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The Abbeville Press and Banner. 1
Dargan's 5 a:
Bicycles, Hobby Horses,
Wagons, Drums, Go-Carts, S?
Tricycles, Games, Blocks,
Trains, Books, Magic Wf HQL
Lanterns, Iron Toys, Tin
t?js' T?ys. I fait a DOLL from i
Dolls. Polls.
Just telephone this st
Clause is here with a
line of Toys and D
Jj|| J|
Hand Soap Known
Headed for Dargan's. [j To use it?just rub a little oa the hands,
? lather, rinse it off and the dirt's eone.
Meet me the*e?
Dargan's 5 a:
Within OnrGatei. Mahara,^
N J. Elgin of tbe Dae West section was in Mahara's Minstrels,
our city jestarday. the opera house to nil
Jno. U Kennedy one of tbe largest farmers m ommendtd. Tbes
of the County whs bete on business sales day. a new innovation wit
t Jebu Bowen of tbe Antreville section was is women. Tbey carr
in Abbeville salesday. and pat on a big chor
. n.,? W??r KPnilon mnrohps and sineinc ,
A. LJ. xveuueuj' m iue ? ? ? ?
was Id AObevlllw Monday. features. Tbe show oj
James L. Prult o/ Due West waB here on i0 first part, dlspiayl!
business Monday. tbelr enterlalnlcg sin
Addlsou Martin of Donalds was In Abbe- devllle stunts. Blx fi
-ville yesterday. In tbe opening progra
Judae A F. Calvert was attending to busl- nty. Tbe second par
cess bere Monday. pleasing musical nun
J. A.Hagao and Judge Calvert were sur- oomedy, vaudeville
veylDgtbenew Court bouse salesday. Boib trensy, and If tberecc
favored thedJppensary but Mr. Hagan uc- it would be that then
like Judge Calvert thought the old Court for the money, but a
house good enough. ooncerns only tbe ow
Win. Mc>*eel waB In town bright and early not likely that any c<
salesday attending to business, Mr. McNeel Tbe Maharas cajry a
Is an txt> nsive planter. a free street parade i
W. B. Uidrlck, of tbe Cold Springs section the show.
was In town Monday. Mr. Uidrlck is one of
our best otllzens.
W. L. Dawson, who has buin himself suob ..
an elegant home on the Due West Road was
In town salesduy. rr>
Mr. W. i..v.Lfcslcy was In tovn salesday on
Mr. S. A. Allen was hustling around attendlng
to business bere Monday. ?
Mr. R A Rlcbey bad a rlgbt serious acclj- _w
dent oneuay last week. He situck a iuuicu .?. nm u i
to make a Hie and the he8d of the match JJa' 0 J
struck tbe ball of bis left eye. He ban lost ^
the sight of that eye temporarily. It Is hoped tills Fi
that It may not be permanent. mio j. j
Hon. I. B Carwlle was In tew '.'salesday. Dr. 35
CarWIle both as a representative and a pre- ^ thflTTl 1
lesslODal rnsn bas served bis people well. om
J. C. Hodge of Lowudesvllle was In town jg
salesday. Mr. Hodge Is an extensive farmer. ' a 1q+
W. V. Browniee ? ne of the most prosper- W
ous men of tbe Donalds section was here on ^
busloesn Monday. ^
D. 8. Edwardx, merchant telepbobe mun >
and an all round good man was In Abbeville
saleBday on business
Col. R. C. Browniee, one of tbe leading gB
" business men of this section of the state was ^
In Abbeville on busiuess Monday. ^ Tliio
H. W. Bowie who has recently sold bis farm {3 llilo 1
at a splendid figure, may move to t >wn. He
was here lookiLig around tbls week- V J___
Judge W. W. Wilson of Level Land was ^ UajSi
Wjtb us on salesday. ^
,,r?* ? ?loltrk*? tn . >4 ? tl >t ^
iioyce i!iU18 OI i?UtJ V?W1 WHO a ?iolkv/. .? H,,U ...
Abbeville on salesday. ,jj a J 1111
J. R. Tacfcer lelt ai the Press and Banner a
collard Btalfc about Ave feel loog. rJl Tint off
3. P Pressiey, president of the County Far JJUl' ttli
mers Union wa? in town salebday. ^2
Luclan ?1118 was In town on business Mon C3
day. ?
James G. Hamilton was In town Monday. f-r\ -m
Jas. Black was Id Abbeville salesdny. M 4
J. 8. Williams Sr. an old Veteran and lead- W -"-"A
lng citizen of tbe Lebanon section was bere
ad 10c Store.
^ W&goiiB in all sizM.
ore for Santa
Heaters to burn Coal or Wood, or both.
work op a National Ranges and Enterprise Stoves
are the very best Christmas presents '
for your wife.
ad 10c Store.
Minstrel*. Books and games for Christwhich
will be seen at I rriao?KftWfiflt. brightest Slid
{bt come heralded and **** ?? , - u
!oaM? best. Dargan's 5 and 10c
f a dozen dreamy women a+nrp
us. Musical numbers,
ensemble are the strong m , ?
pens with a grand seen>e
all (be members In Disinfect with Kuso. For sale atMilford
Ring, dancing and jau- drugstore.
unny end men helrrout
mmeof mirth and Jol- 81-00 In clearing house certificates will buy
t?an olio-?consists of 81-05 worth of goods at Dargan's 5 and 10c
ibers, up to date singing store.
specialties and mins
Twa8b'Moonmuch P8bow The ,oe oream we are serving now is made
s this Is an affair which ?1 fresh pure,?5;eaIS' BDgaJ egg8' the ??"
ners of the shnw it i. that can possibly be made by any one, Try
>mp!a?nt will be madi! " and be convinced. C. A. Mllford.
fine hand and will give
it noon on the dav of Baskets of every kind at Mllford's drug
:s Cloaks Cloaks Cloaks <3
rou seen our assortment of Ladies' Cloaks p*
all ? If not, it will pay you to come and 7
before buying for we have just received a ^
50 Coats to sell at 2
we will make a leader of for the next 10 2
ttt u i-i__ i.. ... ? ;+ in ca
we WOUIU lliS.0 LU BOW JfUU jxiai/ou iu m ^
surket. They are bargains that you can- ?
ord to miss. ^
3 K. M. Haddon Co. I
Mr. James Evan* of Abbeville pays debt
after 40 years trying to find bis creditor. At
last be learns that be had moved ont of 8. C.
to another State, writes and finds him to be
tbe right man and at onoe sends him a check
and received a beautiful letter wblcb In part
says, "Mr. Evans I am tbe same Dr. D. M.
KuBsell who In 13(17 lived In Townvllie, 8. C.,
and wbo attended you In tbat town, I bad
forgotten yon and tbat yon ever owed me,
but remember now, and I know I will now
receive a ten dollar gold piece wblcb I shall
have made Into a medal upon which shall be
Insoribed 'An boo?-si man 1* the noblest
work ol Go<V I wish you Ruocess, and a long
and happy 11 le to enjoy It."
Mr. Evan's was not only a valiant so dler,
hut we find blm In peace as In wa% honest
true and faithful. What a legacy to band
down to ch ldren and grand children!
Tbaaksglvlny day passed off quietly id me
oily. Services In the churches was sparelj
attended, bat Nlmrods la tbe fields were lb
great numbers. No casualties oocarred to
mar tbe pleasures of tbe day, butevety one
rejoiced In tbe holiday and spent tbe day as
best salted tbem.
MUses Antoinette Hammond, Sadie Hammond,
Georgia Edwards and Bessie Murray
spent Thanksgiving day very pleasantly in
Greenwood as tbe goests of Mri Gaines Hammond.
??- ?r T7? o?^n? Ihixloo with homn
iar. YV . ?i. rcuurj D|/uu V >MV ..
people at Sharon.
Mrn. K. H. Devlin and Mis. 8am Nance
were tbe guests of Mr.- aud Mrc. F. W. K.
Nance last Thursday.
The Carnival Is oomlng next week, and all
Abbeville and surroundlDg country will be
u.ivf. Couie to the city and you can take in
ibe Carnival BDd get a glimpse of Santa
Ciaup, aa be baa already established hia
headquarters here and has toys auu all kind*
if pretty things In great variety, and more
beautiful than ever.
Dr. E. E. Piatt of Qranltevllle la In tbe olty
meeting bis old friends who are glad to see
Mrs. Cbamplon of New York la he guest of
Mr?. W. D. Wilson.
Mr. Hurry Hill returned Sunday from a
visit to Atlanta and will probably remain
until alter Christmas.
Mrs. Brewer and ber son and daughter, Mr.
Brewer and Mrs. Brown ol Elberton spent
I'hanftsglvlng day with Mrs. A. 8. Simmons,
daughter of Mrs. Brewer.
Mls"ea Ellen Gambiell. Nannie Seal and
Helen Edwards spent Thanksgiving day In
Anderson tbe gaesis of Mr. W. E. Caaon.
Mr. Eugene Cobb spent xnursaay who mi
b'<me people In Greenwood.
Mr. Frank Dusenberry of Greenville spent
Thursday In tbe oily and received a hearty
welcome from many friends.
Tbe many friends ot Mr. J. Calvert Thomson
extend best wlBbesaud congratulations,
and wish for him and nia lovely- bride, loDg
life, health and happiness. Mr. Thomson
haa been with tbe Farmer's Bank of this olty
tor mauy years and la one of Abbeville's rising
young men, and is deserving q( the love
and affection of the fair bride he has woo.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomson are most cordially
welcomed toonr city where they will make
their home In tbe midst of many friends.
Avoid tbe great holiday rush at the poet*
office and bring your presents for mail sever*1
days before Christmas eve and you will be
fure of their delivery In good time, otherwise
tney may becmshed In tue rush and probably
delayed In transit.
The many friends of Miss Annie Cochran
will be eiad to know that alter a long and
tedious Illness, she returned to her plaoe in
i be store last Monday.
We reeret to learn of the extreme l:lae? of
Mr. W. 0. Bradley who has boats of friends
here, all of whom wish for blm a speedy recovery.
Miss Eliza Mabry, one of the popular and
efficient teachers in Abbeville's Graded
Sobool, spent several days of last week with
friends at Rock Hill.
Mr. Gaines Hammond with his handsome
little son Rutledge of Greenwood spent last
Friday lu tbe city.
Master Marlon Turner Is now oonvalesclng
and bis friends hope he will soon be qalte
well once more.
Mr. Eddie Roche spent a few days of last
week In tbe city wltb his home people and
friend*, all of whom were glad to see him and
gave blm a cordial greeting.
Miss Robenla Gilliam spent several days
last week at her home In Sharon.
M?J Arthur Parker with bis friend Mr. J.
Ii. K-nnedy of Bellevue were In the city last
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McDUt of Sharon were
In the city Monday.
Typhnld lever seems to be hi most an epidemic
In the Sharon section, as 7 or 8 persons
have taken It one after another, several of
whom are still quite slok. The first waa Mr.
George McCanty, then Miss Ada McNeill,
next her mother, Mrs. Tom McNeill, then Mr.
Allen McCanty and daughter Miss Lillian,
and now Mr Erk Preasly and son Roy.
Mr. R W. Knox and brlgbt little son Master
Paul, were Id tbe olty saleday.
Miss Ada Wham who was nnrslng Mr*.
Tom McNeill returned home lajt week on
aocouut of sickness.
Or. G. A. Neufler was out on route 8 Monday
looking after the slok.
Mr, C. F. Graves waa In the olty aaleday
on basin ess.
. V
To The City Council.
Anderson Intelligencer.
What Is a quart? The fact that we bavi
quails of two capacities brings about a little
misunderstanding. Dry measure, ss the
name Indicates, Is lor measuring grains of all
sorts, potatoes, berries, and everything that
Is not liquid. Wben tbe merchant sells these
artloles by tbe liquid quart, he Is not selling
km mo xnhln InnhM: In lh(
H quni ii vuoiq my v(? vmw.v ??.y
llquidiquart there are 5.77 6 lncbea. There an
32 quarts to the bushel dry measure: liquid
measure 37.4 quarts. So the sellerjtnakee &
quarts on the bushel when be sells by llqak
measure. Take white peas for example. Th<
price Is cow IS cents a quart. If the Mllei
wcfuId use tbe tbe dry measure he would gel
$4.80 a bushel. UslDg liquid measure ha geti
5 91, or 81 cents more on tbe bushel. In largt
cities and In some not as large as this tbe drj
measure quarts are used. We suggeat to th<
city council tbat tbey take this matter u;
and put our town In line with other cltlei
and cause all persons, whether merchants oi
farmers to adopt tbe proper measure In bay
lng and selling. Business has to oome to II
one of these days. They might begin now,
Tbey ought to do It.
True Lecture on Oddfellewsklp.
C. A. Logan. D. D. of South Carolina, wll
deliver a lecture on Odd fellowship In Od<!
fellows Hall over H. O. Anderson and Go's
, store tomorrow night, Dec. 6. at eight oclock
Tbe publlo Is cordially invited to attend.
> Tbe Farmers County Union will hold the!)
, next moetlng at Cold Sprlng(nefcr Abbeville'
on second Saturday In December. It Is hope<!
all members who can will be present with
well filled baskets.
Give as two D?yi,
If there Ib anything more lonesome looklni
than the salesman or business man who re
turns to work tbe day alter Christmas, It ii
tbe man who comes to town to bay something
on ibat day. Both parties look llk<
tbey wish tbey hadn't done It.
Amid the worry of closing np tbe affairs of
tbe old year, nnd laysng plans to meet tb<
difficulties of tbe new year, man needs ai
least two oonsecutlve days for rest and reore
We have worked faltbfally In tbe old yeai
give two days of recreation for Cbrlstmas.
Fire Alarm.
Fire broke out In the old Allston hoas<
yesterday afternoon and gained some head
way before tbe fire department arrived. It
was brought under oontrol and pot oat In i
few moments after tbe firemen arrived, Nc
serious damage was done.
Mahara's Minstrels.
Maraha's Minstrels will be tbe attractloc
at tbe Opera House to night. This oompaoj
Is an old established company veil spoken o
by the pnbllo and press. Tbey number somi
35 members, all colored. A novel departori
from the ordinary minstrels with this company
Is a membership of some dosen women
who add greatly to the singing and choruses
of which tbe Marabas strongly feature. The;
carry their own band and orchestra and wll
give a novel street parade on the day of tbi
Post cards?Xmas and Ne*
Tear's. Dargan's 5 and 10<
| store.
i Have Yon ?
I We Are Offei
tCHLOSS MO?, i co.
.Flat Clothes Hakm ^
Jtltiaar* m4 Nm Y?%
Come in early andtajke adv
while we have your s
styles an
H. Q. Anders<
H\ A/
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| $5.00 Silk Shawls at $3.48. $1.60 Style Shawls
[ at 98cts. Pinks and Blues. $2.50 White and
colored Shawls at $1.60. $1.00 shawls, all
r colors, at 75 eta. All 60 cts Shawls fct 38 eta.
All colore too. All 50 ots Fascinators sow
| 88 cts. All 25 ots Fascinators goinjf1 at 19 eta.
j Silk and WooL
; $2.00 long Gloves, all silk, at $1.38. $1.00
long moves, ail sua, at to via. w u*o iuu6
Gloves at 38 cts. 25 dts kind at 19 ota.
r - l-'
1 Ladies' and Children's Hose.
All 50 ots Hose for 38 cts. All 25 ctB Hose for
19 cts. All 15 cts Bose for 11 cts. ' All 10c
Hose for 8 cts.
j A full line to select from. All $2.00 Shirts for
$1.50. All $1.00 Shirts for 75 cts. All 50 cts
i Shirts for 38 cts. All 25 cts Shirts'for 19 ots.
\ Work Shirts at the same prices.
i Gome and Inspect 1
! Yours for bai
|J. W. M
m the Suits |
ing at $10.00
hout exception they are the greatest
ies ever offered in the city for the money,
ied $15 would be a fair price for these
Fine Suits That W? Are
Now Offering at $10.00
in quality of fabrics, tailoring and fintig
you cannot match them under a full d
more. If you want extraordinary
* J* *
Le in a smart looking serviceable winter
, come see these we are offering at $10.
, ; . " V '
te advantage of our before Xmas
ale of Overcoats and Raincoats.
. ' *
- ,s
5 is a special offering of overgarments ^
:h we are makiner because we are over
ked on these goods?the price concess
should interest you x
l's $ 7.50 Overcoats now $6.00 .
8.50 Overcoats & Raincoats $ 7.00 .
10.00 " " 8.00
12.50 " " 10.00 15-00
" " ^12.50
18.00 /" " v 15.00 ?
20.00 " " 16.50
' si
antage of these reduced prices
ize in the most desirable
id patterns.
^ f?
on cs: company
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AH 50 fits kind for 38 nts. All 25 r>?n blnH fnr
19 cts. All 18 eta kind for 11 cts. All 10 eta
kind for 8 cts.
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50 cts kind for 38 cts. 25 cts kind for 19 cts.
15 cts kind for 11 cts. 10 cts kiod ror 8 cts.
A big line at 4c, 7c, 8c, 10c, 11c 19c up to 75c.
Silk and linen ones too. Men's
and Boys Pants.
$5.00 Pants for $3.48. $3.50 Pants for $2.48.
$2.00 Pants for $1.48. $1.50 Pants for 98c.
$1.00 Pants for 89c. Boys Pants' at 65c, 38c,
and 19c.
Corsets and Garters
At 19c. 38c, 50c and 75c.
CLOAKS, all colors, at all Prices.
ERWEAR, all kinds and colors.
Phese Great Bargains.
gains only,
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