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WmCE OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
is hereby given that the
joruriiry election of the Democratic
j>5 the nomination of candifett?
for Congressman, State Officer*
County Officers for Abbeville
iSounty will be held at the Democratic
Chib? -for Abbeville County on
'wsvv.r, September 12, 1922. The
be open at 8 o'clock in the
xscn.&g and ciose at 4 o'clock in the
aJisTavwa. No person will be allow??
-a vote except such persons as
?rt ia'y qualified according to the
Tukr- if -he Democratic Party and
properly enrolled at the Club at
~jie person offers to vote, and
wsry person voting will be requires
t*> iake the proper oath as retayr'l
3j the rules of the party.
polling place of the respective
i?d the managers to conduct
election have been designat?3.
-.-rmnin+oH hv the CoUntV
Jemerratic Election Committee of
3BCounty as hereinafter set
j&uxssers of each club are authorxec
directed to appoint a clerk.
TStc -B.^QOg-ers will each receive One
'HoKsr per day and the manager callsig
for the boxes and returning
"*iU receive One Dollar thereVWC
Watragers of Election.
-iSrcrjlie No. 1.?Bayard Swetiwviwcg;
Sanford Howie, Mrs. Mildred
iiiafille No. 2?W. C. Sherard,
3. jL C^ark, Miss Corrie Killhigsteni'A:
As&mfle Cotton Mill?J. E. Haralson
3firs. John T. Davenport, Mrs.
JL&beville Shops?Fred S. Hill,
istr^Er W. Lomax, W. F. Perrin.
iwnvdesville No. 2?J. H. Cariris..
SL J. Hutchison, E. W. Harper,
Ijwradesville- No. 2?W. M. Broadvrli,
2. M. Shumpert, L. D. Loftis.
a2fccun Falls, Magnolia?R. 0.
!3ftsS; i 1. Fowler, W. C. Lanier.
Jtercrille?Fred Crowther, F. A.
fleaurg; R. D. Williams
LeveJ Land?S. M. Carwile, J. K.
P. C. Ellis.
West?Miss Eleanor Eupheteul
Tadd, Will Jordan, John McDill.
B,. IL Johnson, D. S.
Xsimedy, 5*. ML McKinney.
"Jtawai2ee?William Rodgers, Juliet
Sradherry, H. P. Salley.
TKcits? Charles F. Gilliam, J. E.
Imstrxs, John A. Wilson.
H?hdlle?R. S. Uldrick, Allen
io?-u. C. E. Bowie.
"Lritarron?C. L. Pressly, Tompkins
Itasca?; J- S. Gibert.
N Xucaee?J. Claud Ashley, Charge
Srxayon, Reese McMahan.
S&evu Chapel?L. C. Nickles, H.
'fc Car&ran, Will Reid.
W. McKee, J. A.
Xdtics, E. R. Miller.
Hampton?J. D. Murdock, J. C.
"Jurtos, C. C. McDonalds.
lk-cntain View?John Wright,
Testd Campbell, W. W. Jolley.
SWs Springs?Cliff Burts, W. M.
3ea535a, J. P. Smith.
2aui -Springs?Alvin Ellis, Fred
*<L TTiirick and D. E. Newell.
IS of the above named 'voting
jrtrer.-rts except Means Chapel, Watts
fccrariisj' and Mountain View, must
T5t!' Ore booths as provided by law.
7b& managers of the Clubs will
jesagnate one of their number to
:*?x.?.iike Court House on Saturday,
ArsiKaber 9, 1922, between 9 a. m.
*ncf 6 p. m. for boxes, tickets, etc.
J. HOWARD MOORE,
art?, -it. County Chairman.
FOR RENT?One 4-room cottage on
Siihey street, water and lights.
Apoly to H. R. McAllister. 8,14tfc
COST: Female hound puppy, color
Vbvck and tan, about three months
ite ^ftase notify Dr. H. C. FenKe:.
lafsests for information on
conditions of every descrrtTKW*,
past, present and future,
"fkTr.j r.-? Weather Bureau of the
LTn vr. States Department of Agri 2ufta-*<
?ieceritiy a correspondent
"Wihat would happen if all
it.', nrcrjaiiing winds were reversed*:
H?rfc7d a point equal to molasirK
feathers for furnishing
ascertainment to those who
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A general exodus of our young
people is taking place, leaving for
their different fields of work. The
town is lonely without them, we miss
their happy faces and sight for the
sound of their merry voices. The
following- have cone to teach at the
respective places: Mr. Fred Fic
jquette, Elizabeth City, N. C.; Mr.
|De Witte Harper. Greenwood; Miss
Pauline Clinkscales, Greenwood city
(schools; Miss Kathleen Cooley. Dallas,
N. C.; Miss Christine Kay, Hick
jory, N. C.; Miss Emma Bell, Pemi
broke,'N. C.; Miss Clary Bonds, Cenitral;
Miss Cornelia Tennant, Darjlington
city schools. Later the following
will leave: Miss Vera Bonds,
iTownsville; Misses Eloise and Sara
iHardin. Barnes: Miss Bessie Fic
Jquette has entered the eleventh grade
in Anderson cityy schools. Miss
I Pauline Ballenger has gone to Wal|ha!la
to enter the high school at that
place. On the 19th inst. Misses
Alpha Barnes and Georgia Harper
will enter the senior class at Win
thropt college. Miss /Lucille Kirkpatrick
will enter the sophomore
class at Winthrop college, and Miss
Zelpha Hardin will enter the junior
ips at Coker college.
On last Thursday the children of
Capt. and Mrs. Weston Harper celebrated
their mother's birthday by a
home coming of all the family except
r. Holcombe Harper, of Worchester,
Mass., and Mr. George Harper,
of Bonami, La. A most delightful
course dinner and served and a happy
day spent in sweet communion.
Dr. Kirkpatrick has made exten
sive improvements on his home and
grounds. A porte cochere has been
erected, brick walks laid, the dwelling
freshly painted and other chang
es that add greatly to the beauty of
.he place. The Doctor is getting
ready for the home-ooming of his
family about November 1st.
Dr. and Mrs. JJ. B. Kay, of By:cn,
Va., have been spending a few
days at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Mark Speer. He came to see his
mother, who greatly improved.
She has accompanied him home and
will spend the winter at Byron.
Mrs. J. W. McWhorter and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth, of Atlanta, are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis HuckaJbee.
Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Fennell and
Curtis III 01 ADDeviue, were pieaaant
visitors during the week.
Miss Minnie Lee Nickles of Green
wood spent the week end with her
cousin, Miss Alice Harper.
Mr. IRembert Allen, o}? Greetns
oro, N. C., and his friend Miss
Dorothy Seigman of Washington, D.
CM are guests of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. ]BdlineJ A|Den. \
Miss Lucile Kirkpatrick, who has
been at Hendersoriville, is spending
a few days with her father, before
she returns to Winthrop college.
Mrs. W H. Hardin has gone to
iDue West to visit friends and relatives.
Mr. Boozer Bonds has accepted
the position as foreman of Mr. Jas.
Baker'is model farm?Red Top at
Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Fennell
have gone to Greenville, for a few
.lnvc lnii+iro< uri+Vi tVipir H PTS.
(Mesdames Jones and Ligon.
Mrs. William Clinkscales , her
daughter, Miss Mattie and Messers
Tom and Harold Clinkscales of, Starr
were pleasant visitor.^ to relatives
during the week.
Mrs. Annie Broadwell Parnell is
Mite ill and it is feared it shall be
found it necessary to remove her to
Miss Lillian Benton, of Elberton, is
i spending the week with Mrs. W. L.
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Thompson
.spent the weekend with his mother
' , Mrs. J. B. Huckabee has returned
from an extended stay with rela
tives at Gaffney.
Mr. J. J. Walker of Donalds, Mr.
'and Mrs. Frank Canvile and son,
Leander, 'of AntrevilJe, spent last
Thursday in town with relatives.
Mrs. Laura Vcrner and family of,
Lavonia, Ga., were week end quests
of her sister, Mrs. Gordon Speer.
Mrs. Camilla Lemmori has gone
. Anderson, where she has accepted
A position with the Mattison Insurance
Mr. A. B. Wilson has returned
.Vom a business trip to McCormick.
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. McCalla and
\ . DUE WEST NEWS.
V A. R. Presbyterian V
Mr. J. C. Todd made a business
trip to Columbia last week.
Miss Martha Bonner of Columbia,
is in Due West on a two week's
visit to her mother, Mrs. Nettie Bonner.
Miss Kate Kennedy went to Statesville
last week to take in the Pressly
Mr. A. H. Agnew returned on Mon
day from a few days visit to friends
in Rock Hill, S. C.
Miss Louise Pones, of Camden,
Ala., arrived last Saturday to begin
work in the Due West graded school.
She will be on the faculty for the
Mr. W. B. Evans, former Erskine
student who is to teach this year in
McColl, S. C., spent the week-end
in Due West.
Miss Lois Pressly and Miss Mildred
McCain left for Anderson on last
Saturday where they will have a position
in the city schools for the
Mrs. May McDill Clinkscales, who
'Vine tioon cnpnHincr cummer in
Due West, with her mother, Mrs.
W. W. McDill. returned to her home
I in Aiken on Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Payson Kennedy,
Mr. A. S.jKennedy and Mrs. Selden
Kennedy, Jr., went up to Spartanburg
last week. From there they
went to Bon Clarken.
Misses Josie and Susie Nance left
Due West this week for Statesville
where they will have a position in the
public (school. (Miss iSujsi^ taught
there last year.
Rev. and Mrs. N. E. Smith left
for Bartow, F'a., last week after a
vacation spent in Due West and the
mountains of North Carolina. Mr.
Smith preached several times for his
former charge at Bradley, S. C.
Miss Barabra Grier returned home
last week from a visit to friends in
Chester. She also attended the
Pressly-Hamilton wedding in States!
ville, being a bride's maid for the occasion.
Mr. R. A. Willis, Jr., arrived in
Due West last week and spent a few
days with friends. He returned on
Tuesday his mother and his sister,
Mrs. J. C. Todd accompanying him
Marriage A La Mode.
An old Chinese custom requires
that the suitor give his tiancee a
delicate cup and saucer as a- betrothal
She sips tea from it daily until
If her swain is unfaithful it is
said that the cup will register this
their two handsome boys came over
[from Due West and spent the week
lend at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Meschine
with Misses Louise and Frances, of
Poetinan, were guests of Mrs. T. J.
Bowman during the weekk.
Friends of Mr. Reynolds Meschine
will be pleased to know that he
has secured a good position at Augusta
and is making his home there
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carter, of
Ehrhardt are guests of Mrs. Gamewell
Mrs. Wm. Taggart and little
daughter after an extended visit to
her father, Mr. H. C. Tennant have
'returned to their home in New
Mr. and Mrs. 'Caleb C^inkscales
are spending this week at Rivercresl
Farm with Mrs. R. E. Clinkscales.
Mrs. Treva Speer Suttle and lit
lie folks of Antreville, are with her
mother, Mrs. Georgia Speer.
Dr. and Mrs. Kay, Mrs. Henry
Mosely and Dr. Kirkpatrick spent
last Sabbath in Hendersonville.
Miss Bessie Harper is at Due West
the pretty visitor of her cousin, Mrs
M. P. McCalla.
Prof John Frank Harper has gone
to Raleigh, N C. to represent Abbeville
county at the Calhoun Highway
conference. Dr. Kirkpatrick presi
| (lent of the Abbeville branch of that
!Highway, being unable to attend on
account! of professional duties in
vited rrol. Harper to represent tnis
county in the meeting.
Messers Henry Salley and John
Williams of Brownlee, were business
visitors on our streets during
Mrs. Christine Mullinax of Belton,
[ was the week end guest of relatives.
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Miss Sara Uldrick is spneding a |]
few days at the home of Mr. L. T. Ij
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ellis and son |f]
Ahvin, motored to Belton Tuesday, g
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Winn were
the week end guests at the home of
Mrs. J. D. Winn.
Mrs. J. M. Rowe and children of
Summerton. S. C., is spending a
whi\e with her father, Mr. W. B. pg
Mr. Roy McCombs visited home I '
people Saturday night. I
Miss Sara Uldrick spent last weekj
at the home of R. S. Uldrick and j
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. King and son,]
Marvin and Mr?. Pierce 'Bowen:
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.}
James Smith of McCormick last
Mr. Floyd Uldrick and children ?|
and sister, Mrs. J. M. Rowe and fa
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Chris-,g
tie Cochran, Sunday. Ruth Uldrick S
returned home with them.
Mrs Charlie . McMahan and son j|
Earnest and little Gertrude Cul- j| J
treth, spent a few days with her sis IS
er, Mrs. F. E. Hagan. S ?
Mr. Howard Smith of McCormick, ^
is spending a few days with Mar-!B
/in King. || j
Miss Carrie Kay, of Belton, is vis |j|
iting at the home of Mr. W. R. Ellis, js
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hagan spent '[3
Sunday at the home of Mr. T. F. |j
Jldrick and family. a
Mrs. W. A. Hagan and Mrs. Ers- |j
kin Hagan were the guests of Mrs. S
Arthur Newell Wednesday. s
Little Frances Uldrick and Hattie S
Lee Kay spent last week with Mr. Ij 1
and Mrs. Allen Hagan. S j
V RIDGE NEWS V j
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Turner and lj
little laughter, Blandena, spent a few 3 ,
days last week with friends and rel- [a
atives nea/r 'Elberton, Ga. ? S
Mr. Dewey Hall, of Iva, .spent the [|
week end with Mr. C. B. Hutchison, s '
Mrs. R B. Crittendon and Mrs. R. S
C. ParneJl 'and children were the g
guests of Mrs. Monroe Crittendon ?
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tucker, and a
Mr. Guy Tucker, visited at the home jgjgjgji
of Mr. J. J. Boles Sunday ___
Miss Hattie Morrow spent last week
'.\rith Miss Bessie Bryan of Anderson. HAI
Miss Monroe Crittendon spent Sat- Kill
urday evening with Miss Johnnie ____
Miss Nettie Sue Wells spent Sunday
with Miss Hattie Morrow.. j
Mrs. W. A. Boles spent the week
?nd with Mrs. J. J. Boles.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Waters and ^
daughter, Mildred, spent last
Saturday with Mr and Mrs. Evans
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dickerson, of ^
Gregg Shoals, spent awhile with Mr.
! inri Mrs. T. A. Turner last Saturdav i6n .
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Mrs. M. B. Hutchison spent Sun|
day with Mrs. W. J. Barton.
Mr. Elliott Thomas, of Calhoun ^
Falls, spent Saturday night with his
brother, Mr. G. D.^ Thomas. ^
Mrs. Porter Hill and Mrs. John
Watkins and daughters Misses Rosa
",ee and Lucile, spent Tuesday even
ing with Mrs. C. D. Thomas.
Mr. Thomas Bradshaw spent Mon
day at the home of Mi\ R. B. Cleve- ,
, , date
Mrs. W. L. iBoles and children
were the guests of Mrs. T. A. Tur
Mr. J. H. Hutchison spent the day
last week with his sister, Mrs. Lula *
Hall, of Iva.
Miss Flora Turner spent Saturday
night with Miss Roberta Hutchison. tlon
Mrs. T. D Morrow spent Thursday
ovening with Mrs. R. L. Morrow.
Miss Leila May and Virginia Tur-!**
ner spent Monday evening with Mrs.
YE FARM GOSSIPE
Hard times make better farmers.
After all, the best Muscle Shoals
for the production of nitrogen is
broad fields of legumes on every farm
It looks as if Mr. B. Weevil is
getting ready to do a big "sharecrop"
business with cotton farmers
' this year.
Whitewash on the farm is like j
charity; it covers a multitude of ugly.
j things. [""*
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We are in position to fit School Children ml
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1 NOTICE. 'JM
i COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
USE OF REPRESENTATIVES Court of Common Pleas
John M. Covin, w Plaintil^H
hereby announce myself as a' ? , . ? Si
., . - ,, , -o I Planters Bank, a corporation, Lena H
idate for the Souse of Repre-i , , ? ' .,, ? ,, , , H
.. , . . . . i Jordan, Ernest Liddell, M. J. Wal
Jtives subject to the rules of ,, , ' ? . , H
rv + r> lace, B. F. Martin, A. W. tnright, H
Democratic Primary. ' , . , , ? , v t,
I A K. Bankniffht. and John J. Mc
M. J. ASHLEY.
Mahan, as Insurance Commissioner
of the State of South Carolina,
hereby announce myself as a. _ , ,
- , TT n Defendants,
idate for the House of Repre. xii.--i.v- lL ^ u
. Notice is hereby given that all
itives subject to the action of , . . . ,
. _ . persons having claims against Sons
Democratic Primary. , , . IP ...
W. WALLACE HARRIS. \"d D"Ugh er> a ^
ed corporation, who contend that
such claims are a lien on or are enhereby
announce myself as a .... , . , .. . , . . . .
, ' _ titled to be satisfied out of certain
idate for the House of Repre- . , . .
, funds now in the hands of The Plantitives
subject to the rules of the _ ^ AKW,-11a
JL>aiit\, vi n.wucTmc, wu w?w vi
ocratic Primary. ^ insurance Commission of
W. L. BRO L South Carolina, are hereby required
F0R AUDITOR. to file their said claims with me on
or before September 29, 1922, or
hereby announce myself a candi- ejge win be barred,
for Auditor of Abbeville Coun- ^jg notjce ^ given pursuant to
abject to the rules of the Demo. an order 0f ju<jge Frank B. Gary,
c primary election. dated August 26th, 1922. A. referW.
L. (Roy) POWER. encg wjjj ?,e or(jered to determine
the validity of any claims filed imme
hereby announce myself a candi- diately after September 29, 1922, of
for re-election for Auditor of which notice will be duly given,
sville County, subject to the ac- THOS. P. THOMSON,
of the Democratic primary. Master Abbeville County.
RICHARD SONDLEY. Aug. 28.-ltw. 4wks.
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