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To JBc in Anderson Monday, Sep- ^
tember 25th. i
.$* longer do the working crews
cak? "h? circus have to tug and pull
ihe big top to roll it up for'
to the next town, at least'
"3Pt on the majestic Hagenbeck-Wal-'
"itc* Circus which will appear in An-'
ier>oa, Monday, September 25.
T^7a season the circus has this la 1
ior performed by a machine and a1
^irpAriL which saves much time and'
wrork. The big tent is dropped to j
the jjrouud after the final perform-!
tr'.i.* and the workmen place the va-'
f/rats flaps and ends in place. The I
"spot*i" is then attached to one side I
a? tent and rolls the big top onto '
ijfc, anih the resuit mat muui ww;
xnc; febor is saved.
FftXs is not the* only labor saving i
ierice that the Hagenbeck-Wallace
Clrcas carries. No longer do stakes
sartt to be driven by man-power.
5tafce driving machines are now carded
ini there is another machine
aFfeith pulls them up, when ready for
afee tearing down of the tent.
The circus is carried on three
?f.o.'nc .ni,i mnf>h of the t>ara-1
m(p^uai > hum ^ _
>fro3ialia being placed on 70-foot
steel flats. There are more than 1,000
joea. women and animals carried on
S&ese. trains, besides the many bill^nsaers,
fflsfiere, press agents and others who
travel on the advance cars.
Axjjfther interesting fact pertainicg
to the inner workings of the dries
is that between 500 and 600
jauEds of beef are needed each day
-to feed the animals. This great a.laaaai
is separate from the many
necessary in preparing the
GisaJs uf the performers and workirjf
V SMITHVILLE V
Mr. 4'. 0. Miller has been spending
armrc days in this community visiting
ISis 1V1. ioiuen
-"SBfi Tfes. B. L. Haddon.
Walter Tolbert left last Tuesday
&>r 3L Sff. I. where he will resume
5t-a. A. H. Miller spent one day
'"San with her father, Mr. J. A.
73*,?. G. T. Asbill met his congre-apyaf-w
last Sunday and delivered a
sermon from 12th chapter
Hz. Jno. R. Tolbert spent Sunday
t with home folks.
Geo. M. Collins visited his
<sni Stan? last Sunday.
.iftcr spending some time with
act? T^lK^f AT.'cc MnHpnn
) LUCVIU iviywn,
bas returned to her home
-SBss Mattie Tolbert was shopping
or ^snsafflnood last Friday.
Ifc'ss Tlattie and Mr. C. B. Tolbert
*KSt "ruutors in Abbeville last Tues icrr.
Xr*. Juo. Robt. Tolbert visited
>fes" ??. P. Jones Monday.
Jlrs G. R- Tolbert and family were
Sfce **ie3ts for dinner Sunday of Mrs
f. 3u fflfcOord.
Sir.. A.. H. Miller and family spent
M,. T X Wo Cor A
fetid VI 14/11 ilXi 1/ * *. . V..
]! We Have Several
1 \ Cars of
' Rolling and will be
,; kn position to take
j care of our trade.
(Gbre us your orders.
t Morse Company j
WILL AID REFUGEES
Appropriation Planned for Relief
Washington, Sept. 21?An emergency
appropriation of $200,000
for relief of Amarican refugees in
the Near East was recommended to
the senate today by President Harding
after receipt of an official statemen:
from the state department
that 1,000 Americans were in pressing
need of assistance. Senate leaders
plan to add the item to the pending
deficiency appropriation bill.
Quick action by the house also was
Acting Secretary Philips sent to
the White House today detailed
reports which reached tho sta<te department
from American officials
in the Near East.
Consul General Horton in reporting
his arrival at Piraeus from Smyrna
with 150 destitute Americans
said about 350 more American re?fuges
were expected and Consul
Moms telegraphed from Salonifci
that 600 destitute American and
Greek refugees had arrived from
^ SHARON V
Mrs. Ada McNeill and children,
visited Mrs. W. H. Mundy of Greenwood
Mrs. Charlie Gilliam, Mrs. W. 0Graves,
Mrs. Thompkins Ramey
and Miss Marion Prince attended
the Missionary Conference held at
Tranquil church,Greenwood on last
Thursday, They were present at the
morning, afternoon and night Session.
iMr. and Mrs. Jim Boles, and
children, James and Francis of
North S. C. spent the greater part
of last week at Chestnut Hill with
Mr. and Mrs. W. C McNeill, and
(Mr. andd Mrs. J. E. Cochran
Mrs. T. H., Watson and Mrs.
j Tompkins Ramey spent one afterI
noon last wteek. with Mrs. Jess
Harkness of "Aiiff^ille^
On account of a defecSJtfS. stove
flue, Mr. N. R. Schram's home
caught fire on last Wednesday
morning No great damage was done
as the fire was discovered almost
immediately, and put out.
Mr. Sam Williams who, is a graduate
of Clemson Agricultural College
last session, has gene to
Timmonsville, S. C., where he will
teach Agriculture this year. He will
also coach the football team there.
Mr. Paul Knox, another of Sharon's
young men, is teaching at Spartanburg
his school having begun
over two weeks ago. He graduated
at Wofford last session. We are so
glad to say that it was at "I'd
Sharon School," that Mr. Williams
first began to master the intricacies
of "Reading, writing and rilhmetic."
Mr. J. D. McNeill has returned to
C. A. C. to resume his studies after
a ten days vacation witn nis noma
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Herbert of
Newberry, visited their daughter,
Mrs. Charlie Gilliam last week.
'Mrs. Mary McNeill has returned
to her home in Ware Shoals, after
spending two weeks with her relatives
in this community.
Mrs. W. E. Shehea, of Atlanta,
Ga. has been visiting her sister Mrs,
J. N. McDill.
Mrs. D E. Pressley and Mrs. Joe
Wilson^ accompanied Mrs)) Shehea
on her return trip to Atlanta Fri>
| Mr. Knox McDill who has accept
! ed a position in Ware Shoals spenl
i last week-end wish his mother an<
j father Mr. and Mrs. J N McDill
J Mrs. Jim Gilliam and Mr. Whi
j Gilliam spent Sunday in Antrevill<
with Mrs. Jess Harkness.
i Mr. W. H. Hays of Anderso 1
vis:tea inenas in mis ctuihuuh;
The Young peoples mis^hravj
Society of Sharon church 'vll ho)<
, their usual meeting Friday night a
the appointed hour. Will not ever]
member do their best to be present
Liquor and Gold Captured.
New York, Seot. if>.?The ?'j\
navy today captured two alle^er
rum running" schooners with cargoe
worth about $40,000 in gold aboart
a vessel near the outrance to Ncv
York harbor, as well as an unname(
launch, which sank while it was be
ing towed into port.
: he State of South Carolina,
i . COUNTY OF GREENWWOD ..
! Court of Common Pieas.
i-\ H. FETZER individually and as
. trustee, etc., Plaintiff,
|o. E. DEVLIN and Ashpoo Ferti'
lizcr Works, Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree of the court
I'n the above-stated cause, I will
i .'H at public outcry to the highest
bidder, at Abbeville Court House, S.
I in front of the Court House door.
| luring the legal hours for such sales,
Ion sales-'day in October 1922, being
I: he second day of said month, the
! following described premises to wit:
j All that tract or plantation of
id in County of Abbeville, state
above-named, containing one hundred
land eighty three (183) acres more or
_s, bounded by lands of Emmett
j Cox estate, lands of J. A. Fell and
j Tohn Evans.
Also all that other tract or plan-;
:t.ion of land, being partly within
Abbeville County and partly within |
Greenwood County, containing one:
hundred and thirty-six (136) acres,!
more or less, and bounded by lands j
of W. E. Henderson, by other lands of ;
0. E. Devlin and by public road lead-1
ing from Abbeville to Verdedy and j
being known as a part of the Moore
TERMS OF SALE: CASH
Purchaser to pay for stamps and
papers. If terms of sale are not
complied with said premises will be
resold on same or some subsequent
i 1 . _1_ J* 1
saiesaay, at riss 01 iormer purcnaser.
C. C. Featherstone,
Judge of County Court
Greenwood County, S. C.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
Court of Common Pleas.
The Bank of Donalds, a Corporation,
Jefferson Mattison, alias Jeff Mattison
and others, Defendants.
By authority of a Decree of Sale
.iiv^the Court of Common Pleas for
I \hhpvTire"--&?'?uit^ in said State,
.nade in the above stated case7~**
tfer for sale, at Public Outcry, at
Abbeville C. H., S. C., on Salesday
in October, A. D., 1922, within the
legal hours of sale the following des-!
cribed land, to wit: All that tract or
jf.rcel of land situate, lying and being
in Abbeville County, in the State
aforesaid, containing Seventeen and
three-fourths (17 3-4) Acres, more
less and bounded by lands of the
;-?tate of Tom Robertson, E M. Sharp
. J. Richie and Affie Jackson, being
..et of land bought by the mortagor
from J. J. Richie, the same beii
more fully described on a plat
hereof made by Wm. L. Mitchell,
dated October 24, 1907.
Terms 01 sale?casn. rurcnaser
> nay for papers and stamps.
THOS. P. THOMSON,
Master A. C., S. C.
'Sept. 13, 1922. 3wks.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
Court of Common Pleas.
. Reynolds Meschine, Maurice Meschine
and others, Plaintiffs,
i Louise M. Clinkscales. Lavina W.
Shelor, and Lowndesville Banking
j Company, - - Defendants.
' By authority of a Decree of Sale
by the Court of Common Pleas for
Abbeville County, in said State,
made in the above stated case, I will
t offer for sale, at Public Outcry, at
1 Abbeville, C. H., S. C., on Salesday
in October, A. D. 1922, within the
t legal hours of sale the following desjicribed
land, to wit: All that tract or
parcel of land situate, lying and be,'ing
in Lowndesville Township, Abbe,r:ville
County, in the State aforesaid,
J containing Six Hundred and Sixty
f'(6G0) Acres, more or less, and to be
1 sold in one or more tracts, and more
t accurately described as follows:
.j (a) The home tract, containing
.'two hundred ninety-three and GG-100
J(293.G3) Acres, according; to subj
division of said land:-, made by the
r j .-a"<i E. C. Meschinc; the same being
1|bounded by tract No. 14 on North;
East by tract No. 13 and G; SouthIj-Yust
by Savannah River and Northv.west
by lands of R. B. Bryan; the
l.jame being known as Tract No. 7.
-j (b) Tract No. 6, containing
| Ninety-five and 54-100 (95.54)
?^ u i -
r1"1* ' ? ? - -
That is x
to you j
__J Step in toda
T ? X Jk.9
.^cres bounded North by tract No. 7;
East by tracts Nos. 7 and 12; South
./ Tract No. 5 and West by Savanna
(c) Tract No. 5, containing Seven
and 15-100 (7.15) Acres, bounded
North by tract No. 6; East by
.ract No. 12; South by tract No. 4
and West by Savannah River.
(d) Tract No. 13, containing
Seventy-eight and, 35-dOO (78.35)
Veres, bounded North by tract INo
7; East by Plantation Road and
act No. 14; South by tract No
12 and West by tract No. 12.
(e) Tract No. 14, containing
Eighty-two and 63-100 (82.63) acre:
bounded North by tract No. anc
lands of McGowan; East by Aller
place; Southeast by tracts Nos. 11
and 10 and West by tracts Nos. 12
13 and 7.
(f) A poi*tion of tract No. 3 o:
'said lands, the same being boundec
|East by Harper Ferry Road; Soutl
j by part of tract No. 3 sold to D. K
jCooley; west by tract No. 4 anc
j Northwest by tract No. 12; bein*
'all of tract No. 3 except the par
| sold to D. K. Cooley, the same con
Itaining thirty (30) acres, more o"
j Terms of Saie?One-third (1-3]
lOash. Balance on a credit of one ani
j two years in equal installments, th<
credit portion to bear interest fron
ithe date of sale at the rate of sever
. per cent, per annum, payable annu
;ally, unpaid interest becoming prin
jcipal, bearing the same rate of inter
oat, the Same to be evidenced by the
j .ond of the purchaser and secure'.
, by a mortgage of the premises, whicl
i bond and mortgage shall provide foi
.'five per cent, attorney fees for col
j lection if collected by an attorney
rhe purchaser however, to have th<
^ option to pay all cash, and that anj
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when you install a
' famAiic T-Tr>t Rlast Draft
t iUAiiV/V4V/ * _
arkabte stove burns all th
: gases from the fuel?und
raste this valuable portion of t
vhy Cole's Original Hot Blast
ytrnder-draft stove of the sa
d think what this saving wi
vith coal at its present price
dole's Original Hot Blast will~
Save one-third your fuel?
Burn any fuel?
Hold fire thirty-six hours!
y and let us show you this grec
'STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIINA
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
, Citation for Letters of Administra- !
. By J. F. Miller, Esq., Judge of Probate:
WHEREAS J, C. Cox, hath made
. suit to me, to grant him letters of
administration of the estate and effects
of Jacob Bridges, late of AbI
beville County, deceased.
These Are Therefore, to cite and j
admonish all and singular the kint
dred and creditors of the said Ja;
cob Bridges, deceased, that they
I be and appear before me, in the
! Court of Probate, to be held at Ab[
beville Court House, Saturday, 30th
of Sept. 1922, after publication hereof
at 11 o'clock in forenoon, to showj
^ cause, if any they have, why the
j said Administration should not be
x granted. 1
Given under my hand and seal of
j the court this 16th day of Sept in the
r I year of our Lord one thousand nine
!! hundred and twenty-two and in the!'
1147th year of American lndepena-j
j ^Published on the 18th day of Sept.
11922 in the Press and Banner and;
' i on the Court House door for the!
11 time required by law.
2 j J. F. MILLER,
ll3t. Judge of Probate.
"j Don's cry for help in fun. Deep!
*jwater is no place to call, "Wolf! j
> i '
' : I
1 person having crops growing on said
1 j lands shall have the right to go upr
j on said lands from time to time dur-!
ing the remainder of the year for the j
,; purpose of gathering the same,
j I THOS. P. THOMSON,
j Sept. 15- 3\vks. Master A. C., S C
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in this " - 1
it fuel savsr. | J
5EWING?I am prepared do
your winter sewing promptly and
at a reasonable price. Una. J. S.
Banks, Phone 362 9, 22?t?c.
FUST RECEIVED?A big ahipMeat
of Flower Pots, Jugs and Jar? at
2tc. Amos B. Mors* Compaaj.
LOST?Monday evening, the bottom
part of a gold fountain pen. Finder
will please leave same at Press
and Banner office and receive a
WANTED?A good gentle milk coW
giving between three and four
gallons of milk a day. I. C. Brown.
FOR RENT?One 4-room cottage on
Richey street, water ana uguis. m
Apply to H. R. McAllister. 8,14tfc I
FOR RENT?Five nice rooms Buit I
able for housekeeping. Possession
Oct. 1st. Use of garage, ?hicken I
yard and garden if desired. See or I
phone Miss Corrie Hamlin. 9, 20tf I
LOST?Bunch of keys between post I
office and S. A. L. station or on H
Seaboard train about last of July.
Any one knowing anytnug acorn,
them will please report to Press
nnd Banner office or to D. H.
Johnson, 59 Secession Ave. ltpd.
FOUND?A bunch of keys on vacant
lot next to Morse's store.
Owner can get same by calling at
Press and Banner office and paying
for this advertisement.
V/atch the label on your paper,