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

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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - March 17, 1909, Abbeville, South CarolinaThe press and Banner by w. A and w. A Bradley Hugh w1lsojj, editor. Abbeville s. / a full shed every wednesday at 82 a la Advance. Wednesday March 17, 1909. Fire at Miller s hotel. Last we Desdy afternoon March 10, about our o clock the Are Bell whose Home is now on top of the opera House observed the Shingler of of the old Miller hotel to be on fire and immediately by its Long Tongue began to give the alarm. The Best tire company on Earth responded in the shortest sort of time. Almost in no time streams of water were directed to the spot where their concentrated efforts would do the most Good. The various remarks of the fire Bell and the great volume of smoke which arose from the burning room Drew to the scene from All parts of the City a great multitude of interested or excited peo pie of every line from snowy White to sooty Someon the prettiest samples of the Best women that the sunlight Ever fell upon were there. Little children came too to see the show. The pretty women were so much admired that they More than equally divided the attention with the fire and the smoke the water and the steam. In Rural towns like this pretty women patronize All interest log shows and a pyrotechnic show is always of interest to everybody hereabouts. For More than an hour the devouring element contended with the watery element for the Mastery Over to be Miller hotel. For a time it was thought that the Are had the Best of the fire company the Flurel company s persistent Effort it came of Victo Rylous and the remains of the hotel May be still seen from the Street. The greater part 01 the shingles were destroyed and some of the rafters were either Burnt or badly charred. The floors up stars and Down stairs were saved while the studding of the Walls is intact. Some mighty Good people generally be of o non Norv fire. Come More or Micro Cave their generous promptings Are seen in their Earnest and vigorous efforts to save property. For instance a Man knocked out a Corner Post that held up the two too Plaza. Another Man came along with a pol axe and knocked Down another Post. Tin third Post was being vigorously attacked with an axe when a bystander with cooler Bead and less excitement called attention to the fact that be was in danger of knocking the Piazza Down when he would kill himself. The cast Iron Coal grates were brought out and carefully landed on the sidewalk. A curious looking piece of crockery we lab teemed to us like a Flower a Blob bad no Flowers in 11.was carefully dropped Over the balusters or the Piazza to the Slot walk. And then began the work of taking qut the window Sash and knocking Down to doors. Some of the doors and some of if Glass in the Sash were successfully placed in 1 4 hrs inf it Roif Baiely dui Laai ii Imp i Oai Cir u All of such articles. One old gentleman who bad seen Many a Are suggested that the chimneys and Pollart might be saved. A suggestion was also made to the effect that the Well could be saved and retailed ont for Post holes for Garden fencer. The stick palings on the lower floor were based by knocking them Over on the sidewalk. The Miller hotel Bas been a land Mark in this town for Many years. The new part of l and the built before the War where we believe its builder we Hughey retailed liquids of a fiery Natare to guests at his hotel and to others when called Pon to relieve the demands of the situation. The main part of the hotel has been there for a time to Whlon the memory of Man Runnett not to the contrary. The Miller hotel Bab been for a greater or a less time abandoned As a hotel and More recently rooms have been rented in it for various purposes. When it was determined to tear Down the old court Bouse two years ago the county officers were furnished quarters in this building and it Bas been Only about five months since the offices were moved into the new Bill Dong. It in said that rats Are taught by instinct to leave a a inking Selp. Because of fear of fire there was anxiety to get the Public property out of the old hotel. The owners of the Stock of merchandise Beau set the dread of fire moved out a Short time ago. The coloured Lodge moved out about a week before the fire. When the fire broke out the building was occupied cd Italy by coloured people who furnished meals and lodging to customers. Besides them the pressing club bad quarters there and we have heard it said we know not by whom that the Are originated in that Quarter. While we have no definite information on the subject yet it seems to us that there is a notable fatality to Bouses occupied by pressing clubs. The Are of the Glenn Ethel hotel we believe originated in the neighbourhood of the pressing club which then had quarters in the wooden part of the building. A part of the Miller hotel bad been Standinger Barb for seventy ave or eighty years. The regrettable part of this Story is that or. Lamar Clinkscales who owns the property bad no. Insurance on it. We understand Bat the timbers of the building that were not destroyed will be used by or. Colfi Scales in building tenant Bouses on his Plantation. And so it is we shall see the last of the old Miller hotel in Abbeville. At one time it was thought that or. Russell stable was in danger. The Are was close enough to or Eakin s dwelling on the East Ysalde of the burning building to make it interesting to him and his family. Beauty on horseback. For a time some of the prettiest girls id town have been giving exhibitions of the most Graceful horseback Riding that we have Ever had in Abbeville. The bad weather on last sunday kept pretty girls and out of review but on the previous sunday we Bear that the re bldg club was out in Force. We missed the sight. If anybody knows of a More Beautiful or a More Graceful vision than pretty girls Riding splendid horses let him please direct our Eye in that direction. Do you know of anything More Lovely or h Ore entrancing than Beautiful women Riding horses that Are proud of their Beau ii Burden Ana we would t have you think that horseback Riding is limited to sunday. Sub is not the Case. We love to see the horseback Riding any Day or every Dayn the week. The sight being so much better and is so much prettier than anything that to can see elsewhere an old Bao Belor always Loews like falling Down right there and then to worship the goddesses that hold the a ins. Births on last thursday March 11, the Stork visited the Home of i. Lewis Ramey of this City presenting him with a Fine boy. On monday the 1mb, the same renowned Bird paid a Call at the Home of or. Harney s brother or. S. L. Ramey presenting him also a Ltd h Cpl Giuld scion Genus Homo. Abbeville wants no �20,1-00 to Hack to be used As a school Bouse but Abbey Lyle does need a school Bouse which is As Good As the City Ball. Including lot sewerage lighting water furniture and heating Abbeville should not be satisfied a Ltd less than a �50,000 or ,000 school by Juse. A preacher out in Ohio said no one could say at what hour death would come. A woman in the congregation died immediately. H \ a mighty Good woman making an investment mrs. A. P. Greene Dot to Long ago Adver-1 used in the medium Bat she was willing to 1 Lake charge of a Young Cair or two. One has had perhaps scores of orphan calves offered to her for her calf Asylum which Asylum is c located in fort Pickens where Burr Clover in Winter and Bermuda grass in summer Are a presumed to make glad the Eye of infant bovines. Mrs. Greene is Young in the cattle raising Industry and if she bad conferred with this editor and if she bad profited by Bis experience the probability is that her Asylum for orphan cattle would never have been opened. She can make More Money and realize More pleasure at less trouble by investing Ber Money in an easter Bat and other things suitable for the Celebration of that important festival id the Christian Calendar. When this editor was a Llytle younger than he is now he conceived the idea that there was great profit in cattle raising. For this 0 reason he started out to make a Small Lor w tune in the cattle business on Norris Creek. With this end in View be bought in one fall inn of no11ip of n.11 sorts and of at Job Siviy us w. All strains of blood. bad be Best Cane w Brake in the neighbourhood he had too the finest grass and the leanest Bushes in All the world. Miles of barbed wire fencing made it Safe that the cattle could be kept at Home. The cattle which he bought and put in Hla enclosure knew what can brakes Green grass and Leafy Bushes were Good for and they being a Little hungry and having nothing else to do in a Little while so changed the face of that pasture with its waving grass and swaying Laue that it was hardly the hitherto inviting pasture. The Hills looked As if they had been lathered and shaved the Bottoms were As clean As the big do Road the Bushes had disappeared and the d Canebrake was stripped and a sight to behold. The cattle at first stripped the leaves from 04 the canes As High As they could reach. As do the Winter progressed they Learned either to 8� climb or to pull Down the canes until there was not a Leaf left in the talc Kealand Best w Canebrake that Ever greeted the Eyd. That do year s experience with the cattle left not a w single Cane. They were All killed by the constant picking of the cattle. Every Bush was Bare of leaves Long before the Winter weather p set in. Re next Spring with the Cane and the Bushes he All killed and grass nowhere to be found we became a Little discouraged. One fifth of the cattle bad died. We sold the rest. On m going to the Oil Mill to Settle the Bill for bulls and meal we Felt As though we w would gladly have Given every Hoof on the a place to Settle that account. We had lost Ai about All that we bad paid for the cattle. We of expected to realize at least one thousand Dol at tars of Clear profit and bad set aside a Good d Trade in which to invest the Money. Ten dollars a head profit was not an unreason v ble expectation. We would now stand a Law suit rather than go into the cattle business m again. If therefore any Reader of the press a and Banner knows of this editor re entering 0t he business of keeping an orphan Asylum for innocent Little calves or opening a bos a Petal for one eyed one horned or tailless to cattle let him please Telegraph us at on exit Pense. P we simply lost All that we Pat into oar first venture. And we shill hereafter Bay All the w cattle that we May need for immediate use p but no More cattle asylums for As. The w Church attendance w by our Friend. Or w. O. Sturkey who we believe has a sort or leaning toward prohibition in this county has an interesting l title h communication in the Mccormick messenger which we copy. R or. Sturkey s piece is All right a a beaut Lully the Church going proclivities of that town. Read it. The main thing which is wrong in the Good brother s Artole is his conclusions or inferences. The fact Ujj would Correct the inferences of or. Sturkey. B the dispensary As far As we have been informed has not been discussed certainly in the most numerous by attended Church in town. Or. Wilson of the presbyterian Church Eso Bews politics. or aches Temperance righteousness and judgment. has done so at Abbeville for nearly a Quarter of a Oen Tury and the per cent of attendance upon his serv Loes exceeds the attendance at another Church. _ by. Wilson has been with us for a much longer time than has any other pastor in town. Taa tors of other congregations come and go but or. Wilson stays with us forever. The methodist can Rob Here has one of the Best congregations in the conference. They Are devout worshippers and Liberal payers � it is the Pioneer Church organization in to 1 town of Abbeville and its influence for Good is not to be measured in words. It is one of 0 the strongholds of methodism. In 1826 Rev. Re James Moore and Bis wife son get to build the first Czuroh in Abbeville and they were successful. Everybody in town worshipped then with the methodists. As the town grew other churches sprang into existence. Tha fenian Enol of Thurnh u7u an off aft of of the methodist cur cd. L he congregation la not Large but we believe the per sent of attendance membership considered is the � highest of any other of Huron. The attendance to on sunday morning being nearly 11 not a quite equal to the number of communicants. W next came the organization of the Baptist or Church with Rev. R. N. Pratt As the prove Moter and organizer. Jacob Miller and mrs be Quarley were pillars of the of Huron at its or a Gani Patlon. Of the last congregation to be organized at jj1 Abbeville was the Asso Olate reformed Church. The Roll of us membership runs up As reported id the minutes of Synod to 84. The average actual attendance at this Church As published in the press and Banner is 58. And it will be not Loed that in those churches which Eso Bew poll los the largest per cent of membership is found on sunday moral Ginthe pews of the holy Temple. We do w not pretend to say that the attendance upon 81 religious services has any relevancy to poll to is but the fast is merely noted so that the e Reader May draw his own conclusion Espee Lally if politicians and preachers sex a change pulpits. A p a old printers. J last week or. J. A. Mil wee As Good a Man tic and As faithful a Printer As you could wish to it so Csc Fullio in Lulu Wuorio Uio Usu Iii mud to of d pc glad to Bee him. A when or. Mil wee had been la town Only a f Short time or. Mart Walters a most interest Ping talker and the Best listener on Earth p Pat in appearance this being or. Walters s of first visit to Abbeville. Or. Walters has u journeyed around Muerb. was Onoe a w Printer and a City clerk in la noon s old of Home Springfield iii., but Sloe the War be has been much of his time to the South. St is 72 and or. Mullwee ,1s 65. Both Good Aad re capable men for business but Zelther knew folo their youth that no Freud is so True As a of Dollar or two. For this reason they separate led themselves Irum due Uriu i inc Jowui. They Are not Rich in this world s goods but to their hearts Are True and they Are sus Cettl a ble to a Little kindness even if the kindness m is but a word. May Good things come to to them in their declining years. To i 8t col. A. J. Sutton of Pendleton is dead. To him is attributed the origin of the red shirt in 1870. At the Cooper Sharp trial for the murder of to of in the hands of the jury. Of the slate audobon society will prosecute by men who shoot at game wardens during the closed season. And now w Lii no Billy expects to run for u. S. Senate in 1911. We. Are overstocked on heavy i groceries bought before the Rise h give us a Call. S. J. Lick a at Church and at was perhaps the wettest Sun that we have bad for a year. Id the dry Long the overhanging Loudi gave oboe i Nal samples of what they were composed h Ilab samples together a Ltd the soft Conrat d of the sidewalk i because of the previous i ins May Bave bad a deterring effect on the Rob goers As Well As upon the number of leers at the poet office. All of the places of or shop As Well As the Posto Floe were open e not attendance at the various churches ii o clock As follow mar.14. M�r.7. Feb.28. Feb 21. A. R. P. Church. 39 55 54 62 Baptist 52 88 97 100 methodist est. At 100 125 103 138 episcopal 20 40 35 presbyterian 185 159 157 170 total 346 467 446 460 or. Chapman says thit there was a my Suntas to the number at the methodist Turbo on the 7th instant. says there Ere 25 More than was report id. Callebs at the p08t0ffice. The caller at the Posto Floe Are recorded follows beginning at nine o clock. Those to went before nine were not mounted. From 9 to 10 o Olock 130 from 10 to 11 o clock 91 from 11 to 12 o olo Clr 44 from 12 to 1 o clock 167 from 1 to 2 o clock 104 from 2 to 3 o clock 68� from 3 to 4 o clock 55 from 4 to 5 o clock 118 from 5 to o clock.122from 6 to 7 o clock .121 3total callers 1010 attendance at cd Rob no doubt reduce. The Amber of caller at the Posto Floe Between Ine and ten o clock and Between eleven and Reive o clock. At any rate the number of Illers at the Poa Toffle was greatest the conclusion of the re Gigious 2/ Irvlie. Between two o clock Aad four. Dock rain fell without intermission and it / Ould seem therefore that the rain As Well As x Avo tonal exercises a quoted Ibe number of ills at your Uncle Samuel s reception Ball 3 r the delivery of mall matter. A the Reader will see that the burches the j it office and other things enable a to Wor 31 away the Monotony of the sundays whose 3urs otherwise might be a Little tiresome. _ Mccormick s Mutual admiration society. We learn that an Antl Abbeville meeting As held one night last week at Mccormick. ,. Be announced subject of the meeting was " it dispensary but it developed that the eakers bad More to say against Abbeville id the dispensary than against the Drunken 3ss and top Long balt. The Georgia prohibition was held up As the try Home in promoting sobriety and exile Neof department. Prohibition Mak s in in Georgia treat Belr animals better id that makes men love Belr wives and Alldren better. One Good and extra pious brother was not in pulsed that the press and Banner was for in dispensary and As a Reasen for Bis the editor of that paper was p i sed to foreign missions. Another Man who was almost too Good to Alk Tuta terrestrial Ball As Long As the is reported to have stated lat the court House and City Ball were built lib liquor profits. It was also said by some one that Abbeville Ould later on tear Down her new Pullo ill legs to build finer ones if the Dispensa was not closed. In this Zeal for Temperance and in Tbs Boly or roof dispensary profits it has been Sugiste privately if not pub Ioly that the a Ultee Softie Mccorm lok school might res their pro rata share of the Dispensa y Folts. One mighty Good Man who la regarded a rec try sincere la reported to have said it was living at Abbeville be would favor. E dispensary. Will Elbe press and Bonner would not a targe any speakers with intentionally mis Al presenting the Faotta yet we think a Public Eaker should inform himself before attempt to enlighten the people non a subject of is Aich he 1b totally ignorant and whose Ite ments Are not Only untrue but Are my siding. Rhe press and Banner would set the people _ their guard against misleading statements a Public speakers whose Zeal May prompt pm to manufacture or to imagine their dts without themselves having real know be of what they Are talking about. sort of certificates can be had a the effects of Oeor Gla prohibition. The Esb and Banner regards records of the Olty urts As perhaps More reliable than any Ber. They cannot be satisfactory to any Al prohibitionist Aud no prohibitionist Lotes recent records. 3eoond.the Good brother who said that i e press and Banner was opposed to foreign is Slons was not surprised that this paper voted the dispensary. If the Good brother c id been careful to Tell the whole truth just it is. Be could have truthfully said that the liter of Thia newspaper la opposed to the up Rearlia of Little borne Mission Oha Robea support the Barren futile and Llalon efforts of missionaries sent to a people to Are totally unable to support a preach even if every one of them was Oon. Irked. This editor is opposed to crush in borne Mission churches to a Mataln i impractical and Al Louary scheme in a reign land. The Good brother had no argue tto sustain the relevancy Between the spen sary and the opposition to Orus blog me missions. far As we Are informed not one liar of dispensary Money has gone into the Alldon Goethe new court Bouse. If the Good robber who made that assertion had taken in trouble to read the Law and to ascertain in facts As pub listed in this newspaper two weeks ago be would not have made the tement. The court Bouse is being paid r by taxation. Some 316,000 or 817,000 Ida vied fall the property of this county Lor Tat purpose last year. We Are not informed to the amount of tax Whigob the Supply Bill the recent legislature imposes Lor our Blic buildings. The profits of the one third to the town one third to aunty for roads and Bridges and one to blvd to in schools. Bat the people Are paying for in court Loose by direct taxation. We take for granted that no preacher in Abbeville aunty would knowingly misrepresent the Nta am to who Llannor nov or and other cause. Or Ibe Mason Bat Public speakers and Sidall preachers should enlighten the peole Adnot deceive them they should a real frets and not Nike Public statements son which the people May not depend and Hloch some of their bearers May know is to tray of truth. convert thinks the schools Tould not have the dispensary Money he is get in saying so. Nobody will knowingly rce that Money on anybody. There Are her people and other schools to which the spen sary Money May go. J this newspaper has jokingly referred to in profits of the dispensary Money going to in for the court Bouse for the reason that so Auy misinformed people persist in making e statement Bloh lacks fast for a is not on purpose however to let a bloc speakers Bosert As a fact unchallenged ate ments which contain not one word of tub. If Oor Pullo speakers shall hereafter Ter absolute and undeniable untruths As to s3 e court House we shall feel called upon to 11 attention to disreputable or rear Hensl e methods. $. 5 ladies Combs Barretts every tides and other hair or a laments at very Low prices St Lere. The b. L. Dargan co. 5 and 10c store. J a Yvo i \ ready to show c up to Date lines Etc., Ever seen ii the times. Silks and Satir i Inch silk foulard in Wisteria be Rose Marot and other new Shade Inch Messaline Black Navy p Maize Wisteria Vieu de Rose a pent $1.25. Inch foulard Helio old Rose Oli Pean 75c and $1. A Inch brocaded Salome silk 50c. Inch Rosco silk 35c. Inch White Satin $1 to $1.25. A Inch Black Satin $1 to $1.25. Inch Black taffeta 75c. 5-Inch Black taffeta $1 and $1.25. Corsets Emo is the Corset for Stout ladies. \ them in All sizes at $3. A also have a full line of american r. & g. And Thompson s Glove $1 to $2.50. Also a splendid Corset on t fail to visit us portable and Yout be Lille hardware Ca j nothing harrows disc harrows 1t Oward guano distributors guaranteed not to clog � forges and Bellows c5 Blacksmith tools. R a galvanized pails tubs and j re thing in the tinware a at saving prices at the a in store. The r. L. Dagan. 5 and 10c store. P \ \ you Don t have to wait. _ to we guarantee the bristles to stay in Mcmurray s guarantee tooth brushes. No delay about getting your Money Back if you Are not satisfied. These brushes Are made for us in Paris in one of the largest bristle factories in the world. Each individual Rush is inspected before it is sent out and we guarantee each one to be per x feet and to please you. The Price of these brushes is Only 25 cents. Vou pay More for ones with. Out a guarantee. Only at the i h to Mcmurray drug co. Enterprise stoves Are fuel vers. Fire backs with a 15 f 1 Jar guarantee. Prices from visa up. The r. I. Dargan co. Cirini and 10c store. On t fall to look Over the Dew lot of just received at Speed s drug ire. Anta Olla window gl888, Putty floor ids. M url Feco Deco Mura any Biog you 3d in this Floe Cao be had at Speed s drug re. Addon be of the most Beautiful of dry goods notions is n this Market at prices to i % f is Wash go Endrede space will not permit us 3 50c. About this line. We ask tha run be see them. They Are beaut ii and ser Able. Zephyr ettes at 8jc. Be and Gingham at Ioc to 12% muslims linens Linen i at prices to suit the most eco nets and 1 we have a Beautiful line for a aking waists and Yoke White Wisteria Heather to at $1.25. V tucked nets in White be have making sleeves and yokes at have you seen the new 1 lady pretty that you wonder How 1 fitting the fringe lace is so entire at 50c. Worth a trip to town to see it 1 and we will try and make at Home while in our Stor w to Nolfi Tsa. Addon pc his is Good ret t gentle Spring ha9 come once More and so have w Ili Zers seed Corn potatoes Garden plows cultivator tutors Cotton planters of which the old Wilson or he Onliest. When you get hold of one of our Scovil roles you can chop More Cotton than the next Man. Lown guano with our one horse Benton or Blue we Riutor. Plows sweeps horse collars and an show More kinds of Hame strings than any Houi of think this is All we have to show you miss it bad nost everything and a few other articles. Just at Bil and then come add see for yourself. Why it is Worth o our place just to see Bow glad we Are to see and Wail ust try it. Mos b. Mors Owen Power Pixi Yuu air i Usu Niue i us Jug a Mut i line engine for driving machinery of a would be to your advantage to see or w in Hill Moseley elect Abbeville s. School Booe tablets pen Ink general school Supply Speed s Ding St risers Bank ar1 ate county and City d president vice presiden Harbison. P. B. Speed. Board of directors f. E. Harrison i Aska j. Dupre r. M. Had Doti w. B. Moore w. Scales c. Gambrell. We a Olio your business Ami arc prepared it safely and . We Are in pos Ion to make you Loans and to pay inter when placed in our a Viii a depart master s Sale. The state of South Carolina if county of of common pleas. My w the Farmers Bank of Abbeville county plaintiff against Wylie c. Call Hamand r. F. Morris defendants. X a by authority of a decree of Sale by the court of common pleas for Abbens Yville county in said state made in the Tolu above stated Case i will offer for Sale j at Public outcry at Abbeville c. inc on ae8dsiy in april a. 1909, within the Legal hours of Sale the following described Laud to wit All �11if that tract or parcel of land situate,&i4ii lying and being in Abbeville county in the state aforesaid containing one Hundred and fifty acres More or less and bounded by lands of j. B. Harmon w. A. Chamberlain Martha Callaham and others and known As the one half of the tract v i \ owned by John Callaham and Wylie c. Callaham. Also All that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the county j of Abbeville and state aforesaid containing thirty acres More or " less in Bordeaux township an bounded by lands of Mary e. Mcl Nottell you much Tosh on the Norih on the East by t von ramp Anh lands of Frank Harmon and on thex you co e a Gouth and we9t by lands of j jul and service of Cash bal / Ance on a credit of twelve months the credit portion to Bear interest at the rate of 8 per centum per Aurum and r to be secured by the Bond or the Pur d Chaner and a mortgage of the premis esies Rogies Etc which shall provide that if of an attorney Are necessary inthe collection thereof the purchaser will pay ten per cent on the amount then due. The purchaser May have the option of paying All Cash. Pur Orr or Chaser to pay for papers and . E. Hill master a. C., 8. Of co lord nets s and sleeves in master s Sale. Ndon Olive Etc the state of South Carolina count fab Neviln a. And Arabia for Couri of common 1 leap $1.25. The Farmers Bank of Abbeville coun7larp? to Icen to plaintiff a artist John o. Cal. It is so Laham and r p morri8j x Eleod he can make it. Ants. K by new that it is by authority of a decree of Sale bythe court of com Jou pleas for Abbeville county in said state made in the above stated Case i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at Abbeville c. H., s. C., on Sale Day in april a. D. 1909, within the Legal hours of Sale the following described land to wit All that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in Abbeville county Vou com a the state aforesaid containing0ne Hundred and fifty acres More or less and bounded by j. D. \ p Harmon w. 8. Chamberlain Martha Callaban and others being the one. Half interest of John Callaban in the land bought by himself and Wytze Callaban from John b. Harmon and set off to the paid John o. Callaban. Also All that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in said state and county aforesaid containing sixty six acres More or Lees and known As the Barrett place and m bounded by the lands of the estate of Vav. T. Jennings j. A. Corley Martha Mcall Abam and of Cash balance on a credit of twelve months. � the credit portion to Bear interest at _ the rate of 8 per centum per annul by a to be secured by Bond of the purchaser a. Coj of g or purchasers and a mortgage of the the proviso that if the e with our Fer services of an attorney be necessary in / a. The collection thereof he is to pay Tea Orubano Mistri per Cen of Toje amount due As actor to planter is Ney s fees. Purchaser or Purchase s or Goose neck May have the option of paying All it is fun to put Cash. Purchaser to pay for papers Anda. Recording. R. E. Hill Rel bar Rowdis master a. C., 8. M of pm and we 1 a wt0kwn Don t fail to 866 u8 for roofing a. We Havel q t t v 1 if this in t so b. D. Lam a walk around. Ongoa. Master s Sale. I""1� Tate South Carolina i county of Abbeville. I court of common pleas. W Vav jux e. Barmore Rasor plaintiff against Nancy Allen Latimer Rasor we. Henry Rasor Ella Maude Rasor Ada Bell Rasor and Katie i or a Gaso r Moore defendants. A j a by authority of a decree of Sale by by Kina it court 0f common pleas for abbe tit to e county in said state made inthe above stated Case i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at Abbeville a h., 8. C., on Sale Day in april a.11 All d. 1909 within the Legal hours of Salei in Vraa the following described Laud to wit All that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in Abbeville county in the state aforesaid containing seventy one and one third 71 j acres More or less and bounded by lauds of w. P. Williamson other or lands of Nancy Allen lands of Jim Maddox Reuben Mcdowell Aud oth . Terms of Sale. One half Cash balance payable one year from Day of "1 Sale. Purchaser to have the option of v1 is pacing All Cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and . E. Hill master a. C., s. Boards and shingles Are Back numbers cover your houses with. Ehi Doleros or Walrus roofing for Sale by a j. Link. The state of South Carolina. Jig. Abbeville county. Probate court citation for letters of and ministration. By j. F. Miller e�q., judge of probate. Whereas p. L. Mcelvey ban made suit to me to Grant him letters of administration of the estate and effects of Mansel Parker late of Abbeville county deceased. These Are therefore to cite and admonish Faauaa v _ Hii and singular the Al died and creditors of la set � g if the sold Mansel Parker deceased that to beep i if i i i by be and appear before me in the court of a if i i. I Al probate to be held at. Abbeville c. H., on 3 b i i ii ii 11 saturday. March 27b, 19011. Alter publication my v asm Mumm Hereof at ii o clock la the Forenoon to show cause if any they have Why the said admin Uhn Nurt a Ftp he . T Given under my hand and Kcal of Ibe court i us Luu v this 4th d a of March in the year if of our lord one thousand nine Hunt answer dred and did and in the 133rd year of american . Dupre. Published on the 10th Day of March t to a 19 j9t in he Banner and on the Ivor. A. Q0ur House door for the time required by p fire Pitt t f Law. J. F. Miller Rennei a judge of probate. To handle now is the time to plan beardless Spring Barley. We hav the est on deposits test seed. S. J. Link. The Mcmurray Drue co. Has a Cream for cleaning Silver that can t be beat. Niagara Cream paste is the Dame. 25 cents la thai Price. None better. Try it

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!