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,; v v ' ' ! \ <* r>Y - .. CONTRIBUTED LOCALS What "M" Sees aud Hears on His1 Ronndh About tlie City. Abbeville, S. C., Nov. 6,1901. AT^HYMEN'S AI.TAR. Dr. C. C. Gambrell and Miss Bessie Edwards uriii ha united in thfl hnndii of holv wedlock this, Wednesday evening at the borne of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Edwards on Main Street. Rev. E. H. Jones of the M. E. Church officiating. This will be a pretty borne marriage and the house will be must beautifully decorated for the happy occasion. The bride elect is one of Abbeville's most cultured young ladles, and the groom Is one of the rising young physicians of this city, each having hosts ol friends who extend in advance kindest congratulations and be6t wishes. Dr. and Mrs. Gambrel) will occupy one of the preity cottages of Capt. L. W. White, where they will be at home to their friends. Mr. C. G. Sayreand Miss Minnie Dill will be married this Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Edward McCrady of the Episcopal Church officiating. Tbeorlde elect Is one of Abbevllle'B prettiest young ladleB. Tbe groom Is one or Abbeville's prominent busi- 1 ness men, being In charge of tbe Electric Light and Power Company of thin dty. Many friends extend In advance kindest congratulations and best wishes lor tbelr future Happiness. A GALA WEEK FOR ABBEVILLE. 'Valter Main's big circus today. A "Baby" show on Friday next, and two marriages, all in tbe same wees. MOVING AROUND. Mr. Lewis Smith and family have moved into tbe home or Mr. it. 8 Link. CHIMING MARRIAGE BELLS Are still ringing their merry chimes for some , of Abbeville's most popular young ladles in the near future. COMING AND GOING. Mr. W. C. Moore la In the city visiting relatives and friends, all of whom are glad to see hlro after so long an absence from this, bin old borne. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Knox were shopping in tbeolty last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McNeill were shopping in tbe city last Friday. Mr. A. J. Woodbarst oame to tbe city last Friday on business. Miss LlllieLink was shopping in tbe city one day last week. Miss Joule and Miss Lennle McCanty were In the city one day last week. Miss Norma Maory, a bright pretty young lady of Augusta. is the guest of ber relatl ven, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McAllster of Lebanon. She will make an extended visit of several > months, ere she returns. Mrs. Jobn A. McAllster, after a pleasant stay with Mrs. Sarah Drennon of Bethel neighborhood, bus returned to her home in Mount Carmel. Miss Ellen Leslie Is visiting Miss Watson of tbe Lebanon section. Miss Mary DuPre left last Monday for a visit to relatives at Clemson. Miss Marlon Thomas returned home last Saturday after a delightful stay of several months with ber sister In Sumter. Capt. and Mrs. S.N. Williams are in Greensboro, N. C., at tbe bedside of tbelr son, train master H. A. Williams, who was moBt painfully, if hot seriously Injured in tbe wreck on K? QAn?V>Aiin loot ToaqHu t7 Thlfl TX7RR A fpft?" ml wreck, tearing up cars and kllllDg a large number of floe "Show" horses, among tbe > number waB tbe one given Buffalo Bill by Qen. Nelson Miles. CITY FARMING. Mr. M. B. Syfau planted a small patcb of cotton around bis bouse In Fort Pickens, from whlob be has already picked and ginned a bale weighing 482 pounds, and thinks he will gather 500 pounds more. ? R. F. D. SERVICE. Some of the many advantages ottered to farmers by this system are that tbe live "upto-date" farmer who takes the dally newspaper Is In touch with the dally markets of tbe world, and tbe ourrent news as well. Another is tbe quick ana ready means of communication they can have one with another, as one can communicate with his neighbor, or every one along tbe route In the short space of a few hours. These are opportunities and advantages that the wide awake farmer already Bees and Is taking advantage of, for onoe enjoyed, they can't afford to do without them. During tbe past two roonuJB me uarnerg uuve uau u piguic, uwmg to the beautiful weaiber, (barring tbe clouds of dost) but now tbey are out of tbe dust and Into the mud, but such Is life. All the road cannot be bright and sunny for "Into each life some rain must fall, some days be dark and dreary." Numbers of our patrons are remodeling tbelr wooden boxen, and some putting up new ones, thus showing tbelr appreciation of the service. With few exceptions every one on tbe three routes have placed orders for Dice galvanized boxes, which of themselves would Indicate that this system of mall service has come to stay, then why not prepare for It right? KELIOIOCS SERVICE. On last Sunday morning Rev. R. H. Jones, pastor of the M. E. Church preaohed an earnest and impressive sermon, from St. Matthew 12 and first part of the 5th verse. "But they made light of It" His discourse was to show that men everywhere are making light of the great "gospel feast," tbe "feast of Salvation," which the great "King" of the universe has prepared, and to which all are invited. They make lljfbt of it, by their rejection of it, by their non-attendance upon the various ordinances of tbe church, and in various ways they are dally and hourly slighting tbe Invitation, which Is offered to tbe whole world without money, and without price. There was much wholesome food for thought in nls discourse which was ilntnnnd Ln thrnusrhnnt with marked interest. In tbe evening Rev. T. W. Sloan of the A. R. \ P. Church preached a fine sermon In tbe Methodist Church to a large and attentive congregation. '/V * m M * THE FURNITURE FACTORY. Brlek Is Being Laid?Tbe Walls will Bite. Tbe lot on whlcb tbe furniture factory Is to be built shows signs of activity. Tbe ex,cavatlons bave been dug, and tbe brick Is being put In tbe foundations for tbe walls. The work Is superintended by Manager W. G. Chapman. President J. 3- Stark and Book Keeper, and Treasurer C. P. Hammond are casting wistful eyes in that direction. After Mr. Hammond makes further progress ; od tbe work of the erection of tbe building, they will assemble on the grounds and help to push things along. 'A-corllnn engine of 100 horsepower, and a boiler of 125 horse power, bave been contract ed for. A full complement of the latest, and best maohlnery for manufacturing furniture has been ordered. All these machines to be delivered between the middle of January and tho flpfit f\f \far/th Boys Suits and Shoes. Cold weather is here and the little ones must be cared for, so bring them around and let us fit them up. P. Rosenberg & Co. If there is any one line to which we give more attention than others it is shoes. "We receive hundreds of pairs almost every week and it seems that they go as fast as they come in. \V? <?ai? surelv make it to vour interest to l>e one ot our shoe customers. W. Joel Smith & Son. Cobb A McDavid'* Localii. Visitors to tbe Fair are cordially invited to Inspect oar stock of shoes. Cobb <t McDavid. CrOBsetts SS 50 shoes are the best, for sale by Cobb & McDavid. Buy a pair of Drew Selby'8 shoes for ladles. Cobb <fc McDavid. Best S1.25 brogan on tbe market, regular $1.50 value. Cobb & McDavid. Rubber shoes of all kinds at Cobb & McDavld's Cobb & McDavid shine all customer's shoes free. See our ladies' $1.25 aboea. They are fully guarenteed. Cobb <fc McDavid. Don't fail to sow barley an<l rye. Don't fail to plant onion sets. Don't fail to eat pure Muscovado molasses. Don't fail to come to us for each ami all of the above. W. Joel Simth & Son. Get our prloes on Bagging and Ties before you boy. J. Allen Smith, Jr. , ,r " " ~ ' , ) i p. Are revo ^ll i TheYORK" Sack Suit ?Egr LOWNDSVILLE. Tronpe Wnten npnn Attractive Wed' dloK?Sonth Carolina7* Losn, OeorKia'H Gain. Lowndsvllle. Nov. 4,1901. Mr. J. R. Blake, Jr. of Abbeville came up yesterday a week ago, and spent tbe night with his brother-in-law, Mr. H. A. Tennent. MnglfttratefJ.tt. Huckabee, bin mother Mr?. J. W. Huckabee and bis Bister Miss Llllle L, Huckabee, went to Anderson, to-day was u wepk ago. **'? '? - " r~\~- ? ~r onH XYA1B9 XJYi*JsIC iUljr VjtJI LCI w? Ml SB Leila Belle McCalla, ol "The Fork" were Id town Monday. Mr. Jno. W. McCalla of Wofford College came borne Monday, to spend a few days. Miss Janle Thomas, of Warrenton came In MoDday then on to the home of Hon. I. H McCalla. Mrs. P. B. Speed of Abbeville came up Monday and was tbe guest of Mr. T. Baker foi several d&ys. Mr. W. L. Kennedy had on exhibition on oar streets Tuesday a 9 lb. scale carp which be bad caught with a hook and line In Rock; River. A few days before that be bad cauRbl a fish of the same genus, which weighed sis pounds. Wednesday evening two droves of wild geese passed over about tbe center of thU place. One passed over about 4 p. m. heading North East, the other awhile after sunset, go log South West. Mr. Jas. H. Bell had the misfortune to burl his arm pretty badly In agin Friday evening It was at first tbouebt that his le't arm was broken. Dr. J. D. Wilson, who wan called In after a olose examination decided that tbe arm was not broken Rev. Foster Speer went down to Warrenton Saturday evening and filled the appointment of Rev. H. C. Fennel at that place yesterday at 11:80 a. m. He came back to Bell's Chapel and preached In that church at 3:30 The splendid crop gathering weather con tlnues. Just how much longer this will be ihe case none of us know. According to Prof Hicks, a few days more, and winter will be upon us. It Is to be boped this will come tc naught, as it would take but a short time Ion ger of good weather for tbe planters to finish gathering their crops, have their small jjraln sowed, and there would be no longer a necesl ty lor exposure to wintry blaste. All or near ly all signs have failed this year,almost every thing has seemed to have been out of Joint and so too, the planets upon which tbe Prof bases his predictions may too have gont away. Tbe passage of tbe days can alone verily, or disprove tbe approach of tbe evl day. Wednesday at 8 p. m. at tbe bomn of tbe bride's latber, Hon. I. H. McCalla, Mr. C. C kinder of Hartwell, and Miss Leila Bell Mc Calla were united In marriage by Rev. J. L Daniel. Mr. Llader stands blgb In social and business circles at bis home across tbe Savan nah. Mist .McCalla Is tbe only daughter o Ex-Senator I. H. McCalla. She Is refined, ao compllsbed and pretty. Her acquaintance it extensive and she Is very popular wbere evei known. This young couple begin life undei quite favorable auspices, financially and socl ally, and If tbe good wishes of a host of rej atlves and friends can avail, their future health, prosperity and happiness are assured Tbe ushers on tbe above mentioned occasion were Messrs Lbclus McMulon and Loyd Teas ley, of Hartwell. Tbe first groom's man and bride's made tc enter the parlor wbere tbe marriage ceremo ny was performed were Mr. W. P. McCall, o, Washington, D. C., and Miss EmmaLlnder Hartwell. Second, Mr. R. H. Moseley, Lowndsvllle and Miss Susie McMulon, Hartwell. Third. Mr. Lee Llnder, Hartwell, and Misi Annie McCalla, Heardmont. Fourth, Miss Lizzie Carter, Maid of Honor Next came tbe bride leaning on tbe arm o: her lather. As they entered one door the groom leaning oh tbe arm of bis brother Mr Emmet Llader. ' Alter tbe mala actors In the naptlals, aboul to be consummated bad taken their respeo tlve positions, tbe officiating clergyman, lc tbe beautiiul and Impressive ritual of tbe Methodist oburcb made the contracting parties husband aDd wife. In due time the crowd estimated at 75 or 8( were invited to and did surround tables well filled with everything that heart copld wist In tbe eating line, lue bridal party left foi Hartwell tbe next day. Mr. D. L. Barnes and Miss Llllle Huckabee went to Abbeville yesterday evening. Mrs. Mattle Klnley now of Texas, but formerly or Griffin Ua., has been for the pasi week with tbe lamllies of her cousins Mr. E W. Harper and Mr. J. F. Harper. Sbe came here several months ago. bringing tbe re mains of her beloved moLher, which were lay ed to rest la tbe Harper burylug ground neai Harper's Ferry. Mrs. Klnley came last week to see after tbe putting up of a monument over her loved one's laBt resting place. Troupe. ?? ABBEVILLE'S SAFETY. Farmer* to the Nouthenat of Ua Can not Get Awny Bet-mine of the Beaii' tlful Mud at DeuUy'M Bridge. Tbe mud at Dendy's Bridge, which has bac the water partially dried out during tbe lasi month of dry weatber and sunsnlne, Is get ting ready for business again, and in course of a lew dayB,or possibly a few weeks, will be ready to swamp wagons, buggies and tbe like, or forbid their crossing except at ravor able times. Some complaints have been heard as to oui cotton market, whether Just or unjust we d< not know, bat It Is quite certain ibnt, thoM farmers who live on this side of Dendy'i Bridge can't get away. The farmers north o us may go to Due West because the roads an good, but we have those on the other side o town In a pen, so that they can't get away That Is one good thing about the Dendy mud road. Farmers on this side of Long Cane an safely ours. If Greenwood should Invade oui territory, and re survey the road and build t high bridge at the proper place, we woult then have no trade upon which we could relj In case of dlBaatlslaclton with our coltot market. If Greenwood should undertake to take 1h< UUIjr littUC Ul WUIUU lie uavG n uiuvu, ou ua junction should Issue. We can t afford to lost our eotuin business. Ah long ats the Dendj Bridge crossing exists we are sure o( book irade. 5 shares of Abbeville Cotton Mill for sale Apply toMra. W. A. Lee, Abbeville,B.C. t New crop N. O. molasses Just received. J Allen Bmltb Jr. 1 nt ROS lutionizing tl] WE PRESEI PT.ATF.R OF G-E] CLOTHING AT I WILL SAVE YOT Boys' 5 We have some $4, and we have a $ Call for our Three I Lunch Hints. Gilliam has moved THE CITY RESTAURANT TO ROOM i in O'Neal Block, i wbere he Is better prepared than ever to supply yoor wants. C*ll nod get your dinner or t lunch. Prompt service. i ( Meals at all Hours. i Qlve me a call If you are needing '< p ace , to board. Henfy Gilliam, 1 O'NEAL BLOCK. For Sale. i As I HAVE DECIDED TO GO OUT OF the Livery business soon, will sell? TWO CARRIAGES AND HARNESS. TWO HACKS AND HARNESS. SIX TOP BUGGIES AND HARNESS. TWO OPEN BUGGIES AND HARNESS. These vehicles are In good repair and wlllbf Bold cheap. J. S. Stark. Oct. 9,1901. tr 1 en 101. HIS OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FEOM TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th UNTIL TUESDAY. ; DECEMBEK 31st. r ; The Kate of State, County, School ; and Special Tax, Including One Dollar Poll Tax, One Dollai f Commutation Tax. IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT TC raise supplies for the riscal year commenc , lng January 1, 1901, ootlce 1s hereby giver that the office of County Treasurer of Abbe i vllle County will be open for the collection o taxes for said fiscal year from Tuesday, Octo . ber 15th, until Tuesday, December 31st, with r out penalty. Rates per cent, ol taxation art ? as follo.ws : State Tax 5 mills. County Tax 21^ " 1 Special County (Road).... % " Slaking Fund l | School 3 " Total 12 ) In addition to the above a special tax wll I be collected for school purposes as follows: Abbeville Special School mills. Abbeville Special R.R.bonds. 1J^ " Bethel 8 " 1 Sharon 4 " 1 Due West 8 " ljowndetsviite 4 " ! Mt. Carmel 3 " Old Wlllington 8 > New Wellington 3 " McCormlck 2 " A poll tax of One Dollar per capita on al . male citizens between tbe<age of 21 and (K ; yearn, except euch as are exempt by law, wit; be collected. A commutation road lax of One Dollar wll be collected the same time as otber taxei from all male citizens between the ate of 2 and 50 years, except such as are exempted bj law. Unless said tax is paid by first of Feb ruary, 1902, four days work upon tbe publl* highways will be required under a contractor Taxes are payable only In gold and Btlvei coin, United States currency. National Banl Notes and Coupons of State Bonds which be come payable during the year 1902. As so few avail themselves of the opportun lty of paying taxes at tbe times aod placei I heretofore designated,! will discontinue thf L appointments over tbe County, and collec - ail taxes at the Treasurer's office. ! Parties desiring Information i>y mall in re s card to their taxes will please write befon s December 15th. stating tbe location of theli property, and Include postage for reply, anc those paying taxes by check must Include th< r charge for collection. j J. R. BLAKE, JR., * Treasurer. ' Oct. 1,1901. tf i * [ Our buyer went to markei > late au<l loiind many bargains, i lie bought liberally and while j oiir splendid goods a n cl 1 o a\ j prices are bringing a stead j ' stream of customers to our store. We still have room for more ami the reader is cordially invited t<i t call and cxaimine the many barf gains we offer. W. ?7<hj1 .Smith & Son. - -y , / I ;enb Lings this Fal TT YOU THIS WE NTTS' SUITS AND < IIGHT PRICES. C J MONEY. uits..... fine values in this line *ood Child's Suit for 3i r\nr\ Qni+o T? 1 or> JIU^C kJUXtO. 1VUVVJ11VV .OSEI . CAMldy'H Locals. Apples, bananas, oranges, soda water, cocoanuts, Jrlsb and sweet potatoes. Just arrived: Pencil tablets, lo., 2o., 8c., 4r? 5o, 7c., 9c. Slates, cbalk, composition books, lPeal and fools cap, Inks, box writing paper. Pen tablets, Sc., 10o., loc. Fancy groceries, notions, perfumery, onions cocoanuts brooms,axe bandies, axle grease, cbeese, crackers, sausage, Boston beans, cigars, tobacco, pipes, cigarettes and snufl, pindars, almonds, walnuts, coffee, sugars, teas, spices, citron. Baker's chocolate, No. 1 flour, meal,grits, vinegar, syrup, kerosene, tinware all kinds, soap. Open from 6 a. m. until 12 at nlgbt. Mackerel, bacon, lard and many other tblnes All you bave to do Is to come around and see me, and what you don't nee, ask for It, and you will Bee very quick if I have It on baud. You can get all kinds of bargalnH in Hoaps. Being not well acquainted by tbe name of A. 8. J. Casaidy throughout Abbeville and Abbeville county, come around to Mike Cassldy?be Is tbe same. Aeent for all tbe leading newspapers of tbe country. Abbeville-Green wo od MUTUAL IISDIIM ASSOCIATION. $ 550,000. VITRITE TO OR CALL on tbe'underslgned or to the Director of your Townsblp * ? ? ? 1 ? ?/VM man /iaalfO ?hnn 1 lur Buy luiuruiatiuu /uu umj ???-. oar plan of Insuranoe. i We Insure your property agalDBt doatruo tlon by r FIEE, WIND5IDEK OS LI6ETSIN5, and do so cheaper than any InBuranoe Com pany In existence. Remember we are prepared to prove to yon that ours 1b the safeat and oheapeet plan of Insurance known. , J. R. BLAKE, Jr., Agent, Abbeville, S. C. 1 J. FULLER LYON, Pres. ' Abbeville, S. C. BOARD DIRECTORS. ' W.E. Leslie Abbeville Township S.M.Benjamin Greenwood " * J. Add. Calhoun Nlnety-81x " W. B. Acker Donalds " M. B. Cllnkscales Due West " Dr. J. A. Anderson.Dlamond Hill " ! H. A. Tennent Lowndesvllle " J. D. Coleman Coronaca " J.W.Lyon Troy " J. R. Tarrant Calhoun Mills T. L. Haddon .Long Cane " Joseph Lake Pboenlx " J. H. Chiles, Jr Bradley " P. B. Calllson Calllson " R. W. Townsend Klnards " A. K. Watson Cedar Spring 1 A.O.Grant Magnolia " H. O. Harvey Walnut Grove " W. A. Nlckles .Hodges " J. W. Scott Verdery " J.T. Mabry Cokesbury " 8. F. Cromer JSmlthvllle " G. N. McKlnney Bordeanx " P. B. Calllson and Joseph Lake, Yeldel Township. P. B. Calllson. J. Add. Calhoun and Joseph Lake. Klrkseys Township. J. Add. Calhoun, Joseph Lake and R. W Townsend, Fellowship Township. J. Add. Calhoun, Joseph Lake and R. W Townsend, Brooks Township. J. W. Lyon and A. K. Watson, Indian Hll Township. Abbeville, S. C., Jan. 17, 1900. ; Bridges to Let. r On Wednesday, November 13, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., I will let to tbe 3 lowest responsible bidder tbe building j of tbe following bridges : 1 Two over creek one mile south of . Price's mill on Rocky River. j One bridge over creek on road from [ McMahan's gin and Lamar Clink} scales. At 3 o'clock same day, I will also let ihe two bridges over Penney's creek, one on the Lowndesville road and one on the Hamlin's bridge road. Also at name time I will let repairs on the Hamlin's bridge over Little River. Tbe first mentioned will be let t at McMahan's Kin, and the last three 'la' bridge over Penney creek on Ham. Jin's bridge road. J The right is reserved to reject any iaud all bids. r| Contractor to give good and suftir cient bond for faithful performance of contract. G. N. NICKLES, 1 C. S. A. C. I rw ot 1001 tf I Vtl. ><1| 1UU1> ?. The most compleete line of brushes lo be found in town teat The Bpeed Drug Co. Tooth brushes, nail brushes, hair brushes, clothes brushes, whist brushes, lu fact any kind of a brush you want. The Speed Drug-Co. s iERG I in the line c ;ek some of thi overcoats, and all around an] i Wo qta nfftvrino' ' f T V M/A W y L. t this week we are pus VBER HILL'S MPS' I AM PREPARED AT ALL TIMES TO lurnlebes my customers FRESH BEEF, PORK, SADSA3E, And Fresh Loaf Bread Fresh fish on Friday and Rsturday. Highest I mortal nrl?? nnlrl fnr RpfiVftS and UoEl and Green Bait Hides. T. H. MAXWELL. Phone No. I. *MT Are our Specialty. mu SELL THEM, W Hi REPAIR THEH. The best of it is our guarantee goes with every one that leaves our hands. * I IP YOUR WATCH DOES NOT KEEP TIME BRING IT TO US, AND LET U8 FIX IT UP. IF IT CAN'T BE FIXED LET US SHOW YOU WHAT A BARGAIN WL CAN GIVE YOU IN A NEW ONE. We insure perfect satisfaction WITH EVERY PIECE OF WORK WE TURN OUT. YOU CAN DEPEND ON IT TO BE EXACTLY A8 REPRESENTED. Thp Thp rid Pn UK lllu lllll UU; JEWELERS. Inspectors for S. A. L. . An Ordinance. To Raise Supplies for the City of Abbeville for the Fiscal Year 1902. Be it ordained by the mayor and Aldermen of tbe City of Abbeville, S. C., In council assembled and by authority of tbe same: Tbat a Tax for tbe sums and in a manner hereinafter Darned, eball be railed and paid into tbe treasury of tbe City Council for tbe uses and purposes thereof for the fiscal year 11*02. Notice Is hereby given that the office of City Treasurer of Abbeville will be open for tbe collection of taxes for said fiscal year, from THURSDAY, November 7tb. 1901, until TUESDAY, December 31st, 1901, WITHOUT PENALTY. Rates per cent, of taxation are aB follows: City Tax mum. Wattr Works Thx (Interest oq Bonds and Sinking Fund) 2% mills. 7 mills. A Commutation Road Tax of Two Dollars and Fifty Cents (2 50) will be collected the same time as other taxes, from all male citizens between the age of 18 and 55 years, except such as are exempted by law. Unless said tax Is paid by the first day of January, 19(12, SIX DAYS WORK upon the public highways and streets of the city will be required under the Street Overseer. All persons falling or refusing to pay the commutation tax or to work six full days, upon conviction, shall pay a fine of not more than thirty dollars or be Imprisoned for not more than thirty days. Done and ratified in City Council this 10th day of September, 1901. S. G. THOMSON, Mayor. JAMES CHALMEBS, City Clerk. Oct. i, 1901. tr .. i & c )f Clothing, I P T A mXT'cun T7 A CI TJTOTS 1) iJilliJOl X' AtJliXVX WE ARE SELLING D SEE US AND WI and $6 Suits for $3 an< ihing Clothing and Hats G & Drugs, Seeds, Stationei AT MY STORE. CALL AND GET MY Pf Duire's JLiri The real thii ^ ^ Particular the finest vJ* vC right, for A delights tl I 1 fcAl ther Tl first picki One lb. Cans 75c. tips. Ha Half lb. 40c. arising l'r One-fourth lb. 20c Cup. Gres AND RICHLY good bod5 WORTH THAT. *nd' A it. We a mixed TeJ L. T.&T.l I HAVE LAID IN A " SEEDS FOR % BAKLEY, ItYE, liED CLO^ /-IT RTTIJ YVfll Xlli v. uv i ALFALFA CLOVER, ENGLISH WINTER VETCH, SKIN and YELLOW Di It Is time you were getting Amos 1 School Be -?! Tablets i- Pens.] We have anything you may i School begins Monda Let us supply y THE SPEED - PIIONE WM. H. PARKElt. WM. P. GREENE[ PARKER & GREENE, Attorneys ani Counsellors at Law. Office on LAW RANGE. ABBEVILLE - SOUTH.CAROLINA. *' May 4. 1898. tf II Harris's Carbonated Water and Ginger Ale J at MUlord'B Drug Store. i f: :: l . . ? ' I 5 Y U- m -0$1 [ats, Etc. ' "M K/l\ ' 'll Wl *Pf V1 r M 1 ftr > mm* h .. Your Stationery AND Drug Account | CAN BE REDUCED AT LEAST * ONE THIRD BY MAKING ALL PURCHASES . FROM ME. YOU CAN FINE A \ GOOD ASSORTMENT OF ry and Toilet Articles l ICES. igr, Book and Seed Store* tig... >" gf ' people insist on having flavored Teas. They are really good Tea not only tie drinker?it goes florae O. & O. .brand is the Ings of early spring Tea s that fragrant bouquet, om a rich, full flavored it strength combined with r makes it cheaper in the taste tells the tale. Try lso have the nicest 50c. i> in town. Vf. Miller, j l FINE STOCK OF ..... AIL SOWING / L || 'ER. CRIMSON CLOVER, R CLOVER, LUCERNE or . , HAIRY or SAND VETCH, SPINACH, PEARL, SILVER VNVER ONION SETS. (j, s seeds in the ground. ' M 3. Morse, ;| . . ' !' >oks? 3, Slates, .Pencils, [nks, Etc. teed in a school room, y morning, September 30th. ou with your needs. > DRUG CO. ! 2 8. dental notice. S. F. Killings worth, No. 4 Heal Blook. Abbeville, 8. 0. 1,000 pencil tablets, single and double ruled ales, cbalkn, lead penellH, slate peuolls, al :bool supines will be found at Tbe Speed ipiiff c.n. 1'tione 18. ' For ice call at Maxwell's'Market. Pbone No. 1. , ' ' ' >Y ? . . : : :