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' 1 PEACE OF WORLD BY .
x CONCERT OF NATIONS
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and cheering as he passed out.
The president was given a notable
ovation on rising to begin his speech
and some of the points that won re./
newed applause were his tribute to
the armies of the associated governments
and his declaration that peor-'
pie throughout the world wanted
peace and wanted it immediately?
V not, however, by conquest but by
A agreement of mind.
The distinguished government and
other officials received by the lord
mayor before the president's arrival
included Premier Lloyd George, Field
, v .Marshal Haig, Foreign Secretary Bal7
four, Admiral Sims, Former Premier
::j. '/. Asquith, Andrew Bonar paw, the
chancellor of the exchequer; and the
ambassadors of the principal allied
c": ' \ governments.
:'}; . After President Wilson's arrival all
- were grouped on the dais, the lord
. mayor in the center and the president
on his right next to the Duke of Connaught.
The royal artillery band in
the gallery played American airs,
rV.; ushering President Wilson , in with
jfe ; > the "Star Spangled Banner/'
v i In'the course of his speech the
I president declared the soldiers had
? . fought to do away with the old order
and establish a new one. The old
t', - order, he said, had for its center the
"unstable thing'* called the balance
.of power, determined by competitive
" interests, Jealous watchfulness and
arf a n tagohism of interests."
The men who have fought the war,
v ' he said, had been "men from free
1 pr- nations who were determined that
" ;tKs sort of thing should end now
^5 ^ The minds of the leaders of the
g? , British government, the president
p*/-;"' V ; said, were moving along - the same
gfe, ISnes as his own^and their thought
??.. had been that the key to the peace
K>;' was the guarantee of it and not the
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items of it The items of it he add,ed,
unless a concert of power stood
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Antreville, Dec. 28.?The Antreville
High School closed for the holidays
last Friday and the little folks
enjoyed to Christmas programme,
after which they received many presents
from a beautiful Christmas tree
The school is progressing nicely with
the following teachers: Mrs. Lang'don
Erwin, Mrs. Waymon Bowen,
Misses Winton Keaton, and Margarel
Bradley, and Miss Susie Stevenson,
Misses Althea Keaton and Genevieve
Anderson of Lander College, are
home for the Christmas season, anc
Miss Ethel Anderson from Winthrop
The following S. A. T. C. boys an
at home: Henry Bell, Nolan Bowen
tienry and 'Aioert nirwin, uari anc
i Elmore Suber, Leander Carwile anc
Boyce Wakefield, Clarence Crowther
Mrs. Ernest McCarter is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Marion, in Atlanta.
Miss Mary Anderson is visiting
her brother, Prof. George Anderson
at Clemson College, this week.
Mr. Prue Bell of Kentucky, u
spending sometime with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Burdette of Green
ville, are spending the holidays witl
their daughter, Mrs. E.N. McCarter
Mr. and Mrs. J. E.. Cheatham anc
bright little son, Archie, of Douglass
ville, Ga., are spending Christmas
with home folks and relatives.
Misses Susie Stevenson and Mar
garet Bradley returned to Abhevilli
tor the holidays last Saturday. <
We are very sorry that Miss Myrs
Williams, who is attending school al
N. C. I. Asheville, N. C., will nol
get to spend Christmas at home 01
account of the influenza situation
However, we wish her* merry Christ
mas there and hope she'will get t(
pay us a visit sometime in the neai
The' Christmas season appears t<
be a rainy season, yet to. the happj
and cheerful there is something ti
be thankful for always, and especi
ally are we thankful for Christ, th<
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Coats, at .... -$3.45
Coats, at 3.95
Coats, at 4.95
Coats, at 95
Coats, at 1.85
Coats, at 2.45
anrl Hrf a Prftl
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Prince of Peace.
Miss Lorene Cook of Lowndesville
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. J. Wakefield.
- Misses Myrtle and Valeria Crowtjier,
who have been away teaching,
are home for the holidays.
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(The A. R. Presbyterian.)
Miss Ruth Todd is spending
Christmas at home. .'
Miss Janie McDillj who is teaching
at Westminster arrived at home last
I Lieutenant Henry Brooks arrived
.fast week from Kelly Aviation Field,
, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moseley of j
1 Bluefield, W. Va., arrived in Due I
I j West on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. McKenzie ofi
; Abbeville, are visiting Mr. L. K.
Mr. L. Rice Henry of Clinton, is
t spending'Christmas with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Henry.
? Mrs. C. E. Todd has all of her children
with her except one, for^ the
i Misses Clarett and Alvice Henry,
who are teaching in Laurens county,
1 are in Due West to spend the holi
i Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Robinson will
spend the holidays with Rev. and
- Mrs. H. B. B^akeley, of Willington.
i Mrs. Helen Neal, and little daughrPlaann*
frnm Vincra Mnnntftin.
i Mrs. Mary Galloway McCutcheon,
t little John and Robert from Greent
ville, S. C., and Robert Kirkpatrick
1 and Margaret Kirkpatrick of Char.
lotte, reached Due West on Friday.
- They will' spend the holidays in Due
> West. . v
r Miss Margaret Lohgstreet of
Brooklyn, and Miss Julia JoKnson of
? Cincinnati, Ohio, of the Woman's
7 College faculty, are spending the
a holidays in Due West.
Mr. L. E. Henry and family of
s Level Land, moved to Due West this
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$9.98 Ladies Cos
$13.50 Ladies Cc
$27.50 Ladies' C(
:ty 1919 Calendi
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week. They occupy the Johnson
house on upper Main street, Mr. f
Henry has bought the house. We .
welcome them to town.
Rev. M. R. Gibson is spending a
ten days furlough in Due West. He j
is being transferred from Camp Se- a
vier and will take up Y. M. C. A. a
work at Camp Jackson following the x
Rev. W. H. Stevenson, who is en- t
gaged in Army ^Y. M. C. A. work, s
with headquarters at Blue Ridge, N. c
C., is at home this week. He has i
been requested. to report at Park
Field, near Memphis in a few days j
as a building religious secretary. 1
FACTS AND FIGURES
Clemson College, S. C., Dec. 17.?
1. The Food Administration seems
to prefer hogs weighing around 210
for shipping abroad. Hogs of, about
that size will probably command a
2. Storage cellars for vegetables
need a 900I temperature. 11 tftere
is a furnace in the cellar, partition ]
off the space for storage.
3. One cord of mixed wool, well
seasoned, has the heating value . of ]
one ton of average grade coal. _
4. A hen that does not lay 100 j
eggs a year is a losing investment. <
If every farm had 100 hns laying
100 eggs each, there would be sixty ,1
billion eggs annually Mn the United ]
5. The South, on home grown ,
feeds, can produce 'beef and pork ,
cheaper than the North. i
6.. Rats destroy $200,000,000 ]
worth of food annually. Destroy the (
7. Considering the saving of la- ]
bor and the reduction of loss from ]
disease by marketing hogs at 7 to ]
9 months instead of keeping them a ;
year qr more, the advantage is near- ]
Iy always with the more , rapid ]
8. No other animal equals the ;
sheep for Converting weeds and
waste into food and clothing. There
ought to be a bunch of sheep on
a and Miss
it Suits, at....$ 7.98
>at Suits, at.. 11.00
3at Suits, at.. 18.50
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ESTATE OF PATRICK LEE.
fotice of Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge
Tak< Notice that on the 6th day of
anujuy, 1919, I will render a final
iccotuit of 'my .accounts and doings
.3 administratrix of the estate of ,Patick
Lee, deceased, in the office of
'udge of Probate of Abbeville Couny
at 10 o'clock a. m., and on the
ame will apply for a final dis:harge
from my trust as such admin*
All persons having demands ajainst
said estate will present them
'or payment On or before that day,
jroven and authenticated or be forever
CARRIE MO ONE Y Administratrix
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
V County of Abbeville.
Court of; Common Pleas.
3ALLIE GRAHAM, and others.
MATTIE LOU LINK and others,
By authority of a Decree of Sale
ay the dqurt of Common Please foi
Abbeville County, in said State, made
in the above stated case, I will offei
for, ggb^at Public Outcry, at'Abbeville
C. H., S. C., on Salesday in Jan
aatfltoA. D., 1919, within the legal
hovunf of. Bale the following describec
Ian? to wit: All that tract or parcel
of ||nd situate, lying and being ii
Abbeville County, in the State afore
said, coi^gimng One Hundred anc
Nine (109) Acres, more or less
consisting of two (2) separate par
:els to wit: No. 1, containing Sixty
liine-^#*)".Acres, more or lefts, anc
bofcrf8S9a?y lands of Mrs. Fannie E
Hagan, J# A. Gilli$m, John McDill
Robert/?rown and Mrs. W. A. Lee
No. j^eontaimng rorty I4u; Acres
morl^r-lesa, and botmded by landi
f Mrs. 'Xi W. Jones, Mrs. W. A. Lei
and Mrs. Fannie E. Hagan.
TERMS OF SALE?CASH. Pur
chaser to pay for stamps and papers
THOS. P. THOMSON,
Dec. 17, 1918. ' Matter A. C., S. C
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$16.50 Ladies' Long
' $19.50 Ladies' Long
; $24.50 Ladies' Long
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Pet Up the Old Car?Like 13
Humans, It Will Respond 4flfl
to Attention |
The right battery means 1
a new lease of life fl
can't afford to throw ..jfl
away that car just because I
a sluggish battery won't let.it fl
deliver the good miles that H
are stiil in it. fl
Not this year. . fl
The right battery ?the Eye* B
ready Storage Battery ? will 9
prolong the satisfactory use of I
your .old car?not-only this fl
- year, but 'till you have secured I
y the full milage it was built to jfl
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Come in and read the fl
Eccready Storage Bat- JR
tery Guarantee?a year < .
and a half?and we're 2B
' . . here to make good, . <
| CITY GARAGE I
l OfficUI Erermmdr S?rrfc?S tation FraVTwlfac H
rCovtM?iS?rTictia4 GurutMd Sipitti', -,H
on all standard makas' of Starts' Battarka.
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tig Coats I
Coats, at..$ 6.95 I j
? Coats, at 12.50 ||
; Coats, at 14.50 ||
: Coats, at 16.50 K
New Year. I
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