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ABBEVILLE, 8. C. |aT"Publl8bed every Wednesday at 82 a ear In advance. _ I Wednesday, Sept. 11, 1901. Tribute of Respect. 1 Abbeville. R. C.. Sept. 10.1901. j Deatb to tbe old must come, but tbe , young expect to live. They have bright anticipations for the future. It 1b hard and sad when the angel of death claims one so young, so bright as my little friend, whom I loved. Jlmmle Templeton. I will miss him atschool < and nn the nlav ^rounds, but we Will meet again In renewed youth and Id boiler love. Goodbye, my playmate, for a little while. W. W. H. , Plantation for Rale J Containing nix hundred acres 4% miles west ot Greeuwood, S. C., tine body ol original < forest and second growth pines on place. This Is one of the finest plantations within 1 the County of Greenwood and Abbeville ' Coumy, write or call on T. F. Riley. i Greenwood S. C. ! i Card. 1 The prompt action of the entire fire com- ; pany and citizens generally, and their kind j expression of sympathy In our receDt loss by flre, is very mucb appreciated and we wish to , extend our thanks to the town at large, and , especially to the members of the flre com- t pany. McDill & Lyon. Cotton and Cotton Seed. 1 About thirty bales of new cotton have been . received in this market up to last night. 1 Prices ranged from 7% to S]4 cents. Cotton H seed are bringing 18 cents per bushel, with v the psospect of a rUe. Card of Titan kN. ' I return my sincere thanks to the people ol c Abbeville who were so kind to my daughter \ H n >1 kaw f ii/ifftH (llnouQ | (J UUUU5 UCl |/iVWI nvbWA IIIUVOQI Mrs. A. B. Marohant. C Sept. 7, 3901. StindH? HonrN. Our Btore will be open for the sale of ice t from 9 to 12:30 a. m. and from 5:80 to 7:80 p. m. (_ No Ice delivered on Sunday. ( Thomson Bros. 1 To Be Closed Next Saturday. ? The store of Mesar*. P. Rosenberg A Co.. ( will be closed next Saturday on account of religious holiday. I * e (iood Bread , Requires good yeast, buy Fulton Yeast and always have good bread. You get It fresb e from Thomson Bros. s v -?- i s'uu. If you want 8700. and can give the heat of Be- i. curlty, it la possible tbat Mr. R. S. Link can n accomodate yon. tf, c m , m v J. Young Jones, according to his land adver- b tlsenient, aeems to think there Is more money ^ lu land than a sensational newapaper, If it \ lit named the Iconoclast, Political Isbmaelilt| . . and Social Reformer. Rev. N. J. Holmes' meeting that was to begin on ih? 13th of this month at Alt. Car- t mel Is put oft until the 27ih. Let everybody bear In mind and come. Si Mrs. F. E. Scott, who has been visiting friends and relatives In the city the pasi 0 month, returned to her borne In Atlanta Mon " ,-i. day. - j Mr. W. Joel Smith, who has been spend u lng a week up In the mountains of Western g North Carolina returned home yesterday. g Miss Mae Scott, after pleasantly spending * ten days in the city visiting relatives, has re- u turned to ber home in Mt. Carmel. . r Rev. W. W. Gordon, Is oonduoting a series ? of religious meellugs every night tbla week || In the Methodist chapel at the factory, ? Mr. Babksdale has a new hay press, ? which he win operate on the Public Square, ' and sell to customers. 8 Mr. L. W. White, and bis son W 11, are ex- I peeled home from New York and Buffalo to- C morrow. Jordon Place four miles west of the city. ^ will be sold next salesday. See advertise- 11 menu * Dr. S. F. Klilingswortb will be out of town from tbe 16th. to the 20tb. j Miss Lingum a pretty young lady of c Greenville, Is viuitlng the Misses Wham u The Jordon Place to be sold on Salesday Id 1 October next. See ad Id this paper. r Mr. McCbady's school session will begin a September 80. j Mr. A. B. Morse will pay 5c. for a copy of f the Press ann Banner of August 7th, 1901. c The School will open Sept. 30lh. J Another shipment Mason's P. L. fruit Jars e and extra rubbers Just received at Glenn's. b Prescription work is "a specialty with us. c We only allow graduates In pharmacy tocom- b pound prescriptions In oar place. Mllford's 1 Drug Store. < 8 TELEPHONES. I t a m s 5nmbfri Removed sudNeir Xnniben } Pnt In. d Telephone* Nos. 3, 117, 84, 40 and 69 have J been removed. New telephones Sept. 1st. e J. C. Lyon, Sheriff. .?... 8 t Jail 109 ? Misses Douglas**, residence 34 C R. 8. Link, reMueuce 89 P. A. Cheatham, residence 40 L. C. Haskel, residence 84 * c m m a 1 Cheap Excursion to Savannah. u A very cheap excursion Is being advertised J to ran over the Southern Ry. from Green- J; vllle to Savannah Sept. I'ith, raklDg on past- 0 engers at all points between Greenville and e Prosperity, The rate is remarsame low, ana It will be well for all Interested to examine " the circulars wblcb are now being dlstrlb- 1 uled. * 11 Savannah Is a beautiful city, and noted for c Its parks, and delightful seaside resorts. Tbe c city has an excellent car system, making dl- f rect connections for Thunderbolt, a pictu- 0 resque town on Warsaw River; for tbe Isle of 8 Hope, a similar resort to Thunderbolt famous c for Its fish and oysters, and Tybee, whose beech is regarded by many as quite equal to 1 Long Branch. > I j J ust arrived tbe handsomest and most complete line of stationery ever seen In this city, j Call ana let us show you through. Mllford's t Drug Store. Anything in the Bcbool book and stationery 1 Hue to be bed at Mllford'B Drug Store. i Pipes, pipes, world without end, at Mllford's , Drug Store. j If you want nice stationery at a moderate < price, go to Mllford's Drug Store. c Slates, pencils, tablets, ink, in fact anything in the stationery line can be found at Mil- < ford's Drug Store. I If you want anything In the way of drugs [ at n'ght, press the electric button by our door ?nd our Dr. Piatt will answer your call at 1 once. Mllford's Drugstore. Phone 107. We make prescription a specialty. We know our business and the people know it, so , don't be side-tracked, but brlnit them along. < Mllford's Drug Store. Phone 107. A large stock of cylinder oil and machine 1 oil at Mllford's Drug Store. I THE ! 10th ANNUAL SESSION < OF THE ABBEVILLE j ?rniind Gnhan MM ollllllll WILL BEGIN SEPTEMBER 30th. I'KUI"". rnrr^xv uu? oeeu eieciea otusiu Teacher for the ensuing year. The School Is free to anybody In Abbeville County who may wish to attend. S. F. Killingsworth, ^ Chairman. . F. B. Gary, Secretary. Sept. 11,1901. if& . . i'4, - DUE WEST, ?hh From the CIhmIc C'ily?C'ottoi Coming In? Pleasure neehcr* a Botlalo. Due West, Sept. 10,1901. After a pleasant month's stay in Georgia Miss Jennie Galloway returned home Frlda; Df IftKt W6^K Mr. J. A. Devlin and Mrs. H. C. Poore are li ei critical condition from heart trouble. Mrs. W. E. Henderson of Verdery has beei with her sisters here for some days. Mr. Jno. C. Haddou is now engaged wttl one of the scrapes In the upper part of th county. He Is an efficient mau for the posl lion and will no doubt see that good work l! done on tbe public highways. Prof. D. G. Caldwell returned from his can vasslug. trip in North Carolina Saturday night. Kev. S. R. Preston, D. D., the president o Dhicora College at Greenvllie was in Dui Weston business last Friday. Mr. Eb Ellis returned from Boston las Wednesday. He has been in tbe view bus! aess in and around the city. He boardec uear Harvard College during his stay and hat in opportunity ol Feeing the Bunker Hit Monument ana other places of historic Inter 981. Encouraging news is being received froK Mr. Samuel Pressly and Mr. John B. Pressij who are in tbe Adirondack Mountains In tb< aoribern part ol the state of New York. Mr Samuel Pressly now weighs one hundred and jlnety pounds. Mr. John Pressly has gained .en pounds since he went there a month ago Mrs. siena nonana nrice 01 uasiotua uut jeen with the family of Rev. Jas. Boyce at he Female College for ihe past ten days. The little boys around town are coining money now by picking cotton and peas. The price paid lor such work is forty cents per lundred pounds. Mr. J.C. Tnbble has out the first bale ol so Hon in this commuuity. He Is a nustlei rom Hustlersvliie. For toe past two weeks Mies Nettle Brown ee has been with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnton at Woodruffs. She returns home thin ?eek. Mr. Press Smith has been making some leeded improvements In the laboratory ol Srskine College for Prof. Relii. Mim> Mariha Watklna, after a pleasant slay >f several weeks at Asbvllle, returned to Due tVeston Saturday. She Is the popular and ifflclent Art teacber In the Due West Female .'oilege. Mitss Lemmle Trlbble will teach school In rairfleld County. She will have a pleasant cbooi and receive a good salary. Miss l'rlb>le 16 well qualified for the worfc of a teacher laving graduated from the Due West Female ;ollege and taken a special course in Ersklne College. Prof. P.L. Grler, Willie Pressly, Chick Grler, ?ennle Grler, Barbara Grler and Hodo Grler pent a pleasant day in Greenville last week. Robert Nlckles expects to attend Clemson ;ouege nexi, session. Rev. J.A. Brown, with four of his little boys, eft for bis bome In Virginia, Monday afterloon. After a bard yearn work be Is taking a lttle rest and vacation. Crawlord Cllnkscales aDd Mark EHIb will nter the South Carolina Co-educatlonal Intltuteat Edgfleld in a lew days. Due West rlil expect tnem to make tbelr mark down bere. Mr. T. L. Haddon bas one hundred acres oi aud set In Bermuda grass. He says this grass uakes the finest pasture in the world. He las a nice flock of sbeep and bas fresh multou Fhenever bis appetite demands it The Due West parly enroute to Buflalo is laving a good time. They spent a day in torfork.aday In Philadelphia and a day In Washington; when last beard trom|were speed g on tbelr way to Buflalo. They were all reil and having a good time. Mr. J. ?. Toud is In Charlotte for medical reatment. \ Miss May Blackwell will soon begin teachug school in Newberry County. Sabbath morning ;a telegram was received y Dr. O. P. Hawthorn announcing the deatn r his son, Mr. Feaster Hawthorn, at Jacksontile, Kia. He bad been sick lor tbree weeks, 'he first intimation the family bad of bis 111.ess was a letter from his boarding house eeper, received two hours before the telerain, staling that he bad been sick lor tbree reeks, ba? a relapse and had been removed 3 the hospital. The body is expected to ar lve at Donalds xuesaay anemoou ana win e taken direct to the cemetery at Due West sr burial. For tbe past year Mr. Hawthorn as been engaged in tbe lumber business, ":>e lamlly or tbe deceased have tbe symathy ol a large olrole of relativesaud friends. Mr. Grler Pressly and Mr. Krnest Hagan aie elllog window locks tor tbe Twentieth Cenory Lock Company In and around Harmony Jrove, Ga. Mr. Wm. Devlin, Mr. Hill Devlin, Miss iallie Devlin, Mrs. J. ?. Muse, Mrs. Purdy, Irs. Lula Cogburn have been lu Due West lo ee their brother, Mr. John A. Devlin who is uite sick. Mrs. A. S. Kennedy, Miss Lavlnla Kennedy, ohn Kennedy, Jean Kennedy, Kate Kenledy, David Kennedy and Miss Julia Keniedy are at Falrvlew, in Greenville County, osee Grandpa Anderson. Miss Janie Young will change her place ol esldence after the eighteenth of September, nd under tbe most pleasant circumstances imaginable, as Indicated by tbe invitation irlnted below. After tbe above date bei lame will be written Mrs. J. C. Harper and ler home will be at AllentOD, Ala. Tbe oung gentleman who has Induced her la bange her name and place of residence It landsome and a young man of splendid baracter. We congratulate him In advance, mt we are sorry that he is to take away from his town a young lady who Is uo popular and o useful and who will be so badly missed in oclal life and In tbe cburoh, ah seen from he printed Invitation the marriage will be olemnlzed in tbe A. K. P. Cburoh and will ie witnessed by a large crowd of friends and dmlrers of tbe bride and groom wbo are exacted to make affectionate and solem promtes to each other ou this occasion: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Matthew Young invite ou to be present at the marriage of tbeli laughter, Janie McCflnlock Young, to Mr, acob Clalrmont Harper, on Wednesday veulng, September the eighteenth, nineteen lundred and one, at halNpast eight o'olock, ,l tbe Assoolate Heformed Presbyterian Iburcb. Due West, South Carolina. Mlns Lucretla Drennon will assist Mrs, Joyce lu the domestic department of the 'emale College next session. She has bad onsiderable experience in this line of work nn her services will prove very valuable, ?ne young ladles will find her to be easy ol pproacb, pleasant and agreeable, and at< entlve to their every wish. While dlscharg ng her varied and exacting duties she will lo much to make College Hie pleasant to the ntlre college lamlly, Miss Anna M. Marshall, of MUlersburg, Ky., las been secured by the President of tbe jue west rewuie v^unt'tw io icucu tue uuhl less coarse, abort band, typewriting and >ook-keeplng. M16B Marshall is a graduate if a business college in Atlanta and was em iloyed for sometime In practical work in an ifflcein that city. She will prove a valuable icqulsitlon to tbe College and the business lepartment ebouid be liberally patrlonlzed. Mrs. G. McDuffle Miller, ot Laurens, is visit ng her daughter Mrs. W. W. Edwards. The people ol Due West are pleased to bavt diss Lizzie Penney with them again. She ills an Important position in the store or R A. Haddon & Co. Kev. E. B. Kennedy returned to Bartow Ha., last Thursday after a pleasant stay o wo weeks at the old home. Tbe prospects of Ersklue and the Due Wesi female College are good. They begin wori >n Wednesday, Sept. 18th. Mrs. Lois Pressly returned Saturday nlgbl rrom a visit at Newport, S. C. She went t( tee Miss Jennie Llnd Mofl'att, who has beer lulte low with typhoid fever, but who la nov >n a fair way to recovery. The South Carolina Presbytery meets will tbe Greenville Presbyterlau Church Thursday morning Sept. l?tb. Tbe opening sermot will be preeched by the Rev. Mr. Rodgers o Wslbalia." ij,ulte a full delegation ol lay au? ministerial delegates are expected. Mrs. Sallie Addison returns to Due Wes Tuesday, from a pleasant slay with friends a Troy. She was accompanied by her fou laughters, Miss Kate, Rebecca, Virginia anc Sara. At tbe College Home Mr. R. M. Ranson ant family are putting everything in conditioi Tor tbe large number of boarders expected. About twenty young ladles will enter Era Sine College next ween. Tbe sale of tbe personal property of tb ?state of Mrs. A. M. Hrlce took place on Wed aesday, Sept. 4th. Mr. A. G. Brice was her* Lo nimerlnteud the sale. Mrs. J. P. Knox and Mrs. E. B. McLeai spent last week with Miss Leila Brlce. MIks Annie AtklnB left for tier borne a Boyd ion. Va., last Saturday. Mr. J. K. Ellis had uq auction at bis.Rtor last Saturday. Wlllbave another on Satui clay Sept. illst. He Ik closing out bin st ock c dry goods. QMr. J. Mack Nickels will return to Rocking nam, N. C., in a lew days to teacb school. Jiirin, .nunicy nnu .tiiimc. A Lyceum bereau was organized here a fe\ months ago by the Alkahest Lyceum Systen of Atlanta, Ua., 1 think with a hundred men: hers, each member paying 84,00, and getting double season ticket for tbe eight entertali ments that will be here during the comln seacon. The first of these eight enterta'i ments will show here next Friday night, ill 17, in the Court House. It will be Mr. Hal Bingham, the world's leading Monologu Entertainer, pernonatlve, humorist, Vloll^ls Vocalist and Racontum, who has delifhte 0,000 audiences In the United States an Canada, and Is now on his 23rd annual rc.unc The Commercial Tribune" of Clnclr.nat Ohio. haB this to say : "Ralf Bingham, a r< markable delineator, gave a recital .'t tt O'iean last night to a large audlenc He certainly has wonderful eloci tlonary and mimic powers. His d^llne lions were a study. Thirteen years ot stbf practice has turned his voice In such .*? mai ner tbat he can be traglo or bumerous i will." All who have season tickets i;re ei titled to two seats, all others can get aim: seats at .r)0o a piece for grown people and 2! for children. W. M. \ t i - I : l.w.w. : ? BARGAINS a ? GOOD BARGAINS r t j IN ALL LINES OF GOODS ARE TO BE HAD i ! L. W. Whit* ! 7=^ I 1 s ! nil _ i I HE people, are quick to discover where I [ to be found, and this is the best reason / for the large business we are doing now, al i ' Mid-Summer when trade is usually very dull. , We are busy every day, and the large < llfoKnltaniliiia fliat <rn nut of" ni 1 r SAVATfll utftPAH evidence of the fact that our Goods are desire being: sold rapidly at the right prices. .jfc J. We still have many more Bargains to off dially invite all persons in need of Goo and see V % Hrv (InnHs. Cloth ine\ Sho Hats and Groceries. oe 1 - * WE WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP OUR STOCK ] HOPE OF MAINTAINING ALL THROUGH THE SI PRECEDENTEDLY LARGE TRADE WE HAVE I ? ? * -? J J Jt TlUlJbj* True the weather is hot, but we don't have time to who will favor us with a call can he assured of the very . """ I School Books^. : . ; Tablets, Slates, Pencils,, ' ^ Pens, Inks, Etc. j I ' | We have anything you may need in a school room. 1 School begins Monday morning, September 30th. j , Let us supply you with your needs. TUB DRUG CO. j [ PHONE 18. ! B. K. BEACHAM, ; I 1 ARCHITECT and BUILDER " 1 Will furnish Plans and Specifica* ^ns and < take contracts anywhere in the State. 1 SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! 1 H. M. TATE & CO. ? I Have just received a big lot of shoes, and are in the market for lowest prices on Shoes. Mens' Shoes, Boys' Shoes, ( Ladies' Shoes and Misses' Shoes. We also have a nice line of ^HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, ETC. j t All frtr* 1 flflo mrwriotr than fVlAV r>?ri hfl hniicht, f?ls?where. It Will DftV VOU to I [ come and see our'lioe before buying. Lo'ok out for prices in next "advertisement. Yours to please, SH, M. TATE & CO. u A TEACHER WANTED FOR LEBANON ]j|ij|l|j! !l|||i/jj P~~ t -t* Pcbool. For lurtber Information apply ^^ j^|| 3 August 12,1901. 3t ?r A-K,UA 80'' ? An Endowed College for Women. Seneca-Bismark n .... AM1? u?nu.?mv eomnnnn/1 "VV1M be at Stark's Stable August 25th. and anti . PROPERTY $250,000.00. continue through the fall Beacon. Thirty College and University trained W B WISE < teachers. 427 students from twenty States. August?, 1901. 4tf Mt. Carmel,8.C. i- Standard of scholarship equal to the best colie leges for men. A. B. and A. M. courses. Mod-. . If ern Buildings, Floe Appointments In Library ie Laboratories, Gymnasium Society Halls. t. Conservatory of Music. Campus N> acres. In- T||? T \ | |T| ; |4 H|f |\l sd fluences religious and refining. Limited ^^ ' d number of scholarships. ^ i. Next session beginsSeptember 25tb, 1901. SURGEON DENTIST 1 I, Write for catalogue to JUUUUU" vlJluwl' ;; BENJAMIN WltoON,t OOLI> BRIDGE ?' **?.>?' " sp.ruDM.rg.a.c, ft" OFFICE OVER BARKSDaLE'S STORE. [G There Is nothing but the very bestextrac ~ " money will buy used In our syrups. Pure , . ,, ... . ?" fruit juices and fruit. Give us a call. The The most compleete line of brushes to be 10 Speed Drug Co found In town is at The Speed Drug Co. Tooth 50 it/m. im noii ? Mft.moii'n viawi/ci brushes, nail brushes, hairbrushes. clotbeB Kor Ice call at Maxwell s Market. brushes, wblst brusheB, In fact any kind of a i Phone No. L brush you want. The Speed Drug Co. I ' > v . ;..:. ....... iii ~ . LWW AT a'c ?m si bargains are we can give [though it is jt jt jt jt quantities of is the best ible and are J> J> J'er, ancl cords to come J, Jt ** AC V47) I FULL WITH THE IMMEK THE UNIAD UP TO THIS J> ^ jt ? n get lazy, and any one best attention. I Pleasant Hammering: Places Reached YlafSontbern Railway. Hundreds of most delightful Summer Reorts and Bummer Homes on the line of tbe Southern Railway quickly and comfortably 'Bficbdd* ? Asbevllle, Hot Springs, Tryon, Henderson* rllle, Warm Springs, Llthla Springs, Isle of ?aln>R, Cumberland Island, Old Point Comort, Virginia Beach, Buffalo Lltbla Springs, Virginia Hot Springs, White Salphur and Liookoat Mountain. "Tbe Land of tbe Sky." *Tbe Sapphire Region," and many otner learby and distant mountain retreats. Southern Railway also ofiers superior service and accomodations to reach tbe Qreat Lake Region, tbe Alleghany and Adirondack fountains. Low round trip rates. Don't make a selection for a place to spend :be heated season until you write tbe underilgned for Descriptive Literature of any Reiort Place In America and a Summer Homes Folder. R. W. Hunt, D. P. A., Charleston, S. C., W .E. MoOe, T. P. A.. Augusta, Qa. J. D. McGee. C. P. & T. A.. Greenville. S. C. S. H. Hardwlck, G. P. A., Washington, D. C. W. H. Taoloe, A. O. P. A., Atlanta, Ga. ^ ^ Norie'a Locals. I have added a line of wall papering to my business. A most complete set of sample books with all kinds outers and grades, and mouldings to match, now ready for inscectlon. Orders Ailed promptly for any quantity, Satisfaction guarenteed. Come and see the beautiful samples. A new lot of flower pots Just In. I will give yon 10 11m. of the best green coffee for S1.00 that you have bad offered you in i long time. Icecream salt, better and cheaper tban the ordinery kind. A fresh shipment of ornckersjust opened. Evaporated peaches and apples, dried apples, prunes, ourrants and raisins. Let me sell you some cheap fruit. How do these prices strike you? Some dried apples 7 cents pound. Evaporated apples, 8 and 10 cts, worth 10 amd 16c. Evaporated peaobes 8 and 10c worth 10 and 15c. Prunes 8 and 10c, worth 10 aDd 15c. A few ralHlns with seed 121-2 and 15c. Seeded raisins in 1 lb. package 16c. S pounds of nloely oleaned currants, and that exhausts the stock. Amos B. Morse. > r | Season is Here f |, WHEN YOU ENJOY J [ RUGGY pIDING J J I m ?Ko limit If mil hnyp the w I right kind of a vehicle i We have tbe vehicles which will please * you and that will wear longer than a J great many other makes. *; We bought these vehicles last fall and W gave the Manofactuers plenty of time # to paint them, so we have tbe r Nicest Finished < goods which we have ever bandied. # We also bought In car load lots and # got car load prices and freight rates 4 and propose to give our customers 4 the benefit of these prices, 4 Give us a call before buying and we # can interest you. S J. L. HILL & CO. t F Carriage, Buggy, Wagon and* Harness # P Repository. # Tbe spring of tbe year Is on us, now Is the time to take medicine and feel cood all summer. We have any kind of patent medicine you may want, also some of oar own make tbat we guarentee to be as good as tbe best Tbe Speed Drug Co. For tbe finest Ice oream and soda watej Jrsnks to be found anywhere, go to Tbe Speed Drag Co, : ' v . I CUSTOM yjjf While in New York we 1 . . . date lii I STATIC W Ever seen in the ppper part of the 6 Ujf of School Supplies. Call, it will be A'a our Immense stock. You: | C. A. Mil JP Phone 107. Attention,, Come and Get Your Gi I have in stock now one cai Also the Lyle Hay PreBS at and see it in operation. Am also agent for the celebrated Jon the very best that's made. Also the CI Press. 8ee one at the Warehouse. Bar] your cotton and seed. W. D. BA P. 8?Cotton seed meal delivered to any j The real thii ^ ^ Particular ' the finest vJ* right, for ^ "5 A delights tl 1 r*/\ ther. Tb first pick! One lb. Cans 75c. tips. Has Half lb. 40c. arising t'r< One-fourth lb. 20c cup. Grea AND RICHLY g00d body WORTH THAT. 6nd* A t it. We al | mixed Tea L.T.&T.l FOR SALE. ] Land, Land, Land! E , "PIFTEEN TRACTS EQUIDISTANT FROM c City of Abbeville and Greenwood. Now .la the time to bay a home. Don't be a man without a borne. Let niggers crop and rent. Tbe following tracts will be on tbe market for 90 days: ?- ? ? ? . AHHa. C 85 acres in me incorporate uuim ? vllle. >?, . J One tract of 60 acres In two: miles of Abbe- r vllle. f One tract of 50 acres In town of Abbeville 1 half mile of Court House. a One tract of 215 acres two miles east of Ab- } bevllle, four horse farm. . One tract of... 80 acres One tract of...125 acres 8 One traot of...100 acres Onto tract of...300 acres t One tract of...220 aores One tract of...l00 acres j One tract of...200 acres One tract of... 61 acres One traot of... 75 aores One tract of...l00 acres 1 One traot of...125 aores One traot ot.. 50 acres I One tract of...600 acres. r Six of these tracts are In "Possoum Trot," t about a mile from the noted Silas Ray home- 1 stead which Is for sale. 6 Address meat Abbeville or visit me at the home of S. F. Cromer. j J. Young Jones, ? Sept. 10,1901. LAND AGENT. < 8 State of Sonth Carolina, j COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. y To the County Board of Education j for said County: i rflHE UNDERSIGNED BEING ONE- ] third cf the qualified electors llvlnjj with- ' In certain territory proposed to be formed 1 Into a new school district, the boundaries of ( which are hereinafter particularly set forth, , respectfully petition your honorable board to ; form a school district or the territory herein- fc after particularly described. < The proposed new school district contains ( nnr, lflflu than ten sauare miles, and the taking 1 of territory from adjacent school districts t does not reduce any of them below the Con- f stltutlonal limits as to area. The children living In the proposed school district oannot conveniently attend any of the sohools In the adjoining districts. The proposed school district is to be formed from parts of districts Nob. 26,8,3 and 6, and has following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at a point on the road leading from Abbeville to Lowndesvllle, fourteen miles from Abbeville, and running 8. 67 E to white oali on road to Bradbury's, thence S. 36 E. 240 chains, thence S. 54 w. 270 chains to polut on road to Latimer's station, thence N. 86 W. 210 ohalns, thence N. 55 E. to point on Augusta road, tftence along the .Lowndesville and Abbeville road to place of beginning. Lamar Cllnkscales, M. B. Cann, J. T. Baskln, Jr., J. P. Grant. M. A. Simpson, H.W.Campbell, . W.A.Moore, W.T.Cunningham, T. L. Cann. John T. Clinkscales, J. 0. Cann, J.E.Campbell, All persons who may be opposed to the formation of said school district are hereby noticed to appear In my office at Abbeville, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of August 81st, 1901, and make known theirobjection. J. S. GIBERT, County Superintendent of Education. Aug. 21,lflOl. tf 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 Obtain a Patent" sent upon request. Patents secured through us advertised for sale at our expense. Patents taken out through us receive spccial notice, without charge, in the fatot uttusu, i 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, 0. C j i Our line of stationery and school supplies Is ' complete. Don't fall to give us a call when in ^ Deed of some. If you can't come yourself rlDg phone No. 18. Tbe Speed Drug Co. Sohool opens Monday, September, 30. We are ready with a full line of school books, slates, crayons, pencils, tablets, peun and Ink. Phone 18. The Speed Drug Co. Books! Books! Books! The Speed Drug Co., has for sale all the books used in our public schools. Give us a call and supply your self. The Speed Drug Co. I,0u0 pencil tablets, single and double ruled, slates, chalks, lead pencils, slate penolls, all Rchool supplies will be found at The Speed Drug Co. Phone 18. Nothing will compare with Mllford's Liver Medicine for Its purpose. At Milford's Drug Store. Phoue .107. Harris's Carbonated Water and Ginger Ale at Mlllord's Drug Store. Lowney'e oatfdy, '.esh every week at the up-to-date drug store of C. A. Mlllord. Phone iw. \ ; " i kersT*| Sought the most up-to- Sfy ae of . . . Sjff ?nery m I J Jtate, as well as a complete line W a pleasure to show you through w rs to please, m [/FOR D, I thf nRiififiiST. r-.:| Farmers! | - / ain Fertilizers. r Guano and one car Acid Phosphate. the store. Fine Press for $35. Come es Mowers and Rakes? jattanooga Power Hay ley, Rye, etc. I want Yours to sell, , ,1 RKSDALE. I jart of the city. 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Notice is hereby give? that in accor*x ? a lance with an Act o/ the General "iBsembly, and iriconformity'with the equirements of "the State Constituion, the books fofth'e regidtriition of ill legally qualified voters, and for the sailing of transfers; ect., will be open it the office of Supervisors of Reglstraion in the Court House, between the lour 9 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. 1 . n., on the first Monday of each nonth, and kept open for three successive days In each month until hirty days before the next 'general slectlon. V; The Board of Registration is the udge of the qualifications of all ipplicants for registration every male ./a7 "' Ho O.olo an/1 nf tha TTnit^H State, twenty-one years of age, who is lot an idiot is not insane, is not a muper supported at the public expense, and is not confined in any pubic prison, and who has not been convicted of burglary, arson, obtaining ijoods or money under false pretenses jerjury, forgery, robbery, bribery, idultery wife beating, housebreaking, eceiving stolen goods, breaoh of trust yith fraudulent intent, fornication, . lodomy, incest, assault with intent to avish, miscegenation, larceny, or ;rimes against the election laws, and vbo shall have been a resident in this State two years (except ministers in sharge of organized churches and eachers of public schools, and these liter pix months residence in the State,) a resident in the County for lix months, and in polling precincy bur months, and who can read any Section in the Constitution of 1895, or ;an understand and explain any sec;ion of said Constitution when read to aim by the registration officer or offi:ers shall be entitled to registration and become an elector upon application for juch registration. If any person has seen convicted of any of the crimes ibove-mentioned, a pardon of the "* ? /J Jnrtnnl'flnolmn governor remuvea iuc uu<juiuiuv/i?ivu. In case any minor who will become twenty-one years of age after the closing of the Boobs of Registration and before the election, ana is otherwise qualified to register, makes application under oath showing he is qualified to register, the Boards shall register such applicant before the closing of the books. Any person whose qualifications as an elector will be completed after the closing of the Registration Books but before the next election shall have the right to apply for and secure a registration certificate at any time within jixty days immediately preceding ;he closing of the Registration Books, jpon an application under oath to the 'acts entitling him to such registra:ion. The registration of voters must be Dy polling precincts. There must be a Book of Registration for each polling precinct, that is for eacn township, or pariah nr nit.v nr town of less than Ive thousand inhabitants, or ward of ;ities of more than five thousand nhabitants. Each elector must vote n the polling precinct in which he esides. If there is more than one noting place in the polling precinct, ;he elector may vote at any voting jlace designated on the registration The Rnarrla must . ripflipnata /CI UiiV/at^. A ? ? a u the registration certificate the votng place in the polling precinct at ivhich the elector is to vote. If there 9 more than one voting place in the jolling precincts, the Boards shall Jesignate on the certificate the voting slace selected by the elector. S. 8. BOLES, W. A. LANIER. G. H. MOORE. Board of Supervisors of Registration A beautiful line of white Anil red flannels, low on uale at liaddon'ti.