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Has just closed, and we wish
liberal patronage during the
f tinuance of same.
We have many more custome
from quite a distance areftrad
the equal and our prices a litl
Is to hold our customers?we
in order to accomplish this
before to keep
The largest and b
Some of the things we contro
tion a.few of them?
Gaffney Lime, i
Lehigh Portland Cement,
When in need of any of these fc
Yours very ti
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he Press and Banner. THE I
Publtsbsd every Wednesday at two dollars a
^ a year Id advanee. CapL w. C. Sha
?; ? dictions a
Wednesday, Jan. 19, 1910. Lownde
Editor Press and
As I was one o:
Cotton Seed Meal. rePea^ ?f ^
vvtivii mwai. me gpace jn your
We have cotton seed meal for sale. Will something about
deliver to any part of the city. The readers of
2t 4 The L. W. White Co. have no doubt, v
, in reference to
' mi?b e?j said, that whei
Cotton 5eea. peeled the lien la
Hagen's Improved Big Boiled Cotton. It mistake for the (
is a thriftv cotton: limbs well and fruits of our people thi
well; makes a pound to forty bolls and the Hen law wa
'makes more cotton to the acre than any ute books; thati
other cotton I have found. I can pick one- farmer, the best
third more in it than in any other cotton, best law for th
Nine out of ten that has planted this seed business of the c
will not have any other cotton. No other the repeal of tli
seed is allowed in my gin house. Seed business of the <
$1.25 per bushel. For further particulars if the people will
write to W. A. Hagen, the Originator, tions' that I wr
R. F. D. No. 5. Abbeville, S. C. peal of the law,
9 - turned out just
_ ? pie that time wo
For Male. right or wrong, i
frnno n floe Htrata of Rhode IslaDd lias fully come
Redfowb: Sl.50 p?r . see thati was
J. Allen Sml b, Jr. bgen a tjme whe
. country was in a
C?rnf?a?b, h'i?rt ?nrt d^nr... ja?t arrived, is not in my re
Aoker Building and Repair Co. ant farmers in tl
" 8e?pr#l earn dre?w?rl lumhor an<1 Iwi rare on the stump t
Mhtnglea. Jaat la. Ackar Building aod Repair pealed that they
Company, * privilege of tnu
Bee the Acker Building and Repair C >m- their choice.?tl
pany'e -ad." where '.'Cap" anc
have heard of t
Cedir Po?te for Sale. " iiKHS
500 first class cedar posts for sale. mountains, till t
. _ . ? , G. B. Bowick, j told the peop
B. P. D. No. 1. Troy, S. C. the law would
' country; that It
Orpins ton Fggn for Hxle. of the country.
I ?n getting 15 oggK evi-ry d?y fiom 25 ben?. cording to the
Wbxt your b on doing? I own furnlsb newspapers, thii
vouxa fixb H?mng of select Oplngioo pegs, leit the farms ii
A laJd tbf> am me day tbat you buy. for one do.- prosperity of e
ft l"r* App'y J F. Brad ey. pends on its lab<
. against labor a
Notice to the Public. thl c^nt^y 'fs?,
All persons are hereby forbidden from the sun sets l>
hunting and fishing on the lands of the Take the labor
estate of W. K. Bradley, aud the lands of the farm will $
the estate of S. 0. Young and Mary J. away from the
Young. The above lands are situate in go down; take 1
Abbeville and Greenwood Counties. ? ness and it will i
S. T. Young, streets of Abbe
E. C. Young, other cities, and
Executors. satisfied that ou
R. F. Bradley, see by this time
.cjcecutor. so iei inern coi
? 1 " lien law; put It 1
Buggy Wanted. like ?t wag
I want to exchange a Studebaker 1-horse ev^rvliodv
wagon and all leather harness, in use 18 nnt rin tr> Virmroc
months, for a good buggy with top, if pos- g0(}d Book Jays
sible. Chas. ^ Green burgh, poor lendeth to
McCormick, 8. C. eg tj,at Lazarus
and begged the
* p t amuIi tablef and It is
J. R. Glean m Local*. Dlve8 llfted
All market* have advanced. J.R.Glenn Lazarus afar off
cmtritoied ahead and la In position to save so (everyone wl
hl?cn?tom?>r? Home of the advance. Can ?ave xjniv wnrH i
ESfiw ?D flaur ??DlraoU,J Intended for the
Molaiae* bv barrel, half barrel, kegs acd denied.
cans, nil graden.
Oats, bran, cracked corn and chicken feed.
4 P att's poultry and cattle powders, worm
k and oollocore. _ . . J _.
J Plow steels, ?*ocks, middle busters, harness, SOld by Till
traces, hack b*nd?; leather, canvass and cot- n
too collars, balr pad*, shovels and forks. Call 1116 00.
Asphalt?ibe bent ready-rooflng made?put
up one square rolls, with nails and cement
Garden wire, 3. 4. 5 feet; wire and cut nails. gg6
Garden seed, oulon sets and spring barley. jve*n case of bllr
Some extra eond values In shoes, hat?, ManZan. You a
pants, overalls and staple dry goods. These lentlv by means <
were bought at much lower than the present tube In which Mi
market. A. Mllford & Co.
Carsja o Sap, 5 pounds roasted and grojnd. Thn?nsv dIahbi
Y'?or $1 00 can't bay better. * are Rings LfttlM
Rock salt f >r oattle, * cy, Plnesalve Ct
Uood soda U pounds for 25o. ? A^llforSSfcc!
11 1 1 " 1 1111 1 1
to thank our friends and patrons for their
past year and respectfully solicit a con
s is Growing
:rs today than we had a year ago?people
ing with us. They say that our stock is
;le better than some of our neighboring
want every one of them satisfied?and
we will make greater efforts then ever
est stock: of building
'd in this section.
1 here are just a little better; we menA
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\cme Cement Plaster,
Magnolia and Paroid Roofing.
irands remember we are their agents,
uly, v '
&.ND, PHONE No. 2.
iru i am I
Linn LAW. VHIIVIIII# VII IVIUUiVIV |
The Agricultural Department at Wash
ington has iesuen two bulletins which spe*
Believes that his Pre- oial agent> Dr-Knapp lnform8 u8? contain
j d c u'ii j information particularly useful to farmers
nq being Fulfilled. The bullltins are noe."f A" 52
sville, S. C., Jan. 10; 1910. on home fertilizers and "A" 65 on com?*nner:
, , . ,, mercialfertilizers. Any persons adnressf
the number who fought . , , ? m ,, ,,, ,,r ,,
he lien law, will you allow in* a note to Hon- wyatt Alken- Washlng
valuable columns to say ton, D. C., care of the House of Represent;
it now? atives. asking for one or both of these buliinememS
whau"'iid letins, will be supplied at once.
the repeal of the law. I ? ? ? ?
EifjsaJ&KEzsi T? J?in ?*?*'??
general good of all classes The aviators meet this week in Los Anitthey
could ,aake; that geles, California. No doubt some of the
it was ufe best hi w for the ^fliers wiU join the angles for good
law for the merchant, the an(1 keeps, provided they are good birds,
e stable man, and for all during tfiis aviation contest.
ountry. I said again that v
le lien law would tear the *
:ountry ail to pieces, and Mr. Gary Hill ImprovingI
hunt up the communica- TT n i ? ,
ote in reference to the re- Garry Hall who underwent a surgithey
will see that it has cal operatioil recently for appendicitis is
as I said. I told the peo- mualfbetter.
uld reveal whether I was
inrl T <-Mnlr thot tha ft mo l *
when a one-eyed man can J. T. Clinekicales 9 year old son of J. F.
there has ever Clinckscales was sent to Columbia last
5 bad a fix ^itlfnow! it week for an operation. The young man
collection. I told the ten- has been suffering with appendicitis and
lePress and Banner and required an operation to effect a cure. He
^oulVnot have The8poor is doing well and will soon be home again
ling with the merchant of g??d health.
ley would have to trade
1 "Boss" said. Just so, I _
;hem following "Cap" and rJ n
rom one store to the other HH 11^# F*
s around the Allegheny W 1
hey have made a trade. W Jl
?le again that the repeal of
demolish the labor of the fc| . 1I.////K
would drive the labor out ^ I w f J#
How about it now ? Ac- f I fw?
statement made by the v I
ty thousand negroes liave \ | 1? Mr/L M
l the State already. The m J I
very country on earth de- ^ "V Wt
)i, iwu Wimn you mgi&iuie B n M MM. M y
nd make laws to oppress
country, the prosperity of /^J
just as sure to go down as / j
ehind the western hills. y 7
away from the farms, and i V
jo down; take the labor
cotton mills and they will ^
;he labor from any busifo
down; take it from the Pome of that Jem Flour, ju?*t
ville and the streets of all Phone 75 (o liave our wagoD
they will go down. I am ? , . b
r honored Representatives 0?H a->d leave a sack, an<1 your
that they made a mistake, baking troubles will come to
ne out like men and ac- ,
r mistake and re-enact the an enaback
on our statute books If you wish light, wholesome
lac? f^a^ng time!" and bread' ddicioU8 P^' etcsed
over safe ; for it will you will find that in the use of
18f2r^n*ut!ie !po?u'i. ^ue Jem you attain your desire.
that he that giveth to the . J 4 . "L ? ? , .
the Lord, and it also teach- The Best by Test," and of
lay at the rich man's gate course everything else in Groi
crumbs that fell from his . . Q
i said that the rich man, ceries, Vegetables, Fruits, etc.
> his eyes in hell, and saw Yours to please, .
In Abraham s bosom; and
10 will read that portion of
ivill know that it was never r*i H/TTT T T1T1
i poor to be^>p?re?Bed^or Jj 1 . MIL JLEjXI.
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nour is tne Dest. , . , i
?, , First lot of beardless or spring barley now
e Rosenberg Mer- on sate.
WHI"oon have a shipment of the celebrated
Bart or "90 <lays oat*" for spring sowing.
^ Irish Cobbler and other seed potatoes as
sodq as season arrives lor planting.
. ... A heavy shipment of syrup and molasses,
e *now o7nothm^soXct ln hair barre,R aDd kegB on tbe roadid,
bleeding itching pile* as Spring Is tbe time for fine ?alt mackerel,
pplv MwnZin very cooveo- a?d we have them.
af the nozzle attached to tbe Blacksmiths toolB, anvils, bellows, hammZ*n
Is put up. Sold by O mers, tongs, <?c.
int, safe, sure, prompt pills, ... . . A
..lver Pills. In any tmergen- It will soon be time to^palnt yonr bouse
trbollzed la the salve to ase be sore .to nee the paint tlrei goes tbe farther
. It heal* braises. Sold by and la?U tbe longest?DeVoe'i. For sale only
What is Whiskey?
Here Is the table:
3 Fingers make 1 dram
6 Drams make 1 drunk
20 Drunks make 1 drunkard
2 Drunkards make 1 Hell.
Washington, Jan. 9.?"It Is just to please
the eye. No good can come from making
flour white, declared Chemist Wiley of the
department of agriculture- "You cannot
find any Igreat amount of bleached flour I
going into interstate commerce now.
Every time I cut a loaf of bread I rejoice
because instead of its having the whiteness g
of a corpse, it has that beautiful delicate I
amber tint that all bread ought to have.
" Several cases are pending against
millers, and I do not betray any confidence
of the millers when I say that the fight on
this case is made chiefly by the men who
are selling the bleaching machinery. The
millers themselves would not fight it for a
moment if left to themselves. The bakers
of the United States were always opposed
to bleached flour. They know the flour
was Injured by the process.
"A fund of $100,0001 understand has been
raised to defeat the government's contentions.
And who raised all this money with
which to force on the helpless public flour
denaturized, cadavered, killed and bleach*
The owners of bleaching machinery, 1
Here is a job for the Law and order Lea- j
gue. Where is the Anti-Saloon Leagne? m
Let it take the matter up, since it is out
of a Job justjnow.
That we muet eat dead, bleached flouri
line our alimentary grape vines with clorides
and clorines, sulphides and sulphates
or such foreign delterious substances in
order that a few men may continue to sel1 J
machinery for bleaching flour is the limit'
the jumping off place of civic long suffering.
The worst feature of the whole affair Is
that some people actually prefer the "ca
davered" flour to the good kind. They
prefer the white sepulchral blBcuit to the 1
soft sweet yellow bread. ,
Take a pint of "cadered" .flour, mix It
with branch water, throw in a -pile of inorganic
chemistry in the shape of baking
powper, stir the broth up, knead Into bis.
cult, bake in a quick oven, and serve cold
with i glucose molasses, a dose once or
twice a day. If this does not eat up your _
alimentary grape vine aqua regia will. g
Take a pint of flour which has a little of
the heart left in it, unbleached, add to this
buttermilk and soda, make and bake biscuit
of it and you have good bread.
Southern people eat tons of molassesPure
molasses are likely to sour in hot
weather. Glucose never sours. Manufactures
mix molasses and glucose in order to .
get a combination which will taste sweet J
and which will not sour in warm weather.
What is glucose?
Glucose is a chemical compound, half of
which comes from PlutJo's work shop and
half from starch.
Experiment: Take a test tube of ordinary
siae put in it a spoonful of starch, cover
with concentrated sulphuric acid and boil
over an alcohol lamp. Notice the change.
What was once starch, and acid that
would eat up a ten-penny nail, now Is a
viscous, clear, sweetish fluid, known as
glucose .\ Some liars call It corn syrup but m
Its glucose. It will not sour, beoome
tainted, or swell up, It Is glucose.
i ou Know wnat starcn is ana you Know
that sulphuric acid Is made from Are and "
brimstone with the addition of water. (
Would you imagine glucose a fit article
for daily food? Yet the most of our molasses
have more or less gluoose In them. ~
We need somebody to look after us, to
look after our diet. We have been and are
still in a sw'ivit over what we drink, but no
one is exercised over what we eat. Pela- n
gra, trichinae, cholera, dysentery, pto- p
maine, | indigestion, appendicitis, ect? are Q
oaused by what we eat. e
A greenhorn once yoked himself with a n
bull. The bull not liking his yoke mate ^
proceeded to leave the earth if possible. e
The fgreenhorn was much exercised In 0
keeping up with the splendid pace set by 8
the bull, and passing an acquaintance yelled
at him, "Head us dinged fools we tire p
running away". The poor public has its a
head in the yoke 'with the bull of com- 8
mercialism and it is up to some power to v
"head us dinged fools" we know we are 0
wrong and yet it is hard to get right. e
We can quit eating cadavered flour at g
any any rate. As the edRor of the Lan- v
caster News would put it, it is hard to see
how "editors and niggers" are going to
dodge the glucose.
'TODAY IS LEFS BIRTHDAY. g
Washington, Jan. 14.?Official recognition
in a limited way of the birthday of
Gen. liohertE Lee is to hft civen hv the
treasury department. The anniversary of
the birth of the famous Confederate soldier
falls on January 19 and the collector
of customs at Newport News, Va., has
been authorized to close his office on that f
dav for as long a time as public business
will permit. The honor paid Gen. Lee's
memory is an uunsual one: it rarely, if
ever happens that a public office is closed
on the occasion of the celebration of birth- i'
days of noted Americans, except, of course t
where regular legal holidays provide for it. t
It is a little remarkable that Gen. Lee v
should thus be honored. Of course-wo of
the South know Gen. Lee, but-the eyes of ^
North are holden. * r
In all history no character stands out
with less tarnish or more luster, with less 1"
guile or more simplicity, with less artifice
or more candor, with less fear or more v
bravery, than that of Lee. <We
all love him.
>Ve need no orders to commemorate his 0
memory, for his image has been set up
among our household gods, and his deeds *
and his life are ever fresh in our minds. ^
We have woven about his brow a crown of c
acanthus, and placed his image in the Statuary
hall of our hearts. *
The name of Gen. Lee will be revered as ^
long as men read history. It is not re- \
quired to promulgate orders to observe
his birthday in order that he may be re- c
Yet it is pleasant to see that those of the if
other side see good things ia Gen. Lee's 8
life. It i6 an indication that we are grow- Y
ing better. 1<
Off to The Good Roads Convention- i
Supervisor Stevenson, Howard Moore, 5
esq. and W. D. Morrah left yesterday for 1
Columbia where they will attend the Good *
This Convention will mark an epoch in tl
the matter of good roads. People are be- o
gining to realize the immense importance
of good roads to a country, and this convention
which is in session now in Co- 1
lumbia Is only an expression of a deeper
interest ana increased sentiment in tne c
matter of Good Roads. The convention
will be in session for several days.
Rosenberg's clothing is the J
best. They are selling atra-M
T T A
*fow is the time of yc
tiful line of Dim
Ladies and Child
- Buying these necessary
we can seH you them cl
and good material has 1
The most beautiful lin
wardrobe and the trosse
and beautiful lingerie.
... , /
Oar stock is complete
even been in our ciiy.
You should not fa
NEW TELEPHONE BOOK.
The Press and Banner Is getting out a
ew telephone book for the Abbeville Telehone
Company. It is desired that the
ew bopk be complete aud up to date in
very particuilar. Every subscriber's
ame and number should appear in this
ook and in order that this may beeffectdall
subscribere shoul notify the Cenfflee
of any changes or connections deired.
During the year just closed fifteen new
ihones have been installed in the town
nd eighteen in the Country. More than
eventy five farmers now have connection
rith the system. The system is in speAid
ondition and the best of service may be
xpected. What ever may be your business
;et in touch with the phone and keep pace
pith the spirit of the times.
Rosenberg's ad in this issue
s worth reading if you wear
i i n I J M li._.
crsonai raragrapns ana news items
Contributed by Miss Lily Tempteton.
Mr. Will Latimer left Tuesday for Washngton
where he will be located for some
ime. Mr. Latimer has beeu at home for
he past ten days, he has been quite sick,
>ut he is better and able to resume his
Mrs. George Rook left Tuesday for her
tome in Atlanta after spending some time
pith her parents, Mr.- and Mrs. W. A.
Miss Margaret Evans spent several days
astweek in Lebanon, with her aunts, the
Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrah of Bellevue,
pei e in the city last Friday to attend the
Miss Jennie Kae Auld, one of Elberton's
nnaf. pharminc vnnnc ladies is f.hn enpsr.
i Miss Mary Sill.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Cade of Bordeaux
rere the guests of Miss Sara Lee last Frilay.
They were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
V. W. Bradley Friday evening at the
elebration of their Crystal wedding.
Miss Evelyn Johnson is here from Norork,
Va., the attractive guest of Mrs. Joe
Vilson. Miss Johnson will be shown many
ielightful social attentions during her
The friends of Mr. G. H. Hall will learn
?tth pleasure that he is improving at the
anatorum in Charlotte, N. C. Though
Ir. Hall is improving slowly, every hope
i entertained that he will be well and
Mr. and Mrs. John Wardlaw of Bellevue,
rere guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bradiy
at their Crystal wedding.
Master Thomas Durst of Greenwood
pent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. W.
: Mr. A. B. Morse and Master Amos B.
lorse, Jr., went to Columbia Monday.
Ir. Morse went to Columbia to attend the
/ayman's Missionary Convention that is
ow in session in Columbia.
Miss Alpha Haddon of Chester, was in
fie city several days last week the guest
a I : 1 - lf? A H
I Ilt'r UliUiC, iiii. a. ill. uauuun.
Dr. C. C. Gambrell has gone to Atlanta
n professional business.
Miss Anna Latimer of Belton spent
'uesday in the city with Mrs. M. L. Buljck.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Parker were in the
ity Friday the guest of friends.
Miss Plevna Seal entertained last Thursay
afternoon at a delightful Bridge Party
i honor of Miss Evelyn Wilson, who is
be pretty guest of Mrs. Joe Wilson. Miss
iVilson was given a dainty handkercheif as
fuest of honorjuid MjssJIlizaJJflkQ^M&
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;s Goods ar;
;ar for laying in a s
ities, Nainsooks, I
Cambrics, etc. It
Iren's Muslin U
garments from us is a mon
leaper than you can possih
?een used both in the mate]
e ever shown in Abbeville,
iau. Nothing more dear
We have Embroideries f
and we are showing some
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il to examine our 1
for top score. A delightful menu
served after the games.
Misses Blanche and Eliza Gary w
the hostees of the Junior Bridge Clut
Mr. Mae McCalJa of LowndesviL
spending a few days here with hia
Dr. P. B. Speed. ,
Mrs. Jack Blssett and Miss J
Bissett of Raleigh N. C. stopped ov
Abbeville Friday in route for Atlanta
were the guest of Mrs. F. S. Link
in the city.
Mrs. Oscar Jackson leaves Wedni
for her home Catomba where she will
her home for the future.
Mr. John Wearing of Charleston
in the city Tuesday on business.
Last Friday evening the home o
and Mrs. W. \V. Bradley on Gree
St. the scene of one of the most de
ful affairs that has been given to Abb
in a long time. This was the celeb!
of the fifteenth aniversary of Mr. and
Bradley's marriage. The hall was
with Southern Simlax gracefully festx
and caught together at intervals
Japanese cedar. In the fruit parlor i
the bridal party received Ivy, cut-fl<
and pot plants were used in effecti
corations. In the receiving party witl
and Mrs. Bradley were Mr. and. Mr
P. Green, Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Ne
Mrs. Mamie Swift flaye's, Mrs.
Bradley. Mrs. W. E. Bradley. Mrs.
Gary, Mrs. Fannie Thompson, Mrs.
Leslie. Mrs. James Bradlev. Mrs. <
Neuffer and Mrs. W. P. Green and
Mamie Swift Haye's were brides-i
when Mr. and Mrs. Bradley were ma
The back parlor was used to
lovely collections of cut-glassTanc
stal received by the bridal party.
Maud McClung and Miss Blanche
dispensed hot punch during the ev
at a beautifully appointed table in
supper room. The guest were serv
an elabrated salad coufseon each pi
glass of choclatte was placed. Ever;
extends to Mr. and Mrs. Bradley,
best wishes and hope that they will
brate each of their wedding aniversi
time and that we all may be with
when the Diamond wedding is celeb;
Mrs. W. S. Sherard spent Sund
, i Montrey with Mr. and Mrs. John 1
Mrs. Mamie Swift Haye's of Elt
was the guest of Mrs. W W. Br
several days last w.ek.
Mrs. J. E. Persleyisin Columbia s
ing a few days with her sister Mrs,
The friends of Miss Matt Cater ar
lighted to know she is convlesant aft<
ing quite sick for the past month.
The Rosenberg Mercai
Co; sell steel plows. They
the best and run the light
After Nineteen Years.
Cashier J. H. DuPre, of the Fai
Bank, has resigned his position,
nineteen years of faithful servico.
He resigns because of his health
work being to arduous for him. H(
still act as agent for some of the Insu
Companies, and will be pleased to
all who may desire Insurance policies
Mr. Author Alewine of Level-Land
visiting in the city Monday evening.
Bees Laxative Cough Syrup contali
opiate or Darcotlo. Ii la a gbutie, easy
live, by wblcb It drives tbe cold iror
Ryht^m and at the Fame time heala irrl
of tbe thioat and (-tops tbe cough. So
C. A. Mlllord A Co.
Simple Remedy for LaOrlppe.
LaGrlpjie coughs are dangerous, a?
frequently develop Into pneumonia. F
Money and Tar notonl? Hopu the cougl
heals and strengthen^ the longs so tl
erlouN results may be feared. Thege
ry, Laces and
5, Madras! and J
K Lanjmcrc-^?mimmn \ mtmmu IMM?w? ^
upply. V^e have a bean-1
jong Cloth, Mercerized |
will pay you to see us.
ey and time saving investment, as ^1
ly make them. All are well made J
rial and trimming. ^
Exquisite patterns for the baby's ^
to the woman's heaijt than painty "
romv3c per yard up.
; of the loviest patterns > that has I
ines. It will pay ^ou. |
n & Co. I
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w?m ittiwii ; I
ill be . .. A
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Assembly of Ftmrie Beinty
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essie Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bradley, of this city
er in celebrated their crystal wedding last FHand
day evening, it being the fifteenth analwhile
vereary of tnelr marriage. v \
The bride wore an elegant silk. much of
jgday which rested on the carpet, while a long .
make bridal veil crowned her lovely figure. ;
The great number of good people who i
i vvas assembled to do honor to the occasion, ]
made tne evening one 01 cne moet pieasf
Mr. ant entertainments thatoould be held any*' .
nville where.'. ,
light- iSome of thegueste from a distance were:
eville Mrs. Z. G. Hayes and son, Master Zack, h
Mrs. w- Swift, Elberton.
hung Mrs. Alice Bradley, Troy. . ^ " >>
x>ned Mrs. W. T. Bradley, Cedar Spring.
with Mr. and Mrs.^f. D. Morrah, Bellvue.
where Mr. and Mrs. Johtf U. Wardlaw,. Bellvue. A
>wers Miss Emma Wardlaw, Bellvue.
ve de- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cade, Bellvue. 12
! Mr. Mrs. John L. Kennedy, Bellvue. s.
w- Mrs. John c. Kennedy, Troy.
mffer. Mrs. Edwin Parker, Bellvue.
j. ?. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klugh, Greenwood.
E. B. Miss Georgia Kennedy, Bellvue. \t
W. E. Mrs. A. H. Wideman, Bradley.
3. a. The handsome appearance of the bride |
Mrs. was the subject of remark by many. One
maids mighty good woman said that she never (
.rried. saw Mrs. Bradley looking prettier than on ;
y tYto thiapcpajBion, which expression,^ assume,
I cry- was-meant .to imply that her-, a^iwler
Miss meant to say that shewas prettJe?:on tfte
Gary fifteenth anniversary of her marriage than ^
enillg hut) whs wuou duo mvi uyju utuoou mm. >
the marital tows. As no wife can long look
ed to pretty after her marriage, If she Is not
ate a loved and carefully cared for by her has
y one band, the remark was no doubt as oompti- ;
there mentary to her husband as It was to bpr? , ;
try In The house was beautifully decorated
them with fresh flowers and festooms of graofrrated,
fully hung evergreens which combined i
lay in with the reflecting lights and the beauty
Clink- of the guests, presented a scene fit for thegods,
and made old bachelors wish that
ierton they had been married fifty years, instead
adley of fifteen.
Mr. Tusten, the octogenlan father, looked
pend- on with the greatest pleasure. While the
Ed- frosts of four score years are on his head
his heart is still young. The beauty of
e de- the flowers and the happiness of others are
;r be- now as grateful to his senses as when he
was younger fn years. While his mind and
1 w?.,o4. I> o *?? fn fKft mrVonf.
Ut?ai 1/ IiiUOb uavc iotoiwu w uuv *vwu?
alebrution of his own golden wedding, and
the sudden departure since then ot the
itilp companion of more than half a century,
11, uc yet had achwft'ful exterior.
are Til0 presents were many and varied?ail
being of cut glass. The number?about
08t. 175?included almost every conceivable
shape and size of the crystal material presented
to the eye of the guest a pretty exhibit
of the choicest articles," but to the
recipients the chief value of the whole was
in the testimonials of friendship and gopd
rmers will that prompted their giving.
after The refreshments consisted of a variety
things with which we are not daily pre,,
sented. The alimentary education of this
> tlie bachelor having been neglected in his '
5 will youth, he is unable to give the names, or
ranee the particulars of the good things that
were placed on the plates that were handed
out to the guests. The guests who
1 were better educated on the sybject of refvAoKmnnta
nnror oanmnH fn kova /in'tatyaH
themselves more or to have ever placed a
greater quantity of the good things where .
I was they would do most good.
When it came to the dispensing of the
liquids the contents of the punch bowl,
which cheers, was served to the satisfaedq?
tion of all.
||U by It Is a dangerous thing to lake acough medicine
containing opiates that merely stifle
your cougb lnsttbd ol curing It. Foley's
Honey and Tar loosens and cures the cough
and expels tbe poisonous germs, thus pre>
ibey venting pneumonia and consumption. Be*
oley's fuse snbstltates and take only tbe genuine
n, but Foley's Honey and Tar In the)allow paekaat
no age. C. A. Mil ford <* Co.