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On Friday and Saturday
wo will havo our Milliuory Opi
Wo aro well prepared to
invite ouo and all to visit our t
Our fi and 10-cont depm
valuoB for Saturday's Bolling.
When you visit our nj
GoodB and Ladies' and Ckildn
C. G. J;
Ni? 11.i|iM|lllll|llll|i?
Tin s spaco is tho property
of Tho Peden A Anderson
Hanking Company, Westmin
ster, S. C, li lu it wo oxpoct
to havo a fow things to say to
tho loaders of Trio Courier.
1 Our talk will bo mostly
about dollars and how to koop
thom mixod with a fow othor
tiling', that wo hopo will bo of
Interest to you. Ii And in tho
very beginning wo wish to
oxtend to all tho readoi-8 of
tIns good old papor a cordial
invitation to visit us at our
Banking House when In
Yours truly,
derail aub llcrsnnal.
- Buggies, harness, White Hickory
wagons. T. K. Alexander, Walhalla.
-Mrs. C. M. Hrennecke is on the sick
list with erysipelas, hut is improving.
-C. B. Parks, of Greenwood, is spend
ing several days in Walhalla with friends.
-United States Court will convene at
tireen ville next Monday morning, April
-J. G. Hughs, Esq., of Union, was in
Walhalla several ?lays last week on pro
fessional business.
-Jardiniere salo next Saturday.
C. G. Jaynes.
-Miss Maude Kay, of Helton, spent
Sunday in Walhalla with hor mother,
Mrs. J. T. ?iy.
-Wm. P. Anderson, of Westminster,
wa? in Walhalla for a short whilo last
Thursday on business.
-Mrs. C. II. Ellison and littlo son, of
Seneca, spent last Sunday in Walhalla
visiting Ker sister, Mrs. F. ll. Hr,indi.
-White Pino Cough Syrup with Tar.
Four ounco bottle '25o.
Walhalla Drug Co.
-Anderson Tigno and Miss Etta Tay
lor, of near Walhalla, woro married on
Saturday last by Hov. H. C. Grossman.
-G. W. Sadlor, of Charlotte, N. C., is
spending a fow weeks near Walhalla
visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. J. Sligh.
-Mrs. J. J. Ansel returned last Satur
day from Charleston and Scotia, S. C.,
whoro she has been visiting among rela
-We are receiving a largo and stylish
lino of spring hats and caps, which we
are selling very cheap; also white goods,
laces and embroideries. Come and get
our prices before you buy.
Met ice's Cash Store, Westminster.
-C. W. iv J, K. Bailknight's new ware
house, at the College street rail way orosSi
ing, is about completed and will soon bo
in uso.
-Lost-On the streets of Walhalla on
March 81, a brooch; inch and a half
long; made of bottoms of ear bobs; sol
dered in middle. Return to this omeo
and got reward.
-A great display cf lino millinery will
bo shown by Hunter, Dendy A Co., of
Seneca, to continue all week. No special
invitations will ho issued ns is their cus
tom, but everybody welcomed. Don't
miss it, Their lino is the finest ever
Is tho name of tho paint wo soil.
Every gallon is guaranteed to hold
gallon of 231 oubic inchos. lt will weigh
and utensil rr - onie of tho cheap paints olio
Wo give a certificate of purity with
Two gallons of our paint and ono ga
paint. Keduees tho cost. Soe?
Wo havo it for all purposes, for pain
mansion. It's pure paint, ovory atom of ii
-For tho above roasons wo cannot ma
have mado by handling othor brands, bul
money's worth, and keep our reputation f<
Of this weok, April 7 and 8? ?
make a good shewing, ?nd
itore on those days. .
rtmont is well loaded with
>oning seo our lino ol Dry
DU'S Oxfords.
-School hucks and school supplies.
Walhalla Drug Co.
-Mrs. A. II. Whitton nf Anderson,
spout sovornl days last week near Wal
halla at tho homo of hor paronts, Mr. mid
Mrs. Wm. Ku-hie.
-J. W. Reynolds was able to venturo
out last Friday, after a sovoro attack of
measles, from which ho had boen sutler
iug for a week or more.
-Who said T. M. Lowory had Ibo
finest lot of horses ever shown in tho
-Tho pastor of tho Walhalla circuit,
Hov. W. M. Harden, will preaeh at Luu
rcl Springs on next Sunday in tho
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
-A. Uno Deudy, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
paid his paronts, Capt. and Mrs. S. K.
Dendy, a Hying visit last Sunday. His
many friends boro aro always pleased to
BOO him.
-Snow is reported to havo fallon last
Thursday at many points throughout
Oconoe, Pickons, Anderson and Green
ville counties. The fall lasted ouly for a
few minutes.
-On Friday and Saturday I will Boll
my cut ire lino of mon's and boys' cloth
ing at cost. John F. Craig, Mauagor.
-Intarcsting sorvicos will bo hold in
tho Lutheran church next Sunday morn
ing. Music address by tho pastor and
reception of catechumens by confirma
tion. All welcome.
-W. T. Ballongor, of Westminster,
last Friday placed in Westview ceme
tery n tombstone at tho grave of Mrs.
J. H. Rennoy. Mr. Hallongor roprosents
tho Oconoo Marble and Granite Works,
of Westminster.
-Burt White, of Piedmont, spent seve
ral days Inst week with relatives in and
near Walhalla. Ile left Monday morn
ing for Griffin, (ia., where ho has accopted
a position with ono of tho large cotton
mills at that place.
-Jardiniere sale next Saturday.
C. O, J ay nos.
-Owing to the absence of Hov. R. L.
Hogers from Walhalla next Sunday Hov.
H. 0. Grossman will occupy the pulpit
of tho Presbyterian ohuroh at tho even
ing service. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to be present.
-Mrs. J. C. Keys left last Saturday
for Charlotte, N. G., where sho will join
her husband. She spout a week hore
visiting her father, Capt. Wm. I'orry,
and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Keys
will make their homo in Charlotte for
tho prosent.
-Capt. L. P. Smith, the veteran excur
sion manager, has arranged to rmi bis
usual excursions this summer. Tho first I
will bo run to Atlauta carly in May, and
lator on ho will run another to Charles
ton and probably ono to Asheville-An
derson Mail.
-Wo aro now adding some of tho lat
est styles to our already immonso stock
of two and four passongor pleasure
vehicles. If you will give us a chanco
wo will save you money.
T. M. Lowory, Sonoca, S. C.
-Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wost, of Atlanta,
arrivod in Walhalla last weok to yisit I
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Horndon. Mr. Wost
rei urned to Atlanta last wock, but Mrs.
West will remain hore somo time with
relatives and .'neilds. Her many friends
aro glad to moot her again. Sho is
pleasantly remembered as Miss Lillian
-The South Carolina Presbytery will
meet next Friday, April ll th, at Mount |
Carmel, Abbeville county. Kider W, L.
Vernor has been chosen as tho delegate
from Walhalla Presbyterian ohuroh, with
Kider J. W. lindeman as alternat e. Hov.
lt. L. Hogers will attend tho session, and
it is quite probable that Bider llolloman
will .it tend as repr?sent?t)ve. Mr. Vernor
having prior claims upon his timo.
-Androsooggln yard-wide bleaching,
for this week Sc. per yard.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight.
-Hov. Dr. S. L. Morris, of Atlanta,
will preach the dedication sermon at tho
Fair Play Presbyterian church on tho
fourth Sabbath in this month at ll
o'clock. Ho will also preach on Satur
day before at the samo hour. Tho dedi
catory sorvicos will bo both interesting
and instructive, and it is desired that
members of all denominations attend
and participate. All will bo cordially
a standard United States government
l'i i pounds to tho gallon. Just weigh
red and BOO how they can do it.
ovory gnllon.
Hon of linseed oil makes tluOO gallons of
ting anything from a wheelbarrow toa
ko as much money on our paint as we
I wo prefer to givo our patrons their
>r handling
-Jardiniere salo next Saturday.
C. G. Jayoes.
-Dr. Will Smith, of Anderson, is vis
iting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. V L.
Kant, iu M id-.vay. ,
-Capt. aud Mrs. J. H. Anderson, of
Andel son, anent last Friday anio ni; their
friends in Walhalla.
- lat tie Misses Allie and Kath, daugh
ters of Sheriff W. M. Kay, are suffering
with the measles.
-Riverside plaids, the best ohooks
made, flo. per yard.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight.
-Hugh P. Il ol le in an, of the Soothe! n
Railway, ie at home for a few days with
rotativos and friends.
-John F. Tatham, of Columbia, was
in Walhalla for a short while last wook
among relativos and friends.
-Mrs. C. Terhune returned last Thurs
day to her home at UackeuBaok, N. J.,
after a week among Walhalla friends.
-Lonsdale cambric, special for this
weok, 10c. per yard.
C. W. oh J. E. Bauknight.
-Carter Hardware Co. is headquarters
for stoves, hardware, buggy and wagoe
materials, pipe fittings, etc. See adver
-Tho Peden & Anderson Banking Co.,
of Westminster, have something to Bay
this w&ak to our readers. Head their
ad. and watoh their space during this
-M?B80B Emma Lay and Fannie Crisp
have been speuding sovoral days at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Russell, at
Russell's. They are expected to return
this ovening.
- Misses A. Emma Sitton, and Emma
C. Sitton, of Pendleton, woro guests of
Major aud Mrs. S. P. Dendy sovoral ?lays
last weok. They ret urned to thoir homo
Monday morning.
-Jardiniere salo next Saturday.
C. G. Jrtjuies.
-Miss Hessin Miekler, of Unger, S. C.,
is spending several weeks with thc family
of her unolO, S. N. Pitchford. Hor many
Walhalla friends aro glad to welcome hor
back to ber old home.
-Protracted sorvicos bogan in th?
Walhalla Methodist church on Mond;
night. Those meeting's will continuo
throughout tho wook nt night. Tho
public is cordially invited.
-Tho regular monthly communication
of Ri in Ridge Lodge No. 02 A. K. M.,
will bo bold on Friday night nt 8 o'clock.
Tho members of tho Craft aro urged to
bo prompt io their attendance.
-If you want a suit for dross, working
suit or pair of odd pants, soo mo Friday
and Saturday, April 14 and 15.
John F. Craig, Manager.
-Mrs. M. A. Dean and Dr. Wm. J.
Smith, of Andeison, are on an outing to
Walhalla and TaraasBoe. At the formor
plaoo thoy aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.
L. Fant; at the latter of Mrs.
Cornelia Jones.
-Work was begun yesterday morning
laying the hexagon block sidewalk on
tho south sido of Main strent. Tho bo
ginning shows up handsomely. C. II.
Mayhew has the contract aud will push
the work as rapidly as possible
-If you aro looking or harness horses
with plenty of Btylo aud speed, combina
tion horses, common souse business
horses and mates, nt reasonable prices,
visit my stables and you will Hud thom.
T. M. Lowory, Sonoca, S. C.
-Auson Morriok loft yesterday after
noon for Washington, D. C., whoro ho
will stand nu additional preparatory ex
amination for tho naval cadotship at An
napolis. Ho recent ly WOO tho cadetship
in tho examination held at Andorson.
- B. J. Pat ker died yesterday at his
homo on Millville Hill. Ho had been in
had health for moro than a yoar. Ho
leaves a family to mourn his death. Tho
remains were taken to Pino Mountain,
Ga., this morning. Tho interment will
take place thoro to-morrow. Mr. Parker
and family moved from Pino Mountain
to Walhalla several years ago.
-Tho Millville Methodist Sunday
school, of Walhalla, will colebrato Kastor
Sunday by a "Rally ivay" sorvico Sunday
night at s o'clock at tho church, by
recitations, singing, etc., by tho children
and an address bv the pastor, Rov. W.
M. Harden. W. E. Aloxnndor, tho sn
pei in i enden t, extends a cordial invitation
to overybody to bo present and enjoy tho
-T. M. Lowery bas been loading the
mule market this season and certainly
deserves the "medal" on his spring open
ing shipment (just arrived) of thorough
bred, pedigreed Kentucky horses and
mares. Now on exhibition at his sab
-Capt. W. A. Strother left this morn
ing for Columbia, whore ho goos to at
tend a meet mg of tho independent cot
ton seod oil meu of tho state. One ol
tho questions to bo considered by tin
gentlemen composing this meeting is tin
organizing and establishing of a refinery
in *be Stato. Capt. Strother, boforo ho re
turns home, will visit bis relativos it
Edgctiold and Saluda counties.
-Wm. H. Toy, of Horso Cove, N. C.
loft at our oflico last Saturday an Iris!
potato weighing ono r ound and a half, o:
tho Hill bank variety Ile planted a bar
roi on one-third of an aero last yoar am
raised sixty busbe'.s. Ho comes to Wal
balla occasionally and sells tine potatoei
as well as line horses. We know, for w<
bavo bought both from him. Ho gives ;
square deal all-a-round. Try him and see
-I am going to closo out my ontin
lino of overalls and odd ?.ants at cost ot
Friday and Saturday, April 14 and 15.
John F. Craig, Manager.
-Last Sunday morning, at 10 o'clock
at tho homo of tho bride's parents, Mr
and Mrs. R. H. lulworth, nonr Coane
ross, Alfrod N. Prichard and Miss Anni?
Dil worth wero married, Rov. J, H. Ayers
of Georgia, performing thu coromony
Tho groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W
S. Prichard, of Tokoena. Tho yum
COliplu have the best Wishes of m.m\
friends throughout tho county. Bot!
tho brido and groom have, for Bovera
years, boon teachers in the public schooh
of Ooonoe.
-Last Sunday morning lightning
played a cm ions prank on tho farra o
F. II. Barnott at Oak Grove. It struck i
largo troe near the house, jumping fron
ono to another until five had boon struol
and two bu rated completely opon. Tb<
lightning then played about tho res!
denco, toro off a section of Mr. Barnett')
chicken house, finally losing its forco it
the ground by it tearing up about thirtj
yards of earth. The track left is de
Bcribod as very much the same as i
locomotivo would make whon dorador
and running on the ground.
A Daredevil Ride
often ends in a sad accident. To hea
accidental injuries, usc Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve. "A doon wound in my foot
from an accident," writes Thoodon
Schneie, of Columbus, Ohio, "caused mi
great pain. Physicians were helpless
but Bucklon's Arnica Salvo quickl]
healed it." Soothos and heals burnt
like magic. 25c. at all druggists.
Seoooa, April ll.-Tho ladies all wear
a broad smile now. The park haB beou
recoiviug a generous share of tho atten
tion of the iew council the past weok.
Wo ba* n't beard anything about a
spitting ordinance, however. If it were
not that thc council supplie? spittoons nt
convenient distances along tho sidewalk,
wo would bo lu a sad fix. Hut the said
spit toons, being stationary, there will
naturally come a day when they will re
fuse to do duty as such.
There will be no services at the Pres
byterian church next Sabbath, the pas
tor hoing absent at Presbytery. The
church is represented by Dr. E. A. Hines,
with J. W. Todd as alternate.
On Thursday eveniug next, after
prayer meeting, at tho Presbyterian
church, the Mon's Missionary Sooiety
will bo organised, if the way be olear.
J. F. Hinkle, who has served faithfully
iu the rapacity of town marshal for ton
years, has resigned, and is succeeded by
J. F. Gignilliat Thomas Grant was
eluded night watchman.
On last Tuesday, the 4th instant, the
Oconee Medioal Association met in
Soneca.^The meetiug was held in tho
parlors of tho Palmetto House, and was
a full one.
The millinery opening of the R.
Phillips-C'oobran Co. last Friday and
Saturday was a most attractive ono, aud
drew a largo number of feminine shop
pcrs from this and adjoining towns.
Hunter, Dendy ?fe Co. likewise displayed
au olegant line| of ?millinery, and there
was a rush in this lino of business that
is unprecedented.
Spring oleaniug, that dreadod ordeal to
house - keepers, is on hand, and it has
boon truly said that man, in escaping
this boto noire alono bas enough to
make him truly thankful that ho is not
born a house keeper.
Tc 'ho house-keepers who aro strug
gling with tho effort to make their
Saratoga potatoes crisp and delicately
brown, at this season, when tho old crop
of potatoes stubbornly resists their
efforts, we suggest the uso of boiling
water poured over thom after they are
sliced, which extracts the starch, and
then proceeding aa usual with cold water
and salt. Tho result will bo most satis
Tho uso of tho bill of faro was recontly
introduced at tho Palmetto House,
which has proved highly satisfactory in
ovory particular.
Mrs. Noll Gignilliat Trimmier is visit
ing at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mra. J. F. Gignilliat.
Mrs. D. C. Rogers, of Solma, Ala,, will
arrive in Seneca to-day for a few days'
visit to her sister, Mrs. L. J. Colburn, at
the Palmetto House.
Mrs. John Livingston, of Cordele, Ga.,
and Mrs. D. P. Thompaon, of Gaffney,
S. C., aro viaitors at tho home of Mrs,
C. K. Livingston.
Miss Mattie Hull, of Westminster,
spent last Sabbath with tho family ol
Rev. C. Wardlaw.
Rev. J, R. Mooro, of Westminster, if
in Seneca t o -dav.
Miss Sallie Sholor, tho accomplished
daughtor of Hon. J. W. Sholor, spent
last Saturday aud Sunday with relatives
Miss Willio Cherry leave* on tho 14tit
for Hii?mingham, Ala., whero sho will
attend commencement of bor alma matoi
and nlso tako a post-graduate course ir
thu school of expresi?n of that institu
Miss Anna Hunter, of Townvillo, win
bas beon visiting tho family of W. S
Hunter, returned to her homo last Sat
It is said that a wedding, in which om
of Seneca's young mon is to figure con
apicuously, will occur in a fow days
However, "mum's the word."
The Palmetto Houso is receiving th
last coat of paint, and when blinds ar
added will be ono of thc most com fort a
bio hotels in tho up-country.
T. M. Lowery ?B handling a lot of ver
handsome Kentucky horses.
Remembor tho ico cream and st raw
berry festival next Friday aftornoor
Tho Methodist ladies will bo in charg
and tlie affair will bo held in tho mn
atoro room adjoining the Citizens' Bank
Mra. E. M. Brooke ia with Mra. Gee
Benodict, whoso friends will bo please
to know that she is in Seneca again.
Tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. II. .]
Gignilliat regret to know that they ar
both confined to their rooms by ?lines:
They hopo to seo them quite themselve
again soon.
Major J. J. Lewis, of ricketts, is visit
ing his daughtor, Mrs. W. S. Hunter.
Wo presume that George has taken i
rear seat, the all-absorbing question nov
hoing, "Have you Baw the now bridge?'
Lorenzo Smith, of Washington, Ga.
has accepted a position with R. Ander
A tout meeting, with colored porform
ors, is attracting the attention of ou
colored population at present.
Tho "Flying .Jenny" has uot drawn tin
usual crowd hero, we aupposo, on ac
count of |ita remote location.
A fow Seneca peoplo took in tho bal
gamo at Clemson last Saturday.
Tho mooting of the Once-a-Woek Club
on last Thursday afternoon, at tho hom
of Mrs. S. K. Dendy, was a charroini
ono. Apropos of tho fact that the clul
has studied Gorman literature this pas
year, tho aftornoon was devoted to i
'diuly of |( ici man composers of music
with a [brilliant program of olassioa
music. It is au unusual thing to find m
many accomplished musicians in a smal
place as assisted tho hostess on this occs
?ion, tho selections, as will be seen, bein
Ti om old masters, were faultlessly ret
tiered. Tho parlor showed a touch ?
the olub colora here and the ie, the same
b ting used in the use of liuj bouquets of
Violets, tied with the club colors, whioh
were distributed amoug the guests as
the delicious refreshments wore served.
The hostess is rarely giftod in nrranging
aud executing such affairs, aud this de
lightful occasiou proved no exception,
Following is tho program provided by
Mt?. Doudy:
Piano solo, Freisch?tz (VonWobcr)
Mrs. Dendy.
Duct, Il Trovatoro-Mrs. Babes and
Mrs. Dendy.
Piauo Bolo, La Galante-Rondo-Hum
mel-Miss Eloise Hamilton.
Vocal duet, Homo to Our Mountains
Mrs. Dendy and Mrs. Stribliug.
Piano solo, Sonata iu D Major (Hay
den)-Mrs. Babes.
Piuuo solo, Shubert's Serenade-Mrs.
Song, The Foolish Little Maiden-Miss
Ethel Kirkpatrick. M. v. s.
No Gloss Carriage Paint Mado
will wear as long as Devoo's. No otbors
are as heavy bodied, because Devoe's
welshs 3 to 8 ounces more to tho pint.
Sold by J. W. Bell.
News Around Flat Shoals.
Walhalla, H. F. D. No. 2, April 10.
We have had somo cold weather for a
few days with *ain.
The two small ohildron of Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Cowan have been quite sick
with grip.
Mrs. R. H. Cowan is in feeble health
at this writing.
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Gro
nau, rooontly, a girl.
Mrs. Ii. C. Wilsou is some hotter.
J. J. D. Cowan has two children siok
with grip.
J. B. Sattci field has five children Bick
with grip.
There is Bu
And that is the
Pure Drugs and t
thing in the DRI
"will save you n
Patent Medicine
Jewelry, Watc]
and Hawks' G-lai
j& j& G E T THE
Aro now showing a comploto 1
Co.'s Shoos for Ladies and Childror
Fino Turned Kid Shoes and Sli
in style and beauty.
For $1.50 wo can show you n d
sold ofton for $2.
Soo our line of Godman's Whit
They aro solid leaf her and will wea
to 2 @ 85o. ; 3 to 8 (a) $1.25.
?oxt wook, commencing on
usual display of Fino Millinery, anc
visit our store, for it is specially fi
linc wc ovor had and want you to si
Our now goods at new prices. Big lin
Embroidery and Lace at lc. to 25o. p
Goods, suitable for waists, skirts and
Come and See 1
Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Shi
Sido Harrows, Plow Stocks, and Grain
If you owe us an accoun
paid in 1904, bring us
our proposition.
We appreciate your tra
Come ai
jr. w. HY]
We Trust
If you are suffering from
impure blood, thin blood, de
bility, nervousness, exhaus
tion, you should begin at once
with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the
Sarsaparilla you have known
all your life. Your doctor
knows it,too. Ask him aboutit.
Toa matt look well after the condition of
your liver and bowels. Unless there U dally
action of the bowels, poisonous products aro
absorbed, causing headache, biliousness, nan*
sea, dyspepsia, and thus preventing the BAT*
.aparina from doing Its best work. Ayer?
Pill* are liver pille. Act gontly. all vegetable.
The dose is only one pill ?t bedtime.
? by J. O. Ayer Oe., Lowell, Mae?.
Also manufacturers of
A Card of Thanks.
Tho pupils of tho Boar Swamp school
desire, through tho columns of The Cou
rier, to tender their sincorost thanks to
their esteemed toaohor, Miss Mary ?.
Ansel, who for the past five months has
worked so patiently and faithfully with
thom. They aro dooply grateful to her
for her untiring efforts in their behalf
and wish for her a delightful vacation.
t One Good
habit of buying
They carry only
he best of every
JG- LINE. They
Loney on Drags,
s,Toilet Articles,
?es, Silverware
H A B I T . ?er JS>
5TER, S. C.
3NDY *fc U0.9
ino of the celebrated Irving Drew
ippors for #2 that are unmatchable
ainty Slipper and Oxford that is
te Oxfords for ladies and children,
r. 5 to 8 @ 05c. ; t) to 12 (?) 75c. ; IS
Monday, 10th, wo will have our
I wo want overy lady in Oconoe to
no this year. Wo have the best
90 it.
9 M
* 3? c.
o White liomin at 5o. to 25c. per yard,
.or yard. Black, White and Colored
full dresses, at 6o. to $1.00 per yard.
iVhat We Have.
DOS, Hats, Crockery, Cotton Planters,
Cradles always oomploto.
t that should have been
White Cotton and get
nd See.
KI* ?ft ?0.

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