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Monday on business.
Miss Estelle Withers spent last
week in Chester with her home people.
Miss Lucy Zachary went over to
Atlanta last Saturday and spent Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Allen went
up to Greenville in their car last
week and spent Sunday with home
Miss Elizabeth Ogilvie went over
to Greenwood list Sunday to see
how the McCord's are getting along
in their new home.
Misses Louise and Benie Watson
are spending this week with Mrs.
I Fred Cason at her lovely home on
Upper Main Street.
Miss Lizzie Nance and Miss Ruth
Dunn are visiting in Mullins at the
home of Mrs. Sam Cooper.
Mrs. H. M. Pennel is in Spartanburg
this week on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Jas. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Maxwell came
over from Greenwood and spent Easter
with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Maxwell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Raines have
j rented the house recently occupied
by Dr. W. E. McCord, and moved in
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Edwards
spent several days in Abbeville this
week with Mrs. John G. Edwards on
Lower Main Street.
Miss Ruth Calvert was among the
many pretty college girls who came
home for the Easter Holidays. She
came from Winthrop.
Miss Mary Quarles Link is in Atlanta
this week in attendance upon
Grand Opera. sne is visiting
tives while in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Harris spent a
day or two in the country at Harrisburg,
near Cedar Springs, last week
with Mr. Harris' people.
Mrs. Joe F. Edmunds went to Lockhart
Junction last week and spent
a while with her son, W. C. Edmunds,
who has a very sick child.
Mr. D. A. Rogers is in the city for
a few days, coming up from Charleston,
where he is at work on the Bonsal
lines running into Charleston.
Miss Helen Pratt was the guest of
Miss Julia McAllister over Easter
and enjoyed attending the services
in the beautifully decorated church.
Miss Sarah Evans came into town
Saturday and made a visit to Mrs.
Bert Evans on Upper Main street.
I She attended Easter services while
in xne city.
j Miss Ruth McLane delighted her
many friends by coming down from
Due West Thursday afternoon and
spending until after Easter with her
Miss Lucy Brown, one of the handsome
school teachers of McCormick,
and her sister, Mrs. Davis, were in
the city Saturday taking in the Field
John U. Wardlaw, W. W. Wardlaw
and W. D. Morrah, of McCormick
County, were in Abbeville Monday.
They wanted to see the old folks at
home, and came up to see them.
Mr. D. W. Hiott left yesterday for
his home in Pickens. After taking
a short rest he will take up his work
on the Pickens Sentinel, in wnose
office he learned the printer's trade.
Miss Eugenia Coleman went over
to Chester last Friday and was the
guest of Miss Hicklin over Sunday.
One of the pleasures of the visit
was a delightful dance Friday night.
Mrs. Thordas Pope is here from
Kinards on a visit to her parents,
Chief Justice and Mrs. E. B. Gary.
She is accompanied by her fine young
son. It is a pleasure to her many
I friends to have her come back.
Miss Eliza Mabry came homo .fcr
the Easter holidays, and spent the
tune pleasantly with her friends. She
came from Newberry, where the
schools give both Good Friday and
Easter Monday as holidays.
Messrs Walter and Willie McDonald
were over from Atlanta to spend
the Easter tide with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McDonald on
Maeazine Street. Both young men
are doing well in their adopted home.
Master James Bradley came over
from Clinton last Friday and spent
until Monday with his home people.
He is making his home now with Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Pressly in Clinton,
and is fast growing into a fine looking
Miss Elizabeth Buxton came down
from Anderson with her friend, Miss
Mary Aiken and spent the Easter
, . holidays irt the city at the home of
Mrs. B. S. Barnwell. Miss Buxton
is from Newport.News and is a pret
ty and attractive young lady.
Mrs. John D. Cade, of Mt. Carmel,
was in the city yesterday shopping.
Mrs. Cade was accompanied by one
of her pretty daughters. They are
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people Oi gooa taste aim miu<< nu??
to come to find the right kind of
goods at the fight prices.
Mrs. Hubert Furman and Master
Hubert came over from Atlanta last
Thursday and spent until Monday
with Mrs. J. D. Kerr and other ;
friends. Mrs. Furman is living in her
own home, having built and moved
into a home since leaving Abbeville.
Mrs. Phillip Cromer, who has been ,
in Abbeville for a visit to Mrs. Frank ; j
Nickles, has gone to Greenwood forj.
a visit to Mrs. J. C. Burns, before!;
going to Charleston, where they will I,
make their home in the future. Mr.
Cromer having been promoted in
Misses Mary and Virginia Aiken ;
came home and spent the Easter holidays
with their grandmother, Mrs. !
B. S. Barnwell. Miss Mary comes
from Anderson, where she is attend- I
ing the Anderson College and Miss 1
Virginia came from Clinton, where
she is at school.
Mr. W. W. Matthews has arrived
in the city and taken charge of the i
work in the Press and Banner office. 1
He is a printer of experience and
will keep the work of the office up
to its present high standard. Mrs.
Matthews will come to Abbeville in
a few days. They will keep house
in the cottage of Mr. Fred Cason, ;
next to his residence.
Miss Helen Edwards is in Rock
liar oioter MlSS
mil tins wccrw Y1UV1U5 uv> ?,
Georgia Edwards, who is at Winthrop
as Secretary to President Johnson.
While away Miss Edwards will have
the pleasure of hearing Helen Keller
make her lecture on "Happiness" to
the college girls.
Mr. S. D. Emerson, of Long Beach,
Cal., was in the city several days
last week, the guest of Mr. J. S.
Preston Speed came down from
Greenville and spent Sunday with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs P B. Speed.
Percy Leach and David Wood, of
Atlanta, spent Sunday here with relatives
Miss Helen Smith came down from
Anderson and spent the weekend
here with her home people.
Dote Smith was down town Tuesday
morning with his everyday
clothes on and looking just like a
Col. W. W. Bradley did not buy
the big car he was riding around
in Sunday . He was afraid it would
eat up all the profits of his mining
Mrs. A. B: Robinson, of Long Cane
township, with her charming daughter,
visited Abbeville Monday and
bought the latest styles in dress
goods and notions from our stores,
which always carry the goods to
please the most fastidious.
Col. Bill Wilson came out Tuesday
in his new Easter suit which he
bought three years ago.
Miss Margaret Perrin came home
from Anderson College for the Easiter
holidays and brought her friend,
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Miss Martha uwings, wim ner.
Miss Annie Grier, of Spartanburg,
is in the city visiting her friend, Miss
Mary Quarles Link. Miss Grier has
visited here before and our young
people are always glad to have her
Mrs. Albert Power, who has been
in Dr. Pryor's Hospital in Chester,
is in Abbeville spending sometime
with Mrs. J. L. McMillan. Her friends
will be glad to know that she is recovering
Jimmie Cothran made the hearts
of our young people glad on Sunday
by coming home. He took in the
moving pictures, the decorated
I churches, and then went back to col
lege at Greenville Monday.
Rev. H. Waddell Pratt went up to
Due West last Sabbath and made an
address in the afternoon before the
Y. M. C, A. He was accompanied
on his trip by Mrs. Pratt and Messrs
A. B. and Joel S. Morse.
Col. Patrick Roche, many years
ago a resident of this city, was here
Saturday shaking hands with friends
of by-gone years.
Mrs. A. Brown and Charlton
Brown spent Sunday in the city at
the home of Mrs. Pennel, visiting
Engineer Brown. They came up from
Miss Katherine Link went up to
Belton Tuesday afternoon, where she
will visit Miss Bess Allen until Thursday.
During her stay they will go,
to Anderson and see the Clemson
Mr. Bob Hill and son, Robert, of
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week in the city with the family of
Mr. R. M. Hill.
Miss Mary Quarles Link entertained
the young ladies Bridge Club most j
pleasantly last Friday morning in
compliment to her visitor, Miss Annie .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Miller went to i
Monroe, N. C., last week and spent
the Easter with Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
ENTERTAINING HER NEIGHBORS
Mrs. R. L. Dargan entertained hei
neighbors on Wardlaw street last
Wednesday at a pleasant party. Delightful
refreshments were served
and the afternoon was spent in conversation.
COMING TO THE WEDDING.
Miss Minnie Lee Helms is in the
city from Monroe, N. C., and will
act as maid of honor at the marriage
of her friend, Miss Macie Barnett
and Mr. Cliff Deadwyler, Thursday
in the Baptist Church. Miss Helms
is a charming young lady and is
making many friends among our
A DANCING PARTY.
Miss Margaret Cothran entertained
at a dancing party last Friday night,
complimentary to Miss Margaret Perrin
and her friend, Miss Owings. The
time passed pleasantly, the young
people dancing until a late hour.
PREPARING FOR LIFE.
Hubert Cox left last Monday afternoon
for Columbia, where he goes to
take a course in McFeat's Business
College. He will be greatly missed
by the young folks of the city, but
both old and young wish him success
in all his undertakings.
On Good Friday, April 21st, 1916,
at Georgetown, to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Edwards, a daughter.
Last Friday and Saturday the town
was made lovely and bright by the
coming of a large covey of orioles.
They stayed the two days and our
yard was aflutter with bright and
beautiful colors and gay with the
chatter of the little visitors.
A BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Little Elizabeth' Lyon celebrated
her sixth birthday last Friday afternoon
and invited her little friends
to a delightful party. The little
folks hunted Easter eggs, played
games and enjoyed the goodies served
at the close of the afternoon.
UP FROM THE NEW COUNTY.
Dr. Whit Cheatham and Miss Bessie
Stillwell came up from the brand
new county of McCormick last week
and Spent from Friday until Monday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
There will be preaching services
at Warrenton church on Saturdaj
and dinner will be served on the
grounds. On Sunday the pastor will
deliver two sermons, and a lecture
will be given by Miss Frees, ar
JOY RIDING WITH A
Last Sunday on our way home
from church we were invited to rid<
home in the car of Mr. R. L. Mabry
and in addition to enjoying the ride
we were delighted to see the cai
driven by his handsome young son,
Rivers, who is getting on in years
having passed his fifth birthday som(
time ago. He is as fine a chauffer a:
he is good looking, so any one maj
know that he is excellent indeed.
He had on a handsome Easter suit
of blue and a sporty looking hat.
TRAVELING ON THE SABBATH.
About every other week John Lomax
takes the itch in his heel anc
has to travel somewhere. He makes
frequent visits to such foreign port*
as Anderson, Greenwood, Darraughs
and recently has added Newberry tc
his list. Last Sabbath he went tc
Greenwood took breakfast, ther
went on to Newberry, stayed awhilf
and then came back to Greenwood
for supper, all of which looks to an
experienced man like killing twe
birds with one stone.
A HAPPY MARRIAGE.
A A Pliwlrortolno on/1 Mr
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Kyle McAdams were married Saturday
evening, April 22nd, 1916, at
the Methodist parsonage by Rev. J,
L. Daniel, in the presence of a few
friends and relatives.
Mrs. McAdams is the daughter of
Mrs. E M.. Clinkscales and has lived
all her life in Abbeville. She has
many friends who wish her every
happiness. Mr. McAdams is the son
of Mr. R. 0. McAdams of the Antreville
section. He has an excellent
position at City Point, Va., and is
making his way in the world.
The young couple will make their
home in Virginia, leaving immediately
after the ceremony. They are
followed by the good wishes of their
THE CIVIC CLUB.
The regular meeting of the Civic
Club was held at the home of the
President last Thursday afternoon
at half past four o'clock. The afternoon
was devoted to "Art" and a
most interesting paper on the subject
was read by Mr. W. E. Hill. Mr.
Hill's paper was full of information
and was entertaining throughout.
Mrs. E. C. Horton and Mrs. J. D,
Kerr will represent the club at the
meeting of the Federation in Anderson
in May. Mrs. Frank B. Gary,
who is Vice-President, will attend
The business of the meeting was
the discussion of the erection of a
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resolved that the club spend whal
money they have on hand for this
purpose. This will add much to the
beauty of the town.
The work on the Southern flowei
yard is going steadily forward, and
is under the capable management oi
Mrs. M. B. Syfan.
i HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Miss Julia and Miss Marion Mabry,
the two pretty daughters of Mr. and
: Mrs. R. L. Mabry, came home for the
Easter holidays. Miss Julia came
' from Columbia, where she has an excellent
position, and Miss Marion
came from Winthrop, where she is
reflecting credit on her self and her
home town by her stand in her
A DICTIONARY IN DEMAND.
The headline man on the Sunday
State is an artist for sure and he
made a plain old dictionary a popular
book for a while Sunday morning
in Abbeville. When our good
friend, James A. Hill got his paper
out of the post office and struck the
headline which said that "No Tergiversation
will be permitted" in
the leading article about Germany,
he was a perplexed and bewildered
man. He asked us what it meant,
but we had an engagement and moved
oft in a hurry but not before we
heard him say that he "didn't believe
therehwas any such word in the
It is a word, of "learned length and
thundering sound," and if any one
will take the trouble to look it up
one thing is certain, he will never
I forget the word nor the' meaning.
THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
The County Democratic Convention
will meet in the court house on
next Monday morning at which time
tliorp will hp n rp-nrtrnnidation nf +}ip
I forces in this county. Delegates
will also be elected to the State Convention.
On last Saturday the members of
the several clubs in the County met
and re-organized. Very little interest
was taken in these meetings, only
a few people being present at the
meetings of the clubs No. 1 and No.
2 in the city.
In Club No. 1, D. H. Hill was elected
President; J. L. Perrin, VicePresident;
and E. C. Horton, Secretary
and member of Executive Commitee.
T. G. Perrin, J. S. Morse,
and R. S. McCombs were appointed
as a committee on Enrollment.
The following were elected as delegates
to the County Convention: A.
B. Morse, W. M. Barnwell, J. L. Perrin,
W. H. Long, J. M. Nickles, H. S
Dellinger, W. N. Graydon, W. P.
Beard, and D. H. Hill, each delegate
being authorized to appoint an alternate
in case he cannot attend.
In No. 2, J. Moore Mars was elected
President, J. E. Jones, Secretary,
and A. F. Calvert, member of the
: Executive committee. The following
were named as delegates to the
County Convention: J. L. Hill, W.
W. L. Keller, Hugh Boiven, W. P.
Wham, J. T. Cheatham, J. Howard
Moore, W. A. Stevenson, R. E. Hill,
P. A. Cheatham, W. W. Bradley and
* G. A. Neuffer. The Committee on
r Enrollment consists of J. E. Jones,
| A. F. Calvert and J. A. Alewine.
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The Talk Of T
A MISSIONARY LECTURE. g
Miss Georgians Fress, a young
Egyptian girl, made a lecture in the P
Presbyterian church last Monday af- P
ternoon. Miss Fress is in America
and is studying to be a doctor and "
after finishing her course, will re- a
turn to her own country and work tl
among her own people. ei
Miss Fress is a bright and attrac- t<
tive young woman ana xens many in- ?
teresting things about her people and h
of their need of the Christian relig- o
ion. She was raised among the wealthy
class, her father being phyBician ti
to the Sultan. He invited some g
American missionaries to his, house
as his daughter tells us "to have
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Dance enthusiasts enj
idid music of the Victroia.
greatest bands and orchest
with a Victroia, they kee
you want them to stop.
We will be glad to play the 1:
time you find it convenient to <
complete line of Victors and Vict]
you about our system of easy ten:
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ood time", and in this way became
onverted to the Christian faith. He
)st much of his property and hie
osition at court, but they were hap*
y in their faith.
Miss Fress has made good progress
i learning to speak our language,
nd held her audience Monday for
iree quarters of an hour in inter* .. ;;a
3ted attention. When she returns
> her home she will be the first
ative woman physician and she
opes to do much good among the
ppressed women of Egypt.
Miss Fress will be in Abbeville nn?
il Friday at the home of Miss Mag*
ie Brooks. '.
Printing, Phone No. 10.
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Victrola XIV, $150
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joy dancing to the splenIt
is just like having the
:ras to play for you. And
p right on playing until
atest dance numbers for you any
come in. We'll show you the
rolas too?$10 to $400~and tell
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more to you if
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