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SATU On Saturday, < have on sale the 1 Churns, Jars, Jugs, Chic Slop Jars, Howls and Pitcher Toilet Sots, Galvanized Tubs ai Children's Underwear, Dolls ar You will And vt equal to any this 1 fered. We extend invitation to visit t Yours C. G. J i WE SOLICIT YO UK BUSINESS. PEDEN I boeill aub personal. -Buggies, harness, White Hickory wagons, T. E. Alexander, Walhalla. - Head tho now ad. of tho Carter Hard ware Co. - Mrs. .lames Phinuoy, of West Union, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J, C. Lat i mer, of Henea Path, S. C. - Dan .Sully says cotton is going to hiing twelve cents. Mr. Sully may he right about it. Wo hope so. - Lost-October 22, a white and black heifer calf. Finder will be rewarded if re-, turned to .1. .1. Davis, Seneca, Konto I. - In the game of football at the State fair grounds in Columbia < n last Wednes day Clemson defeated the University of Alabama by 25 to nothing. -Harness,saddles, whips and laprobes at Carter Hardware Company, Walhalla. Leaders in low pri?es. -The Charleston gala week will begin the lilli of November. The railroads will sell tickets ut the rat?? of one faro for tim round trip, plus 25 cents. The Bohool at. Bachelor's Rotrent will open Monday, Novcmbci Otb, with Miss Emily Compton as teacher. Parents will please come and lu lng their children. -Prayer meeting at th?-Walhalla Me thodist ch tl rel) this week only on Thurs ?lay evening at 7.:'.?i o'clock, irstoad of Wednesday evening. - An all steel hay press at a low juice, that will pack commercial hales, is th?! latest thing ai thu Seneca llaidwaie Co.'s vast hardware emporium. -Next sunday morning tho saoramonl ?>f the Lord's Supper Will he adminis tered at I he Walhalla Methodist church after t he sermon. - All tilings considerad-that is all things that seo tn to require t<> be taken into consideration-the outlook for higher pi ie. s for cotton was never hotter titan it is right at the present time. - If you watit tn suv?: money and make it pay big ret ni ns at the same time, buy a lot in the auction of 87 lots ?it A udor son. S. ('., next Monday. - "Luther's Church and Reformation" will he th?' theme of tho sermon next Sunday m the Lutheran (hinch. Ser vices in English. Tho public cordially invite 1. - Hunter, Dendy ?V. Co., Seneca, have a HOW ad, on the RUCOlld page of this issue. Thoy sell tho Irving Drow lino of shoes Slid many other popular makes. Head th?' ad. -See the International Harvesting Co.'s all steel bay press. For sale by Seneca llaidwaie ( o. Presents for ? If you want a Prosont Holiday or " Any Other o: place and we can lit you U] of SUITABLE PRESEP .?Only the Best." WALHALLA Dh J Sale RDAY. October 28, I will .oliowing Articles: ken Founts, open and covered s, Mixing I'?-?wis, Bakers and nd Buckets ; Ladies,' Men's and id Vases. allies in the above louse has ever of 1 to one and all an is next Saturday. Truly, <\ Y N ES. J -ST beautiful building lots at auction in A min son next Monday. -Mr. and Mrs? C. Vf, Bank night re turned from Now York and Washington last Thursday afternoon ami are at homo to theil many friends at their resi dence on Main street. - Boin, unto Mr. and Mrs...). 0. latti mer, of Monea Bath, .s. 0., on Saturday, Ootober 28th, 1005, a son. Mrs. lattimer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .lames Phinney, of West Union. -Next Saturday, November 4th, wo woll sell oil only life, per gal. Don't get left. Craig-Vernor Mercantile Co. - Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown, of Jo ca8see, have moved to Walhalla and aro occupying tho Wilson property, on Main street, which Mr. Brown purchased sumo time ago. We gladly welcome this ex-j collent family to our town. -Tho following is tho honor roll of | Mountain Grove school for tho month i ending October '27, 1905: Ida Woodall, Sallie Woodall, Lillie Woodall, Luther j Woodall, Lola Woodall, Alex. Moore. | Emily Compton, Teacher. -Greatest bargains ever offered to j people of Ooonee county. It will cost you nothing to look. ? J, A* J, S. Carter, Wostniinstor. - Mrs. A. C. Merrick returned homo Su lida J evening, after spending a most delightful week in Columbia attending the Statu Fair. She says the attendance was tin* largost she has ever seen at those annual gathoiings. -Last Sunday afternoon, Ootober 20th, a Methodist congregation was formed at the Seneca Cotton mill, with a membership of nineteen. .lohn W. Parham was elected secretary of tho church conference The congregation named itself Unity Methodist Church. - A splendid opportunity for young mon to secure beautiful lots on South Main Street tn Anderson, S. C., at tho auction sale of 87 residence lots there next Monday. Bead the ad. on tho first page of this paper. Terms easy. Titles perfect. Get a plat, of these lots from Jas. H. Adams, nt Seneca, S. C. -A called communication of Bino Bidge Lodge, No. 02, A. F. M., will bo held in Masonic Temple on Friday night, November 3d, at ".."><> o'clock, for tho purpose of confer? ing the Master Mason's Degree. Members of tho Ciaft are cor dially invited tobe present. Refreshments -The Mountain Grove school closes Friday, November 3d, after a very suc cessful term. The teacher, Miss l'Un i ly ' ompton, takes this opportunity to thank heartily her patrons and pupils, who have in so many ways helped her, and made pleasant her stay among them. ! - The Seneca Hardware Co. are offer-1 ing for salo the only successful low priced, all steel hay press oversold in this county. -C. A. Burl?n, of Walhalla, has grown some of the flues! sweet potatoes wo have seen. [Ie showed us two on Mon thly that weighed A J and ;">r pounds re- j spectively. They were of thc Florida yam variety. Ile also has a splendid crop of Boon Spanish potatoes, which Rl'O largo and line. - i. W. Ivestor and family, who have beet, residing in Greenville for a year or inore, have moved back to Oconeo, and are living at their old home, near Monti- ) lain Best. Wc gladly welcome them 00 their return to our county, .since their return to Oconoo several members of the family have been quito s ck, but are improving, - Two carloads of buggies, surt ios and wagons. See them if you want to save money. (arter Hardware Company, Walhalla. -Andorson Mail, Octobor L"<th: "Mrs. W. NV, Robinson, of this city, was ope rated on foi appendicitis and a Healing kidney in the Columbia Hospital some days ago. The operation was entirely successful nod her many friunds will be glad to know that she will soon he able to return home. Her mother, Mrs. W. G. Smith, is ?lt her bedside." - Attention is directed to the sale of valuable real estate at Fair Blay, S. C., on Tuesday, November 28th, 1005, hy lt. ll. Marou mid A. P. Hunt, qualified executors of the last will and testament ol S, A. M a ret t, deceased. Land buyers should look into this opportunity of purchasing a valuable and desirable tract of land. -Second hand school books at greatly reduced prices. Walhalla Ding Co. iii Occasions, for a Wed (ling, Birthday, Ld Day" just cometo our p with the k' Swellest" Line JTS in Oconoe County. >u(] con PA NY. Special Sale on Buggies and Wagons For the Next Few Days. One solid car load of Buggies. One solid car load of Wagons. Special low prices on the above, also on Surries, Harness, Saddles, Whips and Lap Robes. Be sure to see us if you want to save money. Carter Hardware Company, Leaders of ."Low Prices, WALHALLA, S. C. - Hoar Manship to-night. -A Watok-Makei's Outfit for salo at a sacrifice. H. A. II. Gibson. - Hon. Luther Manship at tito Court Houso to-night. - Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. .j. li. Trib ute, on Sunday last, a sou. -Harbert Diehl, of Hork Hill, at tended til?! Uiemauu-Adams wedding. - Salt only 60o. j.or sack. Craig?Vernor Mercantile Co. -A heavy snow fell in Western Mis souri and in most of Kansas on Monday. -Tho Poplar Springs Behool w ill upon next Monday morning November Otb, with .1. W. Heeder as teacher. -Get reserved seats to hear the great popular entertainer. Plaee, Court House; time, S..'N) p. n:; eost, 25c. and 50c. - Born, unto Mr. ami Mrs. Chas. W. j Wickliffe, of West Union, on October 25, a sou. -Big lino of perfumes and talcum powders at tho Walhalla Drug Co.'s. -The West Union school will open next Monday, November 6th, with Miss Hattie Km ledge as teacher. - M rs. O. L. Garwood, of Atlanta, is visiting in Walhalla. Sho came over to attend the Adams-(tiemann wedding. -Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Anderson, of Anderson, were in town Tuesday in at tendance on the A da ms-1 beman n wed ding. * - Anderson, S. C., is a safe placo to in vest In real estate. Next Monday is tho best time. See ad. on first page. -See new ad. of Craig-Vernor Mercan tile Co. Tliey are talking dispensary and trade. Head what they have to say and give tItem a call. -,). and J. S. ('arter, Westminster, are again to the front with a new ad. They can interest you in any liuo. Their prices aro interesting. - Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker Pratt, of | Pell City, Ala., aro spending several days in town with friends, who are' pleased to meet thom again. - Hotter than depositing in a bank without interest is investing in lots oui South Main street in Anderson next Monday at the auction of S7 lots. -We have received an interesting account of the reunion of tho Alexander family, which took place on Coimeross las! v eek. Same came in too lato for this week's issuo. -Tho host lino of cough and cold preparations to he had at tho Walhalla Dui'.: Co.'s. -Mr. ano .rs. Frank Adams, of Hock Hill, S. C., aro stopping at F. E. Harri Son's. They aro in attendance upon tho marriage of their son, Sidney, tho efli oient and popular depot agent at Wal halla. -T)o you want a wagon? Wo have two cars Florence, Hod Hickory. Bagwell and I Thornhill, lt. will pay you to seo thom. J, & .J. S. Carter, Westminster. -Mayor Jas. Thompson was in Bu ford. Ga., last Sunday to attend the fune ral of his cousin, Fireman H. .1. Hamil ton, who was killed in the wreck on the Southern near Central last Friday even ing. -Tho Dispatch, of Richmond, Vir ginia, says: Tho lecture of Luthur Man ship at the Academy of Music last night was one of the most humorous as well ns eloquent heard in Richmond in a long time. An immense audience greeted him." -21) lbs. sugar, $1, Craig-Vornor Mercantile Co. -Something new at tho Walhalla D ug CO.'B-Cherry Phosphate Punch. -Harper, Boyd ? Hunt, s neca, have a hi;: ad. in thi.s Issue. Their prices will interest every Olio anil they will treat you light, Head the ad. and be sure ard give them a call when hi Seneca. - Hy noon of las Saturday the Wal? holla dispensary had disposed of its entire Btook. with the exception <>?" a few bottles of cnampague, which hav.> been itt stock since the dispensary was opened here. D?ring tho afternoon several bottles of tho champagne were sold. This drink conies high, thu juice being $1,76 per pint. - Mr. and Mrs .las. T. Wilson, who have bcon residing in and near Walhalla fur twenty years, have sold their property here aud will resido in Charl? st ut in the future. We regret to lose these good people as citizens of our town, hut wish them much success in their former homo -Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson aro uow visiting their sou, Geo. L< Wilson, amt other relativos, in Poll City, Ala. -Pr?sident K. U. Lucas, of tho Wal halla Cotton Mills, has recently pur chased for his company tho Wesleyan Methodist church, which is located on the mill property. Tho church will be remodeled for tito mill school, and the prosout school buihling will bo turned into a double dwelling for tho mill vil laeo. Tho Wosloyans aro arranging to build a new church in West Union. -Married, last Wednesday, in Holton, Sum Todd and Miss Gertrudo Walker. The bridal couplo loft Wednesday after? ! noon for a bridal trip to Atlanta, return ing to Walhalla Monday, whore they will make their homo for the future. Miss Walker has many friends iu Helton, who extend congratulations aud best wishes. Mr. T< ?I<1 is the popular flagman on the Hine Ridge and has many friends who wish for him a lifo of happiness aud prosperity. -Capt. W, G. Smith, the popular and w??ll known passenger conductor on the Columbia lind Greenville Railroad, .'. taking a few ?lays of much needed test from the arduous and responsible duties of his position, For the past few ?lays ho has boon visiting his CRUghter, Mrs. X. L. Kant, and family, and looking after his farming interests in Oconco couti y. Capt. Smith's many friends in these parts were pleased to moot him again j and to note his good health and cheerful j disposition. May he live many years more to "pull tho boll cord." -J. T. McKinney. State constable, of I Pickens. spent Monday night in Wal halla. Ho lias been in Charleston sevend months, hut hy order of tho Governor, I he, with P, P. McDaniel, has been or dered, by request of citizens of that County, to Pickens. They entered upon their duties October 2ist. On tho first ?lay aftt;r arriving in the county threo I blind tigers wore raided and fifteen gal-! lons of contraband whiskey wero coulls oated. On tho day following, revenue | officers destroyed two illicit distilleries in tho county, one near ('entrai. Son Lost Mother. "Consumption runs in our familv, and through it 1 lost, my mother, "writes E. i H. Reid, of Harmony, Me. "For the past live years, however, on the slightest1 sign of a cough or cold, I hav?! taken Dr. Kinu's Now Discovery for Consump tion, which has saved mo from serious lung trouble." His mother's death was a sad loss for Mr. Heid, bul ho learn? d that lung trouble must not ho neglected, and how to cur?! it. Quickest relief anil cure for cougl)8and colds. Price 50o and $1; guaranteed at all ?hug stores. Trial bottle free. :? m Between Meditation and Conclu sion many Golden Hours, each set with Sixty c=DIAriOND=< minutes. No reward is offered; they are lost forever. A final conclusion will bo roached by taking a look at tho many Dai gains AT J. & J. S. CARTER'S. E STARTS UH, NOVEMBER 61 200 Men's Shirts, 60 < oats to $1 values, for .'>."> couts each. 1?HI Men's Shirts, $1.20 value, for 7? cents each. 100 pairs Men's Suspenders, HO cents value, for 26 cents. 100 paiis Men's Suspenders, 8ft cents value, for 15 cunts, lou Umbrellas, 2?I I oohes, for :i? cents each. HATS. Men's II its, $1,26 value, 7">c. Hoys' Hats,60o. totlOc. value, 2">c. Blankets, 7?O. value, 6?0, pair. Bed Comforts, il value, 7">c. CROCKERY. 0-inch plates, ?rood, '2Su. set. .Vilich Bowls, ">C. each. 7-inch Bowls, 10c. each. 10-inch Bowls, l?e. each. $1,26 Lamps, 86o. each. CLOTHING Mon's Suits, $2 2"> to $18. Boys' Snits 76o, to $0. LADIES' SKIRTS. Soe our line, il to $7 oaeh. GROCERIES. 8 l-lb bars Soap, 10c. :! cans Potted Ham. 10c. :> cans Sardines, 10c. 3 cans Good Luck Baking Powder, 10 cents. We tiny Country Produce, Shingles, Crossties, and can supply your wants from the Cradle to tho Gravo, ('all ami seo us. WK HT *t IN HTE II . S. ?. mm. 4 DISPENSARY ?n i- . (ItU'S our We but a o (I We low Tlic dispensary foi djsponsing liquors is a tiling of the past itt Oconee cou illy. L*\)w voted for it, few voted against it. T thousand ? 1 ?<tr*'t vote :it. nil. So you don't know which would have carrier), hut it is gone. The dispensary for dispensing liquors not interest ns. The only thing that we are interested in is dispensing of our goods. The prices we are offering in all lines ami sales for tho last mont li aro BU Ilici?n t evidence of our goods njtd prices. The plan on which we buy, and sell goods, for SPOT CASH, gives us inside prices. Wu have only ono price to nil. neither rise nor fall. M very tl ii un is marked ns low as it can bo sold. Value is the true merit that wins. Pricos on paper aro easy, to put weight, measure and value in them is the 11? i ULT that wins. We guarantee to 1 ll you goods for less than any ono can afford to who runs the credit system. Wc are not nskitn. \ou for your ,rade for love or kindness. Tho proposition that we present to you is : If our prices goods aro not lower in price, ? ipial in quality, we don't want your business. Business is ono thing and friendship is something else. ar?' in bnsitte-s for what WO can make out of it. Ami it stands you in hand to do likewise. If you aro interested in good goods at prices for spot cash, we are anxious to figuro with you. We aro selling, st ??resent, tho following artiolos nt prices nnmod 1 elow : Salt, only 50c. per Sack. Granulated Sugar, 20 lbs. for $1. Kerosene Oil, 15c. Gallon. .Many oilier bargains loo numerous to mention. Come in and look through. We ure in the market for a lot of Country Produce, such as Beans, Poss, Beeswsx, Chickens, Eggs, Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, or almost any old thing you want to sell. We poy cash or trade, which ever suits you best. _'_ IT PAYS TO PAY CASH^--L_ Craig'Verner Mercantile Co., JNO. F. CRAIC, BUSINESS MANAGER. SPOT CASH MERCHANTS.