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* (ON V1CTUS AN THIE ROAS. *
To the Editor of thc News anl Cour
Ahor e. anl editorial whi-:h a;meartfl
I yci ri palper a few%' v.tecks ago the Ik re
alparer this leadilne: ".\rv Chail
Ganig.; \ !se?" Thwn lt- article, coil
Unnuing, <Iuloteul fromn thel, Ahheville
Pres~s arnd liannerol to the e4fect that
collvitstrs at p rrSVnt as ust'l ui poll the'
public roads Iin .\bbeville couinty wvere
extravagantlly expln:,ive, ai:, ( thitt
ill<?ir wor k resillIti'd ill 110 profitit > "
ativan3 ige to Ihe (colilty. It is he
lieveri that 019-1e Is a. re.al groundi for
corptain ti a d avancel by the P're s
an3:l 11111nn .er Iili r certainl practical
(uvilitiolS..\5 far as the 1iluter.'.ignied
ha.- her-n1 abl- to de4terrnlinle, thwn- is
nO eConorny. Inl wor-king coniviets in)
sinll artewhere. the e.xpf'-nSe of
Iur( I nii):f 'l A, - ion I e (1 a r. be
econl, :11. anfil aill.an11 if coni% tf-. la
blor is; rnorea p rn.th nra.T w
are Inanly <ltails;I'. Iha coubil be o n
into hIr n Itr In: filn tii :-1If
jetI , 1hat., th1 : v l i I- o % r
tlil'tnid o h o."..ion, u w i
inu i s h .'. ter (ti3 14 o pr 'oi'bs, liior1
'i irt i Jtt i 1 I i icl tn qu t'
"f u :1 i>' e p 1 i1 t al b4 I tI 1
I) .( v: V I
11i :: ;li h-i 1o ( i-! ( 1h ' w ith
he e rie-t. In tha h : i.- th bll est.
u1.4f, hi b . a w,- Iaol of t e- ."
Ivr youl r for 14 bi ir uw onl pub
lic r, adis
\\~h I ton. l ay not and
inI ' a rt 1e' , o otit ' l I':: I' i l fI IIa
bo r !lua *" b4 , v co entrvat11, i nt 1 1 r:'e
workiing: ;)art1io.., :<.1y )roin t I o h. un1. 1
(I r il to li . tI h rJ , ill I re or I i
Inwn inl vach, 1[ an lwhe by uingw t11wni1
1n this na y on) inibliv works, beingi
ex centil 1 n a' .SySternaie,
hen iv 1p11 coniviel labor wouldl
very 41r0b0h!y, h1e(oine :I r tt-a n r
linthi wa~viy l th v ra' n r Nig e -
ml b. (1s 1n
l as an l l*,iehl 111-raIifion fil 1 1ub bw
re identi 1 n'intr.
Thel<!ir1110 4loany~w details1 11
t , lb t th . n', n w ill bt
thee :o r it "tag fox:n
llt, inl 4-il I'o in . i 'w fil, ,titin
11t'ra~var.:: %\h w111xolld 11h41r4 h'l
for thevil tol b iilo h- that1 th11v a
inaY hanv" : ";air :1:111 p I 'll , r
fori- 14 (-lle -, 'N ! w lo 0 --ii . 11h1-4 1111-1'.,
11 i.; he hv d flu:! 11-or, wouhid ht
nit presentjl notil front which the
111at1 for b deri.z s oitable a re
turn4 forl' kI: ep bn , rIli.n1!l
*l v~i ?!,1 n li.
o l l (i n seIa I l.ilt.,.
by ' (win di.; but I I ' r
Coliuibl would concentrate their
convicts on one highway at a time,
taking first the old State road, which
ider (te proposed new system of
Iligh ways, becoies by raime the Cell
tral state highway.
Then this road under co fcelitra tel
rffort would very shortly be splendidl
lyN 1.rainled, properly gradtedl ainl suit
ably crowled, tan(1 all nad1e4 ready to
l(cei e I the sirfaciing linn terial.
Oi tIe other hanld, at the present
pa e it. will be liany years before this
ro:1 will have beel cotpliletf l inl thils
in:inier. There ilight be several Ihigh
uy I ;i t process of Intprov irint In
t1he slate at tlie saine tile by largLe
bodios of convicts.
The counity roa4Ls or- ltIer corln
iercitil feeders to the Stateo highways
Vo1id of oirsP, have to b, looked
afterI, but hiis e(til d iio bly be ac
crPi !;eud clm:cper a In d Tllrle 'ad
of hired nien.
'rtatinly it i.; not interaliij inl this
vornr Ion, :,. 'a':IId tI .'o inlto
Ith va riou- itail; whi . would (f
1/:' i iv s ;I'' ii-fl . ii is'n a it o uip
n- 0I:1 i , i :, 11:1 ppH:4v 0 h i r
.1~ ~ ~~~~h care I frel(iix u
of Iih . and 1: to Iow II 1 co v ie t
niet hie-ia ;r i1 h;hy.d ing
h io ths !In I the di:. of winteor.
whe I it woil oifi I.( bIe.-t to I ry onil
!,(:IIIly!b iln , ,by v in H14 o11 tlh , tinn'f
and labo i 1 n 1 i it . ;1-!; ro rin :- :t ill
d i i " 'I: '. rI , ing ' '1a ri s I to
! 0 44 -1. 1; 1r11- h on ! : r -, - .in ;t
aol 1n 2-of 1d::' lom.t' 2. in the
dran~ir y trn in) operIcI.- onI , e. .
:11 fil ' l~i .. i ' f144 '
Tho forii' ini i..aks .\r. -:dtor
he . Thinkling Ib:'l !;omli planl Ini tl
;, !:: Ie I t is d1i rfv Ii n w h \ tich
Wwlbl bh o t n111 y pro!A!tab!c ;inll (o-(!f
h t:it 11h( f:i lm,'i :iffoird an oppior
f.* hI IIl.1: for 4h he -It r ln o fI f the1If4 con
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at Opr .,(Housea Sept 2 nd.:1
The Logical Store
For Style and
< eWhat we offer this fall:
The maximum amount of quality
at minimum prices--"style as well as
economy will be the striking features of
our stock this fall. No matter how dis
criminating in style, exacting in quality,
or careful in price, .you will find all
your requirements met in our various
lines. Please pay us a visit. /
What about that New Suit? SHOES! SHOES!
We have all the newest models and goods trimmed The newest styles in Ladies Footwear
with fur and braid all the new shades. Why showing Buttons, Patent Plain Toes with
not get your suit early prices from
$10.00 to $30.00 Caeet lc osvr rtynm
___ $10900_____to __$30.00 ___ bers. Patent Plain Toe, front lace, black
Special 36 in. black Messaline only 89number.
Speial36in.blck esalie nlyo C English walking Gun Metal Shoe, .front
8pecial 36 in. Plaid Taffeta only $1.00 lace and low heels, all these numbers are
36 in. all wool Serge all shades 5Oc very pretty and attractive and reasonable
Big lot 27 in. Silk Finish Poplins only 25c $3.00 to $4.00
27 in. Silk Stripe Garbadine only 25c
Special 27 in. White Ratina only 1OC
27 in. Pencil Stripe Poplin only 20C Nurses' Shoes, cushion sole.
All wool French Serge Dress combined
with black Taffeta only - $600 School Shoes, leather sole.
Silk and Wool Poplin Dress the latest $
style and the new shades only -
Best values'ever offered in New Skirts all wool
Serge new style sizes 22 to 34 waist
special value only - - $5.00 Men's Work Shoes.
Big special this week in Ladies Rain &-4
Coats only $5.00 and - i $350
PI Beautiful assortment of Serge combincd with Boys' Dress Shoes $1.50 to $2.50.
Plaid Silk and stripe, just received, from_
$8.50 to $12.50 Boys' School Shoes $1.50 to $2.50
ur Annual Faln POpening wil be
bThursday, Sept. 23rd
A Cravert cordtoa invited to com er.n
OpecEiglis wakn Gu Meta She front;i!1,71 rV
ii e toi~c th$ t8c Our line of stylish
--elafin ready fo v e rcdyo-wear garments
I colleNe. S eis worth your inspection
Boyre s ' Dres SheC1.0t.$.0
$8K"t 125 Boy' chol hos 1.54tj$i5
Ou Anul al Oenngwil em
r* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * .is. Saxon had beenvi 111arii(.ed twice, S. C. Batailion. i was WO1II1(led at arol111( Waterloo wish
heir first husband having been Mr. (lie battle of Dooncahoro. '111 '( 3 (4 i of happine.
i. awlins of Abbeville counlity. Fromits it s15d1Ir and as a private citi'iq
.\Miss Annie lIawkins and Mr. lennet he prolid and Is Passing lo tel' t COUGH A (01
Waterloo, S. C., SCpt. 1.-This com1- Ilawkins. eir marriage to Mr. Saxon.,nal Camp Ground will lave Many fl- 801o8 chtng a cold al
munity was deeply saddened Sunday took place about fifteeg years ago and d witl soro. i was ahout eit. tr sittig next to 011 who has sneez
w hen the news of the death of Mrs. J. from this union there ar- three chil- years Of age and spent all of Is life ed, then It is that a tie( and tested
W. Saxon was spread. She died Sun- dren all of whom survive her. irs. In this county, remedy should be faithfully used. "t
(liy morning at 6 o'clock at her home Siyoji 'was a most estimable woman, [i. W. C. Thompson and Miss -a- never wroto a testimonial before, but,,
lout three miles from this Place. She it good Christian and fiue neighbor. mie Fowler of tie Mt. Plensatnt sc- fakilyPor.tivelg'hatewoDiMcoveryaIs
had been sick for about tirce months Another death that has saddened our tion were happily married last Sunday the best, cough romedy we ever used
and for the past few weeks litt'le hope town during the past few days wUH afternoon. 'ho bride Is the attractive and we have tried them all." 0C and*
was held for her recovery. The fOn- that of Mr. Mark Elmore, who passe1 and popular daughter of Mr. John $1.00.
cral services, londucted by Rev. .1. A. away at the home of his daughter,- Fower and the groon Is a rising
Martin, was held Monday morning at Mrs. Jones Nelson Monday afternoon. young physician of Waterloo, Who is IOnuin1 Etched Goblets, lce Cream,
eleven o'clock amid a large gatnering Mr. Elmore was a Confederate veteran, making a great sces in his choson Saucers, Ice Tea Glasses, at 75c pe.
ofsorrowing friends and relatives, having been a member of Co. B, 1st career. Their many friends in and R M. & . . WILKES & Co.,