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Mrs. P. B. Carwile was in the city j
Fi Fi is great but the "Fee" will
Mr. C. E. Williamson went down
to Columbia yesterday on business.
Mrs. H. Weinraub was over on j
business from Calhoun Falls Monday.
Miss Mary Grace Wilson was on
our streets from Warrenton last
Mrs. Dr. Hicks, was in the city
last Thursday from Calhoun Falls on I
a shopping trip.
Mrs. A. F. McKissick of Greenwood,
was in Abbeville last week
Mrs. E. V. Snipe came over from
Winder and spent last Friday with
Mrs. C. L. Cochran.
Leslie McMillan came down from ;
Clemson and spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. McMillan.
Misses Lillian and Mary Sweten-1
berg spent the latter part of the week
with relatives at Peaks.
Mrs. Susan Brunson Hill is in the
city spending some time with her
sister, Mrs. W. S. Cothran.
Percy Leach, who is working in
Atlanta now, came home and spent
Sunday with his home people.
Sheriff and Mrs. R. M. Burts went
up to Due West and spent Sabbath
-with Mrs. Burts's home people.
Mr. Roddy Devlin was over from
Greenwood this week seeing his
friends and being seen by them.
Miss Annie Hill, who teaches school
at Level Land, spent the latter part
of the week in the city with her home
Mrs. Schwerin, of Sumter, has returned
to her home after a pleasant
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Sol Rosenberg.
Mrs. Lucy Thomson has returned
from a week's visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Luther Highsmith at Shoals
Miss Caroline Graves went out to
Latimer last Saturday and spent Sunurith
her home people.
Mr. W. A. Klugh was here Saturday.
He is getting ready to plant
another good crop of corn.
Miss Annie Marshall, of Greenwood,
is in the city this week visiting
Tier friend, Miss Lillian Richey.
Mr. J. J. Grant, a prosperous farmer
of the Lowndesville section, was
in the city Saturday on business.
The Misses Sullivan went to their
home in Honea Path last Friday and
spent until Monday with their parents.
Henry Cason came down from Anderson
and spent Sunday with his
grandmother, Mrs. Fannie J. Marshall.
Mrs. F. M. Welsh and little daughter.
Winona, of Monroe, N. C., jpent
a few days this week with Mr. W. D.
Dr. F. A. Coward, of the State
Board of Health, has returned from
a few days trip to Abbeville.?Columbia
Mr. Peebles, the insurance man, is
carrying his arm in a sling these
days. He broke it in the usual way,
cranking a Ford.
Mr. W. R. Power spent Sunday
with Mrs. Power and children, who
are visiting at the home of Mr. Henry
Power, at Brownlee.
Mrs. Frank W. Wilson, of Warrenton,
went over to Athens last Saturday
to see her mother, and spent
several days visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin and C. F. Nelson
came down from Greenville last
Saturday and spent Sabbath with Dr.
and Mrs. J. R. Nickles.
Misses Edna Bradley and Elizabeth
Faulkner went up to Due West last
Friday and attended the celebration
of the Euphemian Society.
Cann and Duckworth, of Anderson,
will have a carload of mules here
this week for sale. Headquarters
will be at Johnson's stable.
Mrs. P. A. Cheatham is back from
a short visit to Athens, Ga., where
she went to see her friend, Mrs. M.
C. Thomas, who is quite sick at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Dudley.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
"We, the undersigned, have known F. J. i
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe I
him perfectly honorable in all business 1
transactions and financially able to carry t
out any oblipations made by his firm. I
NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
S. M. Beatty, of Iva, was here ye!
terday on legal matters.
Messrs. Albert Gibert. R. L. Aria
and E. H. Albea, of Wellington, wer
here Monday on important businesi
Mr. R. W. Knox, a substantial fai
mer of the Sharon section, hs
bought a new Ford touring car.
j Mr. G. W. Cannon came dow
I from Anderson and spent Sunda
Miss Margaret Perrin pleased he
1 _ L : J AT
irienas uy tiuiuiig uuwu nvm ?.?
I derson Thursday and spending se>
eral days with her home folks.
Mrs. P. B. Speed left Monday fc
Greenville to visit her daughter, Mr:
T. M. Marchant. She will see "Th
Birth of a Nation" while there.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Biggs and li
tie son. Bland, of Rockingham, N. C
spent from Friday until Monday her
with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. S. Cochran.
Jim Sherard went out in the cour
try and spent last Sunday. Whe
asked if he went to see his girl h
said he spent the day with "Mama.'
When you attend Fi Fi on Frida
evening, you will see what has bee
quoted as being the greatest amateu
production ever attempted in Abb*
Mr. J. R. Denton of Greenwoo<
and Mr. William Sheldon of th
p><ocKvtorinn CoHece at Clinton, wer
visitors to the city over Sunday thi
Mrs. Henry Pressly is getting we
again and will leave the latter pai
of this week for her home in Clir
ton. Her friends give her up wit
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith an
Master Joe Smith, of Breezewoo<
Greenwood county, spent a few daj
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe i
Miss Margaret Cothran came u
from Columbia last Thursday an
spent until Sunday afternoon wit
her home people. She is as prett
and attractive as usual.
The many friends of Henry H. Di
Pre are glad to see him on th
streets again after his recent sicl
ness, and they all hope that he wi
continue to improve.
Mrs. Mary Perrin, Mrs. Lewis Pei
rin and little Miss Mary Norwoo
Perrin are spending this week i
Greenville visiting. They will se
"The Birth of a Nation" while then
Mrs. L. C. Brinkley is back froi
an extended visit to her home i
Suffolk. Va.. and is greatly improve
in health. Her friends are glad t
have her back again.
R. S. Link visited Due West, Hone
Path and Hodges last Thursday. M
Link is selling Swift's Fertilizers, an
is out for business. He made th
trip in his new Ford.
The work on the white way o
Main etrPAt is nrotrressine sa
isfactorily. The lights are in to th
foot of Penney's Hill on the way t
the mill village and are finished o
Furman Bowen was in the cit
Saturday on business. He is a fai
mer who lives at home. When th
price of cotton does not suit him h
sells a little surplus corn and mea
which he keeps on hand at all times.
W. D. Wilson is in New York bui
ing spring and summer goods fc
Haddon-Wilson Co. Miss Lazenb
from their millinery department
with Mr. Wilson at the northern mai
kets. Watch for their spring ar
The George Washington part:
which has been postponed from Fr
day night will be held in the scho<
auditorium Saturday night. Th
young people hope that they will b
WHAT IS THE NEWS?
Last Monday when we asked th
young ladies in White's Dry Good
store to tell us the news, they told 1:
that they knew a certain young lad
who had never been in love, but th,a
she was beginning to pencil h'=
eyebrows to make the boys think tha
she could fall in love. The youn
ladies said that they knew it was n
harm because Mr. Daniels had sai
in his sermon that girls should do e\
erything that they could to mak
themselves look pretty.
A SUPPER PARTY.
Mr. C. D. Brown entertaine
twelve of his gentlemen friends at
fish and oyster party last Frida
night at his home on North Mai
street. The following gentleme
were present: Messrs. R. L. Dargs.r
H. L. Allen, L. C. Haskell, W. I
Barksdale, Lewis Perrin, J. S. Mor:><
W. A. Calvert, W. P. Greene, Dr. I
E. Harrison, A. M. Smith and J. E
Kerr, and they greatly enjoyed th
delightful supper served. The pls.c
cards were white printed in gold an
advised the guests to kindly refrai
from talking of railroad, politics, wa
and law. This narrowed the convei
sation down to "set-back" and a
each thought himself the only gco
player in the lot and capable of wrii
ing a book on the subject, the cor
versation was as lively as at a ladie
i~7 JUDGE WILSON TO PRESIDE.
J Judge John S. Wilson, of Manning,
; will preside at the spring terms of
; the Court. Judge Wilson has been
' here before and the bar will welcome
OFF TO FLORIDA.
Judge R. E. Hill left last Friday
for an extended visit to his son, R.
5. E. Hill in Gainesville, Fla. He got
out of town in time to miss the Valentine
e | BUY A HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Evans, and
r. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Evans, have
IS purchased the old Bruce place. They
J will improve the same and occupy
| the house in the near future.
v ! A PLEASANT DANCE.
Miss Kate Haskell entertained her
?r j friends last Friday night with a pleasi
ant dance at her home on Greenville
j. street. The younger set was out in
j full force and thoroughly enjoyed
s. i OFF ON A VISIT,
| Mrs. Wm. M. Barnwell left last
week for Snowhill, Md., where she
t- J will visit her sister for a month.
? j While away she will visit also rela"e
1 tives and friends in Washington and
i. j THE ROOK CLUB.
e ! The rook club recently organized
? among the young ladies of town met
with Miss Ida Mae Brownlee at the
y \ home of her sister, Mrs. John Dickn
son, Tuesday afternoon. The meetir
ing was an unusually pleasant one.
A TEA PARTY.
i, | Mrs. J. L. Johnson entertained at
,e a pleasant tea party last Sunday
e night in compliment to Miss Allie
is May Power and Miss Sallie Sue
Nicholas. This was a pleasant affair
and greatly enjoyed by those pres11
i- A SEWING CLUB.
I Miss Lucy White is organizing a
, ! sewing class among the little girls
, of the city and will give one lesson a
I week. She will teach them plain
, I sewing and all kinds of fancy stitches
I in omHrniHprv and hemstitchine.
I ? p
! A REGULAR PASTOR.
^ I Dr. A. T. King, of Johnston, is in
y j Abbeville and will supply the Bapi
tist pulpit for the next three months.
| The congregation is pleased with Mr
l" I King and will make his stay a pleasie|ant
one. He is rooming at Mr.
i Stark 's and taking his meals with the
11! family of Mr. W. D. Barksdale.
r-! OFF TO BALTIMORE.
" ! Mr.. H. R. McAllister left Monday
^ for Baltimore, where he goes to buy
" | a full line of clothing for the firm
of Ca.son and McAllister. They will
n j have the very best this year and will
n i fall tl-ia nnKH/? nf thpir harcains
d through the columns of the Press and
a COMING BACK.
a Miss Eva Lazenby, who has been
e Haddon's milliner for the past two
years, will return to Abbeville this
season and is now in New York sen
lecting a handsome stock of goods
t- for the trade. Miss Lazenby is very
'6 popular in Abbeville and her friends
o will be glad to know that she has ren
considered, and will return.
y ! COMFORTABLY SETTLED.
e I The Acker Buildine & Repair
'e | Company have gotten comfortably
t' | settled in their new quarters on the
j Cabell Hill. They have built comfortable
offices and the old hill has a
very busy and business like look,
ir This hill has heretofore been the
y place in town for the holding of caris
nivals and circus performances and
r- people who enjoy such things have
had many good times on the grounds.
"Fi Fi" is pronounced (Fee Fee.))
g TO RENT:?A comfortable cottage
on upper Main Street. For terms
apply to Fred Cason. 2-9 tf
,? Cards inserted under this head are
strictly cash in advance.
it FOR SHERIFF.
We are authorized to announce
tr I T irTT T T-l T-l .J /I 1 ?
0 I W. Li. UI 1TJLU Ad c.
9 canidate for Sheriff, subject to the
r i rules of the Democratic Primary.
e ! FOR MAYOR.
j We are authorized to announce J.
i A. LONG as a candidate for Mayor
d ; of the city of Abbeville, subject to
a j the Democratic Primary.
n We are authorized to announce
n ! Patrick Roche as a candidate for
!' I Mayor of the City of Abbeville, sub!
ject to the rules of the Democratic
g ! The friends of Dr. C. C. Gambrell
e I hereby announce that he is a candij
date for the nomination for Mayor
n of the City of Abbeville in the Demcr|cratic
Primary, subject to the rules
of the party.
d I hereby announce myself a cand:.>
1 date for Mayor of the City of Abbei
ville, and agree to abide the resu.t
!S of the Democratics Primary.
W. M. GRAYDON.
WORKING ON THE SQUARE.
The Daughters of the Confederal
are planning to make the monumei
Park more beautiful this year th?
ever and have placed Mrs. W. \
Bradley in charge of the work. St
was working on the square last Fi
day and set out many plants to fu
nish beauty for the eyes during tl
OFF TO MARKET.
Mrs. Jas. S. Cochran is off to tt
Northern Markets where she goes 1
buy her spring stock. Mrs. Cochra
makes a specialty of millinery, read;
made dress, suits, and things for chi
dren. She carries a fine line of en
broidery material and will bring fro:
market this year the best in thes
BY INDUSTRY WE THRIVE.
The ladies of Upper Main strei
have organized a Needle Club an
the first meeting was held at tt
home of Mrs. George White, la:
week. The members of the club ai
Mrs. W. F. Nickles, Mrs. Fred Caso;
Mrs. P. A. Cheatham, Mrs. J. (
Evans, Mrs. W. A. Calvert, Mrs.
T7I TT11! AV H K A * CI J
nojungsworm, mrs. a. m. oton
Mrs. Frank Henry, Mrs. W. E. M
Cord, Mrs. W. F. Perrin, Mrs. Alvi
^rilliams, Mrs. E. E. Williams, Mr
J. L. Hill, Mrs. R. E. Hill, and Missi
Rosa and Corrie Hamlin and Mi:
fr.'amie Hill. These ladies will mei
once a month and will spend tl
time in conversation and dainty se\
A CHARMING DINNER PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen ente
tiined a few friends at a dinner pa
ty last Monday night, at their hon
on Chestnut street. The date beiri
* eby. I4tn, tne decorations were a
ter the style set by good St. Valei
tine. In the dining room there wei
garlands from the electrolier to tl
ends of the table of bright red hear
in all sizes. The place cards wei
hearts on which were written som
thing pleasantly appropriate to tl
holder. These cards were cut i
different ways and the guests four
their seats by matching their car<
and making the sentiment fit. T1
little squibs were bright and attra
tive and caused much merriment i
they were read. The table w;
beautiful in its appointments and ?
elaborate five course dinner wi
served to the following guests, D
and Mrs F. E. Harrison, Dr. and Mr
G. A. Neuffer, Mr. and Mrs. R. j
Mabry, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Green
Miss Mamie Morse and Miss Magg
After dinner cards were enjoy*
until a late hour.
A llo??o /linnorc nrp 5*1 WA"
1V1JL 3. Alien o uutuvAu ? ,
lovely and an invitation to her hou:
is always prized.
/a\ mty T
CTVfjC \ / gj
$1.59 to S5
Mew Snrin? Ties
"?*?? wr- --o
i 1 fori
Fit and quality guar- /I (|/
anteed by us
?y The triangle at the intersection o
Main and Greenville Streets, will b
in something worth looking at this yeai
Mrs. W. D. Barksdale has consente
!e to take charge of the beautifying o
.j_ the plot and she has associated wit
r_ her, Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Miss Mami
ie Lou Smith. This guarantees tha
the work will be well and artisticall
done. Berckman, the favorite nui
seryman of the South, has bee;
asked to select the plants to be pu
to A WEEK.END PARTY,
Mr. and Mrs. J-Jj- McMillan en
1- tertained a pleasaitr week-end parti
1_ beginning last Friday. They had a
m their guests, Miss Willie Sue Nichola
5e of Charlottesville, Va., Miss Alii
Mae Power, Miss Florence Bradford
Mr. Leslie McMillan of Clemson, am
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bristow. The oc
casion was a most pleasant one
everyone being charmed with Mis
e; Nicholas in whose honor it was giver
l? THE LEAP YEAR CLUB.
_ Miss Eugenia Coleman entertamei
the "Leap Year Club" at her hom
J* on Greenville street last Tuesda;
e' night. This club has recently beei
organized among the young peopl
with a membership of ten and th
young aldies invite the young men t
ag each party. The entertainment Tues
gS day night was telling Valentine For
^ tunes, playing Broken Hearts and ii
^ other games. The refreshment
? were "Young love sandwiches,
"Dream Salad" and "Soul Kiss" ices
THE MEETING OF THE DOCTOR:
The Abbeville County Medical As
r- sociation met in Abbeville last Fri
r- day night and the Abbeville Doctor
le had as their guests doctors from a]
ig the surrounding counties. The en
f- tertainment was in the form of
n- supper, which was served in th
re Knights of Pythias Hall at half pas
le eight o'clock. The menu was dc
ts lightful and after the supper wa
:e enjoyed the Association was calle
e- to order by Dr. uamDreu. ui
le Neuffer read a paper treating of th
in epidemic in Abbeville last summe
id which, for want of a better nam<
is the doctors called the "Asiatic Cho]
le'era." This paper was interestinj
c- and the discussion which followe
as was taken part in by most of the doc
as dors. The complaint had been ger
in eral all over the stata.
as Dr. Epting, of Greenwood, spok
r. on the "Business" of the professior
s. Dr. Turner, of Greenwood, on "Ap
L. pendicitis," Dr. Harris on "Cancer'
e, and Dr. Ross on "G. U. Work."
ie After each of these talks the dis
cussion was animated and instructiv
id and such meetings should be helpfv
to the profession.
ys During these discussions punc
se and cigars were served to the doc
The Daylight Corner
A Man's Store
THE TO CHAN'
>VER to Spring Headgear,
'he old winter hat should be
side for something more es
ve of the season.
inual Spring and Summer
?20 to *45
lljbe held at our store 1Q 0
EBRUARY - - I d 6l
New Spring Shir
Manhattan Wilson Bi
$1.00 to $2.50
f Mrs. Rosa K. Ashmore
e announces the engagement of her
h Mr. Hugh Wilson Cromer, of Atlanta
,t the wedding to take place in April.
y The above announcement will be
read with genuine interest by the
n many friends of the bride-to-be in
Miss Ashmore is the only daughter
of Mrs. Rosa K. Ashmore. She is a
graduate of the Greenville Woman's
College, and is endowed with charm_
ing personality and grace of manner.
't Her friends regret exceedingly that
s her marriage will take her from the
e Mr. Cromer is a descendant of one
|, of the most prominent families in
d Abbeville. He is a graduate of Clem.
son College, where he won distinction I
in literary and oratorical work. He
s now holds a responsible position with
i. Sciple & Son, of Atlanta, Ga.
The wedding will be a very quiet
home affair, witnessed oniy Dy mumate
friends and relatives.?Greenj
ville Daily News.
e FI FI OF TOY SHOP
y BY HOME TALENT
? The most elaborate home talent
ever attempted in Abbeville will be
Feby. 18, at the Opera House, when
[" a splendid cast of 150 people will
" present Fi-Fi of the Toy Shop.
The best talent of the city has been
,, selected for the principal parts. The
proceeds are for the benefit of the
5 The costumes will be elaborate, the
scenic effects are charming and the
dances pretty and attractive. Rei
hearsals have been held nightly.
nlon 1-anrconnts a HrPATTl of
I" I X I1C piaj iV|/l VHV?i?w **r
si the toymaker's daughter, "Bonnie."
[1 In the dream the creatures of bisque,
t- tin, wood and rag which make their
a home in the shop, are endowed with
e life. They meet with strange adit
ventures in the world of motion, in
i- the Milky Way and in Fairyland, uns
til the light of day awakens "Bonnie"
d from her dreams.
The cast of characters is announced
e as follows:
r Bonnie Miss Edna Bradley
i, Fi-Fi Mrs. Joe V. Elgin
1- Lossey Miss Ruth Howie
g Ink Spot N N Miss Edith Leach
d Aurelia Miss Brown
i- The Man in the Moon-Mr Allan King
r m-_ TT L H. n
l- Lil6UI> JLin nearii ucuige uu?i>
Prince Lollypop Mr. W. E. Hill
e Capt. Barnacle Mr Joe V. Elgin
i. Sandman Dr. J. E. Pressly
i- The Doll's Head Miss Martha Piatt
Bo-Peep Mrs. Otto Bristow
The Jap Doll Miss Edith Sullivan
s- The Talking Doll
e Miss Louise Sullivan
il Tackhammer W. Joel Smith
Clowns?Messrs. Hubert Cox and Ed*
h gar Owen.
>- Tickets are now on sale at Mc- \ A
Murray's Drug Store. jl
men. ^ \
; laid \ ^a>
Crofut & Knapps
$1.50 to $5.00 |
New Spring Underwear
trou?,le t0 "n(*the
pattern yon vant
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