Abbeville Press And Banner in Abbeville, South-Carolina
3 Mar 1909

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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - March 3, 1909, Abbeville, South CarolinaPm ithe press and Banne by w. W. And w. K. Bradley. Hugh Wilson editor. Abbeville s. At Pabl shed every wednesday at 82 y to in Advance. Wednesday March 3, 1909. Mistake of the legislature or. S. K. Cromer of Tbs City to blinks to legislature made a bad mistake id Avii but two weeks of slate wide prohibition pc fore the election on the dispensary Questro tie iu1uks Loul Iwu i Uwe swum belter Eoas to give a practicable example curbing oar thirst. For this reason m Cromer will urge the governor to Call an e tra session of the legislature. Status of religion. Last sunday was an exceptionally Pleasa which would Natu Aliy be suppose to excite the profoundest gratitude to to giver of every Good and perfect Gilt Lor All goodness and mercy to us and to All me in View too of the adjournment of the legs lature it was to be presumed that Many c Vout worshippers would be in their be before the hour for the beginning of Dev tonal exercises. The proml8etht he would with any two or three of his children w might be assembled in his name was cons Long. We note the number of worshippers eleven o clock in the different churches follows feb. 2s, feb. 21. Or Iii x of j 4vw a. R. Presbyterian 54 52 presbyterian 157 170 episcopal 35 metro debt 103 138 total a 400 although the episcopal Church was c open on sunday 21st, it will be seen that t number in attendance on divine service w less last sunday when All the churches we open. The decline of fourteen is note counted for. Oue word of encouragement for this Peop May be found in or. Neel e. Pressly s Lett from Mexico to the a. R. P. Synod. In la letter he 6ald that not Over two per cent of the catholics of that country attended be � vice in their cathedrals. If this City has 2,500 White people it will seen that a much larger per cent of the protestants of this town attend than that of to catholics in Tampico. The pastor of the presbyterian Church r feared last sunday morning to to beaten Ance upon Public worship. He enquired if was the fault of the ministers or if it was the Lack of interest by the people in Rell Glo affairs. The Good pastor of the presbyter i f cd Rob hoped for better things. Another matter which May reflect Inta Gable facts is to be seen in the attendance u on the theatrical performances in the Ope Bouse. The grand opening by the clans my brought together about one thousand we paid from 75 cents to 51.50 in the auditor in and galleries while a number of Box Ticke were sold at 82.00 each. From the books the theatre we find the following number paid admissions to each of which numb the Lessee informed us that from 25 to 36 for admissions May be added but upon Refl ton be Aid that it would be better to esl mate the free admissions at an average of Here Are the figures for the performance this year omitting Only two which were Garden As failures because of excessively i favourable weather january 2, paid admissions 199. /i4i i. 224. 15, " 2ss. Feby. 20, " 433. " 28," " 23s. " 27, " " 150. These Are facts which each Reader May coi Eider and digest to his own satisfaction an construction. Empty pews May be found in each of of churches every sunday morning to hic All men and All women Are cordially we corned. No paid admissions Are necessary Onn m As Are free. Has it con to this that our people Are tired of Earlc the old old Story which May or May not t told in a entertaining manner. Or does appear that the people prefer amusement what do the paid admissions to the theatis mean what Means the empty pews at Church which Are free do men go to Church As a matter of duty do men go to the theatre As a matter pleasure the prohibition Bill the prohibition Bill that passed the Sta legislature in its closing hours seems have been a Oom Promise. The Bill will t printed elsewhere in the paper and hence c comment is made on its terms or provision it is a Well known fact that if these provi ions and prohibitions have not the mor s support of the people of the state they we remain a dead letter on the statute books. The essential Point of the Bill is a prove Sec Root ratio run nil the count los of the state t closing the dispensaries on the first to ends in August 1909, with a provision that on to third tuesday in August there shall i / an election to determine whether or not to Despe Sailes shall be reopened. If the i Jorty of the voters of a county in which dispensary is now located shall then vote reopen the dispensary. It shall be reopen and operated under the dispensary Law i heretofore. V it seems that there should be no kick this arrangement. It is certainly pref Erab to Havluy the policy of this county diktat a by other counties which have bad Moi trouble in the management of their Usu a flairs. If the people of the county will ii form themselves of the abuses of Prohl Butlo elsewhere and in the Light of this info rim ton will turn the business with its prof Over to non resident dealers there Oan be n objection. The Good democratic Rule is Thi each county should have what it wants. While no Effort will be made to give Gene Al information on this Point a Slagle cat from the records in Atlanta May Point moral. 1905.cases for drunkenness in january an february 789. 1906.cases for drunkenness in january an february 782. 1907.cases Tor drunkenness in january an february 887. 1908.cases for drunkenness in january an february 196. 1909.cases Tor drunkenness in january an february 547. If drunkenness is climbing up to its form proportion it is presumed that the about consumed is going apace. Atlanta has All to expense of suppressing drinking and attend ant crimes and no Revenue with which to d it. Or. W. R. Mcadams of Antreville was i town last saturday. A truer Man or a Bette Soldier did not Lay Down is arrays at appt Mattox. He is one of the few warriors of c a. Luth s. R. Or. As. Kennedy one of the Best Mei alive in the associate reformed Church a in town one Day last weak. As Iron Sharpen eth Iron so doth the countenance of a Man Friend. Or. Hugh Howard and or. Ernest Howard left last monday seeking employment i Greenville. I i y r testimony and affidavit de in the Case of Charles m Cochran i charged with the killing of Lee Mosley. M stale of South Carolina no Abbeville county. Joe personally appeared Charles m. Cochran ree no being duly sworn says that be in the de 00j Pendant la the matter now before the court t8 Ueng charged Altu homicide in the killing of 1 Lee Mosley. Deponent says Batons saturday a evening february 7tu, 1uu9, be was in Abb Ellie Hud Reanea Tio Oie i the Gordon place Between Sundown and dark that when be be _ reached his Home the deceased Lee Mosley in and his son Jed Mosley were in a difficulty Ai re their Home near the Home of he deponent Aud each of them had double barrel shot 111 guns Inream Euing to shoot each other and Baa shortly alter deponent reached Home the my k said cd Mosley Rau through deponent s Yard it followed by Lee Moseley with his shot Kul a t that the 6aid Lee Mosley stopped in s Yard at the Well Aud commenced ours Pri _ lug the Wue of cd Mosley that be Poueu an spoke to the said Lee Mosley and told Himin mat he must quit using Prolan language id or. Nis Yard in the hear lug of his wife and that c 8 x the said Lee Mosley Diu Lor a time Slop using a profane language Aud deponent went into a us House deponent further says that shortly after i the said Lee Mosley began again to curse vol of gently and prolate in in deponent s Yard Aud Imu Ifill Hho ured his pistol. Which he had qui had before and Weill Lulu Lue Yard and Al warned Ibe said Lee mob Ley to do Oil irom co using propane language us Bis premises Ana de to quit the premises. W Hereupon the said a. Lee Mosley began 10 curse the deponent and Windrew us Buoi gun upon deponent As 11 10 cd Stroot Bim when Depou Eui tired. Deponent to says that tie said Lee Musky ran to the woodpile and got deponent s axe. And and an sauced upon Depou Eui Aud brew tie axe Al Jit him. Were upon Depou Eui tired at Lue said. Lee Mosley the second time Strimov turn Lue said Lee Mosley Aud causing us Dexiu of an a yesterday. F0, deponent further says that alter the said to Lee Mosley was Bol be continued Load in _ Vanco upon deponent being very close Loty � him taking deponent pistol irom blk Aud go at Arleu to Stool deponent with it. A deponent Lurther says that be 8bot the said of Lee Mosley because be believed that Bis Lyle to was la danger having been attacked by the w said Lee Mosley Aud that it was necessary Lor min to protect Bim Seif. 10 deponent Turmer says Tuat la the struggle 1 Between Bio self Aud the said Lee Mosley Jug Over Ibe deponent s pistol the same was Treu again striking deponent in tue hand and a mat after tue said let Masley had take the Fai pistol irom deponent the said Lee Mosley still tried to Boot deponent with it Aud of account of the Lack Tuat the Eyl Unuer of the u ii pistol refused to work be was not Abla to do us so. Cans. Conran. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st a Day of March a. D. 1909. Ire j. L. Perrin m in clerk of court. I state of South Carolina cd county of Abbeville. Feb. 28ih, 1909. Of dead body of Lee Mosley. Our. What county do you live la a. Abbt to i Ellie. Oak. State what you know of the dead body of Lee Mosley a. 1 just Baw or. Charles Sci in Conran when be shot Dee Mosley. J i to Ikiria Ono to in Refl Beloff Bifid them to a. I Beard not blog Bald bet Weed them at an. Q. How far were you from them when the be o shooting took place a. I was at the Well any. A. How Many Umes did be Booi a. Que three. Not. When did it happen a. Yesterday. Us e bin w i Emmet x Gilbert of mar sworn to before i a 28lh feb. 1909. Id W. Bowie tic Coroner a a. 8b Edd Lee Mosley born says min. Tell what you know of this shoot log a a. Me and my father got in a Little fuss and q. Of was after me and my Wie he ran me by pair. Charles co bran 8 Well Ana Down in from a of the House and then or. Charles Cochran m a shot. My father asked him if he was shooting id at him. Inq. L old you Bear any words Between your be30 father and or. Cochran a. To sir. A m a. Did you go to or. Milford s to phone for its sheriff a. Yes sir 1 wanted to have him we arrested so i would have some peace in my a q. And Yogi did phone for Sher flt a. Yes or sir and he oame. Tinq. Can you Tell Bow your father got or. Tyiee Cochran s pistol a. No sir i did t see of r. Blk get the q. Do Yon know that he bad or. Charles 1cocbran s pistol a. Yes sir he had it. Fact. When did be die. A. He died today. J is u All this happened in this count f a. Re yes sir. Bis a Edd Lee x Mosley. Inf sworn to before me 28th feb. 1909. W. Bowie Coroner a. I go. Belcher sworn Sayk Yeit. Geo. State. A. As i was coming up 3, the Road yesterday i Beard two shot and we when i come up Lee Mosley had the gun and by axe going towards or. Charles Corbran be dropped the gun and advanced with the axe and was ussling with or. Cochran trying to Ould get his pistol and then the third shot was Olf Iid none. Aha. Did be gel the pistol from or. Cochran a i Don t know. P0ir q. Did you hear any words Between them Nib a. Lee Mosley asked or. Cochran who he h0, to was shoot log at and be said be was shooting at him.i01 a. How far were Yon a bin the first shot Abele was Fred a. I was about 50 or 60 Yards. The q. How fur when the last snot was a. 40 or 50 Yards. Spa e a were you close enough to hear them tue 11 Tai Alne a. I never heard anything at All. Re. There was nothing to keep you from seeing the parties. A. To air i would see Adi re them Well y to a. Did you see that pistol of or. Cochrane a a. Yes sir. His Evi Geo. X Belcher. Exl Mark i sworn to before me 28th feb. 1909. In 0j W. Bowie Boco Roner a. For Tel is to certify that the Uoder Algood of practising physicians or Abbeville county Imp would be made by a pistol Bullet entering the embody in the right hypo Gastle Region. The wt10 Ball entering the lower lobe of the loin and to be ranging downward and backward Punk bldg i n intestine a causing internal Bem Orage and Cheath. Blend Ert " j. Hill m. s w. D. So Peon m. D. Apai sworn to before me 28th feb. 1909. Weh. W. Bowie be11 Coroner a. Ebi f. Crowber l. 8. Foreman. Boil. E. Mann l. A we Djohn w. Little l. 8 Tox y Thomss Stevenson l. 8. I w. 8. Norris l. 8. In Bis piece e. P. X Etc Ridge l. 8. La 3e Mark i e r. A bile l. 8. Pien. P. Milford l. 8. Re this i Asam x Harris l. 8. Pit to Mark his my Dunvan x Harris l. 8. I Ismark Ott Bis s Wees x Reynolds l.8. Or Aima table Bis Ooi Chas. X Hunter l. A to Mark j re ret r " it fold preachers have a perfect right to go in to to politics i la 8ajthe news and courier Beems to question am 0 the Plaht of ministers of the gospel to go into a 1 politics. The press and Banner believes ministers have a perfect fight cot Only to a do so but to do anything any other Oltzen e May do. When moral questions Are involved8 the Ordinary Layman May not be equal to the occasion. There is no sort of d doubt in our mind As to the eligibility of d preachers to the ranks of the politicians. A " preacher has As much right to jump into a d cesspool As anybody else. The Only question Vei j with us is should the preachers be allowed to it go Back into the gospel ship we think under certain conditions that after be log washed fumigated and disinfected be Mir a might be taken Back on probation if he make j sufficient professions of repentance. Go c e the preacher certainly has As much right to a go into politics As anybody else and when f e it j i Al it it lie Uuk he uoi1uuuiu Muoio co u1uuu. A into the pulpit As has other politician. It is strange to us that to Able a newspaper As v a the news end courier does not recognise the Syi a rights of preachers to go into politics and Foi that it does not recognise the fact that poll Mil j Ticiano Are not eligible to the pulpit. Our to Good brother surely does not go to sunday a school. Ii Boi 0 or. S. Ernest Fleming who has been in co. B8b 8 Lumblad in the employ of the Southern rail a Way Lor the last three months came Home. 81 8 monday night. He is seemingly in the Best of health except a lame foot which was Hurt by the overturning of a or Ooala pc 3 Seattle of seme kind. He goes on crutches a now but expects to be All right in a abort time. He la doing Well in Hla new Job. Jap the a. R. P. Church in Abbeville. L or medium notice your comments on my cements in the press and Banner in ret the Home Board and your lessons to dome Solo and journalistic etiquette ios t believe that you would willingly be it or unkind to me. For Tbs reason Sipeo fully ask that you give place in y mss to Tbs my answer a your Issue of february Lith instant j 1 churches like household proves so a Papern etc., have certain Rales of Eue Wolod Are supposed 10 keep Mem in repeating the unpleasant things ii open in the privacy of there Listl Tulc ice is always so much that is Beautiful f about churches Tuat to hold up misfortunes especially the poverty of urch is something we cannot in Perstac l Bere Are some things which i May resumed not to know. Of household seer old Bachelor May plead ignorance s invaded none of the professions tie d ilm however to know something of be Pera. After being in the business for t Century he would be More or less it in 11 be did not think that he knew a 111 the etiquette among newspapers f my much respected Orllo would 1 the facts Wiloh provoked our expose of nil ton of the a. K. P. Church i thl most anybody could understand Tai is speaking of the representation of t urch by the Home Board. 1 always it even if i do not proclaim the Beaul d the righteousness of the Church. 9owever much others May question end shop and loyalty to the Church at la d however mob they May doubt my 1 r the local Church i cannot be robbed of Ner consciousness of the seme of my fid heroic measures though painful Melmes necessary even in dealing w r nearest and Best friends and in seek build up our most Oberl bed list Tull sometimes run counter to the vanity the sentiment of others most interested whether the Abbeville a. . Church i not in4 healthy condition is a Mattei Lenlon which opinion should be based u cts. If the humblest member believes t e Home Board has misrepresented Ooi is Here and he can produce facts to b inflate that belief and he does not do in be is derelict in his duly even As ome Board has been careless in Lis Suen is. Should the assessments be in ceased As Urosh grows weaker is it better to conc r weakness than to fathom and Correct tails the question. Should there be c ailments in matters of of Barb and o Lenot la All Kidd Dess i would ask if any m r of the Abbeville thu Rob will say to spite the increase of membership it Lile to pay now As it was a few year ago to reflection is meant upon those who table to pay but those who have Home ird and so Eldered heavier burdens use of the unavoidable loss of Contr Lent ambers Are worthy of Rome co Sld in. In the present status the meal up is perhaps larger than it was in any f by period while the list of those whole and willing to contribute has Gro in fully smaller. Will venture the assertion that a Sti ent from the Pullo records of the numbered property that is owned by Mirs of the Abbeville of Rob and a sit ent of Belr payments to Church Purut 11 show conclusively that they not o y More in proportion to Belr Means to y Church in the associate 8ynod, but t by pay More according to their Abl an do the members of any other evangel Ucb in America. Challenge the Home Board to Prodi its to disprove this statement. Challenge the Home Board and the Kate reformed Synod to produce Evl Denci itly them in the act of increasing the lament upon the Abbeville Czuroh e it grows weaker and less Able to pay. Ballenge the associate reformed syn n i Ballenge All of its boards Roget la each and every other member of nod to show the Pride the Wisdom malt Yorbe authority or the religion r Saviour Bloh would warrant an Unm 1 tax upon Little cd probes like this Bevelle for no higher and no better p 9e than that of spending our Money we unbiased intelligent mind can possibly be of commensurate results. In Iionno Mph and no fire Mim her of locate reformed Church to show when people have been treated fairly or in tally la the evasive reports of expel be of the people s Money. Challenge All Mankind to Farnish go 1 sufficient reasons which would just i Board of foreign missions in Makl Isle and non in forming reports of to Pendt oreo our Money in me Loo. Challenge the a whole on Rob to show to the last ten Yearb Ady missionary or a Ard of foreign missions has made c no. Clear spec Flo and definite account Allier the work Blob by been done Money Blob Baa been spent to Mexico Challenge the world to furnish proof Wisdom or the in Manly of taxing i Bevelle a Broh out of existence that Mot by be raised with Blob to hire worked assistants to do the work in mex Ilab the missionaries and on teach i selves Are presumed to do. N the matter of levying taxes whether a Rob or in state equity should be the g Ling principle. F these Are not Faotta then my a loner Al ogles Are tendered. If they Are faille cherishing a love for All that Lull no in the Church must at our eyes to an injustice is it not i Linden duty to resent oppression for at Ever source resistance to tyranny Adlenor to god. Isle if the pastor of one of the Best i congregations in the of Rob May St Ament Bis salary by editing the Presby of a professor in the Seminary May St Ament Bis salary by editing the Presby a a professor in Erakine College May Sliment Bis salary by surveying a herein lies the objection to Ibe pastors Salon churches earning a part of their o a i Cucu 10 u y kudu in i j Usu ii Ier gainful Pursutu-7 peaking for myself i am not Able to to understand the necessity for levying i Benefit of others a crushing tax on which Are admittedly Ana pay their own speaking further for myself i Cilly understand Bow easy it is for to 10 live off of the can Rob and for those w re Little toward the support i Church to find fault with the Burdi hirers. N conclusion in my own behalf. I Woi r that i have striven throughout a la d a Tolve life to so not As to command pet and the Good will of All Menk lid i still Hope to Merit even if i do i Elve the Well done of my fair critic. Respect fully Hugh Wilson laying the mormons in the Shade representative. B. Hammond of uti her of twelve children has introduced entitled an not to encourage the p Letlon of race suicide wet bin the state a. This Bill provides that the state p j carb to mothers of every baby after i vent. Of Ali the fool Bills that Are lated in the different senates this is i it. Ltd president Roosevelt a medals gov the greatest number of children in Tiona of Flint and run resort to i Ponds 8100 Cash 1or every Obold after t vent we do not think there need be a r of race suicide As this is indeed too or inducement to have Large Abbeville medium bile i do not quote from the minutes 3od, yet is it not a fact that the Board reign missions pay the associate Reform isl Narles a Premium of 875 a year so veer sixteen years for each baby tic y come into Belr families in t this act of the associate Reform re enough to make the mormon senal lamed of Bis Little 3130 proposition ear for sixteen years makes $1,200 to locate reformed presbyterians Are tax each and every baby that is born to o jul Narles while the mormon senal poses but a poor Little 8150. Hugh Wilson of can always get what you want a master s Sale in1.1 the state of South Gaur county of Abbeville court of common Pleins the Farmers Bank of Abb evil irs against Wyli Bat Laham and r. F. Morris is. Ants. To the by authority of a decree Oflida the court of common pleas f Ville county in said state maybe above stated Case i Wili offer a at Public outcry at Abbeville s. C., on Sale Day in april068 1909, within the Lejsal hours of w8" following described land to a half that tract or parcel of land Ian lying and being in Abbeville Weltle in the state aforesaid contain one Hundred and gift More or less and bounded by be j. B. Harmon w. To. Chan do Martha Callaham and orb it 1 known As the one half of t a 8 owned by John Callaham Anft c. Callaham. Leb also All that tract c sparce situate lying and being in the my of Abbeville and state azores re Taining thirty acres Ove less in Bordeaux towns and bounded by lands of Mary lel1 Tosh on the North on the Are lands of Frank Harmon ant us South and West by lands ild Harmon. Is terms of i 7 or Ance on a credit of twelve Moi credit portion to Bear inter i 80r rate of 8 per centum per aun r 01 to be secured by the Bond of pm Chaser and a mortgage of the hat which shall provide that in Bdl vices of an attorney Are Nece a the collection thereof the p b0 will pay ten per cent on the the then due. The purchaser m let the option of paying All Cas Chaser to pay for papers and r Ter. E. A Nisi Staier a. It on on master s Sal 9m the state of South a in ,. County of abbe i court of common plea Are Tor the Farmers Bank of abbe i be to plaintiff against Johi log Laham and e. F. Morris Are ants. Or authority of a decree of the court of common pleas it own Ville county in said state the above stated Case i will Sale at Public outcry at Abl h., 8. C., on Sale Day in a a d. 1909, within the Legal Hou ithe following described land 8es All that tract or parcel of Landl lying and being in Abbeville in the state aforesaid co hat one Hundred and gift it More or less and bounded Harmon w. S. Chamberlain Callaham and others being Aoe half interest of John Callaha land bought by himself an Callaham from John a. Harr 3 set off to the said Jofh o. Cat also All that tract or parcel7e situate lying and being in s and county aforesaid contain to six acre8, More or Ber known As the Barrett Plath bounded by the lands of the the w. T. Jennings j. A. Corley. Callaham and others. Terms of a a Ance on a credit of twelve n or. The credit portion to Bear in erg the rate of 8 per centum per 8ee to be secured by Bond of the p or purchasers and a Mortgan the the proviso to san services of an attorney be Neci re the collection thereof be is to a per cent of the amount due Ney s fees. Purchaser or up May have the option of a Cash. Purchaser to pay for a recording. E. E. H armaster a. At the Cameron Bange Cne beat. Will not blow up of them. The l. W. White so Shehee s to sorial Par Vest its a the same old pm a a i Der Eureka hotel with pm commo Dation for his customer 18 prompt service Good Servay. Honable service. Call and see f Shehee the Bate 11 Don t neck it ble i. = Ino Sencin Hooi 3dhd " id the and. They May be a fore run of awful Mal that makes you feel t you Are going to die Are afraid that you a not. A Reay Eureka ked be i Rbce-1 grip capsule in be Are an insurance Poi he against grip and All 1 by # dred ailments. Every Box guarantee or contain no taken by any one. Price 25 cts. For a Box. 575 lat Zizi Izz in Zzz de " or or Only at the Mcmurray drug at f Chines to. Pric08. To the Public _ the firm of r. L. I i Gan s 5 & 10c store Wil Rolina i a a co., Ai l wih l trading Public bigger 1 is. Ever before. We solicit Lecoun show you better than e e -1 3 w Eiena time. Res Sale by or abbe in in the for Sale e c. H., analysis of situate � county id y acres lands of Ibe Laid be tract samples of three by d Wylie drawn by a state inst l of land by the Clemson Coll 5aid�con ing results More or in and our 8-Vi ammonia eds. Mclyn x East by our 8.75-2-2 ammonia of a. Log our 16 per cent acid e Ash Bai you will make no i th8, the tt7 it at the we Are running on q the Pur they Are much above Beser several of our cd Saary in on the Good dry my Chaser. 0 j s amount this year. A have in. Pur. Cording. Anderson pm Andrei Rolina the Power b lie coun v o. Cal defend if you Are thinking e. Line Edine for Dri Sale by � r abbe would be to your and made in the Hill to 3 situate Abbi county i. Y acres contrary to Public policy. By j. D. The will of a or. Duckworth of a Martha recently deceased Bas been proved Bethe one probate judge of Ander Iod. The w in in the Yides generously for the widow Durd Wylie widowhood but stipulates that if son and enters Wedlock that she is to be no 1labam. Bents Clary of Bis estate. The editor of land press and b inner puts All deceased he Aid state on notice that such wills As place along six the re marriage of their widows Are less and offensive to the higher and the Bett ice and of sentiment of the proper thinking estate of but that it la contrary to Public poll Martha therefore unlawful. For this better reason if we Are eve Ash bal jury where such a will is contested w Aon Tbs. Atay in the jury room to the limit of Terest at else break the unnatural and unjust annul Matrimony. No Man has a right Tost or Chaser Tony woman shall be debarred from ire of the and no will that attempts it will Stani iat if the editor is on the jury. Essary in. Pay Teu a big lot of Standard As actor by cents each at Speed s drug Stoi in chasers paints. Osif window Glass Putty i. Oli it Alp. Murl Suo Deco Mura any Tel Yinug ail need in this line can be bad at Speed pers and store la. H a stoves stoves stoves in t be and see them at we sell. The l. A White women s woe 4bbevlll� women Are Fin lops Relief at last. It does seem that women have than a fair share of the ache pains that afflict humanity Ihen to tar keep up must attend to i Tahj Urs 8pite 0f constantly aching bad Ivery a headaches dizzy spells bearing pains they must stoop Over twice Rea 8t00p Means torture. They Musi us and Bend and work with racking and Many echoes from kidney Foer. Kidneys cause More suffering any other Organ of the body the kidneys Well and health is _ rnai stained. Head of a Rem i kidneys Only that helps and cur kidneys and is endorsed by Peon this r8 Griffin 225 Wyga Rgreenwood 8. C., says i Nad Toms of kidney trouble for years complaint would generally Stalfa c a Dull pain in the Small of a Yew soon followed by a languid feeling i was tired and worn out near the time. I was Tolje that Doan s Uey pills were a Good remedy Foi troubles and i procured a Box. Now a great Deal better and Hainer hesitation in saying that r Coidan s kidney Pill to be an exc Ady remedy for kidney hat for Sale by All dealers. Pri cents. Foster Milburn co., by and new York sole agents for the l states. Remember the s take no other. Ii Tori in shaving parlor this enterprising Young a firs class bus ii Thi. Parlours Are at the same old stand old Post office. His prices Are Rig he is getting the business. Shaving 10 Eti hair Cut 25 Els. Or. Dewey is assisted by or. Ter Mecord. These two Gentl make a splendid team and can out work most satisfactory in and unsurpassed in execution. Vij now is the time to plan Beless Spring Barley we have Best seed. S. J. Link. � argan heretofore known As dar1hereafter be known As the it. L. I in a better position to offer the bargains in the lines carried than t your valued patronage and will ver before the buying Power of a \ i Pec full the r. L. Dargan co. Our fertilizers. Ads of our fertilizers have been sector of fertilizers and Analysed Ege authorities with the follow goods analyses 8.69-3.66-3/60. Ted goods analyses 10.43-2.02-2.11. Mayzes 16.87 per cent. Stake in buying our fertilizers Quality. The analyses shows that our guarantee. Stomers have complimented us mechanical condition of our goods Orphate & Oil co., son s. Owen Power of buying a motor or a Wasoin machinery of any kind it Vantage to see or write to % / Seley electric co. Seville so. Don t fail to see us for roofing Pderson is. J. A Mac. Fore the 111 pro m m. So Mccoemick of the he stud c0. S in sense, trotting of stallion r on a wtm8eoi will be at bar to Starke s stables from i a feb. 15th to March 21 sing you s drug the state of South Carolina Home Abbeville county. Probate for letters of admin stration. by j. F. Miller esq., judge of probate. Whereas. R. Stevenson and w. F. Mccord Bave made suit to me to Grant their s looters of of the Petate an effects of r. Do Wood late of Abbeville county. Deceased. These Are therefore to Olte and and Monist i j f Miller ills. A. Judge of probate than Esy boards and shingles Are Backie for numbers. Cover your houses with ei8 Rhinoceros or Walrus roofing. For Sale by s. J. Link. T sr.,. Fine jewelry Back / is shippers. John t. Sloan dead. Col. John t. Sloan sex Lea tenant governor of Saih Carolina died in Roate from Philadelphia to Bis Home in Colombia. He had been a sufferer for sometime and bad gone North for surgical treatment it was thought that be bad rallied sufficiently to undertake the journey Home and Fol friends were hopeful for Bis recovery. Trot. � or. And mrs. W. D. Morrab and their pretty Little daughter beige from Bellvue attended the Bucini at the hotel Friday evening Given by tue Christian Endeavor society. The mate convicts Are Here working the Public highways Auu Are camping in . Ben Brut one of the Clemson Cadet spent the 22ud a Ltd his parents at Buffalo. Miss Martha k. Agin came up from her school saturday resuming Jesle Day. Last a urday was an unusually Baa a Day with our merchants opening liens and it was a regular least Day with Nolb seller and buyer. Mrs. Dessle Presley from Cedar Springs was mrs. Or. J. V. Kiel s pleasant company last week. We Are sorry to Kyoto mrs. Neel s health is very poor. A Strong robust Man claiming to be mute was Here last week Pasang a note to our people to that effect. Some doubt Hie being deaf and Dumo a he was Beard to speak after leaving Bere. And believe him to be a very sued vicious character. Or. A. 11. Wideman or Bradley and mrs. of it. Carmel were to see Tela / Bere a few Days ago. Mrs. J. T. Solomou and daughter miss l in Evv Ere to see or. W. to ii Viu i a Teri Ian. Or. Joe d. Kush i goes 10 Greenwood today was a juror in court this week. The social at the hotel was quite a pleasant flair. The Unile was specially Good. Mrs. W. L. Morrab with Ber mandolin was a great addition a Blob was . urine Gray from Spartanburg was Down loosing alter Bis Couque Sis saturday and yesterday. \ miss Maude Lyon spent last Friday in. Greenwood. There Are Many Bere to attend the burial of or Jay. Mrs. Margaret Kennedy and or. A. Kennedy of due a St Cdr. And mrs. J. 1 Oren an and maj. J. L. Wylte of Verdery mrs. Willie Watson of Woodruff mrs. O. 6. Prentiss mrs. Eddie Jay and miss Dairy Jay of Greenwood or. R. Haddon of Abbeville i and Many others whose names we failed to get. After a Lone illness from a complication of diseases or. T. Jay one of our Best known and most by ably esteemed citizens died Bere Sabbath morning at 1 o clock. For two years Bis Bealts has been gradually falling having pent much of Bis time in Augusta was a Falt Honl Deacon of the a. R. P. Church Bere for More than Twenty years and Well did be manages be of Rob finances. He bad great plans Lor the cur cd which was so dear to Bis heart. But god Bas taken him to that rest that remains to the people of he leaves a widow and two daughters mrs. Lennie Jay Robinson of due West and mrs. Kannler Haddon who has so kindly and patiently nursed blk his religion consisted _ in my King a Happy Home. In Labouring for the of Rob and in giving out from Bis heart an undying Falb in a risen lord. He bad selected be text for his burial service Bis pall bearers both honorary and Active. His old War comrades of whom be was very much attache will follow Bis remains in a body to Lour cemetery today at 2 o clock. The funeral will take place in the in Orch at one o Bis loved ones who mourn Bis loss they sorrow not As others we lab have no theirs is a glory our heritage death where is thy sting grave where is thy beyond be smiling and the weeping with Bis loved ones waiting there be now beholds our King in Bis Beauty a Little negro child living on or. Sam Young s place was burned so to Paddy last thursday it died Sabbath. It was Fibre Yean old and was the son of wince Lyon. Foley s kidney remedy will Core any Cas of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of Medicine. Cores backache and irregularities that if neglected my get a Salt to Bra get s disease or Alabet a c. A. Muford & co. Amos b. Morse co. Lomeala. Abig lol of seed Irish Cobbler red Bliss Early Rose. X Hickory King yellow Dent and Virginia i White Den i Reed Corn. I All kinds fresh Garden Seede Woods and bulk and Pao Ages. Sweet peas and nasturtiums. I will have in a few Days a car of Best Jellico Coal. Belter get what you need to finish up. The season. A Keg of very flue of numbers in brine. A fresh shipment of buckwheat floor just in a Good Stock of barbed and poultry wire and Staples Lor putting up same. The Best Garden plow you Ever saw. Better get one. Corn Oats flour meal Baboon bran to. A Bottom prices. Court news. Court of general sessions for Abbeville county convened at 10 o clock a. M., feb.22, 1909, his Honor judge Aeo. E. Prince presiding. The officers present were solicitor r. A. Cooper stenographer j. K. Aull sheriff c. J. Lyon and clerk j. L. Perrin. On Call of the grand jury the following members answered to their names f Henry Cost Elbert 1 Job Harp j h Bell w r Ellis be Wilson j a Mcllwain pc sauce Taos Stevenson. Newm unit be aimed Geo w Calvert h w Cochran m p Mccalla t h Gordon Jno a Wilson. True ills were found against the following state is. Major to Smtih for murder. State is. 8am Logan Aee Ault and Battery Wlton intent to kill. State is. Jack Stalnaker assault and Batter with intent to Hill. Slate is. Jim Kobi Umon for murder. State is. Rnest Howard Lor murder. Slate is. Siutu Adams Lor murder. Stale is Henry Callahan Lor assault and Battery with attempt to kill. The grand jury at this writing has not finished us examinations of the Bills. The first cae tried was that of the state a Andrew Johnson indicted for murder. Johnson was found guilty of manslaughter with recommendations 01 mercy to lbs court. The Case of the slate is. Ernest Howard Wab next called. Tea jurors in this Esse were. 1. Clinkscales r. D. Lollys. W. F. Vermillion j. G. Gibert g. A. Hannah w. Sutherland j. A. Bone t. F. Uldrick l. Simpson r. N. Taggart s. P. Lorrah c. F. Gilliam. The jury retired at 1 05 o clock. Verdict not guilt. The boys say that Speed s Cinco cigars does really keep a Good taste in your Mouth. Try them and see. Speed s drug store. To Mill bin a time to Nant your House. Be Bure to use Ibe paint the goes the furthest and lasts the s. For Sale Only by Speed s drug store. You can always get what you want in stationery and school books at Speed s drug % store. Don t fall to look Over the new lot of Standar novels just received at Speed s drug store. The Mascit of the s Cinco cigars Huyler s Candy always fresh at Speed s. 3icmiirriy m local. Did you Ever Stop to think Bow your sweetheart would appreciate u Nice Box of steer s Candy As a Valentine i Steere s Candy in red hearts for nothing More acceptable. Just for remembrance,.a Valentine Post card. We have lots of them. New Post card in Many varieties work o1 Art Are they

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