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-- . i _ , * _-.gtggg - - ~_-_ BY J AYN KS, SHKLOR, SMITH & STECK. WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, NOVEMBER 8, 1905. NEW SERIES, NO. 804.-VOLUME LV.-NO. 45. See Our Boys' See Our Youths' 0101 We are making a special feature of Boys' Knee Men's Suits. W e have anything ir om tho little N( year old Suits to a nineteen year old Young Man's and style to it that can be had in a Man's Tailor-Ma stand cleaning and pressing, hold its shape and looh We also have a "big line of Boys' Suits, both Kne Pants, to close out at New York cost We also have a big line of Boys' Pants. We carry the Famous I. S. Pants, another pair : We also have a big lot of Odds and Ends in Boy half price._ C. W. & J. E. BAUK IT PAYS TO BUY FOR C >?>?* niSTRUST YOUR LIVER If y?m don't feel as well as you should, and yet are in doubt as to the cause, tho chances aie it's yovfr liver. When the liver is torpid you are bound to feel duli nod lazy. You are apt to bave a coated tongue, bad breath, headache or constipation. Lunney's 8-Hom* Liver Efcegfvilo tor* never fails to increase activity rf the liver, aids digestion and gives tone to the entire system. Price, iiOc. l^lie I>i*ii?>*<riNt, lOYelloAv Flront. ft. fr Seneca. w\ 9 M Only ? Look Through L. A. Moore's Fancy Store will convince you that he Lieads*in Fancy and staple Groceries Everything to Eat. Arizona Honey, 1*2 \ cents. Trade $10 in Cash and Have your Photo enlarged F KICK. Photo Frames any size or style made to order. Guns worth $4? $5- and $0 to go at $3, $3.50 and $4. Watch this space for price on Shells. Come and let me prove what I say. Yours for business, LUTHER A. MOORE SENECA, S. C. I efl 1 Pant Suits and Young jrfolk and Blouse, four Suit, with all the snap de Suit, a Suit that will : good as long as it lasts. ie Pants Suits and Long Lf they ri" 's Pants io close at one NIGHT. ASH. Jocassee Happenings. Joeassee, November 6.-F. R. Chap man, Columbus Pur tor and Walter Wil bank8 un tho muming of October 20th chased and caught a champion gray fox nuar Jooassee, in about throe hours. F. R. Chapman and W. T. Crow visit i d frionds and i dat ives on Eastatoe last] Sunday and report a nico time. Tbert will be a box party at Salem school house ou the night of the 17th instant. Miss Florene? Norris is princi pal of the school. W. W. Moss will cry tho sale of tho boxes. Como ahead, boys, and bring your host girl and a box full of goodies ami have a guod old time once more T. w. Ballongor, of Westminster; W. W. Moss and E. K. Whltmiro, of Wal halla, and Miss Floronco Norris, of King's Mountain, N. C., visited friends and relatives in Jocassee last week. They also report a jolly trip to Lover's] Leap, in Pickens county. 8. c. Man's 1 ni eiison a Mcness Is often ns great as woman's. Hut Thoa h. Austin, malinger of the '"Republican," of Leavenworth, Ind., was not unreason able when he I er used to allow the doc tors to operate on his wife for female trouble. "Instead," bo says, "we con cluded to try Electric Bitters. My wife was Iben so sick she could hardly lenvo her bed, and live (.">) physicians bad failed to relieve her. After taking Electric Mittels sh.- ?as peifectly cured, and can now per foi mall har household duties." Guaranteed by all druggists, price BOo, Flat Shoals Locals. Walhalla. R. F. 1)., No. 2-Tho young people enjoyed a singing at J. F. Davis's h.st Sunday. Riley Sloan and family, of Salem, spent Saturday night and Sunday witli his bro-1 thor and sister. Oratio Rankin is making arrangements to go to California. Ile will leave in a| few days. J. J. Dodd ami R. M. Cowan aro doing some building for C. W. Pitchford, near Westminster. /.. Oakway Dots. Oak? ay, November 0. - Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Edwards have moved to Atlanta, where thev will mako their futuro liomo. J. P. Carroll and family had Sharp Hobson and sister, Miss Alma, as their guests on last Wednesday. Miss Della Carroll accompanied them homo Thurs day. Slr. and Mrs. Dock El rod and little daughter, Miss Irene, havo moved to tho Seneca Oil Mill We are having excellent weather to finish gathering our cotton and to sow wheat. School will begin at this place on the bbb of this mont'.). I Come Now Own Up You don't like those gray hairs, do you? And your hus band certainly doesn't like them. Then why not try a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor? It restores color to gray hair every time, all tiie deep, rich color of early life. And it cures dandruff also. " I certainly believe that Aver'? Hair Vlftor U n splendid preparation for tho hair und ?calp, tor I havo med lt mort, or len? for ?Ix year?. I can cheerfully recommend lt to any one In need nf laoff a pojiaratlon."-Mus. KATH HOYT, Minneapolis) Minn. ">7 Also manufacturers of f SARSAPARILLA. I I/> f?0 PILLS. Li W / O CHCRRY PECTORAL THE NEWS FROM SENECA. Seneca, November 7 -Our show-going public is Riven a rent thin week, but next week the Crescent Comedy Company has a three days' engagement here-Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The company is a new otic to tho mai .. r< mont, but is recognized as a good O. J, au evi dent faot for tho n as m that it goes from here to Anderson for tho rest of the week and thence to Greenville for a week's en gagement. B. T. \VInt mire, thc manager at Greenville, recommends tho BIIOW as beiug Iii M-elans and our people may feel c.ululent of a clean, good performance. Popular prices still prevail. On last Tuesday evening at the Pal motto House, the Gossipers gavo the most elaborate social affair of tho season, tho parlors, halls, vorandas and dining room., were used, mid a thoroughly de lightful evening was spent. Decorations, games and menu all bespoke the lml lowo'on season and tho Gossipers wore the recipionlsof hearty congratulations upon the perfect success of the evening's en tertain ment On Friday evening last, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Buggs were nt homo to a dozen of Seneca's young set, complimentary to Hacksaw Grundy, of Virginia. The homo was bright with decorations of chrysan themums and a delicious hot luncheon was sorted, followed by dessert. Gossip was the order of entertainment and each guest vied with tho others ns to who could relate tho noarest and most as tounding piece of gossip. No prize was ottered, but it was agreed that Cutt ino Smith was entitled to the palm. Tho evening was charming and altogether characteristic of this pleasant home. Miss May Hicks, of Walhalla, is board ing with Mrs. F. L. Sittou and teaching a school near town. Madames L. W. Jordan and M. W. Cole man and Miss Ludio Jordan are in Seneca to tho groat pleasure of their ftiends hore. They aro at the Palmetto Houso. Mrs. Ruskin Anderson is visiting rela tives in Charleston this week. Tho handsome chrysanthemums on tho Presbyterian pulpit last Sabbath wore from the garden Of Hon. E. P. Karlo, for which he will please accept tho sincere thanks of the writer. Seneca is to have soon tho gratification of a long-felt want-a now depot. Tho present one is inadequate, >' being an al most daily occurrence that ladies walt* ing there fur trains aro compelled to stand. Wu understand that the now ono is to ho a handsome one and thoroughly modern in equipment. It will also he gratifying to the public to know that before another season there will be marked improvements in the j opera houso hero. Wo aro told that the seats will bo elevated and another en trance effected. Mrs. J, F. McCareyand daughter, Miss Clara Vernor, go to Greenville to day for a two-days' visit. Thu high price in cotton is bringing crowds of country people td town, and there is evidnnt push and lifo givou to business int crests. Mrs. W. J. dinney spent last wook in Atlanta and Auburn. M .cs Henrietta and Pearl aud Charles Verner, of Richland, spent Monday morn ing shopping bore. On Thursday evening, nt the regular time for prayer service at tho Presbyte rian church, preaching will bo dono by the pastor, and also on Friday evening, the services being preparatory to com munion on next Sabbath. H. F. Alexandor has had tho walks in his front yard paved, which greatly beau tifies tho samo. Miss Annie Poid, of Walhalla, spent, Sunday with relativos hore. M V. S. News (rom New Hope. Now Hopo, November 0.-Tho High Kalls school No. 15 will open on Monday, November RI, under tho management of Hilly Craig. Fred Alexander, with his force of hands, bas ?hmo good work on tho roads, which we[all appreciate very much. Mr. and Mrs. John Knox, of Anderson, visited relatives in this section last week. Creighton and Misses Possie and Kdna Wood, who have been attending school at Pruitland, N. C., returned homo last Friday on account of the fever raging so in the school. Their many friends aro delighted to have them in ou.' midst again. Miss Karlie Kelley, of Jocassco, visited homofolks during the latter part of last week. Miss Ida McDowell, of Helton, is visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Paco. Porn, unto Mr.land Mrs. T. M. Klrod, on Octobor 10, a daughter. e. n. A UlIA'tANTKKD 4 1 IC ? I OU PILBA Itching, blind, blooding or protruding piles. Druggists refund monoy tf PAZO OINTMENT fails to euro any case, no mattel ot' how long standing, in tl to ll days. First application gives caso and rest. SOO. If your druggist hasn't \jt send BOO. in stamps and it will bo for warded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. For Ure; Lur or T A few small biscuii Royal Baking Pow small-as small rou Mix and bake jus Serve hot. Nothing better than these little hot and honey, marmals You must use R to get them right. ROYAL BAKING. POW NEWS FROM WESTMINSTER. Westminster, Novombor 0.-J. A.. Dur ham began work as salesman in the store of D. P. Butler on November 4. Dr. J. C Chatham, of Greenwood, is dead. He was a popular young dentist and was well kuown here, having worked horo at diff?rent times. Fovor was tho cause of his death. Leo Davis, of Groonvillo, visited his father, T. E. Davis, last week. Miss Hattio Zimmerman's many friends aro pleased to seo hor homo again, af tor a visit of several wooks in Atlanta as tho guest of bor brotbor, W. M. Zimmerman. Charles Mullor, a pharmacist, formerly of Walhalla, is now employed in Carter's Pharmacy. W. G. Stono, a prominent cotton mill man, whoso headquarters aro at Spartan? burg, was in Westminster Friday. Miss Beulah Ligou, of Greenville, has accepted tho position of stenographer for tho Weslmsnstor Knitting Mills. Sho arrived ono day last week. Miss Nannie Torroll expects to leavo next Saturday for Lockhart, where sho gooa to fill a position in tho s toro of tho Lockhart Manufacturing Company, of I which her brother, W. B. Terrell, isl general manager. Leo Strihling, who haR ticen in Anderson several weeks working as stenographer I for an insurance agency, spent Saturday and Sunday at home. The second number of tho Westmin stor lyceum attraction will como elf Wednesday, November 15th. at 7.80 p. m., in thu maded school building. S. 1 M. Spedon, artistio entertainer, of New York, will appear. Subjects: "Chaine tor and Characteristics, "Tilings we Laugh and Wonder at," "Flashes of Fun and Dashes." Cadet W. D. Barnett, of Clemsou, was at home Saturday and Sunday. Cotton v.ns soiling for 1 I \ Monday afternoon, Mrs. J. H. Stonecypher has returned from a visit to her parents at Comer, (ia. Miss lala Reeder left Saturday for Mayuoha, S. C., whoro sho goes to tako charge of tho school at that place. .lames E. Phillips made a brief visit to Columbia week before last. Prof. E. M. Brockman was in Groon villo last Saturday. A. L. Gossott. Bilious Attack Quickly Cured. A fow weeks ago I bad a bilious attack that was so sevoro I was not able to go to tho office for two days Failing to get relief from my family physician's treat ment, I took throe of Chamberlain's Stomach ami Liver Tablets and tho next day I felt like a now man.-IL C. Bailoy, editor of the News, Chap?n, S. 0. These tablets aro for sale by J. W. Bell, Wal halla; W. J. Liinnoy, Seneca. A Mill Machinist Crushed to Death. Spartanburg, November 4. - M. A. Giles, a machinist, met an awful death at the Clifton mill No. 8 this morning about ll o'clock. He was on the ole valor of the mill, ami in some manoor made a misstep or lost his balance, and bis body was immediately caught be twoon tho olovator and tho flooring. Life was crushed out of him. The docoasod was 00 yoars of ago and a man of quiet nature and oxcollout habits. A large family survives him. Sells More ot Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Than of All Others Put Together. Thos. Georgs, a merchant at Mt. Elgin, Ontario, says: "I have had the local agency for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ovor since it was introduced into Canada, and I soil as much of it as I do of all other lines I havo on my shelves put to gether. Of tho many dozens sold under guarantee, I havo not had one bottlo re turned. I CAD personally recommend this medicino, as I have used it myself and given it to my children and always with the best result*." For salo by .1. W. Bell, Walhalla; W. J. Lunney, Seneca. ts easily made with rder. Make them nd as a napkin ring, t before the meal. for a light dessert biscuits with butter ide or jam. oyal Baking Powder DER CO., NEW YORK OCONEE DISPENSARY VOTED OUT. Three County Prohibition Elections to Come) Off Soon-Some I outs and Figures. Columbia, Novomber 4 -Tho election iu Oconeo county, by which tho dispen sary waa voted out of that county waa officially dcclarod to-day, and Oconee will Boon bo free of its dispensaries. Tbo ollie i al promulgation of tho result of tho election is contained in the following; declaration : State of South Carolina, Oftico of the Secretary of State. Pursuant to notico aod appointment, tho State board of canvassers mot in tho office of tho Secretary of Stato, this, tho Ith day of November, 1905, for tho pur pose of consider] nr. the elect iou rel m le in tho matter of Ibo dispensary election, hold on tho 24th day of October, 1005, for tho oountv of Oconeo. A quorum hoing prosont, on motion of Mr. Jones, the return of tho county board of canvassers was read, which showed total number of votes cast, 753. Of which "No dispensary" rocoived 007. Of which "Dispensary" received 80. Whoroupon, on motion of Mr. Jones, tho election was declared and deter mined in accordance with tho return, ns mado by tho county board of canvassers. Three of tho most important anti-dis pensary elections are to be hold this month-those in Greenville, Spartan burg and Anderson being scheduled. Tho order of Judge Klugh, in tho Spar tanburg matter is taken ns a matter of courtesy to lawyers and is not seriously regard?e*, and it is not supposed that it will iu auy way interfere with the hold ing r f tho elect ion at the appointed time. SCHOOLS ANO DIMNK MONKY. Comptroller General Jones will have a continence with the Attorney GoilOral next wook with regard to the distribu tion of tho dispensary school mouoy. There are somo very important questions that have arisen in regard to this dis tribution and from letters receivod by tho Comptroller General it is evident that the payment and distribution will Anally got into tho Courts. Under the Constitution, it is necessary that all deficiencies bo made up. This applies to nil counties whether they aro dispensary or not. The surplus, how over, under the now law, was not to bo given to those counties voting out tho dispensary. It ie said that this feature of tho law will bo tested, and that tho counties that have voted ont tho oispou sary will demand their share of tho pro uts for this year up to the timo tho elec tion was held. This moans that tho Comptroller will requiro an itemized statement from tho dispensary as to when the profits materialized, and if the point is carried successfully it will mean that a couple of experts will have to bo employed to figuro ont tho balances. Under tho report last year the counties that lia ve since voted out the probts re ceived tho following surplus ns thew sb ai e of tho profits: Oconee.* 5,036 01 Picketts. 4,414 06 Cherokoo. 4,430 38 York. 0,347 08 Lancaster. 5,061 78 Union . 5,451 16 Newberry. 0,376 24 Marion. 7,214 24 Darlington. 5,853 48 Florry. 8,009 88 Total.*o3,005 41 Thc tidal amount of surplus distributed was >276,166.55,