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What "M" Sees and Hears on H
Bounds In Country and in Town.
Abbeville, S. C., Jan. 27, 1901.
15 CENTS COTTON MAKES HAPPY FARMER*
There are a number of farmers on Kou
No. 8 who are chuckling over their good fo
' tune In having cotton to sell at 15 cents,
perhaps even higher figures. Some of tbe
are holding for blgber prices. Mr. James G
11am closed out his lot, about 82 bales, la
jaoDuay hi 10 oeam hii rounu. we pour un
tala are never satisfied, the more we get tl
more we want. If all tbe farmers of tl
Sootb bad plaoed tbelr cotton In warebons
and let It go on tbe market at present Drlce
tbe profits would have been "millions" I
tbelr pockets. Instead of being In tbe bands
Northern capitalists and speculators, ar
times "down Sooth" would have been east
and money flush, but alas, tbe blgh prlc
does not benefit tbe. producer much, ootnic
u It rfnaa vhan hlannttnn la In other hand
There la no excuse for tbls loss to tbe farme
If tie woold get oat of tbe "old rat," and ma
age differently tbe majority of farmers la A
bevllle ooanty ooald bave stored their cotto
paid their debts, and saved or gained tbe 8
or fSO per bale, which they have now loa
whtcb would have placed many of tbem 01
of debt entirely and In eaBy circumstance
Times havecbanved, basinets principles bai
changed, and farmers will have to change i
keep pace with tbe world, or make up tbe
inlnda to be left behind all tbe time.
BIO SALE OF COTTON SEED.
Gilliam Brothers closed out their cottc
seed last week at 89 cents per bushel, amoun
log In round 11 ambers to $2 700. These me
are wide awake farmers transacting baBlne
to nit the times. Nothing like being np-t
UHI V Alt lUUO nuab
' ' This beautiful and pathetic little drama wi
played laat Thursday aDd Friday nights I
the opera house. Id the presence of a larf
and appreciative audience each night.
The oaata ol characters were well chose
and each one acqaltted themselves In a mo
creditable manner, even beyond tbeblgbe
expectations of Uieir audIeooevwbo by tbe
freqaent ronnds of applause manifested the
Miss Fannie 8tark, tbe vocal "star" of tt
evening, sang that beautiful ballad "Dowd c
tbe Farm."in a olear, sweet, musical vole
walch called forth load and prolonged a|
plaose, whloh brought before tbe audleuc
the second time the sweet singer, who agal
MnHanul In nort tho KoonUfnl hallafl to f.h
delight of her bearers.
Tbe "ooon" song so oannlngly and sweetl
sang by "Cbloe" (Miss Nelle Wilson) was or
of tbe "hits" of tbe evening. She was encore
with ddafenlog applause, and recalled thr<
times to tbefreetdeilgbtof tbeandienoe.
Tbe "four months old" girl orchestra rei
dered thrilling music between tbe acts. Tbe
play well, keeping exact time without whlc
there can be no harmony of sweet Bounds
Prof. Baldwin Is, and should be, proud <
his "four months old girl orchestra," and ce
talnly deserves great credit for bis work In f
bort a.time. He said, "with time and prai
lice tbls will be one of tbe finest lady orche
tran in the State, or even In tbe South."
Tbe stage scenery was very pretty and nlci
ly arranged and tbe moving panoram
Thrown on tbe canvass by Prof. Alfa Loma:
our city artist, was strlotly up-to-date an
aaoeo greauy 10 me pleasure 01 lueeveoiui
as well as the make up of tbe play.
what wb ske on bouts NO. 8.
Major Parker was Id tbe city last Sa'urda
applying oar home market with more <
that floe pea vine hay raised and baled on hi
M1m Jaale Belle Pennal was visiting relt
Uvea ana friends on Roate No. 3 last week.
Ma Robert Brae? Is visiting her parents 1
tbe Sharon neighborhood.
Rev. J. G. Henderson preached at Lebano
last 8unday to a large congregation. Durln
his stay be was tbe gaest of Mr. Wm. McKei
Tbe antertalnment given last Friday eve
nlng -at Lebanon, under tbe auopiees of tb
La die* Aid-Society of Lebanon Presbyterla
oburch was quite a suocees despite the lnclerr
nay.of tbe evening. Oysters, coffee, cboc<
late and cake were served. A good crowd wa
present, and tbe evening socially, was one (
much pleasure to all present. Unique in vlu
tlons were sent oat m tbe shape of a "shoe
and-U>? person receiving one was expected t
oloa turn nnti for AAnh nrimhnr of the sbo
worn?one wearing a number five would pr<
sent to tbe entertainment ten cents, and b
on. Tbe receipts of the evening were abou
Tbe many friends of Miss Maggie Pennt
will be glad to learn she baa almost entlrel,
recovered from her recent Illness. She Is get
ting on nloely and hopes soon to be herse!
Mr. Ed Win Parker was In tbe olty yeeterda;
selling a lot of excellent bay, oat and bale
on his farm. We tender him many thank
lor the splendid bale left at onr borne. Oa
old -bone also bobs her bead in gratefc
Tbe Abbeville and McCormlck telepbon
line is np.and we presume ready for buslneei
Miss Maggie Glbert Is still quite slok. He
many friends are anxiously inquiring abou
her.t and hope she will soon be restored t
Last Friday was a day that tried tbe carrle
boys. Tbe sharp cutting wind came in cj
clone blasts, while the driving rain fell 1
blinding downpours?almost equal to clouc
burit*. The streams were swollen and tb
rushing waters seemed greedy to carry us o
in their mad fury. Carriers 1 and 2 were turi
tank hv hlsrh watxr. bnt "M" marlp hlB ret
nlar Uip, but came borne worsted by bis pei
sis teat trip?wet and oold, bat still in ranks.
"M" was presented with a bag fall of nlc
mallard salad last week by Mr. Robert Ec
warts, which waa greatly enjoyed by blmse
and?family. 8aob luxuries are scarce, botb 1
oountry and In town.
Mr. B. A. Boyd and bis bod, Mr. Jules U
Bopd. were in bhe olty last Saturday lroou U
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill are In the city froi
8a I to bury, N. C., visiting bomelolks.
Mts. Kelly Bowie and daughter, Miss Willi
of Elberton, Ga., are In the city guests of M
and Mrs. O. H. Moore.
Mrs. Taylor, nee Miss Gertrude Moore, <
Asbeviile, N. 0? Is expected in the city lb
week, where she will ppend a while with he
parents, Mr. and. Mrs. G. H. Moore. Mr. Ta:
lor Is well again and now has a situation 1
Salisbury, N C.
Mr. R. S. Link, our popular and efflclei
postmaster spent several days of last week 1
Atlanta on business. .
business men on the move.
Mr. A.B. Morse Is now nicely fixed up 1
oneof the new brick sto'ies In Smith's bloc
on Trinity street last below Hill 4Sous sti
bles, where be offers greater bargains tha
ever to air who call to see him. '"Amos" ht
moved "around the oorner," but is still in tb
ring with plenty of goods for botb old an
new customers, who will be sure to find bin
Messrs. Li. i.si. m. Miner, one 01 our ieai
: log etty grocery firms, have recently pu
cha?d one of the handsome brick stores 1
tbe Smith blook on Trinity street, which tbe
wlU enlarge and pat In shape lor their bos
sees at an early date, with the view of mo*
lnglo for the spring business. These menai
hostlers In the business world, and by goo
baslneu tact, conpled with energy and fa:
dealing have bnllt ap a splendid trade whic
continues to grow year by year. "Tbe bei
goods at lowest prices." Is their motto.
Mrs. Casrle Gary has been qnite ill durlc
the past week with erysipelas?so ill tbi
members of tbe family were telegraphed fo
Mrs, Eason of Charleston, and Judge Ernei
Gary of Edgefield. At this writing she is be
Friends of Mr. Lambert Caldwell of ot
city extend to Mm sincere sympathy In b
affliction, the death of biB grandmother, Mr
Donald, one of the olde?t and most respecte
KaIaua^ Altlvnno nf Tlrtnolfli
MUiea Ellen and Alma Gambrell are vlsl
log their slater, Mrs. Cason, at Woodruff, S. (
Invitation! are Issued announcing the ma
rlageof Mr. Clifford Haddon and Miss
of Bain bridge, Georgia. Mr. Hai
don Is ad Abbeville man and since leavic
hereJaaawoo sucoesa Id the mercantile worl
and do.w eojoya a floe business of bis owi
Many Meads lo Abbeville extend Id ad vane
beat wishes and kindest congratulations U
his fotare happiness, and will be delighted 1
see..him and nis charming bride Id tbla b
old home where they will always be aocordc
a hearty welcome.
STOTDAT'B SERVICES IN THE METHODIST
Bey. P. B. Wella, pastor, preached an ea
nest and Impressive sermon last SuDda
morning from Ht. John's gospel 8 and 16, "F<
God so loved the world, that be gave bis on!
begotteo sod, that whosoever belleveth I
htmsboukl.not perish, bat have everiastli
UdIod services were held at Dlght, conduc
ed by pastor aod visiting pastors of tbe ell
churches. Text, "Repeat ye for the kingdo
of heavea Is at baod." Sermon by Re
Tbe building was filled to overflowing wit
members from all denomination*. Tbe mus
was very floe, tbe choir being supplement)
by Miss Stark and Mrs. Kloard, and Mr. Lir
with tbe vlollD.
ANCIENT AND MODERN ADVICE ABOt
HOW TO ACQUIRE WEALTH.
The aoclent sages' "sure road to wealtt
was, "b? temperate In all things, be econot
leal always." Modern lire, with Its "rni
methods" In business requires that "ke?
healthy" be added to the old adage.
Everybody knows bow to be temperate ac
most people know how to be economical, bi
few know how to be perfectly healthy. Ove
eating. Irregular habits, negleot, etc., derani
she stomaoh, liver and bowels, causing lnd
S est Ion, torpid liver, constipation, etc. R
ales Tablets are nature's best ally when buc
conditions exist. Tbe Stomach Tablets wi
digest your food, strengtben your digests
organs and cur? your digestion. Tbe Llvi
Tablets will arouse your liver, stlmula
your bowels and establish a regular, beaut
habit. Ry4?lesTablets insure good health.
C. A. MilXord.
48 Revenae-CnUer Service.
February 25, 26, 27, 1904.
The United States Civil Servic
' Commission announces that in vie\
te of the small number of application
or filed for the examination scheduled t
m be held on January 4, 5, G, 1904, for th
ll* position of cadet in the Revene-Cut
,r. ter Service, the examination ha* beei
postponed to February 25, 26, 27. 1904
g? and will be held at Charleston, Colum
;8t bia and Greenville to secure eligible
in from which to make certification t<
?r fill vacancies in the position of cade
er in the Revenue-Cutter Service.
B8 The examination will consist of th
'* subjects mentioned below which wil
r>" be weighed as follows :
? Subjects. Weights
^ Spelling (twenty words of more
it, tbau average difficulty 1
at Arithmetic (as comprised in the
ordinary grammar school text
to book) It
ir Algebra (as comprised in tbe higbschool
,D General geography (as comprised
t- in the grammar school text ,
o_ Geometry (including plaue and
history and Constitution
18 of the United States (as comid
prised in high school text5e
books. The questions on Con,D
stitution refers to its general
st provisions only) J
Physics (as comprised in high
school text-boobs) 1
General information (questions re'*
lating to well-known matters
e of current interest)
? Trigonometry (including questions
* in plane and spherical trigonoie
Grammar rhetoric, and composi?
tion (the questions in gram'
? ? ? /\ Mw ?tAn
id mar comprise iue wum gircu
J in the grammar school text- .
j. books. The test in composi,y
tion consists of the preparab
tion of an essay on one of two
)f assigned topics) 1'
r- English literature (as comprised
o in high school text-books)
J" One modern language?French,
German, or Spanish?(com3
petitors may select any oue of
* these languages. The test iud
eludes the translation of a
:? short exercise into English and
also one into the language selected)
^ Total 10'
Three days will be required for this
n Under.the regulations of the Treas
ury Department applicants must b<
d not lew than 18.nor more than 2i
* years of age, of vigorous constitution
physically sound aud well formed
> not less than 5 feet 3 ihches in height
n of good moral character, and unmar
i- ried. The marriage of a cadet will be
> considered as equivalent to his re
rtru : | ^ ? ???n*Artnloifa oliffi
k- Vf UIID I113UUI a picit^uioibv IVV1I6<
" bility, all applicants for the position
e of cadet j?bo have served at t-ea, o
} who have served as deck officers o
? sea-going vessels of the Uniter
Statee merchant mariue, should
)) file with tbeir applications a
y certificate or certificates showing sucli
[j servioe, from the master of the vessel
with whom they served or from tb<
J Ship Master's Association. It is pro
? posed to give applicants credit for sue!
r service when satisfactorily shown.
11 Applicants are advised that cadeti
e may be commissioned by the Presi
j. dent as lieutenants after three years
'[ satisfactory service. The salary of i
o cadet is $500 per annum and one ratior
* A recent act of Congress provides
D* that captains iu this service shall rani
1 wfth majors in the Army, first lieu
* tenants with captains, second lieuteu
ants with first lieutenants, third Jieu
r- tenants with second lieutenants, an(
'* that commissioned officers in this ser
,e vice shall receive .the same pay an<
i- allowances, except forage, as are pro
'' vided by law for officers of correspond
n ing rank in the Army, including Ion
t. gevily pay. This act of Congress al
* so provides for the retirement of of
n fleers In this service at the age of 6
years with 75 per cent of the pay am
allowances of the rank upon whicl
' they are retired.
JjJ There are in the Revenue-Culte
)r Service commissioned officers, as fol
r- lows: Captains, about 36, at a salar
D of $2,500 per annum ; first lieutenanls
,t about 36, at a salary of $1,800 per an
a num ; second lieutenants, about 36, a
a salary of $1,500 per annum ; thin
lieutenants, about 12, at a salary o
n $1,400 per annum.
b This examination is open to all citi
? zens of the United States who compl;
is with the requirements. Competitor
ie will be rated without regard to an;
3d consideration other than the qnalifica
j*. tions shown in their examinatioi
r- papers, and eligibles will be certifies
? strictly in accordance with the civi
i. service law and rules.
f- Persons who desire to enter this ex
amiuation should at once apply to th
ir United States Civil Service Commis
h sion, Washington, D. C., or to tli
,l secretary of the local board of exami
Ig JJtJi B Ml I lie piauco ujru tiuavu iu iu
it accompanying list, for applicatioi
srj Form 304, which should be properly
t- executed and promptly filed with th"
Commission at Washington. Th
|g medical certificate on Form 304 nee<
s. not be executed. Applicants are ad
d advised that prior to appointment
t. however, an eligible will be iequire<
3. to pass a physical examination be
r- fore a board of Marine Hospital sur
a. geons at Washington.
iK Persons who are unable to file thei
d fofmal applications and who notify
^ the Commission of this fact, either b]
>r letter or telegram, with the reques
to that they be permitted to take th
examination, will be examined, sub
ject to the subsequent filing of thei
applications, provided their request
are received at the Commission ii
sufficient time to ship examinatioi
jr Issued January 6, 1904.
ill A. B. Canman, Chicago, writes March <
^ 1903: "Having been troubled with L.umhRf>
at different times and tried one physlclw
auer auoiuer ; iucii uiuncut v?. ^ ??
[h llnaments, gave it un altogether. So I trie
lc once more, and got a bottle of Ballard'* Sno'
Llnament, wblcb gave me almost inntai:
v relief. lean cheerfully recommend it, an
will add my name to your list of form*
sufferers." 25c, 50c and S1.00. Sold by C. i
. LAND FOR SALE.
D- WILI' ^ELL TO HIUHBST BIDDER A'
sh Greenwood C. H.. tlrst Monday In Fet
;p ruary, 1904, one tract of laud containing
>d 169 Acres.
J. Divided Into two tracts as follows: On em
?e side of Five Notch Koad 105 acres, on we
II'. side 61 acres, A good seven room dwelliu
y- with out buildings on place. All building
h are on the 105 acre tract. Lnud Mph in Abb
111 vllle and Greenwood Counties, tlve miles eaf
/e of Donalds and one one-baif wet-t of Ware
er Shoals, adjoining land with Turkey Cree
te Baptist Church. The property of Mr. L. Jut
iy son Rasor, deceased. Terms?Cash.
' C. C. GARRISON,
v Jan. 12,1001. tf Anderson, S. C.
Lnrge I'artios Attracted tu Sou 111 Carollun
v The work of the last decade In induc~
incr imniiL-rjitioii to the Southern States
o j " ?o o
0|by the land and industrial department
e.iofthe Southern railway, assisted by
. the residents and the various indusQ
trial organizations of the south, is
|( bearing results that surpass expeetations.
Large parties pass through
3 Washington almost daily on their
0 way to the south to take up new
it homes. Special attention is being
paid to the farmer immigrants. They
e are being attracted from Canada and
Representatives of a party of 200
prospective German immigrants of
' the north states and the fatherland,
accompanied by officials of the rail5
way company, passed through the
citv last nijrht to mafte a tour of in
spection of the south. They are de0
sirous of getting an option on 10,00ft
acres of land, and will visit the more
productive states to. find a suitable lo
0 catiou. The land will be selected
with a view to its fertility, advantages
and the healthfulness of the coui5
Mr. M. V. Richards, head of the
3 land and industrial department of I tie
railway, is pleased with the results
attained in South Carolina. He says
there are a number of feasible and
well-considered colonization projects
under way in the south at the present
5 time. ?
"South Carolina," said Mr. Rich0
ards "feels the effect of the extraordinary
factory development, a development
which for several years has a(5
tracted to itself not only the most able
r and energetic men of the state, but
the better class of farm lahor as well.
5 The mill men have reached a poiut
where they realize that the source of
tbeir labor where they realize that
the source of their labor?the rural
districts?must be replenished with
people to meet local demands for the
raw stople, as well as supply the market
whieh the mills have brought In0
lo existence with such marvelous rapidity.
5 "One of the movements referred to
contemplates interesting Scotch immigrants.
The Scotch figured prominently
in the' early colonial settlements
in both the Carolinas, and
?< tkniK luoilinnr TtlnSf nTO
inau^y ui tucii ivauiug !* .?. ? ,
gressive citizens are of Scotch or
Scotch-Irish extraction. Theeuviron5
merit is highly favorable to Scofcb
0 "Another movement looks to the
s provinces of Canada for reinforcements
of the rural population. A
- considerable colony of French Cae
nadiati? has taken up lands near Snm>
merville and it is expected thut many
, more will follow in the near future.
, These p ople like the French and
t Italiaus of the continent are exeeeiJ
ingly close farmers and skilled vlne
yardists. and are especially well
- adapted to conditions in the Carollnas.
Other communities are making ef
forts to attract German immigration.
1 While different sections have their
r preferences, the German farmer is
f every wlier-s acceptaoie. i>o iu<>it
} wholesome influence can be introl
duced into single-crop sections than
, the methods of the German farmer,
i illustrated by the German himself.
I It is a method which ha* retained and
> conserved the fertility of the noil of the
- fatherland through hundreds of years
i devoted to constant cultivation."
The officials of the Southern Rail3
way Company are in receipt of infor?
; Was never better eq
stock of Manufaci
1 these $?oods in
\ low prices 01
3 They can b
r slight you
; fact that
i ? OWN more than
f I of Bleached Lonf
; pared to make s]
8 one desiring to buy
I piece. They are adva
j will undoubtedly go
II am now selling four
- sheetings, tine ana cc
I than I can buy the ss
! bale. I have just rec
3e ties of Ginghams, L
y Goods that are very
II take this occasion t
- rous public in the
r with whom I 1
jj more e
, | A Wage
? is not all there is to it. There are a
|j that actually look well?at first. Yc
rt defective axle-wood, or foresee the sh
** constant repairs, that will rise up to
',5 once for all a dependable wagon.
are that kind. That is a matter of i
* 11 fi. __ 1 T
IDOUglU one. BUUl on UUUUL \jy mcia
materials. Definite, sterling worth i
mation to the effect that a large num
ber of the Boers of the Transvaal are
desirious of immigrating to the United
States and locating in the southern
states. A letter was received at the
general offices of the railway today
from South Africa inquiring as to the
adaptability or rue various siaiea ui
i tbe south to the habits and pursuits of
E. P. GIILIAUD,
Has moved, and occupies the rooms up
siairs In Knox's Hail, aud Is now pre
psredlodoall kinds o< repairing and clean
Inn of gentlemen's olothes on nhorl notice.
KampieR ot suits alwar* on hand. Charge
uipped than now for offt
fcured Cotton Goods is in
the Summer of 1903, hi
1 them. Now is undoubl
e had at almost old pric
l can scarcely detect it,
the raw material has adi
two hundred pieces
1 Cloths and am prepecial
prices to any
these goods by the
ncing every day and
a great deal higher.
)arse, at prices less
ime goods at by the
ieived large quantiladras
attractive and very
;o acknowledge with gr?'
past, and to assure the
lave always lived, that
arnestly to merit and s<
favor and p*
n's 'First Cost
plenty of low priccd wagons (mighty dear in
?u can't see the paint-covered wood?pithy, "d
rinking, rattling, loosening of spokes, the ure s<
trouble you in time. All said and done, it pa
LIV11/IV TT nuvi
common knowledge?testified to by every man
ter mechanics out of selected and perfectly
in each job of Vehicles and Harness, that resull
and better service than you have a right to ex
don't make mistakes if you pin your faith thi
Studebakers in Your To
The undersigned are the local sales apr^nts. We carry
* - *
etocfc, w?"ii oraer anu quicKiy gei, ?um6 jv
goods and know what you are buying, we stake our
on pleasing you. Always ready to show you. Qiv
A. M. HILL (El SO
Abbeville, S- C.
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w *SkL a>?.^ 1L.
.lTw. STOTsT UNDERTAKER.
Now occupies rooms in Law Range, in rear of the .
Court House, and is prepared to furnish anything
in the Undertaking line, from the cheapest to the
finest. Coffins from $3 up. Buggies and Wagons
Repaired. Agent for the sale of Monuments of
J. W. SIGKNV.
Kotice to Tax-Payers.
or the Purpose of Accommodating the Public in the
Matter of Maying Their Tax Returns, I Will Visit
the Places Mentioned Below on the Dates
Indicated in Schedule.
ALL RETURN8 MUST BE MADE UNDER OATH, AND ALL PERnal
property returned at its true market value. '
Persons not making their returns between January 1st, 1904, and February
fch, 1904, are liable to a penalty of 50 per cent. This penalty will be enforced
;ainst delinquents; for the failure to enforce it heretofore has put a premium
i neglect of the law. . ?
The returns of those who conform to the law are placed before the Towniips
aud County Boards, while those who disregard the law come in after the
eetingof the Boards and return to suit themselves. The enforcement of
lis 50 per cent, penalty win uorreui. cms c?*i.
Employers are requested to return all their employees after notifying them
id gettiug a statement of their property. 4 '
Returns will not he taken by mail unless tbey are sworn to before some
oper officer. This does not apply, however, to persons returning only land
All improvements on the transfers of real estate must be reported to the
[y Appointments Are as Follows :
Calhoun Falls, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 19 and 20.
Lowndesville, Thursday and Friday/January 21 and 22.
Mt. Carmel, Monday aud Tuesduy, January 25 and 26.
VVillington, Wednesday, January 27.
Bordeaux, Thursday, January 28.
McCormick, Friday and Saturday, January 23 and 30.
Due West, Monday and Tuesday, February 8 and 9.
'Donalds, Wednesday and Thursday, February 10 and 11.
Office open from January 1st to February 20th, inclusive.
. R. E. COX, Auditor.
jring Great Bargains in Merchandise. His
imense, and having bought the most of
^ is in position to name exceedingly
timp! to huv Cotton Goods.
V* 1J uuv/ ^
;es. If there is any advance it is
and this is in ;the face of the
ranced from 5 to 0 cts. a pound.
ALL are invited to come and get the
bargains while they last. During
year upon which we have just entered
no pains will be spared to induce a
continuance of the patronage so generously
bestowed upon me last year. With the
aid of my patrons, which are numbered
by the thousand, I was enabled to do in
1903 the largest business I have done in
ten years. It is my aim to make the business
of 1904 larger still. This can be
done easily with the co-operation and help
of my friends and customers.
ititiide the support given ine by a gene- ,
people among* whom I was born ana
in the future I will strive all the
icure a continuance of their
d THE FARMERS !
stting and ~ ' !?mm ?dm
75 ^ bU}'
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A New Scicnliftc Discovery
> for the
BLOOD and NERVES. ;
It purifies the blood by eliminating the
tvaste matter and other impurities and by -. >l(
destroying the germs or-?microb?s that
infest the blood. It builds up the blood
by reconstructing and multiplying the red
corpuscles, making the blood rich and red
It restores and stimulates the nerves, .>
causing a lull free flow of nerve force ;
throughout the entire nerve system. It , J
speedily cures unstrung nerves, nervousness,
nervous prostration, and all other
diseases of the nervous system.
RYDALES TONIC is sold under a posi- ^
Trial size 50 cents. family size $(.00 - /
.. 'v ; ' -isxMANUFACTURED
.BY ; fv
The Radical Remedy Ccmffaqy,
HICKORY. N. O.
C. A. MILFORP.
We are Sole Agents here for
The most famous Cod Ifiver Oil pre-L
paratiou kuowa to medicine. . i, '
Contains ALL the medicinal ele*~
ments of cod liver oil, actually taken
from fresh cod's JiverB, but not a drop
of oil. ' "
Delicious to the taste and recognized
throughout the world as the greatest
for old people, weak, sickly women /'$
and children, nursiug mothers and af- ,\? ^
ter a severe nickneas. , . . [''v V
Cures Hacking Coughs, Chronic
Colds, Brouchiiifl and all Throat add
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an appetite a?d to make thode. Who
are too ibin, fat, ro-y and bealthy.
Try it on our gqaratiteevto return
your mouey if you are not satisfied.
Speed's Drufe Store:
Seaboard Air Lias Railway.
Double dully en-vice btftw#oii New-Tock. Tamp*
I Ailaula, New Orlram and pofntt Sooth ?na Weat. "
In Effect April 13,1803. I ?'??
80UTHWABD. Dftfly Dall j
No. 61. No. 97 M
Lv New Fork, P. B. It ... l*VtS pm 1* iO 1
Lv Philadelphia, P. B.B.... 8 29 pm 7*0 am '
l.v Baltimore, P. B. It.. 5 45 pm 9 ?4 ?m
Lv Washington, W. B. Ry_... 7 00 pm 10 40 am .
Lv Richmond, 8. A. L. Ky_... 10 86 am , 2 lf> pm
l.v Petersburg 14 It 17??n . i.Bl p ? f
l.v Norllna u 1 85 am 6 Li pm
Lv Henderson " 2 22 am 5 OH pm ' "
Lv Ralegh ' M 4 00 am T^pta" :- .
Lv Southern Pines f . , 6 00, m ^ 9 86 pm
Lv Hamlet " 7 25 am- 10 40 pm
Lv Columbia! " v Ml' 00 am 12 6S am
Ar Savannah " 2 20 pm 6 05 am
Ar Jacksonville, ** 6 50'pm ^ 9 lSam ;''
Ar St. Augustine - . . . *. 1- 55 am
ArTtropa *"" ~ 6 45a'm -6 00 pm
No. 88 No. 41
Lv New Tnrk, S,Y V. * N..:-f 7 65 ?m 8 65 pm
Lv Philadelphia' " ...... 10 16am H ?1 pm /, s/
Lv New Yorfc.O l?.8.Co...t 8 00pm
Lv Baltimore B.8.t'.O" ? ... tAMpm ,
Lv W a.hlncton, N. *ff .8 B... , 6 HO pm
Lv PiT'amouth, 8. A.L.By_... y 0o pin ? 25 am
Lv Weldori " 1145 am 1156 em
LvNoillna " 160 am 140pib'
l.v Henderaon u 2 24om 4 10pm VLv
Kalei?h u 4 00 am 4 00 pm
l.v Southern Pines " 6 00 am \ 6 16 pm
Lv Hamlet * : 7 80 am IQ.Wpm
I.v Wilmington " 8 OU pw ,
Ar lharl?tta "'.7 10 08 *m 10 45 pm
Lv Cheater H 10 25 pm 1 36 pin
Lv Greenwood u 12 83 pm 8 43?m
Lv Atbena . M 2 50pm 6t?am,
Ar At'nnta t " 4 80 pm '8 60*18/
Ar Auguata, U. JeW 0 5 20 pm ? , 1
Al- M?con, (;. of G*....~...... T 20 .am 11 35 am :
Ar Montgomery, i.4W,P..IM, 9 20 urn *. 8So am Ar
Mobile, L.?fc N.?.._ 2ft5*tn ......... ;
\i Ni-w Orleans, L.AN........ 7 16pm ......
Ar Na?hviile. N.C.ARtX...... 8-40*m 6 55 pal
Ar Memphis ........ 8 46 pm *>. 8 *Sam
NORTHWARD. D?lly Dally .
No. 81 No.8a. -rh
Lv Memphis, N.C.AStL ... 12 45n'n 8 0Q.pi?. u;, '
Lv Nai>h~llle .. 8 3u pnr > 30MT^
Lv New OrU.ms. L. AN ....... 8 15,pm , ...........
Lv Mobile, L &N....... 12 40 am
Lv Montitomery, A.&W.P.,?. 6 4oam 100 pm
Lv Macon, C. of Ga 8 00 am 4 20pm Lv
Ai)itu"ta, C.A W.G ...... 10 10 am .
Lv Atlanta,$8^U.?.R7i7..?... 12 OOn'n 8 10 pm
Ar Atheo# u 2 6T pm 1125 pm
Ar Greenwood u 5 15 pm , 2 i>5am
Ar Cheater 7 17 pm ' 4 TO am
Lv I'liarlotte j[ 7 25 pm 6
Lv Wlimliigton w . 3 80 pm
Lv Hamlet" " 10 80pm ' TQ|*m
Lv Southern Piaes u? 1118 pm 8 4?*a>;
Lv Raleigh w 125 am 11 W?m
Lv Henderson ' " 2 59 tm li Wjpm
Lv Norllna " 8 49 am 1 45(to
Lv Weldon . " 5 05 am 8 00 pm r Jt.
Ar Portsmouth M 8 00 am 5 86 tm :
Ar Washington, N.tWj B... ............ 0 60 am
Ar Baltimore. B.S.P.Co......... 80 ailfAr
New York. O.D.S.B.Oo t3 00pm
Ar P ni i~a< I e 11 > h la,~N.y7p.4N ... +5 ?6 pn< 6 10 nn
Ar New York " 8 15 ym 8 00 am '
Lv Tampa SA.L.By 9 00 pm 8 50 am "
Lv Si. AUL'nstine " 5 40 am 6 <0 pm ( v
Lv Jacksonville u 8 45 am 7 6o pm
Lv Savannah " 1 16 pm 1210 am
Lv Columbia J " 6 85 pm 6 80 am
Lv Hamlet .u 10 80 pm 8 55 am
Lv Sou'hern Pines" 1118 pm 9 45 am '\
Lv Raleigh * 1 *5am 1160?m
Lv Henderson . " 2 C8 am 1 10 pm
Lv Norllna " 8 40 am 165 pm
Lv Peter ?bur? " 5 49 am 4 09 pm
ArBlcbmond " 6 85 am 4 65 pm ' '?
Ar W&shlnston. W. 8. By 10 10 sm 8 86 pm ;
Ar Fsltlinore, P. K R 11 52 am 11 25 pn.
Ar Philadelphia, P. K. B 1 8?pm 2 26 am
Ar Ne* York, P. R.B 4 15 pm 6 80 am
Note"?t Dally-except Sunday, t Central Time
I Eastern Time.
G. H. FULLER, Local Agent
Abbeville, 8. C? April 10, 1003.
Charleston and Western Caroilaa fi. it
Angnsta and Asheville Short Line.
Schedule In effect August 1, 1908.
Lv Greenwood......12 44 pm
Lv Laurens 2 0? pin
&r Greenville 3 25 pm
4r Spartanburg 8 SO pm
Lv Spartanburg (So.).. 3 40 pm
Lv Hendersonville 6 11 pm
\r Asheville 7 15 pm
Lv Adhevilie (So. Ky.)? 7 05 am
\r Hendersonvllle 8 05 am
ir Spartanburg ....10 25 am
Lv S|iurtanb'g (C<fcWC)12 01 pm
Lv Greenville... 12 15 pm
Lv Laurens 1 55 pm
\r Greenwood 2 51 pm
L.v Greenwood 2 51 pm
\r McCormlck 8 40 pm ,
Lv McCormlck 8 40 pin 9 50 am 4- 42 pm
Vr Anderson 7 10 pm
ir Aueu*la 5 20 pm 1140 am
Ir lieuntort '6 80 pm * * "j
ir Port Hoyal 6 45 pia
-v Port K?yal 7 05 am
Lv Beiafort 7 15 am
Ir Augusta 12 20 pm i
v Angus a 10 10 am 2 55 pm
.v Anderson 7 35am
lr McCormlck 11 52 am 4 40 pm 9 50 am
-V MeCormick.... 11 ?2 am .
Ir Greenwood 12 41 pin
> Greenwood 12 44 pin .
Li Ijiureiia 1 45 pm
,v Loured#, C. X. A L. 2 02 pm
Lr Clin'on 2 22 pm
ir Newberry 8 10pm
Lr ('"luiiibia 4 10 pm
?v Columbia, A. 0. L... 4 411 pin "j
ir Charleston 9 35 pm
,v Cimrleaton, A.C. L... 7 00 am
ir i'iiiiiini'i'i 11 ?>uu.
.v Columbia, C. N.&L.ll 25auj v i
,v NfwlK'rry 12 40 pm
,v Clinton 1 -SO pm
,v I.auri-ns. (J. & W. C 1 55 pin
r Givenwood 2 51 pin i
Through ti-iiiu service bo; ween Augusta and CDa
For Information relative to rate*, etc., apply to
B. fTEELE. 17. T. A., Anderson, S. C,
GEO T BKYAN, G. A.. Greenville, 8. 0.
EKNEST WILLIAMS, Gen. Pa<a, Agt.,
. M. EMEBSON, Trafllc Manager.