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j - New Fail Goods J
Are Ike 1
I Even Berore Our Buyer ||
Reached Abbeville From |
The Market Some Of The j
*-?. iTir^ 1 .T i i s
ih irst Lioods He Bought riacl
Arrived In Our Store.
; Today we have a Running Ij
I Over Stock of The Newest
Goods Right From Baltimore
and New York.
! MEN'S AND BOYS' FALL SUITS,
jj UNDERWEAR FOR THE WHOLE
? HATS AND CAPS FOR THE MEN I
jj AND BOYS. li
* TRIMMED HATS FOR THE LADIES.
\ BLANKETS AND COMFORTS.
Complete Line of Beautiful SWEAT8
ERS For Ladies and Misses. All styles
I ar.d Colors. Some Silk, Others Wool?
! All Good.
i" Our Shelves Are Piled Up
With The Prettiest Dry
Goods Imaginable. Every
thing From Outing To The
Finest Silks and Satins.
We Have A Nice Line of
Trunks and Suit Cases For I
The Cnlleoe Student. I
The Cheapest Prices
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ABBEVILLE, S. C. I
V DUE WEST. V ; I
Mr. Vv. W. Edwards, Jr., left Tues- I
day to visit friends in Troy, Tenn. i K
Mr. Erskine Agnew is spending a 5
few days in Due West. w
Miss Alice Agnew is attending the,!
Linwood Conference as a delegate h
from the Due West Y. P. C. U. ^
Mr. T. A. Putnam, Jr, who is I
studying pharmacy in Macon, Ga.,i %
was at home for a few days last week, j fl
Mr. S. A. Pressly and family and B
Mrs. and Miss Crocket have returned'I
I vjlll ct visit tu > ii^iuia. ?
Miss Laura Agnew has returned
from New York where she has been;
attending Columbia University.
Mr. Jno. Winn returned last week
from a week's stay at Black Mountain,
N. C. His family is spendingj
the summer there.
Dr and Mrs. F. Y. Pressly left
Monday to attend the Conference at
Linwood. Dr. Pressly is to make an'
address at the conference.
Mrs. Emma Ellis Cathcart returned
to Winnsboro Monday morning
after spending some days with kin-'
dred in this sectoin. She attended!
the Ellis reunion at Bethlehem on1
Mr. Floyd Seawright has just returned
from a trip to Texas. He re-!
ports crops good in that part of the'
state where he was, but not muck be-,
tween here and there. )
Miss Katherine Galloway returned,
last Saturday from a visit of several,
weeks to Bluefield, W. Va., Charlotte
N. C., and Kings Mountain, N. C. She'
expresses herself as delighted with
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Camp left'
Monday for a vacation in the moun-:
ains of North Carolina. They expect
to make Sunset Mountain their;
Miss Virginia Galloway left Mon-'R
day for Aynor, S. C. She will pursue j?
her studies in voice for several j R
weeks, under direction of Mrs. J. B. j B
McCutcheon. She expected to stop j I
over in Columbia for a short stay,! H
with Miss Josie Baird, as she went
A committee of farmers, Mr. C. ft
B. Leonard, chairman, is preparing S
to build a two story brick ware E
house near the deput, to store cot- E
ton and farm products. This is a
part of the general movement for
warehouses in the south.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Galloway left j
Tuesday to attend the Linwood |
Conference. Mrs. Galloway expects |
to go on to Hendersonville, N. C.,!
for a visit for a few days and Mr.!
Galloway will go to Columbia,!
Tenn., to attend the celebration of i
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tne centennial 01 the Jtiopeweiiip
church. He expects also to visit Fay-11
etteville on this trip. H
Dr. R. L. Robinson reached Due IP
West Monday afternoon aftor a vis- e
it of several weeks to North Caro ?j
lina and Kentucky. He came by
Rofk Ilil! and preiched for Dr.
Rock Hill and preached for Dr. shrd
Rogers, who is taking his vacation
in North Carolina. Dr. Robinson reports
his college overflowing witk
This section of the country has
been visited with fine rains. The
crops are very promising. A gentleman
who made a trip around the
outskirts of the town, after returning
from the circuit remarked. "Due J
west is surrounded witn a green i
paradise of corn and cotton." If the
present prospects materalize, abundant
crops will be gathered. The
army worm has appeared in a few
places. The farmers were at first
quite ueasy, but the scare passed
off, under the belief that it was not
the regular army worm and that no
very great damage would be done.
Mr. W. W. McDill who had been experienced
in Mississippi remarked,
"I would not put 25 cents in expense
on the worm as my experience
is that they do little damage,
except to eat up the grass and will
shortly pass away."
The President of France fell out|l
Df a train while trying to open one j fg
of the windows. We now know what 11
became of the American railroad !
equipment we have been exporting, jls
A/Tart SI a Rnllpfin
Connecticut is so short of school-!J
teachers that prayers are being of-j|
fered for an increased supply. In- |
creased salaries would doubtless |
assist in securing a definite answer *?
to the petitions.?Pittsburg Gazette g
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Copyright J910 The House of Kuppenheimer
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Pretty soon now, lc
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men will be leaving
will want to supply
I1 the necessary clotl:
We have made g
for just this kind of
Our New Fall Suits for Yc
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daily, we are well h
Union Suits, Men Ha
Pajamas, Bath F
Let Us Get Up You
q hamer" I
At* n a Vah^<t I
VI Hit lUUllg | 5
ts of vou vouna i
; for college and]
yourselves with J M
nng before you J .5
?ung Men are arriving S
xed with fall weight 1
its, Shoes, Shirts, I
7, Night Shirts I
lobes, etc. I
ir College Outfit I
id REESE I