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The Press and Banner.
4VPablisbed every Wednesday at 82 a
V year In advance.
V. Wednesday, Nov. 7, 1900.
t The Election Yeaterdny.
Yesterday reminded us ot the Sunday
Br quietude. After Hie presence of such a multi^
'tude on Bale Day, the public square seemed
R almost deserted, but tbe voting went steadily
qn. And It was all one way. But a great
|S camber of our citizens felt 60 little interest
B In the election that they failed to appear
B at tbe polls. Tbere were no doubt
B some earnest Bryan men present, but
we are Inclined to believe that numbers of
them voted against their wishes, while a
L very large per cent, voted In a half-hearted
B way, not caring whether Bryan or McKlnley
was elected.
n The masters of the Democratic party have
ruled with aa iron band, while disregarding
W'the convictions of a minority who submit,
so to speak, under protest.
ja The fact la, the people must take a more acB
live Interest In politics to avert impending
|A danger. We have a great multitude of anregistered
people, and aB long as the white
people stand as a unit there Is no danger.
But when the people divide these people who
V have refused or neglected to register may
& conclude to take a hand iu politics, and they
may to some extent bring demoralization to
the oonntry.
If the men who are responsible for the
EH principles and platform of the party would
avert danger, they should not Ignore the preIndices
and convictions of their fellows. For
S|ljMt?noe, the Insertion of the free sliver
^TSITk wtBsa an error which even Mr. Bryan
i afterward acknowledged tearlng-up the
' platform, substituting,, "paramount" Issue
of imperialism. Mr* \Bryan required the
r National Democratic ^"^nvention to put the
free sliver plank In lll?ipiatform, and then,
without consulting any ?"ly. be changed the
' platform. Without J^JjPbange be stood no
' chance of electlo
countrv hArl raDnrll. I
!aat Idea, at^e bame on tbat line was
leQfl/mocraticConvention bad adopted
fprm somewhat similar to the platform
C Mr. Bryan later announced, the vote
ijlay wonld have been more in accor>
with tbe wishes of the people of tbe
ire can be no doubt that tbe aotlon of tbe
bltoans towards tbe Porto Rloans would
Appealed to tbe good sense of tbe peoklr.
Bryan had gone before tbe people on
ifagle question of Imperialism, bis vote
d have been lnoreased. ?
. Bryan should not have been bandied
by lagging after bipi the dead issues
the repudiated platform of 1896.
tb Imperialism and tbe Porto ElcauB as
iblboletb be would bav^tQoelved many
i wblob be failed t!o get yesterday..Bryan
has made a splendid fight, and
111 oommand tbe admiration of tbe peo.
or so gallant a fight under tbe most diskDtageous
circumstances. Nobody oould
i done better, handicapped aB be was,
an unwlee and Impolitic platform?a
form which Indeed run Oounter to a targe
wnt. of tbe rank and file-of the pafly at
se bead be bad been placed. Tbe first
lrement Is to be strong with one's own
M party, and then seek oonverts from the
enemy's ranks.
The Census?Representation In ConK;.
The total population of the United States,
B iwb, is 78,295,220. In 1890 It was 68,069,786-an
Increase of 18,-225,464. In 1890 Soutb Carolina's
^pjpopntetlon was 1.151,149. In 1900 It 1b 1,810,312
?an Increase of 189,163.
HL This increase wouid seem to mean tbe pos
slbllltyof an additional member in Congress
from this State. At present tbe basis of reK
presentation is 171,000 of population.
mm Bat U is probable that tbe basis will be
B raised toaay, 200,000.
It Is not, bowever, imposlble that Congress
may take Into consideration a re-apportion^^ynent
of representatives based upon tbe acvote
for Congressmen. Tbls latter move
^^^Luldmean tbe reduotlon of repreBentatlon
Kt^Vom tbe Soutb. Tbis because of tbe working
KgB tb? registration laws.
ES^brewspapers of tbls State bave been urglDg
Bg^Rers to go to tbe polls to prevent tbe posslol
too great a reduction of our repre9HBntatlon
in case a re-apportionment should
^Bike p'ace.
pWlt Is well that tbe Soutb should bave its
Bhst and proper power In both halls of ConHvgressos
well as In the National Nominating
H Convections, bnt there mast be a large per
cent, of the Southern people who are now
H not truly represented in either place.
Any idea that tbe coinage ol silver at tbe
ratte of 16 to 1 represents the business inter-1
^Aestaand tbe Intelligence of tbe South 1b falla^ clotlh.
Opposition to tbe Paris tready of peace does
OHot reDreSent ? lara? nar ??m o?
1. .OT.VV rv* vvat, V* IUC ouuiueru
osltlon to tbe Nlcarauga canal is conto
the best interests of tbe South.
loyalty to tbe government In the proseq
of tbe suppression of tbe Insurrection
te Philippines does not indicate the
ments of many Southern citizens.
8, therefore, but reasonable to suppose
those who are misrepresented in tbe
issues are not greatly exercised at tbe
tened reduction of southern representaa
matter of Justice and eqnlty tbe South
bas a greater representation than tbe forjlave
States are properly entitled.
9 Greenville News sees great evils in
by capitalist, but we did not notice that
d much to say about labor trusts. Tbe
e In tbe ooal' mines caused a rise In tbe
i of ooal. The higher price of coal Is a
us matter for many laboring people in
le cities. Tbe laboring man wbo is foroi
pay a dollar more for coal 1b as effectualibbed
by the strikers, as he would be by
crease of tbe price of kerosene.
e news is generally fair and forceful in Its
ranoes, and thinking that paper overed
part of the "trust." business, we menthese
>w seeded raisins, currents, citron, aids
and coooanuts at Glenn's.
hw rrenu uui meai, imported ana aomemic
H^Br>acaroDl, mackerel, while flab, bams, breakH^put
bacon at Glenn's.
|B Gelatine, flavoring extracts, spices, chocoK^nate,
oocoa, flue teas and coffees at Glenn's.
wSW ICObbls. flour, bought when market was at
R^Hbe lowest, quality the highest, and prices the
B^Bowest at Glenn's.
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Something new and novel In ChrlstmaB
goods at Speed Drug Co.
?& The place to get your glass and putty. The
H^Kpeed Drug Co.
We will refund your money If Johnson's
^^Wblll and Fever Tonic falls to cure you, Speed
H^Hjrug Co.
For high grade candles, neatly put up go to
H^fceed Prog Co.
B^Hwe have Just opened up our Christmas
and now is the time to make your selecMjjHSn
before they are picked over. Speed Drug
HSHBuckwheat. Now Is the time for buckBBBKeat
cakes. Get your buckwheat from L. T.
MHT. M. Miller.
H^Vpin Money Pickle for sale by L. T. & T. M.
W^BcaII at L. T. & T. M. Miller's and try a can
H| Towle's log oablu maple syrup.
Are Crowded
The month of Oci
to make the two renia
*We have
All we want is th
us with a call. Come
is the best evidence tl
No Matter W1
If you need .
Carpets, Rug's, Matting
Give us your
We learn from tbe newspapers that many
delegates met In Columbia last week, and bad
some hard things to say of the Cotton Seed t
trust. And no doubt all that they said was
true. 2be only difference of opinion that
oould exist lies In the tbe manner of defend- 1
log tbe farmers from robbery in the sale of j
their Cotton Seed. Tbe convention seemed
to adopt tbe "resolution" plan, which has so 2
often failed. *
On tbe priuciple of fighting the devil with <
Are, the Press acid Banner would suggest that '
they organize an oil mill In the difierent Court 1
House towDs so that tbey may make money
as easily as do tbe trusts. If there is from 86
to 810 a ton profit In crushing seed, then tbe
fanners can well afford to build a mill.
If the more able farmers and tbe -glnners
hereabout would organize a company to
build a new oil mill they would be lndepen*
dent of trusts that squeeze tbe life out of tbe ]
producer. Believing that there Is a profit in f
oil ibillB the Preis and Bannor will take stock '
in a new one which may be orgatWzed on
practical business lines. TbiBls a practical 1
way of saving to tbe farmer ever? cent of profit
that may be In bis ooiton'seed.
Abbeville needs no more ginneries, and
none should be built here if the glnners in the
neighborhood will oo-operate In . hoping
to establish an industrial or manafaoUiijiig
enterprise which will give every cant of profit J
in the ootton seed to tbe farmer.
Resolutions will have little or no other t
effect than that of letting off a little surplus j
gas. Those who mean business and want to t
get from their own seed, and are willing to 6
give to others, tbe full value ol their seed
should subscribe stock to a new mill wbloh
they can have and hold as their own.
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Fresh Prunes Just received at A. S. J.
Crookery and glassware in stock and to ar
rive. Call and see it before buying. L.T. & '
T. M. Miller. 1
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J ..We mail our papery
* Wednesday morning, and i
* but little election news. | ,
* In case Bryan is'elect*
* will issue an extra and ser
% first mail. If McKinley is
* that our friends can wait 1
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* hear the news.
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Bryan Leads the State Ticket by a j
Few Votes?A Little Over- Half <j
Vote?No Negroes Voted. , g
The election passed off very quietly yester- a
day, only about a half vote being polled. The 0
weather wrb a perfect November day?as
pleasant as possible. Some of the citizens of
the town and many from the country failed B
to vote. The vot9 at Abbeville was as follows:
Democrat 313
Republican 3 ^
Merrick .... 2 *
Latimer 302 i .
Article 1. Yes 2M i
No 40 I
Article 8. Yes.: 238 1
No.... 28 t
State, County tlokets. 807 t
Only one negro proposed to vote. When 1
called upon for bis registration he went off
for It and forgot to come back. 1
There was some Interest in hearing the
news of the National election from other
States, and money whs made np to pay for
special reports. The Court House was opened t
last night, and those who felt sufficient inter- i
est In bearing the news went there. t
No disturbance of any kind occurred dur- i
Ing the day, and everything passed off pleas- s
antly. A majority or our people expect to do i
business at their old stands In the future, as (
In the past, without relerenceto tbePreslden- t
tial election. 1
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Tbe Pastor of tbe A. R. P. Church at
Leslie, 8. C., Falls to Encouraire a
Call to a Northern Presbyteralo
Church in Washington, D, V.
News and Courier.
It is learned that the Rev. Oliver Johnson, ,
pastor of the Associate Reformed Presbyte- ,
rlan Churcb, at Leslie, 8. C., was recently approached
on the subject of hl8 willingness to
accept tbe pastorate of one of tbe Washington
churches connected with the Northern
General Assembly. Tbe cburcb wblcb contemplated
making tbe call Is In a new and
rapidly Improving residence portion of the
city, affording a field altogether desirable for 1
church work. Mr. Johnson, however, did I
not entertain or encourage the suggestion of ,
such a call, not caring to give up bis church
connection with the Seceders of the South. ,
Mr. Johnson has several times preached in *
Washington and his hearers were captivated ^
by the force and simplicity of his manner.
He is evidently a man of scholarship and
broad mental grasp. The Psalm-slnging Presbyterians,
the body to which he belongs, have
no orgaulzed church In Washington.
Fresh Oysters.
You can always get fresh oysters at Thomson
Bros. Give them a trial. Phone 99.
We want 5,000 lbs. hides, will pay market
price lor them. Thomson Bros.
Bring your green salted and dry bides to 1
Thomson Bros. They will buy them.
' Currants, raslns, citron, shelled almonds, |
etc., now on sale. I*. T. <? T. M. M lller.
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I. w.
Every Day
toher lias just gone, a
Lining lnonths of the 5
the Goods,
ie customers to ^nabl<
to see us and we wil
lat the people are pie
lat You May
Dry Goods come and 1
?S, Crockery, China, G
attention an<
< surely sell j
Great Asaemblage of Good Humored
People from all Secllonn.
Last Monday the Public Square was ?1 lied
with people, vehicles and animals from all
iPctlODH of the county. There were few publio
baleR.tbougli t he stores did a good bu6lnes*.
The Probate Judge sold the real estate of
Mrs. Caroline J. Rogers In Mount Carmel,
aonBe and lot for 8840.
The real estate of Dr. James T. Baskln was
livided or sold by private arrangement
iinong the legatees, Dr J* B. Moseley acting
n the interest of all the parlies.
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Chance to Buy Good* at Onc-balf
Price Thursday and Friday. V
Attend oar special,sale on Thursday and
Friday, November 8tb and 9th. Yon can bny
tome goods at one-half price. You will have
Knwo olllr nro (?f nhoonAr than
>uo;uuca?ivo w wu/ ? DI.I* .
?oa have ever bad. Corsets, Sboen. flannel*.
>ne-hatf price. Krutt of loom bleaching 8^0,
?W tban faotorv prloe. Don't forget to ooroe
Dharsday and Friday, November 8th and Otb.
.?w a
Abbeville Is to Have a Place in which
to Store Yoor Cotton. >
The ware bouse will probably be built on
beCabie lotbelow Dr. Killings worth's. $1000
s said to be the price for a fraollon less than
in acre, beltog a corner lot, facing, on two
itreets. The railroad will balld a aide traofc.
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Lamps to bam. \Ve al?o sapply oil, chimneys
and wicks- L. T. AT. M. Miller.
Go to Mllford's Drag Store and get anyhing
yon want Id the way of stationery.
Over Gaiters?All sizes at Haddon's. 'flf
Fine Box Paper?All the oetf tints at
Haddon's. ..
Window Shades?With best fixtures at
iaddon's. ' , 1 >
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for that reason can have *
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54, the Press and Banner * '
id to every subscriber by J
elected we feel quite sure * v;
jritil neit Wednesday to
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Thirty thousand people at the recent State
'air in Colhmbla are charged with paying
10,000 worth of liquor; or on an average 83%.
ents for ^aoh visitor, leas the usual amount
bid to Columbians for a week. The News
nd Courier. Is surprised that: the average
ltlzen can. make way with tbiriy cents
porth or liquor in a week without making a
pectacle of himself. . ?>,
Willington School District.,
IV lUtJ nuuurnuit) uvnru vi ?iMuvn?.v?*?
for the County of Abbeville. '
We. the underplgned qualified voters residue
within the limitsot a certain district ia
bis oounty, a platof whlcb district is hereinto
annexed, would respectfully petition
rour board to form a new school district com>oslng
the above mentioned territory.
We, the undersigned agree that if the couny
boards grant the above mentioned district
hat the school for the new district be located
p old.Wllllnglon woOda. . , ' i
Beginning at Little River cornering on a
nrcb tree and junnlng along with the Maylard
line to the Abbeville road and thence
tlong the road to WllllngtOn station, cornerng
at a point on road between Bam McBrldes
tnd John Palmer's, thence a straight line .
unnliig south of New Wlllington church and ,
ieo. Hemmlnger's to the road and thence
ilong the road to Archie Andrews and from
here to a corner west of Mre. Porcber's garleu.
thence to a point on Savannah river In
he Cherry Hill plantation about three hnnIred
yards above Albert Glbert's plantation.
J. T. Black, W. G. Glbert.
J. ii. Porter, P. A. Tennent.
L. L. LeRoy, Wm. Tennent.
S. T. LeRoy, I. L. Porter.
8. S. McBrlde, T. A. Andrews.
J. A. LeRoy, J. B. Drlnkard.
I. L. LeRoy. Ham Lumpkin.
Albert Glbert, A. B. Andrews.
G. W. Cade, W. M. Andrews.
All who are opposed to the establishment of
.he new school district will take notice that
he matter will be decided at my afflce, Nov.
Otb, 1!H)0.
J. S. UIBEivx,
County Superintendent of Education.
Price our rugs before you
3uy. We have an immense
stock bought at close prices,
md we will sell you the same
way. McDill & Lyon.
A. M. llill A- Sou'k LociiIn.
C.'ub house cheese In glaBs jars. Something i
rreah and nice. Try It.
Try our pin money pickles. 1
Try our maple syrup?finest brand.
Fresh Kalamazoo celery twice a week.
Fresh cranberries all the season.
Fresh arrivals of candles and fruits every
, I
Fresh "Nunnallys" and "Roysters" candy
nt Mllford's Drug Store every week. Phoue
with Delight<
tins that are
nd it proved to be, hy
rear 1900, even larger
aid We S
3 us to realize our wis!
1 do you good. The q
ased at their dealings
Need We Can
see if we have not got
lassware, you will find
3 we ,will
rou Goods
> "'Horse's Locals.
"Veal Loaf" 1b nice for lunch or tea and
only 25c for a large square can.
Or yon would like corned pork, corned beef,
cblpped beef In poaDd or balf pound oans.
Deviled chicken, potted bam and tongue or
those obolce Vienna sausages.
"Bromangelen" In all flavors. A very
dainty desert.
Nice Baldwin apples Just In. and-oranges
expected very aoon, both Florida and Jamaica'^.
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Evaporated apples and peaCbes, citron and
raisins now In stock, .currants, prunes and
almonds to arrlvetbls week.
Olives, olive oil, pickles, prepared mustard
and salad dressings. /
In canned vegetables and fruits we have ay
paragus, peas, corn, baked beans, tomatoes,
okra and tomatoes, peaches and peas
Come and get a good Saddle or a cheap sad
die. I have a new kind of saddle blanket,
ibe best yon eter saw". 1
Single and double fcreeoh loading guns.
Prtoes to eolt tbe timet.
Did you ever Bee a pretty good lt-yeardld
boy's suit for 75c, If not, dome and get one.
Sizes from is down to 0-years.f '
Pants at 60c. 85c, *1,91.D0,4&, 92 CO and ?S, regular
and extra Bizet*. , . s
How 'about dolls, doll; head!,' doll carriages;"'
wagons,balls? I have them.
Come anc^ get a pretty water eet, Jardlnler
or ?ncy vase. ')
Pretty cheyiota at'7c,esrtra wide* and heavy
check hornenpuns, 88-.1 ncU Sea Inland 6c, tanry
outlnga at 5 and 8 y^o. One piece line aH&td.
outing for ladles and children's night dreMen.
Black and blue duck, percales, prints, worst-, ,
ed, plaids, etc., In great Ivarlety. " ? ",. ;J
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The State of South Carolina/'
Probate Court.?Citation for Letters'of Administration.
By R. E. HiLjy,EsQ., Judge OF Pbobatk^
T17'HEREA$i E. E. Brace ban m id e suit, to \
'? me, to grant him Letters 6f Administration
of the. Estate and effects of C. E.
Brace, late of Abbeville County, deceased.
" These are therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors or
the sAld C. E. BRUCE, deceased, that
they be and appear before in the C<jurt
of Probate, to be held at Abbeville C. H., on
Toesday, the 13th day of' November, 1900,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'olock in
the forenoon,to show cause If any they have,
why tbe said Administration anoald not be granted.
Olven under my band and Beat of the Court, ,
this 80th day of Ootober In the year of
[L. 8.1 our Lord one thousand nine hundred
and In the 125 year of American In-'
dependence. ' ,
rUUHHUCU VI ii kuo UlOV via/ w*
1900, in the Press and Banner and on
the Court Honae door for the time required
by law. >' R. E. HILL.
Oct. 80,1600, tf Judge of Probate.
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Eas Moved into the Yellow Fr
, Where She is Opening, wl
Ladies of t
The Best Place
urmn i niimirn _ nunirnn
rwudsiutsiw f
is at j
Gilliam's Restaurant. I
bruges old stand.
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He keeps the best goods. his al
prices are right. He Is very attentive to
his customers, making himself generally
agreeable to thc'e who patronize him. His
place Is clean d nice, and be wants your
trade. No dr! 'ng allowed on premises. 1X1
Ladies receive s. olal attention. Meals at all St
hours. >9?- CALL and see. H
Henry Gilliam.;
Nov. *, 1IKX). tf
El's S'
ed Buyers, 1
in Store tor
large odds, the best
than October.
ell Them i
hi. No pains will be
uantity of Goods thai
with us. .
Supply You.
th^m. If you need (
L we have all these a
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Furniture,^Pictures, 1
And everything in the Furniture line
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Phone 8. J J". I
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Phone No.
ont Store on Knox's Corner,
lere she invites all the
he City.
Master's Sale,
'he State of South Carolina,
rancls L. Williford, Administratrix of the
Personal Estate of .Tane Gerk, deceased,
against Julia Morrison. ? Complaint for
lade in the above stated ease by the Court of
ommon Pleas, I will oiler for sale at
ublic outcry, at Abbeville C. H., S. C'., on
jlesday in DECEMBER (3), A. 1). 1900, withi
the legal hours of sale the following ue. iKasI
?a coit* AM that- (rant, or
arcel of land, situate, lylnz and being in
onalds Township, Abbeville County, State
Foresaid, containing
Eighty-Four (84) Acres,
ore or lens, and bounded by lands of Mrs. 1
illle Mattison on the south, Mrs. Emma '
umphreyson the west, Wards road on the
irthwest, by 13. L. Morrison on the east, or
i much thereof as may be sufficient to pay
e same due.
TERMS OF SALE?Cash. Purchaser to pay
r papers and stamps.
Nov. 7,1901). Master A. C. H. C. '
3ager to Sec
Them. ^-^Hff
month of the ,year for
it tbe Rigl
spared to please ever
b is carried out from
ni/v4-u:n? Iln+o
aiuuiiug, xiato,
ad more.
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tatting, Bugs, Art SquE
sens, Shades, Curtain 1
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call on us. , Yours for furniture,
Best '
To Eat ai
That is what we are alway
tomers. We offer of this sea
Mrs. Mary Cleveland's Suj
Princess Anne Sugar (
Jenkin's Sifted Ea:
Gibb's Stringle
Perfection Asparaf
Nothing like them ever before sole
want to find tbat out.
Open Kettle New Orleans Syrup.
Towle's Log Cabin Maple Syrup.
Sweet Clover Table Syrup.
Plain dark Buckwheat. The genu
Hecker's Self-raising Buckwheat, i
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food.
Ralston's Breakfast Food.
* Ralston's Barley Food.
Postum Cereal.
Grape Nut.
We have new cleaued Currants, Se
ron, Shelled Almonds. Assorted Nuts,
We have the best bought stock of i:
Delicacies, etc., in store and on the waj
inating public.
(Our I
Zv. T. & T. M
Dealers in JPi
Pliones 75 and 85.
Jj. H. ?? IIlien liUi-nm.
Two months of the Fall have passed and
yet the rush Is not over. The people know
where to get sood bargains and that accounts
for the fact that trade Is always brisk in the
stores of L. W. White. ?
The ladles will find an elegant assortment
of Jackets, capes and collarettes at the store
of Li. W. White,
Those 54-lnch all-wool dr^bs goods at L. W.
White's are the cheapest and most desirable
joods on the market. The price is only 5(1
sents a yard. They have sold very rapidly,
but there are a few of them still left.
Go to White's and look at their beautiful
lne of outings, prints and percales. New
prints to arrive thlH week.
The ladles are Invited to Inspect the splenlid
line of dress goods otlered by I.. W.
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ure the Good. |
' us. Our aim will be ^||
t Pfites!?
vbodv.wli? will favor , 'hi
our sicj^^^very day
Underwear, Blankets,
ires, Toilet Sets, tamps,
Poles, ' ' . :0|
Abbeville, S. C. ?M
f?? ^ j
nd Drink. j?
s trying to procure for our cua- \ Xnla M
ison's packing > :^j
?ar Corn,
rly Jane Peas,
bs Beans, ,
jus Tips, ^
er's Preserves,
lienz's Pickles.
I in this market. A trial is all that you ,, ,;v- ..>J|
Crop '
No mixture about this, 60c per gallon. '
ine article.
II Packages. SJSjgsM
eded Raisins, New Citron, Shaved Cltetc.,
all fresh in stock. '
Staple Groceries, Canned Goods, Table I
r, that we have ever offered toadiscrim
7 Reliable.
Hotto.) ^
ne Groceries,
Hotel Block and Factory Hill.
Our floor oil cloth is the
prettiest in design and cheapest
in price on the market.
fl T
mcum oc r?you.
The only open kettle New Orleans syrup In
the city. Sold by L. T. <fc T. M. Miller.
Try our canned asparagus If you want
something line. L. T. a T. M. Miller.
Loaded U. M. C. Shells for sale by L.-T. &
T. M. Miller.
Mllford is up-to-date on school b xiks.
when In need of anything in that llr e call
and see him. Phone 107.
Patronize the Home Laundry as they are
turning out Hue work.
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