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There will be an entertainment at
the school auditorium Friday, Dec.
3rd, consisting of readings, vocal
and instrumental music. The Civic
League will sell candy and refreshments.
Admission one dime.
We are glad to report that the
condition of Dr. R. J. Talbert is
Mrs. Hal Harmon and children are
visiting relatives at Fountain Inn.
Miss Ruby Anderson, from Calhoun
Falls, spent the week-end here
with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J.
. F. Anderson.
Mr. Rob Fooshe of Greenwood, |
now has a position with the J. Jb'.
Fooshe Furniture Store.
Miss Fannie Kate Marsh has returned
to her home here, after an
extended visit to reltives and friends
in Augusta, Batesburg and Columbia.
Miss Dewey Rheney, of Leesville,
is spending several days here with
Miss Jessie Hawley of Parksville,
a is spending some time here with Miss
r x Fannie Kate Marsh.
Mr. Heyward Smith visited Batesburg
Mr. S. T. MCcracken, of Augusta, J
spent last night and today here at
the home of his father, Mr. J. E.
McCracken, who is now able to be
Miss Ruth Moore, of Greenwood,
+Viq. here with her'
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I aunt, Mrs. M. L. B. Sturkey.
Mrs. McElmurray and children, of
Beech Island, spent several days
last week at the home of her sister,
Mrs. J. S. Strom.
Miss Rosa McCracken, of Augusta,
is visiting her father, Mr. J. E. McCracken.
Mrs. T. E. Dennard and children,
6pent Friday at Willington.
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Due West, S. C., Nov. 29.?Drs.
W. L. Pressly and R. H. Brice went
to Atlanta on Thanksgiving Day to
, witness the football game between
the Georgia Techs ana Auburn. They j
both say it was great.
Mrs. John Pressly and children
will return today from Kanapolis, I
N. C., where they have been spending
Mr. S. C. Johnson spent Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Smith, of
Verdery, spent Thanksgiving with
Mrs. Smith's parents, at the Due
Messrs W. K. McGill, J. L. Bigham
and W. S. Reid, alumni of Erskine;
Messrs J. B. McGill, T. J.
Balton and Miss Ruth Williams, former
students, were visitors on Erskine
campus last week.
"Turkey Day" in Erskine dormitory
has come and gone again. The
fine turkey dinner was something
long to be remembered.
Erskine foot ball team played
Horner on Erskine grounds on
Thanksgiving Day. This game
closed the Erskine season. The
score was a tie?6 to 6. Interest
and enthusiasm ran high throughout
the game. Nothing like it has ever
been played on our grounds. This
was Erskine's first year in foot ball,
but she has shown that she has the
"stuff" to put out a winner next
At the Student body meeting Saturday
morning, a purse of $25 was
presented to Coach Lamott, as a
token of appreciation and love the
students all have for him. Many
speeches of regret on account of
his leaving were made. He won the
heart of every man in college while
here. Mr. Lamott left Saturday
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to work with the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium.
Lamott stands for gentUmanliness
Again the boys of Erskine were
forced to forget their troubles and
give themselves up to a happy two
hours by the Wiley Home girls, who
closed the pleasures of Thanksgiving
with the "memorable mirth of
a Mylie Soiree."
Messrs Monte McDaniel and C.
M. Boyd were elected to represent
the Philomathaen Literary Society
as Sophomore deciaimers in the
There is so much good material in
eome men that they can't help making
fools of themselves.
Some men think that a luxurious
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Rev. Robertson and wife, Miss
Mamie and Mr Sam Bowen, motored u
to the city of Anderson Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wakefield v
were in Anderson Monday. a
Mrs. Norris Wakefield and son,
Sam, Miss Esther Bowen, and Mr. S
Marvin Patterson were visitors to J
Anderson Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Erwin, son r
Thomas, and Mrs. A. M. Erwin were
in Anderson Monday. v
Rev. Robertson left on Tuesday to b
attend the meeting of Conference at
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erwin, and I
three little daughters came Tuesday t
for a visit to relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wistar Williams and s
daughter and son, came Thanks- I
giving and returned Friday.
Misses Herron and Mfery Ander- (
son spent the week-end near Town- "]
ville, with Miss Joan Broyles.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook and two sons, (
of Lowndesville, spent Saturday at I
Mr. S. J. Wakefield's.
Mr. A. M. Erwin and Dr Anderson J
were business visitors at Abbeville \
Mrs. Enoch McCarter entertained j
'Friday evening in honor of her
guests of Greenville. ?
I The evening of Thanksgiving was ?
much enjoyed and quite a success at t
the Antreville School Auditorium.
The Woman's Missionary Society r
of Shiloh, met at the parsonage Sat- 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Erwin and c
sons, Henry and Albert, worshipped t
at the Presbyterian church at Iva
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bosler and
tV.^i/3-t.on "qtiH Mr. and Mrs. ?T. <
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M. McKellar of the city, spent 1
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. W. <
Misses Linnie and Nina and Viola i
Beauford were shopping in the city i
Saturday and dined with Mr. and (
Mrs. J. M. McKellar.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of i
Lowndesville, spent Monday with Mr I
and Mrs. J. A. Ellis.
Mr. Julius King was a visitor to I
the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beauford and t
childrert," of the city, spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Beauford.
Mr. ^nd Mrs. Preston Bosler of c
Watts, spent the week-end with Mr. r
and Mrs. W. S. Bosler. t
Mrs. Bob King and Miss Lola King
spent Wednesday in the city with
Mr. and Mrs. Charley King.
Mr. R. H. Stevenson was a busi-1
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IlCdd ViOitVl vvr vnv v.wj v .
Misses Allie and Clara Beauford
spent the week-end in the city with ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McKellar and attended
service at the A. R. P. church
Sunday morning. ,
Mr. L. F. Finley and daughters, *
Misses Eva and Estelle, attended ser- \
vice at Beulah Sunday.
We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Earl x
Stewart back to the community. ?
Mr. Arthur Botts was a visitor to ?
the city Saturday.
Mr. L. 0. Beauford and son, Wil- ,
lie, and little daughter, of Bethia, I
and Mr. J. D. Jenkins, of the city, i f
spent Sunday evening of last week ! ?
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Beauford. j"
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jenkins, of the ?
city, have the sympathy of friends 5
and relatives of this community in
the sad death of the formers bro- c
ther, Mr. ueorge jeriKins, wnicn uc- (
curred at their residence Friday!
evening, November 26, 1915, after i
a few days illness.
WANTED TO SELL:?On account
of long move, will sell my fine j
cow, some chickens, cow feed, |
and a Columbia bicycle. Rev. S. i
0. Cantey. Dec. 1. It. |
There is more Catarrh In this section of
the country than all oilier diseases out
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced it a
local disease and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
Constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken Internally. It acts directly on Jhe
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case It fails to cure. Send for circulars
Address: F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. I
Sold by Druggists, 70c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ,
Stock Under One
krire us your wantsI
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Mrs. Fannie McCaslan spent Satrda;v
evening vrith Mrs. J. A. Youm:
Misses Lillian and Frances Crosreil
spent Sabbath with little Irene
nd May Belle Young.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Walker spent
laturday nighs with her parents
Ir. and Mrs. S. T. Young.
Mr. David Young spent Saturday
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Messrs J. W. Long and J D. Crv$
/ell went to Abbeville Mondav on
Mr. David Young and Mr. Furnenn
dcCaslan were visiting relatives in
larrisburg Sabbath. They also atended
preaching at Bradleys.
Mr. J. R. Creswell and familv |
pent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Mattie
Jowen and Misses Creswell. j
Mr. Tommie Langley and J. D.
Creswell dined with Mr. J. A. Young
Master Robert and little Harris
>eswell spent Thursday night witli
toy and James Young.
Messrs J. A. and E. C. Young
lave been busy shredding corn this
Mr. E. C. Young went to McCornick
Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Long spent
sabbath afternoon in our home. We
ire always glad to have a call from
Mr. J. W. Baker, the Watkins
nan. dined with Mr. J. A. Young
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Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Campoeu ana
ihildren spent last Sabbath in Lethe,
;he guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley.
Mrs. T. P. Creswel! and little one
ipent part of last week with Mr.-?,
tfary T. Creswell.
Thanksgiving was a day full of
iunshine. Some of our Fairfield
joys went hunting, the game was
;wo 'possums, six squirrels and several
Mr. J. F. Bradley, of Abbeville,
:ame down Wednesday night for a
lunt next day. He was the guest
)f Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Long.
Mr. F. T. Young gave the young
:olks a party last Thursday night.
Ml who were present seemed to
Cards are out announcing the
narriage of Miss Myra Young to
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Vir. VY . JLYl. iv^uuvu;
tfr. and Mrs. A. W. Young request
he pleasure of your company at
he marriage of their daughter,
Mr. William Mattison Redden
m Tuesday, the 14th of December,
lineteen hundred and fifteen, at
Bradley, South Carolina.
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Some days ago Mr. and Mrs. D. L
3arnes, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Moseley,
tnd Mr. E. J. Huckabee took an
luto ride to Ninety Six and attended
he stock sale that came off in that
)lace. They were the next mornng
water bound and had to come
>ack by rail road.
It is, as is well known, not to
lave a killing frost till the midd>;:
>f November, yet on the 13th there
lad been none and on that date
ome of the garden vegetables wer *
till being eaten, especially string
>p.ins! numbers of the gardeners
lere and around had them that
About two weeks ago. Dr. J. W.
-.awrence, received by telegram that
lis venerable father, who had lived
'or years in Norfolk, Va., had just
)assed away. He at once left, and
ittended the funeral and burial services.
He came back last week and
he first of this week his wife, wh)
ogether with their children, wh >
'or cause, had remained at their
lome in McBee, when he came hero,
ame up here and spent several
A protracted meeting has been in
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jrogress in rrovmeutt* uium..
}lace since last Sunday, conductor
jy the pastor, Rev. Jas. A. Clotfel;er,
with two services at day, the
)ne at 11:30 a. m., the other at
3:30, p. m., which gave to us as a
arit.v preaching services in one of
>ur churches on Thanksgiving day,
rhis is, in a measure, accounted foxiy
saying that the Baptist church
las Lo pastor at this time and the
Rev. J. C. Chandlei, the pastor of
;he Methodist cburch, is at Spartanburg,
attending the Conference,
(Upper South Carolina.)
Mrs. E. A. H. Simmons, of Bamjerg.
came up several days ago and
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is visiting her son-in-law and his
wife. Magistrate J. G. Huckabee, at
the home of Mr. E. J. Huckabee.
Thanksgiving Day was a very \
quiet one, as the business houses *
were closed, excepting: the Drue: f T"*T}/*^T
Store, but little business was done, i ST
On that day Mr. ind Mrs. D. L. j
Barnes gave a Thanitsgiving dinner J
to a few friends and from all ac- J s* w* w ^
counts, it was one to be enjoyed. W I \ 11 11 '
Everything to be had was . lavishly w I If 11
used and prepared, and doubtless # II I| 111
will be remembered by all who par- 0 U?|,ljl
took of it, as the one, of their lives: A
Messrs. J. S. Fowler,, Senior, and \
Junior, of Anderson, Mr. Wm. Lock- f * ?j
lin, Post Master at above place and 4 A mjLcIY
Mr. Curran Cooley, a prominent ^
lawyer at the Anderson Bar, and a
Mr. Motte Barnes from Andrson. f W1
The guests present furnished by this ^
Dlace were. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Mose- a
ley, Mr. Char.es Clinkscales and Mr 5
E. J. Huckabee. J
Miss Mary Lou Waldrop, of Con- J fiftlTC! A1
yers, Ga., is visiting her cousin, Rev. ? JJvJalM A
J. A. Clotfeltor. 5
Miss Christine Kay of the Colum- 0
bia Female College, came up a few 4
days ago to spend a short while at f ^ .
home. m \ Grig":
stand of whiskers adds to their dig- J
! As long as a young man can t tell
^the color of a girl's eyes he is safe.
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