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The Abbeville Press and Banner. I
BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22. 1903. ESTABLISHED 1844 J
WUat "I" fteea aad Hears m Hla
la Caea<rjr aad la Tawa.
Abbeville, 8. U. April. 311??.
BUBAL MAIL KBTICK.
Tblaktag perbape the reader* of tbe Prai
ad Baaaer would be latanated Id ttole creel
?i? whiah la bow hiaafllllu
alaaaare ta (Ivlag report from tbe preaa 01
in worklc(*. Tbe amount of moll NMind
brttoMUOMbai bMa nor* than doubled
law im ayetem ?u adopted. Dertog IMS
tbe nriM mm tbe about OMOO,.
Ml Ibtn nr* Mill 700.0U0 tqaare mll? to b?
nwid, wbteb vUl nqoin ibt impioymMt
of kbaal ZJJOBO earners la addition to tba
MjMaov Muptoyod. aaakloa tbe total tore*
Wbeo Um asteoetoa U mada about 41 WO.
Tbedepartmeotexpaeu to pat oo tbta extra
fent wllblD Um Btit tbn? jrrar*. From the
. above m will be mm Ibia la a real araj oi
Raral carrier* earning oat ooa of tbe raoat
laaihbla aad popular wteati ever loaugu?
VlM by Coofreaa far tbe benefit ol tbe pmplr
at lance, aad tbMr appreciation of Ibis -Free
Delivery"of mall tebeat abowa by tbe large
bMraaaa of aall matter received aad deliver*
ad. MmM ttala abort report prove of loimii
toytir into, we will gite other raporta
eaee la avbile.
v. c. rimun fall ijtto un.
ItoMMRtaaloo of U. 0. Vttmw wlli
ttke pteee to Oolosble on tbe I2U. Utb end
MlbeJM*y aext,by ofderoftteseraiaarvlle
OMMMbdlac Vetermoa. Tbe good people of
CWibtto pnmim to "pot do" ifcanaailrai on
tbtooaaaMao, aMktag Uom oftbe graadeet
IN Mat ee)oyjU>Ja ntoniooa ever glees tbe
M aoidlara. every ouap la aaraeetlr re
earned l? eleel dekeMea a? oeea lo tbe tftaie.
isvetiae totbs paoeral reoatoa. whleb takea
Mm at Mew Orlaaaa. baaialag tbe 1Mb 01
Kay praslaan Hags tar fturfwn bn oi
aa east par aatleeaab way wUl be abarged
Mil taeioaad trip to aad flroaa Colombia.
mat ronras on bouts b& &.
Dr. JL W. bbarerd bea beea qolie lodleposad
fWr tbe peel week, oot la bow ap ead a boot
Ibiapbagla ?Heaaaalae1too along tbe 4bbeWtltoaad
MoaatOeraael ilae vaa eat off leal
Monday by tbe eroaalug of tbe wlrae. TbU
Utile tfOBble oaabaa tbe people appraetau
Mielbll^tbe greet prlvHed?o^MtBlklaig over
sj- fjft uVr^aSSk ?
~ Mr. QrMr Sbatard, ooa of tto? popular Toaog
IMS am Mil Jfo a, la oow aUainaa In u>?
i R%3f'i?. ?*, ,?
MUy daagbtar*, after a ptaaaaat vlalt 01
inwIAfi ID (mode and rataUvaa la tba
Juefcwwwttoe, retersad to ihalr boma la
MAqllM iSw; daagbtar of Mr. J
K,T?orttoa,baabaaaqaliaBlafc, boi la oow
"^ir? VliiVaKaasta baa tba baat flald of
lMtapMfOMaJ(o.S,Hlaw?lat blgb, bmry
lftSilMWUwy?>liwwia? floa ooa,
bvt axtt <)ft?a to tba narfc flvao In tba laat
yaifcal?lafn??aad Baaaar, tba nabr
Wpoudaef battaraoldaboold bin baas
Mi. J. IX MoOaw baa pat Is aom good aabataaltal
vat oa tba old Cbariaoioo road dartrnm
tba aaal W>. Ha will alao work oo tba
UaMfHiudLAMoa roada WaarayUd
Mr. JaaMa 8? Gibert hMjM returned from
VMIfiay, TbM mnud In tbe town or
lMW.aa He raoorte i loo Meting, and
imaliMJMnlli end Is extnngui in
mmm. main no flow ?? <*> mat. .
ROSSIS ~SZ.?VXZ?, is
?IM? MW mm U before. Tbeee two
|M rer* enptig tbe Ibrrowa and tbe
Saebii MnUtofTai tn tbe veto pctiinf
weo imd entering tbe eeed. -Lire and ,
feara" to a good and tome next m.
Fbrteege^ >jnig iwawMa S ore J net now
aabool. la aow yraoileleg tor an enurtaf?
MM la to dm wadlai tn May. at tbe ,
Saiaof tSoeebooC Dalo *lil to it?eo inter. ,
Mr. David OtlUoni alter ependlDg Honday ,
8*SStU?5^to,&J2kW^ ?? ** '
orrr mi tamm aid tikil
Mr.Ett.H1U. Jr?le >im aaaln after ao
ntoeooaof oboot tear yeere. H11 balle now 1
NM too ?U>d of rtowere." Daring ht? I
atoMontotoeaeeoagooddeelor tbe world,
and Waasfoet tfble ftottoge were known ble
bMtfmawadld to bbe abator tbe poet, w too 1
SkKS*4haento ae bOm Ilka old
Alltrtft. Hli iway'ttleede are gied io wei- I
Mr, WifM Oa*f. or Or?trill*, ipaat lMt
Mta Mai WPUM.a? of Aidmon'inmow
mN lilitt* city ibe gecet
at tm bwtblg STWaH Tboaapaoa.
AMri wmw flMMt vim to bar yamti In I
flNMfllM Mi*. P. B. Walla ralorc *<S bomr i
M Tkanitr ??paala* by Boa. Mr.
Welt*. wboaleoaNttfeaatay of atrverat daya
ta tba Maaaiala any.
MbiQ<o>tl? Matrtiwbo baa baaa taaeb- i
, *U'f, W. J. Bryeea left laat waak tor bta i
Ijijjlb OareUaa bai^ wbara ba will maka i
Tbeaeaa? trteadaef Dr.CXC. Oeobral will
2SKttterati l"rro*Uc* Md bop~ |
Mm 9. M. Ftollar left veatorday for Ooiaia
&YxSSS81beei Wo"Eaa UUr#r3r
Mtaa Tlvlea Caldwell altar a plea wot a tar
wMb frtaade aad relet! ree ta Abbeville, left <
laatTaanday tor bar beaae la Greenville.
Mr. Vlalar aal ball; MA Abbeville yeaterday
tor Bet&a, B. C., wbere tbay will make
ttetr baaae tor tba araaeet
A aaaabar of Abbevtiie'a pretty yooac
*-"?i wtli kk* la Ika fWUwlMl CbnlMt at
Biaaa ?lid>tttfltdior ?TUlB|T
Boo. Pr.y.T.fr?Uy ofPoa wm.pmcb04
ta Um Pmfcltwlii Cbsrcb kit ttanday
noraiac. TfetDosur baa t wars piaca to
tba bMrUof iu*7 of Abbarllls** paopto, who
in?t?iil|M lo sas u4 vtioomt bin in
TWSnibg KMtr lif. Jobs O. Wllsoo,
williil la Um Maibodial Qtorcb last 8aa- 1
Miy ofdataf to a lam aad Mtallvi eoogra*
SlM. Dr. Wtlvoe IssrseUy bstorad by iba
MpbafIkbaoamaaTty. aad aspsataliy bla
liliw ?IIWIIM Abbsvllts will always
mm wMa Mr aaua is bla aad bM bin
tartsa wtsoaM. Dartag bis star la Um ally
ba was IbsgasMof Mrs. Bla LaUmsr.
a?M lain A? TOC W1U. wijr.
last MHay tba sod Ism tor tbs soil on
KMSlfM M aM ibs U.& Ports atasad aad win
MtaMsl tte fm of May ptoilaa Quite
a 11 sett tlssa as tba oart of many otUaaas to
a* of touara aadar date ?f lbs 9fcb was
aMaMutod aboat tbo Fast oOoe, wbsrs raidpH
White ilea often break out aa tombTruth
fain nothing so mueh ba
Our (Hoods often think of us aa our
oiiuto apeak of aa.
Rmlns asralnsl bona la liko betting
ob aaetbar man'* game.
No, Cordelia, mermaids do not tie
tbair hair with marina band*.
Tba man who never made a miataka
Id hia lift la still unmarried.
A man of mark la ona whoee signature
looks Ilka the and of a ?
If* maa'i wife has been the making
of him aba doaan't allow him to forget
man'a mlafake eomaa from forget*
ting detail*; a woman'a from remembering
No sooner does a man brings up a
saw theory than otbera proceed to vote
Even In Mlnaeaota there are two
eoolhe In the jear when the sleighing
isn't anything to boaet of.
HAS EVER BEEN ?
We do not want air
nf A ViVviTrlllo mrill
vi awwoviuw vf
OUR STOCK OP
IS VERY LARGE.
We have Taffeta, Pean De Seine,
and W&nh Silks in great variety. We
have the most beautiful line of Wash
Fabrics we have ever carried. Tbey
Cannot be described. You can only
get a correct Idea of them by seeing
WE CANNOT BEG!
Come to see us ai
awl iMldtito or u WnH
Akeal tfe? ail.
Abbeville, April 21,19QS.
Bt*. Mr. 8a ma bu returned from a pl?uaot
vttk'i atay at Aikeo where be *u Lb* goMt
at frtenda. 1
MIm Iaabel Haddon leflToeeday ftw Columbia
wb?r? thegoea to ktl?Dd lb* Federation
at Woaao'i Clob. MIm Htdtfoa la aaot
Mintt by the Book Clob of oar etty. MIm
Haddon will go to Chart?too fcrmilmtod 1
vialt betora rat a rs log to bar bona.
MIm Leona Biaka ratornad laat Ttaoradaj
from Wllllamaton wbareaba bad been to at- '
land toe marrlaga of bar brother, Broator
John H. Blake to Mim Blansa Ammtna of
Mm Madge Lcalla Past o! Anderson la Id
lbs city ?he goMt of her not bar Mrs. John
Labile at bar boma near tba oily.
The Frlroda of Mra. Anna N. Maxwell are
ony to koow tkalababaagrlpaod bopa lor '
bar a apaedy recovery.
Mr. Wllilam M. Barnwell ratornad from
Uroeovlile Saturday where ha had been to atMd
MIm Km ma 0. Perrln of Rock Hill la <pMdlag
ibia week with bar aunt, Mra. W. Joel 1
Mtea Sara Laa la In Oraenvtlle a pending a i
.k.L..iik K_r Mniln Urm Praia! I? Hon vera.
O EAT DO 5 rrrXEK.
Mr. and Mr*. EUls Otrlud Oraydon bm <
la?asd tovlutloo* to the airrtiit of ibelr
laughter MsdcsWsllaos to Mr. Frank Row*
istt Fslssr on lb* evening of Wednesday lbs
iweaty-alnib of April ?t their boms.
Mr. J. Allso 8mHb. Sr., returned Frldsy
Iron a trip to Aiken wbsrs bs bad nssn to
iltsod t meeting of lbs Knlgbts of Hooor.
Hen<ilor sod Mrs. John R. Bisks in expect d
In lbs city Wsdnsaday from week's iuy
m Charleston. Tbs bsst wlnbss of all tbslr
(liende bsrs are sxtendsd to tbsm.
Mies Mands Cromer from nsar tbs slty Is
in tbselty tbsgasstof bsr eoneln Mrs. Wll*
llsm A. Calvsrt.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus M. Hmltb left Wednesday
lor Atlanta wbsrs tbs; go to sss Josspb
Jefferson In Rip Van WIobis.
Mia. Bogsns B. Oary was In Klbsrton pert
of last wssk tbs gueet of bsr oonsln Mrs.
Muter Wardlaw Hmltb of Woodruff Is In
lbs elly tbs g^sst of Matter Wlilts Psrrln.
Mies Plevna Seal snlertalned tbs Eaebrs
Club Friday aflsrooop at a very pleaasnt
msstlng. Tbls was tbs first mestlng after tbs
Leataa ssason and was wsll altsndsd. Tbs
noil msstlng will bs bald with Mr. Frank B.
Mm William II. Parksr of Cbarleaton has
bsso In tbs city for tbs past tea days I bo
mnmml nf har lUlir lilM Luala W. ParkST.
Mra. Hiram Tuaten hat bean Id Klbarton
zodiac i whlki with Mm. Tbomaa swift.
MM* Florid* aitd Mlaa Willi* Calhoun will
trilf* in tba eltjr Wtdneeday and will ba iba
goeetsof Mra. Jamas H. Perrln for nriral
Mr. Barr?lt Viaaoaka wbo baa bMO tbe
nut of Mr. O. A. VlMnaka for the pait week
baa rttorof d lo bis bona In Colombia.
Col. J. Towaaa Robertson retarned Friday
froaa a meeting of lb* KolgbSe of Honor that
wa* bald at Alkeo loataad of Colombia.
Mr. T. F. Quarlee was alactad Orand Viae
D treat or at toe Knights of Uoaor bald Id
Albas laal week.
Mlaa (rnbel Haddon waa tba charming
boetaea Thursday afternoon, at a meeting of
tba Book Club. Several IntaraaUng paper*
wara read, a sketch of "Jamee Lane Alien"
waa read by Mrs. Lambert Caldwell, Miss
Annie Penny read a sketch of "Tbe Choir
Invlalble." At tba eloee of tbe malting deltgbt/al
rsfreshiauts were baadad. A number
of naw mambera ware an rolled.
Mlaa Aunt a Hawthorn, of Latimer, waa In
tba ally tba first of last weak.
Mlaa Ida Mai Brownlaa, of Aolravllle. li
tba goasi of bar sister, Mrs. John A. Dtokaon.
Mr. Aba Boaeoburg aad Mr. Jake Rosenborg
epeot Booday la the olty, tba guest 01'
Mrs. Philip Bosanburg.
Mra O. A. Neaffer and Miss Lily Templetoo
I save Wadoaaday lor Atlsnta to see Joe
Jefferson aa "(Up Vao Winkle."
Mra. J. 8. Stark baa takao charge of the
Calboon boaas aad la basing It repainted
and dona over in tba Interior before moving
Tba friends of Mr. and Mra. James Chalmers
are grieved to kaow of tbe extreme lilneaa of
tbelr little daughter. Aylelta, and hope ahe
will eoon be well again.
Dr. Jobn 0. WIlaoo, presiding elder, preacbin
iKa Uithadlii Cburcb Hundkv essoins.
Dr. Wllaon ?u lb* guaal of Hev. Mr. Walls
wblle lo lb* einr.
Dr. Kntak Y. Proulay, of Daa Wwt. preached
ttabbatb morn log aod evening In iba Preabrterlan
Cboreb. Dr. I*raaal>y waa iba goaal
of Mr. J. Allan 8mltb wblia bare.
Ml?a Hpooclar , Mlaa Olffan. Dr. Pblfor and
Mr. WlllHtll want to Da* Waat Friday afterDouojudl
Mn the gueela of Mlaa Jane Gallo
way bouii nuiuv
Mr. W.T. Connlngbun, of Monterey, tu
tn town Monday.
Rev. Dr. Via ot Greenwood, preached at
the Bapttot Cboreb 80 net ay morning aud
Mr. K. K. Hill Jr. to In Ibe olty spending a
wblle wltb bto fkiber Judge H. K. Hill. Mr.
3EEN IN THE CITY
j one to take our won
come and see for hen
will be oo:
WHAT SHALL WE
SAY OF OUR ....
We can only borrow the language of
some of the ladies and say they are
exquisite. We have Piques, Madras,
Oxfords, Batistes, Lawns, India
Linens, Organdies, Nainsooks, Mulls,
Waist Linens, Irish Linens. Butchers
Linen, etc. etc.
N TO TELL WHAT
FR GOODS, BECAUE
ad be assured yon wil
Hill baa been living In Florida for tbe pa?t
tbr?? year*, wbare be baa bed a One poelllon
Judge Ei>gene B. Gary went to Colotnhl*
Monday niter upending a wblle wltb bla bmne
. 8ERIOUH ACCHDKST.
Sunday afternoon me hor?a 01 Mr. w. u.
BtrkKltl* became. frigbtened aad ran, turuIngover
the bojrgy aoa throwing out lb* little
daughter or Mr. l>.>>-kiKteleL the narae and
ibelr cook, Nnucy ci> Ida. Tbe little eblld
reoetved ooly illgbt b aiwt, and the nnrae
eeoaped uninjured. bo. Nancy Child* waa
tertooaly bnrt and ber rroonry la doobtfal.
Mr. Robert Hl!l, *-bo baa been working at
Winder, la In tbe rlty spending a few days
wltb bis parenUl Mr. and Mra. K. MoO. HilL
IN THE STATE
rb? HapiwalaKK ? Varloan Nrellaa*
af Ike tar ik l'a> 'lea Briefly TeM.
(Newberry i mterver)
Kerabawcounty > -.* purchased 18,000 worth
91 road machinery.
Gov. Hey ward will be one of tbe apeak era
U the Cllntou anniversary tbe 9tb of May.
Wofford defeated Kraklne at Hpart*nburg
on Friday In a ball gamu by a score of 12 to X.
Jna H. Mathla baa withdrawn from tbe
Bditorabip of tbe Union Times to engage In
A- F. H. Dulcaa, member of the aute board
of liquor control, died at bin borne lo Branchvllle
Tbe corner atone for fO.OUi Methodlnt
cburcb waa laid at Uranby, uear Colombia,
ilar, M W. Uordon baa resigned aa paittor
of tba Abbeville Baptlat cburon and baa acoepted
a call to Port Mill.
Tbe negro Dants'er la taking teatlmony
tbla weak at Orangebun; for uao In bla conteat
witb Congressman ww.
A commlaaion waa lasued nm Friday by tbe
eorelary of stale for a fliO.OW) yarn mill to
be bnllt at Clover, York county.
Tbe atate medical aaanelatlon expelled laat
weak Dr. F. D. Kendall of Columbia by a
vote o! 85 to 5 for unprofeaalonal oonducL
(Ha. F. M. Bamberg, a prominent and
wealthy citizen of Bamberg, auffered a atroka
of paralysis Hatnrday and la critically 111.
Tbrva negroae loat tbelr right anna by a belated
blaatasploaloo at tbe Catawba Power
Company's plant near ltock Hill on Saturday.
Tbe amount aeedrd by Greenwood to move
tbe Wllllamaton Female College to that
plaoe baa been raised and tbe removal will
Greenville and Anderaon bave granted
franchlaea to a proposed electric line (bat la
to ran between the two c I lira, taking In Piedmont
and Pelser on the way.
A negro lawyer named Elvers, waa convicted
In in* United State* court In Charleeton
on Friday for penaion franda and sentenced
to three yean In prison and a One of f 100.
John Mllltgan.il yeara old, alter a preliminary
examination, waa bound over on Friday
for trial on the charge of killing hi*
mother at Monnt Pleasant, Charleston county
on tbe lStb of March laat.
Lonnle C. My era was convicted of mnrdor
at Klngatree on Saturday and sentenced to
lMW fw?i?cuimir/ lur mi*, mr jury ubtiui rrc?
ommtDded him to moroy. Me killed bit
brotber-ln law Hamael W. Jnmns, Jaoe ?,
James Look. Cbas. Rogers, 11. 1). Wilson
and Walter Wood were carried on Friday
from Charleston to Greenville, where they
will be tried In the United Hiate* court next
week on Ibo charge of robbing the Fuel office
Tbonaas Nolan. Uharlea Howard, Win. MeKlnleyand
Kdward I>ngan,all white, were
convicted In Charleston on Thursday Iq the
United Htatee eoart ofMHe-ronolnK and were
sentenced to five years lu the federal pcnltcnuary
at Atlanta, Ga.
The world needs discretion as well
aa zeal; and, although the latter generally
usurp** all the honors and glories
of heroism, tbe former does a great
deal tbe most toward carrying ou the
daily attaint of society and state.
If we fail to see auything to do for
Christ or fail to take pleasure in working
for him, indittVrence comes into
tbe soul naturally and surely, destroying
It as surely as could any other
It is a wis** Hug that 'It is not
what we rea**, hut v hat we remember,
that makes t < learnt 1.' It is not what
we intend, hut what we do, that makes
iih iiMPfnl. It it, r.ot a few faint wisbe*.
but a lifelong struggle, that makes us
a Stock of
OF ABBEVILLE AS
THE STORES OF
I for it, but hope every
self, and then we axe stu
I WE HAVE THE MOST
DESIRABLE LOtf OF
TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE.
You can get Remnants in colored
Muslins, Remnants in Dimities, Remnants
in Organdies, Remnants in
Piques and Madras. Remnants in
Ginghams, Remnants in Silk-Striped
Jacquards, Remnants in Bilk-Striped
Oxfords, in fact Remnants in almost
all kinds of goods. These goods sell
themselves. They are so very cheap
that any one can see they are getting
WF. TTAVF. OTF. TA
JE THE SIGHT OF T]
!T IF NOTHING MOR
i not regret it
lav 'iviaaas 'SJI
X|??o<Liii?I Ksaiun <J9.ta.ioj pa
.toil) puw oo| no jo 9J|j aqj
Muaq* no pa?)H *9xb us inj.w
o) Xvax X|no oq; jnoqy *PI<
3f?9jq |on mw '03? oqi jo u
'SA3HIIE9 din SSI
Stoves. Iieatlnr. nil alxn* nod klnda. Hplendid
braiar at 93.00. Cook otovea and r?n?M of
II klnda and ataeo, from 9UU>J to $35.00, atova
we are still handling the Wheeler A wneon
ball bearing No. 9 Se wing machine and parts.
New lot Mrers C, O.. P. R.t C. H. molasses
In all sixes. fi, 10, 25 and 60 gallon kegs and
barrel*, ?ei our prices before buying.
We are rlgbt In tbe swim on floor, lard,
grits, coffee, etc., and all kinds of groceries.
Oar strongest line Is farm supplies, sueb as
Oantt Ouano Distributors and cotton plantera,
Wilson Cotton planter, Hyron>?e plows
and points, Dixie Boy Plows and points,
extra bandies, plow stocks, plows, single
trees, harness, collars and In fact everything
necessary for tbe farm. Tbe best line of plow
points ever brought to this market.
A new lot of Pennls No. 1. Horse Apple,
Democrat and Sweetheart Tobacco In al
shapes and sizes. Co*" tad see oar line before
Pratts food, perhaps tu* real animal regula- q
tor made. Olve your stock a pscksgi; ana see
them start "op bill." Make your hens lay U
with P*lta Poultry Food, asnre egg producer.
Bboes, bats, cloth and dry goods of all kinds
at rlgbt prices. Come ynd M<e us In mny line
and be pleased.
The very flneet packed tomatoes 3 lb. cans B
at 15c, 2 tor 23c, 11.85 dox. Ha toe prices on
okra and tomatoes.
Fertilisers roysters bono good for cotton. ?
Add, kalnlt. potash nods. etc. Cotton seed 1
meal, any quanlty. c
Cotton seed bulls any quanlty delivered. ^
W. D. Harksdale.
New Mk'.llnery every week, at Hitddon's.
The lateat, Id light weight black dresa
material* Just Id at Haddon'a.
Mercerised cotton fabrlquea for shirt walata
Assorted case, new patterns to arrive tbla
week at Haddon's.
Ladles Slippers, all the Infest styles, with
French Cuban heela, at Haddon'a.
Silk and lace appllquas.
New patterns on sale this week at Had* t
Yes, Augnst Floweir still has tbe largest. sals i
of any medicine lo the civilised world. Vonr ?
mothers' snd grand mothers' never thought <>(
using anything else lor Indigestion or III I- fl
llousneas. Ikjctors wero scarce, snd they seldom
heard of Appendicitis, Nervon* I'nstiHtlon
or Heart failure. et<e. Thej ua??l AugUHl
Flower tocleau out the system and stop fermentation
of undigested food, regulate the _
action of the liver, stimulate the nervous und 1
organic action of the system, and that Is nil J
they took when ImIIiik dull huiI hstl wllli
headaches mid other Hchcft. You only need u
tew doses of Green's August Flower. In liquid
form, to make you satisfied there is nothing mtIous
the matter with yon. You can gel \
tbls reliable remedy at Speed's Drug Hlore.
Price :3c and 75c.
Come and sea as for anything. /
W. 1). Karksdale. I
Wheeler A Wilson aowlng mnchlue* r. re the
best, all guaranted. W. 1). Harkstlale.
A fresb lot of candy ev?uy week iU Mil- ,
ford's up to date drug a tore.
is NOW ON EXHILlL'fce
lady in the County
re our statement
ARE SIMPLE WONDERFUL.
We can show you at least three or
four hundred different style*, and the
prices are the lowest ever known.
Come to see these goods even if you do
not want to buy. The sight is worth
lKE pleasure in
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WE GIVE YOU BOTH
uautity and quality. Tbere iu no
ick of either in the
old here. Fall weight, floe flavor
nd full value.
Experience has taught us how to use j
II materials to the bent advantage, i
'he flour used is high grade and it is
arefully preserved against delerioru- ,
iou until made into dough aud then ,
11 its good elements are enhauced by
ur perfect method of baking. The
read is light, crisp and palatable.
J. W. Breihahn,
PA C E
3. K. BEACHAH, Aft.,
AHIiEVIM.K. H. V.
Marvli II. IML tf
VM. H. 1'AKK Kit. WM. P. UKKKNK
PARKER & GREENE,
i i it i
ttunoyi uA.GBunuon aiLaw.
Office on LAW RANOK
A B HK V11AM ^2H<)irTH8l'A KOLINA.
Iny 4. 1H3H. If
Be not simply good?be good fo
When a Christian gets inawronj
place his right place is empty.
Sacrifice brings its reward by cou
verting simple duty into positive hap
pinesH. We have attained our end it
the liberty to work freely with Ood.
If we really love Ood aud long to di
good and work for Ood. if we really
love our neighbors and wish to hel|
tbem. we shall have no heart to quar
rel about how the good is done, pro
vided it be done.
It is no man's business whether hi
has genius or not; u-ork he must
whatever he is, but quietly and stead
ily; and the natural results of sucl
work will always be the things tha
Ood meant him to do and will be hh
Make suie that however good yoi
may be. you have faults ; that hew
ever dull you pay be, you can find oui
what they are; and that, howevei
allnKt thair mav Ku vnn urnillrl Ka^o!
make some effort to be quit of them.
If the sense of the ridiculous is on<
side of an irrepressible nature, It it
very well ; but if it be all, there is in i
man, be would better have been ar
ape, aod stood at the head of hi* pro
feseion at *Qce.
As the same blue sky smiles upon
the ruin which smiles upon the perfect
structure, so |tbe same beneficent
Erovldence bends over our vhattered
opes and our answered prayers.
The world delights in sunny people,
The old are hungering for love more
than bread. The air of joy is very
cheap: and if you can help the pool
on with ? garment of praise, it will be
better for them than blanket*.
. No man can ever go forward to a
higher belief until he is true to the
[ faith which be already hold*. Be the
noblest man that your present faith,
poor and weak and imperfect as it in,
can make you* be. Live up to youi
present growth, your present faith.
You m?y have the form and color ol
the rose without its fragrance, but the
fragrance is the greatest and subtlest
charm. And *hen the spirit of your
mind is renewed this nubile fragrance
is added to toe cnaracier.
Five minutes spent in the companionship
of Christ every morning?aye,
two minutes, if it is face to face and
heart to heart?will change the whole
day, will make every thought and
feeling different, will enable you to do
things for his sake that you would not
have done for his own sake, or for any
Br. S. G. Thomson,
Series 0P-aTAiK8 ON MOILWAIB
Corner. Abbeville. 8. C.
Abbeville Lodge No. 45, L 0.0. F.
nB Ij^UI ML: I j9/
Meets every Thursday evening
at 9:30 o'clock In Odd Fellow* Hall. Al.
brethren, ami vleltora ?peclally, are moat cor
dully Invited to attend.
J. 8. Cochran, L. A. Smith.
8ecrcl*ry. Noble Grand.
The Coming of Easter
sets the housewife thinking about
daioty and substantial things to eat on
that festal occasion. The days of ab>
wtinence are over.
We are well prepared to supply everything
the occasion demahds or the
nea.4011 suggests. Our stock of
is complete, well assorted and right as
Many dainty things, impossible to
obtain elsewhere, are here at really
Yours to piea.se,
r m Or m if if,'Ha*.
L. 1. OL i. m. miner.
R. M. Had
New arrivals in h
lar^e and well
A. (). hnihroiilerieH ami
line of Ladies Itlack (Jootls at :i
our line of While (mmmIh, (tin
We have Home liargaiiiB in Ilea
ing skirt.-. Ke?|>
R. M. Had
ri ]VIastor's Sale.
The State of South Carolina*
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OK COM MUX I'l.KAH.
- The National Bank ol Abbtvll.e ugalnit
) Tru*u-en of Mouot I'leaunt MaptUt Church.
1 l^y authority of a deckkk of hale
' by the Court of Comnoo l'leaa tor Abbeville
? County, in Mild state, made in the above tat*
ed cane, I will offer for tale, at Pabllc Outcry#
* at Abbeville C. II., M. C., on Salaaday la
MAY (4th), A. I). IMS, within the legal s
s hours of aale the following dcacrlbed land, to
wit: All that tract or parcel of laa^l situate,
I lying and being In Abbeville County, In the
j Stale aforeaald, containing
One-Eighth of One Acre,
more or lew, lo the City of Abbeville, known
a the Monot Plea?aot Baptlat Church lot,
* with the balldlnga thereon, Including the old
church lot and also the addition thereto. parr
cbaaed from Mrs. Fannie J. Marshall, by deed
dated February 33rd, law, the whole being
oow Included and oon>UtaHnc one lot.
i TEItMtt OF HALE?For cub. Purchaser lo
' pay for deed.
k U W. PEKK1N.
I Muur A. C., H. C. '
April 11, 1<KK. %
I NOTICE OF BEGlSmnOK 1
1 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OFFICE OF 8UPERVIHOH8 OF RBUIS
TKATION, ABBEVILLE COUNTY.
Abbeville, S. C.. March 8, ISM.
Notice i? hereby given that in accordance
with an Act of the General
Awiembly, and in conformity with the
requirement* or tbe Slate Constitu|
tiou. the book* for the registration of
' all legally qualified voters, and for the
' issuing of transfers, eel, will be open
' at tbe office of Supervisor* of Registra;
tiou in tbe Court House, between the
hour 9 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p
m., ou tbe first Monday of eaca
' month, and kept open for three successive
days in each month until
thirty days before the next general
i Tbe Board of Registration is tbe
judge of the qualifications of all
applicants for registration every male
citizen of tbis Siate and of the United
State, twenty-one years of age, who is
not an idiot is not insane, it not a
pauper supported at the public ex*
peiiHe, aud is not confined in any public
prison, and wbo has not been oonvicted
of burglary, arson, obtaining
goods or money under false pretenses
perjury, fernery, robbery, bribery,
adultery wife beating, housebreaking,
receiving stolen goods, breach of trust'
with fraudulent intent, fornication,
sodomy, incest, assault with intent to
ravish, miscegenation, larceny, or
crimes against tbe election laws, and
who shall bave been a resident in this
State two years (except ministers In
charge of organized churches and
teachers of public schools, and these
atter fix months residence in the
State,) a resident In the County for
six months, and in polling prceincy
four mouths, aud who can read any
tjectiou in tbe Constitution of 1896, or
can understand and explain any section
of said Constitution when read to
him by tbe registration officer or officers
shall be entitled to registration and
! Iieeome an elector upon application for
such registration, if any person ha*
, been couvicted of any of the crimes
[above-mentioned, a pardon of the
| uovernor removes lue uutquajiucauon.
Id case auy miuor who will beoome
! twenty-one yearn of age after the cloe!
iug of the Book* of Registration and
, before the election, and is otherwise
! qualified to register, makes applicai
tion under oatii showing he is quali'
tied to register, the Boards shall regtv ler
such applicant before the closing of
; Any person whose qualification* ac
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 regia!
tration certificate at any time within
I sixty days immediately preceding
! the closing of the Registration Books,
' upon an application under oath to the
: facts entitling him to such registra|
The registration of voters must be
by polling precincts. There must be a
Book of Registration for each polling
I precinct, that is for eacn township, or
! parish, or city, or town of less than
tive thousand inhabitants, or ward of
cities of more than five thousand
'inhabitants. Each elector must vote
! Im lutllSnrv npuninr?t in urhinh Ha
nmidet*. If there is more tbau one
voting place iu the |>oliiug precinct,
the elector may vote at any voting
place designated on the registration
certificate. The Hoards niUHt designate
in the registration certificate the voti
ing place in the polling precinct at
which the elector in to vole. If there ?
is more than one voting place in the
polling preciucts, the Boardti shall
designate on the certificate the voting
place selected by the elector.
(J. H. MOORE.
R. O. McADAMS,
WM. C. 8HA*V,
Board of Supervisors of Registration
rlrvn at. Cf)
>priug (iuodit. A
\GS to match.
We have a new and attractive
ill prices. We have replenished
ighaiua ami Bleached Muslins
vy Drew (ioodri for ladies walkrat
don & Co. 11