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We extend a co
dates and see 01
ceeded in getting
ever been broug
We have not negle
display on these dates,
pleasure to show the:
Black & Colored Dress Goods
50 in Black Panama 50c yd.
| 50 in Blue " 50c yd
p 10 in Brown " 50c yd
- 36 in Mohair, all colors 40c yd
36 in Poplar cloth " 25c yd
| 36 in Shep. Plaids 25c yd
We have splendid line Black
I goods in Panamas, Poplins, Hen
riettas, Batiste, priced from 50c
to $1 yd. See us for anything
? in Black Goods.
Ladies Gauze Vests priced from
5c to 25c each.
j NEW SPRING SUITS. It will
Seed Corn. I EAST
Marlboro's Prolific. $1.75 bushel, 50 cents
a peck. J- Allen Smith, Jr. ?
i What "M" Sees a
For Sale. Rounds About th
tvio tirA-rmm fmtnA hmlninc on (jrraueu
school grounds. Address Route No. 3.
F. E. Harrison, Chairman. . , ,
. The many friends of
_ > . glad to see him home i
Bargain in Thirty Acres of Land, hope as the bright bai
on East side of city, iust outside of city hfs'o^TO^fortebuf^
limits. Call to-day and see Eugene T. An- thI Theerful smUes c
derson, at Peoples Savings Bank, or address brinj? him health and
Real Estate Exchange, Anderson, S. C. yet gve to hfm many
Zacharv's Garden Seed. What means so man;
' three recently but we i
T. R. Zachary & Sons, the 'well-known little damage has resu
dealers in garden seed will be in the city Company are on r.he sp
Friday and Saturday, March 18th and 19th, time which accounts ft
with their usual supply. Give them a call, homes. On last Sunda
? Mre. Fanny Allen cauj
, . soon extinguished and
Old Age. but little damage was i
Last Monday Mre. M. L. Strickle of this nn\ars^,Swt rnMw
city celebrated her 89th birthdav. Besides ho
her dutiful daughters, her devoted son, <3*ft **Jffii
Mr. George R. Strickle, of New Orleans, wl|Tn ? "1^ ,5
was present to add joy to the heart of a on
good old mother, who has so far advanced i '.J ;, lf \rlrnh fu
on the outposts of Time, that she can al-1 ?nnd23of March the J
most hear the symphonies of the angel "
host beyond the River. full spring attire, pres<
^ of the City, and surroi
most magnificant and
Cotton Seed. spring millinery, Dresi
' _ , | j 1.4. n- ever before seen in At
Hagen's Improved Big Boiled Cotton. It will be rughed in this }
is a thrifty cotton; limbs well and fruits fifteen years, the ladie
well; makes a pound to forty bolls ana I si,01^ time to prepar*
makes more cotton to the acre than any Eastertide, so rememb
other cotton I have found. I can pick one- on jian(] early that yoi
third more in it than in any other cotton. < for sun(jay. "Putin yoi
Nine out of ten that has planted this seed gjve the Milliners and
will not have any other cotton. No other out rushing them to d(
seed is allowed in my gin house. Seed Migg Margaret McCo
$1.25 per bushel. For further particulars 0f the few fortunate yc
write to W. A. Hagen, the Originator a prjze jn the "Atlanta
R. F. D. No. 5. Abbeville, S. C. having won a trip to N
-* penses paid, or two
_ . ? | cash. We do not knov
PernS tor gal6. cept, but have heard si
Ferns for sale, all varieties. Prices from ?"jSflJ'gygjfji spel
5 cents up. the City the guest of h
Mrs. J. A. Dickson, Will and Brown Syfan,
Wardlaw Street, among his friends and:
? r are glad to see him. 3
Abbeville, o. L. guard of Capt. Shroed(
mm~'# been stationed on Rod
The speech of Hon. Wyatt Aiken, made desville for some week
at the unveiling or tne monument to uai- der js doing some fine
houn in Statuary Hall, Washington, D. C., ^hich he is saving the
will be published in the next issue of this (that is by doing it hie
paper. ing it done) he has just
?? ? finest steel bridges aci
Kpeed'N Loon In. feet, that can be foul
When yon paint us* DeVoe's. th- kind .hat
(roes furtber, look* aDd la^ts longer, a man ' ,
For sale only at Speed's D'ue store. having an eye to this b
Russian corn cure ' make* rough roads ^rs^, P^!narJ'
easy." A su?e cure lor co*ua. For bale tit Mayor for the City of
Speed'* Drug store. yesterday. Did you v
Still the talk oi the town?Speed's Clno most capable man? \Y
clgitrs, a favorite with all the buys. Speed'* future. If you Should
Drug store. between two, be sure
Ii costs ai mu b to put on ohenp paint bb it your careful considers
does the best, so n?e DeVoe's and be satisfied, vote for the man who \
Only * little dlff reoce in price. Speed's under all circumstan
Drug Store. right, and the best inte
Try one bottle or Russian Corn Cure and her people
?n,y 10 cent8" b0Ule" Abbeville is on the f<
Speed a Drug sto e. march as to improvem
You can aiw%ya ?t ? to ol nice iresb iine, several handsome
candy ai Speed D g . ing computation and c
Don't fool your money nway for poor clgara , f prp(-,f-j0n w-hv tint
when you can (ret Spud's Clnco's at tbe same
price. Speed'. Drug more. will if we but try. Wh
Get a Majestic souvenir set of ware at
Abbeville Hardware Co. store during: dem- news budget
onstration week, March 21st to March 26th Miss Robena Gilliam
Don't forget to attend the Majestic Range her cousin Miss Clara ;
Demonstration at our store, one week, be- Miss Rosa Knox rt
ginning March 21st. Abbeville Hardware from a delightful visit
Company. Maggie Knox of MtCa
Mr. H. "W.Lawson w
__ , .. Saturday on business.
Money to loan on City or Mr. C.F. Graves has
county real eetate. Abbe- ffiKeViii move'ne:
ville Insurance and Trust Co.
J. ? McDavid, Mgr. Misses Maggieand 1
rdial invitation to all of c
ir display of Ladies',. Mis
r together this season the
ht to Abbeville. A visii
cted our other departments this sei
beautiful Suits, Waists, Shoes, S
Beautiful Line Ruchings LI
All Over Nets, Soutache Braids, 90 in* Linen S]
Embroideries and Laces. We 45 in.
have a larger stock of these 36 in. White D
than ever before and have mar- 36 in. Colored
ked them at extremely low Brown Linens
36 in. Black Taffeta $1.00 yd When youwai
36 in " " 85c yd come to see ui
36 in Messaline $1.00 yd 72 in. Damask
27 in China Silk 50c yd 72 in. unbleac
Beautiful line novelty Silks at Napkins to it
prices 40c to $1.00 prices.
be a pleasure to have you come in and insp(
king fcr a Suit you can be suited here. Pri<
run non were among the fair visitors in the
N II City last Monday.
Miss Nina Mabry Is home from Clinton
and will spend some time with her homt
people in the Lebanon section.
Ild Hears on His Miss Lila Evans is spending a while witt
relatives at Lebanon.
e City and Along The many friends of Mr. J. E. Evans ar<
glad to see him out again after a short
but severe spell of Pneumonia. Dr. Neuffei
rr tiin brought him through in a hurry.
igairTand 'sincerely v^naJ^ n?h^.npLker W&? iD th? City ^
mv davq of SDrinc Oft business.
sfat-tion of beinrr in Farmers on route three are "doing about'
omo together with since thfi rains have ceased small grain i?
if loved one's, will P?w makine quite a show and looks prom.
' SveRrs tnf ^lpnjsure Many plum and peach trees are in bloott
>eais 01 pleasure and stand a good chance of having theii
ninrms? nnlv fruits nipped in the bud altho tis said fruil
ire thaifkfufthat but is never killed in the "dark" of the moor
.oll^dS5 aufok lir- W E. Penny *as on the sick list last
I? the Sy of our Monday and Mr. faoyt Beid did the trick
Sfsresr.2 0nMrr?UA 5: Penny and family ,ode out tc
' ,1 tri cnv Sharon last Sundav afternoon and spent a
-ustained while with Mr-J- fl- Pen?y and farailyKriirhf"
litflo crm Farmers and gardeners are late this seaell
left last Sunday son ^d it is just as well for the ground is
will Kn^nfl a whilp Still COIQ cincl W0t.
Son Mis*. Nannie McCord and Mr. G.M.Nick.f
th? crnv nnri hpnn. les of Hodges were the guests of Mr. aud
WXS MEsfilH'?8tof'f>!ros srdfy?ninr>i
innc nf 'PaqH- Miss Lillie Link with her brother Mr. La
n f?ivp their o-mnd mar Link were among the welcome visitors
M storeswiU S "i "> City last MonJay.
inting to the ladies , ,
unding country the
beautiful disnlav of A fiDPAT PI AY
s Goods and notions " "
jbeville. As Easter "The Banker's Child" is pronounced by
'ear the earliest in press, pulpit and public to be one of the
s will have only a best comedy drams ever written. It is
i for this glorious now in its ninth year and has played pracer
the days and be tic-ally to the same territory all this time,
ir hats may be ready having visited many plrces Ave or six times
ur orders early and which proves beyond a doubt the merit of
trimmers time with- the attraction.
?ath day and night. Manager Harry Shannon has new scenry
rd of this Cityjis one painted this season. More comedy is adding
ladies who won ed, while the story remains the same.
Georgian" Contest, Little Grace Edler as "Stella," "The Bankew
York with all ex- er's Child," is pronounced by all to be the
hundred dollars in clevertest child artist before the public.
r which she will ex- Clever specialties will be introduced. It
le will take the two will be well to secure seats early for this
production. At Opera House one night
iding this week in only Friday, March 18.
lis brothers Messrs
also visiting around
xAlnf at! /vf mk/vm FAA IIIIUV
icioiiiraouui 11IIUU1 fhi. HNI
Ir. Syfan is the head tuo nul,,
jrs Camp, which has The Ladies Society of the Seceder
ly river near Lown- Church will give an Easter Egg hunt at
spast. Capt.Shroe- Klugh's Park on Saturday afternoon
bridge building in March 26th at half after three. Rabbit
county many dollars eggs, chicken eggs and pegeon eggs ail of
aself instead of hav- good cream candy will be hid and a dainty
; finished one of the prize will be given to the youngster's flnd oss
Rocky river 160 ing the greatest number of eggs. The
id anywhere. Capt. eggs will be of most attractive colors and
and bridge builder, and the little folks are promised a good
1 sound judgement, time. Lemonade and pink and white and
:ind of work. chocolate cakes will be served and ten
for the election of cents admission will be charged.
Abbeville came off
Pjf. ^*"he Remember the egg hunt at Klugh.fi
hnvon f )Ini^ Park Saturday afternoon March 26th.
tn ^k-fl thT mnHpr Candy eggs will be hid and lemonade and
it?on and cast your cuke bc served ten cent6 admission,
vill at all times, and
ces stand for the Would Have COBt Him His Life.
srests of the City and Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky.. writes: "I
have used Foley's Kidney Remedy and lake
>rward and unward i?reat plessure In stating It cured roe permaients
in the buildiiur "ently of fcldney disease which certainly
residences are neai^ wooid have cost me my Ufe.? c. a. M.Uord
ithers now in process ' ^ -
Stretch out a little Xew Schedule for NenbOHrd.
on Mill, we can if we K - ,Q,n
m , . , || In fen. b, 1810.
start cue uuu (jue j p_ mi southbound vestibule.
No. 50<lue 3.48 p. m. Southbound local.
No. 41 due 2.56 a. m. Southbound night tralD
AV TJAT'TC Q XT<. rlna f, I') n m Vnrthhnnnd vbullKnlo
, , , . ... No. 52 due 12 53 p m. Northbound local,
spent last week with No.3Sdue 2.08 a. m. Northbound night train
turned last Sunday Beeg Laxative Cough Syrup contains nc
to her Cousin Mies opiate or narcotic. It Is a gentle, eauy laxa
rmel. tlve, by which 11 drives the cold Irom thf
as in the City last system and at the fame time beain Irritation
of the thioat and stops the cough. Sold b>
purchased the Mann c< A- Mll'ord & Ca
miles of Abbeville to _. . "" " . ...
rf foil ATt-o \Tnnn The easy, pleasant, ?n'e, sure, prompt pills
n,J r!;,. ?re N'0*'' Lttt'e Liver PIMb. In any mergen
*Y i fticVvOriniCK Cy( p|De8a|Ve Catbollzrd 1b tbe salve to use,
their future home, n soothes pains. It heala bruises, iiold by
Jettie Evans of Leba- C. A. Mllford & Co.
? JC- H
1 IA 1 J
customers and fri
sses and Children's He
: most complete and i
: will convince you the
TTT 1 1
ison. w e have a a larger stO(
iiks, Embroideries, Laces and
|N?n. 36 in Bleaching
36 in Lonsdale Cambric 1
tieeting $1.00 yd 36 in ^ea Island
50c yd 36 in Percales
iress Linen 25c yd 36 in Galletea Cloth 16 i
25c yd Calicoes 6 1
priced frcm -^e wjjj contjnue to sell
12 l-2c to 25c yd j^e(j quality Andros
E LiNEN. bleaching at
tit good pure linen READY-MADE SKIR
3- Blue Panama Skirts
$100 yd Black " "
hed 50c yd Black Panama Skirts
latcn at vey low Blue ,l ' "
Black Voiles $10 to
jet this line, look at them. Try them 01
;es very reasonable.
The L. W
GJTROUSE a BROSy
of the whole clothes problem is
to be sure, but so would a barre
To make "HIGH ART"
all of the makers' striving.
Judge us by our "HIGH
guished looking as a West Poii
Our Clothes lend the poise
They are cut with a flowir
plates?$5.00 to $25.00.
The L. W. ^
r ^ i
iends to visit our st
its. We think that
lp-to-date stock M
it here is the place I
:k in every line than evei b<
Dress Goods and will assur
in? We ^ave ^es
, ? ^ that you will find anywhere. 1
~ y, Shoes we sell and we ai e ready
.. we sell that does not give entire
a lim- 4o? .
. $3.50 pair.
?? READY MADE WAISTS.
A beautiful waist 50c each. W
$5 waists priced from $2.25 to $3.0(
$5 and let us show our line fancy "v
$8 Thompson Glove fitting Cors
$12.P0 $1.50 each.
l and note the fit and workmanship
I A TO Z
style. Clothes without style cover
Clothes premier in style is the be-all
ART" Suits for Spring. They're
nter on parade.
: correct and the "air" aristocratic.
lg grace far removed from anguk
^ - "I
t ; A
ore on the above 'MM
: we have sue- WM
illinery that has
:o get your Hat ; - 4 |||i
;fore and wi'l have on - , ????
e you that it will be a ||B
;t line Shoes for ladies and children V* . : M
We are responsible for every pair .
and willing to make good any shoe ' , ' v-:
'satisfaction. Prices from $1.25 to
l' ' ^Jji
e heve a beautiful line White linen
3 each. We invite you to come in j
vaists; priced from $1 to 7.00 each. i
;ets all sizes and styles $1.00 to J
and we fuel sure that if you : ' ^'^3
" MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES
/ T ^ FOB JIATOK.
k m . u I herebv announce myself ag'aaaanl
j W ^ date for Mayor of the City of AbtMOB
f w subject to the action of the Demog?M
primary. WM. P. GJJM0S3B.B
We are authorized to announce & -W
JONES as a candidate for Mayor of \1M|
City of Abtfeville, subject to the action fl
the Democratic primary.
Inrnrc (? !*? ?? (*??
wmiviv iwi wiiii wuinian ri8n~~f|n
Week?March tttfi, 111
R. D. Purdy, Cedar Springs. *'^?i I
Joe L. Evans, Abbeville.
J. A. Drake, Donalds. <<?
8. N. Pennal, Due West. : -sW
W. S. Gordon, Due West. _
A. M. Bonds, Lowndes ville. ffl
J. Z. Edmonds, Bordeaux. fl
Henry Wideman, Bordeaux. H" jfl
Harvey Clinkseales, Due West i
J. 0. Cann, Abbeville. , H
A. K. Drennan, Cedar Springs. 9
W. D. Bell, Diamond HLLL , 9
? Tx McCarley, Lowndesville. ' H
Foster Wright, Lowndesville. H
Will Hughes, Abbeville. On
O. S. Cochran Abbeville. n
J. C. Burton, Due West.
J. W. McKee, Long Cane. H
Henry Cox, Cedar Springs. H
L. W. Keller. Abbeville. ^B
David Devore, Donalds. v H
G. B. Edwards, Smithville. 'x ^B
S. A. Allen, Ab&eville. 23
H. P. Salley, Diamond Hill. H
K. I. Bryan, Long Cane. Ka
W. M. McHwain, Long Cane. SB
W. C. Davis. Smithvlllfl.
W. P. Callaham, Diamond Hill.
T. H. Taylor, Due West. HB
G. C. Patterson, Bordeaux. ,
J. J. Boles, Lowndesvllle. |GR
A. T. Mcllwain, Long Cane.
E. L. Shumate, Lowndesvllle. HI
C. W. Davis, Donalds. , ,'MH
How to Cure I
It is an Internal Disease and ReqnflH
an Internal Remedy. MM
j ,The cause of Bbeumatism and
uiseaawb ib hu excess 01 unc aciu maan
blood. To cure this terrible diseaseHR
acid must be expelled and the systenBgfl
regulated that no more acid will be
in excessive quantities. Rheumatism
internal disease and requires an infcMflD
remedy. Rubbing with Oils and Linl^^M
will not cure, affords only temporary SB
at best, causes you to delay the piBKj
,, i j treatment, allows the malady to
tne Doay, firmer hold on you. Liniments may uKt
the pain, but they will no more cure bHmI
matism than paint will change the
rotten wood. URG
nnrl pnrl- Science has at last discovered a p?H
diiu c u and cQujpjgte curej which is called "iHBj
macide." Tested in hundreds of cas^lH|
has effected the most marvelous cure^HH
,. . believe it will cure you. Rheumacide Bfl
as distill- at the joints from the inside," sweedBJjw
poisons out of the system, tones uBH
stomach, regulates the liver and kit^^H
and makes you well all over, Rbeum^HH
"strikes the root of the disease an^^H
moves its cause." This splendid remaBBB
r i sold by druggists and deiders generaHflB
ir tasnion 50c and $1.00 a bottle. In tablet formHHfl
and 50c a package. Get a bottle
Booklet free if you write to Bobbltt
ical Co., Baltimore, Md. Trial bottle t^HR|
25c by mail. For sale by C. A. MilfordUjAa
Drop in our store during our
^ * * demonstration week, March 21st to
' | |1 \ T 26th, and let us show you why the^^^H
\J CAJ JlJL V ? Grand Majestic Range is the
a %J earth. A souvenir set of ware, wortfl|^Bj
given with every Majestic BangeHHB
Abbeville Hardware Co. mMK