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Daniel Edward Hydrick Passes Away
Away in Washington.?Funeral
In Spartanburg Today.
Washington, Jan. 15.?Judge D. E
Hydrick, associate justice of th* su
preme court of South Carolina, died
of pneumonia at the Raleigh hotel
this morning at 1:15 o'clock. With
him at the time of death was his
son, Dr. J. L. Hydrick. Mrs. J. M.
Wallace of Spartanburg, a daughter
was on her way to Washington when
*- the end came.
Judge Hydrick came to Washing-!
-Jon December 31. He became ill on
the first day of the year. His illness
in the beginning was diagnosed as la
grippe in severe form. Pneumonia
In addition to the children in i
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vived by another son, Daniel Hy
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Miss Ellie Lee Hydrick of Phoe
Funeral at Spartanburg.
Spartanburg, Jan. 15.?Associate
Justice D. E. Hydrick of the South
Carolina ,supreme court, who died
last night in Washington, succumbed
to an attack of bronchial pneumonia
following la grippe, which forced the
associate justice to stop at the na
nal capital, while eii route to
Spartanburg from Baltimore to1
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seen in your
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3 lb. Can Maxwel
1 lb. Can Maxwel
3 lb. Can Marylai
1 lb. Can Marylan
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4 lb. ^Bucket Snou
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his son, Dr. John Lee Hydrick, who is
connected with the Rockefeller foun
The remains will arrive in Spartan
burg at 1 o'clock tomorrow after
noon accompanied by Dr. Hydrick
and Mrs. Wallace. Funeral arrange
ments have^not yet been completed,
but interemnt will be in Oakwood,
where Mrs. Hydrick, who died some
years ago, was buried.
Associate Justice D. E. Hydrick
was about 60 years of age and was
considered one of the most scholarly
lawyers and jurists South Carolina
FORBID BERLIN SECUR
ITY POLICE TO WEAR
Berlin, Jan. 15.?The wearing of
monocles by officials or members of
the Security Police is forbidden in
an order issued today by Minister of
Interior" Severing on the ground that
it is an "affectation and a reminder
of the njonarchial days."
'Earnest minded officials," says the
order, 'should discard such trimmings
in view of these hard times and in
the interest ?f the democracy."
Men'who complain that necessity,
on account of the weakr.e;s of one
eye compels them to wear a mono
cle will be subjected to rigid physi
cal examination to determine wheth
er they are fit for the force.
The newspapers, commenting on
the order, remark generally, "now
the Republic is saved."
in the prices of
grocery bill. Wt
id are selling our
ng all market decline;
I at prices even below
:sent market some
FOR THIS WI
.1 House Coffee
id Club Coffee :
d Club Coffee .....
iensed Milk, 2 cans for....
kes, 2 packages for
Ba?on, per jar
er" Sliced Pineapple
iMces are for Cash
I represent a very sm
r pf our goods, and tY
ACCEPT LOWER WAGES
York, S. C., Jan. 15.?Every York
county coton mill has reduced wages
from 20 to 35 per cent, within the
past sixty days.
There is no complaint on the part
of the opei-atives?not even on the
part of the union operatives. "Every
thing is coming doWh," they say.
'and we can get along on less.'What
we want is work.
LIBRARY FOR ORPHANAGE
Greenwood, S. C. Jan. 15.?Judge
T. J. Griffin and his niece, Miss Mabel
Griffin have moved to Greenville.
iney win maxe tneir nome wun ueo.
W. Griffin of that city. Upon the eve
of his departui'e, Judge Griffin pre
sented hi$ library to the Connie Max
well Orphanage and the books will
be added to the collection of books
which are in the Edward P. McKis
sick library building at the orphan
MUSIC ALL DAY LONG
Mr. J. F. Hill is a busx man these
days. Monday morning he was up
bright and early polishing up the
windows of his music parlor and
putting up attractive signs. A first
class looking line of office furniture
is being installed and in a few days
there will be music all day long -in
the Victor Parlor.
; have followed
goods at prices I
id with prices of
t Corn, meal,
Almost all i
all part of the averat
le-sgrvice we render.
J. J. ADAMS SUCCEEDS
LATE DR. HUGH AIKEN
Laurens, Jan. 15.?Following the
election of the same board of direc
tors at the annual meeting yester
day of the Laurens National Bank,
of which the late Dr. Hugh K. Aiken
was president, the directors elected
J. J. Adams as president and George
Blakely cashier. G. M. Miller and
W. C. Wharton were elected vice
presidents. Mr. Adams, the new
president has been easnier of the
bank for several years, while- Mr.
Blakely has been assistant cashier
for about two years.
De La HOWE RECOMMENDED
W. H. Gibbes, Chief Game War
den for the State in his report to the
Legislature gives the number of li
censes sold in Abbeville County as
one thousand seven hundred and
ninety-two and thirty dollars collect
ed in fines and forfeitures.
Mr. Gibbes recommends the De La
Howe-estate as a game and bird
INSTRUCTOR TO CIO
Washington, Jan. 15.?Sqrgeant
Clark, for whose retention as na
tional guard instructor in South
-Carolina there has been a clamor by
state authorities, including the adju
tant general, must accept new as
signment the war department de
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been gradual, bi
the markets in
"hat will show yc
a few months ai
grits and other com
is about $2.00 a bar
backs", was Selling ar<
Good rice was 16
is Declined 300
groceries, both staple
jnd this means a real
je family's requireme
We believe you will
A VISITOR FROM MISSISSIPPI
Mrs. M. W. Wendell is expected
in Abbeville this week for a visit to
her sister, Mrs. M. B. Reese. Mrs.
Wendell will remain for several
months and while she is here Mrs.
Reese will go out to Mississippi and
visit her old friends and home which
visit will help her recover from the
j excessive nervousness from which
j she has suffered for some time.
| Mrs. Wendell has many friends
in Abbeville who will give her a
MAY PRACTICE LAW
Washington', Jan. 15.?Rear Ad-|
miral Samuel McGowan, Tetired
prominent South Carolinian resid
ing in Washington, will soon- be an
accredited attorney of the District
df Columbia bar. He will be present
ed to all the courts, including the
supreme court of the United States,
by Charles Douglass, local attorney,
who is another distinguish South
Carolinian. . .*
Admiral McGowan was admitted
to the South Carolina bar in 1891
but he hVs never practiced. It is not
anticipated that he intends actively
Texas has a new law aimed at
preventing strides in ports and rail
road terminals and imposing heavy
penalties for interference with
workers during labor disturbances
in these industries.
it the results she
this store as in o
u a remarkable :
products have declir
rel cheaper, and the ]
: mucn lower.
Dund 30c not many n
1 -2c not long ago, ar
and fancy, are a gree
reduction in the cost c
nts. We want you t<
I decide to buy your
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Have you seen our Boys School
Suits at 50 per cent off??The *
Rosenberg Mercantile Company.
The State of South Carolina.
County of Abbeville.
Court of Common Pleas.
CARRY GARY, Plaintiff
GEORGE WILLIAMS, MARSHALL
WILLIAMS and others,
By authority of a Decree of Sale
by the Court of Common Pleas for
Abbeville County, in said State, made
n the above stated case, I will offer
for sale, at Public Outcry, at Abbe
ville C. H., S. C., on Salesday in
February, A. D. 1921, within the le
?al hours of sale the following des
cribed land, to wit: All that tract or
parcel of land situate, lying and bein?
n Abbeville County, near the City
of Abbeville, in the State aforesaid,
containing Fourteen' (14) Acres,
more or less, and bounded on all sides
by land now belonging to T. A. Put
nam, and being known as the Charity
Pressly place and being the same land
conveyed to her by Thos. C. Perrin
and others. _ 1
* TERM OF SALE?CASH. Pur
chaser to pay for stamps and papers.
THOS. P. THOMSON,
3t. Master A. C., S. C.
Splendid sweaters at 1-2 price?
The Rosenberg Mercantile Com
)uld now be
ur other de
led about one- * ij
prices of many
lonths ago, and
id is'now 10c.
it deal cheaper
)f living. 11
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