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Miss Mary Knox, of Sharon, was
a visitor in the city Saturday.
Mr. M. B. Kay, of Santuc, was o::
our streets Saturday.
Mrs. A. H. Barnett has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
W. J. Moss at Norway.
Mrs. Jas. J. Link, and son Eston,
of the Bethia section, were visitors
in the city Saturday.
P. S. Bosler, of Calhoun Falls, and
D. W. Thomas of Watts, were busi
ness visitors here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams were
visitors in Greenwood this week,
spending the week-end with relatives.
Mrs. Paul Wardlaw of the Bethel,
section was among the busy shoppers
in town Saturday.
Miss Carrie Ball* Scott, of Green
wood, was the over- Sunday visitor of
Kpr cousin. Zij'iss Lila Richey.
H. M. Mundy and Cecil Mundy, of
Route Five, were business visitors in
the city today.
Miss Mattie Cochran is visiting;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cochran, of Watts,
Dr. Rakestraw will be in Abbeville
Tuesday on his usual visit to the
County Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Fuller Reese and his young j
son, are leaving today for a visit to
her home folks at Whitmire.
Miss Ruth Howie returns this af-j
t^rncon from a pleasant visit to At-:
lanta. While in tne city sne was mei
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Dry.
Mrs. D. T. Smith and the boys, I
Townsend. and Hemphill, have re- j
turned after a visit to Mrs. Wade in j
Misses Pauline and Lucile WelchC,1
of Atlanta, spent the week-end in
the city with their parents, Mr. and;
Mrs. A. J. Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gambrell'
are in the city and will visit for sev- j
eral days at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. jonn uam'oreu. j
Miss Helen Eakin spent Sunday in:
Abbeville with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Eakin, on Maga-,
Miss Gladys Edwards was a visitor j
in Due West this week at the Wom-j
an's College, spending over Sunday J
with Misses Daisy and Willie Lanier, j
Mr. J. G. Hagen came up fcom'
Columbia this week and spent Sundav!
with his mother, Mrs. R. G. Kagen j
on Magazine street.
U. S. Marshal C. J. Lyon was down
from Greenville Saturday looking af
ter business and telling his friends
the news in Greenvil-c.
Miss Fannie May Stevenson, ai
popular teacher of the Central neigh- j
borhood was shopping in town Satur-1
Miss Mildred Cochran has Vecover-1
ed from her recent indisposition and j
returns to Lander College Tuesday;
Mrs. A. B. Bosler was shopping in I
Abbeville Monday. Mrs. Bosler is an i
expert when it comes to raising
poultry and she brought the prod-j
ucts of her farm to town with her
Mr. Alvin Nance was down from
Monterey Monday morning. He
wanted to start the week right and'
he got into town before some of the
plutocrats in the city had finished
Mr. J. T. Taylor, of Calhoun Falls
was a business visitor in the city to
Mrs. Joe Wilson and Miss Sara
Wilson, of Sharon, were in town to
Mr. Perry Carter, who has the hab
it of coming to Abbeville, was here
Sunday spending the day with
Mrs. Marnie Wendell, who has
been expected for a visit to Mrs.
Reese, has arrived in the city from
Oxford, Miss., and will ' make her
home among us for several months.
Mr. B. P. Greene has returned
from Atlanta and reports that his
daughter, Mrs. Jones, is recovering
from an operation and hopes soon
to be out again.
Mr. W. E. Shell and family who
have lived in Abbeville for the past
year are leaving this week for Atlan
ta "where Mr. Shell has a good posi
Misses Howard Hill and Zelma
Scott went to Due West this week
and spent Sunday with their school
mates and friends at the Womans
Messrs. J. F. and Joe Abies of the
Gilgal section were on our streets
Monday talking over the affairs of
the cotton, farmers and the condi
tions of the country In general.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hoyer are in
the city getting ready to take
charge of the Cobb stores on Main
street. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyer are at
the Eureka but will have apart
ments at Mrs. Hill's.
ENTERTAINING HER TEACHER
Mr?^_Herman Benton gave a pleas
ant rook party Saturday morning
which was in compliment to Miss Har
riet Coan and her little daughter
Mary Louise Benton. Miss Coan is
Mary Louise's teacher and she invited
to the party her growing-up friends
those she wanted to know her teach
There were twelve ladies and they
spent the morning playing rook and
enjoying the salad course served at
Mary Louise's party was a most
pleasant affair and the guests were
charmed with Miss Coan.
The Bridge Club will be entertain
ed by Miss Plevna Seal Fr'day after
noon at four o'clock at the homa of
Mrs. C. S. Jones.
A VALENTINE PARTY
The Junior Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will give a
Valentine party for the benefit of
their society. The date and place
will be announced later.
This society has a membership of
forty-six and has a record for ener
gy and good works. The society was
awarded the banner of the Upper
South Carolina Conference at its
Miss Julia McAllister and Mr.
Francis Mabry were guests of Miss j
Mary Sharpe, of the Gilgal section,
at a delightful tea party Friday!
Mrs. A. R. Guyton spent Sunday
with her parents in Williamston. The j
occasion was the joint celebration of [
the birthdays of three members of
the family, all falling on Sunday,
that of the father and the twin
daughtlrs, Mrs. Guyton of Abbeville
and Mrs. Buist of Swansea.
THE PRESIDING ELDER.
, Dr. J. W. Kilgo, presiding elder of!
lil'S uidtnti, [iicavncu i?v/ *?awv4*v-,
dist congregation Sunday morning
and evening. He pleased the large
The church has been undergoing
repairs and was open for the first'
time in three weeks.
THE BOOK CLUB.
The Book Club will meet Wednes
day afternoon at four .o'clock at the
home of Mrs. W. E. Johnson on N.
LOOKS FORWARD TO PRESS
AND BANNER COMING
A letter from a North Carolina
Pikesville, N. C., Ja'n. 29, 1921
The Press and Banner Co.,
Dear Sirs?I am enclosing $1.00
for renewal of my paper. Thank you
for the copy I received Friday, I am
sure I would be lost without it, for
it keeps me in touch with every one
at home and I look forward to it
three times a week.
Best wishes to ,you all.
Nina Wilson Dees.
RALPH WlLsON AT HOME
Ralph Wilson who has been sick
of typhoid fever in Kansas City, for
several weeks has recovered suffici
ently to come home. Claude Wilson
who went there to be with his
brother returned to Abbeville Friday
accompanied by the sick man. Friends
of the family are glad th^t the young
man is getting well.
Assistant Manager Coleman
James F. Coleman has just been
elected first Assistant Manager of
the foot ball team at Clemson Col
lege by the Athletic Association.
This is a high compliment and
everybody wishes Jim great success
in foot ball affairs. He will make
the trips with the teams and will
have much to do with foot ball af
A VISITOR FROM BALTIMORE
Mr. Edward Allen spent Sunday
and Monday in Abbeville with his
aunt, Mrs. Jones F. Miller. Mr. Allen
is a son of Mr. Warren Allen who as
a traveling man has been well known
in Abbevillg for years. The young
man served in the World War in the
navy and is a traveling man now.
While in Abbeville he met many
relatives and friends.
HOME FROM HOSPITAL
Julian Wilkinson is at home for a
few days after spending some time
in Atlanta under the treatment of
Dr. Crenshav^ Julian will return to
Atlanta on the fifth.
OFF HIS GAME.'
Col. Jim Glenn says he is the best
set back player in Abbeville. He
says he knows mere about the game
than all the Greenville street experts
put together, but just now he is a
little off because his partner, Daddy
Longshore, is so busy on North Main
street that he finds it hard to settle
down to a quiet game.
THE NEWS IN SMITHVILLE
Mr. John A. McCord of the Smith
ville section was on our streets
Monday. He says that the news in
.Viic coptinn is fVinf. t.wo npcrnps on
his place, Weston and Fisher, went
to Greenwood Saturday to "do a lit
tle trading." They hitched their
mule and buggy behind Ganrbrell's
store and when they had seen the
big city and were ready for Smith
ville again, their mule and buggy
was gone. An enterprising negro
was caught with the goods up about
Honea Path and things are quiet in
The Ladies Society of the Associ
ate Reformed church will hold its
regular meeting at the home of
Mrs. W. P. Greene Thursday after
noon at half past three o'clock.
YELPING PUPPY STOPS
HUDSON RIVER BOAT
New York, Jan. 30.?A yelping
puppy on a cake of Ice floating
down the Hudson river today halted
the Fort Lee Ferry boat, Edgewater
in midstream while a rescue was ef
After Capt. James Brannigan
maneuvered his craft alongside the
cake, First Mate Gerard Barry des
cended a ladder flung over the rail.
The ladder broke, Barry plunged in
+ r\ /i pfvonvi onrl roannoflror] Wlt.ll
the puppy in his arms.
Hauled aboard, Barry descended i
intr; the engine room with his new
pe4. which he promptly named
In the west of England it is con
sidered very unlucfcy to bring birds
ppr :nto the house.
THREE LOSE LIVES
IN WRECK OF AUTO
Southern Passenger Train No. 37
Demolishes Car in Central, Kill
ing Three People.
Grenville, Jan. 30.?Three persons
were instantly killed and another
seriously, though not necessarily
fatally, injured when the automo
bile in which UlJi four were riding
this afternoon was demolished by
Southern railway train No. 37 at
Central, in Pickens county, about 25
miles from Greer ville on the railroad
The dead are: W. M Strickland, 45
who was driving the car; N. E.
Strifklflnrl a hr-nt-Vier iH' A .T Ann.
W. I. Miller, a carpenter of Cen
tral, has one broken leg, a wrenched
back and cuts about the face. He was
brought to a hospital here immedi
ately after the accident and physi
cians say he has a chance for recov
Reports from Central are that the
four were driving with the curtains
up at a slow rate of speed and in
low gear. Train No. 37 does not stop
at Central and the car was struck
on the crossing In the heart of the
town. As soon as the car had been
hit, the train was brought to a stand
still and members of the train crew
and passengers rendered all possible
The Strickland brothers and Mr.
L.iitell were hurled to instant death
aiong tne tracK, wnue mr. Miner was i
thrown possibly 75 feet.
The four men were residents of
Central. W. M. Strickland was an
official of the Isaqueena cotton mill
in Central. He leaves a wife and
M. E. Strickland operated a store
and also leaves a family.
Mr. Sentell was the proprietor of
The corner's jury will make an
investigation, but the hour for the
inquest has not been fixed.
Mrs. Hamilton, the mother of Miss
Ira Hamilton is quite sick at her
homi? on Vienna street of pneumo
nia. It is hoped she will soon be on
Mrs. Frank Nickles is recovering
after a short attack of flu. Her
friends are'glad to know she is better.
OUT OF HOSPITAL
Glaude Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Smith, who has been at the
Hospital recovering from an opera
tion for appendicitis, will be dis
charged this afternoon, and go to his
Clifford Smith, a cousin, of Cla\ide,
who was operated on a week after
Claude, was discharged last Friday.
He was out on the streets yesterday
looking as well as if he had not been
sfck at all.
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