marked
by all those who visited hor, fortitude
and patience being ovor noted. Her
children do not mourn as those who
aro without hope, for thoy know
where to lind her. She suffered much
In hor last Illness and. bravely passed
through lt ail in tho spirit of hor(
Master, rejoicing oven to tho end in
the consciousness that sho was
Christ's and Christ was hors.
The remains wero interrod at Lau
rel Springs church beside ber hus
band on Sept. 3,0tit, the funeral sor
vicos being conducted b^ tho pastor,
of tho Walhalla Methodist church, In
tho presence of.? Iorgo concourse of
sorrowing friends and rolatlves.
'Wo extend to tho bereaved ones
?Incere sympathy in tboir hour of
sorrow.
' Kinging at Hooky Knoll.
''Tho Wagoner Township Singing
Association will moot with tho Rocky
Knoll Baptist church next Sunday af
ternoon nt 2.30 o'clock. Wo invito
everybody who loves music to come
and bring sou,' hooks and enjoy tho j
nftornoon In singing good song.
Ku rm an Morton, Pros.
Clydo Ham, Secretary.
ringing us
rts, Sweat=
in New York
'he prices speak
urged to buy.
LADIES' SKIRTS
Wool Prunella and other de
sirable fabrics, in stripes and
beautiful combinations of
Black, Brown, Tan and
Blue \ Plaited a n ds plain
models..... A beautiful lot of
Skirts at v
$3.50 to $5.
DRESS GOODS
Silks, Satins and Taffetas,
yard $1;35 to $2.50.
Crepe Knit, absolutely
new, yard $3.50.
Ratine, saliel colors and
plaids, yard 50c. to 75c.
Staple Color Serges, priced
50c. to $3.00.
COTTON PIECE
GOODS
Solid Outings, light weight,
yard 12 l-2c.
Outings, heavy weight,
yard 15c.
Dress Ginghams, yard ?5c.
to 25c.
Stripe and Plain Cheviots,
yard 15c. to 20c.
J,omi Notes from Coneross.
Coneross, Oct. 9.-?Special: Every
nen.ber of Coneross Baptist church
s requested to be present at tho
fliurch next Su tiddy at ll o'clock, as
hut date and hour has been set for
i conference for the election of a
instor for tho coming year.
Elma Smith, of Plckons, was a
?tiest of bis cousin, Walter Duck
vorth, of this section, last wook. Mr
Smith and Walter also spent Satur
lay night with Mr. and Mrs. Ennis
Vbbott.
Miss Salenn.DuBose, of Qroonvllle
pont yesterday with her sister, Mrs
3. W. Alexander. She was accompan
ed by several of her cousins from tho
?ame placo.
Miss Gracie Abbott left last Tues
lay for Long Creek, where she has
iccepted a position as teacher. The
itudents came in such numbers aftor
bo school started that the author!
les 'were compelled to secure an
?thor teacher. Wo Indeed feel proud
if Long Creek Academy.
."The leo cream supper was quito
luccess, considering tho rainy wea
her.
Miss Lena Abbott was tho guest of
icr friend, Mrs. Sterling Elrod, near
A'estminster, a few days last week
Mrs. Elrod was also a welcome vis
tor in this vicinity last Wednesday
l am requested to give notice that
ho compulsory attendance law will
uko effect at, tho Blue Ridge school
m Oct. 3 0.
Mr. and Mrs C. P. Davis, of West
ninstor, and daughter, Miss Willio
Mao, wore recent guests of relatives
?ero.
Mi\'sand Mrs. Earle Addis, who
Ivo near hero, . accompanied theil
ittlo' dagbuter, Margaret, to West
ninstor last Thursday, where' she
tad her tonsils and adenoids tak(
mt. Reports'uro that Margaret
toing nicely.
Miss Rossie Kell, of Washington
X C., ls on n month's visit to hoi
nether, Mrs Henry Koli, near this
>luee, Miss Rossie ls on' tho trained
in rae force in that city 'nt a prom!
lout hospital.
Otis Arvo ls laking the. elovonth
;rnde in the Walhalla High School
Io is staying With " n sistor, Mi
'nul Gumbrell.
Mrs. Cora Dllwortb arid daughter
.liss Virginia, wore 'esta of Mrs
s'ettto Moase anti fain;./ yesterday
Sovoral frc*ri hero attonded thc
Sunday School Convention at Rich
and yesterday and the singing co
'enHon at Walhalla yesterday after
loon./'
Mr.Vand Vis. Jamos Abbott and
ion Colin \ oro week-end guests of
dr and Vis. J. H. Julian, of Return
?ommunity,
Rev. Hudson WJ11 Explain Vision.
Rev. J. L. Hudson will givo bis
-?sion with an explanation at Salem
,apllst church next Sunday, Oct. ir>,
it 3 o'clock p. m. Public cordially
nv'tod. C. R. Aborcromblo,
Pastor,
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fr AMERICAN LEGION NOTES, fr
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A lively mooting of the Fred H.
Sexton Post at .Florence waa hold on
Tuesday night.! A large number of
members attended. Plans wore made
for a regular army canteen at tho
fair grounds during the Pee Doe fair,
Get; 17Uo 20. Commander Mcivor is
to name a coinmittde to have charlo
of this feature. 'Dbe ir inagement of
tho oprea house and the post aro
working on plana locking to a bone
lit entertainment for the post during
tho fair. ' v . . '
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The South Carolina delegation to
the.national convention at New Or
leans will leave next Sunday. It ls
expected that the Palmetto State will
bo well represented this year, as a
number of Legion men will go on tho
destroyers sailing from Charleston.
* # .
It ls understood that Branchville
wlil haye about eight representatives
at New Orleans. It is flue whon a
small post can find so many mon who
aro willing to attend. Branchville
post has shown that lt Is made up of.
wide-awake mcmbors who can and
will work for tho legion.
? - *
"We want a homo all our own" is
the attitudo of the ?Legion mon of
Florenco. At the last meeting tho
question of erecting a homo for tho
exclusive uso of tho Legion was free
ly discussed. With tho Florenco mon
actively behind the movomont lt is,
certain that sen. othing will bo ac
complished.
* * *
Tho ttnio ls drawing near for all
po.Us to plan something special for
Armistice Day. This is tho greatest
event In tho Legion's calendar, and
every, post should"tako proper action
to see that it is observed.in a manner
befitting tho occasion.
*';*'?'#
A Pullman load of Legion mem
bers from tho Pee Doe section are ex
pected to swing Into line for tho na-|
tional convention next Sunday. Many
members of the auxiliary will attend
in addition to the regularly elected
delegates. AP. reservations must bo
made through tho department adju
tant.
Catarrh Can Be Cured
Cntnrrh ls n local disease, greatly
influenced by constitutional condi
tions. It therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. HALL'S CATA HRH
MEDICINE is taken Internally and
nets through the Blood on the Mucous
Surfaces of Ihe System. HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the
.foundation of the disease,! gives the
patient strength by improving the gen
eral health and assists nature in doing
Its work.
All druggists. Circulars free.
F, J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Keowee' Courier:
.Please allow spaco in "* valua
ble 'paper to express om ?acere
thanks to the good peoplo of Bounty
Land and Seneca who so freely con
tributed to our needs during tho re
cont illness, and death of our beloved
wife and mother, Mrs. Mary Etta
Rochester, and to assure thom that
wherever our lot may be cast In tho
future they will be held in kind re
membrance. May God ever bless them
In tho bestowal of their gifts to those
who are in trouble and need.
Slncorely; J. E. Rochoslor
(ad.) and Family.
NOTICE.
My Second Annual
Sale Will Start Fri
day, Sept. 29th.
I havo opened up Stores with n
full line of Clothing for Men,
Young Men and Hoys. Every .Suit
marked in plain figures-ono price
to all.
Plenty of John H. Stetson Rats,
also, Hood Wool Huts $1.00 and
up. Caps for Men qnd Hoys.
Simes for (ho Whole Family
Sunday and E^ery-duy.
100 barrels Best Patent Flour,
(Cream Loaf,) $0,0.0 per barrel;
hall Self-Rising for $7.00.'
1.-><> ynidH J. At I?. Coats' Thread
Bc. per spool. All you want.
Underwear for .Men, Women sn'nd
Children, both singlo and union.
Overalls, $1.15 per pair.
Shirts, overy-dny Cotton and
Wool, from OOo. to $5.00.
Sunday Shills, $1.00 ?nd up.
Sevoi'al.htindred pairs Hnlf-llo.so
for Men, 10c. tho pair. All colors.
Ladies' lioso saine; also hotter
ones up to $1.00.
l'util further notice, Gas at 25
cent . per gallon. So you can como
In your car. Como ?nd look nt my
line. I propose to s?vo you money,
and monoy saved ls money made.
Don't fall to seo our samples for
Tailor-Mndo Suits--?II Wool- and
from special price of $17.00 ?nd
up. Mt guaranteed.
Cioghnins, both apron ?nd dress,
12?4 c.?per ynrd ?ml up.
Bcd Tick, 12 \<?. ?nd up.
Hickory Sheeting-Plenty of
Cloth for nil purposes.
So como nud seo for yourself. If
I haven't got whftt you want I CHU
get it foi* yon on short notice.
WILL LOOK FOR YOU.
A HEARTY WELC ?IE TO ALL.
W. M. Murphree
WALHA I J \. S. C.,
39-11 R. F. kt. So. 8.
CIRCUS PRICES
ALL CHILDREN 30C
UNDER ACE OF 12 **WY
ADULTS 75c. (Including War Tax.)
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RING
CUS
PRESENTING ON ONE STUPENDOUS
PROGRAM AND FOR THE FIRSTT{ME
IN ALL CIRCUS HISTORY
NOT MANY, BUT ALL THE
WORLD'S GREATEST
AREN IC
STARS
MAGNIFICENT, MAI
feE?TURES /SUCH Ai
MAGNIFICENT, MAMMOTH
^E?TU R ES * S U C H A 5 HAVE
\EVER BEEN SEEN BEFORE
iOR DEEMED POSSIBLE
OF ACHIEVEMENT. ,
WILL EXHIBIT AT
. SENECA
ONE DAY ONLY
2= PERFORMANCES ?2
TUESDAY, OCTOBER
STREET PARADE 10:30 A. M.
Time to Sow Grain
Wc have a good stock of Cole's One and
Two-Row Grain Drills; also Fertilizer Distributers?
We offer these popular Implements at JO per
cent from regular list prices? and will be pleased to
have your business pn same? (
t .
We have stock of Fairbanks Kerosene En
gines in the small sizes, and can get any size you
might need on short notice. Will 'appreciate your
inquiries on these and all Mill Supplies.
Heaters and Stoves -
t
We have the most complete stock of Stoves?
Ranges and Heaters that we have ever carried.
Well known Standard IVukes - Majestic? Bucks
and Coles? You know them? Wc could say no
thing to add to their qualities?
Ballenger Hardware Co.
' y Seneca. S. C.
Want a Dry Legion Mooting. J Orangeburg Guard Kills Negro.
Now Orlonns, La.,'Oct. 8.-Fodoral
injunctions will be applied to provont
proprietors of grocory stores and soft
drink establishments selling intoxi
cating liquors during Amorlcan Le
gion convention week, lt was an
nounced hore to-day hy Unltod States
District Attorney L. H. Burns.
Mr. Durna sold tho action wAs ta
kon at tho request of Hugh ti. Arro,
prohibition dlrdctor for Louisiana,
and W. W. Tuttle, chief prohibition
enforcement ofllcer, who aro said to
havo charged that certain proprietors
of groceries and soft drink places
have been gullly of violation^ of the
Volstead act.
('ard of Thanks.
Editor Keoweo Courier:
Wo wish to thank tho many friends
land neighbors for their kindness
shown during the illness of our son
and brother, May tho blosolngs of
heaven rest upon all these people ls
our> prayer. J. I). Abbott
and Family.
Walhalla, S. 0.--(ndv.)
Orangoburg, Oct. 8.-Louis It ireh,
a negro convict about 22 years old,
was shot arid killed ^Thursday after
noon hy L. S. Drown, a chain gang
guard, when tho negro attempted to
mako bis escape and rofusod to stop
whoa ordered to halt. About two
weoks ago Birch was convicted of
highway robbory, having bold up, on
Aug. 25, a yo uh g boy'in this county,
and upon conlvctlon by a Jury was
sontonhod to sorvo two years. It ls
stated that Birch declarod bo did not
expect to sor\|e tho term if ho could
get nway. Tho shooting took pfaco
on tho road that, la hoing constructed
from Orangoburg to Norway.
?verlurnod (hu* Injures Throe
Andoraon, Oct. 9.-Driving from
a funeral, a car was overturned and
threOvpcoplo Injured. J. C. Roche,
owner\f the car, bad a baokon collar
bone and his son was also painfully
Injured. Another man In the car had
his ankle lacerated and had to havo
j BCverdi >l?toben taken.

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