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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - October 27, 1909, Abbeville, South CarolinaP y the Abbeville press and ban Nerby w. W. & w. R. Bradley. Abbeville. 8. A. Wednesday october 27, 1909. Established 1844 h. M Hon. Geo. D. Tillman opinion of Gen. A a Short time ago the press and e published the remarks of senator Tillman made in the constitutional mention of 1895, in reference to the Gen. W. Gary took in the Campai 1876. Further Light is thrown upon question by the following quotation the speech of Hon. George d. Tillon taking the chair to preside Over the meeting held at Edgefield s. C., 01 20th of june 1881, shortly after the of Gen. Gary but what should preserve Gary s Ory fresh and immortal in the Hea our people is what he did for the c and state in 1876 towards throwing o miserable carpet bag tyranny that i trampled us in the dust. Until several weeks after the Elei and not until envy and jealousy a time to do their work no one Ever 1 Gary s right to the Palm of being s the Rupert of the Campaign called in Tion. Gen. Butler s name was the Only sometimes mentioned As being entity Divide the first Honor with him Anc for compels Luo la Ivy Luau 1u ill. Ment he was the Only Leader that Desi to be mentioned at All in such a co Tion. " Jen. Hampton was enthusiastically justly praised for the tact moderation Wisdom with which he managed a before and especially after the ele but what color or pretext of title Woi could Hampton and the other Candi for the state offices have had to places but for the Large and a next majority of thirty three Hundred achy Edgefield Many other conspicuous Leader deservedly extolled for the part they but Gary s policy Gary s example above All Gary s astounding Majori Edgefield obtained by your a Flim and enthusiastic support decided the test in the state. He had always contended the straight out fight would win and As suit Gary was 1oliowed," consulted obeyed almost like a second Pete laconic from Troy. Interesting items from a wide a correspondent yesterday brought the first real or Day and wraps were none too warm u Church goers. Miss Sallie Horton of Bellevue is ing an extended visit with her Sisters Parker and mrs. Conner in Atlanta we Are sorry to know mrs. R. F. Lin is suffering from an attack of Ery Sij or. And mrs. S. P. Morrah two of 1 uses highly esteemed residents we see the families of or. W. W. War Lav or. J. Kennedy last week. There will be a Box party at Robinson Academy next Friday eve the 29th the Young ladies Are ask bring a lunch for two in a Well sealed and will be sold to the Yonng Man gives the most Money. The proceed the evening will go towards buying a map for the school All Are cordially in to attend. A number Oyoung people Surprise it of Mem Brj h a c it. A. Xvuu1uouu Oil 1qu111/, Myu where an enjoyable evening was Spei 22nd. The remains of or. A. Wideman died last week at Bellevue at the Hon his sister mrs. Bettie Wardlaw were led with masonic honors at Buffalo it of which he was a consistent member. Mrs. J. W. Lyon is in Greenwood week to see relatives and also attend county fair. The Lawn party and Oyster Stei Buffalo Academy on last Friday eve was a great Success in every Way. Grove was prettily lighted up with fires and japanese lanterns and r amusements furnished within the it the cake cutting was a special feat which miss Louise Solomon or. O handsomest Young ladies won the a Large Coconut cake which she has special thanks for a plate free. She King our Strong attachment for the Good people of Buffalo. This is Mamie Cromer s school and she is a efficient and popular teacher. On november the 16th, the by source will have its first lecture ii masonic Hall. This is a right mov the up building of the literary Pai Troy. On november the 23rd, the Dii Lodge of k. Of p s will be entertained by Trojan Lodge about 50 Delegate expected and entertainment will be h the Homes of our people who Are Al at the front in hospitality. \ Rev. R. F. Bradley preached at Robinson Academy yesterday of Tern we were misinformed As to or. Reagan scorn Mill it is or. Young All the same or. Reagin is running i machine and repair shop. You. Down a Good Man and whats the i trying. A first class Blacksmith and Mec would do Well by seeing or. W. W. Law Here who has an up to Date shop completed and ready for rent. Rev. Or. Garret of Greenville s. All the pulpit Here in the Baptist i next Sabbath afternoon at 3 o clock. Or. G. A. Hanvey one of Long canes planters was in town this a. Or. J. E. Taggart. Hopewell Chan Farmer sold four Bales of Cotton at Ville saturday bringing him 14 cent Trio to who Murac that Foj Puri in. Lulo in new w Jiuu a Vav Rich in this worlds goods. Lexington grog All gone dispensary Sells the last Dro whiskey on be a tie at Peaksie Rialto the state. Lexington oct. 16. It is Good a whiskey in Lexington. Dispensary Man sold the last half pint of liquor t and there was weeping wailing gnashing of Teeth when the Anno ment was made that there was not a of liquor to be had. About $125 Woi 15 cents Beer and wine is All that i and this will Likely be closed out Earl week. It i6 not known How much Rei in the Peak dispensary but it is sup that there Are Only a few Hundred d Worth of Stock there. To a a Kurt a von it n q or re ii o k1q h cw11ic1c Riuo cub vim we Uva in drunkenness on the streets Toda no doubt to the fact that there was ing to be had to cheer and make n merchants report the largest busing their history and there has been a Money turned Glenn s locals. 8eed Barley Rye and turnip seed at g1 Grans Blades Bay works and Cotton by Glenn s. Cotton picking sacks and sheets on Price baskets at Glenn s. Asp bait roofing and paint the Bei cheapest roofing on the Market at Glei Flower and Fern pots All sizes at Glei housekeeping stoves ? Dargan s. Bellevue Rev. R. F. Bradley and or. S. P. Morrah came Home from Iva saturday where they had been attending the meeting of the second presbytery of the Anner a. R. P. Church or. Morral also made a b. R. Flying trip to Clemson. I con Rev. Or. Hillhouse preached at Lethe part in the afternoon of the third Sabbath in of or. Todd of due West was in Bellevue 1 this thursday night and Friday in the interest from of the Clinton orphanage. In on or. And mrs. W. D. Morrah and children mass and miss Bessie Morrah were in it. Car the Mel Sabbath afternoon calling on the sick death mrs. W. H. Kennedy came Home from Iva monday. Mem or. W. H. Penalis with relatives at its of Plum Little Louise Gerard has been quite of the sick with diphtheria at the Home of her then Uncle or. J. W. Morrah of it. Carmel but we Are glad to learn that she is better at action this writing. I had or. Adam Wideman died on monday award night at ten o clock at the Home of i styled sister mrs. E. Wardlaw. For the past us year he has been in failing health but his friends did not realize that the end was one so near. He was in his seventy first year de to on tuesday afternoon his remains were i can placed by the Side of his beloved wife i judg the cemetery at Buffalo. Funeral services served were conducted by his pastor Rev. Or. Knee Bass of Mccormick. He was buried with masonic honors Many friends and relay and Tive were present at his burial. And the pall bearers from the House were affairs s. P. Morrah w. T. Cowan Harris Horton Tion Harvey Robinson j. U. Wardlaw. W. or Morran after reaching the Church the dates coffin was carried to the grave by the Matherson a messes Young John Wardlaw w. Acted l. Morran in Raae i a. Jie Neay Anu or. Sieved Lane. In his Early manhood or. Wideman was were married to miss Elmore of Greenwood bore she preceded him to the grave several and years. She spent Many years teaching and to in was among the first teachers at Bellevue. Khing or. Wideman was a Man of Faith in i con Christ As he grew weaker in body his Faith grew stronger. Christ was his Only Hope at a and we believe it is Well with him. A re blessed Are the dead which die in the and lord. R the is your family Reading Worth while so much of current Reading is merely entertaining at Best that the question naturally rises is it Worth while your sons and daughters Are bound to read someway Wething. They hunger for stories which take them into the other half of the world of adventure of valor of Fortune Intro ranking. The problem is to give them such a the Reft Ding without putting into their hand the literature that is either silly or de Morlian Alizine the editors of the youth s corny Spanion believe that a periodical can be made entertaining and yet Worth while Odiev and the companion is conducted on that theory. And that is one reason Why More Telle than half a million american families read re to a papers sa6, but not Dull. Its tales v and of adventure illustrate the advantages of fortitude and self Reliance. Its stories of Toje character Lay stress on the truth that right mine conduct is never a new subscriber will find it of Cial advantage to Send at once the $1.75 for Jjo the new 1910 volume. Not Only does he is of it the Beautiful venetian Calendar for new 1910, lithographed in thirteen colors and cited but All the issues of the companion for the remaining weeks of 1909 from the j Jar time the subscription is received.i0caj the youth s companion it on companion building Boston mass. W of Joseph Liddell. Bur lurch former citizen of Abbeville Dies i the Joseph Liddell who was the son of nini7 a Liddell and whose old homethp6tead 8tdl stands near Abbeville died at his Home in Learned Mississippi october Dod 1909 about fifty years ago or. Liddell was to in one Abbeville s boys he married miss a nor Wilson who also was born near abbe u Ville. They moved West where they have i Mir s nce made their wife and a Large family of children dear survive him miss 1 family reunion. Of a mrs. Belle Able had a reunion and birth for Day dinner at her Home near Honea path j on the 22nd inst. It was her 59th of her children and grandchildren were f present. She has six children and Ninel teen grandchildren. C ,. Her brother or. John Edwards and Hisk n i h. 1 i irn u no 1. _ j u2. R Wile Ner Uncle air. Rank a Warus a ruins Wryk son tw0 grandchildren from near Abbea Obville and several of her neighbors were the also present and enjoyed themselves about twelve o clock the table was placed p in the Yard and covered with Many Good hit things to us mrs. Able enjoys Good health does All of to her House work and can pick 120 lbs. Of Asp of Cotton a Jayall enjoyed music from the ,1 Hanie violin and guitar. Yard we 10pe we May a live to see Many More such Happy Days. A Niece. Will ii urch state fair special train. H of. Special train will leave Abbeville at 6 30 a. M., and return it 10 55 p. Connection. With Belton Columbia fair special nov. 3, 5-6 rates he s3.90 round trip with o a or one admission to fair grounds. President Irmer attend the fair nov. 6th. They did t have to change. During the years in which our pure food Laws have been put into effect1 there has been a great hurrying and p 0 scurrying on the part of the food Man lit fact users to change their methods to make them conform to the Law. The Quaker Oats company is a con to 8picuous exception. It was admitted laugh that Quaker Oats was As pure Andi Dav clean As possible and that it was an and Ideal food. Iunce it is so cheap that any one can afr Oxford it and so nourishing that Ever Thor one needs it. The result of last year s next experiments at Yale and other Points gains where values were tested is that posed Quaker Oats has been adopted by Ollars Many persons As their food on which they rely for adding vigor and of muscle and brain. I. Dlr or v _ 1 j Fyk 1 us Pau Uriu 1uuu adj a ecu jul Iuo Aerov re ular size package and in Hermet skin locally sealed tins. The latter Espe Potof daily adapted to hot climates. 4 weddings ? Sterling Silver ? lend Dargan at d the half Dan Sully will be among the visitors at the state fair at Columbia it and cd a Blet to of Standard Only fifty cents each at Speed s drug store. The Masc t of the s Cloo Ilgars housekeeping enamelware ? Dargan s. Arborville notes i Arborville oct. 25,1909. Handy Milwain. Or. John Hardy of Verdery was happily married to miss Maggie Mcllwain of Cen " trial District on the 20th instant at the Bride s Home or. B. Mcllwain. Smith Harbin. Or. John Smith of fair s Bridge Settle m ment and miss Sudie Harbin of Long Cane were United in Matrimony on the 24tninstant at Gilgal Church by the pastor in charge Rev. Wiggins. The Farmers Are having a hard time just now with the Cotton buyers in regard to the nine Yards of bagging Only. A few e years ago the buyers said to the Farmers a wrap up your Cotton better then we can e pay you More for at that time Cotton pc was bringing about eight cents. Now they say we can t pay thirteen cents for bag so but we think we have been dictate pied to about enough by those Little Fellows. In they will be glad to get it with forty Tiv Ards on it before another crop is made of toys How Long would thing last if we were thoroughly organized let the i0 Farmers stick together. Rise up in your Mir it and strength and Sav or. Cotton it buyer you cannot dictate to me any Long there Ever was a time forthe farm a or now is the time. With Only half a crop by we need All we can get Foi this crop. Mar a vet your Cotton slowly and the Victory is i ours. Stick to your Union and fight on till b you have won. To we have just Learned that or. William a Johnson of Greenwood county has lost his b mind. Our sympathy goes out for him. To we wish him a speedy recovery. Is Bazaar at Willington. A Bazaar will be held at the Willington school school House on next Friday night october 29th, for the purpose of raising funds with which to improve and beautify the school property. There will be several Booths at which various sweetmeats and delicacies will be dispensed. Music and other attractions will also be furnished go and the indications Are that the evening will be and enjoyable. G. t a rerun valid cd run t Cihi rebuke the Tongue of the character Difaner. S01 stand up for your friends is a grand motto. Do not stand up with closed lips g and listen to the abuse of those whom you Tilove and respect. It takes courage some 1c times to defend an absent Friend but if he be is a Friend and is believed to be a worthy a Man it is most cowardly to say no word 0 when he is abused in your presence. Is silence is Golden but not in a Case where an St old acquaintance a trusted Comrade a re i spec Ted neighbor a fraternal associate is a being adversely criticised having no Chace to reply. Then is the time to speak Ai out and to make proof of that True Friend a1 ship which is Loyal in season and out of b season Ever counting it a sacred duty to ride end the absent when wrongfully assail in record. 01 after Standard Oil will be prosecuted by the attorney that the Standard m Oil company Sells its goods at differ ent prices in different places. N Columbia oct. 28attorney general a Lyon is gathering affidavits against the 01standard Oil co., in behalf of support of tithe prosecution he will bring by the peo 0j Eles Oil co., of North Augusta which has ranches in Columbia Charleston Green 0j Ville Spartanburg Anderson Denmark a and Edgefield in South Carolina and Atlan r to in Georgia under the new statutes for Tib idding discrimination by charging different prices in different communities for Uthe same commodity. Go it is alleged that the Standard has Cut a prices in a number of South Carolina towns 8 to run out the Peoples Oil co., whose a proprietor is h. Boardman who was 55 years manager for the Standard at augus in Taga. The maximum penalty is $5,000. W _ for. Fig. Cures indigestion s Ai Olive or Cotton seed Oil recommended by atlantean. 01 Atlanta journal. A Jar l. T. Wilkins a Well known citizen of College Park has a care for indigestion e that he wants to give to suffering humanity through the columns of the journal. It is r As follows e take three teaspoonfuls of Olive Oil during each meal. If Olive Oil is too expend w Sive refined Cotton seed Oil will do just As w Well. Drink no water for an hour before 0j or after meals. A or. Wilklis declares that ten years ago the was a physical wreck caused by developed into acute indie Tion and he was Given up to die by several Good doctors. A but i am Well and healthy and Hearty u now and can eat anything i he sex n claims with enthusiasm flow did i learn the cure Well nobody recommended it to me so i reckon you might say it was to begin with an Experiment. But the selection or Olive Oil was prompted by its known Efficacy As an Aid to digestion so it Ai was not altogether a Chance e abstinence from water for an hour before to and after meals is of the utmost import Tance says or. Wilkins. If the stomach Ouis burdened with a Quality of water while i the process of digestion is going on says e he fermentation sets in and the whole i process is c though Well past Middle age or. Evil b Kins is healthy Hale and Hearty a Fine " example of what the simple inexpensive of remedy has done for a dyspeptic wreck. A cd. Indolence and Home. A indolence is an enemy to Home. Some ? men Are too Lazy to provide decent con � be nieces at Home. It is a crime against " the happiness of the Home for a Man to y neglect to provide the Little conveniences that will acid to the Beauty Ana Komi part i i the Home. Say brother take out that old a mildewed Pillow and put in a pane of Glass it is too painful As it is. Climb up Theu and put the bricks on the Chimney where the storm of last Winter blew them off. Put a carpet on the floor and a few " pictures on the Wall. Put some Good books on the shelves and your family a a paper or two to read. Study to make yourself useful and to Rob Home of its bleakness by providing things that add to its Comfort and brightness. Make the children feel that Home is a Paradise in which the thrushes of love Ever sing High up in the Clear Blue sky of the Humble heart and you will have no fear of turning out thieves and harlots in years to 1 n housekeeping o crockery ? e Dargan s. Read Robl. S. Link s advertisement. A school journal to be published. Southern school news to be issued from Colombia. H Jones who has had years of experience will be the editor therr on staff the Southern school news a journal of educational news and Progress is the ame of a monthly publication to be issu1from Columbia. The editor is w. H. Mes the assistant h. L. Forbes and the siness associate is m. S. Jones the inscription rate is $1 per year and the blisters who have had years of expert Cerand other educational work act be Hearty backing of the teachers anthers with the proposed new journal. In the announcement issued the folding statement is made in publishing the Southern school news we expect to fill a Long Felt need in be educational system of South Caroli Naid bordering states. Our Complete siness organization and our wide school officials and teach throughout the South will enable us to Gin with a Magazine which it would be others years to build up. This mag Newill be no Experiment. Plans have in carefully thought out beforehand r its publication and its permanency. Assured. J. Beau Brummel monday night. J Norman Hackett the Young actor who f is succeeded Richard Mansfield in the to e role of Beau Brummel and who will g j seen in this City at the opera House on v of. 1st, is a native of Detroit and still re j tins his Home in that City. His first dip r Ito theatricals was in an Amateur Way c at so Strong was his Bent that the proves t onal career soon attracted him. T he had the judgment unusual in a half i rown boy to realize that the better he b uld equip himself intellectually the bet \ r would be his prospects for succeeding c he first thing to do was to obtain an Edu a Ilion. This he accomplished. It was while b was a student at the University of Mich fan that he met m Lle Rhea the French Jetress whose american career covered veral years. She heard him read and at � Ace offered him a place in her company Young Hackett made his debut As eur c sue in a Situu aug Pivus Vuu t Josephine Napoleonic playoff Histora Tableaux. Since then he has played adding parts in the companies of Louis ime8, e. H. Sothern Julia Marlowe James Neill and Frederick Warde. Last season s classmates was one of the greatest age triumphs of the season and assured 5im a front ranking with the great Amer instars. Or. Hackett s Progress has been sure 3d his achievements rest on a solid comes to the title role in Beau Rummel after a Long and laborious exp Uncein the classics tempered by his work the purely modern role of or. Hackett was a member of the class 98 at the University of Michigan is a Heta Delta Chi Man and one of the round Sof the Lambda Sigma fraternity. The Benefit of change. One of the worst foes of human life is Monotony. The whole human being body id soul rebels against it. After Long ssi Dence in one place the blood begins to in Lufft fishy the appetite fails the Lind becomes Dull and the feelings stupe3d.mind and body act and react upon be another. Every physician recognizes be value of change not Only the change air and diet but change of surroundings As a Medicine for the sick. Change f scene stimulates the mind and heart to Ivity and these reacting on the body use it to greater vitality and Effort un1the whole system is renovated. It is the Mother of a household whose be is chiefly threatened by Monotony tie stays at Home. She is always in the 3u66 seeing the same things hearing the Ime voices doing the same work Day i iter Day with endless regularity. The 1 Amanda upon her time and strength and j Ive and patience Are increasing and the t Onder is she does not break Down More j sequently than is actually the Case. The t it occurs too often and in such cases an i me of prevention is Worth pounds of i Are. I when Mother begins to look hollow eyed 1id weary when she wakes in the morn � to a refreshed to drag through a weary i a then is the time to Send her away if � ily for a Short while. Of course she will 1 eject. There is the sewing to be done 1 be preserves to attend to and besides it to leave the children and Lually impossible to take them with her. 1 on t listen of her objections. She has t cached the Point where she is too exhaust j i to plan and carry out such an under King herself. If she could plan it she t Ould not need it. But let her husband Hom she has served so faithfully or the 1 dest daughter to whom she has Given i or life arrange All matters so she can 1 ave Home with her heart at ease about t be children. Call in some relative or end to help to stay with the Little ones c and Send the dear tired Mother As far r Way from Home As it is possible to get r or away until she is Strong again in i Erves and Bod Leesville news. T Beau Brummel the play which brought Ime and Fortune to Richard Mansfield and the title role of which is acknowledge to be one of the most difficult parts in be theatrical category is being presented Lis year by that popular Young rom talc t actor Norman Hackett. Or. Hackett s j classmates of last season will be Rem j sobered As the Acme of dramatic Art. And criticisms of the leading critics of the Tju try this season pronouncing his Beau i Rummel to be far in Advance of even f the wonderful Subtle Art f c Beau Brummel will admit of but few j Merican actors attempting the part. The run a Nvick onion Niamon we h or ans Iteld played the role comes Only to a Lan who has made a life study of enunciation and the sparkling lines and delicious abandonment of Beau Brutinel can Only c e expressed by those who Hava closely g allowed the Olden Days of the american & Tage. Such actors As Sames o Neill Louis s Ames and e. H. Southern Are the exam i Les from which the studious Young actor a ikes his lessons. Norman Hackett before f entering into Modem drama supported i 11 these stars in addition to seeing service 1 Rith Julia Marlowe and Frederick Warde. I his training is apparent in his perfect t understanding of the role of the highly 1ducated, refined Beau Brummel and i he supporting company reflects the Star s awful Otton Tenn fun Ovorn r1fifcn.il which 1 Oes to make up a perfect interpretation f the classic drama. Beau Brummel is 1 looked for the opera House for november St. I Hurier s Alt the time at Mil re drag store. List your real estate with to. Costs Yon Othling unless a Sale is made. Boat. L. L pfc pm Neulest by ass Stone the kidneys to pass Al poisons from the system. Is Verv Excel 1 set remedy for All kidney trouble. They Arp specially Good in canes of backache urinary a orders Eto. Sold by c. A. Milford & co. I have Calls every Day for lands. What have you to offer Robt. 8. Link. The missionary movement. News and courier there will be held in seventy cities in America conventions under the direction f the protestant laymen s missionary movement which will Endeavor to raise funds wherewith to convert the Heathen world to christianity. The Campaign will e vigorously pressed and led by men of atonal reputation. The object will be to Alse a Quarter of a billion dollars a year or missionary purpose. This is an immense sum almost a million dollars a Day occlusive of sundays and religious holidays there Are Many who believe in foreign missions and who do not believe in an Asl Altin Force. There Are Many who do not believe in foreign missions at All. Christ aught that we should go Forth into All he world and preach the gospel but Yong Forth is quite different from sending Orth. Perhaps if the vast number of speakers who Are to join in this movement would spend a year each in China they would be Able to convert As Many Chinan Enas would a million dollars a Day and Voth just As much probability of their . Speakers who Are Able o get a million dollars a Day out of the american pocketbook which is More than he Federal government was Able to get Beo Rethe War Between the states ought to e Able to talk a Heathen out of superstition. The Washington Post declares that every Leathen who becomes a life Christian costs r aaa urn in r1s\ inf or new a Vul Lui 111d Tutu Koivu to v us Usu audit hat this statement is Correct though it probably is but we shall use it for Pur oses of illustration. At $5,000 a head a nillion dollars would convert 200 Heathen to Hundred Heathen a Day would be 73,000 i year or almost a million in ten years. It would be really a less number than this or there is to be a million dollars a Day Only on week Days and Days that Are not religious holidays. Working on this Pri nipple it is estimated that the world Mig tinally be 6onverted, the Heathen world for about five trillions of dollars. There is scarcely that much material wealth in the world credits and All. It seems like a hopeless task if Money is to be the sole Means of conversion. However the most disappointing feature of it All is the fac that. While All this Money is going into Leathen lands the Church is failing to Nake the gains it should make at Home ind the probability would be that these very Heathen would have to come Over and convert us at the end of a 6core of years. Chere Are probably As Many Heathen in few York City to Day As ther Are in Arabi Aind they could be converted no doubt at Ess Cost. The mormons Are great Belivera in mis Leonary work and they make Many concerts but they do not spend much Mone loing so. The reason for this is that the no lunar Luis work without Nav for the Rood of the cause and the glory of it. A missionary who does that is Apt to be. Food missionary. There have been Many complaints in this country about . No doubt most of them do Rood work but there Are some who do not Chey get their salaries More regularly ban Many of the ministers at Home and iving is cheaper where they Are generally peaking. The new movement recognizes nos by vowing that there have been Many mistakes in the missionary policy of thelast one being no doubt that the different acts worked against each other. Be that is it May they have been very successful n entangling the government and having Var ships sent to their personal Relief. A million dollars a Day would much Good � South Carolina. It would Drain lands Tow a reclaimed and it would cause an Era f Prosperity such As this state has never mown. It would make the the people so prosperous that they would have time Laterzo go themselves and Aid in the conversion f the Heathen. Fart of it should be spent Leteany Way for there Are Many Heathen n the state. That should entitle us to a share. We Are not Apt to get it for it a lot to be supposed that our own Colleg Sleed help when our citizens Are going to rive $20,000 to endow a College in China Charity begins at Home and there Are ways of converting the Heathen which do not Denan huge sums of Money. Rev. W. Keer weds miss ainu t Kennedy. . On oct. 14, Rev. W. Keer of Mooresville n. C., wag married to miss Alma Kennedy of due West. The ceremony Wasle formed by Rev. E. B. Kennedy Assis Edby Rev. I. N. Kennedy. Miss Louise brow tree of due West was maid of Honor and or. R. T. Keer of Mooresville n. Est Man. The 6ongs and instrumental Nusic were furnished by mrs. O. Y. Bonier miss Gertude Brownlee mrs. J. Dribble messes d. S. Edwards m. c. B Williams. Little Misse Hargaret and Martha Hood of Anderson i Tea As ribbon bearers. Little Margareti Loore of Camden Ala. Acted As ring bearer Elev. I. N. Kennedy gave the Bride away rhe parlor was decorated with Garland sad lighted with Small candles. A Veryland Nemo array of Norfi fiends Wall Attar Tipri he popularity of the Bride and Groom. The arty immediately left on the train for Charlotte. After a Stop there they went on o Mooresville the former Home of the Robin. Rev. And mrs Keer will make help future Home in Maury county Tenn. There or. Keer has charge of two churches Large company of friends and Kindred ind a number of out of town people attends the marriage. The Beautiful Ceredo y f Rev. E. B. Kennedy the officiating minister has been the occasion of frequent Marks. A Host of friends unite with the presbyterian in Hearty congratulations Tohe Bride and Groom. Marriage of Rev. A. L. Patterson and miss Fannie. Clark . Rev. A. L. Patterson was married about to weeks ago at Statesville n. C., to Fiss Fannie Clark. Rev. J. H. Pressly performed the ceremony. Bro. Patterson Vas the subject of general congratulation Iline meeting 01 res Oyier. Cromer managed to keep the Date of his marriage rom Nis friends. The presbyterian congratulates i m on winning so excellent a Ady Fortis Bride. Grade crossing must Are ridding themselves if railway Grade crossing. There Are general Laws against them in Only ten Tate. Massachusetts has required their foliation within fifteen years the Road aying 61 per cent the state 26 per cent my tie locality 13 per cent. New York found in 1906 it had 6.793 up rocketed Cross Gsand 1, 940 with Gates or 7, 733 in All. Rhese Are being removed by the state payng35 per cent this City 2 5 per cent and he Railroad 50 per cent. In new York and Brooklyn the City can contract with a rail radon the half and half basis. In Providence it. I., Grade Crossings were Elimina Edby the Road paying two thirds and the Ity one third. Philadelphia now has Nore Grade Crossings than greater new Stork. Kisses Osteal a kiss is natural. To buy one is3tupid. Two girls kissing is a waste of time. To kiss one s sister is proper. To kiss one s wife is an obligation. To kiss a Nelv in Man is . To kiss an Aid faded woman is Devotion. To kiss a Young blushing girl a different thing. To kiss one s Rich aunt is hypocrisy. Kissing three girls on the same Day is kiss one s Mother in Law is a holy sacrifice 600,000 spindles Idle in Spartanburg. Price of Cotton cloth too Low. Many of these plants Are closed Down thousand operatives Are out of work until curtailments Over. Spartanburg oct. 23special to Greenvill news. Nineteen thousand looms and 600,000 spindles in Spartanburg county Are Idle As the result of the decision of the president of the Cotton Mills in this county to curtail the output of their plants. Last night several of the big Mills in the county closed Down indefinitely because of the Low Price of the cloth Market the presidents of the Mill claiming goods cannot be manufactured at the Low Price of cloth and the High Price of Cotton the following Are some of the larger Mills and the number of Bales of Cotton consumed annually. Whitney 20,000 spartan Mill 20,000. Clifton 50,000 Pacolet 50,000 Arkwright i 10,000 Lockhart 40,000, Glendale 50,000. These Mills have for some time been running for five Days each week but last night there was a co plate shut thousand operatives Are Idle As a result of the close Down of the Mills. Cotton Mills in other sections of the state will close Down during next week. The Mill presidents say that they have no idea when operations will be resumed. Everything depends in a Large measure on f the future Price of the cloth Market. If \ there is an Advance in the Price of goods to meet the Price of Cotton it May not be a great while until operations will be resumed. At present however the Mill men say that they cannot afford to pay 13.5 cents for Cotton and sell their goods on a ten cent basis. The difference in the Price of cloth and that of raw material is too j great Ana no my can Stana it. There Are a number of Mille in the state that have orders ahead that they Are compelled to fill and just As soon As they catch up with the orders they will begin to some counties Mills have beg n to curtail among them being the Abbeville Cotton Mill which was one of the first to shut Down. The closing Down of the Cotton Mills has resulted in 17,000 looms and about 671,000 spindles being Idle and has affected several thousand management of the Mills will Seo that the operatives Are Given free House rent while the Mills Are shut Down and will Endeavor to keep the operatives together during the Idle period. It was thought Best to close Down before the hard Winter months set in for had the Mills pot one the losing Down period several weeks the operatives would have been caught by cold weather and a question of fuel and extra supplies would have increase their living expenses and made it hard on them. Movement general. Charlotte. N. A. Oct. 23.on monday some of the largest Mills in the Piedmont 1 Section of the Carolinas will inaugurate 1 one or two weeks curtailment and Are Likely to continue the curtailment for some 1 time. There is a feeling among manufacturers 1 that curtailment having been sanctioned i a Twyln in of Kulm 9 i us Wuria cd ii uni in uni i in Luv uii All that is needed is a Little common sense regulation and judicious supervision no prohibition or denunciation. Most of the j extraordinary craving for pure sugar and j Candy which is supposed to Lead the average child to inevitably founder him self if left to his own Sweet will and a Box of Candy is due to a state of artificial and Normal sugar starvation produced by an insufficient amount of this invaluable food in its regular diet. Children who Are Given plenty of sugar on their Mush bread and butter and puddings a regular allow j Ance of cake and plenty of Sweet fruits Are j almost free from this craze for Candy this tendency to Gorge themselves to surfeit i and can usually be trusted with both the Candy Box and the sugar bowl. Coloured state fair at Batesburg nov. 8. Reduced rates have been granted from All important Points in South Carolina an from Charlotte n. C., Savannah and Augusta,ga., to the negro state fair which meets in Batesburg fair grounds of the White fair association at that place nov. 8. The Outlook this year is for a great fair. About $500 has been Laid aside for payment on premiums. The coloured people who attend the fair will have the privilege of stopping Over in Augusta and Columbia coming and going. Batesburg is Only thirty Miles from Columbia on the Southern railway and about forty Miles from train service bets Voen Augusta and Columbia is All that could be desired. Coloured people who Are coming to the fair should write eve. E. W. Bowen of Bates Burg s. Chairman of the committee of j entertainment. 1 in 1111. Detroit free press father s in his air ship gone to spend the Day looking after Loans Ana Bonds in Europe o or the Way Mother who likes Comfort and does not care to roam is shopping via wireless in Paris at her Home. Brother who in deep seas has a Coral Grove is going in his submarine among his crops to , in the Navy who s left his ship a Span is shooting through pneumatic tubes to join her in Japan. Sister who s a Suffragette has worked reforms so rare that even the Ward meetings they open now with prayer and when tired by her labors 8he d body rest and soul she goes to spend for pleasure a week end at the pole. Lowe Siul happenings of a vim la and about the seven Hilf . Lowndesville oct 1909.saturday evening week ago mrs. Or. Smothers of Anderson came to this place ind the next Day at 4 p. Gave a missionary talk in the Baptist Church which was Uter Estinto the crowd present. Yesterday was a week ago mrs. B. L. Bryan of Columbia 8. C., came up and spent several Days at the Home of her Rotner Hon. J. Ind mrs. J. Lomax went to Anderson on i shopping tour. Mrs. A. Huckabee and male Leila Hoseley went to Anderson. Oar Good won Enand sometimes even our Good me ind it necessary to go to other markets to provide themselves with House furnishings clothing and millinery when they Annot be suited in such like articles of Commerce la this place. Miss Elise Brownlee of ast week with her you san miss Al Louise larger and other friends Here. Mrs. Hattie Todd of Augusta 6a., spent to or three Days last week with relatives $ n this place. Or. J. Ben Kay of Wofford College was with his Home Folk Here for two or three lays ending nights ago Ber. B. W. Humph 1 1 Ries while out enjoying the sport of Possum Hunting lost his Gold watch some Whereon the route some time in . Be was out the next Day and hunted for it ind offered a Reward for it but to Date is still without it and perhaps always will be. Yesterday a week ago As or. Willie Danel was returning from a Day s trip by thlire Road to Elbert county when he reached the Georgia Bank of the Savannah got out / � of his buggy and As he had to wait 1 while for the Flat began to i itch his Thorse. After the horse was a hitched on one Side he jumped Forward and jumped into the Rivern and it being deep at the Landing or. Daniel jumped in to try and save the horse. He had to abandon the idea to save himself and the horse was drowned and the buggy and harness were not gotten out until the next Day. Troupe. Fairfield. We had a killing Frost this morning makes us feel very much like raising Sweet potatoes. Or. B. A. Crawford and 3. A. Young rein the beef Market both buying and Selling Duy to rough to we Ana Seu on saturdays. Or. R. A. Crawford went to see his son Jim on yesterday. , t. Young spent saturday night with his brother or. Cowan Young. Messes. J. A. . And e. Young Are Busy shredding Corn for or. H. B. Blakely near Troy. Or. S. T. Young has had his House beautifully painted since we last wrote. Or. Young is a Fine prosperous Farmer an does Well All he undertakes has six big bogs to kill and milks six. Cows and has twelve smart Loving children All living and9mart. Don t you think Uncle Sam and aunt Sallie ought to be Happy. / some of the handsome Young men Goudiss appointed last Sabbath be said he would rather be surprised any time than Diss appointed we won t Tell n. Or. Allen Walker dined with us saturday. Or. Joe Young is doing Good business his Corn Mill he says he will grind your Corn on saturdays providing he Don t get so much he has to grind saturday night. 1_i a orv/min/1 1 4" inf lev Julic luu11u Lou Ott Guiua us us Uwi eleven o clock but says he will grind wed Nesda Ystrom the first of november. Or. Tommie Young and five of his dear Little Brothers and Sisters spent yesterday Voith us. Mrs. Sallie Young and pretty daughter Mary spent one Day last week at miss Jennie Creswells. Miss Sallie Creswell called to see us yes " Ter Day. Or. J. Bowen went to Abbeville one Lay last week. Rev. R. F. Bradlay called saturday to 5ee miss Jane Creswell who has been very sick. Miss Belle Creswell and mrs. John Mccasl Anand Little Ansel Talbert went to Greenwood monday. Miss Daisy Young give the Young folks peasant time monday night in Honor loftier Cousin or. John Crawford from Georgia. Or. Crawford is a handsome Young Man and am not sure but what his heart will wander Back to Troy. A miss Mary Bowick has been very sic but is better. Or. Richard sign will return to Abbeville or. Richard sign who has been engage Din Railroad business for some years will a Down his position in order to take charge of his father s undertaking bus Ness. Or. Sign has just finished a special course in the Augusta College of embalming and has stood his examination before the state Board. He is now a licensed embalmer having studied every detail of the work thoroughly. Or. J. W. Sign his father has served the Public most acceptably for Many Yea Sand in laying Down the work it is pleasant to know that the Mantle will fall on the 3houlders of the son a splendid painting. Abbeville has a Painter of Talent in the person of or. Armeras. Last wee there was a picture from his Brush on exhibition in a window of the Milford drug company. The work was a copy from an Talian scene and was almost perfection in very detail. The lights and shadows Svere wrought out As by a master hand rhe colouring was also splendidly done. Be picture is Worth seeing

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