I am a candidate for re-election t
Congress from the Third Congression
District, subject to the rules of th
FRED H. DOMINICK.
Subject to the rules of the Demo
?ratic Primary. I hereby announo
myself a candidate for Congres,
from the Third District.
SAM KODGES SHERARD.
E. P. McCravy is hereby announc
?i as a candidate for Congress
Third District, subject to the rules oi
the Democratic party.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
I hereby announce myself as i
candidate for the House of Repre
cntatives subject to the action oj
the Democratic Primary.
THOMAS A. PUTNAM.
I hereby announce myself as i
candidate for the House of Repre
sentatires subject to the rules o1
1fee Democratic Primary.
M. J. ASHLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
Arte for the position 01 Auditor u:
Abbeville County, subject to
action of the Democratic Primary.
BEN E. EVANS.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for re-election to the offic<
af Probate Judge of Abbevilh
County subject to the action of th<
JONES F. MILLER.
All .Men's Oxfords going at $2.5(
Any Ladies' Slippers in the hous<
We have cornfield beans, buncl
beans, Mexican June Corn and Tur
nip seed. Will have Lookout Moun.
taia Seed Potatoes Saturday.
Call on us for Calcium Arsenat*
ad Molasses for poisoning the bol
ft. AMOS B. MORSE CO.
Accepts Anderson Pastorate.
Rev. C. B. Williams, professor oi
mathematics at Erskine College
who has supplied the pulpit of th(
JSresbyterian Church here on manj
occasions, has accepted the pastorate
of the A. R. P. church at Anderson
according to the following from thf
Anderson Daily Mail:
The A. R. P. church of Andersor
rill shortly have a new pastor, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by tne leav.
ing of Dr. J. M. Garrison, May 1st
when he accepted the call to tak(
Mother church. Dr. Garrison's sue
eessor in Anderson will be the Rev
<L B. Williams, for the last two years
professor of Mathematics at Ers
kine College. The eight years prioi
to his coming to Erskine Colleg<
were spent as pastor of the A. R. P
church at Tampa, Fla.
Local members of the A. R. P. con
gregation are enthusiastic over hav
ing secured Rev. Williams, he beinj
quite well known in Anderson. H<
graduated at Erskine College in 1915
iFOR SALE?Figs, tomatoes and pi.
nento peppers in any quantity.
Brookside Farm, Phone 213-2. lt<
READY FOR BUSINESS?Our Mil
is in first class condition now ant
we can do your grinding prompt
ty. MILLER'S MILL, at Raple:
Shoals. 7, 7_2tpd.
AGENTS WANTED?Male and fe
male agents wanted to call on th<
colored DODulation with the fastes
seller of its kind on the market to
day. Big money for those who wil
work. Write for particulars, fndiai
Chemical Co., Augusta, Gia. 6, 26<
lOt-to July 17th.
BATHING?Get your Bathing Suits
Caps, Shoes, Water Wings, Ea
Stojpies for men, women and chil
irea at THE ECHO. 6 15.t
BUY KLIM?I am sole distributor o:
Kima for Abbeville County. Price
for whole milk, 1 lb. 65c; 2% lbs
*1.35; 5 lbs. $2.60. See Jame
Dtrrac-ott, at Co-Operative St9re
! ABBEVILLE WINS
; FROM GREENWOOD
Abbeville defeated Greenwood 9
to 7 Thursday afternoon at Rosen
berg Field. After letting the "Em
eralds" pull into the lead by a mar
gin of four scores, our fielding be
,|0 " -
J came air tight and a fatal batting
s barrage was lain. After that it was
Abbeville's game all 'round and in
Milam, pitching for the locals got
a ragged start but came through with
t a good brand of breakers.' DeVore
Andrews pitched well for Green,
wood but he couldn't come up to our
style of batting.
i Starring with the stick, were,
. Reames for Abbeville, who clipped
! off a home run in the sixth. Living
ston did well for Greenwood, taking
three hits out of three trips.
Score: R. H. E. .
i Abbeville _ 100 012 500?9 12 2
* Greenwood _ 202 021 000?7 11 4
Some of the things (that struck
the Abbeville base ball fans at the
game Thursday afternoon, as out
standing features of the game,
What struck you?
G. A. McCanty liked Milan's
work in the pinches, Reames' home
run and Bruce Galloway's leap and
Owen Speed was struck by the
difference in enthusiasm shown by
Abbeville supporters when the tide
I turned in their favor.
' What amused Will White was
the monkey shines of the umpire.
W. Joel Smith was struck (by
Reames' home-run which complete
ly unnerved Andrews.
j iBradley Reese was struck by
how glad everybody was when
, Greenwood got licked.
iW. D. Wilson says: "I am D?
, glad we beat."
Joel Morse says the first thing
that struck him in the game yes
j terday was the home-run by
1 IPred Hill was sure Abbeville
would get beat when he arrived at
the 'ball ground. The thing that
struck him though was the batting
of the home team and the rattling
. of the Greenwood pitcher.
Sanford Howie claims that the
outstanding feature in the game
Cash on ]
F. E. HARF
WANT ROAD IMPROVED
A delegation from the Broad
mouth Community appeared before s
the Abbeville highway commission l:
at its regular meeting last Saturday
and asked that the road leading <<
from Honea Path to Ware Shoals v
be improved. This road is the main
highway to market for the people ^
living in that section and they feel
that the road should be put in first
class shape. After hearing the dele- ^
gation the commission decided to t
take up this work as soon as cer
i?- i-"U *ro /lnmnlofArl.
tam utucx pwjwkw v
The road from Ware Shoals to the
old Maddox place has been graded
and top soiled and with the stretch
from there to the Anderson county
line improved it would give a good
road from here to Ware Shoals.?
Honea Path Chronicle.
An artificial wood that is so like
the real thing that it can be worked
with carpenters' tools and finished
with a file or sandpaper is now being
produced by an English firm.
yesterday was the hitting of the
Abbeville team. The home boys
were able to hit when hits were
needed, and wihen that old lucky
seven came around Greenwood was
Oscar Cobb thinks the game was j j
a regular slugging match with both ^
teams. Greenwood (being hit hard ^
in the seventh inning.
What struck Albert Rosenberg .
was the batting of the entire Ab- t
ibeville team and the jam up sup- ^
port accorded Milan; as well as the
fine spirit shown by the entire ^
Dr. Penney was struck by the s
home-run of Reames and the ab
sence of pretty girls. I
Deer nuse eddltoral?whut struk | j
mee with the gaim wus winnin em. ?
keap it up an i will be satterfide. t
dote smith. i
R. M. Hill thinks base ball in <
general is rotten. s
* Dr. S. <J. Thomson thinks it was ^
an exciting game. 1
si n TVirtnison. Jr.: A ball srame i
is always a good game when the
home team wins." ?
Dr. R. H. Brice: "The ,1batting of <
Scoggins and Reames was the j
feature of the game. <
Otto Bristow thinks Greenwood's ]
pitcher was the best part of the i
Tlitt ULfUSHi UI
j and Fixtures
Hand and Due from
^fulness of a Bank, perhs
Founded on approved
here an institution worth;
meet your requirements.
r? WKTI7ITP \//^f
Is UVVH I1 I
ilSON, P. B. SPEED
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH f
The subject of Pastor Weeks'
ermon Sunday at 11 o'clock will
>e "Faith, A Fight." ^
The evening sermon will be
'What's the Matter with Abbe
The church is making special ef- t
ort now to be comfortable and r
ttractive in every way. The new
uditorium fans are in operation t
iow and they render the church s
horoughly comfortable. Come out ^
,nd enjoy these services. i
The Sunday School is meeting j
mr trying period now. Some of 1
>ur tea:hers are absent. Any teach
r who can not attend his class is
nost earnestly urged to find a
rood substitute and be sure and
lotify the superintendent. Surely
he teachers will take this interest
n the work. The Sunday School pu
>il who comes to Sunday School on <
i hot Sunday morning deserves a <
,?ood teacher who can and will 3
each the lesson in an interesting ]
The B. Y. P. U. meets at 7:30 1
Sunday. The program will be in
:harge of Group No. 1. All the|!
'oung people of the church are
irged to be present.
The Abbeville Association will 1
-- d v P 1
>rganize an asjutiauuiiai w. *..
J. at greenwood July 13th. All '
he young people's organizations in
he Abbeville Association are urg
sd to send delegates to this meet- !
ng. The meeting will be held in the
South Main Street Baptist church. 1
This hospitable church has arrang- 1
>d the program and will serve all [
*ho come with dinner. The B. Y. J
?. U. of our churcn is expected to 1
lend a large delegation.
The prayermeeting of the church j
s being well sustained now. There .
s room for more, tiowever . This
ie:rviee is held ih the basement of
;he church where It is always cool
ind comfortable on Wednesday
evenings. Our new members are
ipecially urged to attend this ser- 1
nice, as it affords a splendid oppor
;unity to get Acquainted with the '
nembership of the church.
Our hearts go out in tenderest
jympathy with the stricken family
>f our brother and sister, T. V.
Sowie. The going of our dear little
rirl, Elizabeth, leaves us all, es
pecially this home, in bereavement
indeed. "But we sorrow not as
>thers who have no hope."
MENT OF CONDITN
k of Abl
LLE, SOUTH CAROI
-I TVTTCiTXTWaa TTTXTTT1 '
1 DUOll^lJ^Ok) u ui^jj i
) rrn A Qi7
>, I o<?.o I
ips more than any other
banking principles, com
y of your Confidence. ^
J. C. THOMSON
(Continued from Page One)
vas auctioned off in* front of the
ity hall by Dr. Pressly. After the
luction a social hour was spent on
he square during which the refresh
nents were served and music fur
lished by Hatch's Band.
At 8 o'clock the crowd repaired to
he Opera House where a picture
how and vaudeville was given which !
vas in every way a proper ending to
i most delightful entertainment. The
jrogram for the evening was as fol. 1
SongHospital Birthday, by Girls.
Turner Sumersault Orchestra.
Mose Johnson in Original Coon
Awarding Parade Prizes.
Dr. Pressly's number had to be
:alled off on account of the absence
)f the Doctor on an important case.
Many were disappointed that this
part of the evening's entertainment j
iaa to oe omitted. cut uie otner xea
;ures were more than attractive. 1
The young girls as nurses were as
sweet as young girls should be and
;he pantomine orchestra performance
ivas greeted with applause as well as
the number by Jimmie Burns of
Greenwood in his minstrel song andi -
After the vaudeville numbers Mr.
Verchot gave one of his picture
shows, and they are always good.. (
The following ladies were in charge
af the different parts of the enter- I
bainment: Mrs. Frank Nickles had
:harge of the parade. Miss Mae
Robertson and Miss Gladys Wilson
of the entertainment at the opera !
house at night while Mrs. P. B. Mc
Lane. Mrs. E. R. Thomson and Mrs.
C. H. McMurray and Miss Maggie
Brooks looked after the social hour
and the serving of refreshments.
The Hospital committee desires to
thank the people of Abbeville Coun
ty for their help and cooperation in
getting up the entertainment.
Those failing to make their gifts
at the party may do so by forward
ing to Mrs. Frank Nickles, Abbeville,
New York, July 6.?Babe Ruth
hit a home run with three men on
bases in the third inning of the first
game of a twin bill with the Indi
ans here today.
It was Ruth's fourteenth home
run of the season.
? nK (
?f? I UjV
d Profits 5,S
)le July 1st, 3,(
business is measured in t
iucted by right methods, \
Ne know that you will fi:
, G. CARROLL SWETE1
Abbeville, S. C.
W.e want you to see
for Summer Wear.
We are sure that you
will find just the
Style, Color and
at the price you wish
to pay. w4:
"QUEEN OF SHEBA"
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
JULY 13th and 14th
Matinee Each Day at 3:15;
Night 8:20. One Show only.
ADMISSION .. 25 and 50c
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