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* Local and Personal MentIon.
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Miss MArgaret iInley, of York, Is
the guest of Miss Elizabeth Young on I
North Harper street.
Aliss .Margaret Finley, of York, is I
t110 gucy ',:s iveck of Al1ss Elizabeth'
Young onl N i HarP.er trket.
Mr. J. A. Arnold, of Spai-tanburg, a
former resident of the county, was a t
business visitor In the cfty yesterday I
a.v : ion ali famtily, of
p:n g, sent sevcratl (lays il
iii:' (9y ha. we k with homiefolks.
'r, Aarion , Wilkes, of Augssta, e
";xat the- w(4k-end in the City with i
11kis paents, Air. and .\irs. 00 H-. Wilkes.r
.lr. M. Fleming, of Lanford Stat
t ion, ,was a business visitor in the I
Alr. 'restoni \\estmorelanld, of
(I'enville, spIent Thu rsday in the city
with relatives and friends.
MIr. F'rank Armstrong, who has been I
surveying ntear Florence, has returnedi
to the city to take a short rest before
11eturn ing to Clemson College,
- Alaek Vilard add family, of An
wr'on, have rcturdil home after vis
it iW. .. IItowni and famil,y near
Al\r. and .lrs. A. G. Smithfl of .\la
con, Ga., motored to Laurens laist
weiek to visit their sister, .I\Is. If. B.
Hiumbert and other relatives.
Misses Annie lelle and Jule Chil
dress returned home last Wednesday t
after a ileasant visit to Alr. and M\rs.
J. 13. itamsey in SInartanburg.
.\liss Ituth flagwell, stenogriaphier in
the office of Gov. Cooper, spent the
week-end in the city with her mother,
Mirs. W. If. Uagwell.
Dr. and Mis. 'Pai .\lchadden, of
Austin, Tex., have been visiting Sn.
and \Irs. N. 'fl. it ial and lr. and M\rs.
iF. P. Alinter for several days.
\lr. Robert Aiken has returned to
the city prelraorto'vo hi return to
college after putting in his vacation
with a surveying party bear Manning.
.liss L-ouise Simmons, who has been
gpending her vacation In the moun
tains, returned to the city Mionday and
eXiiects to take up her duties in the
Red Cross room again at once. t
.lrs. 0. Pennington, of Columbia,
and Airs. Claude l:tchens and chil
drcn, of Augusta, have been spend.
ing the past few days with their moth
er, .\irs. Frank Taylor. t
Mr. Joe Hale, who has been doing
highway engineering work in the low
er part of the sta.e, has returned tok
the city and is again avith the county
Dr. H.- T, EBall, -a formner resident
of the county who Is now located at t
Greer, has been visiting friends and
relatives In the city and county for a
M\rs. II. 1. Humbert and children,
Alargaret and 'Dorothy, returned from
Anderson Saturday where they have <
been visiting in the home of Mlr. J. 3. I
IHlumbert of that. city.
.\iss Jule C2hildress enlertained a
few friends yesterday afternoon at her 'I
home on East .\lain street. The game I
of Forty TPwo was iilaye'd, creatinig
much amusement, after whlihel a I(emp it
hng salad coiurse was served.
Mir. N. 'C. HIughes, couinty high way
eng ineuer, hats return red to1 thle city af
(te'r]Wpe(din g hiis v.aca:t ion at R Itaeigh
and Wetldoni, N. C. .\l vs. Iilughes, whio
wenit with him. w.ill spend someii. time
further with relatives at Weldon.
.iss liebecca Clarke left a few (lays
ago for' G reenvi lie to join a party from
that city, including .her brother, .\ir.
I'dward hiart, to go on 'a caimping
tripi thr iough the mou nt alns of North
.\r. .\ oore Dial, whvlo has been in
Charlot te' with the Ford Motor Com-.
pany for the past year, arrivedt in the
city a few days ago to take upi his res
idlence here again, lie witlI be with (
Waldrop's Gar'age, local Ford agents,
aftei' the first of 4the month.
Mrs. J. M\oore M\ar's andt little child,
of Abbeville, ai'e visiting Mi's. Mar's'
parents, Mr. and Mu's. E. -1i. WVilkes.
Miss Irene WiVlkes, who tins been
sp~endting several weeks in Abbeville,
iretur inedl home wvithI thtem in oi'der' to
lie r'eady3 to enlt'r school next Mlondlay.
Ite'.. C. TI. Sqluires left yestei'ady for
Domginiek P1 resbyterapi chturc'h, in
Newberry county, where he witll begin
a series of revival seir.vices. lie ex
pects to return to the city Saturday init
order' to fill .his putlpit at the First
Pi'esbyterian church Sundhay mnorning.
Mur. 'VW. 'L. Gray has been in the hoa
pital at GreenvIlle for the past several
weeks undlergoing treatment for his
eyes. His8 friends will be glad to learn
that he is showing considerable im
pirovement and that he expects to be
entirely fr'eed of his trouble at an
'D~r. R~. t10. Hlughes returined to the
city yesterday after undergoing treat-t
mnent for' several days at the Steedhye
Hospital at Chick Springs. The doctor a
has not been feeling welt for a month c
or so and thought the time had come
for a little rest and tr'eatment in a a
quilet and secluded place. While his
short stay did not brinig entire relief, :1
be thinks he feels considerably bet- I
*ter. His many friends hope for him I
an early an'd complete recovery. J
Miss Rebecca Lake bas gone to
;aP.e 'Charles, Va., to visit Miss Lula
Mrs. rEdna Teague, Mr. Wash
'eague, Miss Bessie Flynn and Miss
Lnita Jones, of Augusta, spent'Sunday
a the city with relatives, having come
p to see Mrs. Teague's mother, Mrs.
I. A. Teague, who has been spending
he summer. here with Mrs. I. T. Dun
ip and others.
Little Miss Margaret Minter enter
iined about forty of her little friends
'hursday afterhoon at the home of
er parents on,'West Main street inl
onor of he' fifth birthday. Aft r
umber of ,gaipes were played, deil
.ou:s refrslm1. nts were sere!, the
oung folks eijoying the occasion ir.;
insely. .1 1 .
Mr. and Mr.4.. Pet Su ith, of 11tic;
[ill, have retitixe(d hoime after spenld
ig a ( (lays inl the city all( coulty
:thI fiends anti relativ. .mr. Smijti
well k nown throughia the county.
aving b i chairl'1man of the ('ounty
)m'ocratic t'r:nmiit- . wt on thc.
iis fr'Inds ' w 1' gilad to sT 11i1M
Mr. Jo h N. iludgen s returncd( last
:etk flomn I los mit, Mass.. where lie
t(tended thlet sal - s conveltion of
larve sho manufacturing comp;lany
lich he re resents. While there he
as awardaf t'".iI 1r of gold stiu(lded
uff buttons as a prize in the com
any's shoe selling Contest. .1r. Il ud
ens has won so many of these prizes
a the past few years that he has Come
t) resemble a walking jewelry store,
oIlen articles being foundm lit (v(ry
cint of contact.
lOIN EVANGELISl'it' (.UiPAIGN.
lolored Baptists Agree to Enter Evan
gelistic (ampl1a1ign in Their nOwn
Rev. Richard Carroll states that he
(tended he i'umbling Shoals Baptist
unday School Conventiin last week
A Wlhi1te P'lain Church nlear, Cold
loint. All Baptist Sunday S'chools
vere represented by their pastors,
uperintendents and etachers.
Rev. 'Richard Carroll preache(d 10
hem last Saturday. Aftenwards lie
oplained the cytnel-istic campaign to
ic conducted by Dr. W. W. llamilton
>f the Southerin- Baptist Home Mis
ion Hoard in Laiurens, Clinton and
hroughout the county next November
mong the white Baptists.
The leaders and delegates of the
!olore( Baptist Sunday School con.
'ention unanimously endorsed the
novement and augreed to enter the
anipaign in their own churches at
lie same time and close up, after two
veeks religious canpaign, with a fin
ncial drive for their school in Lau
The 1Rev. M. A. Cunningham was
lected chairman of the Sunday School
lepartment and the Rev. E. H. Moore,
io(lerator of the Tumbling Shoals As
oelation and it is ilkely that the as
ociatlion will join the movement at
Arnceton when t lhe Rev. Ichard ar
'ol will Preach again.
A very lpretty' wedd'in~~g occurred'0 at
he(stnut stre'et Wed'(Ines~jay evening
on .\iller, wasc happily married to .\tr.
ten IlIellama. The ceremlony was lper
ormied by Re(v. A. E. .1lolleri, ims tr
1 thle First .\et hodist chiurchi, after
'hlieh an1 informal recept ion was held
nd refreshmentl s ser'ved. Mr.x and
Iys. (lrittton left Immediately after the
((e(Pt Ion for t heir ida1110 trip) to the
ou nta ilns of Nort iia~rolina. The
'ride is an at-tractive young wonian
ho0 has many f'iends throughout tihe
Ity, while the groom ia one of the
('din lg farmers of the vIcIni'ty. They
'ill re'slde at the hiome (of the groom
ni the Gr:ay C~our t road(.
Mr. D). ('. Jou u, an e'xl(eriencedl
teaver' whlo has '~orked in local and
ither' m1Ills of thle statte, is in ning to
tart? a small wpaving Industry of his
wn on Mill street in the ~Lurenls
fillis village. .\r .TJones will make the
tart with about twventy looms wita
everal assistants and wi'll manufac
:tre fancy shirtin'gs. le hopes to add
a his plant as his busIness Increases
nd tultinmately hgave a large mill un
er' his contr'ol. Hie exicts to ofilow
he plan utsedl by many small madu
acturers, est ecially in the north, buy
ier his control . 1ie expects to follow
eady for the market.
(Christiatn I'ndeavors Met.
A delegatIon of ten members from
he ChristIan Endeavor socletles of
he First 'Prietby'terian church attend
d the annual dIstrict convention held
t Oreenvale c hurch, in Abbeville
ounty, last Sunday, reporting a very
loasant and profitable mieeting.
Emong those who attended were
l'essrs. A. C. 'Isodd, M. HI. Hunter, '.
I. Blackwell, E. H. Wilkes, Mrs. J. R.
Illis, Misses flettie 'Bramlette, Olivia
trInlette, Leora Hunter and Wnme
BY ALLIES TO REDS
Protest Made Against Rtequirement
that. Polish Workmen Should lie
Armed. Illvslon Destroyed, r0' Poles
Completely Surround l osieviks.
Lucerne, Sswitzerland, Aug. 2-.
Great Britain and Italy, in demanding
that flussia modify their armistice pro
posals to the Poles, have selit a per
cilptory message to the Jolsheviki re
qluiring Withdrawal of tite objection
able clauses beore the end of the
Djiesure c elic dislpatch of this
mesage -w i nuale by P':le.j Ioyd
Geogc Inln interview today.
"Thec Soict dmoad '1hat the lFolis-h
workinin he atli( ik So intlerabile
that we I Lloyd George amld Premier
Giolitti of Italy) have Sr t a perem p
tory messag(, asking it rev befor(e
the end of this we 4, assuing us of
the withdawal of this vlmdJ any sini.
Iar (emand.'' thc rit;.h ha ier saidl.
"Ima ine thet .'eviets a- ig 1:y
land to (raw its army only irol a
specified (r-t'gory. This Woul bc d1
reet intrlenet'. Wilth our 'itr, and
wve cannlot :,k rmit1 a im a " iiub
(:o' ti dc ilaed the actir n of Italy
ai ;rcal l Bit::in w! I( -.::k to met
Vth i ::prcv. ot th n .her allies.
ioth he and loyd George d(nit anly
meeting or' comutintic in with For
etitn .\iin: sterI Simtons'. of Ge(.rmany.
twe: x .C.indt -:z*s of the v,.o .!d
an a ereof dituba 11a d tin
continue to nelnaee the
wo .th stattme:: in par!.
''T :r ftore the 1i* !s :ni Italian
i:1 t it. II 8 ru1 .n -e : : ahD
to n u-acz .~ane:!onl.: hew\cen;
Mrs' and tie werid i; :!d. There
fork, wIth profound regret the have.
.inst heard that the roviet g(Neve'itQln
dltsjpit repated ais5.raices to tie
cont rary gin i o oflicially on their I.l
Ift" in Lontdonl, have sought to Inipse!
Mn Poland cmditionis inlcompatible(
With natioral idepeel(nce.
"To have ad(de(i suich a coditiion. af
t(r. UINleneff's ple(ges to the D1ri'l.bh
governieit that nothing not of see
ondary nature was omitted from his
sumtary of the terms, is a ;gross
breach of faith, -and negotiations of
any kind with a government which so
lightly treats its word becoues diff
ctilt. if not impossible.
"The soviet government las reject
ed the suggestion by the British gov
ernment for a triuce under Conditions
whleh would have guaranteed Russlan
territory against any aeii of aggres
sion and has continued its enreer of
invasion of technograph ical Poish
with a ViVw to the conquest of that
country by force of arms for soviet
"]I' th soviet government, notwith
standing tihe jiun ishment Which its ag
gression b; ecountering. still refused
to wit hdraw this sinister proposal.
hut contimies the war inside Polish
territory in order to force its accept
go~ve'rnmen)(t cani e'ithIer ((10t tkowlege
or deal with the soviet oligarchy."
Tw'uelve 3Men and ('arload of lKentucky
"lleu" ('apIltired in 4Chicatgo.
C~hilargo Spiecial to lhaltimore Stun.
.\lajor A. V. .Dalryimple, prohib it ion
en forcement oileer for this (list rit
spread a care(ful Ily laid trtap in to wichel
12 men, sitpposed to he memb ers of
the $1 ,000(,(t00 whiskey ring, walked
'lTiesday, one after another, alnd wereC
Federal atgetits learn'Ted a few datys
aigo that a ctar (containing 2,000 eases
of whiskey was on its way from Ken.
tucky to) Chicago. The cargto is
valuted at $500,000. .\ ajor D~alIryminp1e's
men~i met. the car' as it enteredQ~ thle
yards last night atnd <quickly arraniged
F~romi mT-idn ight unttil 9 o'c'lock this
mor'ning, there :was nothing doing.
Then a tman drov upC i in a truck. An
agetts of the fedetal bureau'Hi Sautilerted14
ot andI ask ed 'If he tiad~ comel afteri
wvhiskey. Tlhe man said he had and
that lie hand the motney to iiay for it.
le wats arrested at. (oncCe and atkeni to
a box car that had beetn transf'omed
into a temtporary jail.
A few minutes later another man
drove up In a touting ear, was asked
the same question, gave the same an
swer' and loaded in the hox-car jail.
Twelve times the same performanice
was repeated and then a census was
taken of the pirisoners and they were
rmoved to the county jail, while the
offieers began rutnning dlown their ire.
cords. 1Each man was armed andl
carried a large amount of money. The
car of whiskey was taken to a -gov
ernent wa~rrhouise, while other'
gutardls seized the trtucks and auto
mobiles in which the buyers hadl ar
It is said at the federal building that
the whiskey was removed from a Ken
tucky 'government, warehouse on a1
forged permit, andu that the tip) came
from that point.
We are approaching the dull, dark d
and cheerful with new furniture. I
ture will do for a home.
Beauty - Co
All are combined in our furnit
ment in the state to select frc
reasonable you will find. We
S. M.& E. He"
To IRe-Organte Savings Clubs.
School boys and girls in this state
will re-organize their savings clubs
immediately after the opening of
schools here, according to definite an
nouncement just issued by the educa
tional division of the District War
Loan Organization. Plans have been
made to conlinue the 'work through
the coming school yeart. .\ote than
eleven t housand savings clubs, have
been formed in the school roo~ms of
he fifthb federal reservo (list riet si nce
he hbginninig or the work in 1918,. and
th rough these clutibs, the records show,
many youngsters w ho never Saved( a
penny in their l ives have acqu ired the
saving habit and have developed a live
ly interest in making motney of their
ownl. .\ embers of savings societies
pledge t hemiselvyes to earmn and save
money regularly, 1n0 matter how smiallI
thle amiouints, andi to invest ptart of
their savings in TJhrift Stamj;m.
W. M. Switzer, Mgr.
for week ending
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