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IN SECOND Gi V-* - T- ~ Abbeville turned the tables 01 reen\vood yesterday by smothering them 4 to 2. Not as many fans wen ??rer yesterday to see Greenwood ftowrnfall as did on Monday. Stil (those who missed this game didn't g? to see our team when it was feelin ?ood. The way Abbeville slamme l&at capsule was a sin and a shame? lor Greenwood; in fact the "Emei aids." turned green with envy. Even the clouds hung around t aee Greenwood get slaughtered. Tw Heavy rains threatened to stop th e, but went around. And th 0ne went on. The fact that th jponae might be called did not worr; .Clark's men though, they were ou win. The first step to Abbeville's vie May was taken by Clark who knock one by Bradley. He was scored i: second by Bruce Galloway. The next run, made by Livingstoi ik the fourth, went to Greenwood Also one made by Andrews in th fifth. This pulled the score to 2 am ? in favor of Greenwood. Mb the seventh Erwin clouted fo a tfcree bagger. Bob Galloway wa fte next man up. Bob laid down i perfect bant and Erwin scored. I was one of the prettiest plays eve: in the Carolina .League, iteam was the next man up. The fans wer< dkaoring for a hit, so Reames drev lack and slammed the ball to center Add. It landed on a barn far distan wpon the horizon. After this th Oeearwood team was so demoralize* flat they could do nothing. Bat that wasn't all, Erwin pound another triple into about the sanr lltftce he hit his last one and late anared~ Allen pitched a great game fo JHbbevilie. He allowed only 7 hits t< Mmirews 10 and struck out 6 t< JLadrews 5. All the fans know tha e*en Allen is on the mound hi nm in - business. Andrews on the oth mr Stand, was so downhearted ove Wtaamfis' and Erwin's hits that h< ?Ww hlcir nn MMi-UJ Ui\4 ?1 w* * In tilting Reames and Erwin o tMUiM* starred. Reames had a dou Vet besides bis homer and Erwin go single and two . triples. Stuart go *autgle and a double, and was Green -wvoriTs- best. AfifienUe plays Anderson at An dfcxson Thursday and Friday. With i THE CONFEDERATE COLLEGE C2 Broad St. - - Charleston, S. C A boarding and day school foi drfe. Begins its sessions Sept, 26 WZ2. Historic Institution situated ir at iealthy location. Advantages o: Me, with large college yard foi ?otdoor sports. A well planned cours< mT'studies in a homelike atmosphere jBssness course open to seniors anc ?rfcetive course to juniors and seniors A Domestic Science course open t( aEalors, giving practical and theoret * knowledge of cooking. A Sewinf ?orse for seniors and juniors. / wfl equipped library. Primary de ynrtment for day pupils. For cata ihgue and further information ap lOtj to the college. 6- 23-ltw-13t In the christening of girl babies fcjL has sprung up a vogue for old fcsiiioned English names. WANTS fOB SALE-?Jersey milk, 40c pel upallon; 10 per quart. J. R. Glenn Jffatckney St. 7, 12-3tpd MR SALE?The household goods consisting of furniture, china <tavesy etc., at the^sidence of tb Dr. Jas. L. Martin, on 9urs day, July 13th. Sale begins at 1 <s'clock. Splendid bargains to b lad. 7-102tco( CENTS WANTED?Male and fe male agents wanted to call on fch oniared population with the fastes aefier of its kind on the market to Ris? monev for those who wi] wor?. Write for particulars. India: Chemical Co., Augusta, Ga. 6, 26 aOt-to July 17th. BATHING?Get your Bathing Suit: Shoes, Water Wings, Ea -^o^sples for men, women and chi < iran. at THE ECHO. 6 15.1 HJY KLIM?I am sole distributor c JErn for Abbeville County. Pricc ^ wfcnle. milk, 1 lb. 65c; 2% lb; I tl.35; a lbs. $2.60. See Jam< ?arraoott, at Co-Operative Stor ?, 5.?if. ; GREENWOOD IE IRE TUESDAY i little boosting Abbeville can win both : games. Then watch her dust. ; Box Score: 5 Abbeville AB R H PO A E ? - " tr n o 1 An , &rwin, ri. : Galloway, R- c. _ ; Reames, 3b. [ Brownlee, If. ? . Clark ss. Scoggins, lb. ? Gallawoy, B., 2b , Galloway, E. cf. _ Allen, p. ? __ , Greenwood: Leaman, ss. 0 0 3 0 0 12 12 1 0 13 0 0 1110 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 2 10 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 12 10 o 2 4 5 5 2 4 4 4 3 .1 Bradley, 2b. 2 U l u 6 Livingston, c. 4 1 1 2 0 Stuart, 3b. 4 0 2 0 1 Davis, cf. 4 0 2 3 0 Duckett, If. 2 0 0 0 0 Monroe, rf. 3 0 0 0 0 Sealey, lb. 2 0 0 7 0 Andrews, p. 3 10 0 1 "Bowie 0 0 0 0 0 Batting: for Duckett in eighth. Two base hits, Reames, E. Gallo way, Stuart; 3 base hits, Erwin 2, Davis, Learaan. Home runs, Reames. Hits off Allen 7, Andrews 10. Base ion balls off Andrews 3. Struck out by Allen 6, Andrews 5. Sacrifice hits, Galloway, R. 2, Scoggins 2. Greenwood Won First Game in the Ninth Inning. Lady luck, a bad field and an um. pire all went against Abbeville Mon day and Greenwood won in the ninth by the close score of 4 to 3. Abbe ville, as usual, was the first to step on the gas, Young scoring in the first and Bruce Galloway in the second. Things began to look "okeh" for Ab beville with the score 2 to 0; but in the third Monroe crossed the plate and Greenwood tallied. In the fourth Sealy knocked a single toward Young who was ready to stop it when it hit one of the big clods laying all around the outfield and bounced over "Bony's" head. It rolled into a gully and Sealy completed a home run. In the sixth Botts tied up the score 3 to 3. This tie was held until the ninth jyhen Andrews, running for Monroe crossed the plate. Milam and Calvert, the pitchers were hit frequently but they kept the hits scattered. Greenwood's rough diamond did not permit any spectac. ular plays. Box Score: Greenwood AB R H PO A Leaman, ss 5 1 3 2 4 Bradley, 2b 2 0 112 Duckett, If. 3 0 0 4 0 Stuart, 3b. 4 0 0 2 3 Davis, cf 4 0 2 0 2 Sealey, lb. 3 1 112 0 Lumley, c. 4 0 0 '4 2 Monroe, rf. 4 2 2 2 0 0 Calvert, p. 4 0 1 0 5 0 Abbeville: Young, rf. 4 1 0 1 0 1 Galloway, R. c 4 0 2 4 0 0 Reames, cf. 4 0 1 4 0 0 Clark, ss. _ 3 0 1 4 0 0 Botts, 3b. 4 1 1 1 2 0 Scoggings . 4 0 1 9 0 2 Galloway, B. 2b _ 4 1 1 3 1 0 Galloway, E. , If _ 3 0 0 4 0 2 Milam, p.- _ 3 0 0 0 7 0 SCHEDULE ARRANGED FOR CAROLINA GAMES List of Game* To Be Played by Car olina League Between Now and August 8th. Following is the schedule of the Carolina league for this season, up 1.- A i. OtL . to august otn; Thursday, July 13. Greenwood at Anderson. Abbeville at Laurens. Friday, July 14. Greenwood at Anderson. Abbeville at Laurens. Monday, July 17. , Anderson at Abbeville. Laurens at Greenwood. Tuesday, July 18. Anderson at Abbeville. Laurens at Greenwood. Thursday, July 20. Anderson at Laurens. Greenwood at Anderson. Friday, July 21. Anderson at Laurens. Greenwood at Anderson. Monday, July 24. Laurens at Anderson. Abbeville at Greenwood. Tuesday, July 25. Laurens at Anderson. Abbeville at Greenwood. FOR CONGRESS. I am a candidate for re-election to Congress from the Third Congression al District, subject to the rules of the uemocrauc paitjr. FRED H. DOMINICK. Subject to the rules of the Demo cratic Primary. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Congress from the Third District. SAM HODGES SHERARD. E. P. McCravy is hereby announc ed as a candidate for Congress, Third District, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the House of Repre sentatives subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. THOMAS A. PUTNAM. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the House of Repre sentatives subject to the rules of the Democratic Primary. M. J. ASHLEY. FOR AUDITOR. I hereby announce myself a candi-l date for the position of Auditor of Abbeville County, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. BEN E. EVANS. I hereby announce myself a candi date for Auditor of Abbeville Coun ty subject to the rules of the Demo cratic primary election. W. L. (Roy) POWER. KUK rKUBA IL JUUUE. I hereby announce myself a can didate for re-election to the office of Probate Judge of Abbeville County subject to the action of the Democratic Party. JONES F. MILLER. I hereby announce myself a can. didate for Judge of Probate for Ab beville county subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. W. D. WILKINSON. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Young, J. A. Brown and J. S. MoBride spent' Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. 'Crawford. (Miss Lena Spence spent the week end with Miss Irene Young. Miss May Belle Young spent (Friday night with (Mrs. (Fannie Mc Samuel Young spent Sunday with Edmond Young. Bradley Moore of Abbeville is visiting in the home of Mr. W. R. Bo wen and family. Misses Alma and Irene Young visited Misses Mary and Lena Spence Saturday afternoon. Mrs. F. T. Young spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. S. T. Young. Messrs. F. T., J. C, Charlie and Reese Young and sisters spent Sun day afternoon in the home of Mr. Joe Young. Misses Zellie Langley and Mary Spence, Alma and Irene Young were the recent visitors of Mrs. C. E. Brown. Miss Huth Young spent Sunday with Miss Pearl Beauford. Mrs. J. M. Spence and Mrs. C. E. Brown spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. T. A. Tolbert. 'Carl Young and Missea Alma and May Belle Young spent awhile Wednesday nigh with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Crawford. We are sorry to write that Miss es Maggie Young and Lillie Beau ford are on the sick list. We wish f?r them iboth an early recovery. Among those who called in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Beau ford Sunday Were, Mr. Metz Dilla shaw, Mrs. Joe DilLashaw and chil dren of McCormick, Mrs. J. M. and son. Ollie, 'Misses ftena Spence, Irene Young and Messrs. Carl Young and Sam Long also Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Walker, Mr. R. H. Beauford and daughter, Julia Belle of Bethia. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Young and son, Joseph, spent the week-end with Mr. J. A. Young and family. Mr. J. M. Spence left Saturday for -St. Petersburg Fla., where he will visit his son, Ralph Spence. Mr. Robert Creswell and Miss Elizabeth CSresWell of Harrisburg 1 Hie Rose 1 S Four Stores 1 jj XLo ?ur || Custom ft iviuu viae You wi you will rec< You wi and sent on; ful attentior just as caref Our ms a great deal find that it v to you, too. When 2 vite you to r You will be | anything or The Rose ifiuafgiEiaiHigfaiaigiiraia V DUE WEST NEWS. K A.'R. Presbyterian V % I Mr. W. B. Scoggins left last week for Camden, where he has a position with a newspaper. Prof. James Bonner will spend some time this summer at the Uni versity in New York City. Mr. qpd Mrs. R. M. Stevenson of IWoTw-nVnV Tptw. j?ta visitinc friends in town. The new dormitory, Robinson Hall has all the outside work completed. The slate roof was put on last week. Dr. R. M. Stevenson preached at Greenvale church last Sabbath. Rev J. M. Dallas, the pastor is on a visit to his old home in Scotland. The summer communion at the A. R. P. church in Due West begins next Friday. Rev. E. B. Hunter of Sharon will do the preaching. Mr. Frank D. Bell, director of Camp Mondamin at Lake Summit for boys has been making a journey in the Southern part of this state in the interest of his boys' camp. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Kobinson, mr. and Mrs. D. S. Edwards and Mrs, C. E. Todd attended the Green-Clink scales wedding at Hartsville, Ga. The young people who went up in the mountains returned last week. They camped on Lake Summit, Mr. J. 0. Bell was exceedingly kind. They had a fine time. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Y. Brownlee and children and Mrs. Fannie Brownlee left last Saturday morning for Bon Clarken. They will be gone several l days. I , 9pent Saturday night with Mrs. Mary F. Uroeweii ana lamny. J. P. Creswell -was the recent guest of W. R. Bowen. Misses Irene and Nora Young spent one afternoon last week with Miss Minnie Belle Tolbert. Miss Lyndelle Young spent Tues day with Miss Ruth Young. Willie and Charlie Beauford spent Saturday night in Bethia with their mother Mrs. M. E. Beauford. Miss Claire Young spent Tuesday with Miss Frances Walker. I fiifiuainraBraiafiUiaiarafgr mberg Merc Department Stores Mi Abbeville, S. C. ' ?ut ?f' lers: Id U((/CI( 1 lUlllfJL 11 be surprised at just h sive a response to your n 11 be pleased with the gc approval for each order i i and the desired article :'ully as if you were here i til order business has gr< to us during the year a: rill mean a great deal oi /ou are in the City we c nake this Store your hea welcome whether you ' not. . , nberg Merc [BfiUZJZJETZfZrafilJZJZJZJZi' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The County Highway Commission ers of AbDevnie uounty win receive sealed bids, at the office of County Supervisor, until 12 o'clock on Thurs day, July 27th, 1922, for the con struction of Eight and 78-100 miles of top soil road from Due West via Ashley's store and Keowee Church, to the Kay Place, known as the Hook road, as per the survey of the County Engineer. The work will consist of the neces sary clearing and grubbing, excava tion, culverts, headwalls, top soil sur facing and such other work as may be necessary to complete the road according to the plans and specifica tions. Detail information will be furnished by H. B. Humbert, County Engineer. Bids shall be on the prescribed form and accompanied by a certified check, or corporate surety bond, in the sum of Five Hundred ($500) Dollars payable to J. S. Stark, 'Chair man, as guarantee that the bidder will, if awarded the contract, within ten days after notice thereof enter into a written contract and give sat. isfactory Bond in one-half (1-2) the amount of the contract price, said bond to be furnished through an agency resident in Abbeville County. Bidders must satisfy the Commis sion of their experience and ability f BLUE RIBBON W. E. THOIV Trinity Street. * annifiin!Jiii!maaaffl antile Co. any Departments Sown Attention low quickly rail order. ods selected is given care is selected LI1 U1C ?IU1 C. 5wn to mean nd you will : satisfaction ordially in .dquarters? wish to buy ' ! I t J . 1 J ?iii. r. anuie ui. amjnmniizmjzfiu 512 Prisoners In PenitMtuur; Columbia, July 6.?There are day 512 prisoners in the peniten more than for any year in r< years. Colonel Sanders, superinl ent, stated today that he feare would not have money to^run prison on for the rest of the J due to the large prison family the small appropriation made fo support. The legislature all< $100,000, and at the time the 1 lature was in session there were prisoners; last year the penitent ^ 1 AO AAA <?t?rl -fVin firaf rtf apciib ?p j year there were only 284 priso^ The chair factory has already year turned over to the state ury $42,000, representing five mc of its operation, and on the hand the prison is called upon tc for the up-keep of the many keepers," prisoners sent from counties merely for safe keepinj Cattlemen of California last received $50,377,000 for cattle took to market. to perform the work. The righj reserved to reject any or all bi<^ Done at Abbeville, S. C., by of the Commission, this 1st daj July, 1922. J. S. STARK, Chairms L. W. KELLER, Secre| iJuly 12_ltw-3wks. SHOE SHOP, 1PS0N, Prop. Phone 209.