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LLE, 8. C. y Wednesday Kl ^ ? B i 24, 1901. Jaly 28th at the A. K. P. Clmrcli. The pastor will preach next Sabbath morning at the Associate Reformed Presbyterian church at 11 o'clock on the subject, "'The Divine Verdict About Faithfulness." The afternoon service will not be held next Sabbath on account of the Union Service, which will be held at a place to be designated later. Conuty KluKing Convention. Any churches In the county desiring the convention to meet with them In August, will please send request In writing to the secretary so the committee can decide on time and place as early as possible. J. J. Kllgore, Sec. Pat Me Off at BnHalo. Mr. W. J. Bryson and Mr. J. S. Cochran are off to Charlotte, N. C. After a short sojourn In that city, they will board the train for the Buffalo Exposition. $700. If you want 8700. and can give the bent of security, it Ih possible tbat Mr. R. S. Link can accomodate you. tf, Dwellloic Hoiiae to Kent. Tbat commodious dwelling bouse of Mrs. Agnes Robinson is for rent. For particulars, apply to B. S. Barnwell, National Bank. Hosiery Sale. Lace Striped Hosiery for ladies and children, all sizes from 15 cents up. ljOMf ? Double Case Gold Watcb. The finder will be rewarded by returning same to the Press and Banuer office. Milk Cow for Sale. Milk cow with young calf. Will sell for cash or trade for beef. Thomson Bros. Mr. Cessidy i? moving to the store room belonging to Mr. Russell next door to the Court Mouse. He has prospered well, aud must seek newer and larger quarters to an swer tbe demand* upon him for business. Mike deserves success. Moseley Edwards, died Monday last, aged 77 years. Tbe funeral occurred at Hharoc Tuesday evening, Rev. T. W. Sloan, officiating. Miss Victoria Amos, of Spartanburg, is In tbe city spending sometime wltb her sister, Mrs. M. W. Gordon. Miss Mary Hemphill, editor tbe Medium, la In tbe Laud oi ibe sky, spending a time at Caesar's Head. Died, July 18, 1901, at her borne in Titugvllie, Florida, Mrs. S. M. Hill, mother of Mrs. James A. Hilt of tbls city. Situation wanted, by a young lady competent to teacb. Apply at tbe Press aod Banner office. Mrs. Qibbs, after a pleasant slop In the city ia off to a little town known as New York. VlNKorfl Coming; and Golog. Mrs. J. D. Jennings and daughter went to Monroe, N. C., Saturday the 20tb. Account of Illness of Mr. Biadley's baby, who served as night clerk for a Dumber of years at S.A.L. : office. Mrs. Jennings returned Monday, but Miss Mattle will make an extended visit to i Waxton, N. C.. and UennettRvlile, S. C. Messrs. J. D. Jennings and Cbarlle Bruce made a flylDg trip to Clinton today. Mr. E. O. Jennings made his regular appointment at Heardmont, Qa., last Sunday evening, returning same nlgnt. Mr. J. S. Smith, Superintendent of Pearl %*??* KnnHov onfl IXJkMJU J11H, TIBUOU W III ViHJ UUUUOJ was the guest of Mr. Martin at tbe cotton mill. Mr. bmltb likes our town bo mncb be si>eaks of moving bis family here?sometime In tbe future. Robert Hill Is very anxious to go to Georgetown, 8. C . for bis health, but thinks if tbe weather gets cooler be will Improve. Glenn's Local*. COFFEES?Rousted Mocba and Java 1 lb. tinB Manilla blend In bulk?Arbuckles?1000 lbs. good Rio Coffee 12% value ,10 lbs. for 91.00 TEAS?Young Hyson and blended. SOAPS?Good 6a laundry Soap?10 brs. for 25 Good laundrv soap 15 bra. for 25 Good toilet Soap 2%c. a cuke. SODA?11 lbs. for !15c. CANNED?Salmon, Shrimp, Sardines Chicken, Veal aud Cottage loaf roast and dried beef, potted bam: grated and fcllced pineapple, peaches etc. PICKLES?Olives, Olive oil, flavoring extracts, sblces, Heinz's plckellng vinegar. FRUIT JARS?Stone Jars, Jugs and flower pots. Hams, Shoulders and B. Bacon. Phone 116 SUGAR?Refineries will advance the price again very soon. Olenn bought 5000 lbs. before the tlrst advance and will hold price down for a short time. BUIST'S TURNIP SEED?New crop. We keep "Lipton's Tea." It is better than any other kind, especially to make ice tea. P. Rosenberg & Co. L. T. ?fc T. n. Miller'* Local*. Call and see our Coffee's. Just received fresh lot at 15,20,25, and :15 cents. Fresh butter, eggs and oheese on ice all the time. Our O. and 0. tea Is the very best for Ice tea. We sell Arm and Hammer soda at 5 cents a pound. Our stock of groceries Is the very best, and we deliver promptly In any part of the city. Fresh lot of Heinz's pickle Just rec'd. We sell a gallon of the very best vlnegaraod a ulce Jug for 40 Cts. Buy a Deerlng mower to cut jour pea hay. lllng 83 when you want any Laundry done Broken lolH, It's impossible to Hell goods at retail without buying broken lots. On 1st. of June these go on the bargain couDter and must be sold. Haddon's. Circumstances do not make character. Tbey are the scaffolding on which we stand while we build character. The scaffolding will go, and character remain. Let not the word "yoke" frighten you; we must bear the weight, but God helps us to bear it. It is a burden that two must carry and God shares it with us. That we may learn the mind of God and come into closer relationship with Him. All our play, all our work, all our joys and all our suffering have + K?if fAH tlioir nhionf VUOb ivyi buvi? vvjww Faith is a gift from God, but man must bring himself to the point of accepting the gift. That involves a struggle which is more or less severe according to circumstances. "The brave man is not he who feels no fear, for that were brutish arfd irrational: but he whose noble soul its fears subdues, and bravely dares the j dager nature shriuks from." Our relationship with earthly parents, brothers, sisters, children, is chiefly valuable in helping us to climb up to a comprehension of what it means to call God our Father and * Jesus our Brother. With the responsibilities involved in the divine life come also the comonH (nva And hdlna whifih ^auimjouij/o j "j w ?? * u.w? are inherent in this close relationship with God and with his Son, Jesus Christ. The spiritual life is not knowing, not bearing, not doing. We only know so far as we can do. We learn to do by doing. What we do truly, in the way of duty, that, and only that we are. TROY TOPICS, Bible Society?Revival .MeetineN?Coin mnnion SorvlccN-Splil n Gol?l Mine. Troy, S. C., July 22nd, 1901. The protracted lueotlugat Hopewell church will embrace next Sabbath. The pastor has secured good help. The Auxiliary Bible society meets herein the A. H. P. church. Thursday 25lb, with a picnic dinner. Rev. I). G. Phillips will preach the annual sermon at Abbeville to the American Bible Society ou the first day ol Auugst. * Little Ethel Lyou. daughter of Sheriff Lyon at Abbeville Is down with her cousin Bunny Keunedy. Miss Aggie Robinson was badly bitten by her brother's dog at MoCormiok last week, though It was not a supposed mad dog. Mrs. Mary Byrd Lltes from Newberry Is down with children and friends. Alma Clinkscales gave 20 of her little chums an afternoon party last Thursday In compll meni to her little cousin JosieBratt or lireenwond. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCaslan from Greenwood are down with relations. As you walk down Main Street east a glance in Messrs Rnssel Bros, window, their fancy advertisement will induce you to walk In and if you go in you will buy something cheap and pretty. Rev. 0. Y. Bonner pail his family a visit at Dr. J. D. Neel's last week Mrs. Salile Guffln from Beaufort is with her brother Mr. G. M. Slbert. Our school teachers leave today for their respective County seats to attend the summer school. Mrs. Minerva Russel has in her home a communion cup over 100 years old from Hopewell church, the design is ancient, and is made of pewter. Communion Services will be held at Cedar Springs next Sunday. Rev. J. H. Pressly from State?ville, N. C., will do the preaching. Misses Maggie and Rebecca Creswell from Piedmont are down with kindred and friends. Mrs. W. W. Hsckett leaves tomorrow tor Hendersonvtlle, N. C., to spend a few weeks. Mr. A. B. Kennedy will soon rebuild on his lot recently vacated by fire. Misses Helen and Bessie Cheatham from Cheatham's were Mrs. J. M. Cuddy's guests lfjst we?ij. There will not be any service here in the M. E church the latSunday morning, but on the second Sunday morning the protracted meet ine will begin i?-^a Arooflnn ora enlnvlnc these refit VU1 lUIU.^ Ul V4VH..V- V.v.v o days among tbe finny tribe, and having a big tlm<; as tbev express It. W. C. Jackson Esq., a prominent attorney from Fla.. has been here for a rew weeks In the Interest of the land owners there wbo now live h?>pe. Mr. Willie Robinson will go to McCormick on the 1st of September to clerk for Mr. J. B. Harmon. Misses Lizzie Harvley, Sarah Slbert. Laura Gable, JaDle Dendvand Mrs. Emma Kennedy leave to day for Greenwood for tbe summer school. Distressing news comes from Texas as to the cotton crop, plenty of foliage but no fruit. A bench warrant has been Issued here by some of the girls for Doo Tag<art, but we say be !b drinking In the health giving waters of Lenoir. N. C. A mounted cavalry of ladles on horse back parsed through our town last Saturday, makIdc quite a handsome appearance. Mr. R. O. Hunter came down from Hunter's this morning and carried Mr. J. S. Chlpley up to buy a lot of cot ton. Messrs R. H.McCasian and J. C. Kennedy mid tbelr gold mine on the McLaln place to Mr. Wllllam8ton from New York, for a fancy price. "Nick." Prise Offered for Noavenlr Design. The Women's Department of the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Expo sllion, will give a prize of $10.00 for the best original design for Souvenirs to be sold in tbe Women's Building, during tbe Exposition. This competition Is open only to women o) South Carolina. Each design roust be sent to the underslened by July 1, 1901, and must be accompanied by specifications for Its con. mructlon, and tbe real name of competitor, In a sealed envelope, and not appearing elsewhere. so that the name of competitor will not he known until the award Ik made. Rejected designs will be retDrned upon Application (with postage enclosed,) made within 30 days after the close of the competition. The Executive Committee of the Women's Department will be tbe Judges of tbe competition. Mrs. R. Withers Memmlnger, Jr.. Chairman Committee on Souvenir, 41 Pitt Street, Charleston, S. C. 6t. Winthrop College Scholarship and Entrance Examinations. rpHE EXAMINATIONS for the award of J vacant scholarships In Wlntbrop College and for tbe admission of new student will be held at tbe County Court House on Friday, July I2tb, at 9 a. m. Applicants must not be less than fifteen years of age. TV Wben scholarships are vacated after July I i'ith. tbey will be awarded to those making Ui the highest average at thin examination. The cost of attendance, Including board, rnrnlubed room, heat, light and washing, is 19 00 per month. i For lurther Information and a catalogue, J address Pres. D. B. JOHNSON, June 5, 1901. tf Rock Hill, 8. C. DR. J. A. DICKSON, G SURGEON DENTIST. GOLD FILLINGS; CROWN AND BRIDGE ^ WORK A SPECIALTY. 1?0 A OOOD PLATE $8.00 . AMALGAM FILLINGS75c and. 1.00 las OFFICE OVER BARKSDaLE'S STORE. be ' Ju toi How's This... sal an For Long, Keen ? pei One lb^ . OUR BOND HOLDA 1 de JR A ERS USE THIS d? H KIND TO CUT I THEIR COUPONS. WE DON'T SELL ^ MORE THAN A _ GREAT GROSS OF THESE A YEAR. I BUT WE HAVE |"j THIS FINE MAKE || IN OTHER STYLES SUITABLE FOR j THE LADIES USE' / SEE THAT YOU I "CLAUSS" *w WHEN YOU WANT JT 1 A GOOD SHEAR OK C Ml UT SCISSORS. I H^L Ij Every Pair V m GUARANTEED. A FULL LINE OF Pocket and Table Cutlery. lit HARDWARE CO. * Our fee returned if we fail. Any one sending sketch and description of any invention will promptly receive our opinion free concerning the patentability of same. " How to Obtaiu a Patent" sent upon request. Patents secured through us advertised for sale at our expense. T Patents taken out through us receive special I. notice, without charge, in the Patent Record, an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted by Manufacturers and Investors. Send for sample copy FREE. Address, VICTOR J. EVANS & CO. (Patent Attorneys,) Evans Building, WASHINGTON, D. C 11 Fly tlnie 1b here; and I have the remedy to oatcb and kill them. DuPre'u Drug and di Book Store. fc M f j' L.W.W. 3! BARQA GOOD BAR , IN ALL LINES OF GOODS AR I W W i "" I T T T ^ \ \ 1 T" S HK people are quick to disc to be found, ancl this is the l'or the largre business we are < Mid-Summer when trade is usuall We are busv every day, ant J Merchandise tliat go out of our si evidence of the i'act that our Got being sold rapidly at the right pr We still have many more Ba dially invite all persons in n and see us Jk Jt jk Dry Goods, Clothii Hats and Grocerie ^?r WE WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP C HOPE OF MAINTAINING ALL THROl PR EC E DENTED LY LARGE TRADE TIME. j> Jk J> J> I .. True the weather is hot, but we don't h? who will favor us with a call can be assurer IN THE | | istrict Court of tie Med States | J- GLI FOR THE District of South Carolina. ^ Rosa IN THE MATTER OF .. . t, A. DOUGLASS, Classes BANKRUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY. A *N THIS THE 18TH DAY OF JULY, A. D. i Ga. Cane ? 1, on readlog tbe petition of G. A. Dougs, It 1b ordered by tbe Court that a hearing ,hai nTJl6 ?' ri* 55* Swwt ?c ly, A. D. 1901, before said Conrt, at Charlea- a-days, they have i, In aald District, at 11 o'clock in the fore- taking out all tbe a on ; and notice thereof be published in the lt poor?like . _ ... . , all tbe oream sklmn 388 and Banner, a newspaper published in d District, aDd that all known creditors oanta KQM moiaas d other persons In Interest may appear at ? the old fashioned 1 i said time and place, and show cause, If from the richest i y they have, why the prayer of the said sugar cane juice, tltloner should not be granted. ^.nd It Is further ordered by the Court that .. . . ... ,,. More true sugar si a Clerk shall send by mall to all known onQ gau0n of thlo t ?dltors copies of said petition, and itbls or- or three of other klj r addressed to them at their places of realnoe as stated. .... ? . , ? - , , . Of course it cosi iVltneBS Honorable W. H. Brawley, Judge make It so good, bi of the said Court, and the Beal there- not mind the price, < ieal | of, at Charleston, In said District, on had a taste. the 13tb day of July, A. D. 1901. Come and try C. J. C. HUT80N, luly 16.1901. 2t Clerk U. 8. D. C. J. R. CLI at ii/rnTiirn pi""* In "\ ~~? VI II LIllllLlL.i THE BIBLE SO . Meet* Wednesday, Jul tj\ Summer is certainly Metiioamcba I here- an(J y?U need g?,?.d Ik Stiff Collars to stand this (K *Iulv weather. !IJ JUV vvcauici. The publio are respeotfall tend. A collect/on for the oaase of Bible distribution lauilflered Anyihin(cyoucan give, how ittuuuci be devoted to a (rood cause. Rev. D. Q. Phillips will pn luffs and Collars dreBB. The Board of Dl'rectoi a. m. F. Y. Pre j mi L. W. Perrln, Secretary. ij\ look nicer longer and will fl\ wear better than any linen you can wear. Send your| Summer S ?li work to us and we will fiS guarantee satisfaction. mhe county sltmmef MV Teachers will be held a I" Clothes Dvpd Cleaned July S2nd to August nth. t aK ^lutricb i^yeu, v^iceuicu be K F Gllllam MlB8 8 be assistant. Ai nnrl Prpccprl Teachers are required to at 'I* ricascu. fell lbelr t0 tea do BO. . T . j Subjects for instruction v Lerents Wanted. Frye'8 .Ad'aD< " Kobool Management, and p Get our Monthly Laun- "ol>' j dry rate. sow. of Ed, ABBKVITjTjK Call and let > ih show you tl stationery In Abbeville c< anwurv inn pukmp, nn Remember we are wholeef uu11uaia x111h iilumwulu vu. bacoo and clgar8. a com, C. P. Hammond, Proprietor. llmeB- Miiford'sDrugstore For Ice oal 1 at Maxweil's >1 Phone N'o. 1. i, . . . . ... . . . The moe'. oompleete line Itoup id chickens Is posatlvely cured by /ound in town I. at The 8pe< lentbolatum at Speed Drug Co. brushes, nail brushes, hall Bella. All the latest novelties In belts and brushes, whist brushes. In f >lt buckles may be seen at Haddon's. brush youi want. The Ice drinks, cold drinks, cream drinks, ale For the finest Ice cream rinks, In fact any sort of drink made can be drsnks tu be tountf a.ny>\ mnd at oar fountain. The Speed Drug Co. Speed D rag Co, :t. v <. ' ?v '/ * ' . .. * ? I \A/ \A/ U.YT.VT. lINS. * GAINS [E TO BE HAD AT White's. S ?=> over where Bargains are best reason we can give loing now, although it is y very dull. I the large quantities of Bveral stores is the best ads are desirable and are ices. Jk & J- J> Jt, irgains to offer, and coreed of Goods to come J> J> J> J> J* ng, Shoes, :s. <? dt dt >UR STOCK FULL WITH THE UGH THE SUMMER THE UNWE HAVE HAD UP TO THIS > J> J> J> ive time to get lazy, and any one I of the very best attention. m? Try our Stretohy Seam Drawers. Fit and workmanship iJNJNa guaranteed. Only 50c. P. Rosenberg & Co. m % m Charleston and Western Carolina R. B AofQita and AtheriJIe Short Line* I In etfOflt d. 18.1901. Lv Augusta. .... 9 40 am 3 35 pm Ar Greenwood 13 16 pm Ar Harris Spring!., 12 62 pm ........ Ar Anderaon 8 00 pm *.?Ar Laurens 1 20 pm ' 5 35 am )V lUD. A.I-Greenville 8 00 pm 9 00 am J 1 At Glenn Spring! - 4 00 pm Ar Spartanburg .... 8 10 pm 9 00 am ... . Ar Saluda 6 88 pm _ hard to get Aj Henderaonvllle. 6 08 pm ilaasea now- ArAahevlU?- 7 00 pm nSa^ThSt Lt Aaherllle 8 90 am milk with Lv Spartanburg.- 11 46 am 8 55 pm wd off Lv G'enn flPrln??- 10 00 am Lv Greenville .... 19 01 am 8 25 pm a, LvLanrena 187 pm _ Lv Anderson .'. 7 28 am Lv Greenwood 2 37 pm 4 80 am iDd pcirMt "Aw"- "?l" Lv Angasta 2 50 pm Ar Allendale.. 4 64 pm Ar Fairfax 5 07 pm Ar Yemassee.. 9 00 am 6 10 pm w?TL'"ir"7.iX I Ar Beaofort iu 10 am < iu pm ban In two Ar Port 10 80 md 7 90 pm 3Q8, Ar Bavannah ? 8 15 pm Lv Charleston 6 80 am to Lv Port Royal 1 00 pm 7 10 am ot vou will Lt Beaufort 1 16 pm 7 20 am Ly Yemaaaee 2 30 pm 8 SO am once you ve Lv Fairfax ... 9 85 am Lv Allendale..- 9 47 am Ar Angoata.. ? 11 65 " Lv Greenwood 4 05 am Ar Laurens 6 00 am Lv Laurens 0 16 am ET M M Ar Spartanburg 9 TO am & i i~ Lv Spartanburg. 8 56 pm Lr Laurens 6 80 pm Ar Greenwood 8 45 pm Close connections at Greenwood for all points on _ B. A^ L. and C. A G. Railways, and at Bpartanbnrg wim ouuinern canwsy. For ?ny information relative to tloketa, r*te?, sohedflTTTV ?<idre?? 01xi lit W. J. CBAI6. Sen. Pus. Agent, AofiuU, 6a. E. M. NOBTH. Hoi. Agent. ? T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager. y 30, Im Itie rcb. of the Abbevlllfl */*%%%%%% nvene (D. V.) In \ j o'clock, od the \ ... ^ list day of juif, g qphg Season is Here ^ y Invited to at- J # : w?ueflbe mta?! t WflEN Y0U ENJ0Y t 'ever small, will 5 \ jach the sermon i f^UGGY RIDING J II deliver the ad- \ a-*?? 1\""T rs will meet nl 10 w # oolw Pr nuMpnl. ^ .. .1.. ,1 ,? f # 1 lhs > ^ lO lUtJ JlUJlll, II JfUU UBTQ kUQ V (i right kind of a vehicle i . | We have the vehicles which will please k p"U ^->1 11 you and that will wear longer than a J J IrllUUl. ' great many other makes. I We bought these vehicles last fall and (' (' gave the Manufactuers plenty of time f I SCHOOL FOR V to paint them, so we have the 0 L Abbeville from m A B.'fiSSM I Nicest Finished \ tend .md will for- [ 5 ,ch If they tall to ^ goods which we bave ever bandied. ^ ? ^ We also bought in car load lou and # :ed Geograptiy^ f got oar load prices and freight rates d robably coraposl- 0 and propose to give our customers 4 A the benefit of these prices. A 8. GIBhRlf ^ ^ l. Abbeville Co. 0 S 0 Give us a call before buying and we 0 0 can Interest you. 0 le prettiest line of > ^ )unty. Mliford's I? -T T, MITT, Ar. TO 5 lie agwits for to- d carriage, Buggy, Wagon and Harness # \ Repository. j Larket. V \ 4%%%%%%% %%%%*%%%* of brushes to be jd Drug Co. Tootb 55QBbe8,'Tbe spring of the year la on us, now Is the act any Kina or a tlme ^ tafcH rae(u0|ne an(j fee] BOO<i all sumi Speed Drug co. mer We have any kind of patent medicine and soda watej you may want, also some of our own make rhere, go to Tbe that we guarentee to be as good as tbe best. Tbe Speed Drug Co. ' " . -7 '-rV,,,v , rt.' ATLANTA EXCURSION. , The Neaboard Air Line Annual Ex- I carmlon, Tbaraday, Jnly 28, 1901. The flrii excursion to the Gate uty iniB season and everybody should visit Atlanta. There will be plenty of coaches and a seat for everyone. A representative of the road wl" accompany the train. Returning, will leave Atlanta915p. m., July 26th. Leave Saluca 12.S? 81 50 " Greenwood ... 1.07. 150 " Salak 1.16 1.60 " Cana 1.28 150 " Abbeville 1.45 1.25 ' Walts 2 05 125 CalhounFails 2.26 1.25 Arrive Atlanta 7.30 Estate of A. I Bowman, teased Notice of Settlement and Application for Final Discharge, rpAKE NOTICE that on the 13th day of August, 1901,1 will render a final account of my actings and doings as Administrator nf ?h? Fnifttn nf A. 'L. Bowman. deceased, In the office of Judge of Probate for Abbeville i County at 10 o'clock a. m., and on the same day will apply for a final discharge from my 1 trust as suc.h Executor. All persons having demands against said estate wll, present them for payment on or before that day, proven and authenticated or be forever barred. W. L. Bowman, July 12,1901. Executor. We are still in a position to give you big bargains ^in Pants, New lot just in. ^ F. Rosenberg & Go. Pleasant Summering; Placet! Reached Vla'Southern Railway. Hundreds of most delightful Summer Resorts and Hummer Homes on the line of the Southern Railway quickly and comfortably reached. Hot Springs, Tryon. Hendersonvllle, Warm Springs, Llthla Spilng*. Isle ol Palms, Cumberland Island, Old Point Comfort, V irginia Beach, Buffalo Lithla Springs, Virginia Hot Sorlngs, White Sulphur and u. 'uuvub iuwuuicnu, AUO uauu U1 tuo 0*y. "The Sappblre Refclon," and many other nearby and distant mountain retreats. aoatbern Railway also otiara Huperlor service and accomodations to reach the Qreat Lake Region, the Allegbany and Adirondack Mountains. Low roand trip rates. Don't make a selection for a place to spend the heated season until yon write the undersigned tor Descriptive Literature of any Resort Place In America and a Summer Homes Folder. R. W. Hunt, D. P. A., Charleston, S. C., W .E. McGe, T. P. A.. Augusta, Ga. J. D. McGee, C. P. & T. A? Greenville, S. C. 8. II. Hardwlok, G. P. A., Washington, D. C. W. H. Taoloe, A. G. P. A, Atlanta, Ga. Haddon's Locals. Slipper Sale?Over 50 pairs ladles slippers have Just been placed on bargain counter to be sold regardless of the oost. We are offering bargains In linen goods for ladles skirts and shirt waist and boys bodies. New arrivals In ohambrayes and ginghams. We are offering ladles and misses black and tan slippers at prices that all can buy. Ask for those special prices In slippers. + ? " NAME ON CVCNY PIECE." jow^ey* Chocolates FRESH TODAY Somebody at home will be waiting tonight for a box* The "Name on Every Piece" is the guarantee. FOR SALE BY c. A. MILFORD, The Druggist. 'Phone 107. This Uanay won me naeaai hi idb vrunun Fair at Chicago over all competitors. Ii 1> delivered to us fresb by express every week. Try it once and yon will always buy It Have just received big lot Trunks and Valises which are going cheap.F.Eosenberg&Co / Peerless Iceland FreeZer (One Motion) I Patented dasher construction does away with all motions except one? tbecan revolves around the stationery dasher. | Motion is necessary in the cream, not In the maoblne. The cream bas more motion In tbe Peerless | Iceland than In any otber lreezer. Tbe result is smooth, delicious Ice cream in three minutes. ICE PICKS, ICE SHAVES, FLY FANS, SCREEN WINDOWS, WATER COOLERS, K?JtKllx?KAlUI(?, Oil, STOVES. Abbeville Hardware flo. Polcon Ivy or oak Is Instantly relieved, and speedily oured by mentholatum which you will And In opal Jars for 25cts at Speed Drug Co. Have your suits cleaned and pressed at the Steam Laundry. Monthly rates given now by the Abbeville Steam Laundry. There Is nothing but the very bestextrac money will buy used In our syrups. Pure fruit Juices and fruit. (Jive us a call. The Speed Drug Co.. ' FOOD FOR THE SICK. . * Bow to Prepare and Serve It In ? Tempting Way. * Vj Aa the patient begins to regain health ind strength more solid food Is given -milk or cream toast, soft boiled or poached eggs, cereal mushes, 6tewed or sometimes fresh fruits or a well baked potato. Great care must be taken not to overtax the digestive organs. Relapses are often caused by too much inJulgence of the patient's appetite at this stage. One must advance slowly and with great care. A broiled bird or - ?' 1- ah M /kVlAn tYlOTT i pifSW Ui laiu uccioitaa vi cl \.uvp ui?; be given when the patient Is In a sufficiently advanced stage of recovery. Dysters are almost always allowed and ire both palatable and easily digested [f perfectly fresh and not too much rooked. When they are overcooked, the albumen becomes hardened, very tough and difficult to digest Cook them only until the gills begin to curL Cream soups are valuable, as they are nourishing and easily digested, but they should not be boiled too long. * ^ ^ ?' - ? il.WM A great ueui ui aucuuuu ouuu>? ?<> paid to the serving of food for a sick \ * person. The faint appetite of Illness can best be coaxed by the daintiness of the food. Serve the food on a tray with a fresh, white cover and be careful not to put so much on the tray as to crowd it Better to serve too little and let the patient ask for more than to put so much on at one time that the sick one Is Immediately discouraged. A flower or a little sprig of green laid upon the white tray cloth is often an incentive to the indifferent appetite, but do not attempt a vase of flowers unless it be a very small and dainty one. Have the tray set with the prettiest china and glass obtainable, without too much color, so as to weary the eye. If the china is all of a single pale tint, the effect will be very dainty and pleasing to the eye of the patient It must also be small enough to accommodate the size of the tray. Never let the tray or remains of food served stand In the sickroom after the patient has been fed. Let all hot foods be served immediately after they are prepared, and It seems superfluous to mention that all hot dishes must be hot and all cold dishes equally cold. However, this is not always done. Sometimes both the cold and hot dishes are allowed to stand until they reach the same temperature. There are a great many simple, dainty desserts which may be served to the invalids, especially those made with eggs and gelatin. Ice cream is often given and is very nutritious?ftnd can be digested by some very 111 patients, and gA" ? 1 n TT n * | U MB ttliiiUOt ai TV a j a itiiuutu. ? hi How to W bit en iTory. , Ivory may be whitened by washing well with soap and water and allowing It to dry in the sun. This process must be repeated for several days. If the ivory be attached to some heavy article that cannot readily be moved. another process is to put a thin paste of lime over it until It turns white. It is then dried and polished. How to Care Insomnia. It is now a generally recognized fact that one of the most prolific causes of Insomnia Is overeating, that practice resulting usually in, a disturbed condition of the digestive organs if in noth- , ^ Ing more serious. The remedy in such cases Is obvious enough. Cases are ~ * ' ? common wnere uiBoujuio. ui a pivuw*... ed and stubborn nature has yielded to a period of fasting. There are few cases of sleeplessness, In fact, In which a little dieting may not be tried with good effect Copious drinking of cold water just before retiring is often highly efficacious. Deep breathing kept up as long as possible by will power Is a generally recommended remedy for occasional sleeplessness, the main aim being to keep the mind from thinking. How to Stew Mushrooms. Remove the stems and peel the caps of two dozen large mushrooms, sprinkle with salt and pepper and satrfie for Ave minutes In a tablespoonful of but- ' ter (hot), then add half a cupful of sweet milk into which has been stirred one-half a teaspoonful of cornstarch. Stir carefully and let it boil slowly for five minutes. How to Blake Wine Whey. One pint of milk heated to 100 degrees F.t one teaspoonful of prepared rennet ana two laoietspwuiuiD ut nuic Stir the rennet and the wine Into the milk quickly, so that the wine may not curdle the milk in blotches. Let It stand In a warm place (on the stove hearth, for Instance) for half an hour, then separate the curd from the whey by straining. The whey is excellent for children with delicate digestion who need a little stimulant It is very good also as a drink for Invalids at any time. How to Make Cabbage Drenlnf, Heat one-half cupful of cream, beat yolks of two eggs and rub one tablespoonful of cornstarch In a little cold milk. Add It to the scalding cream and add two beaten egg yolks. When thickened, remove and add two tablespoonfuls of vinegar and a few drops of lemon juice. How to Make Batter Bnttoaa. Beat a quarter of a pound of butter to a cream and stir In three eggs. When this is done, add three large tableBnnonfuls of flour, and salt to taste. Take up the batter in tiny portions with the tip of a small spoon, and let them simmer 15 minutes in clear soup which is boiling gently. They can be eaten with this soup or served with any other preferred. How to Serve Celery Wltk Sanoe. Cook celery roots in stock until tender. Make a sauce with a piece of but- * ter, flour, a little salt and pepper, and when boiled five minutes pour It on the yolk of an egg. Stir well and put In the celery. The old reliable American fruit preserving powder and liquid for sale by The Speed Drug Co. If you want to smoke the most popular 5ot. cigar on the market, smoke the Clnco. 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