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personals : ^
W. B. Nickles, McCormick, was a
visitor in Abbeville Monday.
Mr. Albert Rosenberg left Sunday
. on a business trip to New York.
Mrs. Frank Nickles went down to
Hodges last Thursday and was the
guest of friends at a dining. :
Miss Mildred Cochran left Monday
for Lander to resume her studies after
spending the holiday season here.
Mrs. Smith and Miss Willie Meadows,
Winder, Ga., are the guests of
Mrs. Frank Andrews.
11 Misses Sydelle Graves, ana Aipns
Graves left Sunday for Rock Hill to
resume their studies at Winthrop.
Geddings Roche left Sunday for
Belmont, N. C., where he is a student
at Belmont Abbey College.
Mrs. Lizzie Cason has returned to
her school at Anderson after enjoying
the Christmas season here.
Miss Margaret Cox. Miss Helen
Haigler le^t Monday for Chicora Collect
after spending the Christmas
season with relatives in Abbeville.
Miss Ada Wham left Sunday for
Hartsville after spending the holidays
with relatives in Abbeville.
Mrs. Gertrude Sign, Columbia, who
has been spending the holidays with
relatives here, left Monday for her
Miss Frances Calhoun came over
from Agnes Scott College Saturday
^ and is visiting for a few days at the
home of Mr. L. C. Haskell.
Miss Marion Cason left Saturday
to resume her school duties at Inman
after a two weeks vacation spent in
. ^ !
Miss Maggie Latimer came up from
Augusta and spent several days of
last week with her mother, Mrs. Latimer.
Miss Angela Roche returned Sunday
to Greenville, where she is attending
school. She was accompanied
by her brother, Mr. Julian Roche,
Miss Sarah Haigler, Miss Mary
Haigler, Miss Mary Adams and Misj
Winona Barksdale left Monday foi
Coker to resume their studies aftei
spending the holidays with relative*
Miss Annie Greer, who has beer
the guest of Miss Mary Quarles LinJ
for the past several days, left Sundaj
for her home in Spartanburg.
Mrs. Edward H. Bailey and little
Dorothy Bailey, of Chicago, and Miss
Leola Hannon of Charlotte, after i
week's visit with Mrs. Jas. S. Coch
ran, left Sunday for Charlotte.
Mrs. Elizabeth Nickles and Mis;
Pearl Nickles of McCormick, wh(
have been visiting at the home 01
Dr. J. Ti. Nickles, left Sunday fo:
Misses Margaret Wilson, Kate Has
kell, Lois Ferguson, Lydia Owen
___ ^ Mary Reed Moore, Mary Wilson anc
^ Mildred Wilson left Sunday for Win
"throp after spending the holiday:
-with relatives hjere.
Major and Mrs. W. H. Long an
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Bpeiiuiiig uic wintcx at vuc duicac
Hotel, their apartment on Ellis stree!
hav; ~ v- \iken by Mr. and Mrs
Fri^':" and "Snookie" Nickle:
and 'itt'e *'?len Zeig'er spetn th<
Chr:- m -:;i?on in. Aiken with -Mr
Mi" c v ??. a pretty young lad\
from t'-o v country, has been ir
the " 'ovc ai cny3 visum^ mis'
Prud? M* . Mr;nv picas nt attcn
^ions hfive ' :cr. shown Miss Stokes.
We are getting in
Lines, Back Banc
All of the extra
I Cruppers, Lines, T
Ranrla. Rridles. an
! We have a few s
I Our prices are i
No. 18 North Mail
| Ansel Putnam of Due West, was
in town Saturday.
Sam Morris of Atlanta, is visiting
I friends in the city.
R. H. Cogburn of Atlanta, is visiting
friends in the city.
I Mias Elizabeth Jones has returned
j to Anderson College.
Morrell Thomas, Spartanburg, war
a visiter in Abbeville Sunday,
Miss Mary Grace Wilson, Watts,
=pent the week-end with her aunt,
Mrs. J. D. Wilson.
Miss Winnie Read of Iva, spent the
week-end with her friend, Miss Margaret
* Misses Virginia Galloway and Mary
Jordan of Due West, were in town
Friday afternoon to see "Everywoman."
Miss Elizabeth Edmonds left Sun*
day for Chester, where she has ac,
cepted a position with D. E. Estes.
Dr. B. D. Gray, Secretary of the
Home Mission Board of the Southern
Baptist Convention, preached in the
Baptist church Sunday morning.
Miss Annie Lou Wham will return
to Baltimore today, after a Christmas
' visit to her sisters, Misses Clara and
? Nina Wham.
* Miss Louise McDill left Sunday to
5 ~esume her duties as teacher in the
j pchools at Union, S. C., after spending
the holidays with her mother, Mrs
1 T. H. McDill.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dargan, daughter
and two sons, who have been
, quests at the home of Mr. S. J. Link.
3 returned Monday to their home in
The eight-months old baby of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Trlbble, died Sunday
s morning of pneumonia. Interment
> was made at Long Cane Monday aff
Mrs. Hubert Furman is in the city
' from Atlanta visiting among her
many friends and relatives. Mrs.
J Furnrn is always a welcome visitor,
and receives much pleasant attention
i; The following invitations have
hoen recp'^e*? i1 /hhe"Ple:
Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Etiward Franklin
renu??t the p!?a=ure of your comnany
5 nt the marrirre op their daughter
Mr. E^.vle Hemphill Jones
in Wedn<"=''a,T "t,o"r>oon. in? touit??nth
i at half three o'clock
; pwo hundred fifteen Xorlh Bro:t'l
Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
a nice lot of Slip Harnes
heavy two-horse Bree
I, Belly Bands and E
parts, such as, Shaft
races, Hames and Tugs,
d Hold-back Straps.
ets of Double Harness,
ight. Come and see.
A New Man In Town.
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There is a new man in town wno is
making a lively stir among his friends
,.rk left him Christmas Eve at
lhe home of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Thomson,
Jr. He weighs eleven pounds and
is named S. Goode, III. He can make
a loud and lively noise now but even
his fond father is not exactly sure
what he is saying: .
A Pleasant Dance.
Miss Kate Haskell and Mr. Allen
Haskell en'erained the yonn? ppo^lej
at a p-easant dance at their home
Saturday night. From nine until
twelve the young folks enjoyed all
the pleasures of the many dances in
vogue now, while good-bye's were exchanged
by those returning to college.
All together the young people had a
Gives Stag Supper.
J. Foster McLane entertained a
number of his friends Friday night at
his home at a turkey sunoer. Dr. J.
E. Pc&sly acted as toaatmaster and
told a number of jokes which the
host has asked not to be published.
The guests were, J. L. Johnson, W.
A. Stevenson, Sheriff R. M. Burts, J.
E. Jones, R. L. Mabry, Mayor J. M.
Mars, Henry Gilliam, Lamar Gilliam,
Dr. J. E. Pressly, Eugene McMillan,
and T. G. Perrin.
A Pleasant Tea Party.
Miss Mary White entertained her
young friends at a nleasant tea narty
Friday night at her home on Greenville
street. The time passed pleasantly
in the engagement of an apoetizing
tea, a literary contest and a
drawing contest. In the literary contest
Miss Lynch was awarded first
prize and Miss Sarah Thomson of
Rock Hill, the booby, while in the
drawing contest Miss Mary Greene
was given first prize and Miss Flor
ence i^cuuci sciuuui
The evening was full of merriment
and will be remembered by all as one
of the pleasantest of the Christmas
Misses May and Eugenia Robertson
entertained at two tables of
j Bridge Friday afternoon. Mrs. R. L.
| Dargan, Mrs. W. M. Barnwell, Mrs.
I J. F. Barnwell, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. W.
D. Barksdale and Mrs. Austin were
the players. The games were lively
and were enjoyed as was also the
elaborate salad course served after
the game3 were over.
Mrs. W. I). Bark-dale was hostess
to ten friends Saturday afternoon
i who onjoy?d a lively game of Bridge,
' and the delicious refreshments of
?r fruit. ?a'iul.s and coffee which
were server!. The Indies present were
s. S. G. Thomson. Miss Plevna Seal
('. S. Jones Mrs. Thos. Davis,
W. M. 1' i/rwell, Mrs. J. Foster
. nwell, Mr<. R. L. Darg:n, and
t"i ?.I " a ul Enormia Robertson.
Tl>? A. R. P. Ladies Meet.
The first ^"e^in"" of th<* vtt nthe
Ladies' Society of the Associat
Reformed church ,was held at th
home of Mrs. J. C. Klugh last Thurs
day afternoon. The society has ha
a successful year and the meetinj
Thursday was indicative of the yea
lo come. An entertaining prograr
had been arranged which Include
music by Mrs. Sallie Bradley, whic
is always enjoyed, Mrs. Paxil Grid
Mrs. John Pressly and Mrs. Mami
^ress'y of Pue West were guests o
Delightful refrsehments were sen
ed by Mrs. Garner, Mrs. Maultzby an
Mise Margaret Klugh, the thre
charming daughter? of the house.
? ? . *#nrT UfClMMrO
L>.A. K.""' mtr. i m
The An^r^w Hamilton Chap*e
D. A. R. will meet Wednesday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock in-the chante
Mrs. J. A. Lon.s,
\ MISTAKE CORRECTED. 1
V In an ad of the Goa Hill's 1
V Minstrels printed in last issue 1
V it was stated that the show 1
V would be given "Thurdsay, 1
S. January 6." This was, on the 1
<V face of it, a mistake and
\ should have read "Tuesday,
V January 6."
Death of Lit !" "Vorje Lee Sro'\
The following Th<> 17 'cr
field Advertiser will be read wil
<-.orrow here. Prof, and M" S^o
i formerly lived at Ninety Six.
Little Gporee Lee Scott. th? -bal
boy of Prof, and Mrs. Williavi 1
Scott, died suddenly on Tuesday a
ternoon, December 16th. The lit'
one wculd have been two years o
; on December 30th.
Little George Lee had been nla;
ing during . the afternoon with h
father, and later the two. wi^h t>
nurse, went out in*o the yard. Whi
playing he lost his breath, it seeme<
and never regained it.
A physician was immediately sun
moned and he stated the child ha
died from heart failure. He had su
fered similar attacks.
Death of Mrs. Tallulah Tribble.
Mr-. Tallulah Tribble, wife of th
late J. Prick Tribble of Dori-1 Is. die
at the home of her son Mr. C.
T m'UUIa Tfnrfn r?rl n it o ffnv ? r.
1 I IUUIC, I1CIC JV.OUV.I UUJ IIJ.VV-I. 1-4. 41
months of ill health. Sho ha ! mi '
Greenwood her home for cn'v a ' W
time, having moved here with he
~.rn ju ;t a few months .ito. Sh^
a native of DonaHs and wa=
daughter of Richard Seawright. Tli
Vr'y will he carried to hor lorrr
home tor':iy through the co-in-ry * ?>
<he funov:'.l service-? will
'ucterl there tomorrow moriirvr n.
11 o'clock. Shr? is ?=;irvivo'l Kv f
following children, Mrs. A. J. Agnew
of Chariot'e, N. C., Mrs. Dora Donald,
of Donalds, Mrs. Lucia Allhon
F of Donalds, Messrs. J. A., L' P., and
B. W. Tribble, of this cr'y. Mrs.
Tribble was a devoted member of y
he Methodijt church, in which she v
j always to k an active part She was a i
woman of exemplary character and ]i
.eaves host of friends who mourn h
passing.?Index Journal. fi
YH ROSENBJkG. fi
"ark, who has been with ir
^ the Hot Hustler for the past three ig]
year , ha^; resigned his ?o i!ion n p
is now connected with the grocery
j 0.2 ox .;e Rosenburg Mercantile lj
. Co. 1G
W ON SQJTHERN. h
Ther*? was a treight wreck on the 11
Southern this morning between c!
r Greenwood and Columbia and the ^
" 11:20 train from Hodges failed to
r make co :nection with the up train,
co requenlly the noon mail was ^
Tiny Parrish," Gaffney, and o
' Mr. G. J. Shackleford, Abbeville, i]
were married Saturday eveniing at tl
the home of the bride's parents, Mr. t]
~<.J Mr- J. J. Parrish. Gaffney, the t.
Rev. J. M. Hamrick officiating. p
Mr. and Mrs. Shackleford arrived j
in Abbeville Sunday and are making a
*heir home with Mrs. J. L. Johnson, jit
-VI I. kJliaUMCJLUlU tCWCIl if a\,vv ?ww . | ^
* position with the Press and Banner I
^ nr.d he end his bride are given a r
^ cordial welcome to Abbeville.
I WANTS |;
' LOST?Little pale red cow, keen
4-f ! 1
horns. Strayed away Tuesday,
! 2.?>rd. Reasonable reward t."> fin<?)y'
er. T. G. Sutherland, Route 1, ;
Abbeville, S. C. 12-30-3t pd.
r' ; * 1
i,j STRAYED?Red heifer, 1 year oll.i
I V I ~
I owner can get same by paying: for'
VJ advertisement. S. B. WHITE, |(
i l-2-3t.Pd. Route 5.J*
1p FOR SALE:?4 pigs, 2 1-2 mohths j
d, old, half Durrock and half Poland j
China, at $7.50 each. Also one full f
i- Jersey heifer calf 2 1-2 months old j
id for $25. Apply Box 76. Ab^e- v
f-, ville, S. C. l-6-3tPd. S
- - - ~ STRAYED?Two
cows, one brindle,
dehorned?one black and white dehorned,
with chain abut neck.
ie W. D. Wilson and Bob McComb.
1 1-6-31. I
v ~ j
WANTED?A man with experience,
to work in Dry Goods store. j
r l-G-3t. The L. W. White Co.
a FOR RENT?Two hor:e farm, four;c
e milos from Abbovillo on the'n
("rn nwco'l road, 75 acros in cul- j
' fivation.closc to church and school. .
Will rent reasonably. c>. V/. Bruce, '
McCormic!:, S. C., Ron't* 2, or J. j
e Howard Moore, Abbeville.
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AMunnlle. S. C. i
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"FLO FLO" FRIDAY J
That dainty and exquisite mua-" :*
U comedy entitled Flo-Flo, which ' ~f\
ill come to the Grand Opera House
Parting Friday night Jan. 8th. for "a
mited engagement of one night oni
is fascinating, rejuvenating and..
all of pep and go, from the firrt , '
loment the curtain rises until the
nal one falkj. And the costuming v .3
i wonderful, practically everything
naginable in women's wear being
down in three striking fashion
arades. _ ? -*|a
me book is by Fred de Gresac, the
rrica by E. Paulton and Fred de
Iresac, and music by Silvio Hein. .
ut the hand of John Cort is shown
y the massive, gorgeoga and pleas- ? ^
ig Banner ill which this mueica* g
omedy is given, for it will come J
ere under his persona) direction. f
ljver since Mr. Cort became a J
leatrical producing manager it has
een his aim in providing amuse- '*vR
lent for the American public, to
ashion his offerings in such a maimer
as to Jet his audiences com- v.^g
le'tely forget for the space of two
r three hours, whatever great or
mall unpleasantness and annoyance
hey may have encountered during
heir day of toiL He has ahvays kept
way from the sad and gruesome in
lays and rather laid stress on everyhing
that is joyful and refreshing
- J ?i?ti. ? >* ;?? TTVimtrrino hPflU
nu nijrvjj-?j/.ru/u.jl ^ rA
y of the highest developed form,
irojected on the stage in its pulchriuc!e,
has always placel a strong
>art in all his musical plays. And so, /<]
hile the theatre and the play aw
lot actual necessities, yec the
heatrical producer of clean ente*-.
ainment "does hi3 bit" like unyon.i- ^
Ire by helping to give recreation
md giving the human mind rest hj
listraction ^ '$?
J2-YEAR OLP HEN THAT ' f,*
CHANGED COLOR IS DEAD
Danielson, Conn., Jan. 2.?Tbe
Jeath of Eustalia Palladisa, aged 32,
i Spanish black hen, da id to have
)een the oldest hen in the United
3?ates, is announced by the owner,
fames Blanchard, of Dayville. In her
routh Eustatia was a prize v/inning
>edigreed beauty. When fifteen \-l
'ears old, her black plumage became
vhite. She mothered a brood last
pring and laid eggu in the fall,
AUTOMOBILES KILLED 1,270
IN NEW YORK DURING (919
New York. Jan. 2.?Automobiles t
i !<,'<. w Vork stated caused 1,270
oaths in 1919. of which 783 were 4
n New York city, against 1918 <
iMsalties of 1,1 S9, of which 748 ^
,v-iv in the <:i!y; the year's grade fl
roi.sing deaths in fhr r.-?atc v/oro 92.- j
onipare<J with 117 in 1918, accordto
t0 annual report of the na- V
;Tii 1 highway- protective association
' v'o "ou'ilic to lay. jfl
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