Abbeville Press And Banner in Abbeville, South-Carolina
23 Jun 1909

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23 Jun 1909

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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - June 23, 1909, Abbeville, South CarolinaPwt to % i he press and Banner. Published every wednesday at two dollars a a year in Advance. Wednesday june 23, 1909. Mass meeting. Of saturday and sunday next or. J. A. Moffatt of due West Rev. J. L. Harley of Spartanburg and judge Featherstone of Laure swill speak on Temperance at both meeting possibly others also will Beard. The p Ace on saturday will the court House at 12 o clock on sunday in the opera House at 8.33 . The subject of Temperance will presented in the burches sunday morning. All citizens Are urgently requested to attend the meetings. The committee. To t the governor s Good appointment Cherokee county is to have an Abbeville judge for this session. Governor Ansel Lias on the recommendation of the chief Justice and the Assoc e justices appointed our fellow townsman Hon. Frank Gary special judge to hold the regular term of the court of common plea and general session for Cherokee county commencing june 26th, 1909. Or. Gary has been appointed special judge seven or eight times and has in every instance acquitted himself with dignity and ability. There have been numerous appeals from his decisions and Bat few reversals. He has had to decide Many difficult questions and it is remarkable Bow Seldom his decision were reversed. V Annm Philoc and i nerf a narc Riih we vhf ii who the recent automobile manbevers will have accomplished a Good purpose even if it does nothing More than stir up enthusiasm on the All important question of Good roads. The live towns All Over the country Are wide awake on Thea matter and Are doing All in their Power to better the roads in the county. This is not a question for the county supervisor and county commissioners alone to fight out. It is a vital question to every Man who has the welfare of the county at heart. All should see to it that they do everything in their Power to promulgate the Good Road Enterprise. T the that has Good roads leading to it is the that will Prosper. Our roads Are in better shape now than they have been in Many years and our supervisor is doing All in his Power to better them. Let us Aid him in every Way we Aan. While talk will not build roads no Road will built without it. We must ask for what we want if we expect to get it. Just As railroads help build towns so do Good Public roads build towns. A Man would ten Miles on a Good Road than live Miles on poor Road. What does Tholf then argue in the Case of a Man who liver five Miles from Abbeville and ten Miles from Greenwood or ten Miles from Abbeville and Twenty a lifts from Andersnn Wirhun the to Mart roads Are on t other end of the line Charlotte n. A. Is a Concrete example of what Good roads will do or a . Charlott preached and talked and built and kept building Good roads until now she has Noi a peer in the whole land a far As roads Are concerned. If you do not believe that Good roads is a paying investment go to Charlotte and try to buy a tract of land along the lines of her Macadam roads and you will soon discover that Good roads have intrinsic value. We May not accomplish what Charlotte we could if we wished we can improve our roads to such a degree that they would not recognizable except the surrounding scenery. Good roads is the cry everywhere. Give us Good roads we like everybody Elte need better roads. A Railroad that has a poor Road bed Small rails miserable scheduler and poor service cannot compete with a Road that is alive to All these things. What about a then that has gullies and pig paths and hog wallows leading up to it the questions easily answered. It stands no More show than a snowball in. Of Well we can get Good roads if we want them so let s have the Best roads going. We should not sat a fled with just As Good we should have better roads the nobody else. When we get this we will have a better than any other people. We Admire a nc8n who takes hold of a thing and pushes it through to Success. We All dislike a Man who will have nothing to do with that which stands for the Public weal. Here we have a matter that every Man in the county can take bold of and push to a Success. Every Man in the county can do something toward this cause. If it is not. Log More than voting on the question he can do that and we believe when the test comes every Man in the county will do his Best to further this cause. The question is going to come up some of these Days after the dispensary question is settled k let us think about it and arrive at some ways and Means of accomplishing for the county that which will count More Lor its up building than probably any other thing in sight at present. The bog wallows and calf paths have got to Sooder the us. Flies bugs mosquitoes. Housekeepers who Are bothered with flies will never know peace until they put in screen windows and screen doors. It is said that flies Are responsible for typhoid fever and other ailments. We have nothing against any physician but we would advise that an ounce of prevention is Worth a Pound of cure. Cleanliness is cheaper than sickness Lyle add health Are better than doctor s Bills drug Bills and funeral expenses. Allol which May saved keeping the flies from walking Over the butter or other things on the dinner table. A Fly is not at All part co Lar where it lights Belore dinner. Put no the screens that May bad already made at the hardware stores. If you prefer almost any Carpenter will glad to put up the necessary screens to keep flies and other things out. 1 Carpenter s Bills Are less than undertaker s t charges. With Eore ens in the House the baby can sleep in the Day time and you can get a morning Nap. If a stray Fly comes along fold of a newspaper and kill him when she Down to rest. I. Abuse of juries. The press of the country we think As a Rule Are unjust to the juries. Criminals is. Cape through the of the Law and the partiality of those who bold the Scales if a jury happens to convict a Rich Man the judges too often stand Between the convict and his Job on the Public works or in the pen ten Larles. Judge Brawley of the United state circuit court has issued an order Lor the Sale of an Derson electro hallway. The liabilities of the railway aggregate s1so.ooo. The entire Plant consisting tracks to Belton Gluck Mills and Power House Are to or. A Anibell desires us to Call the attention of the people to the need of a hospitable in Abbeville. Other towns Are moving along these lines and it would seem that Abbeville ought to keep Pace with the Foremost. We Are not informed As to the proper Steps which should taken but we have no doubt that others More familiar with such work could Haze out the Way to Euce ens. Election of teachers for the Abbeville graded and High schools. The trustees of the City schools elected the following teachers at their last meeting. Miss Bertha White third Grade. Miss White Well known Here for several years she was a teacher in the graded school. She left us for a position in the schools of ,n. A she has been re elected Here and will take up her work with the third Grade at the opening of the schools. Miss Jennie Causey of plan polls s. C., has been elected to teach one of the second grades. Miss Ida Penney of our City has been elected to a position of first Grade teacher. Or. F. E. Broyles of Anderson has been elected to take a position in the City schools. Or. Broyles is a College of Charleston Man and comes Well recommended. Work on the High school will begin Shortl and while the building will not opening time it will ready for occupation a Short while after. The present policy of the trustees is to begin the High school work at the beginning of the session in whatever Way seems Best so that As soon As the building in completed the classes May enter it. In this Way one year will saved. A suggestion for Hospital association. Plans Are on fool to establish a Hospital in Abbeville. A Hospital is a Blessing to any Community. If we could give figures showing How much Money leaves the City each year for infirm Aries out of the county it would a great Surprise to All. We do not like to leave Home to treated and we Only do so because we Are compelled to seek better facilities with a Hospital in we would have these facilities. Would it not a Good plan far the pro. Motors of the Hospital to so arrange it that All May Lake a band in the building of a Hospital. Let the Stock sold so that an one can buy so that the City Council can take a Brock of it 60 that the Cotton Mill can buy a Block so that the county medical association can buy a Block so that the daughters of confederacy can take Stock so that the civic league nay enter the enter prise so that any individual who wishes May help in the Good cause. In this Way the Hospital can practically belong the the . It is the duty of every citizen to do what can toward the promote oof this Enterprise. We need it As much As any other . It is not a matter Tor the Medicos alone but one that every Cut led should take an interest in Clemson College. A few weeks ago this editor urged that the legislature should refund or. Clemson s Money to Bis heirs and that the state trustees take absolute control of it. Let it always understood that we always Reserva the right to change our mind exl week when further thought and additional facts require. We now say let Clemson alone it is doing a Noble work which it would no do if it should foil into the bands of unfriendly politicians. Even before or. Tillman published his letter on the subject we had an inkling that political or local jealousy was at the Bottom of the cry against the life against the personality of the Board. The other state institutions May look Well to their laurels. The Clemson boys Are coming six Hundred Strong. In time they will a Power in the state and those Young men who May on inclination or 8 dream of political preferment May As Well recognize the Bond of Union Between College Othon Tel Thuv Are a Tower of strength. Rapley s Shoals annual 4th of july picnic will on the 5th this year. As the fourth of july will on 8unday this year the picnic which is held annually at la Playa Shoals will held on the fifth. More Good the legs to eat have been carried to Rapley for the past 25 years than Ever Epi Urius had spread on his Marble table. People know this info web and the fifth of july will find a line up that will do Justice to the viands of Long Cane. I the Cotton factory will help Yon if Yon will help it. A Cotton factory will bring More people to than any other Enterprise of it size. A Cotton factory will increase the value of that House and lot which you own. Of run Ore a morn Hont Rin Alt Tail in to t another Cotton factory. It will help you indirectly if not directly. Ify at the Mill lie carried out Bis Pari of the contract faithfully tooled hulls for four or five cars and when bulls began to valuable sold his contract to the Mill for a handsome figure. No id Ere 18 no telling what developments Walt King Catton it does look however that i has reached Ultima Thule when Cotton talks Are found to make a splendid Quality of paper. The paper made from stalk is to chiefly wrapping paper. The City Council of Anderson fined a negro 55 for loud it is not stated what flue would have been if the swearing bad not been loud. Children at the Orr Mill in Anderson Are reported to attending sunday school. You just never can Tell what people May do. List your property with us. We can find a buyer for you. If we do nor it will Cost you nothing. Abbeville ins. And Trust co. J. S. Stark pres. J. �. Mcdavid. Sec. Phone 118 n. 6. Or 0 k degree which of these Are you striving to \ Charles Petty editor Farmer pm opher Sermo Nizer talks of Grees and editorial responsibility the editor of the press and Banner 1 receipt of a marked copy of the spartan journal which was addressed to Hugh son o. K.," and from which paper we the following for the last four weeks much has bees and written about degrees and College 1 ors. One taking a superficial View a think that a Mau without a degree or Ary title was a sort of nobody. The a Plain old fashioned schoolmasters is Pasi professors have taken their Picar. Evi three months school is taught a profs if he 1m a Man. But titles Are necessary t Days. Most people in estimating the Worth of men Are like travellers. They i sign boards to Point out the Way. So w it comes to teachers the one who can Wal half dozen letters at the end of is name great Man. And How we stand in Awe of preacher who writes d. D. Or la. D. Or at the end of his name. These titles c for much. These titled men Are the thing. It 1b praiseworthy for College Gri ates to study for a few years to earn mor ties. The More they get the bigger they but there Are two titles they Ere Eari quietly and silently. They will conf whether they ask Lor them or not. They not written on Parchment and tied we Blue ribbon. The authority that coi these degrees is Supor Lor to College Fracul there Are no big speeches made when Are conferred. They stick when once g after a b., d. D. And la. D. Are forgot the the people. They Are n. G. And . W Are you working Fot every Young r even if never entered a College will us get one of these degrees. An the Days g and his work 1b proven the a Grees wll conferred. There 1b no Friendly Aid that secure one and reject the other. When people decide thai a Man in entitled . Be has to Bear it. That title annuls All Merit and influence belonging to other to when ibis same discriminating world w. As a title to a Man need not much for other titles. Which Are you w a Nguoi you will most certainly gain or the other. The Call of the Are divinely called to t work. They feel the weight of rps Ponsle an much an the preacher or Leacher. Their influence la far reaching. It lace less. The re Are no vacations. Daj after their winged words go Forth had find j ment in the minds of the people. The lecture will forgotten the m tue the Sermon will not remembered the Man from one month to another words of the Earnest Wise editor Are As sown in Good toll. They Bear fruit cont Ousby. Let no one with profane hand touch pen when writes Lor a thousand or thousand readers or ten million people. Alls a sacred of Floe. He deals with life character. He shapes and directs the Les of nations. Read what one says in new York american. He writes for the Lions. Thin is what he says on the f Val of the press " journalism which once sat like a Bogga the King s Gate has become lord Oham lain of the Palace. It it one of the remarkable events of t strange new times that the British gov ment is feasting and coveting the fave fifty newspaper men brought to London f the end of the Empire to review the land naval forces and assess the values of i rial Acyl event. The dress has been the fourth estate the saying is foolish. The press stands to estate at class no special interest its Power is the Power of self Effa Eeme of humility. H does not speak for itself but for its or eld. It is the lord Chamberlain of the pal but the Palace is the people s. The newspaper is the most Subtle and t Tual of All mechanisms. Id its Dally pulsations it creates a Sacra Tal Union among a myriad separate Spir a communism Olibe intellect that puts passion of majorities behind the project the most intelligible wills. The press is the University of the Peon the Public school of grown am teachers and learners. The newspaper in the vast Reticulate their influence Are West log the organic ments of a new social order. A society shall governed not superstition science not fear but Faith. The English w the complexity of its problems and Besel swords and the shadows of sword. Inst Lively turns for reassurance to the pc that excels All social forces in persistence constancy. Add that stands nearest thought of the people. Pat h. Noble. P. H. Noble was born in Abbeville dust s. C., in april 1s31. And died november 1908, dear Learned Miks. He was Marble miss Bettle Brady in 1856 and remove Hinds county,miss., where were born to ten Cal Dren of whom six sons an daughters survive. Comrade Noble served Bis country in to bldg times of the sixties As a Sembt company k. 45tb Mississippi infantry c Long through unscathed. He was a member of p. A. Haman Ca u. V. Of Learned miss. The White Rabits have absconded but till have the 1000 loot area tobacco to look at see Rosenberg for i Othling. Keep i electric f and run it for on Abbeville water fora weak kidneys backache absolutely essential in Ord that you take a reliable pre kidneys. Many persons to will found More satisfy of pics a delays Are Dar Mon complaint1 always gives d same May Resus n l disease or son kidneys. Pine of i sorbed and Assisi a i out the Poison Ujj the kidneys or and invigorate 1 will convince y claim for them. Get a Bot Pine Les Are put up in two sizes 2% times As much As the 50 cent size. John w. Kennedy five out of six for Abbey ii Vin the locals take two out of three game from Royston one from Greenwoo a and two from Whitmire. De tuesday s game of the Abbeville Roy Tou series went to lion Lon score of 5 to 3. Roy Jones pitched f in Abbeville and Terrell Jones Caugh Burg while Watson who was unable in catch on account of his fingers he Sony the Day before covered the inia Tii sack. The fast Mccarter twins Wei said in the Outfield. The remainder of to son lineup was Tobej same As on Monda nor Blackmon and Putman were the a y of Tery for Royston. Although Abb ing vill outhit and out fielded Royston Ora some bad base running errors at Crit Bear Cal times and Bard Luck decisions c real the Umpire gave Royston the game. Han score innings r. H. The a Abbeville 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-3 7 is a Royston 120 001.1 0 1.5 4the l bom the third game with Royston was Wili big farce with the score at the end Stu it 19 to 0 in Abbeville s favor. To e to score tells its own . R rred Abbeville 5 1 1 5 03 4 x x-19 21 will Royston 000 00 0 0 0 0.0 1 if Erk batteries for Abbeville Terre lies. Jones and Watson for Royston Pulley learn Putman Ginn and Putman and avg Man Ley. Abbeville had no trouble in Defea Ireby ing Greenw thursday. They hit Cheatham to old Clemson Star at will getting r the less than twelve hit soft of his deliver Roy Jones held Greenwood Safe at at e8e times. Rites Abbeville 0 2 1 111 111.9 12 care Greenwood 000 1 02 0 0 0.3 3 a batteries for Abbeville Roy Jon and Watson for Greenwood Che Tham and Duckett. Abbeville ran up against the re heir article of base Ball teams in Whiteii my on i Rit Lay Auu saturday. Sih is Abe came of with living colors both time Day Benton a twitmire s first class South of Paw struck out 1g of Abbeville s Bauit. Tera in the first game and 11 in to i second. Terrell Jones struck out 11 the Whitmire s men the first game Annu jo�e9 made 10 fan the atm Pobere. Watson caught both game the first game he Abbeville 0 0 1 00 0 1 00-2 7 and Whitmire 00 0 0 00 0 0 0-0 2 of second game Abbeville 100 000 20 0-3 6 Lesii Whitmire 00 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 2 r at for the six games played so far tube batting average of the team has Bee Bene 370. Terrell Jones has pitched thrice games allowing Only 6 hits an aver of age of 2 to a game. Roy Jones has a and Lowed 9 hits in three games an ave ape Ane of 3 hits in a game. B this shows that we have Fine Pitcl r do ers and a first class team behind ties pitchers. But if the attendance to to a. Games is not belter than it was on to Sov last series the financial Side will con up lacking. And manager Jones place quests us to say that if the Mone Pir. Pledged to support the Ball team is n Alj m flip erstwhile Abbeville boy visits us thatt or. Thomas c. Bradley of Washington spent a Lew Days Here with friends and r 1th Alves Here last week. I or. Bradley is the oldest son of w. O. Bra inc Ley who made Abbeville his borne for a nun Iwer Ber of years and who Practised Law at the and bar. The or. Bradley life his father has chosen la As his profession and has been practising the bar in Washington for a number of year he has Many friends of childhood Days and around Abbeville who Are pleased toe blk again. He fats loaned the Benedictines Haver rect won one of washed ton s prettiest Gills r. V share his labors and to j to. Blk two Ailenn s Lornix. The tin cans solder Gold and tipping Coppe r 0 for Canning fruit and vegetables Al Glenn som Glenn has 8,000 pounds sugar at bargain f of Tab. My peas Cane Beed and seed Corn at Glenn Snipen will still ?1 so Dat Oil can for 81.00. Ice Cream churns and junkets at Glenn we m Igns Don t fall to look Over the new lot of Stan Ard novels just received at Speed s Dri store. A new shipment of ladies oxfords just in Rosenberg s. Cool using an Amir a can rent Nehil for $1 per monthly l-2c an hour. And electric Plant i me Back rheumatism or Lumbago it i Ler to obtain satisfactory results Parathion that acts directly on this to Luck for a cure. No Reed Lectory than Neulest Ige Rous. There is no More com than kidney complaint. Natur warning and failure to Heel t in diabetes Lumbago Bright other serious affection of thales Are readily and naturally a dilated the stomach driving due to disordered conditions o bladder. They purify the Bloo he entire system. The first Dos of that Pine Les will do All w tie to Day. $1.00 and 50 cents. The Dollar size contain & co. Chicago u. S. A. I a the e. L. Dargi i just to Leep following or Al t6 in Octagon soap 7 cakes for l red Cross Talcum powder. 3 cakes Fine toilet soap to boxes cat and mouse matches. E 6 Clay pipes for ? writing tablets with City views. O a Tablet with Coupon for 4 cards. 1 la. Best Candy All kinds a 1 set knives and Forks 2 spools Good thread for ii 2 Nice fans for1id ladies Collar ladies Jabot 11 ladies Wash belts in 10 Good line ladies Hose y 11 1 lot Hose regular 10c, pair 3 splendid Towel 4 curtain rods i0 a 18 Gold plated Waist pins for a re in � fruit jars 8 fruit jars Jelly s and rub 2 Bers bought in february at4 1 car Load Price and now we i will sell you cheaper than you can buy. Re come Here first and save " time and Money. S Ieie if its a cooking stove or a Range you need sure Andrj see us. To / 1 i and 10c Sto d0 Mmel. If g Atid e to _ s for Sale to 8. A 0 a Large nine room dwelling on North Al main Street 100 feet of Piazza. 10 feet wide Shady front and Back p Ai Yard Large barn out houses. A in College in Honor of Mian c. Judson. Who a been identified school for so Lany years. Mins Judson has Given a Large part of her to the school nod has rendered most valuable assistance always. She is loved the state. She has been to g c. What her distinguished brother was to Urbaan University and it occasions no aural Nethat her former pupils should want the lege to Bear her name. He state of South Carolina Abbeville county. O All parties concerned take notice that the undersigned As at rney8for r. I. Pursley and Donnie Annie Ursley will on june 26th, 1909, petition the . Klugh judge of eighth judicial a cult at Chambers to appoint j. F. Miller sq., judge of probate of Abbeville county Nard an for the following minors Donnie nine Callie and Matt e Pursley who Are titled to an estate of three Hundred third three and 33-100 dollars each arising from in proceeds of insurance policy in the Wood Enof the world on their late father s to. Ursley life. There is no fit and competent person will into act As said & Mars june 10th, 1 09. Attorneys. Ini Hersity of sooth Carolina scholarship examination. The University of South Carolina offers scholarships in the department education to one Young Man from Ich county. Each scholarship is Orth $100 in Money and $18 term fee. Examination will old at county at Friday july 2. Examination fori Mission to he University will eld at the same time. Write for information to s. Mitchell pres. Columbia s. A. Dewey so wimp Arlois. Rhos enterprising Young i doing a Liiv class Susji . His. Iof o Xvi a old the 1 h la u u i ii v cl41a.iv. D pos Ottice. His prices Are right and 2 is getting the business. Shaving lots. Hair Cut 25 Els. Or. Dewey is assisted or. Wal Mic Ord. These two gentlemen Ake a splendid team and Nan turn it work most satisfactory in Price id unsurpassed in execution. 17k.-, ollege of Charleston. 1251ii your Kitizin of holier 1. Niran re examination will lie he d at uie Muty court Alioune on Friday july 2 at a. All candidate for admission can compete october for vacant Boyce scholarships Ilch pay Slot a year. One free tuition schol " ship to each county of South Carolina. � lard and furnished room in dormitory $12. � Ilton 310. For catalogue address 1 Hak Hison Randolph president. S i l. Dargan co. I re quote the i e articles i my Pitcher 75c id Sancers 30ch e bowl s. /. 5c cd Gold band plates 75c fifi Gold band c. And s 75c no tumblers 25c 9h hed tumblers table 30c is Biers each 10c9g no Complete 19c c ases 15ch cases Ioc h enamelled pan Inch to enamelled Wash Basin. Ioc enamelled pudding pan. Ioc h in tin 5c h a pot in tin Inch in tin for. 5ch 1 i ice Cream a freezers we carry Only the beat and our second shipment arrivesth8 week. Sold ont first big lot two reasons for this and Price. By j extra special prices now on crockery China and Cut Glass tinware and enamel Ware. # and 10c store. Blue Mage a Airway to. Effective june 6, 1909._ no. 12 no. 10 no. 8 eastbound. Daliy Dally Dally Exson stations. A. M. P. A p. M. La Walhalla 8 45 3 87 1 85 la West unload 8 50 3 82 1 45 la Seneca 9 08 3 50 2 15 la Jordan la 9 10 8 52 5 29 la Adams 9 25 4 07 5 47 la Cherry s 9 28 4 10 5 50 la Pendleton 9 40 4 22 6 02 la Anion 9 48 4 30 6 13 la Sandy Springe 9 51 4 83 6 17 la Denver 9 56 4 38 0 25 la West Anderson 10 10 4 52 6 45 la Anderson pass. Dep. 10 15 4 57 6 55 la Anderson fat. Dep. 10 18 5 00 Arbel top 10 45 5 27t westbound. No. 11 no. 9 no. 7 stations. P. M. A. M. A. M. La Bel ton 5 45 11 55 la Anderson Fri. Depot 6 11 12 21la Anderson pass Dep 6 14 12 24 9 20 la West Anderson 6 20 12 30 9 80 la Denver 6 33 12 48 9 60 la Sandy Springs 8 38 12 48 10 00 la Anion. 6 41 12 51 10 05 la Pendleton 6 49 12 59 10 20 la Berry a 8 59 1 09 10 85 la Damp 7 02 1 12 10 40 la Jordanl 7 20 1 80 11 05 la Seneca 7 22 1 32 12 05 i a West Union 7 40 1 50 12 80 a Walhalla 7 45 155 12 40 will also Stop at the following stations and take on and let off a James to away Welch. J. R. Anderson 8nperlntendent a r .3&p-. A. I u 104 arc a or. In r " / Marble and Granite. I i am in the Marble Aud Granite represent Owen Bros. Marol company of Greenwood s. Lve Fay the freight and guarantee satisfaction. Of Wor Joes not come up to contract it does of Cost you a cent. Any one wanting monuments Toombs slab work or curbing i will a pleased to have them Call on me at Beeville s. C., or at the shops iq3reenwood. Joe f. Edmunds director of agents. Electric diner succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they Are the supreme remedy As thousands have testified. For kidney liver and stomach trouble it is the Best Medicine Ever sold Over a druggist s counter. We defy the world of ice Cream. Our soda Nunt Atn 1 open in full blast and our ice Ream 1b made of pure Cream and eggs. All orders whether Large or Ismall gotten up n Bort notice. Yours to please c. A. A Lloid c co

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