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Oconee County and tho Dispensary.
OooDee is the latest county to vote
out the dispensary and the majority
of those voting was perhaps greater
than thal in any other county yet !
voting. Following the usual pro
cedure constables will likely be with
drawn from the county, and follow
ing the procedure further they will
soon be sent back again.-Columbia
Keoord.
The records of the United States |
Court show that fifteen ?pf Oeonee
county's citizens were oonvioted of
violations of the revenue laws dur
ing the past term. It seem that the
*siness was popular there in spile
I the State dispensary, and now J
that the latter bas been voted out,!
it will hardly be fair to snatch up,
the next man caught with a jug and ;
start the cry that Oconee is breaking
faith with the spirit of prohibition.- 1
Greenville News.
Rev. Columbus Wardlaw, of Se
neca, says the Anderson Mail of
October 26tb, was in the city to-day.
Mr. Wardlaw led the anti-dispensary
fight in Oconee county, and natu
rally he was feeling jubilant over
the result of tho election. "Wo aro
going to try to have real prohibition
in Oconee," he said. "We have
stopped the lege', salo of it. There
is a strong public sentiment against
the sale of whiskey-stronger than
one might think-and it is going to
tell. I regard the voting out of tho
dispensary as just the beginning of
f the fight against whiskey, but with a
strong public sentiment behind us I
think we will have no trouble in sup
pressing the sale of whiskey in our
county almoBt if not entirely. Any
way, we are in the fight, and if the
blind tigers start up in Oconee you
are going to see something that will
be worth watching."
yi -.PISCES CURE FOR
CONSUMPTION
Hughes Was Insane.
Edgefiold, Octohor 24.-Tho caso of
Ashil I against the estato of li. B. Hughes,
tho only caso of tho kind ever litigated
in the state, terminated Saturday in a
verdict for tho plaintiff in the sum of
$05U. The maiu questions in the action
wero whether or not Mr. Hughes, in a
fit of insanity, exterminated his family,
set tire to the house and then commit ted
suicide. Tho verdict of the jury answers
t liest) questions affirmatively.
The public will recall tho fearful
tragedy enacted at Trenton about a year
ago. Mr. Hughes and family occupied
tho house as tenants of Asbill, to whom
the property belougod.
The suit was to recovor the value of
the residence, it being alleged that Mr.
Hughes destroyed the samo by wilfully
setting fire thereto.
It was contended by plaintiffs that the
taking of his and his family's lives was
superinduced by financial troubles. A
witness testified that at 1) o'clock of the
day of the tragedy Mr. Hughes said to
him: "I am'financially very much troub
led, and the easiest way to got out o
-iiiu h things is to take a pistol and shoot i
^it of it."
' Some fifteen of the deceased's friends
testified that he was in good financial
condition, and gave no evidence of being
gloomy and despondent .
The conditions surrounding tho bodies
tho morning after tho fire wore minute'y
described, and they pointed unerringly
to Jio fact of Mr. Hughes hoing the au
thor of the horrible affair.
Fought In Roosevelt's Presence.
Ct
Birmingham, Ala., October 20.
?ecretary Loeb and Secret Service
gent E. B. McAdams, of tho local
force, engaged in a personal difficulty
yesterday afternoon in the presence
of President Roosevelt. Tho Presi
dent had just gotten into his carriage
to enter the parade, and Secretary
Loeb was about to got in with bim
when McAdams, not knowing him,
jerked him aside. Mr. Loeb deliv
ered a blow to McAdams, ami Mc
Adams replied in kimi with an addi
tional kick, when friends jumped
between thom and explanations wore
made.
Victim of a Stray Bullet.
Savannah, Ga., October 28.-E. A.
Moore, a streetcar conductor, this
afternoon in an altercation with a
passenger, drew a heavy revolvor
and fired three shots. The first shot
went wild, the second struck and
killed Mrs. P. F. Wheeler and tho j
third wont through thc thigh of R.
Seckinger, tho passenger involved in
tho altercation. Mrs. Wheeler was
sitting on her front steps. The bul
let severed her jugular vein. Mrs.
Jane E. Fairchilds jumped from the
car, as did tho other passengers,
when tho shooting bogan. Mrs.
Fairchilds sustained a broken shoul
der from her fall. Moore was ar
rested. It is alleged bo was drink
ing.
Killed In a Crowd at Station.
[The State, Ootober 27th.]
James Trotter, a young unmarried
farmer of the Leesville section, was
shot through the heart at the ('mon
station at 4.45 o'clock yesterday
afternoon by Wilmer Mitchell, about
the same age and also of Leesville,
the two being fast friends. Dr.
Smith, of Wards, who happened to
be present at the time ot the tragedy,
pronounced life extinct iu the
wounded man iu less than ten min
utes, death resulting from au internal
hemorrhage. Thu weapon used was
a 38-callibre, the bullet entering
straight from the front. Trotter
had been drinking, but thu arresting
oili cc rn say Mitchell was perfectly
sober. He gave as an excuse for
the shooting thal Trotter continued
lo slap his laue, after hu had several
times warned him to quit and after
walking away from him. Eye wit
nesses say the two men appeared to
be jesting, Trotter striking at Mitch
ell in play, as the two were wailing
for a train hume. A woman rela
tive was the first to Trotter's side.
Mitchell gave himself up promptly
to a plain clothes man, and was car
ried to jail in the hurry-up wagon.
He appeared to be not thu least dis
concerted. His family is about tho
most prominent and influential in
Leesville. He is the sou of Crowell
Mitchell, of that place. Trotter was
unarmed. Holli bear good reputa
tions.
The killing occurred in tho pres
ence of a large number of people,
the station being crowded inside, on
the verandas, in front and under the
sheds downstairs. The shot was
fired on the veranda overlooking the
sheds immediately iu front of the
colored waiting room. Herhaps two
thousand people were at the station
waiting for tjpeoial or regular trains
home.
Young Trotter was a cousin of
Alderman D. I. Trotter, of this city.
No Case ot Pneumonia on Record.
We clo not know of a single instance
whore a cough or cold resulted in pneu
monia or consumption whoo Foley's
Honey and Tar bad been taken. It euros
coughs and colds perfectly, so do no t
tako chances witli some unknown prepa
ration which may contain opiatos, wh ich
causo constipation, a ooudittou that re
tards recovery from a cold. Ask for
Foloy's Honey and Tar and refuse any
substitute ofTerod. J. W. Hell.
Opposed to Race Suicide.
Owosso, Mich., October 20.
Strenuous opponents of race suicide
aro Mr. and Mrs. Heise, whose twen
tieth child was born Tuesday. All
the score of youngsters, from Frede
rick, Jr, who is 21 and the oldest,
down to the last little girl, who has
just opened her eyes on the world,
are healthy and happy. Heise has
the contract of coaling Grand Trunk
engines here.
Consumption
?J There is no specific for
consumption. Fresh air, ex
ercise, nourishing food and
Scott's Emulsion will come
pretty near curing it, if there
is anything to build on. Mil
lions of people throughout the
world are living and in good
health on one lung.
<][ From time immemorial the
doctors prescribed cod liver
oil for consumption. Of
course the patient could not
take it in its old form, hence
it did very little good. They
can take
SCOTT'S
EMULSION
and tolerate it for a long
time. There is no oil, not
excepting butter, so easily
digested and absorbed by the
system as cod liver oil in the
form of Scott's Emulsion,
and that is the reason it is so
helpful in consumption where
its use must be continuous.
?| We will send you a
sample free.
CJ Be sure tint thia
picture in (lie form of
a I .itu-! is on the wrap
per of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
Scott & Bowne
Chemists
409 Pearl Street
New York
joe. and all druggist!
Percy Pybus Gets Fin? of $350.
[Atlanta News, Ootobor 25.]
Percy W. Pybus, the automobilist
who waa driving the machine that
struck and killed little Branch Lewie,
Jr., several weeks ago, this morning
pleaded guilty, under a consent ver
dict arranged between the Superior
Court jury and Solioitor Hill, to in
voluntary manslaughter in the oom*
mission of a lawful aot without due
caution and circumspection, and was
sentenced to serve twelve months on
the chain gang or pay a fine of $350.
The fine was paid. After hearing
short arguments by Attorneys James
L. Key and Reuben Arnold, for the
defense, Judge Roan said :
"Every person and vehicle or
means of conveyance nae the privi
leges of the streets, and every per
son must look out for the safety and
rights of others. Law, like other
sciences, is progressive. The old
laws and old lawyers did not have to
consider things that we now have to
adjust. The young man has pleaded
guilty to a misdemeanor and I will
have to fine him in accordance."
Branch Lewis, whose son was
killed, made the following statement
to the court before Pybus was fined :
"I do not think the killing of my
son was intentional on the part of
young Pybus, but I do think it was
recklessness. What hurts me is
that he ran 95 feet after my child
was struck, when testimony of ex
pert automobile drivers say that a
machine can be stopped within
25 feet from where the brakes are
applied. . Then he did not stop to see
if my boy was hurt, but went on to
oarry his girl to ride."
Burton Smith, attorney for the
prosecution, stated to the Court that
Mr. Lewis had been approaohed by a
large number of neighbors who had
urged punishment as a lesson to
reckless driving. Ile insisted on se
vere punishment. ?
Attorneys Key and Arnold argued
to the court that Pybus greatly re
gretted the killing of the Lewis
child and that he had not had a day
of happiness since the fearful acci
dent.
Pybus was asked if he oared to
make a statement before sentence
was imposed. Ile said :
"I certainly regret that the acci
dent occurred. I never intended
killing anyone. This was the first
accident that I have ever caused."
Percy Pybus was accompanied in
Court room by his father and several
friends. As he made his statement
his eyes moistened and careworn
lines in his face showed clearly that
he has been suffering intensely under
a mental strain.
Recorder Broyles had previously
fined Pybus $100.75 for violating the
' city automobile ordinance in that he
exceeded the speed limit. He was
then bound over to the State Cot i
on the charge of involuntary man
slaughter in the commission of an
unlawful act. Later tho grand jury
indicted him on the charge for which
he was bound over from the re
corder's court.
Lynching in North Carolina.
Raleigh, N. C., October 17.-A well
known citizen of Snow Hill, Greono
county, N. C., arrived in Haleigh to
night, and brought the first news of tho
lynching of a negro in that county last
Saturday night, for attempted rapo on a
Miss Williams, sister of tho late Isaac
Williams, of Hull Hoad township. Tho
nogro worked on tho Williams farm and,
rinding Miss Williams alone, assaulted
hor. Her cries woro hoard by another
negro farm hand, who gavo tho alarm,
whereupon the assailant tied. Tins was
Friday night. Tho next day tho nogro
was capturod and identified by his vic
tim. Magistrate Crocker gave him a
preliminary hearing and ordered him to
jail. While Constable Papo was taking
lum to jail at Snow Hill, ho was over
taken hy a mob. Tito mob took tho
negro into Nahnnta Swamp. Soon two
shots woro heard and the negro was no
doubt killed, but Iiis body has not yet
been found. It is believed tho body wns
sunk in tho swamp and securely covered.
Miss William's family is highly respect
able and well known.
Cheap Excursion Rates to Charleston.
On account of Charleston's Annual
Gala Week and Coast Fair Association
November (i ll, 1006, tho Southern Rail
way will soil tiokots from all points
within tho State of South Carolina, in
cluding Augusta, Ga., at tho rato of one
iii si class faro plus 25 couts for tho round
trip. TickotB on salo November 4 to 10,
inclusivo, and for trnins arriving in
Charleston before noon November ll,
with final limit November 18. 1003.
Tho Southern Railway will pr?vido oxtra
coaches on all trains into Charleston No
vember 5 to 12, inclusivo, and all who
wish to tako advantngo of tho exceed
ingly low ratos oan do so and fool as
sured that plenty of room will be *
vided. F"or additional information
on ticket agents, or address R. W. Hm
I). P. A., Charleston.
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Chronic Constipation.
Pleasant to take
Cheap Excursion Ratas via Southern Railway.
Ou account Piedmuut Fair, Greenville,
8. CM the Southern Railway will nell ex
cursion tickets to Greenville, 8. C., and
return, from Charlotte, N. C., Ches
ter Columbia, Augusta, Elberton, Gaines
ville, Asheville, Forent City and iuter
raediate point? at rate of one uVst-olass
fare plus 25 cents for the r< ind trip.
Tickets to be sold October 80 iii, Novem
ber 1st, and for morning trains Novem
ber 2d, final limit November 3d, 1005.
For additional information, apply to
any ticket agent, or
R W HUNT, D. P. A.,
Charleston, 8. C.
i Farm Land ?
? for Sale.
If it is n Farm you want, why
not como and look over tay list
and soe what I have to offer?
Thousands of investors are
making monoy every day on
Heal Est?t? - why not you?
Farm Lands are advancing BO
rapidly that it takes but a oas
ual glance backward a few years
for a business mau to see the
advisability of placing his cash
in good Land Titles. I have
here some choice selections of
both-The Home-Seeker and
The Investor-to offer on rea
sonable terms.
J.H. Darby,
Real Estate Broker.
Office : People's Bank.
BOOKS OF REGISTRATION for the
thu regular citv election, to ho held
on January 15th, 1006, for Mayor and six
Aldermen, aro now open at "The People's
Hank," and will close on Saturday, Janu
ary tl, 1000. You must have your County
Certificate and Tax Receipt, also nn.st
havo boon a resident of tne State two
years. County one year aud Town four
months f,o entitle you io register.
GEORGE SEABORN,
Supervisor.
October ll, 1005. 41-tf
fl GOOD FARM FOR SALE.
AGOOD FARM FOR SALE, ono and
a fourth miles from Walhalla Court
House, known as tho residence property
of the late Col. II. W. Kuhtmann, do
ceased. Contains 131 f acres. Embraces
upland chiotly, and some creek or branch
bottom. Suitable for crops of cotton,
corn and small grain. Well adapted for
trucking. It is well wooded aud watered.
A 7-room dwelliug, with good outbuild
ings.
Terms reasonable.
S. P. DENDY, Attorney,
Walhalla, 8. C.
April 10, 1005. 38-40
MASTER'S SALES.
State of South Carolina, 1
County of Ooonee. J
In Court of Common Pleas.
James W. Brown and others, Plaintiffs,
against
Rush R. Brown and others, Defendants.
COMPLAINT POR PAUTITION, RKMRF, &G.
BY virtue of a deorotal <rder made by
Hon. Ernest Gary, Judgo Presiding
in tho Eighth Judicial Circuit, on the
80th day of January, 1M05. at bis Chamb
ers, in Greenville, S. C., I will sell, to tho
highest bidder, nt publio anet inn, before
the Court House Door, in Walhalla, S. C.,
on salosday, Monday, November Otb,
1005, between tho legal hours of sale, the
real estate of tho lato Mrs. Mahala A.
Brown, deceased, as follows:
Tract No. 1-Known as tho North
western part of tho Rowland Cobb
trnct situate in Oconoo county, South
Carolina, adjoining lands of J. A. Cook.
Charles Leiithers, T. II. Hobson and
others, containing one hundred nnd
twenty-seven (127) acres, moro or loss,
being part of the real catato formorly
belonging to tho late George Percival.
ALSO,
Tract No. 2-Known as tho remainder
of the Howland Cobb tract, hoing part
of the real estate of tho said Goorgo
Percival, deceased, situate in Oconoo
county, South Carolina, adjoining Tract
No. 1, above described ami others, con
taining ono hundred and thirty-throo
(133) acres, more or lesa.
These lands aro moro fully described
in the deed of Richard Lewis, Mastor,
to Robt. S. Percival, 0th of February A.
I)., 1888. Soo Hook "M," Pages 220, 230,
231 and 233, Mcsno Conveyance, Oconce
county, 'South Carolina.
TERMS OF SALE : One half cash on
day of sale, tho balance on a credit of
twelve months, interest from day of salo,
securod by bond of tho purchaser and
mortgago of tho premises, with leave to
anticipate payment, and power to tho
Mastor to ro-sell at tho risk of former
bidder iu case of failure to comply.
Purchaser to pay extra for tho papers.
To be sold in soparato tracts.
W. O. WHITE,
Mastor Oconee County, S. C.
Octobor ll, 1005. 41-44
?
I
To Cn
Take Laxative Bl*01
Seven Million boxes sold tn past 12 i
ORINO
,axative Fruit Syrtj
For Sale by J. W. Bell.
Contract f?r Steward.
THE Board nf Count v Commissioners
will let, on Friday, November 8d, at1
2 p. m., at their oftioe, at the Court
House, Walhalla, 8. C., the ooutraot for
Stoward of poor farra for year 1900. The
Steward will be required tu obey all
ordere of the Board regarding work at
the pour farm aud receive and work euch
convicts as Beut to the farm by the Board.
All applicants are required to give num
ber in family sud ages. None but sealed
bids will be received, which must be flied
not later than nunn of November 3, 1905.
Board reserves tbe right to reject any
and all bids. L H. V. HOBSON,
Supervisor.
October 25, 1005 4:1 44
NOTICE TO DKUTORS AND CREDI
TORS.-Ail persons indebted tb the
estate of L. A. B. Moss, deceased, aro
boreby notified to make paymeut to the
undersigned, and all persons having
(daims against said estate will present
the samo, duly attested, withiu the time
prescribed by law, or be barred.
KATE MOSS,
Qualified Administratrix of the Estate
of H. A. B. MOBS, deceased.
October 18, 1906. 42-40
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDI
TORS.-All persons indebted to the
estate of S. A. Marett, deceased,
are hereby notified to make payment to
tho undersigned, and all persons having
claims arabist said estate will present
the same, duly attested, within the time
prescribed by law, or bo barred.
R. II. MARETT,
A. P. HUNT.
Qualified Executors of the last Will and
Testament of S. A. Marett, deceased.
Ootober ll, 1905. 41-44
Summons for Re ief.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. I
COUNTY OK OCONKR. j*
In the Court of Common Pleas.
John Wesley Mason, Plaintiff,
against *
Mrs. C. Anna Hall, formerly Mrs. C. Anna
Elrod, Defendant.
Swmnons/or Iteliqf-Complaint not Served
To the Defeudant abovo named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to auswor the complaint in this
action, which will bo tiled in tho office of
the clerk of the Court of Common ricas
for the said county, withiu twenty days
and to serve a copy of your answer to tho
said complaint on tho subscriber nt his
office, on the Public Square, at Walhalla
Court House, South Carolina, within 20
days after tho sorvico hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; aud if you
fail to answer the complaint within tho
time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action
will apply to tho Court for the relief
demanded in tho complaint.
Dated October (1th, A. I). 11)05.
?C. R. D. BURNS, C. C. P. ISoal.]
R. T. JAY NES,
Plaintiff's Attornoy.
October ll, 1905. 41-40
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE OFFERED.
AS ATTORNEY FOR THE OWNERS
the undersigned offers at private
salo THREE TRACTS OF LAND on
Snow Creek, Oconee County, South Ca
rolina, recently belonging to the estate
of John B. Situ,II, deoeasod, as follows:
Tract No. 7-112 acres.
Tract No 8-119 acres.
Tract No. 9-142 acres.
In separate tracts, or as 873 acres all
together, in one tract.
PRICE: td0.U0 per acre, cash; or one
half cash, balance in twelve months,
with interest, secured by mortgago on
the land.
AB there are some minors, the title to
this property will havo to be made
through court, at the cost nf tho owners.
S. P. DENDY, Attorney.
August 9, 1905. 32 45
?
THE "BOSS" COTTON PRESS!
SIMPLEST, STH0S0EST, BEST
TMS Munn AY GINNING SYSTSM
Gins, Feeder?, Coade*-ct, tts. ^
GIBBU MACHINERY CO.
Colombia, ?V. C.
COOK STOVES,
RANGES,
H EATING STOV E S
FULL LINE OF TINWARE,
BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES,
ROOFING, EAVE TROUGH AND
ALL KINDS OP TIN AND SHEET
IRON WORK MADE TO ORDER.
Typewriters, Sewing Machinen, Guns.
Revolvers and Bicycles cleaned and
repaired.
All work done on short notice and
guaranteed.
13. LOOK.
ire a Cold in On
HO Quinine Tablets.
months. This signature,^
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
^ pimples and blotches?
Y It is guaranteed
WM. J. STRIBLINO. R iE. h. HKRNDON.
STBIBLINfT
Attorneys-At-Law,
WALHALLA, S. 0.
I'BOM PT ATTRKTION GlVKN TO A.i.l. BUSX*
NKRH ENTRUSTED TO THRU.
January 6. 1898.
J. P. Caray,
Ptokena, S. C.
J. WI Shelor.
Walhalla, S.C.
CAREY & SHELOR,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
Walhalla, S. 0.
Will practice tu the State and United
States Courts.
Business entrusted to our care will re
ceive prompt and careful attention.
1L~T77AYNES,
Attorney-at-Law, I
WALHALLA, - - S. C.
Be 1 Phone No. 20.
Practice iu Stato and Federal Courts.
Business ont rusted io my care re?oives
prompt attention. 1-05
-Dentist
Office two doors above the Hank, in
Carter's Pharmacy.
Westminster, S. C.
Dr. G. C. Probst,
DENTIST,
Walhalla, S. C.
Office Over C. W. Pitchford Co.'s
; : : Store, : : :
HOURS : 8.30 A. M. TO 1 p. H. AND 2 TO 8
p. M.
DR. J. H. BURGESS,
Dentist,
SENECA, 3. C.
OKKICK OVKII NIMMONS' STOHK, DOYI.R
BUILDING.
Office Hours: 0 A. M. to 1 p. M.
" " 2 p. M. to 0 P. M.
April 20, HMM. 10-tf
Or. W. F. Austin,
DENTIST,
SENECA, - - - - - S. C.
Office Over J. W, Byrd A Co.
I AM NOW IN MY OFFICE EVERY
DA Y.
PHONE NO. 51.
BLUE MDGEJAILWAY ?).
IIETWEEN HKLTON AND WALHALLA.
Time Tablo No. 9.-In Effect May 28, 1906.
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. King stations.
Will also si np at the following stations to take
on and let off passengers: Phinney's, James's and
Sandy Springs and Toxaway.
Nos. ll ann 12. first Class passenger,daily; Nos.
9 and 10, daily except Sunday; Nos. 6 ami 6,
Sunday only; Nos. 4 and 7, second class, mixed,
?lally oxcent Sunday; Nos. 3 and 8, second class,
mixed, dally.
A. H. ANDREWS, Prosldent.
J. R. ANDKItSON. Superiutondent.
II SOUTHERN lim.
THE SOUTH'S (iREATEST SYSTEM.
Unoxcelled Dining Car Sorvioo.
Through Pullman Sleoping Cars on all
Through Trains.
Convonient Schedules on all Local Trains.
For full information ns to rates, routes,
etc.. consult nearest Soutborn Kailway
Ticket Agent, or
R. W. HUNT,
Division Passenger Agont,
Charleston, S. C.
ie Day
Cures Grip
ia Two Dayfi?
oia every
box. 25c,

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