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A large crowd attended Children's
Day at Gilgal Saturday and
th exercises were enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Cooper of Greenville, is visit-!
ing her daughter, Mrs. T. S. Palmer.
Miss Thelma Burnette of Johnson
S. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mason Wright of Darraughs.
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Mr. J. R. Richardson and daughter,
Miss Ruby, and Mr. and -Mrs.
Mack Wright spent Sunday at Mr.
M. B. Kay's.
The many friends of Mrs. J. B.
Sharp will be sorry to learn that
she is slowly improving. We hope
she will soon be better.
Mrs. J. R. Richardson and children
are visiting her parents, Mr.;
and Mrs. Joe Wilson of Greenwood.
Mr. C. G. Kay and daughter,
Mrs. Ernest Gordon, of Antreville,
spent Thursday iwtn bit. 01. u. jvay.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Wright and
Miss Thelma Burnette spent Tuesday
with Mrs E. J. Botts.
Miss Lizzie Sharp spent from
Sunday until Tuesday with her
mother who is sick it Mr. A. M.
Mrs. A. J. Morrison and children,
Miss Lila Morrison and Mrs. Ermie
Haddon spent last Wednesday with
Mrs. Joe Able.
Miss Lizzie Able and Mrs. Ermie
Haddon were shoppers i?i the city
Mrs. M. D. Wright and Misses
Annie and Louise Kay spent Monday
afternoon with Miss Lila Morrison.
Messrs. Clarence and Hoy Kay
were business visitors to the city
Miss Lizzie Able spent Sunday
evening with Miss Lila Morrison. '
Mr. Tom Hunter visited friends
Mrs. A. J. Morrison and children
have returned home from visiting
relatives and friends here for a
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haddon and'
children are visiting the latter's
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Richey,
George Morrison and James Had- ,
don spent Thursday with Willie and (
J. C. Nickles of Central. i
The members of Gilgal are ha'v- :
ing the church repainted and hope
to have everything completed by
the 24 for Quarterly Meeting, and
the barbecue dinner. The public is
cordially invited to come and bring
well filled baskets.
ON ALLIES' TERMS
Vexed Coal Question Finally
Spa, July 17.?The German representatives
signed the coal protocol,
drawn up by the allied representatives,
at 8:45 o'clock tonight,
thereby settling one of the most
difficult questions which has come
up in the present discussion. Signatures
were affixed on the document
after a four hour session at
the Villa Fraineaise, one hour of
which was spent by the Germans in
a cabinet consultation in an adjoining
There was a conflict over introduction
in the protocol of the menace
of occupation of additional Ger
man territory after October 15
next if German coal deliveries were
not up to the stipulated quantity?
6,000,000 tons by that date. The
allies decided to drop this clause
of the protocol below the signature
Then the Germans objected to the
preamble, which declared that the
decisions set forth in the decree had
been taken in common accord by
the allies and German delegates.
The Germans contended it was not
by common accord, but by sole will
of the allies, that any lurtner occupation
would occur. At this juncture
Dr. Fahrenbach, the German
chancellor sent for three of his
cabinet colleagues who were at the
German headquarters and called a
cabinet meeting. An hour elapsed
before Chancellor Fehrehbach, and ,
Foreign Minister Simons appeared (
at he conference room. After an ex- ,
planatory speech by Dr. Simons, all
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the delegates signed the protocol.
Before the arrival of German 1||
delegates today the allied powers gjf
completel their consideration of the g
distributions of reparations due g
from Germany. As finally adopted, jg
the reparations will be made on the |||
France, 52 per cent; Great Bri- 3
tain, 22 per cent; Italy, 10 per cent, g
Belgium, 8 per cent; and Japan and ?jg
Portugal, each three-fourths of 1 g
per cent. The remaining 6 1.2 per j||
cent will be divided between Serbia, si
Roumania and Poland.
BAN TO BE RAISED BY
FRANCE ON CERTAIN
KINDS IMPORTS 3 '
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upon certain imports into France S
instituted by the decree of April |'
23 is about to be removed except- KM
ing as it affects some articles es- 111
sentially luurious in character, ac- B
cording to the Echo de Paris today. B;
This action is to be taken, it says, fl
because the decree is considered to r/4
have accomplished its purpose of tgl
bringing down exchange from its g
high point. With the abrogation of B
the decree the customs taxes on a B
number of articles will be raised, in B
keeping with the rise in prices.
CANDIDATES COLUMN 111163
FOR CONGRESS "l
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w e are ituinun^cu uu aimvunvc ?o?
W. W. BRADLEY as a candidate Cfiroli
for Congress from the Third Con- of A1
gressional district who pledges him- and K
self to abide the results of the hy tl
democratic primary. Prima
I am a candidate for re-election t
Congress, su/bject to the rules of th
FRED H. DOMINICK. ^te :
SOLICITOR. rule <
We are authorized to announce
Senator J. Howard Moore as a can
didate for the office of Solicitor of
the Eighth district subject to the
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fewberry and promise to abi
le rules of tfie Democral
T. FRANK McCOR
are authorized to announce
ackwell, Laurens, as a canc
for the office of Solicitor
ightht Circuit, subject to t1
)f the Democratic primal
e pledges, himself to abide
of the primary.
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are authorized to announ
ALLACH HARRIS as a can*
or tr.e tiouse ol Kepresentatrv
iledges himself to abide the i
f the Democratic primary.
;reby announce myself a can(
or re-election to the House
sentatives from Abbeville Cou
1 agree to abide the result
R. H. McADAMS. ,
are authorized to announ
i J. Ashley as a candidate
ction to the House of Represe
s from Abbeville County. IV
y promises to abide the resu
e Democratic primary electi<
ny friends of HUBERT C(
y announce him a candidate
[ouse of Representatives fri
vllle County and he agrees
the result of the Democra
iry election. Friends
: are authorized to announce
heatham as a candidate 1
: of Court, subject to the ru
e Democratic party and
es himself to abide the resi
irreby announce myself
dute for office of Clerk
t for Abbeville County, and \
i the result of the primary.
J. L. Pen-in.
i are authorized to announce
DX as a candidate for Coroi
bbevile County. He pl'edj
ilf to abide the result of t
lereby announce myself a cam
for Sheriff of Abbeville Cour
e Democratic Primary, anc
e myself to be governed by t
and to abide the result of 1
FOSTER B. McLANE
reby announce myself a can
for Sheriff of Abbeville Com
e Democratic Primary, and
e myself to be governed by 1
and to abide the result of t
,ry. C. J. BRUCE.
reby announce myself a cam
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ty in the Democratic Prnmary, and tl
I pledge myself to be governed by
a the rules and to abide the result of .
the primary. J. N. BLUM J
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ns I hereby announce myself as as
de candidate for the office of Supervisor
of Abbeville County and agree to
abide by the results of tlfe Democrat- C
D is primary. D. Emory Newell. f
H I hereby announce myself as can a
ii- didate for Supervisor of Abbevill y
of County and will abide the result o
be the primary. L. W. KELLER,
e I hereby announce myself a candi- ^
date for re-election as Supervisor of ^
Abbeville County and agree to abide f
_ the result of the primary election,
ce W. A. STEVENSON
i I hereby announce myself a candi e
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date for Supervisor of Abbevill ^
County and will abide the result o
j. the primary. HUGH BOWEN.
of j SUB-SUPERVISOR
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of j We are authorized to announce is
A. C. BOWIE as a candidate for the a
office of sub-supervisor who pledges si
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le democratic primary.
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D. DUNCAN as a candidate for /xjjn
Sub-Supervisor of Abbeville County
le pledges himself to abide the re
ult of the Democratic primary. ' /
We are authorized to announce
ieorge W. Calvert as a candidate |g
or Sub-Supervisor of Abbeville
'ounty. He pledges himself to
bide the result of the Democratic " yJaB
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I hereby announce myself a can ' |
idate for Magistrate for the city o i.
ibbeville, subject to the Democrats -vl
E. M. BOND.
R. S. McCombs is hereby announc |!
d as a candidate for Magistrate a J?
ibbeville Court House afid pledge
imself to abide the result of th;
M. E. Hollingsworth is hereby '!
nnounced as a candidate for Mag*
itrate at Abbeville Court House,
nd pledges himself to abide the re
alt of the democratic primaries.
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