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Miss Lizzie Abies of Santuc was;
shopping in the city Monday.
W. R. Mundy was a business visi-J
tor in the city Saturday.
J. D. Bel! of Iva was a business
visitor in Abbeville Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Penney are|
takirig their vacation this week.
Mi's. E. A. Loden has returned
from a visit to Toccoa.
Miss Sarah Harkness of Sharon
was shopping in the city Saturday. J
Mrs. C. A. Milford is spending a
few days in Hendersonville.
Bayard Swetenburg is spendig a
fpw davs with friends in Lancaster. ,
Ed Stevenson began his work
this morning with the L. W. White. !
Mrs. C. T. Schram of Fonville
spent Saturday in the city shopping i
Mrs. C. O. Nickies of Hodges spent
a few davs in Abbeville last week.
Miss Sarah Mundy has returned
to her work in Greenwood alter having
been at heme for some time.
Alton Deadwyler of Atlanta is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Raines,
near the city.
Mrs. H. L. White of Greenwood is
spending this week with her parents, (
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Culbreth.
Miss Olivia Hortcn of Manning is
spending some time in the city with
Miss Margaret Harrison. i
Mr. and Mrs. R. Glenn Kay of.
Elberton and Miss Grace Kay of
Anderson are spending a few days
with Misses Essie Lee and Elizabeth
McCord on Magazine street.
THE PROSPERITY of thi
on the turning of its indi
ing of our wheels depend:
[The funds ih the city
and your neighbors?upo
their dollars in stroiicr bar
c;i! inlerests In develop 1
The bunks receive in
! Fend lo turn our wheels, i
flip your part in the trnnsn
Keep your dollai
^ while earning
THE N A T I O
jj OF ABB
|| "Happiness A ]
m The first year of r
Sj is the hardest, aft*
H get used to it.
Miss Ruth Woodhurst- is expected J
home tonight from a visit to Missi
Charlotte Telford in Cornelia, Ga. i
G. D. Campbell and R. B. Fergu-^
sen, Jr., spent the week-end in
T. E. Link has returned to Green-j
ville aftera visit to his brothers and.
sisters in Abbeville. 1
Miss Elizabeth Bowen and Car-!
lisle Bates spent the week-end with :
Miss Eloise Hipp in Pomarla.
Miss Emily Rhett, who has been ,
visiting Miss Mary Milford, returned
to Hendersonville Saturday.
Mrs. Annie McAllister and daughter,
Miss Julia, are spending this!
week with relatives in Ware Shoals. |,
Mrs. H. Q. Tolbert of McCormick
is visiting: Miss Hamlin on North j
Mrs. Herman Benton and little' l
daughter, Mary Louise, returned
from a two week's visit to South
Port, N. C., Sunday. ij
Miss Hannah Roche has returned
from Washington, where she has
been visiting her sister, Miss Annie
Misses Ethel Perry and Margaret
Penney are at home again after
spending some time with relatives in c
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson and
children of Columbia spent the
week end with Maj. and Mrs. J. D.
Fulp. / i
Misses Margaret and Eugenia
Swetenburg have returned from v
Peak, where they have been visiting
friends and relatives for some time.
Mrs. R. M. Brewer and children, '
whc have been visiting l^er parents, ?
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Duncan, left yesterday
for a visit to relatives Jn Kentucky
before returning to her home J
Hughes returned Sunday
from a visit to friends at Clemson
college. Accompanied by a friend 1
the trip was made by automobile.^
Notwithstanding the roads were bad i
they report a most deligntfui time,
which was no more than was to be expected
because of the charming at- ,
traction at the other end of the line,
s City depends largely upistrial
wheels. The turn- \
s largely upon ar Banks. s
's banks depend upon you
n all citizens who place ,
iUs which loan them to lolome
terest for the munev they ;?
ind they pay you interest !c
rs turning wheels
NAL BANK |
ALMAGE _ GE
la Mode" THI
Harried life Whose
er that you 0(?,
Miss Eiile' William? spent the
week-end in Sharon with her parents.
Mrs. Motte Gilliam of Sharon was
shopping in the city Saturday.
Mrs. H. W. Boyd of Calhoun Falls
spent Saturday in Abbeviile.
Bob Greene has returned from a
tip to New York and Washington.
Miss Annie Greer of Spartanburg
is visiting Miss Mary Quarles Link.
Miss Lillian Gregory of Williamson
is the guest of Miss Mary Aiken.
Mrs. W. L. McMillan has returned
from a visit to Campobello.
AvtVmr Mr>rvnw of Anderson is
visiting his sister, Mrs. W. E. Owen.
Your help is needed to make Abjeville
the city it deserves to be.
Boost for Abbeville or buy a
Mrs. J. A. McDill is visiting Mrs.
f. Fraser Lyon at her summer home
Mrs. F. E. Harrison and children
(. turned from a visit to Columbia
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Greene and
hildren have returned from Waynea'ille.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Johnson and
tfiss Lillian Richey spent a part of
^9 past week in^Atlanta.
Mrs. J. D. Fulp, accompanied by
ler sister, Mrs. W. H. Phillips, is
isiting in Atlanta.
J. A. Schroeder, Jr., of Atlanta
pent the week-end in the city with
lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. Stuart Miller and children,
tfabry and Margaret, have returned
rom a week's visit to relatives .in
M rs. W. M. Castleman of Latimer
eaves tomorrow for a two week's
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rIV Iltri SJSLC1, JUS, 1. u oavrtgc,
n Millport, Ala. f
Traveling men say that when the
streets of Abbeville are finished that
she will be the best paved city of it^
size in the Pidemont section.
With good streets, good roads and
ivith every man with his shoulder to
;he wheel, Abbeville and Abbeville
:ounty will grow as the proverbial
n*een bay tree.
Dr. and Mrs. A. R ? Guyton are
'isiting the home folks at Williamton.
This is the first visit home
ince they took their friends by sur>rise
and went off and got married,
t goes without the saying they will
>e given a most cordial reception on
heir arrival at the old home. They
i.xpect to return to Abbeville today
n T3 :n
luia. reiiney win eiiLeiiain
;he Bridge Club Friday afternoon at
PICNIC AT HOPEWELL CHURCH
There will be a picnic at Hopewell
church, Friday, August 20th.
There will be County Campaign
speaking and the public Is cordiallj
invited to attend with well fillec
)PER A 1
? sheddeth man's
by man shall his
od be shed"
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1 can be checked and the
pain relieved by (he use of
Take a dose every three :
*n* four hours until relieved.
directions; with each
"Ask Those Who
Have Used It."
Kor Mild Disorders of'(lie
Slinnach and Bowels.
i I ASPIRIN !
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Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is J
! genuine AsDirin proved by millions i
! " *
! and prescribed by physicians for!
over twenty years. Accept only an j
unbroken "Bayer package" which
contains proper directions to rei
lieve Headache, Rheumatism, Colds,
j and Pain. Handy tin boxes of 12
1 tablets coat few cents. Druggists also
sell larger "Bayer packages."'
Aspirin is trade mark Manufacture '
Monoaceticacidester of Salicylica-1
W ANTS I
FOR SALE?Large old fashion 1
horse apples. $1.00 ( per bushel. '
Phone 21 on 212. 2t. pd. j
GREAT BARGAIN?For quick sale,
fpn tons slichtlv damaged Bran
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Shorts, at a bargain. S. J.
LINK. * 3tc.
for hardware store and for grocery
store. The ROSENBERG
MERC. CO. 8, ll-tfc.fj
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FOR SALE?Four' parts of C. B.
Xay's plantation, Honea Path, S. i
('. Write or phone 360. Abbeville,
S. C. !
FOR SALE?House and lot on
hairier Street. AUo suit of fur-j
niture, oil stove, etc. Apply to1
I tr? r? r> 575.3 :
:>irs. v./. yy iir-u.i, i iivjii.
rings. It. pd.!!
LOST?One Huntingburg two horse'
j wagon without body, been used J
about six months, 3 or 4 small'
holes bored through rear axle, j
Wagon was taken frcm rear of:
our store some time during lastr
i week in July. Any information1"
' leading up to recovery of same will J
I be rewarded. Hall Investment C<\\
Cecil B. DeMille's Proc
Don't Change Your Hi
Which is the worst, a
uncombed hair or hus
un shaved face? Now
untidy neglectful husbi
Watch him get it
YOUR R E C
HOW DO YOU KI
The old gentleman who kept
cult couldn't have found the r(
Kqually transient and much mo
teni some people follow of ke
in their heads.
The truly efficient and easy wi
dl' financial transactions is to (
cniint with this institution.
INTEREST PAID ON SAV
"The Friendly B
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Every one is a hit?and you'll call for ai
"ALL STAR " One-Step \
"HY'NDRl" Fox Trot/
Victor Double-faced Record
" LOVE NEST'' Medley Fox'
"A YOUNG MAN'S FANCY " Fox"
Victor Double-faced Record
I Don't' Miss These Two Comic
Gems from "APPLE BL<
Gems from "IRENE"
Victor Double-faced Recon
" TIDDLE-D^E-WINKS "
t'l LOVE THE LAND OF OLE
By Billy Murray and Pearl
Two irresistible records?each with a
i Victor Double-faced Recon
We will gladly play these and a
New Victor Record* f
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The Democrats should remem- ? .
ber a mixture of wet and dry maKes
mud.?Greenville Piedmont. ner"
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and! "THE BREED
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his accounts on his
icord n very lasting
re tedious is the syseping
their accounts v
ly to keep a record
)pen a Cheeking Ag- -rrI
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i cncore after one trial. 1
By All Star Trio '
rrotl By Joseph C.
I"rot J Smith's Orchestra
I 18678 - '
: Opera Records
1 35697 v,|
By Billy Murray )
> BLACK JOE!!
'ess Quartet #
, distinct appeal. D
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or Auguit x n
)RUG CO.- j
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ix every li::e
r buggies, phaetons and other
iges. There's more. There's ;i
)ility and strength that means
and satisfactory service. If you
to buy a new carriage you ca;>
lo better than to secure one of
ENT COMPANY ,
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