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6 Jan 1909

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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - January 6, 1909, Abbeville, South Carolina Fri i. P. Wjk. 1.0.1 Sale Day the Bottom dropped out of wings second hand mules went sky High. Despite the fact that in private Bales the recent High prices have been maintained in this county yet it is True that land which was placed under the auctioneer s Hammer went at greatly reduced prices. For instance 450 acres of the Ferguson estate bounded by lands of mrs. M. , p. A. Cheatham p. Rosenberg & co., was bold by the master to j. Ferguson for 2,120. The houses and lots in Abbeville under mortgage to Charles e. Mckay was sold by the master to mrs. M. Greggary for s285. This property was sold Sale Day in december at $700. Re sold last Sale Day for the smaller figure. The Mattson House in which j. Martin lives was sold for 91,200 to j. Martin. Five eighths of an acre in the town of Abbeville belonging to Samuel j Donaldson on Wiloh were two houses was sold to r. S. Link for 8900. 63 acres on cur tall Creek belonging to Samue Donaldb a was sold to r. R. Tolbert Lor $410. The master making both sales of the Donaldson property. To show the difference in Price of land sold last Sale Day at Public outcry and of lands that bad changed bands at private Sale a Short time previously we might mention that Evans Hunt paid $2. An acre for 180 acres of farming lands several Miles from town in Dong Cane. J. Grlbble of due West sold 40 acres on the Road from due West to Donalds for 83,500 to show How second hand mules sailed High in the air like an aeroplane we attach the following statement i Rj-ortiott.1 a mile. Sold to r. E. Cox of. Geo. Belcher.1 Black horse bold to r. E. Cox 818. Geo. Belcher.1 two horse Wagon sold to b. D. Purdy 820. Jones Black horse mule sold to r e. Cox 825. J. L. Butler.1 Black horse mule sold to h. N. Cochran 8181. J. L. Butler.1 two horse Wagon sold to r. E. Cox. 815. John Henry Calhoun.1 White Star top buggy sold to r. E. Cox 820. Major 1 Back Mare mile sold to w. D. Barksdale. 850. 1 Bay Mare mule sold to w. D. Barksdale 898. 1 red cow with horns sold to w. D. Barksdale,818 1 red cow with horns and calf sold to w. D. Barksdale 820. Amos Bay horse mule sold to Willie Lyon 81. Tom 1 1 sorrel Mare mule Ella sold to j. T. Bradly 8126. 1 two horse Wagon sold to r. E Cox 820. 1 top buggy sold to r. E. Cox 87.50. Jim Donaldson. L red ho8e male sold to s. J. Todd $26 1 White spotted Heifer Wold to . Is 50 1 two Borse White Hickory Wagon. Sold to r. E. Cox so.1 White Star buggy sold to r. E. Cox. 817. Jackson eakln.1 Blok Mare mole sold to w. T. Cason $101. John eakln.1 yellow cow with horns sold to t. B. Eakin $15.75. Mat sorrel Mare White face Soldo d. Calvert $99. Tom Eakin. 1 sorrel Mare mole. Bold to r. E. Cox $25. 1 red cow with horns 1 Bull yearling sold is to Geo. Mann $11. John fair. 1 Moose coloured Mare male sold to r. B. F Cheatham $76. 1 Black Mare mule sold to s. J. Todd $58. 1 two horse Wagon sold to . Jones $20. B. Fuller. I 1 Black Mare mule Ida sold to w. P. Johnson $128. Ji1 Bay Mare male sold to 8. J. Todd $9. F 1 top Boggy sold to r. E. Cox $12. Ards garllngton.1 dark Bay horse male sold to Richard Sondly $73. 1 Turner lomax.1 top buggy sold to r. E. Cox $16. 1 Brindle Bull sold to g. B. Mann $12 50. W. 8. Martin. 1 Black Mare mule sold to w. 8. Washing ton $88. 1 yellow Mare mole sold to r. E. Cox $25. T Wesley Morris. L Black Mare mule sold to e. B. Kennedy j$182. V will Morris 1 Blok cow with Horn sold to j. W. Fergus i non s7 9.v i 1 yellow horse male Dick sold to s. J. Link$46. 1 one horse Columbus Wagon sold to r. E. Cox 820. Yancy Reed. 1 Bay horse named Dixie sold to r. E. Cheatham,814. Joe Robinson. 1 sorrel horse mole sold to w. D. Barksdale 831. 1 Branble cow with horns sold to Geo. Mann 818.75. 1 Ashy coloured cow with horns and calf sold to will Good 818. 1 Branble Bull sold for $17.50. Albert Weer. 1 Bay horse John sold to w. T. Sanders for840. Jim Willlard. 1 mouse coloured horse mole sold to s. J. Todd $79. Lucy Wilson. 1 sorrel horse male sold to we. Mcneill.8129 John Workman. 1 Gray horse mule sold to 0. 8. ,8110. 1 Black horse male sold to s. J. Todd 821. 1 two horse Wagon sold Tor e. Cox. 88 1 open top buggy 6old to r. E. Cox 83. Hope ends in fruition. A distinguished Jurist recently said that the Proem Botlon parties disintegrated As soon As they accomplished their purpose. This was natural because there was then nothing t to fight or to work or. The main purpose bad been accomplished. The testimony of editor Carpenter of the Anderson mall is that prohibition does not prohibit but that the Workings of the Law is greatly for the general Good of society. Special Sale the advertisement of r. M. Haddon a co., which appears in this week s paper is worthy the notice of All our readers. This old and reliable firm has always had the reputation of handling Standard goods and when they advertise a special Sale you May depend on what they Tell you. This Sale should be an object lesson in buying at Home for Cash and just As cheap or cheaper than to Send away to the larger cities for your goods paying the Casu Buu Bucu Sci Illik 1uic11ui Uund. Card. In serving my connect Lon with the county supervisor s office As clerk Board of county commissions i wish to say that the association which Bas existed Between myself and the Board Bas been pleasant at All times and under All circumstances. Having been the purchasing agents for the county for the past two years. I have endeavoured to act fair Towar Sall merchants in the City and in retiring from my present position i feel grateful towards All with whom i have transacted business and Wibb for each and All a prosperous new year. . D. Purdy. A religious author s statement for several years i was afflicted with last Winter 1 was suddenly stricken with a severe pain in my old neb and was confined to bed eight Days unable to get up we thong assistance. My urine contained thick White sediment and i passed same frequently Day and night. I commence taking Foley s kidney remedy and the palp gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became Normal. I cheerfully recommend Foley s kidney remedy. A. Milford & co. Ai others you i Pic Judi noun that contains opiates or any other injurious drags Bat a Siet on having or. Thornton s ea6y-Teetber," As it is the Best Medicine on the Market Lor teething babies and is absolutely harmless As it does not contain any opiates or injurious drugs of any kind. It i guaranteed under pure food and drugs act guaranty no. 11584. Price 25 cents. For Sale by Mcmurray drug co. And country merchants or easy tether Medlene co., Hartwell Georgia. R Roger & Gallett s Violet and Atkinson s White Rose extracts Are Bard to beat. Try them neat time. Mcmurray. / West end personal paragraphs and news items contributed by miss Lily Templeton. Or. Robert Mccaw Perrin of new Orleans has been spending the holidays Here with Bis Mother. Mrs. L. W. Pearln. Mies nettle Branson of Colombia was in the City several Days last week the guest of mrs. G. A. Lenffer. Or. W. A of Etc of will Langton is spending a while i the City with his sons or. R. 8. Link and or. S. J. Link. Or. And mrs. A. 8. Simmons and master James Simmons spent a part of last week with mrs. James Brewer in Elberton. Mrs. Lewis Perrin returned to Abbeville monday after a ten Day stay with relatives in Greenville. Miss Louise Debruhl left sunday for Columba where she goes to resume her school duties after a pleasant stay Here with miss Eugenia Robertson. Or. Will Latimer was the guest of or. Wallace Harris a few Days this week. Or. Latime Baa returned to Conway where the government has an experimental station. Mrs. Frank Mcgee and her handsome children Nave returned to their Home in Spartanburg after spending the holidays he e with mrs. T. P. Quarles. Or. Courtney Wilson has gone to Charleston to resume his studies at the Charleston medical College. Miss Julia a. Foster has returned Afler a ten Day s stay with her Home people at Spartanburg. Or. Calhoun Debruhl has returned to spending the holidays Here. Mrs. J. Roper and Little miss Ellen Sandifer of Rock Hill Are in the pity spend g some time with mrs. Charlesd. Brown. Mibb Edna Cox entertained a number of her friends at a delightful new year party thursday evening. Long after the Bells bad Auk Ull Ccu Iuo but Guing que 1u Vul Ullig Jooi the guests nought their Homes. The hours made pleasant by games and conversation passed All too soon. Daring the evening an elaborate salad course was served. Miss Mary l. Link has returned to Decatur to resume her studies at Agnes Soott or. Will Perrin left monday for Columbia where he is studying at South Carolina. Or. William o. Harper of Spartanburg has been in the City for the past week a great at the Eureka. Or. Andrew White has gone to Chattanooga,tenn., where he will re enter the Mccalll school. Miss Virginia Morgan of Monroe n. C., was the attractive guest of mrs. Will c. Dapre for several Days last week. No visitor to our City has More friends than miss Morgan and her visits Are always looked Forward to with a great Deal of pleasure. Miss Lena Worth Barbee who has been the guest of mrs. T. Q. White for some time has returned to 8helby, n. C., where she is teaching voice. Or. Henry Brooks of Nashville tenn., and or Sidney Brooks of Clinton were in the City during the holidays visiting relatives. Miss e la Mabry attended the teachers association in Columbia Lor several Days last week. Or. Townes Robertson has gone to Char Lotie n. C., alter spending the past week Here with his Home people. Or. William Kluge or. Lorle Blake and or. Preston 8peed left monday to re enter South Carolina College. / judge and mrs. J. Fuller Lyon were the guests of or. And mrs. J. Hayne Mcdill for a Clay or two during the holidays. Mls Francis Calhoun and miss Laylle Calhou have returned to Greenville alter spending the Christmas vacation Here. Or. Jack Harden or. Bonar White and or. Albert Morse leave thursday for Davidson. Ulna of Nylon Kyj a Arnott in Kawa i ii Lii a Oulu inv Sooj 10 Joiy ii uni Viiu us the guest of her aunt mrs. W. N. Thompson. Miss Sara Lee entertained at Bridge thursday evening in Honor of Mies Willie Calhoun of Atlanta miss Margaret Kluge has returned to Converse. Or. And mrs. Julius Charleston have been Bere spending a while with their father or. G. A. Ulsan ski. Miss Eunice Calhoun left saturday for Pacolet Bere she Tea Obes. Or. Geo. Giles of Anderson spent thursday and Friday Here with or. W. & Templeton. V miss Louise Brown and miss Bessie Lee be Albam left monday for the College for women in Columbia. Mrs. J. Thomson and her pretty Little daughter have returned after a month stay with or. And mrs. Beat Len Winnsboro. Miss Willie Calhoun has gone to her borne in Atlanta after spending some time Here As the guest of mrs. Jamesh. Perrin. Miss Lone Smith and miss Jessie Speed Bave returned to Converse after a pleasant stay with Home people Here. Or. Foster Hammond superintendent of education was in Calamela last week attending the state teachers association. Or. John Hill. Or. John Olvert or. Berto my Davin and or. Langdon Haskell have gone to Clemson after a pleasant stay at iome. Mrs. J. Dudley of Athens was in the Silty last week the guest of mrs. M. H. Wilson. Miss Blanche Gary has returned to colom la. Miss Benle Watson. Mus Susie Hill miss Lucy Henry Mies Edna Cox and miss Mary fan have returned to Winthrop. Or. And mrs. Will g. Hill of port Royal pent the past ten Day Here with or. And sirs. Jack Hill. Or. W. G. Templeton has gone to Richmond after a pleasant stay Here. Attorney general Lyon has returned to his Lutes in Colombia. Mrs. 8. L. Cary. Of Greenville has been the just of mrs. Llla Mabry for the past two weeks. I mrs. E. Page has returned to her Home in Florence. F or. John m. Harden went to Columbia monday on business. Or. L. W. Dick was in Columbia last week. Or. Fletcher Hodges of Roanoke Ala is he handsome guest of mrs. J. Ellis. Or. Lewis Perrin who is a student at Booth Carolina College has been Bere spending the holidays. Mrs. Nannie Aiken stall of Blacksburg in the City Spe Ninga while with con Pressman and mrs. Aiken. Mike Magerle Fern la in Monroe. N. C., spending a Lew Days with miss Anna Clarke. Or. Will Brazzale of Anderson was in town monday. Or. Granville Beal of Calhoon Falls was in the Olty monday. Or. Joe Young of Honea path spent Sunja Yand monday with or. Lawton Robertson. Mis Kate Marshall entertained the Bridge club tuesday afternoon at a Dellib tool meeting. Miss Elizabeth Mimms of Edgefield has been the guest of mrs. Fred Cason. Or. J. Hill was in Atlanta last week on dullness. Miss Kinard. Of ninety six spent a few Lay Bere with mibs Bessie Lee Cheatham. Miss Mawle Devlin of Dae West spent several Days Here last week with her brother 2 or. Roddy Devlin. Or. And mrs. F. E. Harrison were called to Manning last Friday by Telegram telling of the sudden death of mrs. Harrison s Mother mrs. Ingram. The san merest sympathy is Elt Lor mrs. Harrison in this deep sorrow. Miss Kate Haddon spent monday lathe Balty. The for Lundh of or. And mrs. W. N. Graydon regret to learn of the accidental shooting of their Little Sod. Norwood last thursday. He evas taken to Rome ga., where be was Sac 1 Cees Tully operated on. Or. Harold Mcfall entertained a number of its friends thursday evening at an elaborate dinner part. Miss Lily Templeton entertained two tables if Bridge thursday evening. Mrp. J. 8. Spencer has gone to Florence where she will spend the Winter with Rev. And mrs. Arthur Spencer after a pleasant Tay Here with her Niece mrs. John m. Har 8 Len. 2 Abbeville Greenwood Mutual insurance � company meets. The Abbeville Greenwood Mutual insure 8 me company held its Stock holders and director meeting in Abbeville yesterday. D there were few stockholders present sex Jep from Abbeville City and vol inlay about 0 the same in number As the directors. In most instances directors serving were re elected. In Abbeville City or. M. H. Wll to son was elected director. The question of salaries of officers was brought up by special motion and discussed. V be president and Secretary stated that while this the stockholders meeting did not fix salaries or commissions they would be glad. For an open and Frank discussion of the whole matter. Some of the stockholder thought the Salar f in were too High while others thought diff Ernstly. The president and treasurer outlined their in Talca a Nwene that with the 3ft be company their duties and responsibilities grew apace. The Stock holders meeting adjourned and the directors meeting convened immediately afterword. Or. Mack Nickles appeared before the director meeting on be Bali of mrs. �. L. Clinkscales whose claim was contested by the officers of the company on account of irregularity in issuing it and on account of the alleged fact that other policies were issued on the property wet boat notice to defendant company. The petition of mrs. Chin Soales was not granted. L or. W. D. Barksdale appeared in Bis own behalf to ask payment of a policy on a tenant Bouse burned. The House was said to con h lain Cotton at the time it was burned in violation of the Laws of the association. Or. Barbed ale s petition was granted. Mis i. Major presented contested claim. Of or. Turn Bali which was turned Down. Go to Milford s for anything Yon want in drug books stationery Glass paint Olla varnishes Holiday goods Ana Louei carry the largest Stock in the state with proles right. J nov a pm gyre " a the Bills with Tofany bows and scrapes and abbe i heed the runner with the big plumbers Bills what a world of Devil ment their Ink Lin How they wrinkle wrinkle. Up the face that once was while the hairs that overs i once your head Are now Gro and you yell time time t in a distinctly runic Rhyn to the rising incantation that unmusical from the bilis Bills Bills Bil Bills Bills Bills Roythe crinkling and the wrinkling of ii pull your pile of Contra Bills i pleasant Bills what a world of happiness their owners with the Stormy Days in is How they fill us with Deli we will lose our Golden n a "1 All iou soui1. What a Dickens of a pity that we seem to never have just a Plena of this Bohnof from our Contra Bills what a gush of happiness voluminous by \ How it swell show it dwells on the future How it tells of the rapture that impels from the writing and the sending of the Bills Bills Bills Dills Bills Bills Bills from the timing and the climbing of the i Here they grocer hefty Bills what a tale of terror their terrible total 1 to the startled Eye at sight How they beam out their off too much horrified to speak you can Only shrink shrink into gloom in a clamorous appealing to the mercy c in a mad expostulation with th3 deaf an leaping higher higher highe with a desperate desire and a Resolute Endeavor to sit or never in an Iron Rock ribbed mortgage on Yoi of the Bills Bills Bills what a tale their terror tells of despair / How the heart grows sick a what a horror they out pour on the bosoms of a troubled trembling j yet the Eye it fully knows by the dodging 1and the charging How the danger ebbs and flows yet the Eye distinctly tells by the charging and the dodging How the danger sinks and is by the rising and the swelling of the Toto of the Bills of the Bills Bills Bills Billoc id the coming coming coming of the 1 in see the total of the Bills All kind of Bills what a world of solemn thought their ii in the silence of the night How we shiver with affright at the melancholy menace Here insert to for every line that s scr Rich on these debits brings a groan and the , the people they Thetta 4-Kflir crts tick he a1uyy Ilic of guv us and who Dunning Dunning in that dogged persevere feel a glory in so rolling on the Numan heart a Stone they Are neither Faan nor won they Are neither brute nor Hun they Are Goulds and they it is who Dun x and they Dun Dun Dun. Dun us with their Bills and their merry bosoms swell with their great big pile of Bill As we yell time time time in a sort of runic rhyme at the coming of the Bills of the Bills still we yell time time Tim in a sort of runic rhyme to the flaunting of the Bills of the Bills Bills Bills. To the taunting of the Bills Yelling time time time As they Dun Dun Dun in a rasping runic rhyme to the Dunning of the Bills of the Bills Bills Bills to the banter of the Bills of the Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills to the coming and the going of the Bills Litif Kinn in m i twin it Tia Tor the purpose of accommodating 1 of making their tax returns mentioned below on the dates Jill returns must be made him onal property returned at its Market value. Persons not making their returns Between i oth 1909, Are liable to a penalty of 50 per cent against delinquents for the failure to enforce i n neglect of the Law. The returns of those who conform to the la hips and county boards while those who dirt meeting of the boards and return to suit them 0 per cent penalty will Correct this evil. Employers Are requested to return All of to hem and getting a statement of their property. Returns will not be taken by mail unless proper officer. This does not apply however t ail improvements on and Transfer of real e auditor. Iffy appointments Are As follows oath non Falls. Tuesday january 5tb. It. Carpel wednesday january 6th. Lowndesville thursday and Friday Jan Mccormick monday and tuesday Janua Bordeaux wednesday january 18th. Willington thursday january 14th. Donalds monday and tuesday 18th and due West wednesday and thursday Jai parties in Long Cane due West and diam o make returns will see or. J. R. Winn for l r r due West and or. R. O. Mcadams for Diat Tave been authorized to take returns in these re Richard Sond there 1b do Case on record of a cough cold for us in la Grippe developing into pneumonia alter present Foley s Honey end tar Bas been taken As it and Prei cures the most obstinate does heated coughs Don t cd my colds. Why take any blog else. A. Through of Lii Ord a of. If you 1 polite All have Yoc seen that Holiday line at Mil Despen Teford it Ever shown la Abbeville a i 1.4 u or i it apologies to Edgar Lis pages Tell wrinkle Bright inked in White v Ime. Iely Wells is the Bills. Lip foretells Jet inn otes to Pells i ise Bills b Bills tells tight. \ f the debit d Brazen debit a or Home i \ and sore air i a veils us of the Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Erce array compels id dribbled it dwell up on the Street Dunning be Tan Nan 8 emm. 1 ii Luiu. He Public in the matter i will visit the places indicated in schedule be oath and All Peri Nuary 1st, 1909, and february this penalty will be enforced heretofore has put a Premium v Are placed before the town Garthe Law come in after the Alves. The enforcement of this Lear employees after notifying i they Are sworn to before some persons returning Only land. State must be reported to the nary 7th and 8th. By 11th and 12th. 19th. Quary 20th and 21st. 1 and Hill townships wishing to Ong Cane or John t. Bryant Nond Hill. These gentlemen spec Tive townships. Ley county auditor. Ire goods in the Way of curls tons i lord Bas on do play the largest Tolest line Ever Bown in ibis City. Me to a Bevelle without looking Belr two stores. Want Good goods Good service and Netlon come to see As. We do not anything else. I to Fly. A new year full of Good Resolution will m we try to stand firm to oar word vols blog my All the readers to Gerber with the Broil mind med big hearted editors All the happen is and Success of the year 1909. Misses Jennie and Clara Wideman of Lorg Cane bad As there guests during the by Days misses Kate and Rebecca Addison of due West. I master Lawrence Kennedy after blending a month with his parents or. J. M. Kennedy and family in san Francisco cat. Hat. Aiu Rnesto 8. To stay a Ltd Many kind Rel we Are glad to see Bis cheery face. Mrs. Mary Lutes from Laurens is sending sometime Bere among relatives. Or. W. P. Wideman s lecture tour sadly evening Ere in the Academy Drew a code douse and not one went away Alsa Pintad. Rev. R. F. Bradley in a most compile Botary and Happy manner. Introduced blk to the audience amid Smuch applause. From shadows to inns Bane held All spell bouncy some times on the in melt of Sublime then the shadows would have non the Ems rate of the ridiculous wit tumor my Rob and music were interspersed Kathryn Whitely of in traded school delighted the audience we tic Diamond Cut Diamond which was Grealy h. P. Patterson q. W Long a p. Wideman and mibs Alice Davson of Norfolk a. Rendered Sweet stringed music. Mrs. L j. Robinson and miss Kutt have returned to their Home la due West lifter a visit Bere a Ltd her father or. T. M. By and Laius to mrs. l. Kenney to in venues act see relatives. Mrs. Fannie Haddon went to Abbel Lle to attend the in Alai of her Niece mrs Belle Haddon Hill. Mrs. Mary Horne and son w.�. Hone Are at it. Olive 111., to attend the Burla of her daughter mrs Nora horde Broel. Tatj sympathy of All Are with them la their is now numbered with ten past but in Troy it was fully enjoyed. Merer Al St tors were Here. Rev. R. F. Bradley Hadlyn i Home prof. W1 r Bradley and Faffley of Abbeville. Or. A. W. Bradley of atlant miss rofl Bradley of College fir Womer Locum i and also Prol. Frauk Bradley Blair f. Bradley or. Of Columbia. Or. Jno. Tad Ley and family of Mccormick. As guests a ibis Home were or. B. J. Wingar Dof less ton prof. Cook of the City schools Coumba miss fun Tan Markey Fredrick miss Alice Davison of a to two last named have positions in the collage for women in Columbia s. 0. The wedding Bells will chime on and on if a null the 19th, when the consummation or two hearts that beat As one will said. Near Here. Mrs. Cora Warren from near Greet Wood was Down last week to see relatives. Miss Mattle Reagan who Baa a Al Onnheng school at Bibl to spent the holidays at ome. While or. Jno. Yonng was m night be was arouse from sleep by what they thought to be a do in their dining room but upon a Norro was found crouched underneath the floor in running or. Yonng fired at him taking effect in his right Arm. Evident tie was hungry As he was plundering the Potry. Or. Kennedy Wab called in and Goode toll the thief will always have a sad Raco Letlon of Christmas miss Alma Clinckscales from Andron spent the holidays with her parents. Or. And mrs. J. A Mccaslan came Iown from Greenwood and delighted oar ome with a visit during the holidays. Or. East Soe Bradley one of Troy s by latest students won the scholarship at Clemson last week and will leave in a few Day for Anapolle where he will join the Navy. W see him leave with regret. Mrs. H. Mcgee Ethod Little daughter also miss Kathryn Whitley of Iva Al site or. W. H. Kennedy and family last week. Miss Lavonla Robinson after two no Tbs spent pleasantly Here her native hone left tuesday for her Home in Milan Coontz Tex. Mrs. J. W. King is at Home from Sjuk Stanburg. Our town has been As lit no with text rec lights during the holidays but on of tynday night the alarm fare was Given when the old seed houses near the depot were Breed the vacant lot makes an improve mat on that Street. Mrs. Kate Roe smart and son prof Terald smarts and Little Kate Harris of hons path g were with her daughter mrs j. 8. So Arras last week. Miss May Davis who has been Hoie for two weeks leaves today for her i Spital _ work in Atlanta a. A horrible hold up. About ten years ago my bother i was held up in his work Beall and happiness by what was believe to be a hopeless consumption writes v. R. S Lipscomb of Washington . 4, took All kind of of remedies several doctors but fund. No help till he used or. King anew discovery and was wholly curd by six bottles. He is a Well Manto Ayyo it s Quick to relieve and the u rest in cure for weak of sore lungs Graor rages coughs and colds Bonaitis la Grippe asthma and All Brou Hial affections. 50c. And $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by p. B. 8eed. A. Milford & co. Have the prettiest How window in South Carolina. Don l co a to Lowd Wii oui seeing 11. Ibo see Memarie Washington Monument on inside Oade of soap. President helps orphans. Hundreds of orphans have it pain. For Burns scalds Wouvis cuts and bruises its Earth s greatest healer. Quickly cures skin a options old sores boils ulcers felons Best pile cure made. Relief is i Stait. 25c at Speed s drug store. If you Don t Bay enough Good soap to St Yon for twelve months Orlle you have a Obanor to buy it re get you will stand la yur m own Light. Call at Milford s two stores of Jet them explain the proposition to you. Don t get a divorce. A Western judge granted a divorce on account of ill temper and tid no breath. Or. King s new life Pils 1j if the few Pirn wuu1u Udovc �. Us Vul constipation causing bad breath an liver trouble the ill temper Dispes do colds banish headaches con Irr to chills. 25c at Speed s drugstore. ,. To g a. Mifford & co s locals. Be the greatest soap proposition Ever Olferd to the Public is offered by c. A. Milford Des splendid Brunch Bottom land j Well wooded Over about the whole. Will sell Reala Lyon easy terms. For inform apply to w. W. Bradley and her a 6 Pound Box Hoyler s for Xmas Lale at Muford s. I a is f \. R r. ii Wii flu of wow i

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