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BY W. W. & W. K. BRADLEY. ABBEVILLE, 8. O.,WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908. ESTABLISHED 1844 I
There's a Suit ant
SHIRTS in all the styles?sc
the new colorings are real stunnir
every fancy?some so strikingly
though intended for her Mannish
you to the Doctor?Buy Now?bi
and fancv. RAIXCOATS-Comt
water?and still are dressy. FUJ
sions?Ties, Collars, Shirts, and
The State of South Carolina,
County of Abbeville.
Court of Common Pleas.
Lila C. Rice and Lois C. Phillips,
Plaintiffs, against Mary Ranson and
A. J. Ranson, as Guardian for Mary
By authority of a Decree of Sale by
the Court of Common Pleas for Abbeville
County, in said State, made in
the above stated case, I will offer for
\ sale, at Public Outcry, at Abbeville C,
H., 8. C., on Salesday in Dec., A. D.
1908, within the legal hours of sale the
following described land, to-wit: All
Kof Ar nuvnol nf lonH ctitnoto lv.
luai uauv v/* paivvi vi imuu ^hv?mvvj jj
ing and being in Abbeville County, in
the State aforesaid, containing Three
Hundred and Seventy-one (371) Acres,
more or less, and bounded by Oliu
Brownlee, Bob McAdams; Mrs. Martha
Hawthorn, ?Paris Cowan, Hadden
Estate, Kennedy and others.
Also, all that other tract or oarcel o!
land, situate, lying and being in eaid
State and County, containing Eighl
(8) Acres, more or less, and bounded b>
lands of Olin Brownlee and others.
These lands will be subdivided intc
several tracts, plats of which can bt
seen by calling on the undersigned al
TEftMS OF SALE?One-third cash
Halnnno in tscn t>riiinl installments. DflV'
able one aud two years from date ol
sale, the credit portion to be secured bj
bond and a mortgage of the premises
so sold, the bond to bear interest at tb<
rate of 8 per cent, per annum, payabk
a'ibnually, and to provide that in cast
the services of an attorney are neoes
sary in the collection thereof, the pur
chaser will pay 10 per cent, attorney's
fees therefor. Purchaser to pay for pa
pers and recording.
R. E. HILL,
Master A. C., S. C.
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF ABBEVrLLE.
Court of Common Pleas.
Charles E. McKay, Plaintiff, agains
Millie Cornelia Gregory in her owi
right and as Administratrix of estati
of A. E. Gregory and others, De
feu dan ts.
By virtue of a Decree of Sale by th<
Court of Common Pleas for Abbevilli
County, in said State, made in th(
above stated case, I will offer for sale
at public outcry, at Abbeville C. H.
S. C., on Salesday In December, A. D
1908, within the legal hours or sale tn<
following described laud, to wit: Al
that tract or parcel of land, situate
lying and being in the City of Abbe
ville, Abbeville County, in the Stati
aforesaid, containing ONE-ElGHTt
(1-8) of one Acre, more or less, au<
bounded by lands of Lottie Jackson
G. A. Visanska, Thoroas Jones, Od<
Fellows Hall and by Cherry Street it
Terms of Sale?Cash. Purchaser t
pay for papers.
R. E. HILL,
a n CJ n
luaaia A. V., KJ. V.
1 Overcoat here to
and upwards dress*
and becomingly ai
)me rich effects in new shadings
lg. NECKWEAR?the lates
beautiful that a Lady could no)
stter values than ever?for less
lining every element of style wi
LiL DRESS?Tuxedos?For Bal
the little requisites that finish a
The State of South Garolin
County of Abbeville.
Court of Common Pleas.
Henrietta Garrison, Plaintiffs, agalt
Elizabeth H- Miller aod others, I
By authority of a Decree of Sale
tV,,. / I T>i_? r? A kl
me vjvjui i ui vuujiuuu ricao lur nui
ville CouDty, iu said State, made
the above stated case, 1 will ofier 1
sale, at public outcry, at Abbeville
H., S. C., on Salesday in December, .
D., 1908, within the legal hours
sale the following described land,
wit : All that tract or parcel of lai
situate, lying and being in Abbevi
, County, in the State aforesaid, cc
taining Thirty-one and One-half (31
Acrts, more or less, and bounded
James Evans, Elizabeth H. Miller a
' j by the Five Notch Road.
1! Also, all that tract or parcel of la
containing One (1) Acre, being the G
, 'House Lot, bounded by Five Not
I RnHfl Tho AKhovilla nr Pnlo'o Ml
;| Road and by lands of the Estate of
iF. Miller, deceased?upon this 1
I which will be included in the eale,
, one of the most complete ginnii
' plants to be found in the county, co
k listing of one 40 H. P. boiler, one
H. P. engine, two 70 taw gins; o
' double press and all necessary sha
[ ing, belting, conveyers, &c., all of t
r Liddell make, comparatively new a
. in good working order.
, Also, all that other tract of land, w
[ taining Five Hundred and Thirty-fi
I (535) Acres, more or less, bounded
^ lands of Stockman, Elizabeth Mill
[ Robert Jay, by Curitail Creek and t
" Five Notch Road.
Ait-o, all that tract of land, compos
of all the land belonging to Elizabi
H. filler, lying weHtof the Five Not
Road, containing Two Hundred a
Fifty (250) Acres, more or less, bound
by lands of the Estate of B. F. Mill
Robert Jay, Stockman and the Mort
Also, all that other tract or parcel
lands, being all the land owned
jbiizaoem jol. Miller, east ot tno jbi
Notch'Read, containing One Hundi
and Sixty-eight and eight-teni
(168 8-10) Acres, bounded by lands
1 James Evans, Estate of B. F. Mill
1 Morton lands and Five Notch Road
g Plats of each of said tracts of la
* may be seen by calling on the und
signed at hiB office.
e TERMS OF SALE?Cash. P
g chaser to pay for papers.
e R. E. HILL,
Master A. C., S. C
FINE WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRS
i FINEST REFERENCES.
-JULES G. HUGOELE
s Watchmaker ana Jeweler.
I ABBEVILLE, S. C.
* Office and Repair Department on
' floor of new Realty Company biiildi
Agent for a fine diamond, jewe
1 and watch bouse. Let me sell yo
diamond, watch or wedding silver
0 wholesale prices.
Have your pictures framed In the best s
All the latest Novels Papers and Magaz:
at MUford'a Book 8tore.
ies Fashions i
Choose Clothes s?
like you would a Friend use a little wt
care and it will pay you?in the "T
long run. J?
Get Away i<
from the common-place and dress c
with Distinction?you can?at
by wearing the celebrated clothes *e\
of SCHLOSS BROS. & CO.,
Baltimore, these are Master Tailor- ^
ed Clothes in the truest sense of J
the worVl. .wh
We are showing the greatest **
line of Clothing on earth?not an- ait
other line can compare with ours? n
Make, Fit, workmanship?every- pi*
thing the best?at prices So moderate
and valuesvso extraordinary? D*
that we defy competition. "?(
We love to prate of our Clothes
?there's Character and Individual- alJ
ity in every garment?but ONE la?
LOOK will do more than all we JoTt
can say ? We can please?the ^
Young?J-the Old?the Sporty Chap oi?
or his more conservative brother?
the big or little?the slender or cor- Saj
Fit and please you.
as you stylishly, S*
nd economical. 21
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HOSIERY?gay and sombre? fej
t styles and combinations to please tbi
t resist buv 'g a few for herself even tfa<
n't wait for that cold chill to drive ^
money?all grades?all sizes?plain ar,j
th stormy weather utility?they shed
Is, Receptions and other dress occa- w?
gentleman for special occasions. nt
ACTUAL STARVATION. "
C. A. Milford & Co. Give Frets Regarding
Althoueh Indigestion and DtimdsIb are so ?*_
181 prevalent, most people do not thoroughly an- re
>6- derstand their cause and oare. There is no
. reason why people abould not eat anything
they desire?If tbey will only chew ft care- ,
by fully and thoroughly. MaDy actually starve x
50. themselves Into sickness through lear of eat
log every good-looking, good-smelllog and 8?
1U good-tasting food, because it does not agree .(
for with them. "I
n Dieting oannot oare Dyapepala. If w* re- j
. * fuae every article of food that disagrees with w*
A- us, before long we bave ootblng left, and find 1
of ouraaives chronic dyspeptics. *P'
Iq We can on re Dyspepsia. We are bo oodA- oi.
. dent of this fact |bat we guarantee a core, '
00 and promise to supply tbe medicine free of all vP'
lie oost to everyone wbo will use It, wbo la not
,n. perfectly satisfied wltb tbe results wblcb It H1
, producea. We exact no promises, and put no
l2) one under any obligation whatever. Sorely. .1
by notblDg could be fairer. We are located right
nd here In Abbeville,and our reputation ahould l0*
be sufficient assurance of tbe genuineness of ,
nd We want everyone In Abbeville wbo la '"J
fiQ troubled wltb Indigestion or Dyspepsia In J1
nh any form to come to our atore and get a eT
Yu box of Rexall Dyapepala Tablets. Take tbem *
Ha home and give them a reasonable trial, ae?
cording to directions. They are very pleas- P1;
ant to take; tbey soothe tbe Irritable atom- ?h
oli ach, strengthen and Invigorate tbe digestive , "
18 organs, promote a healthy and natural bowel inJ
Dtr action, immediately relieve nauaea and all B
? stomach Irritation, produce perfect and rr
healthy dlgeatloo and asslmlletlon, and pro- fr
55* mote nutrition.
ne A 25c. package of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets ,
ft furnishes 15 days' treatment. In ordinary ^
I1' cases, this Is sufficient to produce a cure. In J
he more cbronio cases, a longer treatment, or 8ir
nd course, Is neoessary, and depends upon tbe . ~
severity of tbe trouble. For suob cases, we w
have two larger slaes wblcb sell for 45c. and
>11- 89o. C. A. Milford A Co.
?r' Schedale for Dae West Railroad.
Morning train leaves Dus West 10:15. tw<
The evening train leaves Due West at 6:16. vai
ied The Southern from Greenville and tbe ?xi
3th Southern from Columbia meet In tbe morn- It'
. Ine at Shoals Jnnctlon, two miles below 6:3(
CD Donalds. The Doe West train will take pas- J
Dd sengers from both these trains. Ini
ipri The Southern Trains In the evening, North th<
and South, meet at Bodges. If these are on les
er, time the Due West train takes passengers ph
on from each of them. If they are late It either trl
waits, or runs ont to Doe West and returns an
, for this service. C
Or Pansengers ean also go ont from Dne West rsi
by on morning or evening freight train. mt
lBf Land for Sale.
?o 357 ACRES.
U1> I offer for sale two tracts of land, one au
containing 184 acres situated on waters it
of Curltail Creek, six miles from Ab
' beville, two miles from Verderv and ne
? one mile from G., C. & N. railroad, ne
g and adjoining lands of Thos. T\ Thomson.
Another tract adjoining and con- ft
Ttaining 173 acres, more or less. The
timber on this land alone Is well worth ib
' II 1 J mi Cft lni
me price ssneu. luere mc uu auico ui
good bottom land on the two places, ga
nj The two tracts would make an ideal Gt
" stock farm. J*
,j This land will be offered for sale on w(
u * Saleday in January if not sold privateat
ly before that date.
Terms?One-half cash and the bal
ance in twelve months from date cf pj
tyie sale. For particulars apply to
J. W. Wharton, Ex., dc
lneB Iva, 8. C. g
dg ' ' ;
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tat "M" Sen and Hears en His
BauhHs About the Citv and Alone
Route No. 3.
'omorrow will be Thanksgiving Day and
? rural farriers will be off tbelr dally
mas and have one more day of rest from
*lr ceaseless labors.
Vhlle 'tla true ibla baa not been a very
jsperons year wltb the great majority of
r people, espeolally onr farmers, many ol
torn bave tbe "bhna" owing to the low
ice of cotton and perhaps do not feel In a
bank'glvlng" nuroor, still we all bave
10b to be thankful for, even mora tban we
lerve, and we mnat remember that life does
tcooalat In tbeabundanoe of tbla World'*
ids; bat we nboald Oe tnaokfal for life and
opportunities, for tbe forward and prcisslve
spirit of onr tlmea^and should learn
draw oar happiness more and more from
j essential things of Die, and not from
rely big crops and blab prlcca.
)ur beans sbnnld go out to Him who bai
iwned the days of onr Uvea wltb goodness,
d bat beecr lonft-fufferlog. alow to anger
d plenteous Id mercy, yea bis tender mercy
a loving klndneaa bave ever been over and
>nd about us, uoa oe praieeu ior ni? p roiling
care over as day by day, and year by
Ve wish for all our reader* a happy
lev. Arlall and the Clrcalt preachers will
ve tbls week for Conference which will
iverje at LHprens. 8. C.
'be Clvlo Crab-pat oar entire olty'on the
mve" last Thursday and Friday; from
ly mora till twilight, oar people were OD
5 rush cleaning Up tbelr premises so tbai
en the time came to lay themselves dowD
rest, sleep,;tlr?d D?tor?>'s sweet restorer,"
s unusually eDjoyed, Oar city present*
Ite an Improved condition since tbe "big
ao-op" and hooks aa It wobld, and should
rays, If every one would "sweep before
lr own doors."
lessrs. Charlie Cobb aDd Col Foster Hamiod
leftlast Saturday for Savannah on a
'here will be Thanksgiving Union services
it Thursday morning In Trinity churoh.
I the congregations worshipping together,
'be 8outbern Express Office baa a nice
w s1kji, block with pretty gilt letters.wblcb
>old swing across tbe sidewalk that It may
seeo and read by persons looking for this
eacbers and pupils of our Graded School
II have holiday next Thursday aDd Friday.
Ir. Robert Hill the popular telegrapb operir
for the Seaboard was called to Monroe
t work on special business for tbe road,
'here wtll be Tbanksglvtng services at
tanon church tomorrow, Thursday 28lb, at
!0o'clock a. m. Rev. J/B. Hlllhouse, pas,
will conduct the Services.
llpses Rosa Knox, Llllle Link and Lillian
Canty were among tbe Iblr visitors lo the
Ir. and >fra. undrew MoNelll after a pleaslr
stay with'their brother Mr. Thomas Mo1)1
returned to tbelr home at Piedmont last
Ilss Eunice Cochran spent last Saturday
;htand Sunday with her friend Mrs. John
'be Farmers Un Ion of Sharon will meet at
iron School hbose next Friday 27th at 4
look p. m.
luslness of importance to be transacted and
members earnestly requested (o be prea|r.
David Qllllam sp^nt last Bond ay with
I family and Jeft Monday morning for bis
ilness at Calhoun Falls. Mrs. Qllllam acnpanledhlm
irt. William McKenxts Is-staying In tbe
y this week with her sister Mrs. J. R.
xidburst who Is still qtllte 111 wltii typhoid
Irs. Ellen F. Norwood was l?e guest of her
pbewMr. Edwin Parker for several daysol
s week. \
Irs. W. C. Parker returned to her home In
i Flatwooda last Monday after a pleasant
ly wim irit)uu? iu iuo uikjr.
?he ginneries on roat? 9 are rtllf busy makt
abont their last hatHl as the Heidi now
> about olean.
?ne warm west be r la line on amall grain
)ps, which lodk well and at* growing nloe:hfe
Many friendi MBUM Bobenla Gilliam
11 learn with regret of her slokness at ool;e
and hope abe will aoon be qalte well
drs. 8. C. Link with ber daughter-in-law,
a. Sam Link, were welcome visitors-in the
y last Monday.
dr. Charlie Evans of Lebanon stUl stick* to
i seat on that "reversible dlso plow" and is
Ing the best ploughing we ever aaw on any
m. , . i
?be child of Mr. W. 0. MeNeHl who has
an ill with diphtheria Is abont well iagaia.
dr. Grter Sherard la clerk In the Eureka
tel. He la a young man of steady h?biu
d good business taot?and will, we nave he
ubt, keep things straight.
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rsonal Paragraphs and Hews Items
CwrtribBted by Miss Lily TeMpletoo.
diss Louise Scott baa returned to ber home
Atlanta after spending a week here aa th<
eat ot Mrs. W. 1). Bimpson.
dr. Glem Baakln spent Sunday with
ends In Latimer.
drs. 8. E. Prentiss Is bome from Hartvllle
tereabe spent a week with friends,
lev. and Mrs. Calvin J*ressley, of Texas
snt last Wednesday in the city the gneau
tbe Misses Cater.
diss Grace Smith la at home again aftei
and Ing two weeka in Atlanta with Misi
drs. W. A. Clark, of Monroe, N. C., spent
turday and Sunday with friends here,
drs. V.D.Lee spent several days in Bar
tux last week with her slater Mrs. Moln
?he many friends of Mr. William Graydon
9 delighted to see him oat again after an
}? of *0X0611108 from typhoid fever,
dr. R. O. Hunter left last Thursday for an
tended stay In Tennessee and Ken tacky.
)r. W. D. Simpson spent a day or two- in
>nroe, N. C., last week with his home peo).
Irs. Mark B. Qant and her intereating
lldren, of Athens, Ga.,are in the olty spendt
a while with Mrs. Gaol's home people,
dr. Charley Cobb and Mr. Foeter Bam>nd
have gone to Savannah, Ga., to enjoy
3 ao tomobt le races that are being held there
is week. They will spend a while in Florlbefore
returning to Abbeville.
Irs. J. E. Brownie#, of Antrevllle, was the
Bst of Mrs. J. A. Dickson, on Wardlaw
eet several days last week.
dr. Tom Grant Perrln has gone to George?n
for a stay of several weeks.
'here will be an examination Wednesday,
oember 23,19C8, for the pnrpoee of selecting
o principals and six alternates to fill two
sanoles In the U. 8. Naval Academy. The
iminatlon will be held atClemson College,
will begin at 9:80 o'olook a. m., and olose ai
) o'olook p. m.
Ill applicants must pass a pbysloal exemption
before they will be permitted to stand
> mental examination. They mast be at
?l live feet tall and free free from serlooa
ysloal defects; they most reside In the dlsot
and mnst be between the ages ot fifteen
d twenty years.
Candidates will be examined mentally in
idlng, writing, punotuatlon, spelling, arlth>tlo,'
geography, English grammar, United
ites history, World's history, algebrs
rough qnadratlo equations, and plane geietry
through drat Ave books.
* Wyatt Aiken.
Was she to Blame7" is one of the most
ilasttc dramas plaoed before the pabllo,
it one line In the entire play Is over-drawn,
deals Witt) every day life and is without a
ubt the prettleet storv ever written. The
dlenoe never lost Interest during the play.
Is a melange of patboe and oomedy interarsed
wltn up-to-date specialties. "Was
e to Blame?" Is a play that once seen if
er forgotten. At the Opera House, WedBday,
Mothers, don't give your baby anything
at contains opiates or any other Injurious
ugs, bat Insist on having Dr. ?hornton'e
asy-Teelber," as it is the nest medicine on
e market lor teething babies, and is absotely
harmless as It does not contain any
* i? ?# kln/1 T# le
ittl/UO ur iujunuuDUiU|o ui au/ Biuu. a* <
aranteed under Pure Food and Drugs Act,
larnnty No. 11584. Price 25 cents. For sale
MoMurray Drag Co. and oonntry merants;
or Easy-Teether Medlelne Co., Hari
rhe McMurray Drag Co. has a cream foi
sanlng silver that can't be beat. Niagara
earn Paste Is tbe name. 25 cents is the
loe. None better. Try it.
Bnvler'a IcHnyler's ! Yes, Huy ler'i. We
table our orders almost every week. Trade
increasing. Goods always fresh. C. A.
The great Enterprise Stoves
and National Ranges are
here awaiting you. We are
selling a great many these
cool days. If yon wonld be
free of kitchen worry com*
and bny these guaranteed
Stoves and Ranges. They
are fuel savers. >
Books of the Old Testament
The following poem la irom tire parish pa,
par of Um Church of the Holy Apostles, Phlli
adelphla. It Is a concise aammary of tbe
i ooa tents of tbe books comprised In tbe Old
Id Genesis the world was made
By God's creative band,
In Exodus the Hebrews marobed
To gain tbe promised land,
Leviticus contains tbe law,
Holy and just and good;
Numbers records the trlbeq enrolled,
[ All sons of Abraham's blood,
Moms, In Deuteronomy,
Records God's mighty deeds;
Brave Joshua Into Canaan's land
> Tbe hosts of Israel l eads,
> In Judges their rebllllon oft
Provokes tbe Lord to smite;
i But Buth records tbe faltb of one '
Well pleasing In bis sight,
> In First and Seoond Samuel
Of Jesse's son we read,
Ten tribes In First and Seoond Kings
i Revolted from his seed,
Tbe First and Second Gbronloles
See Jadah captive made;
But Ezra leads a remnant back
By princely Cyrus'ald,
Tbe city walls of Zlon
Nehemlah builds again,
Whilst Esther saves her people
From the ploU of wicked men.
In Job we rend how faith will live
Beneath affliction's rod,
And David's Psalms are preclons songs
To?very child of God.
The Proverbs, like a goodly string
Of choicest pearls appear.
Ecdeslastes teaches man
How vain are all things here.
Tbe mystlo Song of Solomon
Exoells sweet Sharon's Rose,
Whilst Christ, tbe Saviour and the King,
The rapt lssi&h shows.
The warning Jeremiah
Apostate Israel scorns,
His plaintiff Lamentations
Their awful downfajl mourns,
Ezeklel tells In wondrous words
Of dazzling mysteries.
Whilst klngsand empires yet to come
Daniel In vision sees.
Of Judgment and of meroy
Hosea loves to tell,
Joel describes tbe blessed days
When God wltb man shall dwell.
AmoDg Tekoa's herdsmen
Amos received bis call.
Whilst Obadlab prophesies
Of Edom's final fall.
Jonah enshrines a wondrous type
i Of Christ our risen Lord.
Mlnah nmnnnnnaa Inrfah Inaf
Lost.bnt again restored.
Nfthum declares on Nineveh
Just Judgmeot shall be ponred.
A view ofCbaldea's coming doom
i HabafckaX'a visions give.
, Next Zspbanlab warns tbe Jews
i To turn, repent and live,
Haggal wrote to those who saw
i The Temple built again
And Zaebartab prophesied
Of Christ's triumphant reign.
Malacht was tbe last who toaohed
I The high prophetic) ohord;
i ItK final notes sublimely show
The oomineofthe Lord!
?F. D. 3. In Florid* Churoh New?.
S A. Mclnoosh Dead.
Mr. Singleton . Mclctwh, a former oltlzen
of Abbeville county, died Sunday night in
Elbert county, Ga., where he had been living
for several years.
Tbe Elberton Star has this mention of his
1 Tbe death of Mr. S. A. Molntosh, which oooured
last night about midnight near Heard
mont, was a shook and surprise to his Elberton
frelnds. He was in perfect health at Bup.
per time, but felt that one of the attaoks to
, whloh be was subj-ot was coming on, and Id;
listed on Mr. John Dlzon a neighbor, spending
tbe night, which he did, Mr. Molntosh
1 died about midnight from heart failure.
The deceased was a son of the late Co). William
Mcintosh. nnlnnAl of thn Iftth ftenreln
regiment, wbo waa killed at Qarnett'a farm,
where ao many of Elbert County people were
; wounded, He himself waa also was also a
veteran of tbe Confederate war. He Is survived
by bis wife and three slaters, two brothers
and five children.
The funeral arrangements have not been
perfected, but it Is thought that the remains
will be Interred at old Heardmont, near tbe
i heme of bis boybood, and wbere bis last days
i were spent,
i If yon want yoar school books before tbe
. rash, get Ihem now at
? Mllford'i Book Store
rtgtifMio i ig'im iH n ^wiratiwiy?
5 and l1
We are going to fcive away a
Everybody who buys anything
at all here has a chance
Let us explain the plan to
5 and 1<
Tomorrow will be Thankglvlng we won't
see tbe m?il carriers on their rounds as that
is Holiday for them.
Mr. T. w. McGord spent one day last week
with her sister Miss Janle Eakln from below
Mrs. Jasper Smith spent part of last week
Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Link havs moved la
Santao. They will make this their home fc
the coming- year.
Bradley Bowie and bis sister spent Sunday
wlth their grandmother of the Gllgal seotlbo
Mr. John Stevenson spent Saturday night
In the lower part of Sautuo.
Mr. Boyd has returned to her home near
Messrs. Jasper Smith ard Tom Stevenson
made a trip to Lanreas last weak on business.
Mr. and Mrs. T W. McCord spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Bowie. _ j
Misses Beatrice McCortl and Mary Mary
Dawson worshiped at Gllgal Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Norrls, from Pickens County Is In Sabtuo,
and expects to make It bis fnture home, i
Eakln McCord is spending sometime at his i
Unole James Evanr t>elow He will go to
sobool while down tber.e
Winter blasts, causing pneumonia, pleurisy
and consumption will soon be her*. Cure
yonr cough now, and strengthen yonr lungs
with Foley's Honey aDd Tar. Do not risk
starting the winter with weak lungs, when
Foley's Honey and Tar will cure the most obstinate
coughs and colds, and prevent serious
reeults. C' A. Mlllotd <fc Co.
We are right In town wltt* all the School
Books you will need. "
Mllford's Book Store
Itch cared In 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Never falls. Sold by P. B.
THE SOUTH'S 61
Unexcelled Dinning Car Serv
Through Pullman Sleeping
Arrival and Depj
114 Leaves at 10:20 a.r
115 Arrives from Grei
at 12:18 p.m.
116 Leaves at 4:30 p. i
117 Arrives at 5:35 fro
112 Leaves at 5:50 for
111 Arrives at 7:05 p. i
For full information as to rates, roi
. J. L. MEEK,
Asst. Gen. Pase. Agent,
f 7 ' <
Fhe Toy Market of the World" represented
in onr immense + ,
toy and Dolls |
y * * * ' ,
every description. AH the ' ;
aple favorites and the pick. <
' 1908 new things. <
MECHANICAL TOYS, 7
i fact any kind of a Toy and
iy price can be had here. ,
We are specially' strong on
Dys at 10c, 15c and 25c, and
ie best Dolls we ever had.
10 cent* GOODS. v
\ . ' \ .. ' Mx
All kinds , of Glassware. All vj
kinds of Tinware. Splendid
things id China. Specials in
Hardware. Big values in Stationery.
Best Hosiery in town.
All kinds of Brushes. All the ' *
small notions. In fact, we have
a tremendous showing in 10 cts.
goods. See us and save money.
R. F. D. No 1, Lowndesville.
Hod. I. H. McCalla b?d tbe misfortune of
lo?log bit barn oot long since, supposed to
bave c?nebt fire by tbe green bay.
Miss Nellie Bowman a beaatlfol and ac
oompllsbed young iaay oh leiawoa iruu
C 1 lesLp on soooant of hor eyes. We a re glad
to have her baok, bat sorry sbe bad to give up
Mr*. Hattle McCbene attended the Fair in
AoguaUi last week. ? i
Mr. Wwman Boies baa gone to Alabama to
ao"<>pt a position. _
Mr. M. P. McCalla went to Anderson thla
mnmlntOD bn?1 nena.
Hon. I. H. McCalla was In town tbia morn*
ton od buslnees.
MIm Mamie Bowman has aceepted a achooh
near Seneca. She left laat week.
Miss Kate Llddell, Mlaa Bessie Dean, Mr.
George Dusenberry and Mr. J. R. Rhody of
Anderson came down laat 8nnday and spent
I tbe day with Mr. anclMra. T. C. Llddell. ?
r, and Mrs. Gns McLeese were guests of
i - .. and Mrs. T. C. Llddell while fn'Lowndeai
| Mlaa Frances Herring of Virginia waa the
gneat of Mrp. Thos. Llddell laat week.
v. , ,A'i
Good Word for AbbeviHo. j
Mr. H. L. Brandt returned last Thursday
from Abbeville, where be attended tbe reunion
of Orr'a Regiment. Mr. Brandt saya
tbe city of Abbeville knowa bow to entertain,
as they were treated like prlnoeaa and
were accorded all tbe pleasures llue city
oouldaflord. Mr. Brandt says that all the
survivors of this famous regiment seemed
to enjoy themselves, and were asked to com*
Ul|Uh. Etguiu liCAb /c?i.
4 ^ 1
Nuoallys Candy always fresh at Mtlford
; Cars on all Through Trains.. /
1 ? T ama] Troi'n#.
L1CU UU Mil iiUUai a a uiuuarture
n. for Greenville and
envine aiiu v^uiuiuum
m. for Greenville,
m. from Greenville.
jtes, etc., consult nearest Southern
set -xgent, or
J. C. LU8K,
Division Pass. Agent,
Charleston 8. C.