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Tom Miller of Greenwood was in
own Thursday.
Mrs. B. S. Reames spent Thursday
n Greenwood.
Arthur Green of Greenwood is in
own today on business.
Miss Zula Su'ber of Antreville
vas a visitor in town today.
Miss Margaret Link spent the 4th
t her home in the Bethia section. I
J. D. Miller, Jr., of Rapley Shoals
ras in town Thursday on business.
B. A. Bell of Lowndesville was in
he city on business yesterday.
i
Mrs. Emma Murray of Green
wood was in town shopping Thurs
lay.
R. R. Price and R. R. Price, Jr.,
jyere in town from Penney's Creek
m j
Inuibuay.
(Mr. ami Mrs. Manning Cochran
)f Due West were in town Thurs
lay.
Miss Jimmie Crowley of Carroll
on, Ga., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
). Crowley.
Mrs. J. H. Sherard and children
>f Calhoun Falls are visiting Mrs.
Dendy Miller.
Miss Ada Wham of Columbia is
'isiting her sister, Miss Clara
Vham.
Paul Ellis and Furman Etheridge
:ame over to take in .the ball game
resterday.
Mr. Irwin Cleckiey of Lowndes
ille was among th* visitors in town ;
his morning.
Garrison Montjoy of Clinton is
isiting his friend, Ashby Galloway i
in South Main street.
A. B. Galloway and Bruce and
Sugene Galloway attended the ball
ame in Anderson Tuesday.
J. A. Arnold of Greenville spent
ast night in Abbeville with his
?rother, E. F. Arnold. |
A. S. McCord of Greenwood, rep. j
esenting the Kilgo Drug Co., was!
;i town on business this morning.
Messrs. R. L. Wharton and Char
?y Wharton were among the Green
rood visitors here yesterday
Prof and Mrs. E. L. Reid and
aughter, Miss Virginia Reid of Due
Vest were in the city Thursday.
Misses Margaret and Julia Pen
al of Greenville are visiting their
Tandmother, Mrs. Agnes Pennal.
Hal Moore has gone to Hot
Iprings, Ark., to spend sometime
rith his uncle, Mr. McGraw.
Fitzhugh Lee, Jim' Lewis Pinson
nd William Jay were among the
Ireenwood rooters at the ball game
esterday.
J. Wesley Ramey, Esq., of Atlanta,
; visiting his father, Mr. L. A. Ram
y, who has been quite sick for some, j
imp
Mrs. Norris Wakefield and Mary]
nd Sam Wakefield of Antrevillei
ere in town attending the Club
[arket today.
Misses Oney and Caro Morse re.
lrned from Athens Thursday after
pleasant time spent with their sis
;r Mrs. Van Noy Wier.
Mrs. A. B. Galloway and Bruce
nd Eugene Galloway went to Clin
>n this week. Mrs. Galloway was
iking her little grand-daughter,
adie Chandler home and Bruce
nd Eugene took in a ball game.
W. A. Friday, Secretary of the
Greenwood Chamber of Commerce,
attended the 'ball game yesterday.
Mrs. J. D. Winn of Cold Springs
was in town attending the Hospital
Birthday yester liy.
Mrs. J. T. Cheainam returned
home yesterday from a visit to rela
| tives in Ware Shoals.
Mrs. F. B. McLane went to
Greenwood yesterday to visit Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. McLane.
Miss Blanche Smith of Anderson
[spent several days here this week
with her cousin, Miss Eva Reames.
Mrs. Mina Britt of McCormick is
expected in town today to visit her
sister, Mrs. W. E. Owen.
S. 0. Harvey, Charley Wharton
and Mr. Ferguson came over to see
the Abbeville-Greenwood ball game
Thursday.
i
B. T. Rainsford, Esq., of
Greenwood was in the city today i
at the Clerk of Court's office on
business.
Mrs. G. S. Lewis of Lowndesville1
attended the Club Market this j
morning and was much pleased
with the market in general. I
(Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence White
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Duckett
came over from Greenwood to at
tend the ball game yesterday.
Mrs. J. Lewis ana norace
Crawford of Lowndesville were
among the out of town guests attend
ing the mid-summer sales here today.
Mrs. Joe L. Maxwell and daugh
ter, Evelyn, returned to their,
home in Augusta yesterday after a
visit ,to relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert White andj
children, Earl and Elbert Jr., spent
j the 4th in Greenwood with Mr.
! White's mother, Mrs. H. E. White.
o I
Mrs. Jim White and children, I
m Uw, ) T5;ii i
ioj mi anu Jutui ?f unc vi
Greenwood are in ihe city visiting j
'Mr. and Mrs. Elbert White.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Moore Mars and
daughter of Abbeville were the
holiday guests of Mrs. Mars' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilkes.?
, Laurer.s Advertiser.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rogers of
Penney's Creek we>e In town today
attending the club market. They
1 sold 75 pounds of tomatoes at 10
I fpnt.s a nrmnH.
I - - r
Claud Gambrell and Fred Min
shall were successful bidders on
the right, to sell cool drinks at the
ball ground during the games this
summer.
Mrs. Susan E. Minshall passed
through Abbeville Joday enroute to
Lake Michigan where she will
spend the summer with her
daughter, Mrs. Wylie Irwin.
iMrs.N Bob McKenzie of Abbeville
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook of
Owings visited Mr. C. A. Nash and
family last week.?Fountain Inn
Jribune.
Mrs. F. B. Gamble and son, Rob
ert Gamble of New Zion and Mrs.
R. G. Cheatham of Greenwood are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Gib
bons.
Mr. Horace King of Abbeville,
accompanied by Misses Selma Watt,
Addie Bowen and lone Stevenson
spent Tuesday here in the home of
Mr. and Mrs Julius Mann.?McCor
mick Messenger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McMillan,
Miss Lula Power and Mrs. Otto
Bristow went to Camp Transyl
vania today to see Raiford McMil
lan who has had three teeth knock
ed out on a rock. They expect to
return tomorrow after being sure
j that Raiford is all Tight.
\ "QUEEN OF SHEBA" V
|v OPERA HOUSE V
V THURSDAY and FRIDAY V
V JULY 13th and 14th V
V Matinee Each Day at 3:15; V
\ Night 8:20. One Show only. V
V ADMISSION __ 25 and 50c V
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DR. McGLOTHLIN
DECLINES OFFER
Turns Down Presidency of William
Jewell College in Liberty,
Missouri.
Greenville, July 6j?Announce
ment was made this afternoon by
Dr. W. J. McGlothlin, president of
Furman University, that he had
decided to decline the offer of the
presidency of William Jewell Col
lege at Liberty, Mo., and would
remain at the head of Furman Uni
versity. The offer from the Mis
souri institution was received by
Dr. McGlothlin several weeks ago
and has been under careful consid
eration since that time.
Formal announcement of his
decision to remain at Furman was
made ,by Dr. McGlothlin :n a let
ter to John A. Russell, president of
the Greenville Chamber of Com
merce, in which he says that "as
cnr 1 ri />oc a J iwfnvArf n n r>n r* -r-\ An
cui anv.co i/? uitcicob auu aupyui u \su
the part of the citizens of Green
cc
SUM
25?|o i
This Big Mid-Sumn
month, will do wha
RAN'S is the place
Don't pet the ii
offer you at these
off sounds like a bu
money that we nee<
THE ARTICLES IV
HAVE FOR
We have a big
Suits, Rompers an
cheaper made up tl
material.
GiriP-ham Drpsst
and children from
A few Silk and 1
HALF Price.
Every Silk, Geoi
in the house at HA
Per Cent off.
Ladies Summer
Crepe de Chine anc
25 per cent off.
Every Hat i
Come, buy $1.00 w
Cents back. Do thi
Everything
Remember tJ
Remember
MRS.
PLAY AT ANTREVILLE.
"Mrs. Briggs of the Poultry Yard"
will be given Saturday night, July
8th at the Antreville school house.
Admission 15 and 25 cents. Special
music will be given between acts.
NEW BOOKS FOR LIBRARY
The following books have recently!
been given to the library:
Dodo Wonders?By E. F. Benson.
Plum Pudding?By Christopher
Worley.
Kaleema?By Marion McClelland.
The Shiek?By E. M. Hull.
ville have materially aided me in
reaching a decision as to what
course I ought to pursue. The pres
idency of William Jewell College,
w'ith the high standarcs and great
potential resources of the institu
tion made a strong appeal, but 1
have decided .to remarn with Fur
man."
MER (
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DISCO
ler Sale begins JULY th<
t thousands of big word
to spend your money wl
lea that the few articles
wonderful bargains, just <
X cut in prices, but we ha1
d, so come in and let us
1ENTIONED ARE ONI
YOU.
lot of Children's Play
d Dresses that are
lan you can buy the
%
3s for ladies, misses
50c up.
Crepe Dresses to go at
*gette and Crepe Waist
LF price, others at 25
Underwear in Silk,
1 Muslin, all going at
In the store going
ortn or good clean men
s ten times and you hav<
y Sold at This
te time?JULY
ih& Plnrp
n iv a mvvi
JAS. S.
ABBEVILLE,
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PROFITA
j) The Building & Lc
OF ABBE
NEW SERIES J
jj G. A. NEUFFER,
President.
:ash s
UNT SA
i 8th and continuing thr
s won't do; it will prove t<
[ien times are hard.
mentioned in this ad are a
_ i l.i _i
come in ana lei us snuw yu
ve the goods that you need
make things mutual and h
;Y A FEW OF THE MAN\
HOSE Fancy Silk, PI
and Cotton Hose for k
j children at a discount oi
means you get a $1 silk
A few Coats and Cc
! we will sacrifice for
i
Imported Organdies
material at 25 pei
Sport Skirts, Serge J
Skirts 25 pe
One lot of Middy Su
| Satin and Serge at HA1
Some of the newest
Blouses at 25 per cent <
in this Sale at HA
chandise, hand us a Dollar
3 saved $2.50 which is quite
Sale Must be fc
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vii i lu nuuuu
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MONEY
he Security Is
A.CTORY and
BLE.
>an Association |
:ville
uly 20TH.
J. s. morse,
Sec. & Treas.
Air
l/iLi?i
LE
ough the entire
> you that COCH
11 that we have to
u. 25 per cent,
and you have the
elp each other.
r BARGAINS WE
ain Silk, Silk Lisle
idies, misses and
: 25 per cent. That
hose for 75c.
at Suits left that
lLF price.
Voiles and Skirt
r cent off.
Skirts and Wash
r cent off.
its in cotton, Wash
UF price.
fhings in Middy
discount.
iLF PRICE
bill and get 25
a little saving.
>r CASH
T 1 st also
AN'S I

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