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* DUE WEST. *
Due West, S. C., Feb. 14.?Miss
Lena Barr Galloway is visiting
friends and relatives in Kings Mountain,L
Gastonia and Charlotte, N. C.
Miss Ella Marshall, after a visit of
some weeks to her sister, Mrs. R. L.
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Robinson, returned to ner nome in
Millersburg, Ky., last week.
Mrs. Lizzie Sharpe of Donalds, and
Mrs. Henry Booker of Greenwood,
are visiting Mrs. Fannie Agnew on
We are glad to report Mr. Olin
Hagan rapidly recovering from an
operation for appendicitis which he
underwent in Anderson last Monday,
Mrs. Mayme Pressly reached home
last week, much to the delight of her
Erskine basket ball team won in
the match game with WofFord on
The Womans College basket ball
team also came out victorious Saturday
afternoon when they played
The Greenville Womans College
The Euphiam Literary Society
held its 37th Semi-Annual Celebration
last Friday evening. The
judges rendered their decision in
favor of the affirmative.
The program was as follows:
C. E. Murphy S. C.
M. G. Gault?
"A Murderer's Confession" S. C.
P. L. Grier, Jr.?
"Equipment for Service" S. C.
F. B. Edwards?
"Nations and Humanity" __ Tenn.
J. M. Plaxco?
"America's Uncrowned Queen" Tenn
Query: Resolved, That an International
Court Should Exist to Enforce
the Obligations of Right and Justice
of Nations, from the Decisions of
Which There Can Be No Appeal.
Affirmative?W. D. Dickey, '16
'Negative?W. W. Wolff, '16.. S C
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JLV XX* IUWJL/VUOIU) X I ? ? ? ? ? ? V*
W. C. Carwile, '17. S. C.
J. N. Bonner?
"The American Spirit As Our National
Safeguard" S C
Marshals?Chief, D R. Kennedy, '16;
Assistants, J. R. Edwards, Jr., '17;
R. S. Galloway, Jr., '17; 0. F. Roddey,
* ANTREVILLE *
Messrs John Wakefield, A. M. Erwin,
Erwin and Suber Prince were
business visitors at Anderson Tues/I
Q ^7 S
Mr. Cowan, of South Georgia, was
here for several days, working in the
Pecan Groves. 1
airs. Clyde Green and son, James,
of Belton, and Mrs. Foster visited
at Mr. J. T. Erwin's Wednesday and
Rev. and Mrs Belvin and daughter, j
Sarah, were spend-the-day guests at j
Dr. Anderson's Thursday.
Miss Roberts of Ray School, gave j
a supper for the School Improvement j
The assistance the ladies of Ray
gave to Miss Roberts deserves the
highest praise. The supper was bountiful
and so tastefully served. All
were highly pleased.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Patterson
pleasantly entertained a number of
friends Saturday evening in honor of
theirs guests, miss King ana ivir. iuc-1
Miss x\ileen Herron spent the I
week-end with her home people near 1
Prof. George Anderson spent the
week-end with his home people.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Patterson .
and Miss Bertha Patterson attended
the celebration at Due West Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Wakefield and
son, Sam, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Branyon.
Mrs. S. J. Wakefield and Mrs. Anderson
attended the Missionary Society
of First Creek at Mr. Jim
Fisher's last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gable entertained
-CV. ;.n:I .. v Sr.lurclsy.
WATTS * 1
The young people of the communi- t
ty sang at Mr. John "Wilson's Sunday
evening. There were fifteen pres- T
ent, counting our beloved pastor, who I
is as young In spirit as any of us.
Miss Rosa McNeill and Mrs. Eakin i
i Cochran shopped in Abbeville Tues- f
day of last week.
Miss Mary Grace Wilson spent \
1 oof Tironlr in Athens.
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She brings back the good news that i
the doctors hope that Mrs. Thomas s
will be able to make a short visit r
On account of the bad weather the \
congregation at Warrenton Sunday i
morning was small. Rev. Fennel was
there however, and held sendee. .
Messrs Robt. and C. F. Gilliam
were business visitors in Abbeville '
Miss Lena Ramey of Prosperity, :
was an attractive visitor at Mr. Will
Edwards last week.
An attractive, curly-headed little j.
lady spent last week end with Mrs. t
C. F. Gilliam, but she begged us not
to "put her name in the paper." E
Mrs. Link Evans is visiting at Mr. a
Will Edwards' home. ^
* McCORMICK * i
McCormick, S. C., Feb. 14, 1916.? 8
Mrs. Lula Traylor spent several days 1
last week at the home of Mrs. M. N. 1,
Henderson, several miles from town, j
Misses Dell and Jessie Hawley and ?
Lena Ferguson, of Parksville, S. C.,
Julia Youngblood of Augusta, Ga., h
and Effie Wates of Route No. 2, have t
been guests of Miss Fannie Kate s
/^nrirvrr "fVlQ nocf
lTiarsn ai> IICI xiuuic UUH115 vtiv |/v.wv
Mrs. W. F. McGee of Iva, Misses 5
Rebecca Wardlaw, Bessie and Janie t
Lee Morrah of Bellevue, have been
gruests of Mrs. James E. Britt during I
the past week. I
The many friends of Mr. A. C.
Wingo, will regret to learn of his I
illness. He is now at his home near t
Miss Fannie Jennings of Green- s
wood, visited friends and relatives
here last week. r
Mrs. W. M. Strom and daughter,
Nylena, spent several days last week d
with relatives near Rehoboth.
Mrs. J. N. Speights of Walterboro, e
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. s
Hi. yv i ciin, iaoi wcviv.
Miss Irene Cooper visited relatives t
at Plum Branch last Sunday. tl
Miss Nellie Bodie of Plum Branch,
was the week-end guest of Mrs Wiley h
Crawford, at her home here. E
Mr. Otway Henderson went to
Columbia last Saturday, with the new ii
The people of this section of the it
counties affected, are much elated n
over the bright prospects of the formation
of McCormick County at pre- n
sent sitting of the legislature. a
Mrs. M. L. B. Sturkey and little S
Harriette, are spending a few days
with relatives at Greenwood. T
* FAIRFIELD * I
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Walker from > G
Pucketts. spent Saturday night with ! n
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Young spent a ,e
few days last week in Willingtcn. the I L
guests of Mrs. Janie Wiley and Mrs. I q
Mr. Charley Creswell went to! e
Lowndesville last week fox hunting, j E
Mr. Clarence and Walter Creswell j
went to Columbia one day last week. I a
Mrs. E. C. Young celebrated her ' r
birthday last Thursday. Many good I a
wishes to her. i t
The writer and little children spent i
Tuesday pleasantly with Mrs. John It
McCaslan. _ I i
Mr. Jim Crawford called to see nis ; i\
father, Mr. R. A. Crawford, one day j
last week. ! S
Miss Alma Young spent one night j I
last week with Miss Mary Spence. 11
Mr. Grady Spence and Raymond (
Beauford spent last Sabbath with Mr t
T. F. Langley. s
Misses A. Z. and Lena Spence .1
spent Friday night with Misses Irene J
and May Belle Young. f
Little Edmund Young spent one
day last week with James Young. v
Little Lena Spence spent last Sat- I
urday night with her aunt, Miss Zellie ;1
Langley. ' I
Mrs. T. P. Creswell and dear little | p
rv:~i rTr.rr:sbi>r<r. snent part of e
! have just recei
rns 99.66 per c
II last twice as
We have t
ast week with her mother, Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Joe Young and daughter, Miss
Daisy, spent Friday evening with Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Creswell went
o Abbeville Monday.
Mr. Fed Edmunds from McCornick,
spent Wednesday night with
klr. J. D. Creswell.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Talbert spent
rhursday in Harrisburg the guests of
tfr. and Mrs. T. P. Creswell.
Mrs. Mary Creswell spent last week
rith Mrs. John McCaslan.
One of Puckett Town's good boys
s making some calls near here. He
ays he means business, but we won't
nention his name till the next time.
Violets "and hyacinths are in full
doom, and little chickens are hollerr
g. Surely the spring time is come.
f MT. CARMKL *
Mrs. P. B. Morrah and children
lave retuurned home after an exended
visit to Lancaster, S. C.
Miss Bessie Harling, of McCoraick,
returned home last week, after
, pleasant stay with Misses Reba
Veils and Monnie Harling.
Mr. Leming, of Canada, is spendn.?
part of the winter in Mt. Carmel
inth his friend, Mr. J. W. Morrah.
Ht Lemini? is verv fond of our genial
limate and spends part of nearly
very winter here. We are always
lad to see him.
Miss Gladys Tarrant and Mrs. W.
i. Scott and children, returned home
asit week after a pleasant visit to
Irs. M. B. Tarrant in Greenwood,
Miss Florence Black has returned
iome from Augusta, on account of
h:-eatened illness. We are glad to
ee that she is improving some.
Miss Julia Cade spent last Friday
n Anderson with her sister, Miss
!allie T. Cade, who is in training at
h(i Anderson Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lanier of
lonterey, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Yazier this week.
Messrs Leamon, P. B. and J. W.
lorrah and W. H. Barton motored
o Abbeville Tuesday.
Messrs J. R. and G. W. Tarrant
pent Monday in Abbeville.
Mr. J. F. Sutherland spent Wed...
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e.'iuay 111 auucvuic,
Mr. Lawrence Hester spent Friay
Mrs. Smith Scott spent the weeknd
with Mr. Scott. Mrs. Scott's
chool will not close before April.
Miss Emily Mae Hester commenced
eaching school near Calhoun Falls
Miss Sara Harton of Atlanta, Ga.,
as been visiting her sister, Mrs. L.
!. Conner for the past month.
Mrs. M. G. Smith is visiting friends
1 Elberton, Ga.
Miss Reba Wells left Friday to vis;
Miss Bessie Harling of McCorlick.
The Fancy Work Club of Mt. Cartel,
had their first meeting Friday
fternoon at the home of Mrs. W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cade spent
hursday in Anderson.
Mrs. J. W. Bailey, victor and little
utn, of Calhoun Falls, spent Saturay
and Sabbath with Mrs. Emma
Born, on Jan. 30, 1916, to Mr. and
Irs. J. J. McKellar, a son, Henry
effries. Mrs. McKellar has been |
uite ill this week but is some better j
Misses Mildred and Mabel Boyd
ntertained in honor of Miss Marie
eslie Friday evening. All report
uitc an enjoyable evening.
Mr. Darrell McAlister accompanid
Miss Sara Harton over in the
lellevue section Sabbath afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. P. K. Black and Mr.
nd Mrs. Joe Gibert were among the
uests at the Silver Wedding of Mr.
nd Mrs. Albert Gibert of Willingon.
Mrs. Dibert Jackson has returned
o her home in Columbia after spendng
a while with her grandmother,
Irs. L. T. Paschal.
Last Sabbath Mr. J. W. Morrah,
Superintendent of the A. R. P. Sabath
School, requested Mr. Leeming
o present gold stars to Misses Julia
"adc and Tee Paschal for perfect atendance
for two years, and silver
tars to Miss Louise Conner, Masters
. D. Cade. Jr., Robert Boyd, Messrs
ames Boyd and Lawrence Conner,
or perfect attendance for one year.
The play, "The Widow McGinty,"
/as presented at the High School
Suilding by a number of young
adies and young men of Flatwoods
''riday evening. These young peoile
displayed unusual talent and
ach one acted their part well. Miss
ived a shipment c
enf. air. Burns
long as any other
hem in three, four ?
Margaret Black deserves special mention
for her fine music. It was
quite an enjoyable evening for all
present and we hope they will come T
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If you suffer from eczema, itch, P
pimples, etc., give Zemerine a trial, j
It stops the itching, allays the irritation
and soon your skin is restored to
a healthy condition. 50c and $1.00 ^
at C. A. Milford & Co., or from Zem- ^
urine Chemical Co., Orangeburg, S C. tl
When the average man attempts to A
stand on his dignity he is apt to dis- o
cover that his feet are too large for t<
the pedestal. o
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g people who
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One Lot of $'
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he State of South Carolina, 1
County of Abbeville,
Court of Common Pleas.
J. Pheiffer, et al,
G. Savage, et al.
ontVinrifv nf a Decree of Sale bv
lie Court of Common Pleas for Abeville
County, in said State, made in
lie above state case, I will offer for
ale, at Public Outcry, at Abbevillle
!. H., S. C., on Salesday in March,
l. D., 1916, within the legal hours J
f sale, the following described land,
3 wit: All those tracts or parcels
f land situate, lying and being in
ibbeville County, in the State afore- 1
aid, in the Town of Calhoun Falls, '
i. C., and being known and desig- 1
ated as Lots one to ten, inclusive '
f Block E; and also Lots One to '
'ive, inclusive of Block F. of the
'own of Calhoun Falls, according to ;
plat made of the Town of Calhoun
alls by DeCamp and Cunningam,
and being lots formerly coneyed
by Calhoun Falls Company to
red Pheiffer, now deceased: said
>ts will be sold one lot at the time.
TERMS OF SALE?CASH?Pur- ]
baser to pay for the papers and
R. E. HILL,
Master A. C., S. C.
i a comple
n's Work i
' . $1.79 tc
thoes are the
buy. They F
Co., the f \
i tan their W
r, thereby V
35 to 40c value.
igents W. B. Corsets
F AY LATER
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MASTER'S SALE ,
The State of South Carolina,
County of Abbeville,
Court of Common Pleas. /
Mrs. L. W. Mabry, Plaintiff, ^
Mrs. Elenora Baer, Ethel Baer, et aL
By authority of a Decree of Sale
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Dy tne UOlirt OI tommon rieas x?r
Abbeville County, in said State,
made in the above stated ease, I
will offer for sale, at Publie Outery,
at Abbeville, C. H., S. C., on Salesday
in March, A. D., 1916, within
the legal hours of sale the following
described land, to-wit: AH Out
tract or parcel of land situate, lying
and being in the city of Abbeville in
Abbeville County, in the State aforesaid,
fronting Seventy-five feet (75)
on Main Street and having 200 feet
depth on both side lines, bonded
by Main street and Livingston street
and other lands of Mrs. L. W. M*bry.
TERMS OF SALE?Cash. "Parchaser
to pay for papers and stamp*.
R. E. HILL,
Master, A. C., S. C.
FOR SALE?Early Speckled Vehet
Beans, twenty bushels at $2.25 per
bushel. Phone 31-216, ot -write
James Winn, Abbeville, S. C-,
Route 5. 2t
te stock gj
> $3*98 ?
best that '
. 25c |
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JEVILLE^S. C. jgj .