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R. Glenn Kay went over to Atlanta
yesterday on business.
W. A. Harris was a visitor to v
Asbeville this week. ^
Mrs. J. G. Sutherland, of Monterey,
wa? m town Wednesday.
J. A. Mcllwain, of Hodges, was in a
town Wednesday. T
S. 0. Botts, of Central,, was in ^
town Tuesday. ^
I Claude Winn, -of Cold Springs, was
in town Wednesday afternoon, *
Mr. Neil Ellis, of Atlanta, was a
visitor in Abbeville this week. ^
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Mr. Cliff Shaw of Atlanta, was a
visitor in Abbeville Thursday.
Capt. W. J. Bryson has returned
from a weeks' visit to his mother at
Cashiers Valley, N. C. n
Thompson Penney, of the Sharon S
neighborhood, has returned from ser- ft!
vice overseas. Ii
Billy Bradley came up from Co- ^
lumbia Monday and was a guest at
the Klugh-Garner wedding Tuesday.
Miss Marion Mabry is at home af- ^
ter "mermaiding it" for two weeks
at Sullivan's Island.
Miss Cora Moragne of Bordeaux,
visited friends in Abbeville Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Klugh of P
Rock Hill, are visiting Mr. Klugh's f<
mother, Mrs. J. C. ,Klugh. ti
Mrs. T. A. Klugh and children left o
yesterday for a visit to relatives in j<
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Mrs. A. B. Cheatham of Green- fc
wood, was in the city yesterday for
a few hours.
I Mr. Jas. Jolliffe, of Norfolk, Va.,
is here on a visit to his mother "at e
the heme of his sister, Mrs. Harry ?
A. T. Hall has been visiting his J
father, W. H. Hall, at Antreville, a
who lias been ill, but is now greatly b
Lieut. W. Leslie McMillan has returned
from overseas, being a mem- v
ber of the famous "wild-cat" Divis- f
lf-rc R W PfMpnhftro' has returned V
I'rom a visit with relatives in Sumter, h
Vcampanying her were her niece f
md nephew, Ruth and Francis Lyon, v
Miss !?arah Boyd of Greenville, is d
n the city for a visit to her sister, L
dies Jennie Boyd at the Community' 1<
Mis9 Essie Lee McCord went up to1 c
.liberty and spent several days this t
reek with her uncle, Mr. A. F. Mc- i
]!ord, who is quite sick.
Misses Louise Brown, Bessie Lee s
/heatham and Mrs. A. B. Morse at- \
ended the executive meeting of the '
k>uth Carolina Presbyterial at f
Jreenville Thursday. j
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hinson, who t
>ave been living on Greenville street, t
ave rented the apartments recently r
acated by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilkes ]
n Magazine street and moved in. ?
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Mrs. Frank Evans is here from (
partanburg and will spend a month ^
ith !her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
fhite on Chestnut street. Her
-ieruis are always glad to see her.
Robert L. Cheatham hae received I
is discharge from the anny, and is <
a Abbeville shaking hands with his
riends. He was a member of the
Sol. H. Rosenberg has returned
rom New York, where he went sevral
weeks ago to attend to fall buylg
for the Rosenberg Mercantile
Miss Clayton Shirley and Miss
:uth Steele returned home Wednesay
after a" pleasant visit with
riends and relatives in Spencer and
harlotte, N. C.?
Sergt. Wardlaw Lyon, formerly of
.bbeville, but now living in Greenille,
visited friends in Abbeville this
'eek. Sergt. Lyon has been stationd
at Fort McPherson since returning
Miss Louise McDill came over
rom Union Sunday and was a guest
t the Klugh-Garner wedding on
'uesday. Miss McDill will teach un
I the middle of July, and will at- <
and several house parties before
oming to Abbeville for the "vacaion.
Miss Lucia Featheretone of Greenrood,
is visiting at the home of Mr.
>. C. Haskell.
Mrs. C. J. Lyon, of Greenville, was '
ere to attend the Klugh^Garner
A marriage of much interest to
jany friends throughout this state.;
nd North Carolina, was that of Miss;
hirley Catharine Hix and J. Harold j
loore, of Wilmington, North Caro- 1
na, which was solemnized yesterday
t noone at the home of the bride's
ncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Mrs. Moore is a sister of C. E.
[ix, superintendent of the Abbeville (
Pater and Electric Light Co. Mr. '
Lix attended the wedding.
Mrs. Benton Entertains.
Mrs. Frank Benton gave a pleasnt
party Tuesday afternoon in hon- (
r of her niece, Miss Mary Celeste
arler, who is here from Wedgefield
or a visit. Rook was the enterainment
and there were five tables
f players. The tables were placed
n the veranda and sweet sixteen enDyed
the games and the delightful
ream and cake served as refreshes.
Benton was assisted in enteraining
by Mrs. J. M. Anderson*
WHY IS A SAFE?
Col. Patrick Roche has just returhd
from a pleasure trip to Dyson and
iray stations, where he chaperoned a
iarty of small boys consisting of|
old man Gilliam, Will Calvert and
ack Perrin." He tells us that crops
xe good about Dyson, and that the
rick business is prosperous and the
and sharks are busy in that section
He was greatly worried, however,
fhen he first arrived at Dyson. He
ound that Col. McMillan, the King
See of that place, had a large iron
afe. He was still more confused
fhen he got up to the habitation ofj
lis old friend, Col. Billy Owen and
ound him in possession of a like
weapon. He said he knew people
vere not foolish enough in these
lays to buy iron safes to keep money:
n, as that article is now so worth-'
ess that nobody would steal it if ]
hey had a chance. He knew thqrtj
hey had not "carried these safes!
>ver" from the other season because,
hey were not there wh6n he was last
n th4t section.
But not caring to be inquisitive
ibout the matter he contained himelf
until one of the men at the
vorks ran up and said he was
'snake-bit," when Col. Owens careully
worked the combination, unocked
the safe, and took out a quart
>f anti-snake-bite and gave the pa-j
,ient a dose, thereby revealing the
lse of the safe. The Colonel did
lot know that snakes were so bad in
Dyson until then, but in the nexV
;wo or three hours in walking about
;he place he was bitten himself four
>r five times, each time a little worse
Jian the other time.
Martins Mill is now ready for
grinding corn and wheat.
3-27-Pd. W. F. BECKWITH.
The modern Rat Destroyer.
Kills and completely consumes
the body of the Rodent, leaving
no resultant odor. It really
does what others claim to do.
Harmless to handle, but do not
Safe, Sure, Sanitary.
Try it on our guarantee.
25 Cent* a Package.
McMurray Drug Co
HONOR ROLL OF SIXTH
AND SEVENTH GRADES
Foster Barnwell, Louis J. Bristow,
Donald Harris, Jack Thomson, Sara
Edwards, Grances Gilliam, Frances
Rose, JHary Swetenburg.
Ellis Poliakoff, Madge Ferguson,
Judith Hill,' Jeanie White.
Sara Edwards, Frances Gilliam.
Sara Edwards, Judith Hill, Myrtle
McMahan, Frances Rose, Jeanie
White, Ralph Bauknight, Donald
Harris, Ernest Hughes, Robert Mundy,
(Miss Lillian Swetenburg, Teacher.)
Willie Bowie, Floyd Hawthorne,
Bernard Roche, Ray Swetenburg,
Caroline Chalmers, Helen Cromer,
Mary Shaw Gilliam, Mary Jones, Annie
Mabry, Debby Owen, Marion
Grace Milford, Elizabeth Lyon.
Mary Shaw Gilliam, Elizabeth Lyon,
Joe Gaston, Ray Swetenburg, Annie
Mabry, Mary Shaw Gilliam,
Debby Owen, Marion Wilson, Caroline
Chalmers, Grace Milford, Elizabeth
Sergt. Arthur P. Rosenberg, who
recently landed at Newport News, is
now stationed at Camp Jackson and
is momentarily expecting his discharge.
FOR SALE:?Good mule. Apply to
M. E. HOLLINGSWORTH.
LOST:?Handbag between Abbeville
and one mile beyond Watts. Papers
of Singer Sewing Machine Co., in
bag. Return to Press and Banner
Mr. J. L. Clark's gun shop and get
reward. 0. M. DUFFIE.
6-20-3t Pd. ,
FOR SALE:?One Car of 29 Gauge
Corrugated Galvanized Roofing, at
$5.50 per square.
THE L. W. WHITE CO.
" FAITH "
A DRAMA CF POWER AND
MUTT & JEI
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Mrs. Davis Entertain*.
Mrs. Thos. L. Davis, who is spending
the summer with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Stark, gave a delightful
card party Tuesday afternoon in
compliment to Mrs. R. L. Dargan.
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ine nouse was Deauuiuiiy aecorateu
in Shasta Daisies and the sixteen invited
guests played with zest the attractive
game of Bridge.
A salad course with mints and
sherbet was served as refreshments.
The morning Bridge Club has been
reorganized and met Thursday morning
with Mrs. Frank B. Gary. The
club ceased to meet during the war
end the members devoted their time
,to Red Cross work.
Mr. Verchot Back.
Mr. J. A. Verchot, who is well remembered
around Abbeville, passed
through town Tuesday with the Alar
bama troops on their way to Camp
Gordon from France. The soldiers
came up town for exercise and Mr.
Verchot waved a cheerful greeting to
his old friends. He says as soon as
he "19 discharged- he is going to take
the first train back to Abbeville.
Mrs. Kellar Added
20 Pounds Weight
Greenville Woman Tells of Remarkable
Benefit Tanlac Gave?Made
"I improved in every way right
from the start after I began taking
Tanlac, and I gained in weight from
one hundred and seventeen pounds to
one hundred and thirty-seven pounds
?an increase of twenty pounds?
and I soon was in such good health,
so far, as my stomach was concerned,
that I could eat and enjoy anything
I wanted and digest it, too, even if
I had suffered about eight years
with stomach trouble."
The remarkable results given Mrs.
Annie Kellar, of 115 Murphy "Street,
Greenville, S. ", by Tanlac, were
described in her highly interesting
statement, of which the above paragraph
is a part. Continuing, Mrs.
"l suffered irom indigestion ana
stomach trouble particularly, which
I had for about eight years, and I
failed to find any medicine that
would break up the trouble. I suffered
a great deal with pains in mj
stomach and chest after meals and
also a burning sensation. Gas formed
on my stomach almost all the
time. I had headaches so badly thai
I could hardly endure them at timet
and my nerves were on edge. Mj
appetite had left me and I did nol
eat anything hardly. I had to b<
very careful of what I did'eat.
"Then I began taking Tanlac be
cause I had heard so much about th<
good it was doing others in Green
ville. The Tanlac made me bette:
almost from the start and I improv
ed rapidly in every way. I gaine<
twenty pounds in weight and th<
Tanlac gave me a grand appetite anc
I soon was eating anything I wanted
The headaches were broken up an<
my nerves strengthened. My strengtl
was increased greatly, and I sooi
was almost a different person.
"Tanlac is a good medicine?th<
best I ever., took?and I canno
praise it too liberally for trouble
like I had. I shall always take Tan
lac when I have ailments for whicl
Tan!ac is recommended."
(THE BEST OR
?F A Fox Suns
20c. 20c. - . .
A Rook Party.
Mrs. Frank B. Gary gave a rook
party Tuesday afternoon to little
Miss Etheline Pope, who is he^e from
Columbia on a visit. The little folks
played rook and ate ice cream and
cake and just had a "grand" time.
The War is Over.
ADOevuie has been In sackcloth
and ashes "enduring the war" hut
is beginning to come out again and
the town is,in a whirl of gaiety.
Many of the younger set are thinking
of a social secretary to keep
tract of their engagements.
up with the country i
your land improves i
tftne you have been
piece of ground and;
1 put it off, and you've
go up in the meantin
buying property it i
fhia "n<a??r1 fhaf Pftiinffi
V*AV X-' VVVi V&1WV VVMAAVU
I have for sale the
owned by Mr. Gord<
of 92 acres of good li
Limits. Abort 60 a
well and is being cul
it will make a bale o:
The best field of cot
where this1 year :1s on
a nice pasture of Si
water. Also, plenty
The house has been:
ily worth $4,000. Go
>\ This is the prettiest 1
Come and take a loo
j terms to suit you,.
I have 176 acres o:
I miles from Abbevill<
r| ' belonging to Mr. Vei
1 open good land, 25
^ plenty of wood and
houses, barns, etc. <
5 $6500, with good tei
[ 1919, the buyer gets
j bales of cotton, w(
Just think of it, ovei
1171 iL' 1.
i yv ncii you iiiiiik
i ing real estate
i Dixie Lam
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"We Cut theEarti
' j L. M. TOLBERT, Mgr.
ix nuow J
1 FARNUM The Roma,
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A Rook Party.
Miss Margaret Swetenburg gave a.
> lively Rook party at her home Thanh
i day afternoon in honor of Miss Lacy
i Evelyn Nichols and Miss Margartl
, lvicxviuutJii. mere were uwcirvjr ur
* vited guests who took much pleasure
in the games and in the cliinml^
Refreshments of cream and cab
Services at Little Mountain.
There will be services at the little
Mountain Presbyterian Chmdk
Sunday morning, June 29, condnetaA
by the Rev. H. C. FenneL
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means getting ricn
in value. For a long
considering buying a
you have put it off and
seen the price of land
tie. When it comes to
is not intentions, but
Jones place, (now
m White) consisting
and. Partly in the City
cres of this land lies
itivated now. Lots of
f cotton to the acre.
ton I have seen anyithisnlace.
3 acres with running
r of wood for place,
remodeled and is easod
well right at house.
Ideation around town,
k. Price is right, with
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? good land for sale, 7
b, on Penney's Creek,
st Bell. 4 horse farm,
acres fine bottoms,
water, 3 good tenant >
Offering this place for j
mis. If sold by July 1,
; the rent, which is 7 i
sighing 450 lbs. each.
$1,000 worth of -coti
: of buying or se!!=
talk the matter
d Company 1
\ to Suit YourTaste" 1
Abbeville, S. C. 1
MAE MARSH | '
ALL WOMAN" I
ic? of a Good Girl Who Tamct! the |
Bad Town. I
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