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: ipersonals :
W. C. White of Atlanta was in the
ity today on business.
E. H. Longshore of Newberry is
pending a few days in the city.
Mrs. Langdon Wilson spent
'uesday in Greenwood.
Miller G. Smith of Anderson is
i Abbeville today visiting friends.
Mrs. Mary E. Dantzler of Hodges
visiting Mrs. J. C. Ellis this
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Huckabee of
.owndesville spent yesterday in Ab
J. A. Hill leaves Monday for
Lnderson to attend the United
Itates court as a juror.
Mrs. Ella Clinkscales and Ed-j.
yard Clinkscales of Monterey were
n town today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Speed went|
o Greenwood Wednesday and1
pent several hours.
Mrs. J. D. Fulp is home after a.
feasant visit to her friend, Mrs. J.,
I. Morgan of Greenville.
Mrs. W. C. Reedy of Columbia is'
n Abbeville for a visit to her father, I
dr. C. A. Haigler on North Main j
Wistar Harmon of McCormick is
n town tonight to attend the com
nencemeat exercises at the Opera
JL?r. ana Mrs. w. u. narpei
Charleston are expected in the city |}
oday to spend sometime with Mrs. j,
. C. Ellis.
Miss Allena Mabry of Florence isj
n the city visiting her mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Mabry and her sister, Mrs.
Stuart Miller. ,
Miss Mary Keller of Abbeville i
;pent sometime in the shopping dis
rict yesterday afternoon.?Anderson
Misses Marjorie and Virginia Hern- .
Ion of Elberton are in the city for ^
i visit of two weeks to their aunt,
Wrs fins Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wilson and j
children of Williamston are visiting!!
their sister, Mrs. B. S. Reames on
Mrs. L. W. White returned from
Newberry Wednesday after a
pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs.
<Mrs. C. S. Henerly of Orange
burg co?nty is spending a month
with ker mother, Mrs. Ella Clink
scales of Monterey.
Mrs. B. F. Swetenburg leaves
Monday for Clemson College where
she goes to attend the graduation
of her son, Richard Swetenburg.
Miss Musella Weeks came home
from Winthrop College today and j
will 6pead the vacation with her
parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. L.
Eugene Galloway has returned
from the Presbyterian College at
Clinton and will spend his vacation
in Abbeville with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Galloway.
Wallace Wardlaw of Augusta, Ga.,
and Mrs. S. E. Moragne of Bordeaux,
are expected in the city this after
noon to visit Mrs. S. M. Wardlaw at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Mrs. A. B. Cheatham and Missi
Naritta Cheatham of Charlotte, N. (
0., who are spending the summer,
-antli rplfltivftS. ST>ent !
[several day9 this week with Mr. and i
Mrs. P. A. Cheatham. 1
i i -- - .
Miss Jennie Mae Nance of the Due'
West Woman's College is in Abbe-,
ville spending a few days with Miss
Henry Perrin of Atlanta has been '
in the city for the past several days
Visiting amuilg ins rciawvco. "c
making headquarters at the home of
his uncle, Mr. W. F. Perrin. 4 J
J. O. Crowley went to Athens, '<
Ga., Wednesday to attend the com-1
mencement exercises at the State ]
Normal College where his sister, j
Miss Jimmie Crowley, graduated i
this year. 'j
OMAR, WEST VIRGINIA.
John Mitt Seawright from near!(
Antreville left Abbeville this morn- ^
ing over the Southern for Omar, West ,
Virginia where he expects to take a
position as bookkeeper.
TOOK B. M. DEGREE
Miss Nona Barksdale arrived in
the city Wednesday from Coker
College at Hartsville, where she
was a post graduate this year tak_
ing the B. M. degree.
OFF ON A VISIT.
Mr. W. F. Perrin and his charm
ing little daughter, Miss Ada, and
Mr. Henry Perrin leave Sunday for
Bishopville for a visit to Mr. Thos.
Born in Columbia, May 31, 1922,
to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Duncan, Jr., 1
(nee Miss Kathleen Patterson) a *
son, W. J., 3rd.
NORTH CAROLINA VISITORS ^
Miss Lulie< Whitaker of Infield,
tf. C., and Miss Mattie Williams of
Sreensboro, N. C., will arrive in the
:ity tonight and will spend some
time with Mrs. W. L. Peebles onj*
GOING TO CLEMSON.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilson and
Miss Marion Wilson leave Monday
for Clemson College to attend the 1
graduating exercises. Weber Wilson <
inishes this year in mechanical and
\*TTENTION HUMANE SOCIETY. 3
The streets of Abbeville resounded
.vith the wailing and weeping of
school children Wednesday morning, >
vhich attracted the attention of some 1
)f our humane citizens. With grave ;
concern they questioned the little (
)nes as to the cause of their grief
;o be informed that their teacher
Miss Lilla Ketchin of the first grade
iad just taken the train for her home
n Winnsioro. With streaming eyes
ind loud cries they passed through J
:he square to their different homes, s
ind older heads turned away with a ?
augh to hide their real feeling. j
Dixie, the fine bull dog given by,I
"Cousin Percy" to Hugh Bradley at }
Christmas time, got himself run over ^
by an automobile one day last week \
and died Thursday. He was care- -v
fully doctored by all the boys in the}s
neighborhood and given a funeral j
which was attended by his sorrowing
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Mr. Weeks will preach Sunday atr
] 1 o'clock on the subject, "The Sub-1
lime Enterprise." The evening ser_ J (
vice will begin at 8:30 o'clock and ^
the subject of the sermon will be, j
"Where Are We Drifting."
Owing to bad weather the Sun-j j
day School has been below its aver-j^
age for sometime. All the teachers
are urged to make speoial effort to
get out a full attendance next Sun-'
The Wednesday night prayer
meeting will begin at 8:30 o'clock
next Wednesday night. The subject
will be, "The Privilege and Power
HULlINfcSS IVltt. 1 lfNVj.
G. W. Sorrow is conducting a tent
meeting of the Holiness Church at
the Mill which began last night and
will last for ten days or two weeks.
Services will be held every night at
7:30 o'clock, and 11 a. m. on Sun
fnl fnl fnlinl HC3Gninlfn1/rnrril fnlfnl 1
MRS. NICKLES ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. J. R. Nickles entertained her
friends Wednesday afternoon at a
ielightful party. The house was dec
jrated in sweet peas, dahlias, nas
turtiums and pansies, making a med
ley of brilliant color. In the parlor
tour tables were placed for the play
ng of rook and in the living room
ind dining room were thirty-two la
lies enjoying bridge.
' On each table were dishes of mint
Don bons made in the shape of the
:ard symbols in pink and white. Af
;er the games refreshments of salads
ind tea were served.
Myo ArrVior nf Cedartown. Ga..
and Mrs. Belle Alston of York were
;he out of town guests.
Mrs. Nickles was assisted in re
viving by Mrs. C. H. McMurray,
Vlrs. E. R. Thomson, Mrs. Addie Mc
Murray and Mrs. Charlie McKenzie.
MARKERS AND MONUMENTS
Mrs. William Whitney of New
Fork has been in Abbeville for sever
al days during the past week visit
ng ainereni poinw 01 iihcicm, m mc
;own. Mrs. Whitney is interested in
;he erection of a suitable marker at
;he birthplace of John C. Calhoun
md while here formed the Calhoun
The D. A. R.'s of Abbeville are
naking arrangements to put a mark
>r in Fort Pickens to preserve the
lite of the old Fort built by Govern
>r Pickens. The style of the marker
vill be a round column with the
jroper historical inscription.
LIBRARY HOURS CHANGED
Beginning Tuesday, June the 6th
he Library hours will be from 9
o 11:30 every Tuesday and Friday
Mrs. Marion Brawley, Mrs. Ham
3eatty and Miss Thomas came
lown from Greenville Wednesday
ind spe-nt the day in Abbeville,
rhey came to bring an old colored
servant who lived in Abbeville
,'ears ago and nursed Frank Nick.
es of the People's Bank, and long.
?d to see "her white folks again.
- i- i 4.~i ~
Hie II1U5U Iiuve Lajven a umiiv ux
vater out of the old public spring
jack of the city hall, in her youth,
vhich dooms a wanderer to return
?ven from the onds of the earth.
\nyway that was the legend.
DELIVERING THE GOODS.
Francis McLane was one of Miss
>Iary Anderson's pupils at the graded
chool this year, and wanted the High
Sheriff to get him a box of candy to
>resent to his teacher the day she
eft for home. Sheriff McLane told
brands to come by the office on his
vay to school and he would have a
>ox of candy ready for him, telling
u'm t.n hp sure to kiss his teacher
rood-bye, adding that Francis might
ciss her good bye for him too, to
vhich the youngster replied: "Papa,
;he comes right by the Court House,
rou kiss her yourself."
AUGHTRY FOUND GUILTY
Columbia, June 1.?Theodore
\ughtry of Columbia was today
Found guilty of manslaughter in
:onnectior. with the killing of Silas
aladden, for which he was indicted
He will be sentenced later to_
iay. Aughorty killed Gladden fol
lowing a quarrel over a dish one
family had borrowed from the
Jther, the two families living in
the same houses The jury was out
from 8:40 last night to 11 this
HAVE A SMALLL
R. E. COX
HONOR ROLL FOR
The following is the honor roll of
the city schools for the ninth month:
jFijrst grade?Highly #isjtingui^h
ied: Willis Bruce, Bryson Evans,
Chisolm Hill, Nicholas Leslie,
George Levi, Woodrow Pettigrew,
Stewart Thomson, Harold Wilson.
Distinguished: Harold Bond, Alex
Chalmers, William Evans, Dearrell
Ferguson, John Neuffer, Lewis
Owen, Fuller Reese, Ralph Scott.
Second grade?Highly dis
tinguished: Adelaide Philson, Sara
Neuffer, Roy Gilleland, Eva Polia
koff, William H. Hill, Louise Levi,
Rebecca Smith, Elizabeth Stephens,
bara aprouse. Distinguished: Eliza
beth McCord, Branny Lyon,
Charles White, Clifford Zimmerman
Ida Gaston, Mildred McComb,
Francis Welsh, Ralph Wilson, Wil
Third grade?Highly distinguish
ed: William Cheatham, Prank Daw
son, Mary Maxwell, Sara Hall, Eu
genia Swetenburg, Edward Roche.
Distinguished: Guy Botts, Archie
Brown, Mary Nanco, Eli::a?beth Pet
tigrew, Ruth Thomson, Viola Tur
man, Dale Welsh, Mary Louise
Benton, Benie Evans, Lois Hicks,
Mamie Lewis, Marnie Reese, Sara
Williams, Charles Bruce, Manning
Bauknieht, Walter Ha^en, Edwin
McCuen, William Wilson.
(Fourth grade?Highly distin
guished: Jan? Harrison, David Lee
Gampbell/ Margarety Culbreth,
Helen Gambrell, laude Neuffer,
Martha Lewis, Ruth Mnndy, Annie
Rogers, -Florence iSprouse, Frances
Wosmansky, Malbry Miller. Distin
guished : Ollie Belle Frith, Eliza
beth Ferguson, Norma Flynn,
Sadie White, Lucia McCord, Wil
liam Martin, Helen McCurry, David
Simmons, Ruth Eakin, Ovelle Gil
liam, Frances Johnson, Cassel Fer
Fifth grade?Highly distinguish
ed: Henry Power, Sam Shiver, Lil
lie Pruitt, Sarah Smith Distinguish.
ed: Edna Clarke, Emily Morse, Vir
ginia Starries, Marie Hicks, Doug
lass Guy, Jack Sutherland, G. W.
Walker, Harold Bell, William Daw
son, Eddie Thomas, Mary Chal_
meo"s, Lillian Coleman, Sairah
Evans, Charlotte Reese, Sara Thom
son, Edna White.
Sixth grade?Highly distinguish
ed: Martha Calvert, Ellen Carter,
James Fulp, John McMurray, Adair
Aiken, Josephine Barnwell, Jean
Milford, Estolle Lyon, Mary Nor
wood Perrin, Minnie Ella Sweten
burg. Distinguished: Mabel Brad_
ley, Susan Minshall, Mabel Richard
son, Nona Tutt.
- Seventh grade?'Highly distin
guished: Louise Uldrick. Distin
guished: Sara Uldrick, Mary H.
Ferguson, Margaret Flynn, Alma
Gaston, Anna Jones, Ernestine Mc
Cord, Graco Roche, James Graves,
John Harrison, George Telford.
First year?I^Lghty distinguish
ed: Elliotte Coleman, Margaret
Harrison, Mamie Bell Milford,
Rachel Minshall, Ruby McCord,
Ada Perrin, Thelma Russell. Dis
tinguished: Bill Greene, Mark Haw
thorne, James McComb, Lounelle
Bowen, Edna Dawson, Annie Jack
son, Ellen Nabers, Kathleen Lo_
Second year? Highly distin
guished: Ellis Poliakoff, Virginia
Cochran, Frances Gilliam, Lucy
Highsmith, Judith Hill, Lillie Mil
ford, Fannie Mae Mundy, Virginia
Wilson. Distinguished: Allen Wil
son, Sara Edwards, Mary Sweten_
'burg, Jennie White.
Third year?Highly distinguish
ed: Grace Milford. Distinguished:
Sarah Sutherland, Marion Wilson,
Deborah Owen, Elizabeth Lyon,
Mary Shaw Gilliam, Caroline. Chal
mers, Helen Cromer, Alice Cheat,
'Fourth year?Hghly distinguish
ed:Ada Faulkner, Maria Neuffer.
(Distinguished: Edwin Barksdale,
Bill Cox, Billy Long, Fred Min
shall, Gilbert Nabers, Austin
Roche, Georgo Smith, Addie
j Bowen, Gladys Brazeale, Cecelia
j Chalmers, Ruth Coloman, Gladys
j Edwards, Lillian Grubb, Elizabeth
J. D. FuId, Superintendent.
SUNDAY MORNING SUBJECT
Rev. J. C. Solomon will preach
at the Calhoun Falls Baptist church
Sunday morning' on the subject,
"Some Hindrances t? Church Pros
if Unless you learn how to S.
j| vere handicap in life's stru
jl This Bank will be glad to
11 save successfully?drop in
Privilege Tax This Year Drops Off
Columbia, June 1.?South Caro
lina farmers used a great' deal
less fertilizer this year than last, ac
cording to the privilege fertilizer tax
paid to the state treasurer. This year,
from January 1 through May 31, the
tax money is $23,656.15 below the
amount for January through May of
The tax is 25 cents a ton and this
will show that the tonnage for the
present year is far below that of
1921. The tax collected from July 1
to May 31, 1921, the fiscal year, was
ron jay Jun
NIGHT 8:20. ON
ADMISSION .. ..
"ALL FOR ONE,"
In this production "Doug"
of his life?and registers Mi
the great, outstanding succ<
His is a remarkable, clear
novel of Mediaeval Franco.
This tremendous film is the
wre of years on Fairbanks'
^ ceded to be the most strikii
ii= entire history of. literature.
NOTICE?" Sometime a<rn
paid $1.00 to see Dou
of the FINEST PICT1
miss it when it comes
DR. C. H. McMIJ]
This Marks The
Beginning of Your
Real Life Struggle.
raduation is but the begin- }
ing of your true 4 4 higher j;
AVE you will suffer a se- 1
tell all Graduates how to
any time, SOON!
TkT V T> A "\TT7"
The Harding* Have Returned
Washington, May 30. ?The 'Pres
ident and Mrs. Harding returned t?
Washington early today on the
yacht Mayflower in' -which they left
Saturday with a party of friends
for a weekend trip down the Chesa
peake Bay. Perfect weather condi
tions were said to liave prevailed oa
the last night of the cruise and the
president refreshed by the bi??f
rest afforded, went idreetly to the
white house from the navy yard
$165,726.41, as compared with $125,r
084.89 for July 1 to May 31, 1921.
A difference of $40,041/89 exists, the
1922 figures dropping off consider
e 5th & 6th
DAY AT 3:30.
E SHOW ONLY.
25 and 50 Cents.
1 V preserip
r Gr+hur Cdexon
ONE FOR ALL''
has achieved the ambition
rith it. what is by all odd*
ess of his career..
cut portrayal of the noble
hero of Dumas' amazing IS
happy culmination of a de
part to enact what is con
ng and heroic figure in the
' I was in Spartanburg, and
O'Ijig Pair^ante in
3RS" and I think it i6 one
JRES EVER MADE. Don't
RRAY, Abbeville, S. C.