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Born in Abbeville, S. C., Septembe
4, 1920 to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Paschc
THE LATEST NEWS
Oh, here's a \vondei*ful story
There dwells in many a house ai
able bodied voter who does not fac
a mouse.?Louisville Courier Jour
JUDGE GARY SICK.
Judge Frank B. Gary is sick and i
confined to his room. Judge Prince :
holding the court in Anderson ove
which Judge Gary was to preside.
GOING TO UNION.
Mis? Louise McDill leaves Thur:
, day for Union where she will resum
her work as teacher in the Grade
schools. She goes by way of Coluir
bia and will spend a night with he
grandfather, Judge J. F. Lyon who i
imorovinc his friends will be glad t
Mr. Wilkins from Winthi-op Col
lego State Poultry Specialist, wil
give a demonstration on cuHuTJ
poultry, Friday morning at 9 o'clocl
in E. A. Patterson's poultry yard
All members of Home Demonstra
tion Club are urged to attend.
LISTEN FOR THE WHISTLE
Son Bill, our carrier, has discard
?d the use of his whistle during th(
summer months because the paper:
were generally delivered in the daj
time. The short days are coming anc
the little boy finds himself out aftei
dark. Here after you will hear hi;
whistle so come out and get you)
MATRON AT WYLIE HOME
Mrs. R. D. Purdy left Tuesday fo:
Due West where she goes to assum<
the position of Matron at the Colleg*
Home, the boys' dormitory of Erskin*
Mrs. Purdy is a fine woman, full ol
energy, pleasant always and wil
make an ideal'head for the position
Her many friends in Abbeville
while regretting to see her leave us
are glad to know that she has secur
ed such pleasant employment.
DUE WEST VOTERS
Several good women were down
from Due West today and applied
to the registration commissioners
in order to qualify themselves to
rote in the general election. Among
those who registered were: Mrs. Dr.
F. Y. Pressly, Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs.
Henry Bonner, Mrs. Dr. Lowry
Pressly, Mrs. Robert Brownlee and
Mrs. R. C. Brownlee. They are all
Germany,oar largest consumer of
low grade cotton has been out of
the market for the past six years on
account of the war and reconstruction.
In consequence an enormous
stock of this character of cotton has
accumulated and is practically unsalable.
I would advise the farmers
to take advantage of the open weather
and pick cotton and leave all
other farm work alone. If bad weather
comes in upon us the farmers
will lose thousands of dollars by
reason of additional low grades.
L. W. Tutt, Cotton Grader.
;[ VOTE FOR !
' f Who ought to be re^
i|| term because of efficie
:; He won last year 87 c;
ijj cases for the state. H
| duct the business of th
if time and the taxpayei
iCokesbury township, ]
Township?A Real A
VOTE FOR I
VISITOR FROM FLORIDA
r Rev. David J. Blackwell of Quincy, '
il Florida, is in the city visiting- friends.'pai
He has just returned from a stay of sit
several weeks at Montreat, N. C. and wi
will visit relatives in Due West and ma
Laurens before returning1 to his work (.h
: in Florida. Th
e TO RANDOLPH-MACON.
Abbeville will lose four of her q3
bright young students Monday when'jg
Miss Florence Neuffer, Miss Helen caj
Milford, Miss Elizabeth Gambrell, stc
is Miss Lena Belle Johnson and Miss
is Janie Vance Bowie leave us for Vir- m
;r ginia where they will enter Randolph-j
Macon College. i
These young ladies have always Co
taken a high stand in the High School rac
and they will reflect hnoor on their do
5" I parents and their home town in their de
e college careers. 4 !th<
WILL GET MUCH MONEY !
Sj Petersburg, Va., Sept. 7.?W. B.1 ce
jDavis of Hopewell has received a SU(
[letter from a law firm in San Diego ,en
j Calif., requesting him to report i
ithcre to claim $250,000 left him by- '
a lady whom he assisted two years j*r?
ago when she fell on the street. I 'ia
'' SEVEN BODIES FOUND I?*
' i Warsaw, Sept. 7.?Mutilated gai
".bodies of seven Russian women en-1
VnspH in a hemnen ba? were recent-! ,
ly found in Vladivostok harbor, ac-'we
cording to special dispatches re-IMii
ceived here. !da:
. PAPER CLOTHING IS tot
J ? SHOWN AT CAPITAL thc
[ x :*n
. Other Articles Made of Paper Also '"^i
j Exhibited?Suit of Clothes Costs
About 15 Cents in U. S.
Washington, Sept. 7.?Paper cloth-J sul
ing and other articles made from pa- fro
r per in Austrian factories were placed
j | on exhibition today by the depart-( \
jjment of commerce. JLater tne exniDn tio;
* I will be offered to clothing and other Flo
interested manufacturers for exami- <ya
f'nation. The exhibit includes work-;'
j! men's suits, a table cover, collars and I 1
cuffs, a laundry bag and a wall dec-jlesl
oration. One paper suit is quoted at the
32 crowns or about 15 cents in Unit- am
ed States currency, while another
sells for 120 crowns of about 55 *
cents. In the exhibit is also a suit far
jmade of 40 per cent paper which in)ore
j Austria sells at 575 crowns of about,'in
$2.65 in American money at thejdaj
present rate of exchange. I ?
According to officials of the depart-'
ment the garments are washable.
NEWBERRY VISITORS ?
Misses Louise Gibert and Margie ^
Guillebeau of Abbeville are visiting v
'Miss Ollie Folk in the Broad river J
section of the county. We were glad
to have a call from these young ^
!ladies on Saturday. The two from
.'Abbeville are granddaughters of *
Mr. Gibert, who was .school commis- c
sioner of Abbeville when the editor 1
jwent there as a young school teach'er,
and he issued our first certifi- r
cate which gave the right to teach j.
in the public schools of the state, c
and we were glad to learn that Mr. ma
Gibert is living and enjoying good c
j health and we expect to make him a j.
visit before long. It brings up pl?as- a
.ant memories of the long ago and ?
I we thank the vounir ladies for call- HE
,ing to see us and for the kind invi- t
Jtation to visit their home in Abbe- r
'ville.?Newberry Herald and News. c
warded with a second $ i
nt service as Solicitor. $ j?
ases out of every 100 ijj
e knows how to con- || 1
e court so as to save $ t
.-'s money. Born in | J
reared in Due West i|i|9-6
bbeville County Boy. |
7 i IvD'
NEWS NOTES j||
The Palace Folding Ladder Com- |g
ny of Greenville has secured a jjj
e just putside the city limits and ?Jj
11 erect a large building for the B|
mufacture of the folding ladder, g[
e invention of Frank DeSaussure, jjg
e Capital stock will be one hun- H
ndred thousand dollars.
The Cherokee Savings Bank at g|
.ffney which begun business in H
11 on twenty thousand dollars gl
pital stock, has Increased its jjj
>ck now to one handred and fifty M
>usand dollars and has moved to [j
>re desirable quarters.
W. A. McSwain, State Insurance g
mmissioner reports tnat tnere is m
>re than one hundred thousand |g
liars increase in revenues in his H
partment collected from fees for jg
i year 1920.
The American Chemical Society jg
Chicago has passed resolutions gjj
nsuring Congress for not passing jji
:h laws as would protect the Am- jff
can Dye Industry.
Clothing and other articles, made g
>m paper in Austrian factories jff!
ve been placed on exhibition in j =
ishintgon. In the exhibit is a suit, ?|
forty per cent paper, which will gj
1 for $2.65 American money. The flj
rments are said to be washable.. |p
Jack Dempsey, world's heavy I !fi
ight champion, who knocked out j 11
ske in a three round fight Tues-jBj
y received fifty-five thousand IB
lars as his part of the purse. The |j|
al attendance was over eleven g[
tusand and the gate receipts were ?||
round numbers oneh undred and ?g|
rty-four thousand dollars.
rhe Spartanburg street railway MM
npany wants a release from their jjj
eement to extend their line into jS|
>urbs and are asking an increase |?
m seven to ten cents fare. H
rhe farmers of the Pee Dee sec- fH
a are meeting this week at m
irence to form a Truckers Asso- ||g
n the Labor Day parade in Char- HI
ton Monday the Cooks Union and s
aundresses were represented B
ong the negro marchers.
Drangeburg As the noly County so a
to report the enrollment of col- I ;
d women. Only fifteen women |9
all had registered up until Tues- ?g
INTED?Thee adult pupils; pri- |g|
rate French lessons. Three days |gg
veekly. 7?8 p. m. Episcopal igj
itectory, Church St. 9-6-3tpd. fijf
R SALE?One brand new 6-room g|
Jungalow with all modern conven jjj
ences, on Magazine Street.
I?he Home Buuilding Corporation, jH
>ee T. G. White, Pres. 9- -tf.c jg
lNTED?A position as clerk, ex- |g|
i n.r i. s
leriencea. iveiereiice as tu uuneai-y,
ntegrity and painstaking to duties jg
an be furnished. Married. Have ?j|
11 family and could not make ?1
hange before Dec or Jan. 1st ow- p|
ng to present employment. Ad- pj
Ircss Box 42, Abbeville S C. 9-13t ?B
MSTITCHING and Picoting atachments,
works on all sewing ^
nachines. Price $2.00. Personal; lf|
hecks 10c extra. Light's Mail Or-1 Big
ler House, Box 127, Birmingham, |j|
Lla. 8-27.-9tc. Jj
NEY TO LOAN at 6 per cent
Simple Interest on Abbeville City |||
mproved residential property on U
i 50 per cent, appraised valuation
>asis, for 10 years or less time.
I. L. DARGAN, 703 Allen-Law
ildg., Spartanburg, S. C 8-27-4tc jgg
vNTED?Young women, ages 18 jg
o 30, to take nurses' training, si
^ ??, ??V1 1 flliftATI
JUcli'U, lUUllly iauiiuijr, luiuivn unu =
>10.00 per month. Graduates eligi- ?J|
)le for State Board Examinations. U
Address: Superintendent, St. ?1|
Gary's Hospital, Athens, Ga.
[ have car load of GalvanizedI
ofiing in transit that I am offering :1jg
sale, delivery to be made on aral.
-2tc. J. ALLEN SMITH, JR. gj
I The Rosenberg
! Dresses are com
We have already rec<
ments of Serges and Ti
16 to 44.
The styles are very attra
I are all wool; the tailoring i:
Prices are considei
i than last a
I . '
We have the exclusn
Dresses in Abbeville, anc
twenty five different styles
pie, at prices from $29.50
Coats and Suits
to arrive this
The Ladies are inviU
often as they like --1
Merc. Co IJ
finer ' "it
MANY I I
1 Store J ?
ing in aaiiy | j
jived several ship- I fj
ricotines in sizes | J
v - ' -j_J
ictive; the materials #1|;s
of the best. , 1
rably lower I
/e sale of Co-Ed I |
1 have on display S
; from these peor I
to $37.50. I j
will begin p
i week I
iSl to look as |
Vo obligation j ?