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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Abbeville, South CarolinaA the press and Banner Aggro a w. A w. R. Bradley. Editors. Abbeville s. Published every wednesday at 82 a year in Advance. Wednesday sept. 1, 1909. I Tomaine Roi Seming. At the Home of mrs. L. W. White one Day last week quite a number were poisoned by eating something Tomaine. Ice Cream and salads were served. Which produced the Poison is no known. All the family and a number of visitors were made sick. The Home was turned into a Hospital for several Days. Even the servants were made ill. All Bave not yet recovered but Are considered out of danger now. First Cotton for Abbeville. Or. T. P. Quarles bought of or. R. Henry Taggart one Bale of Cotton Grade Good middling weight 01 2 lbs Price 12c. Or. J. Ellis bought of or. P. H. Mccaslin one Bale Grade Good middling weight 45s lbs Price 12c. Baton Rouge minister fills presbyterian 1 Rev. John Marshall Hunter of Baton Rouge la., filled the pulpit in the presbyterian t Church on sunday morn log and eve Long. The sunday morning theme was. The Man Hood of Christ. I or. Hunter has a Fine voice and a very t pleasant address. Those who bad the pleasure of hearing him were Well a eased with 8 him. T i daughters to meet. T the daughters of the confederacy u will meet next tuesday after you a p 5 30 o clock. Mrs. Lucy Thomson " mrs. L. T. Miller president. 11 Secretary. D. Y lumber wanted. � several thousand feet of rough lumber wanted at Onoe. If you have any Tor Sale let us hear from Voo. D Acker building and repair co., is Abbeville a. At Warrenton presbyterian Church. 1 religious services will begin at warred on i presbyterian Church on saturday. Sep. 4th. A the pastor will be assisted by Rev. Or. Green i of Greenwood. 1 buggy and horse for Sale. 11 after september 1st. I will sell a new rubber l tire buggy and the Best or Vlag Mare in the o county. Mare not afraid of automobile. O trains or anything. J. R. Glenn. For Sale or lease. 41 Peven horse farm 5 Miles North of Hodges. 11 terms of Cash balance in 11 three annual payments. It. R. Blast Well due West s. I ascent wanted. G d. W. Cochrane,Laurens,b.c., want a Busty lineman to write Ille insurance for the Jefferso Standard life insurance company of j Ravel go n. C., the strongest and leading life a insurance company in the South. Write him and it will mean Money to you. Address d. W. Cochrane manager Laurens u 8. 3mp automobile to rent automobile to rent at s2 00 per hour. For 61 further information apply to Sam k Conner. Lost. It one Small a. T. O. Fraternity pin set in to pearls and emeralds. Fluder will return same & to postmaster and receive Reward. R m. Haddon & co s store is rapidly filling up with new fall und Winter goods. First shipment of Lades suits Are now open and they Are school outfits do your shopping with us. We have the goods. Or. N. B. Napier of Mcl or Mick. U was in the City for a Short time last a week. U or. Frank Clinkscales went to Elbe Tonon last wednesday on a Hareas Corpus procedure. Kills fleas cures worst Case of manure a y Mange cure. Not poisonous. Full Lin w it u of interest to note the High standing o a a Southern institution. Statistics have Ber prepared that show that the a Tiffert on Standard Lite insurance company of Raleigh n. � c., is one of the strongest insurance Corn panels in America and is stronger in Poropot Tonto its assets surplus and insurance report than any other company was at its be. 11b co Fly b Igo Kly keeps flies off horses and cattle. 25o and 50c. Tall drug at oreo. Lui 0 a wanted. X a bookkeeper and cashier with experience i lady preferred. Write Box %7,3t Abbeville s. 0 clean s local. O seed Barley Rye and turnip seed a Glenn s. grass blasts Bay works and Cotton Scales at Glenn s. Cotton pc Fine sacks Ana sheets one Nan o Price baskets at Glenn s. � Asp Alt roofing and paint the Bent and q cheapest roofing on Ibe Market at Glenn s. Flower and Fern pots All sizes at Glenn s. 1. " w stray cattle impounded. Taken up on my premises one Cream 8 coloured Heifer and of deep red coloured 8 Bull calf. Owner May obtain same by paying 75c in poundage and White. James Frank Clinkscales attorney and counsellor at Law. E Abbeville s. floor City Hall. T Moses Annie Nelson and mis9 Maggie Douglas a Pant a few Days of last week with mits Addie Cason. Or. T. L. Douglas of Clinton was f the guest of or. And mrs. F. 8 Robertson a few Days last week. 1 miss Onie Lee Agnew of Greenwood 1 spent last wednesday night with 1 her Cousin s misses Ira and Maggie $ Douglas. 1 or. �. A. Loden of Toccoa a. Is visiting relatives in this City. T miss Annie Morgan of Piedmont s. Is spending ibis week near the City the guest of Ber Cousin miss Irene Wilson. 1 miss Ada Mcneil of Sharon is visiting re Latles in the City Tbs geared with a hot Iron or scalded by overturned with a by slammed by gun or in any other thing needed at once is Bucklen s Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation Aud kill the pain. It s Earth s supreme healer infallible for-1 boils ulcers fever Soree eczema and piles. 25c. At Speed s drug store. Bead . Link s advertisement. " " iwo f my b 1 i m a i if Tim at Sharon. Interesting speeches by Wideawake men. The school rally held at Sharod on the 2stb instant proved a Success beyond the expectation of those who were most vitally is making for itself an e viable reputation As a Wideawake pushing agress Lve. Neighbourhood. Whatever is Gold Sharon gets it. She is advertising herself to the limit and the fact is going to pay Good dial. Deals. The school meeting held there last Friday was presided Over by our superintend aut of 1 education j. Foster Hammond. Or. Hammond bad an interesting program with players who knew their part. B. M Cheatham the meeting was opened by an address of Welcome offered by prof. B. Cheatham principal of the Baron school. Id the course 31 his remarks or. Cheatham gave a history it the school told of its ups and Downs in an note resting manner. Among those in the life of the school were mentioned or. A Len Mccanty or fames Gilliam or. Dave Gilliam or. J. T. Cheatham and others. Sharon be said was he first District to vote a special school tax n the county outside of Abbeville City. Many boys and girls the speaker added lad gone off to College from this school and i Nany More would go. He attributed the sue i Ess of the Sharon school to the unanimity i f purpose and cooperation on the part of the patrons of the school. They have pulled Oget Ber so to 6peak, and the result la one of be Bett schools in the county. Or. Johnson. The next speaker was or. Johnson of Windrow College. Lie had begun Bis life s work j a Abbeville county As principal of the in Bevelle graded school and was much id o Ere sled in the Success of the Abbeville county � cools. He said that if people Only realized � he importance of schools from an economic tand Point they would have better schools Etter school houses would vote More local a and would make More honest returns of v property for taxation. The doctor stated that the wealth proud g Power of a people depends directly upon heir educational advantages. The educated Ian according to statistics make 91000 per s ear or 340,000 in a life time the uneducated area is. 50 per Day or also Lxi in a lifetime c saving 822,000 to the advantage of the Educ Tilman. This when figured out makes e Chay at school to the Pupil Worth 810.00 the peaker said that it was better to put the _ Tor of the land into the boy than to put he labor of the boy into land As Many men re doing today. He deplored the miserable Ondl Lon of education in South Carolina and Lent one the fact that governor Aycock ranked god for South Carolina because she ept North Carolina from being at the foot of a be list in education. The heaviest Burden j Aat any country can carry is illiteracy. It i sets to be ignorant he stated and proved it y statistics. The fact that the people of South Carolina re a Rural people makes it imperative that tie have Good Rural school. Society states Aat not More than three generations can live i the City before there must be a change the country. The purpose of education the doctor said to prepare one for life not to prepare a Lucent Lor Law Medicine or the Man Btry. Good schools come from Good teachers. No Hool is better than the Tea Ober at the head fit. It la better to have a Good teacher for Short time than to have a poor teacher for Long time. The plan to get Good teachers la pay Good salaries. Brick layers gel 3.00 or Day. The dog Catcher in Washington gets 1500 per year while the school teachers get to. He did not deny that some teachers it More than they Are Worth. Or. Johnson says that women ought to be located because an educated woman will of rear an uneducated family if she can help i i. The doctors speech was full of pith and a ought As were All the speeches made and to e was listened to with closest attention. Tic prof Rembert 1 o professor Rembert prefaced his remarks by it review of what Abbeville county bad done a r the cause of education and mentioned in q lat connection two schools will Englon and t u Cokesbury. Prof. Rembert said that people of Ifould be awakened to an interest in the r tile things that lie about a the Beauty in re Anre act. He showed that the grate is fun ate rest debts in the children. To illustrate w als Point be spoke of a Boule being on fire 0b a query was it de As to whose House it was a or. Smith s. Or. Smith went to see about a again there was a cry or fire and this Meit was the Baptist Church. All the 0h a tests went4to see about it. Lastly there m As a cry of Are from the school House and or very body left their places of business and theut to the school House All were interested to .8 the Home is the heart of the family the in cobol House is the heart of the Community table judged a Community by its school House and not by its churches. W Many men do not Klee to schools because t c key Are afraid that their neighbors May be to in felted thereby. Whatever helps a Nelub. 0t r helps the individual. There is an economic valuation to be placed a schools. The strongest asset that a com. Lunty possesses la in its school. There should be a Community of interest i our if Orts. Narrowness is our greatest Heck to Progress. There should be a breadth a f interest. We should do All we Oan to put ourselves in touch with the Harmony opt Realton and to do it we must broaden ourt1 bowled Peaua enlarge our sympathies the brains of men go into business but the la Rains of women go into schools and Homes. Ilea in the women and Settle forever the question of compulsory education. 111 a licence and Freedom Are confused in the a kinds of Many men. They think that they w rant Freedom when they want Llense. W the speaker urged that Good books and 00 Ood papers fall into the hands of the Boyt n and girls. Unless Good books and papers Are a Iven them the time will come when bad ook8 and papers May reach them and the w result will be disastrous. He mentioned an of instance of a boy whose whole life was banged by the Reading of a Book. The boy 10 Yas induced to go to College through this o1 not Ruroden tally and while he received no Ai encouragement or help of any kind from 83 lome but rather discouragement yet he i worked his Way through and now is helping e Lis Brothers and Sisters through who other Vise would never have had an education. Hon. W Nickleson. Is two of the most serious defects of our Ali cobol system were Ducus sed by or. Nickle ution the salaries paid teachers and length of Erms. Men and women spend years and such Money in preparing themselves to a each and then receive the puny salary of 2s9 per year As wages. Men Are not to be a blamed Lor wishing to Dodge teaching As a profession. While a few teachers Are getting d More than they Are Worth the great majority ire being under paid for their services. One trouble with us is that we As have lost sight of our responsibility. We expect the stale now to do it All. The state t never intended such a thing. The state does q not say that the individual shall not help. E it Only provides to help the weak. To appreciate thing one must pay for it. We do to Dot appreciate our schools because we do not of pay for them. F Une speaker menu Neu due Oil Wuhu Gifu school id the course of Bis remarks and held it up As a Model. There Are too Many schools now to the country. What we need is consolidation of schools so that we Oan have better schools. The question of education is the most important in the state today. Miss Mamye Cromer the next speaker introduced by or. Bam a \ do you k store a great discount Sale of we Are going to a a our store for the nex greater discount and of Han the average buy at come to our store a be have to unload our s peeks for our Benefit Anc Tock of dry goods not Annot mention and Espe always make our f Ahat s our Cash e yellow from my. I Ond was miss Mamye Cromer of Newberry. Iss Cromer is the president of the Abbeville unto Rural school improvement ass Cir n. Q the coarse of Ber remarks she pointed out me of the defects of on county schools be houses Are too Small the beating a gement Sare often poor ventilation bad some cases there Are shatters instead of kinds often the schools have no globes poor ack boards act. Be school grounds should be improved by moving All stumps add sodding in grass d planting Flowers. The Rural people live 311 at borne and the place were their la darn their greatest asset spend so much be the school Bouse should be As Comfort ideas the Home. Be school Hoase will Tell on the child s Iara oter in the future. The speaker made Emlon of the thirty prizes offered for the latest improvement in Rural schools during room Longyear. Five prizes ol$100 each and Enty five prizes of 350 each. Each school the county should Endeavor to win one of iese prizes. Ide county schools ought to be consolidated Bere it la Poss Lole. Sixty pupils can be taught in one building than in pm along pm in four build legs separated from each her. Hon w n Graydon. The last speaker introduced was Hon. . Among some of the things r. Graydon said a re that the present Camil gnaws not a political one but am tier of Irlo Elsm and that every Man who is Trio tic ought to take a band in the fight in influence for Good started this year will looked to As the year of Awakening educational matter in gout Carolina. Our trouble is on Lack of interest we need spa ration. \ e have the greatest percent of literacy. Our greatest curse is our speaker mentioned a Case in court Bere be bad Lour White witnesses three of Blob could not sign their names and had to Ake a Cross Mark. In the same Case was a Gro witness who signed his name easily in very legible hand. Thyl v la in nor Shn Moro Nyrl e cannot a gift it. A Little self a orifice on in part will give us Good schools. The speaker Bald that be would be ashamed own that the negro would usurp the place the White Man. There la nothing in the Gurment that negro would be educated by a Stem of compulsory education. If Tea eople of the state Are ready Lor compulsory Luc Atlon we owe it to our neighbors to see lat they do not grow up in Len Orange. The Alldren of our Community Are oar wards oth in Law and . The Community Asi Hexame right to Bay to a pan that be my not let Bis Obold grow up in a Gorance iat it has to make that Man to cease child with a stick a Man can by along without a Strong body Bat be can of get along without a healthy waa cited As an example. Or. Tir Aydon advocates a new school Law. Be should have a state school commission Lade up of a Roan from each congressional strict. The entire school machinery of the state should be placed into the bands of this omm Labion. The members of the be paid sufficient salaries As t Parrant them in devoting All their time to be work. This commission Conid then rec Amend such legislation la As it deemed Elmo 1rv Tarwo it would be the duty of Tbs commission 0 pais on the qualifications of candidates or the of face of superintendents of a cools or the different counties. As it is the preen school Law is like a crazy quilt a Patch Rork of conflicting regulations made from 1 me to time. The whole should a revised. Girls teach now in order to get married and men teach in order to study Law Medicine in the ministry. Or. Waddell was an the teacher taught to Teabo ind for no other purpose. Taxes Are a Mere Bagatelle. Years ago iia Mii How to tvs and get b Opp Ortu / f 15 per cent Fie a discount Sale of 15 t ten Days with except course groceries at be a greater discount. And see for yourself the or Stock As we now have a 1 also our customers. Ions hats millinery Ani scially a general Racket. Store your Headquarters yours to please or Mone Jar Gaii it. To men paid 40 per year tuition in the Rural schools now they grumble if they have to pay six or seven dollars per year. Sharon ought to have a High school she now has the Foar Mill tax and with very let Ali work Oouida get a Hight school for the the Lablab school Sharon s Boyi and girls could go Forth to enter any College in the state. He cited the affect that tic Antreville Ulab school my bad on bal comm Unity. Our children Are our greatest beset nothing else can compare in value to them. Rices can and do take wings and Fly away bin education once imparted stays forever i Well Spring of satisfaction and a Joy Thongt the whole of life. The peaches were listened to with closes attention. About 500 people were present ant All old and Yonng enjoyed the Day. Then was a recess of one born when one of the Bee dinner Ever nerved in the Donn to was Erve the in Bolo. There be Good Cooks in Baron. Laconic from Troy. Interesting items from t wide awake correspondent. Miss Jose Doris who was been a pleasant Boarder at the Park House for two months re in Ned to her Home in aug Sta saturday. Miss Saullo Martin of Harrisburg Coo Man led by Ber Nephew or. Willie Harris o Abbeville spent a Day As pleasant visitors it the borne of or. J. 8. Harris and family 1m thursday. Mesa male Ball of Lown Deaville and quite i pretty Young lady. Is spending some Umi with Ber aunt mrs j. F. Clinkscales. Or. Willie Lyon of Abbeville can now b found in the Troy pharmacy and will b pleased to compound your drugs and ets. Mrs. W. Cuddy returned to Ber Home a Bellevue saturday after several Day spec with her daughter mra at Dors Ville. Or. George Stelle of Bradley met Watt painful if not fatal Accident there iat thursday be waa in a Wagon loaded with Stool for the saw Mill and in some Way be fell of and in Tome Way fell off and a heavy leg fall Long on blk breaking one leg in two Pla Oei and considerably bruising blk. We Hope i will soon be himself again dra. Fuller or my comte and p. G. Nell of Greenwood Alao or Sturkey of this place were with him in to Abo use of Bradley phys olans. Or. J. W. Bradley after a few weeks Here and there in Virginia and other places Eai now be found in the Bank. Miss Lily Bradley of Mccormich was Nisi Monde Lyon s pleasant company last week. The Baptist closed a Lerlena of meetings Hen thursday evening with the Oral Nanna of Bap Elsm Good Armona splendid singing and Flani con get Galona. Rev. Mcmanaway of Green Ville and Rev. 8. R. Bass of of Mccorm lok do the preaching. We voice the sentiment of Al in giving these Brethren a Happy Welcome t Troy again. Misses Lou and Rosella Talbert. Of Buffalo were the attractive guest of mra Julia let Ali during the Baptist meeting mrs w. H. Kennedy entertained Moat plea Antly Wen Day evening complementary t the visiting Young ladles. Wedding Bells Are chiming and Ere Tai Layuno half Fin a fall to intr Arill or Vann with regrets one of Ber substantial daughters. O wednesday of this week miss tools Solo mans will open Ber Masio class at to Cormack. This is Ber third term which atom proves their appreciation of her work. A. E. P. Wideman of the Charlotte observer Down to sea Bis Dole or. W. F Wideman and family on Long cans. Miss sidle Palmer is from a pleasant visit with or Warren Adams family Nea Greenwood. The dust and hot weather is almost in tolerable. Or. Joe Leard will be glad to see Yon at by ton Oral establishment on wednesdays am saturdays where he will give Yon a Fine Hal oat or Sham poo. Mrs 8. P. Morrab of Bellvue with he pleasant boarders misses Fannie and Vic Lorla Noweli of Barleston were guests of or j. Kennedy Friday at Eden Hall. Last no get at 11 Clook at Bradley mis Mattle White from near Here was married v or. Frank Pinson of Winter seat Rev. Gard Ner officiating when cupid leaves Bis Arron the next in the programme is congratulation mrs Mark Bradley of Clemson will Msj week give a House party to 20 of her Lettl Nelomes and cousins a merry time is in Stopfor them All. A. See me about a life insurance Polly a member i represent the equitable the Strong est in the world. Robt. 8 link. St. 0--,. % a 4 a c the at our Jne flt of cities r next 10 Days. Per cent on everything Ion of some values at 2 Ime prices which is less eat opportunities we offer. Buyer off for about two 3e is there to buy a Large a j a a great Many mugs it 5 and always be pleased y i store Unity Street. / master s Sale. The state of South Carolina i county of Abbeville. Court of common pleas. Or. Sallie Cade As executrix o the estate of 8. R. Cade deceased against j. B. Harmon it Al. By authority of a decree of Sale a the court of common pleas for abbe t Ville county in said state made ii i the above stated Case i will offer of i Sale at Public outcry at Abbeville c h., s. C., on Sale Day in sept., a t d. 1909, within the Legal hours o i Sale the following described land t 3 wit All that tract or parcel of Lam i situate lying and being in Abbeville i county in the state aforesaid con Taining two Hundred Andrev Enty one 271 acres More Orlesco and bounded by estate of j. A. Giber on North East by mrs. S. E. Moragn South by the Newby place s. A. My i i Tosh and Bouchillon a known As the Home place. Also All that other tract or parcel Cland in the county and state Afore said containing one hundre1 t and forty four 144 acres More or less bounded by lands of i. 8. T. Cade on the North East by b f of. a. T a4 111. Uruu Ullius. Dubu us Xuy Oilau o. I Gibert and West by the visans place. � terms of . Purchaser t 1 pay for papers. T r. E. Hill master a. t 8. T estate of a w. Sutherland. I notice of settlement and apply cation r for final take Otloe that of the 20th Day of sept 3 1909, 1 will Render a final too font of a. Too Santa and doing a administrator of to estate of 3 w. Sutherland deceased in to office of judge of probate for Abbeville Conz to at 10 o clock a. M., and on the same a will apply for final discharge from my True 3 As such persons Baving demands against Sal i estate will present them for payment on before that Day proven and authenticated o 6 be forever barred. T. Sutherland 5administrator. I we have just gotten in of 5 third shipment this season o g lightning and blizzard Ici. Cream freezers. There is i j reason. The b. L. Dargan co � Seaboard schedule. S no. 83 due 13.81 p. Southbound Veit Lenl no. 52 Dae 19.46 p. Northbound local. B no. 53 Doe 8.16 p. Southbound local. No. 32 due p. Northbound Veat Buli no. 37 due 288 . Bout bound night ral. No. 36 one 2.43 a. North bound night tra University of sooth Carolina j schools of arts science education r Law engineering Ana urea rate studies. Ten different courses leading to to degrees of a. B. And b. 8. Colleg 0 Feea room and Light $66. Board $1 per month. Tuition remitted in to r Ciai cases. Forty two scholarships each wort e $100 in Cash and free tuition. 6 for catalogue address. Mitchell Prest. Columbia s. T l glean your kid and of Aarau Shom with a oui is Ohui Cool i ing an i h y i you can rent one in for $1 per month i l-2c an hour. Ind electric Plant i. Minnino 1 keep i by us electric a and run it for Only Abbeville water j when c time cd. L i remember that the b Oil Mill Ginnery. Purin our gins in excellent shape j give the Farmer a Good Tui j j pie and a Well wrapped b j the time except when to k a we will Gin your last Bale i Cotton is � when you have Cotta a \ to us. We Are always i i year round. Our Scales with u. S. Standard Weigl Abbeville Oil it is getting full for sum w we have some very attractive very Best Coal so give us a Call be hard Coal and Coke dry Pine stove we we have a Supply of Good dry a one horse Load. We have just received a big at special prices on quantities if to Mamm a Nua Tuua a Tuovi Amos b. T flaw found in the Law How much whiskey does it Lake to r intoxicants h r one Section of recent act May cause trouble if it is Ever tested in if x the courts. � Columbia Jane 28.there is one Section of the it pawed at the last sea Lon of the e general aaa Embly in reference to tha Sale of whiskey the two Weka of prohibition and the election a Blob will be held in the wet noun Tea of the at Ateon the third tues Day in Auguat a Blob la Likely to give some ,1 trouble.1 Many Are wondering if the following part of dec ton 1 of the act Ean be enforced and Beiber it la Poa Albe to have prohibition in i Tala state if the letter of the act la followed ii ont the following la the dec ton. That it Ball be unlawful for any Perann. Firm Cor up oration or a enforced. There Are Many others of this same y it the act will Tuke effect on the first tuesday in August Aud the election will be held 11 on the third tuesday in the counties having to dispensaries r following is the not Section 1. Bell enacted by the general Assembly of the state of South Carolina that All alcoholic liquors and beverages either manufactured in this state or elsewhere or _ any mixture by whatsoever name called a Boob if drunk to excess will produce hereby declared detrimental and their use and consumption to be against the morals Good health and safety of the " state and contraband. That it shall de unlawful for any person firm corporation or association within this state to manufacture sell barter exo Bange Reo Elve give away to induce Trade deliver store away to induce Trade deliver store keep in Possession in Tbs state furnish at Publio places or otherwise dispose of any spirituous malt a Lulious e fermented brewed or other liquors and beverages or any compound or mixture there of which contains Alo Obol and is used As a �. Hoo amoo ont Wiloh if a trunk to Moom will n pro Dooe intoxication except As hereafter d provided. The act fut Bei provides in part that whole Sale druggists May lawfully sell la wholes be quantities to retail druggist and to Public or charitable hospitals or medical or pharmaceutical College and in no other Way up e alcohol Lor medical purposes Only that any retail drug Ness whose place of business is located la any of the incorporated towns state who is himself a regular licensed pharmacist or who regularly employs a registered or la sensed pharma Olst May sell in the manner herein set out a upon filing a Bond in the sum of 85 tone that no Sale of pure alcohol Lor med q Ideal purposes shall be made by any retail Drog Glat except upon the prescription of a regular physician of this state that to prescription shall de filled except upon u the Day upon which it is issued or on the following Day that Ady retail druggist whose Platoe of business is located in any of the incorporated towns or cities of the state May lawfully sell alcohol in qua titles not greater than 5 Gallons to be used in the Arto for silent Flo or mechanical purposes that it shall be unlawful to sell wine for Sao ramen Tal purposes except to a minister pastor priest or regularly sons tuned officers of a / k Mes est ginning is done by the \ \ i the summer we have put j \ i and we Are now ready to j n out in lint a Good Sam j ale. Our Ginnery runs All i be Cotton is very wet and j As Well As your first. J � eeds 1 m seed to sell bring them ? n the Market for seed the # Are accurate being tested � it i Mill Ginnery j i late to contract Mer Coal. " prices yet and a Good lot of the Ore it is too late. We also handle Tod Pine Wood split for stove at $1 for i v Ock of grates All kinds and prices. U Are building and want to fit no Morse co. Regularly Organ red religion congregation or cd orb that All statement or prescription required by this act to be filed in the Offlie of the clerk of court shall a recorded and properly indexed by him in a Book kept for that purpose Wohleb shall at All times be open or Public inspection that in addition to the repulse menu Hereinbefore prescribed All la sensed and registered druggists Selling m alcohol by prescription shall keep a re Cord thereof that nothing in this act shall prevent the Sale of Wood or denatured alcohol. That any person who violates any of the provisions of this act shall be Gnu Ltd of a Misdemeanour. That any druggist or physician who Vlosia Tesla any Way the proves Lea of this Aotis Ball in addition to the punishment herein provided have their Lodense re1voted for a period of not More than 1 year Lur Vou sub uni lust Luwi Tautui us u1v the indictment prosecution and conv lotion of any person who Baa been guilty of the violation of the present criminal Law relating to the dispensary or inn Osbment therefor a now provided by Law for offence heretofore committed this not shall Lake Effee Toa the first tuesday in. August provided that in the of uncles then having do pens rules an elect Lon Sbal be Beld on the to blvd tuesday in angst 1909, for the purpose of determining whether the dispensaries located therein shall be reopened and so b elect Lon in each of said counties shall be Beld and conducted by the same officers and under the roles and regulations provided by Law for general snob election the county Small at each voting or Elnet therein provide one Ballet Box in Blob the ballots most be cast in Case an election As herein provided Small result in fever of the Sale of liquors and Verogers. The dispensaries in each county to voting Small be reopened. Approved the 2d of Marob a. D. 1909. List your property with us. We can Flea buyer for you. If we do rot it will Cost you nothing i Beeville ins and Trust co. J. S. Stark pres. J. E. Mcdavid Sec. Phone 118 and i wish i was a Skeeter. By a at in n. Y. Journal i wish i was a Skeeter a winging stinging singing t Young and if i was a Skeeter i d make some trips to Cherry lips to capture sips i d be a wild repeater. I wish i was a Skeeter for then i wis i d steal that kiss which a Sweet miss withholds Tho i entreat her. And if i was a Skeeter and she perhaps Horn a a Alan jul � v univ m i d die old Chap but death id any form at her dear hands would be most exquisite Bliss Cut it out. The Sun s made you . Always looking to your interests. Call and see me at Adco As i have two neat oot Tagee near Public Square to dispose or at a sacrifice. Three sales of dwellings have recently been made in the Olty to new Comers and the Supply is running Short. Can sell you a number of vacant lots but unless you apply Early cannot fill your Bill for improved properly. Not a vacant dwelling in the City and the Supply is not equal to demands so you bad Best look after the two cottages men honed. E. Boiling Worth. List your real estate with me. Costa you nothing unless a Sale is made. Robt. L. Link first lot of Zach Mcgee s dark Corner sold out. Second lot lust arrived. Read it by All Means. Only one Dollar at Speed s drag store. To

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