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Press and Banner
bllshed every Wednesday at 13 s
Inesday, Oct. 18, 1905.
j Bnnlneas Changes Band*.
I.Stark has sold his livery business
leorge White, bul retains part ol
}?, and will oontlnue to keep for
ilgb grade stock with .which be has
mOer ol years betu supplying hi*rk
has prospered In our midst; bis
anner has won for him friends, and
ilte wbo now takes charge of the
partment Is one of A.bbevlll?'B most
ing young men The public may
le itme prompt and 6atl?f><ctory
vloe at his hands as received at ihf
LGOod Property S01<l.
E L. Bell and 8amnel Gilmer have
it tbe Black's Mill property, conslsrn
Mill and Ginnery.
>re wide awnke young men and
make tblrgs bum blie
want good work and quick
> tbem a portion of tbe patronage.
iA. I'. HOwle.
C. Bowie, one of the most prosperous
Id the i?ong Cane Section, called od
ay last week.
naklng a good crop and Is getting
>1) aa to this worlds goods.
i a chill Id the air, these day, that
the oeed of warmer cloths. H. P.
d seems to have a line that meet*
of maoy good dressers hereabouts.
>OCKET BOOK FOl'SD,
et book was found by ao official of
lea Bank od show day, and Is now
!Dk. If tbe owner win pay the cor'
tlaameot and identify the purse It
iroed over to blm.
LUABLF LAND FOR SALE.
two well Improved valuable traot>
rlthln sight of the city of AbbevllU
rill Mil The two placts aggregat
oi tr>em la located a splendid dwel
j all Deee?aary out bou?es.
i desiring a Dice home oear the
sis would do wen to call od me.
II loform the publlo that I am preserve
the people Id the most apod
satisfactory maoner, having i
of haoks aud drays od fbe street. 1
ired to meet fll lncamlng and ou>
g tralna, kilo to answer all private calls
ir night or day. My mooto la: "Th?
teat advertlaer la not be who wins pa
age, bat be who keeps it."
Youra for good service,
pt. 87,1005. 3t Phone 10C<S
A. SB. Nmith
Id betlad to bave tbe ladles call at bl>
ion opeiwidava, and examine bis stoc*
ortb Cart linn Blankets, Carpet Samples
Squares, Pictures do.
t glass, alter dinner coffees, Cbocclatt
. atlad and cbop dlsbea, cblna ware <tc.
laldes, many other goods too numerous t<
itlon. It la a pleasure to abow our Hue.
A. M Smith.
Brick for Sale.
area quantity or first class brick. Caleb
all bard If derlred. I will dellvwhere
In tbe city on abort notice. Byoo
see me before you buy.
J. W. Lesley.
r 91C buIts will compare favorably will
i lor <12.50 and $15.00, found elsewhere
In Clothing Co.
Want a Watch,
W. Rykrrd wants the pubMc to examim
nana some new low 01 wiicuwkuu jcwmj
rftea sod gentlemen watches in gold o>
sr with best warrants, at most reasonuot'
ea. Come and examine lor yonraelf.
e keep all the bent and latest drinks a<
op to dale Fountain and tbe bent sod>
i In tbla country to dispense It. Mllford'*
sexton for Upper Look Cane C? meterj
IreM, Abbeville Long Caoe Cemetery So
ANTED?Ad AT salesman, also a nurrof
local men Id amall towns, to represen
} tbe Slate of 8outb Carolina. Good c nX
to right, party. Applv at once to Tb
feel Marole Company, Gainesville, Ga.
Mease note below some of (be latent sr kls
at Lint's store. Helf-rlslDg bock wb>a'
Br, maplesyrop, deviled crabs wliu sbolif
denned milk, cocoa aod chocolate, aalmoi
esl variety known.) raaglo yeast, canne>
Blirs, domestic and Imported niacaroo
"brop New Orleans molasses, extra flu
ftkerel Inkluaud bnrrelN. Give us yoo
er for fancy groceries and be awared ?>
^fact that 3on will gel tbe best. 8. J
Bunks Tranka Jnst received a very larg
>ment of tniDka to be sold at extremel;
figure* at Lloka new a to re
lolllday'aSylpb fl >or guaranteed aa goo<
|he world afforda at LlDka new atore.
iW Wieu:?vu UInun ? uunni uuiuu .uw
be bad at D. PollakofTs for 3 dollars.
alia i^nd barbed wire at A. M. Smiths,
on can get all of. the Dukes Mlxtor*
oklng tobacoo yoo are looking for wbol<
i or retal I at Speed'm Drug Store.
or line flavoring extract* go to Mllford'?
ig Store. He make* them himself.
See us for trunks., shoes, hats,
inkets, underwear, cheese, mac?ni,
hamB, breakfast bacon,
nr, nails, barbed wire, &c, &c.
> place to bay your flooring, celling and
suing lumber* 1b at Faolkner'*, be koon^
at It takea to bnlld a boose and can flgnrt
your bill for you.
ist received by Faulkner 1 car of sasb,
raand blinds all sizes and prices,
yoo need lime, lath* or hair to do you)
iter in g, ijuat ring 166, and Faulkner will
d It atOLce.
[oaldlngs of all kinds and prices. Don'i
let the plaoe, "Faulkner's" on Trlnltj
?t. Come In and let me figure with you
ether yoo boy or not, I like to give price*
I make the other fellow sell you cheap, If 1
I'tsell yoo. If it Is shingles yoo wanll
the mao to see.
'yoo want 8x10-12 Lt sash for your cabin*
uiKner can lurimb ttiem at iDe lowest
ee oar display of out glass Id oar show
es. Tbey are anlqoK-asd elegant Id dea
and flnl?b. Well suited for WeddlDg
mdu. A.M. Smith.
be ladtea will find it pa>s tbem to ex
loe oar carpet samples, art squares and
;s before buylDg. A.M.Smith.
log raisers will find an assortment ot
Js at our store. Rice Meal, Bran, and
id and Shorts, Coin Ac. gel onr prices.
e? as before baying Flour, Meal, Bbcod,
;ai, Coflee Ac for jour winter supply.
Forth Carolina Wool Blanket*, all sizes
1 price*. A. M. Smltb,
ay your underwear from us, we bave a
Ker stock tban usual and tbe prices are
bt. A. M. 8mlib.
have tbe largest and finest assortment
laddlts In tbe county, don't fall to call
1 see tbem before you buy. A. M. timltb.
yhen you see "Avery" on a plow you are
llag tbe best tbui can be made. See our
eoi Avery two borse plows and Mid De
let oar prloes before buying your flour.
lee oar assortment of plot urea and frames,
a will beastaulsbed at tbe prices. A. M.
Only a married man has a legal right
never stops to count the court
'iiii in >
THE KERR FURNITURE COTheir
Store Front of GIhkk?Some ol
the RemnrkN Which Have Keen
Made About It?And Nome Facts
nnil EtUimiitPM of it* Cent.
Messrs. W. F. Smith ami Hugh Howard
have completed I tie work ol puttlug the glass
la tbe store frout of the K?*rr Furniture Co.,
nod as the editor of the Press and Banner
happens to know more ot It than he knows
of other equally pretty More fronts he will
write of the store with whleh he Is hest aequaloted.
The store room Is uuder Pythian
tlall, aud was put lo readiness lor the enterprising
Arm who now do business ou thai
corner, aud from the date ul tbe flrai work
an the Uutlding more than a year ago there
has been more of Iec$ speculation as to what
would be the final outcome.
The bulling Is the store room formerly
known as "Knox's Corner." The rool was
raised nearly Ave feel, giving a story of about
tltteen feet. It whs divided lntoa large hall
and small rooms ror the Knights ol Pythias,
where the Kn Uhis and lue Brotherhood ol
Locomotive Kntlnters meet regularly.
Wtnra rnnm on the floor below, us we have
Justsiated, lb occupied by the Kerr Furniture
The floor of the basement was lowered nearly
four feet, and the brick walls were lowered
in the same proportion. The windows were
enUr^ed. prismatic glass was put in, and tbe
light comes from tbe side walk through
wrought iron grates. A basememt which
was loo dark lo drive a nail or to lay brick
without artificial light, has been made light
enough for a printing office. The extensive
newspaper autl job prluuug establishment oI
the Press and Bauuer is Djw comfortably
And so it Is, that (he building wblcb formerly
had but o.tie tenant now h.is three.
But we started out to write of tbe glass
front of the Kerr Furniture Co. Except tbe
door posts and tbe skeletou of the door shut ers,
the frout is eutlrely of glass. The door
is recessed back for nearly six feet. The folowing
bill of sizes of glass will explain :
COST OF GLASS.
2 pollened plates 84x120 inches.
2 polished plates 71x120 Inches.
Mltered and prepartd for Crane'B patent
2 polished plates 21x121 lncbss.
1 polished plate 40x7S inches.
1 polished ;mirror, uevel 1 I 2lnches, 60 x7S
inches. All for ?2o9 00
Deduct cost of plate 40x73 and
mirror 50 00
. Cost of window and door glass 209 00
COST OF 1 BGA?,
15-lncb double 1 beam 20 feet and 6 Inches
long ? 65 00
Commissions ou sume 6 50
l^uuuie Birci^iaicit i "v
COST OF POTTING 1 BEAM IN WALL.
Carpenters and brick layers 37 00
Plasterer 8 00
Cement ... 2 01)
Jacks, freight aud dra.. age 6 00
[Jse and Injury of 11 tuber, e<>i 0 00
Total 853 00
COST OF PUTTING IN DOOR AND WINDOW.
W. F. Smith J.?. 517 SO
Hugo Howard? 16 !0
Helpers to bring g.ass from depot. 2 00
Door 12 00
Moulding, estlmaied 6 00
Hardware 4 00
\ 858 30
RECA PITUL ATION.
Cost 1 beam 78 50
Patting 1 beam in wail.. 58 00
Polished plate glass 209 00
Door Hnd window work ?.. 58 00
Total S3S8 50
It may be that you don't understand these
figures. If so, we make no complaint of your
understanding. Slated in another way :
ANOTHER WAY OF COUNTING THE COST OF
GLASS FRJNT IS?
Mxterlal and labor $398 50
Mental anxiety, estimated 278 SO
Los- of sleep, estimated 182 60
Total |809 40
Which fully covers all coHt of the Btore
froutlor The Kerr Furniture Co.
A FLOOD OF COMPLIMENTS?A FEW . DVER8E
Various comments have been made npon
he front. We believe no objection to tb*
juallty of the Klaus has been urged, and no
rault has been found with the carpenter's
worn, roe many compliments to me giasf
root would All an ordinary mortal's mind
vitb conceit, but we are old.
But it has been suggested by Bevera'
bal posts whould be put in 10 bold the giantin
position. Such wrre Informed that th<
oosts lor that window, like Mark TwalnV
lollies for tbe country hotel. hadn't come,
md we were not looking for tbem.
Mr. Cromer said tbe glass was so clear that
v run-away borne mlgbt not see It and ruti
igbt Into tbe store, but we tblnk very few
lorsec would mistake'Tbe Kerr Furniture
Store for a stable. Ah a rule tbe comment on
tbe lront bas been* most pleasant to bear.
"CASTSOT BREAK HIS XECK "
((uei-r ReHSnn Asttlxiiert by h JIur(Icrer'k
VimiiimcI why liia Client
Nhonltl not be Npnifitre.l to be
Chicago, O:tober 9.?Because of a peculiar
reak of nature R rt>ert Uaidlner, a prisoner
to the county Jail here, ctiarged wlib tbe
quider of Agnes Morrison, may escape tbe
lentb penalty. When be was arraigned in
,'ourt today, bis attorney, William Buckaer
tartUd tbe Court by turning to Asslatabt
Stales Attorney Barbour and paying:
"Tuts is a case where it won't do any good
o ask for tbe death penalty. Tbey can't
ireak that toan's neck il ibey do try to bang
iim and you may ]? se blm altogether by
laogiog him and failing to execute tbe senen
ce In full."
It appears that tbe prisoner is suffering
from ossification ol the vertebrae and tissue*
if the neck. According to Prof, Stefl'enson,
if Rush Medical College, only five cases slmlar
have ever come to tbe notice ol tbe medcal
profession. Gardiner, wbo was formerly
t cashier, carries bis bead tilted iorward and
slightly twisted to one side. He is unable to
move oio ueau or lucnoe 11 exgepi WHO great
tformud is haidly able to eat or speak owug
to tbe ettect ot tbe obssflcailoa on tbe
-yiupalbetlc membranes of tbe throat and
Attorney Buckner declares that tbe bar'
iening of bone and tissue has proceeded so
tHribat.it would be impos?ible 10 bring any
train upon tbe patient's neck that would be
<ulflcleutl> severe to cause any dlscomiort
>iber thai' a slight straining oi tbe muscles.
Housakeepers will save much
unnecessary worry, trouble and
delay by 'phoning to Link's new
store, giving a list of what is
wanted and the goods will be at
your door in shortest time possible.
S. J. Link.
Mr. Earl Allen Killed,
Elsewhere herein are given tbe details of
tbe killing oi Mr. tail Allen, foimerly of
Iiowndesville, mis county.
For a number of years Mr. Allen was a
resident of tbls city, and while bere maJe
it Is with a deep feeling of sadness tbat
all tbose wbo knew him will receive tbe sad
He was generous and nnpn hpnrteri in n
lauit. and ue knew do limits id kiDdness
and fidelity toward tbose wno were bis reul
Havlag had occasion to know tbe kindly
beart 01 ihe deceased, Id a personal way, we
would express 10 tbe laoolly our sorrow lot
tbe loss ibey Dave suslalned.
He Is a sod 01 Mr. B. Bolin AlIeD, oneof tbe
wealthiest and most itprest Dtative tanner*
ot tbls county.
You will find at Dargan's 5
& 10c store as large a line of
Toys and Dolls as you would
find to select from were you
to visit a city. We want all
the children to come in and
we will take great pains to
show them t.Tift linp
Tbe HawtB bat, ibe bttt money will .buy,
can be louud taibt-1'tiriu Clolbiut Co.
Bibles, Bibles, ol all kinds and prices at
Miuora's Drug store.
If you want a nice Bible, call at Mllfard's
Drug Store. He baa tbem.
Cigarettes, tobacco, and cigars wholesale
and retail ai Mllioru's Drug Store.
? H , :
Get Ready f<
Persimmons arc ripc-your
gun, h nting cl tlies
bv the first of November,
plentiful. Come here a
See our line of
Double Barrel Guns,
Single Barrel (
and other accessions
Saddles, Saddle Blai
Our aim is to make the benefit
oneness of interest, co-operation,
to look upon A. M. Smith's as YO
. "A. M. g
mi.- tot wi.
j.lie iuan who
He who wants Stylish
All Are Satisfied From t
Clothing?Men's Suits from $4.50 to $12
Men's Pants from 75c to $4.00. Sho
at $3.00. Ladies Shoes from 75(
styles at low prices.
Men's and Boys furnishing goods. Qui
Provided cash accompj
Positively no Goods ch
This offer lasts but 15
take advantage of this prii
Din- West. S. C.
Oct., ?, 19U5.
Mrs. Grier Pressl^y mh! children are
expe<ted to arrive ihi* from
New York City u> s*j end beveral
months with friends.
Mis-yes Louise Brownlee mid Jennie
Galloway were shopping in AndersoDj,
last Wednesday. |f
Mr*. Sallie Addison moved last jweek
into Ler new home ou Bunner $
Dr. W. L Pn ssly, Dr. F. Y. PreeslyRev.
0. Y. Bonner and Rev. G. G.;
Parkixon expert 10 atteud the meet:ng'(,
of Second PnsbyU'iy at Ora, this l
Mrs. Cannon, of Camden, Ala., is A
the guest of ber daugtiler, Mrs. P. A.
Press ly. s
Mr.-. R. R.Moft'at aud children, of
Chester, are here for the Gieer Liuton r
Mr. iiuu>ptori Hellatn and Miss An- ?
nie Kickles of Luurens County have
been with th* family of Mr. T. R.
Black well. i<
Miss Leila Boimer, of Gaflney, was
the guest of Mis. Lennie Rohinson for a
a few days.
Mr. Will Robinson, < f Troy, was in
town lust wf-ek.
Mr. Frank Epps and Miss Mabel
Odiorr.e returned last week from
iuvutrovnic, 11. v#
The marriage of Miss Helen Grier
and Mr. I. H. Linton will be solemnized
at I he home nf Mrs. X. M. Grier j.
WeduttHiuy morning, Oct., 11, at hall v
past nine o'clock. After the ceremouy 11
which will be performed by llevs. J.S.
Moffat and R. L. Grier, Mr. and Mrs. "
Linton Will leave lor a steamer trip via <
Miss Grier is one of the most popular
and attractive brides that has ever
gone out from Due West. tj
Mr. Linton is a former graduate of tt
Erskine and is a prospering young ?
lawyer of Washington. The best "
wishes or a host of frit lids will follow /
Hammond and daughter, of I?
Mississippi, accompanied by somejr
young ladies from Abbeville were in ?
town monday. Mr. Hannuond camel"
to visit the Alma Mater of his brother, i
The Hawthorne Novelty Co., will 11
give one of the series of Lyceum En- j |
tertainments Wednesday night.
A contest was held Monday night lo
decide who would represent Erskine r
at the Oratorical Contest next April, j
The decision will be announced later. | i
" ' I
The king of stoyes ? The e
. ' . - vi -'r - '4>r
-and that's a sign to get
and ammunition ready
Reports say birds are
nd let us fit you out.
Shot and Powder.
>, also our line of
liars, Fads, etc.
of trading at this store mutual,
It pay us to make it pay you
17 R store. J
Goods?He who de- J!
t durability. I
T o pi i_ rr
,ue aame olouk nere.
.50 Boys Suits from 98c to $4.00
es! Shoes! Men's $4.00 Union Shoes
: to $2.50. Children's Shoes of .all 1
ilitv and prices guaranteed to please.
Y 8?15 i
)ber 18, llJ05. l
Larged at this price.
days, so if you want to ,
ee, you must come early.
STATEMENT OF ' i
The Bank of Donalds, ?
DONALDS, S. C.
A t close of business Sept. 30,1905.
Began business September 25. UK?.
A L'OTO W
>ai Estate and HaDklDg House 8 1,718 07
'urinure and flxtureB 1.152 54
roar.K and discount* 4?.S48 98
>eu ?ud loans...., 5.000 00 J1,'
<6li on hand and in banki- 30,573 14 11
888.593 3=) 0i
upital Slock 14.450 00 ?
>ep<6lis . 50 033 07 "
lills Pa> able 20,000 00 J;1
ret profits 4 010 2ii u
SS8,5!)3 33 ^
tate of South Carolina, )
County ol Abbeville, j
I. Jas. C. Booker, Cashier of the Bank ol
>onalds, Donalds, S. C? do solemnly swear
Hat the above statement Is true to the best
I my knowledge and belief.
Jas, C. Booker.
Sworn to before me this 30th day of Sept., ^
J. C. Martin, Mag. A. C. hi
J. J. Dunn, 1 ai
It. L. Barmore. > Directors.
W. K. Dunn, j q
W. K. Strlr.ger, President.
Robert A. Lewis, Vice-President. .
Jas. C. Booker, Cashier.
iBison A. Smyth, Robt. A. Lewis, fe
V.R.Dunn. J.J Dunn,
I. L. Barmore, M. B. Cllnkscales, ?
W. K. Stringer. w
'heap Kxciusioii Kate* to <'olmnl>la.
S. <\ and lteinrii. via Southern
The Southern Railway will sell excursion
IrketN to Columbia, .S. C.. aud return, from
il points wlibiu the Mate ol South Carolina, -p
ud Iroin Charlotte, C., Asheviile, Will- ?.
niugton, N. C? Augusta, (?a., ana Savannah,
ia . and intermediate points, account StaU
tgrlcullutal and Mechanical Pair, Octobei
4th-27tl), l!Ki5, daily October'.2nd lo'J6th,ln- It
luslve, and lor morning trains scheduled to u
rrlve Columbia belore noon October 27lb, at
ate of one lirt-t el iss (are plus 25c plus 50u loi
lie round trip, the fifty cents covering one
id mission to Fair Grounds.
For Military Companies aud Brass Bauds in
Jniiorm.-0 or more on onetaket. one cent
>er id I le traveled Id each direction ) lus arbl
rarien per cnpitti. liulesol tnlu same as a- ir
n?v? f-llOWU. U
Finel 11 id 1 < all tlckelp, (Ictober 2Blb, 1905. 0i
Southern K ill wa} , lu addition to the reguar
passenger trulns running on convenient 'J
clieduUs lo Columbia, will operate speela *
rains October 25111 and 20th, beiwi-en lollowut?
Between IJninchvill,Camden, Sumter and
'olurnbla. Spartanburg and Columbia and et
ntermedlate points. Anderson, Helton and
ntermediate points to Columbia. .
For further Informallon, upply to any tick- 01
st agent, or write
K. W. Hunt,
Division passenger Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
; c t '-7-:
iKO. WHITE, JR., H. S. HAMMOND,
We have bought out
the livery business of
Mr. J.S. Stark and will
do business at the
same stand. We are
prepared to do hauling
of all kind. We
also have good saddle
and driving horses.
H. S. HAMMOND,
Phone 32. Manager.
L05.Acres and Ferry
for Sale*or Rent.
~\N" SAVANNAH RIVER, SIX MILES CF
J Lowndp?vl;lf. Appiy at Tucker's Fen y.
October 5,1905. 4iNick
Sick haadache is caused by deran^eDeut
of the etomach and by indies
ion. Chamberlain's Mocuach un>i
jiver Tablets correct those disorueis
tid <ffect a cure. By taking these
ablets as soon as the first indication
f the disease appears, tbe attack may
ie warded off. For sale by 0. A. Milord
and H. M. Young, Due West.
We want to buy 75 good
nules from three to seven
rears old,.any size. Highest
prices paid. Bring to Cauth
:n Eros., Elberton, Ga.
Don't Borrow Trouble.
It is a bad babit to borrow anything,
>ut the worst thinij you can possibly
lorrow, is trouble. When sick, sore,
louvir uraortr anH wnrn -n 111 htr t'hA
loisons of dyspepsia, biliousness,
Wright's disease, aud similar internal
lUorders, don't sit down and brood
iver your symptoms, but fly for relief
o Electric Bitters. Here you will fi nd
ure aud permanent lorgetfulness of all
our troubles, and your body will not
>e burdened by a lo;?d of debt disease.
U P. B. Speed drug store. Price 50c.
We want to buy 75 good
nules from three to seven
fears old, any size. Highest
trices paid Bring to Cauthjn
Bros , Elberton, 6a.
ASK C. A. MILFOBD, The Druggist,
what (Jrano)ine in, or you
an fiiiihb reading ibis ai.d learn with
ut asking Crauoline is a preparation
or ihe *r? moval of dandruff and will
kuuvtttxt flit* huir frnm f?tlliti<r nut A
ireparatiou uot gorgeously perfumed
ike most < f the hair foods. (Jranoliu*vill
be used on your hair by evenlirstclnss
barber, if you will only call
or it when in barber shops.
A great many barbers will tell you
hey have something just as good as
'ranoline, but you can get the genuine
,'ranoline if you will insist for it. C.
L Milford, The Dinggist, has exeluive
qgeucy for this eminent preparaion.
If you fail to get it, it will be
our own fault. A word to the ladies:
lII fashionable ladies keep a bottle on
heir dresser. Sold on a guarantee. For
ale only by C. A. Milford, The Drugist,
Abbeville, S. C. 12m
Just In, a big *hlpu ent of cut nallo, wire
alls and barbed wire?call and let us flgurp
ttb you, when In need of these goods.?a. J.
We are dally ordering and receiving new
jodp?you iaay come to our store wlib the
wurunce of getting wbat you want and at
le rlgbt price.?I lDk'a New Store.
Try one ol our guranleed hams?(he finest
a the market and II It Jails lo satisfy we
111 relund your money.?8. J. Link.
We believe we have the best red (willed
aanel, all wool, at 25 cents a jaid to be
mnd any where?alto (be cheaper grade.?
all and let us 6how our bargains.? S. J. Link
Georgia Cane and New Orleans syrup also
>e best apple vlntgar the country aflords at
Ink's new Store.
<;i< iiii'n I.oonls.
Seed Barley, Rye, Clover and Onion Sets at
Seed Wheat, Blue Stem, Velvet Chaff, Fultz
jd Ktd May at Glenn's.
New- Mack era], Quaker < )ats Flakes, Cheese
id Macaroni at Glenn's.
Ham, Shoulder and Breakfast Bacon at
jest.'c and Alpine Snow Flour?the best
'heat can make at Gleum,?.
Canned Fish, Meats, Vegetables and Fruits
I'lck les, Sauces, Spices, Gelatine and Junkh
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Hog and Chicken
ed at Glenn's.
Shoe?, scotch scle, dry feet, comfort, lontj
tar at Glenn'f.
is'lckie alarm clocks .75cte. Watches S1.00
50,4.00 and S.OO at Glanu'o. ' *
Shot Guns, Shelle. Knives, Razors and
Sheeting 5x61-1, cheviots, drills detuins aDd
'ttiberg at Glenn's.
Istate of S. E, McLain, deceased,
[otice of Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge.
TAKE NOTICE Ibat on the 15th day of Nosraber
i!J05,1 will render a llnal account ol
ly Actings and doings an Administrator ol
ie Kstute ol .S. K. McLaln, deceased, In ibe
tlce of Judge of l'robate lor Abbeville Coun
r at 10 o'clock a. m.,and on the same day
ill apply loru tinal discharge Iroiu my trust
All person* having demands against said
date will present them for payment on or
efore thai day, proven and authenticated or
e lorever barred.
It. H. McLaln,
Oct., 10th. '05.
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Invite you to (
full and comple
the best that ce
at prices that t
REPAIRING A SPEC)
your money b
and at your sei
W. E JOHN
Statement of condition at close <
Loans and Discounts.... $162,004 39 (
Overdrafts .v. 4,845 85 6
U. 8. Bonds,. 18,750 00 I
Other Securities 600 00 I
Real Estate 9,383 84 1
Redemption Fund. . 937 50 I
Due from Banks. 40,365 47
Cash in Vault .. 14,077 50
Oldest and Strongest Bank I
Ample Resources for all deu
Interest Allowed on Deposit
1 and last a lifetime. Costings ud? fro
tested, analyzed and free from scrap. N
V ness or other defects. Jswel tops do not c
Ovens extra high, large and roomy?perf<
bake in every part?oven doors lined?no rc
H oval shaped?no dead corners?will hold fi
I H with heavy durable cast, or brick lining)
V brated Jewel Duplex grate for soft or hard
of the crank cuts out the dead ashes and c
fl into ash pan. Call and examine, comps
point with any other stoves at any price
S 3,8oo,eoo Jewels have been made and
1 for the Jewel Trade mark and the name??
Stove Works?largest stove plant in the
For aoJe by i
The Kerr Furni
Torments of Teltek- and Eczema Allayed.
The intense itching characteristic of t<
eczema, tetter and like skin diseases is ji
instautly allayed by applying Cham- n
berlain's Salve and many severe cases j|
have heen permanently cured by its b
use. For nale by C. A. Milford and H. g
M. Youug, Due West. n
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Plant t? <??> illch
are often frustrate oy sudden break- Q
down, due to dyspedsia or constipation 8<
Brace up and take Dr. King's New ?
Life Pills. They take out the materials *
which are clogging your energies, and 8j
give you a new start. Cur9 headache "
and dizziness too. At P. B. Speed
drug store; 25c., guaranteed. ?
Iron King. a,
New,Care For Cancer. re
All surface cancerd are now known hi
to be curable, by Bucklen's Arnica w
salve. Jae. Walters, of Duffleld, Va., cc
writes: "I bad a cancer on my lip for I
years, that seemed incurable, till Buck re
len's Arnica Salve healed it, and now D
it is perfectly well*" Guaranteed cure ai
for cuts and burns. . 25c at P. B. Speed m
drug store. - , n<
An Awful C'ongli Cured. 5C
"Two years ago our little girl bad a
touch of pneumonia, which left her
with an awful cough. She had spells
of coughing, just like one with whooping
cough and some thought she E
would not get well at all. We got a y
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Bern- J
?,-!-u lilro a ntiarill Slip I p.
eoy, WUIUU auicu nat a vum lu< ~ ?
stopped coughing T?ud got stout and q
i'at." Writes iMii. Ora Bussard, Brubaker,
111. Thin remedy is for sale by
C. A. Milford and H. M. Youug, Due
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Heaviest made-holds heat? c<
The Iron Kinp\ 11
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''The best flour that has been m
on my table since I nave been J"!
hnnseVffpninjr." That is what ca
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they tell us about our flour. S. Vi
J, Link, 4t.
Fresh fat number one mackerel three for bli
5 cenlH atS. J. Links. P?
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son S Co.
. ' - . f'-itm
examine their ;
>te line of ,
elry - j
A "L . '
tn be had and
ivill suit you.
-m . ''
[alty. : ;i... ||
ork guaranteed or
nriV. Alwava here
rvice. / |
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OP ABBEVILLE. ' j
>f business September 30,1905
Capital Stock $ 75,000 00
kirplus and Profits 20,639 88
National Bank Notee 18,760 00
Dividend unpaid 28 00
Mils payable 20,000 00
Deposits 116,446 67
$250,864 55 *
it the County.
g in Savings Department.
Range I ?
> reputation of the largest stove H
iqt in the world and ttye careful U
ntific construction of Jewsls are an W '
ilute guarantee of satisfaction.
el Cast Ranges include A' >'
7 improvement ^ ^ J
eUuicnty <!), ('*
Save Fuel /Av
a par* gray |rM, L fM
sand holes rough- Jj % TIMmf Mr JA
tack, warp or break. f * |
Wonnda, Braise* and Born*. ?
By applying an antiseptic dressing
0 wounds, bruises, burns and like injries
before inflammation sets In, they
aay be healed without maturation ana
a about one-third the time required
y the old treatment. This is the
reatest discovery and triumph of
lodern surgery. Chamberlain's Pain
talm acts on the same principle. It
1 an antiseptic and when applied to
uch injuries, causes th6m to heal very
uickly. It also allays the pain and
)reness and prevents any danger of
lood poisoning. Keep a bottle of
ain Balm in your home and it will
?ve you time and money, not to menon
the inconvenience and suffering
mK ir?5nrioo anfoil Qalo hi? P A. \
[ilfordJand H. M. Young, Due*' West.
Full ol Traffic Meaning
e these lines from J. H. Simmons, of
asey, Iowa. Think wnat might have
suited from his terrible cough if be , ' ^
ad not taken the medicine about
hich he writes: "I had a fearful
>ugh, that disturbed my night's rest.
tried everything, but nothing would
ilieve it, until I took Dr. Kings New
iacovery for Consumption, Coughs
id Colds, wmcQ completely cured
ie." Instantly relieves and permasntly
cures all throat and lung disises;
prevents grip and pneumonia,
t P. B. Speed, druggist; guaranteed;
>c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
We want to buy 75 good
lules from three to seven
ears old, any size. Highest
rices paid. Bring to Cantha
Bros., Elberton, 6a.
Nothing to Fear.
Mothers need not have no hesitancy
continuing to give Chamberlain's
nugh Remedy to their little ones, as
contains absolutely nothing injurils.
This remedy is not only nerfectsafe
to give small children, but is a
ediciue ot great worth and merit. It
is a world wiae reputation ror its
ires of cougbs, cold* and croup and
in always be relied upon. For sale
. A. Milford and H. M. Young Dne
Dur boys' shoes are neat, stylish sad dnra*
9, ranging In prloe from SI to 82 per pair,
irrln Clot blag Co.
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