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Misses Pauline and Sallie Hunter,
Messrs. Wilton and Arthur Hall and
Mr. Edd Martin of Pendleton, spent
Snnday very pleasantly with Miss
< Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erwin ' and
three daughters, Misses Sallie Scott,
Minnie Sue and Evelyn, of Sharon,
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Erwin. Master Thomas Erwin
returned home with them.
Mrs. J. C. Holleman, Mrs. Myrtie
Cook and son, Saxon, of Springfield,
are the guests' of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. I
Mr. Henry Bell has completed a
Easiness course at Lynchburg, Va.,
and is at home for a vacation *
Miss Zula Suber has returned home
firom the Winthrop .summer school.
Miss Annie Bell is teaching a summer
school in Greenille county.
Mr. Denward Shirley of Lavonia,
is spending several days with his
friiend, Archie H. Keaton.
Mrs. R. C. Knox and three chil^
iren Mary, Roscoe, Jr., and Charles
f Knox, of Atlanta, are spending this
week with relatives here.
Misses Lorene Cook, Pet Haw
tfcorne, Mary Bell and Martha Cook,
of Latimer, are the guests of Mrs. S.
Mrs. George Anderson and Miss
LoeOe Skelton of Anderson spent
, last Thursday with Mrs Clyde Sharp.
Mr. and Mrs. Motte Keaton and
daughter, Lettie Pearl, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Knox entertained
the young folks at a lawn party
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie MeElrath
entertained the young folks at a party
A good crowd of people saw the
pictures shown at Antreville. Satur
iay night, representing work being
iaae in rural sanitation and health.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Burdette and
son, and Miss Cook of Greenville
Tiiated relatives here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Bowen
', and Miss Pope of Atlanta, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Jehu Bowen.
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I FOR SALE?Good dry pine stove
wood. Price reasonable. Prompt
delivery. Phone R79-2. 7,3-2tc 1
FOR SALE?Six room house on
Cfaroh street. Electric lights, i
"waiter and sewerage. Extra lai^ge
fat See Dr. Neuffer. 8-3 c. *
TO THE PUBLIC?I will be glad to :
prepare lunches, suppers and other
/ * ' refreshments for any one entertaining
at the country club. Con
jult me as to menu, service and <
jricea. Mrs. J. P. Bradley. 2t
STORE-ROOM FOR RENT?Best J
location in Abbeville. Immediate
possession. Low rent. Address Box <1
A C(o Press and Banner. 7,22
" FOR SALE?The farm where I now <
fire. 35 acres well improved land.
Cood water. Necessary outbuild- ]
iags. Fine location. For . price and
terms see R. C. WILSON, Abbeville,
S. C. 7, 13-4ton Wed.c. j
TOR SALE?Best quality cream at
69 cents a pint, also fresh eggs.
Phone 1. Mrs. D. A. Rogers. 4-ltf
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pnedeu treasure is gone! j:
How?this very moment YOUR
?|U nay need the help of rightly
By careful examination we can tell
|M their exact condition.
DR. L. V. LISENBEE
3Ste 278 Ret. 388 ?
3 1-2 Washington St.
Over McMurray Drug Co.
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
(Decerning Giaasea Coat No More)
MARKET DAY SUCCESS
Some Request That It Be Held Twice
A Week.?Moves Inside.
Next Tuesday will be market day
again, and from all indications the
institution is to be a success. Miss
Ruth Crowther, home demonstration
agent, who was active in the institution
of the market, says that calls
were numerous for products that
Were either not supplied or had been
sold out early. She says that i?uch
more can be sold than has been
brought in on any previous day. So
satisfactory has the project proved
that many have asked that market
day be held twice a week.
The market is scheduled to open
at 8 o'clock. Miss Crowther says people
who arrive at that time will be
much more likely to dispose of theii
supplies without trouble. The womer
of the city always arrive at the market
early and it is rare that they will
make a second trip if they do not
find what they want the first time.
Next Tuesday the market will be
held in the store room next to the
Eureka Hotel, just below E. F. Arnold's
garage. This will make for
greater dispatch in making purchases,
as well as simplify the matter of
possible rain When the market is
held in the open square.
Miss Crowther wishes it emphasized
that only the best of everything
is wanted to be put on sale. She
says that the highest class products
must be furnished at all times if the
market is to continue to be a success.
To insure fairness to all parties concerned,
Miss Crowther has arranged
to have a committee of women at the
market Tuesday to grade everything
brought in. This will insure uniformly
good products and a stabilized
price for things of the same grade.
The demonstration ^genjt also says
that it is desirable that all purchasers
should bring containers to take home
whatever they buy. The market has
no facilities for furnishing bags and
V SANTUC V
Miss Lizzie Sharp is visitirig relatives
in the Cold Spring section.
A large crowd attended the show
at Central School house Thursday
Mrs. W. rF. Kay and children spent
Sflinnvlov rari'fVi Mivj .M Fl Wvmtif
Several from this community attended
the picnic at Cold Springs
Mr. and Mrs. James Haddon and
children have returned home from a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Richey at
Mr. W. H. Sharp and Mr. M. B.
Kay and family were visitors with
Mr. W. E. Morrison and family Sunday.
Misses Marie and Janie Belle
Boyd recently visited Misses Lillie
and Mamie Milford.
Mir. Roy Kay was a visitor in Abt>eviUe
Miss Willie Richey, of Donalds is
fisiting her niece, Mrs. James Hadion.
DECREASE IS ANNOUNCED
IN BIG PUBLIC DEBT
Leas By 206,000,000 In J?ly Than in
June, Treasury Officials
Washington, Aug. 2.?-A decrease
>f $206,000,000 in the public debt
luruig ouiy was aiiuuuuucu wuuay uy
the treasury. The total gross debt
July 31 stood at $23,771,000,000,
:ompared with. $23,977,000,000 June
50. Officials said the decrease was
sxplained by retirement of treasury
:ertificates of indebtedness and. the
operations of the sinking fund during
July, while no new issues of government
securities were offered during
Behold the Bill Collector!
Behold, the bill collector goeth
forth to collect and collecth not.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow
hrm all the days of his life.?
Behold, the bill collector goeth
forth to collect, and?ftndeth the
man he wished to collect from, out
after him with a bigger bill than
Behold, the bill collector as he goeth
forth to collect a bill, but don*t
allow him to behold you.?Georgian.
COLUMBIA LANDING PLACE
FOR AIR MAIL ROUT!
Chamber of Commerce Receives In
formation that Route Leads
Through Capital City
Columbia, Aug. 2.?According t
information received at the Coluir
" ,bia chamber of commerce from Cap
1 D. S. Seaton, assistant to the chief o
1 information of the air service, Waal
ington, Colwabia has been selecte
1 for a government landing field on
1 proposed aerial route from the ni
1 tional capital through the South t
' Sap .Diego, Cal.
- Government officials will make
survey of the situation at an earl
1 date and send in a report of it i
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2tir uiuviaio in ?v aauiii^bvn,
! There are two fields in the piro:
' imity of Columbia , one being tl
1 new and Kttle used field at the rif]
range at Camp Jackson, and tfc
' so-called Emerson field, a little lei
> than five miles from Columbia o
the Garner's Ferry road, which ws
! used 'by the government during tl
1 was as. an aviaton field.
The camp field was said some tim
' ago by army flyers to be "rough an
soft," though it may now be in
proved. "Emerson field" has bee
i declared ideal (by high officers c
the air service. It is about 800 c
900 yards in length by 275 in widtl
is" of excellent consistency, smoot
1 and well turfed with Bermuda gras
i It is marked in whitewashed stor
1 with a large circle.
. The chief drawback to the lattc
- named situation is that it is not th
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i. vately owned and leased for the ne>
' i year to a private air-waft corpora
tion. At the end of the year th
1 field is desired by the owner, Fran
Hampton, for agricultural purpos<
: ibut Mr. Hampton says for consider*
i tion he will agree to the goverr
i ment's using the land as a flyin
The war department's informal
as to the distance of the field froi
Columbia namely eight miles ws
! slightly at fault, thfe five mile po*
? being just beyond the field. Th
Garner's Ferry road is paved t
within a few hundred yards of tfc
site at present and the work of pa^
ing the road to Eastover is well ur
der way aikeady and this sectio
should soon be all hard surface.
(Continued from pfcge one)
Ashore a troop of cavalry forme
a presidentiail guard of honor an
imany organizations including a uni
of British marines from the Cam
brian marched in the parfcde whic
passed in review before Mr. Hardinj
and his party.
The President's tiope that Ply
mouth Rock might become a sbrin
for all free nations was echoed ii
brief addersses by Wlliam H. De
Beaufort, charge of the Dutch lega
tion at Washington, and Capt..Syd
ney H. Bayley, naval attach of th<
British embassy there. Vice Bresi
dent Coolidge who was not scheduler
to deliver an address, satisfied th
demands of the throngs by speakinj
briefly. Secretary of War Weeks al
so had a place in the speakers' stand
The exercises, indeed, were turn
ed into an "old home week" cele
bration when, at the word of thi
chairman that they were to b
closed, the crowd called loudly fo
Vice President Coolidge, Senato:
Lodge, Major Gen. Clarence R Ed
Wards and Secretary Weeks. Presi
dent Harding first brought to thi
front personally the senior Senato
Leaving tonight aboard the May
flower, the President and his part;
expect to reach Portland, Maine, to
morrow morning, and there take au
tomobiles for Lancaster, N. H.
where they will spend the remainde:
of the week resting at Seoretar;
Weeks' place and sight-seeing amonj
the White mountains.
ENDS WITH BULLE1
(Continued from page one)
wan battle, which resulted in thi
deaths of seven private detectives am
three citizens was in Welch to atten<
court at the time. Her marriage t<
Hatfield was solemnized two week
after the death of Matewan's chie
C. E. Lively was the "surprise" wit
ness for the prosecution in the trial
^ conducted in connection with the _
death of Albert C. Felts, director of
the band of private detectives who
had been sent to Matewan for the
purpose flf evicting miners' families
from the houses of a coal company.
This trial was the culmination of a
o street battle i*i the West Virginia
i- mining town one year ago last May
t. 19. When the battle started that af>f
te^noon the detectives had completl
ed theit work and were on their way
d from the hotel at which they had been
a stopping to. the railroad station near
i- by. Immediately after the acquittal
x> by a jury that hald listened for many
weeks to testimony iir the case, Hata
field and the co-defendants returned
y to Matewan.
Shortly tnereaiter natneia was removed
from the office of chief of po^
lice, and'immediately elected as constable
of the Magnolia district, an office
he retained to the time of his
*3- Although only twenty-six years of
n age, Hatfield's name was known to
13 almost every West Virginian, and to
ie many persons outside the State, on
account of frequent pistol episodes to
ie which he had been a party. He was
a one of the witnesses recently called
l: by the Senate committee appointed to
n investigate the industrial conditions
in the Mingo coaffields.
BIG STEEL PLANTS
8. INCREASING OUTPUTS
Youngstown, Ohio, Aug. 2.?Steel
nlowfa r\? "Vnntirvof/Mirrt /liefriflf frt
;i yiaii?/?3 wa i?iiv xuuu^jwvnu uioix ivb wie
day began a week of decidedly in-'
i- creased operation with open hearth
rt steel production at about fifty peri
cent per capita, considerably better
>e than for many weeks. Blast furnace
k idle since'May 11 was put in operas,
tion by the Sharon Steel Hoop com- i
pany n>aking se\^&n furnaces active
i- out of 47 in Mahoning Valley, Ohio,
g and Shenango Valley, Pa. Rolling
mill and sheet mill operations wer^
it increased at all the large plants. The
n Carnegie Steel company's schedule
ts for the week is for 85 percent operaJt
tion at its Ohio works here and ine
creases were made in the schedules
o of the Republic Iron and Steel com- t
e pany and Brienhill company.
I Rocf I
; AMOS B. MORSE
Rosenberg Mercantile Co.
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ORGANDIES, VOILES, SILKS '
These dresses are all cleaii and fresh. ;
The styles are new and the range of
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lwiui o a Lti. at ui v x xijlo uuiv v/n-viu j vu
an opportunity to save money on
your vacation wardrobe, and should
appeal to you from the standpoint of ^ j
an investment. It is our aim not to .
carry over a single dress, so we are
offering this reduction in season.
Yon arp invited to come in and be
Terms are cash, and Dresses will
not be sent out on approval during
this sale. Let us show you.
Rosenberg Mercantile Co.
Frmr Stnrps Manv Deo't. Ill