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heath of it Cliiltl.
Mr. ?tili Mrs. It. I.. W?lfl have
sympathy of nil their nit ndi I ml
(luninluuces in iho (loath of their I
I wii yea r old girl. Mettle I.OU W 1
which occur rod last Friday nlghi
Iho family rcHidciice. The little
WtlB ill ??n!y a day ?.i 1so, Its death
in;; the resit 11 of membraneous ? n
Saturday afternoon the burial sei
WU8 hold III 1 he citj 1 eim It .
was attended by numerous Iii.
What Would Van Dui
In ease of a hunt <>r Scuhl w
would you do to relieve the p.
Such Injuries are liable >?? occur
itny family ami everyone should
j>: cpared for 1 hem, Chambi rin
Salve applied on a soft cloth \yill
li< vo the pain almost in jluittl) .
unless the injury i< a wr\ severe <
Will ' Iltis?! t he pa: is to hO 11 Vvltl
leaving a scar. For sale by I.am
\\ eck .1 urors.
rood week of civil
. . '\ einlx !? SM Ii. i'or
? ii'oi's have boon
Harris, K. T. Shell,
lol ii I*-. OwingS, .1. T.
:'.: lor. \.\ is. Aber
? Walk Ins, '.V. A. Gar
uilieioWn r. (iitl'p.
nii-s i; . Wright. W. I?. Moltt
I.. 1). .\i : .,ii \. W, Ii. Nash.
will W. II. Dryson, ,1. It. Pul
W. ,M. Milled, S. A. Lcaiunh, S. T.
1 \. i oopcr, Toy A. i >rum
-!. Stewart, 1'. II. Cooper,
i' w. Piuloy, W. ii. Hud
-i. u. o. I lairs ton, I.
1 . Power, (). l*. Goodwin,
v.. .\. Baldwin, G. B. Tay
nil i,t it. c. Check.
? W. \. Anderson.
THE (NHL FROM MISSOURI.
v ii Excellent l'liiy in the Cltj Opera
House Wcditcsdtt) Night.
"The Oirl from Missouri," that
Western comedy-drama which is n?
appear at the opera house en Wed
nesday, Nov. -Ith, Is In a class by it
self. Mi/.zoury, the heroine, is a de
lightful, breezy character hailing from
that celebrated state whoro you have
to "show im?." ami her father, the
shoiiff, is the typical whole hearted
Mlssourian, straight-forward ami hon
est. The play is wholly original in
theme and novel treatment. Unlike
I most dramas of the west, the shooting
is conspicuous by its absence. Not
withstanding this the play bristles
with stirring climaxes, and the solu
tion of the story holds one in sus
ponse until the final curtain. No one
j who enjoys a line, wholesome, refined
play, in which comedy and pathos
j blend, should miss seeing "The Girl
. from Missouri."
, been exceedingly short in (his com
munity, 0VO1I shorter than was at first
Ml*. Martin Mahaffey who has been
quite ill is reported as being some
what better at present.
The school opens at Italian Nov.
2nd, Miss .lanie Gnrlington of Colum
' bin, teacher.
I We are very glad Indeed to Know
I that Rev. Mr. Watson has decided to
'labor on in this community. Mr.
' Watson is a good preacher, a true
friend, and a man tilled with the lovo
of Cod. and Rabun would be sorry to
to lose him.
Several went from this vicinity to
the Piedmont fair at Greenville last
week, among them was your corros
pendent and Messrs. Vance and llas
kcll Cray, Archie Owens. Ralph Mar
tin. Guy and Martin Rabb.
Mrs. .1. W. Reason has ben unite ill
witii rheumatism but is reported much
Mr. Mellie Abercrombie is sick at
bis borne near Hickory Tavern, be is
threatened with fever.
\ll persons holding claims against
i he estate of w. p. Caiae. deceased,
are hereby notified and required to
present the same, duly attested, for
! payment on or before the 1st day of
j December, a. l>. 1008, t<> ihe under
signed as administrate of the estate
of w. p. Cnine, deceased, <>r be for
The Nous at ltd till II,
Rabun, Oct. HI.
XOTH'H TO < RKIHTORS.
Greenville, s C.
I Dining: Room
Consisting of a
beautiful line of
Chairs and Side
boards. Made of
the best quality
of material in
and sizes, beauti
fully finished, at
prices that will be
money saved for
you if you will see
our line before you
All $1.00 Broad Cloths will be sold at
All rj< ic It road Cloths will bo sold at
VVc have .1 fine line ? >i e iKh
hurry <?? they will .ill be gom .
d you will have l<>
A big line lfaiiey Suitings, all stripes and plaids. Out
?joe goods, specials while they last 29c.
All six* and seven ceill Calicos going at
Vard wide .Sea Island worth 6 i-2c, our special while
1 I ? -1 White 1 loinespnn
51 inch repellent Cloths for Suits, Cloaks and Skill
All 13c Wool Shcllies going ;il
27 inch Flannel Waislings worth |o ,onrsp ial
(iood C<>lton Checks
And lots of other thinurs too nniuerous t'? m 111.
^ Visit our Store from now until Christmas and save money. On all purchases of $5.oo
|? or over we will give a cash discount of 10 per cent.
Our Cloak Department is full of Bargains, give us a look and
we will do the rest.
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