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a part of the Holidays in ureenvi
with their home folks.
Miss Nelle Hunter of Clinti
spent several days last week h<
with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hipp.
Frank Padgett of Anderson, v
. in the eit^ several days last wt
with his friend, Neil Swetenburg.
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Miss Clara Baer of Atlanta, is
the city on a visit to Miss Gertrc
Calvert and other friends.
J. TL Cochran returned to Wayn
ville, N. C., Saturday after a f
days visit to his home folks.
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Miss Mary Laws on Link is in Sp
tiftbiixg on a visit to Mrs. Joseph
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Miss Alberta Clinkscales left t
^ week for Hartsvilie to resume 1
work ?tewbef at that place:
Lewis O: Glinkscales leaves
* Spartanburg today, where he \
tkke up hia sfcbdifes at Wofford C
' Uge. ^ . ;
^ Mias Annie Hill has tethrned
^ her school In* Qr?mVflie aftef spei
ing tJft holldajrB With her home p
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Mrs. Friilk Evans df Sparta nibu
is irate on a r&itto Mr. and Ii
George White, Sr., and other rc
> tives. /,'
Miss Rath Calvert returned to 1
school at Pinewood, S. C., Sunc
after spending the holidays with- ]
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Miss Leola Hannon left Sane
^ for her home v in Charlotte af
^ spending a week here with Mrs. J
i S. Cochran.
^ . Mrs. D. A. Dewey and Walter I
^ * j Cord went up to Greenville and spi
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. CI:
..*/ Mr. H. J. Power and Miss A
Mae Power of Brownlee, spent 1
week in the city with the family
> Mr. W. L. Power and other relath
Sergeant Amos Mortfe spent
holidays at home with his fath<
family. He is statioiied at Ft. Mc
'^sh,. Loredo, Texas. He leaves M
L day to join his regiment.
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1 Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Maultzby
turned to their home in Bennei
ville Sunday after spending Chr
mas here with Mrs. C. B. Elugh t
Fraser McDill has been home o;
short vacation before returning
his work in Columbia. He is j
out of the army and goes back t<
> better job with the Columbia T<
phone Co., than he had before. 1
signing of the armistice caught Fi
er in mid-ocean, and his ship ^
turned" around and headed for hoi
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STRrPPED HIS GEAR.
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'w. ' . TTHMV PVO^IATT rivaantnllA afr*
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was down among the rougfi b<
from other streets, one day just
fore Christmas. He heard that Lie
eg ant Longshore had been aware
the Croix de Guerre. He rushed
the street of quality to spread
^ news, and by the time he read
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Col. Kerr's mansion, ne torn it i
vay; "Mr. Longshore shore
whip the Germans some. He \
worse than Wardlaw Lyon. He i
.j x them so fast that he stripped
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l , The subscription rate to The Pr
5 and Banner u now f 2 per year.
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*." : personals :
Andrew McDill is at home afl
an extended stay in Columbia.
Miss Louise McDill has reutrned
. > Kelton, in Union County, where s
Igk is a successful teacher.
| Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alien sp(
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V SOCIAL NEWS. V ai
There "was a very pleasant dance vj
\t the home of Miss Maggie Brooks a]
.Saturday night, complimentary to (j]
he young men in the 59th Artillery m
3and, who were in town for the un- 2\
furling of the service flag. fj
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Coleman en- jj
tertained at a delightful Christmas e(
ter dance Wednesday, 25th, in honor of e]
their guests, Sergeants Smith, Tis- w
dale and Martin of Battery B, 60th
to P; A., Camp Jackson. yj
The evening was most enjoyable, b,
and especially festive because of jj
Christmas decorations, charmingly a]
dressed young ladies, and uniformed sj
lie young men. x ^
Those enjoying the dance were:
Misses Margaret Bradley, Mary and
an, Sara Haigler, Ruth and Victoria
?re Howie, Terry Anderson, Susie Mdbry,
Mary Hill Harris, Mary Greene, h
Mrs. E. C. Lucas, Mrs. D. T. Smith m
/as and Mrs. W. P. Kennedy, Lieuten- d;
:ek ants Albert Rosenberg, Frank Leslie,
Sergeants Smith, Tisdale, Martin, ai
Privates Leslie, Hughes, Smith; is
in Corporal Morse and Sanford Howie tt
ide and James Coleman. a
Miss Ruth Beeks entertained four- _
teen of hfer young girl friends at a gry
delightful six o'clock dinner last Fri- I
day evening, in honor of her guest, !r
Miss Susie Leamon of Cross Hill. I
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m Those invited were: Misses
Mildred finrhraTK "Eva Brown. Comal F
Phillips; Marion Wilson, Howard Hill
^ g Alice Cheatham, Victoria Howie,
ier @wen Bristow, Janie Vance Bowie, Catherine
and Ada Faulkner, and F
Mrs. W. A. Harris entertained at
!0j_ foul* tables of Rook last Friday after- noon
at hfer home on Ellis street in V
honor of her niece, MisS Coma Philto
lips, of Columbia; A delightful salad
a<j_ course was served after the i games,
eo_ by little Miss Frances Hiil, to the
following yoUhg girls: Jfls^es Coma PhilipSj
Mary Grebne, Helen Milford, fc
Tgf Floffence Neuffer, Mildred Cochran,
r_ Lvdia Owen. ^Marion Wilson^ How
,la_ ard Hill, Victoria Howie, Gwen Bristow,
Susie Leamon, Ruth Beeks, Janie
Vance Bowie, Catherine and L
lier Ada Faulkner.
tier * SWEDENS THREE.
Among the notable visitors in Ablay
beville during ' the holidays were: _
ter Sergt. Sidney Ellis Smith of Iowa, ?
Sergt. John W. Tisdale of Oregon, 1
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and Huckleberry Finn,
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(id Sergt. Miles A. Martin, of Ten- I
esse, who were the guests of Mr.
id Mrs. M. T. Coleman for a four
The three Sergeants are members
I the regular army and wear serice
stripes for duty at home and
aroad. Sergt. Smith was in the;
rive at Chateau Thierry and as aj
ember of the Field Artillery of the
nd Division helped to save Paris
om the invading Hun. Sergt. Smith
at home as an instructor at Camp
ickson. Sergt. Tisdale was stationI
in Honolulu prior to America's
itrance into the world war and
ears three service stripes.
Sergt. Martin also wears three ser-!
ice stripes and was one of the first
oys to enlist for service#in Mexico,
is record is enviable and commendMe.
Many social attentions were
lown the soldiers three during their
isit to Abbeville.
THE SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT
What was by far the best show that
as visited Ajbbeville in several
tonths, was presented on test Satur-!
ay night at the Opera House, i
"The Brat" is everything that it is|
ivertised to be, and Manager Kay:
; to be congratulated on being ab^
i cwiirp aiirh a hich class attraction i
b this time,?as there are very few'
ich organizations on the road.
Oft SAL*E:?tiouse and lot near the
square. Apply to T. G. or W. H.
WHttfe. ' ; 12-31-tf.
OR ANY KIND OF TIN WORK?
or Radiator, work, see Jenkins, the
tinner. Shop next door to A. M.
Hill's Stdre. 12-31-3t Pd.
/AN"tEDr?Seed Cottori at the highest
market price. See me on the
square, or 56 Church St., Jno. T.
Sutherland, Abbeville,, S. C.
? / St . 1
;OST:?Opal Scarf Pin, on Christmas
Day. Return to F. E. Harrison
at Fattrtets' Bank, and receive reward.
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.OST:?Friday, Dec. 20, on the
streets of Abbeville, Gentleman's
Gold Ring, set with Sardonx; W.
W. W. stamped inside. Finder will
please return to Press and Banner
Office and receive reward.
Jngraved Cards and Invitations at
.'he Press and Banner.
ements of Our Attraction*. Hp
: TOM" I
re# of Tom Sawyer 1
from Mark Twains M
XJNT" picture and I
ood to see it. i
OF HATE" 1
' picture. See Fri- ||
ley Chaplin) 1|
^ GOOD TIME" I
Sennett Comedy S
Our entire Stock of Coats, Suits,
and Millinery has been re-marke<
Splendid Values?These Suits foi
All Suits on hand must be disi
immediately. The great reduct
J . have made on these will insure ac
ing. Choice of the season's pop
orings and a variety of attractive
After Christmas Clearance of
All th6 wanted colorings and su
I ' r
i ing fabrics as velour, cheviot, sj
I and broadcloth are represented. !
I ' ' . ' ? ' , ' spection
is advised as the extrerm
1 erate pricings insure prompt cleai
DRESSES REDUCED '
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. i ney are wen duapicu iur wc<
> sioii, and because of limited spa<
J mediately. ,. ,,,- ?;
$19.-75 Dris&es,'Reduced to $13.17
* 24.75 Dresses, Reduced to lfe.Sd
r 26.00 Dresses, Reduced to 16.67
27.60 Dresses, Redueed to 18.33
No Ready-to-Wear or TMilline
J. M. ANDE
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29.75 Dresses, Reduced to 19.83 < -I
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Dresses, Reduced to ?- 21.67 .>
35.00 Dresses, Reduced to 23-33 .
37.50 Dresses, Reduced to s 125.00 ,
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