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: personals :
iunes R. McCombs was here
rsday on business. He is a prosus
farmer near Santuc.
, S. Marshal C. J. Lyon was here
nesday looking after his farminterests
in this county.
r. D. G. Mahon is working for
tile at McMurray's since Dr. Mcray
has been sick.
iss Jense White is rapidly rering
from an attack of diptheria
e home of her father on GreenStreet
Ipt. J .L. Perrin was called to
nnah Wednesday night by the
ess of his son, John L. Perrin,
is at Ft. Screven.
s. R. E. Hill has been notified
e death of her sister, Mrs.
ower, at Canton, Ohio, which
red last Friday.
s. Augustus Eigenmann, of
ta, is in city spending somewith
her daughter, Mrs. W. S.
e, who has been quite sick with
oonia, but is better now.
L. M. Strawhorn, of Groggy
js, was a visitor^to the city on
day. He is one of the progresdTTno-pa
in hia' sprtinn. and buvs
in Cleckley was in the city on
lay, telling how some of the
solicitors cleared up their voiir
canvassing by using some
flu medicine. They left him
enough to cure a bad cold.
Chalmers D. Haddon, who has
n the city several days .on a
o his mother, Mrs. Wm. H.
left Wednesday for Fort
orpe, where he enters the
ig camp for war service.
F. E. Harrison has been conto
his home on Church Street
peral days by sickness, but his
s will be glad to know that he
IuvxiJg. x liej avpc uv occ uuu
a few days.
and Mrs. Fred Hill are recovrom
the flu. On account of
g, Mr. Hill's market has been
for several days. The anment
that it will be opened
I means something to eat
Louise McDill is at home foi
riainder of the "flu" quaranuiss
Louise has been teaching
tn county and her school has
losed for the past two weeks,
I that time she has been visit
Ing her friends.
I. Sondley, who was called tc
fton on account of the sickDr.
and Mrs. Harvin, rehome
ances Harvin with her. Dr,
s. Harvin have recovered
i attack of the flu.
j McKee, Jr., the automobile
as in Abbeville Thursdaj
couple of handsome Haynes
nch he was willing to pari
Lthe proper provocation. Mr
I was accompanied by Mr
exander, of Laurens.
Ind Mrs. S. A. Pressly, oi
1st. accompanied by Mrs
I, Mrs. Pressly's mother
re Wednesday afternoon
ne down to give young Miss
the two months old daugh
first view of a big live town
tter from the Oconee Coun
r boy in this issue, will b<
?t to a great many peopl<
t. Carmel side. "Mr. Russel
perly with the well-knowr
John W. Morrah & Son, oi
pel, and has many friend:
pe people who traded wit!
Wm. Henry Sharp and Bascomb
Kay were business visitors to th?
city Thursday. Mr. Sharp brought
four and a half dozen eggs to town
for sale, and considering the present
prices he thought it better to bring
Mr. Kay along as a guard against
The family of Mr. R. L. Dargan
> has been one of the heavy sufferers
from the flu. Mr. Dargan and his
wife have been confined to their
homes for several days. Having no
one in his store to assist him, Mr.
Dargan was forced to close for several
days, and is still closed. He
hopes to be out shortly however,
and will be ready to serve his
Mr. Joe L. Evans, who went up
to Virginia some weeks ago to work
in a Munitions Factory, has returned
to the city, being unable to get
along with the line of chemicals with
which he came in contact. These
chemicals are so hurtful to a great
many people that they are not able
to work in the factories, and Mr.
Evans proved to be one of those subject
to the harmful effects of them.
EATING THEM UP.
Mrs. M. A. Russell has received
the following letter from her grandson,
Louis Lawson, who it would
seem would be the proper man to
"eat up" the Kaiser.
Dear Nin and Gram:
Will be home Sunday morning?
TToiro o P T n /^inn or oolo^
c* UIVJ ouiuuj
fruit cake, (not ginger cake with
raisins,) pickle, without all the dirt,
(spices), in it) roast and potatoes,
candied potatoes, fried chicken, hoi
biscuit, ham and eggs, coffee, bananas,
oranges, grapes grapefruit, apples.
You might as well put the extra
leaves in the table cause you sure
better have everything that I mentioned
above and more too anything
that I may have skipped you can jusl
put that in too.
Louis holds a responsible position
with the Southern Railway in Cblumbit.
He is 18 years old, and though
entitled to exemption by reason ol
having dependents, and on accounl
of his occupation, he has volunteer
ed and been accepted as a membei
u? uie iTxarmcs.
Mr. Ralph Adams and Miss Edns
; Wardlaw surprised their friends bj
1 being married Wednesday afternoor
1 23rd, inst. The ceremony was per
1 formed at the Methodist parsonage
at four o'clock by Rev. J. L. Daniel
after which the bride and groom lefl
' for a short wedding trip.
Mrs. Adams is the only daughtei
1 of Mr. David A. Wardlaw, *who re
sides at the five mile post on the Vi
' enna road. She is a bright and vi
; various young woman, who has manj
friends among the young people ir
Abbeville who wish her every happi
ness. Mr. Adams is a prosperous
" young business man of sterling char
> acter, and exemplary habits in life
1 He is to be congratulated on his
THE WOLF IMPROVING.
Bob Wilson, the medicine toter
for Bowden-Simpson Drug Co., i:
still sick with pneumonia, but is im
' proving. Bob's fever went up tc
| 107, but that is only about two de
grees above normal for Bob..
No colored man around Abbevilh
( has more friends than the Wolf, a:
r he calls himself. All the little boy;
know him and like him, and he ii
. the beau for all the dusky bells wh<
frequent our streets on Saturday af
ternoons. Everybody likes Bob anc
many inquiries have been made ai
'o his condition, and everybody ha:
p hoped, and are hoping, that Bob wil
"ive to marry again, a habit of his.
It pays to be good.
5 SOUTH CAROLINA CASUALTIES
The following South Carolini
names were on the casualty list yes
5 Walker Kirby, Gaffney, died o:
>! disease; Ernest Lee Reid, Pelzer
1. Wounded; John B. Murray, Cheraw
i ' wounded; Lieut. G. C. Pruitt, Cal
fjhoun Falls, wounded; Lieut. E. C
j Bellinger, St. George, wounded
l Lieut. Thos. D. Lake, Jr., Laurens
. - 3 <V;
> RULES FOR MAILING
CHRISTMAS BOXES OVERSEAS
l Only one package may be sent to
. each man, enclosed in a standard
, carton furnished by the Red Cross.
Cartons will be furnished to chapters
by November 1st.
No parcel may be mailed after
l Nov. 20th. The label issued to the
i man overseas by the Army Authorit
ties and forwarded by him to some
relative or friend in this country
, will entitle the holder to apply to
the local Red Cross organization
. for one carton. The package with
, contents must be delivered to the
Red Cross unwrapped and unlabeli
ed to be inspected and weighed,
wrapped and labeled and mailed,
with enough stamps to pay postage
, to Hoboken, N. J., which will be
20 cts. from Abbeville.
No package may weight more
; than three pounds. No written mes!
sage may be enclosed. Certain ar
11 tides prohibited by the postal authorities
must be omitted.
,1 Unless you receive a label from
I your relative or friend abroad you
.! can not send a package.
J After parcels are inspected and
j labeled they must remain in the cus!
tody of the Red Cross representa|
tive until they are mailed.
In the event of a Christmas label
j being lost, no duplicate can be issued.
This rule can not be altered
( by anybody. Label must bear name
and address of soldier.
For further information, call on
. J. S. Cochran, of the local Chapter
i Red Cross, Abbeville, S. C.
,! WAR BRINGS
; Suppose you had a brother. Sup????
, puac, iuu, tuac yu\jL iiauii t seen wiat
| brother for years and years, since
'your boyhood in Russia. Just imagiine
then, how joyous you would be
; if after you have been sent to camp,
: a man whom you had never known
t'before had located that long absent
brother for you. You can then appreciate
the gratitude that was con11
veyed in a most ungrammatical mes '
sage to the Jewish Welfare Board,
i "I write you. I am a Jewish soll
dier. I am by this camp. Here is by
; us in camp, the tent of the Jewish
Welfare Board with two represen
tatives who do very good work for
i the Jewish soldiers. I write you what
| they do for me. They find for me
! a brother I have not heard from for
i 16 years. I appreciate it very
r EUGENE GARY OVER THERE
;! All his friends in Abbeville, and
i especially his friends among the
I small boys, will be interested to
j know that Eugene B. Gary, Jr., has
J arrived safely overseas, and is in line
to see active service up towards the
' front. This news comes to Abbe1
ville in a card to his parents, Chief
1 Justice and Mrs. Eugene B. Gary.
TO OPEN MONDAY.
j Having had to close my market
j on account of sickness, I wish to
j inform my patrons and the public
generally, that the same will be
opened for business again on next
j Monday, the 28th inst.
Fred S. Hill.
- Mr. S. J. Link has issued invita),
tions to the marriage of his daugfc-jter,
Miss Leila L. Link, to Paul Bonj
r.er Kennedy, which will be solemi
nized at the First Presbyterian
3 Church on November fourth, at four
3'o'clock in the afternoon.
J WM. PERRY DEAD.
7VTv* Wlllinw a-T fVio A KKo.
J 1U1. TT llltaill X C1I VI
j ville Cotton Mill village, died at his
gihome on Monday night at 10 o'clock
2! from pneumonia, and was buried at
! Long Cane cemetery the following
day, funeral services being conduct!
ed by Rev. J. L. Daniel.
Mr. Perry was a son of the late
| John Perry, of Abbeville County,
j He was a brother of Mr. Bob Perry
1 j of this place. He married a Miss
"jFinley, who along with five children,
| all boys, survives him.
THE COTTON MARKET.
Cotton was selling on the Abbe
ville market yesterday at 30 1-16.
!. Fancy cotton brought a few points
more, but this was the prevailing
i, price. The price of cotton seed was
EXTRA WAR NEWS. cj
London, Oct. 24.?The Allies have V(
agreed to terms to an armistice, ac- ni
cording to information obtained here i te
Washington, Oct. 24.?Marshal p
Foch, together with American ^and g]
allied commanders, left by President C(
Wilson to apply armistice terms, I ?
kav? n unnn a rmirtA fjinfn. ? .
mount to Germany's unconditional |
surrender, if they are accepted. '
From an authoritative source it!
was learned today these terms are
essentially as follows: w
First: Evacuation of Alsace-Lor- -y
raine. i al
Second: Evacuation of Prussian j ^
Poland. 1 ^
Third: Cessation of all munition g(
making to be insured by committees
of allied officials who will be install- n
ed in all factories at Essen and other g
Fourth: Surrender of the subma- jr
rine fleet. i ^
Fifth: Occupation of all German | ^
battleships by allied naval officers. ^
Precautions were included to pre- j _
vent Germany utilizing the armistice j
for manufacture of war material
vith a view to continuing the fight
should peace negotiations fail.'
in ! If . 1 . 1 1_ 1J
ttrmsn aispaicnes icaay imu par-, b
ticular emphasis on the naval re- j V
quirement of an armistice, to limit j
German sea power and guarantee
against future naval outrages.
Secretary Daniels refused to make F
any comment on the British messages
or to give an^ outline of what
American terms are in this respect.
HUNGRY RUSSIA F
CRYING FOR HELP
Look to America to Prevent Wholesale
Starvation of Non-Combatants
Stockholm, Monday, Oct. 21?The
last of the American Red Cross
workers in Russia reached Stock-j
holm today, after a four day trip j 5
Let Us Show You
om Petrograd. The party consists i
f Maj. Allen Wardwell, Capt. J. W. i
.ndrews and Dr. M. Davidson. 1
Captain Andrews' illness detained 1
le party in Russia after the depart- i
re of the other members of the Red i
ross but now is much improved,
he Bolsheviki showed the Red
ross party every courtesy, and
resident Sverdloff of the Russia
ed Cross and many Bolsheviki offi- ^
als sought to obtain the assistance 1
? the American Red Cross to pre- .
jnt the wholesale starvation of 8
on-combatants in Russia this win- *
The Americans looked after the
itente prisoners at Moscow and
etrograd after the departure of the
itente missions and relieved the
mditions of many unfortunates in
ussian jails. Major Wardwell and
is associates are especially anxious
? have food supplies sent Russia for
risoners and children who are pubc
wards and are facing starvation.!
United States Consul Leonard, j <
ho held the post at Astrakhan and 14
ice Consul Burr were both in jail!?
t Moscow when the Red Cross par-' <
j left, but the Norwegian legation ,
as been assured that they would]]
>on be released.
They have been prisoners for ]
early two months and have underone
great privation. (
Food conditions are rapidly grow- j
lg worse in Petrograd and Moscow. .
.lthough the Bolshevik press say ,
lat the retirement of the Czechs j
rom the Volga districts will make WANTS
/ANTED:?Eggs at 60c. per doz., ,
also some good, nice, fat hens.
EUREKA HOTEL. 10-25-lt.
OR RENT:?Three unfurnished
rooms on Parker Street. For further
information apply to MISS
julia McAllister. 10-22-tf
OR RENT:?3 unfurnished rooms.
A couple without or with very
small children preferred. Phone
62 or No. 1. 10-22-lw-3wks.
L. NELSON, Abbeville, S. C.
Junk of all kind
Rags, Rubber, Bags
and Banner Company /
hey A re Prepared toFi
larcourt & Company's
ed Business and Society
Engraved Cards of A11K
At Reasonable Prices
it possible to obtain grain from that
region, no supplies are reaching the
iwo cities as yet, probably because
;he peasant organization will not
release grain to the soviet government.
MISS COTHRAN IMPROVES
Miss Margaret Cothran went over
:o Chester last Monday afternoon
making with her little' Miss Bessie
Cothran, who was operated on fo*
ippendicitis, the operation being en;irely
SHJf' ML I
IUtOTBD STATB0 \
1 young stallion, weight 900 lbs.
I 1-2 yrs. old, color black, 3 white
.Jeet with star in face. This colt is
>ired by "The Midget," he by
'Searchlight," Dam "Floride Patch;n"
she by Joe Patchen, 2101 1-4
1 Bay stallion, 16 mos. old. same
jreeding as above. Price $175.
These are two h ndsome well bred
:olts?on dams si- are grandsons of
the famous "Joe Patchen" 2101 1-4,
ire both pacers and pure gaited and
with proper handling will develop
into speedy horses. Any further information
as to breeding and individuality
will be gladly given or come
and see B. HARRIS,
10-22-2t. Pendleton, S. C.
ESTATE OF MRS M. I. BASS, Dec'd
Notice of Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge
Take Notice that on the 1st day of
Nov. 1918, I will render a final account
of my actings and doings as
Administrator of the Estate of Mrs.
Margaret I. Bass, deceased, in the
office of Judge of Probate for Abbeville
County at 10 o'clock a. m., and
on the same day will apply for a final
discharge from my trust as such
All persons having demands against
said estate will present them
for payment on or before that day,
proven and authenticated or be forever
BASS and RED,
i wish ' j
ands J |::