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FOR CONGRESS.
I am a candidate for re-election to
Cangress from the Third Congression
al District, subject to the rules of the
?e?ocratic party.
FRED H. DOMINICK.
4-/\ f>iA wtlflP 4-V> a 7^/%m a_
WUi/JCVl l/UC 1U1CO VI U1C i/CIUV
oratic Primary. I hereby announce
- qpself a candidate for Congress
from the Third District.
SAM HODGES SHERARD.
H P. McCravy is hereby announc
ob is a candidate for Congress,
Hard District, subject to the rules of
Democratic party.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
J lereby announce myself as a
? &?Idate for the House of Repre
Bstatives subject to the action of
Ift* Democratic Primary.
THOMAS A. PUTNAM.
I hereby announce myself as a
m?nWate for the House of Repre
imUtives subject to the rules of
Democratic Primary.
M. J. AiSHDEY.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the House of Repre.
Bf Li tires subject to the action of
fke Democratic Primary.
W. WALLACE HARRIS.
X hereby announce myself as a
i ? iTiiT ifi for the House of Repre
wTiti 11 subject to the rules of the
JSemocratic Primary.
W. L. BROWNLEE.
I' Bereby announce myself as a
'Candidate for the House of Repre
eee&stives subject to the rules of
Democratic Primary.
A. R. ERWIN.
FOR AUDITOR. '
I Sereby announce myself a candi
date far the position of Auditor of
JLft&crille County, subject to the
ac&ra of the Democratic Primary.
BEN E. EVANS.
Tleieby announce myself a candi
dktx for Auditor of Abbeville Coun
tjraoSjecfc to the rules of the Demo.j
maix primary election.
W. L. (Roy) POWER. '
IT Hereby announce myself a candi
f?r re-election for Auditor of
JMfevdUe County, subject to the ac
Har of the Democratic primary.
RICHARD SONDLEY.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
r Bereby announce myself a can
"illdiitiv (for re-election to the office
rf Probate Judge of Abbeville
fiaanty subject to the action <ff the
Blwm 111f fr Party.
JONES F. MILLER.
I Iiereby announce myself a can.
4Bfa?e for Judge of Probate for Ab
IfcviSe county subject to the rules of
lie Democratic primary.
W. D. WILKINSON.
.> FOR TREASURER.
ITtereby amroance myself as a can
ttBkfe for County Treasuurer sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
iganury.
FRANK B. JONES.
T fiere6y announce myself as a
?ndidate for the office of Treasurer
??" Abbeville County subject to the
rnHos of the Democratic primary.
MARY DOUGLAS EVANS.
ff hereby announce myself as a
endSdarte for the office of Treasurer
Abbeville County subject to the
action ?f the Democratic primary.
R. B. CHEATHAM.
SCHEDULE OF GAMES
OF CAROLINA LEAGUE
SMy 27-28 at Laurens-Anderson;
a* ASireville^Greenwood.
JViy 31 .Aug. 1 at Anderson-Lau-j
sr (7rp<>nwnod-Abbeville.
jingust 3-4 at Anderson-Abbeville;
Wi Hanrens-Greenwood.
.ta^ast 7.8 at Greenwood-Ander
***.- it Abbeville-Laurens.
-August 10-11 at Anderson-Green
^kkis1^ it Laurens-Abbeville.
Xagnst 14-15 at Abbeville-Ander
hob; ax Greenwood-Laurens.
Attirast 17.18 at Laurens-Anderson
AbtoeviiTe-Greenwood.
JLreust 21-22 at Anderson-Laurens,
Greenwood-Abbeville.
ABBEVILLE BEATS GR
IN GREAT
(By Wm. P. Greene, Jr.) I
Abbeville won one of the most c
exciting games of the season Friday
from Greenwood by rallies in the c
fifth and ninth. By beating this game '
Abbeville won three straight games, c
a thing which the team has not done *
before this season.
Payne Henderson, the Greenwood
pitcher, was going along smoothly <
and was pitching air-tight ball until
the fifth. He allowed only two hits in
the first four innings. In the fifth
he walked Scoggins, then hit Allen, (
pitcher for Abbeville on the head
knocking him out for the rest of the
game. The next man up, E. Gallo
way was also walked. The injury to
Allen somewhat unsteadied the pitch- P
er, causing him to lose control. He
asked to be relieved and Manager
Henderson sent Ethridge in. 0
With the sacks drunk Ethridge
? ...i. "o n
began well Dy siriKing out xv. vrai-1
loway but he had not reckoned with | ^
Reames, the mighty, who was up
next. Undertaking to throw one of
his fast ones past Reames, the pitch- *
er found his mistake, because 11
Reames planted the apple safely in
left field for three bases bringing
three runs. Abbeville scored one in a
the next frame, and then did nothing *
until the ninth. a
Kennedy, who took Allen's place ^
in the box, opened the ninth by a
double to Jeft center. Brownlee hit .
for E. Galloway and knocked a long i
fly to right which the fielder appro- ^
priated. Galloway R. then hit one
just inside the first base line for ^
two bases scoring Kennedy and ty
ing the score. Again the mighty
Reames appeared at the plate and
slapped another one into left center ^
scoring Galloway, R. and winning
the old ball game for Abbeville.
The hitting of Reames and Gallo
way, R. featured the game for Ab- t
beville, Reames' two triplets were
the main factors of Abbeville's vie
Tfc J 4.
wry. ijauoway xv. secureu twu uvu- ^
bies, the last one bringing in the j
tying run. The fielding features of j
the game were contributed by Brad- T
ley, of Greenwood, and E. Galloway, j
of Abbeville. Bradley robbed three <]
Abbeville men of doubles. Bob Gal- j
loway had a bad day in the field. ^
The ball took some bad hops for ^
him. Livingston and Mitchell of
Greenwood each knocked a triple off a
Allen.
Kennedy, who took Allen's place c
in the box when the latter was in- a
jured, pitched as good exhibition of t
base ball as has been seen here this t
year. He let Greenwood down with 3
one hit, and this was a scratch hit {
by Shealy. y
The fact that he was the occasion, r
because he was not the cause, of
Allen's injury evidently got on the
nerves of Pitcher Payne Henderson.
The fact that it worried him to be
even the innocent cause of injury
to another player is evidence that he
is a gentleman and a true sportsman.
Henderson was pitching a fine game
against Abbeville and had he kept
the pace set in the early innings he
would no doubt have won his game.
Nobody regretted the injury to Al
len as much as he did. As Josh Ash
ley used to say, "We all love him"
for the way in which he behaved.
Box score:
GREENWOOD AB R. H. PO A E
Tinman. 2h. 5 0 0 3 3 0
Bradley, If.
... 4
0
0
4
0
0
Livingston, c.
? 5
2
1
2
0
0
Stewart, 3b.
... 5
0
1
3
3
2
Davis, cf. .
4
1
1
2
0
0
Mitchell, ss.
... 3
1
1
1
4
0
Monroe, rf.
... 3
1
2
2
0
0
Shealey, lb.
... 4
0
1
9
1
1
Henderson, p
_ 2
0
1
1
2
0
Ethridge, p.
... 2
0
0
0
1
0
Totals
_ 37
5
8
27
14
3
ABBEVILLE:
9
Galloway, E.
If. 3
1
0
4
0
0
Galloway, R.
ss. 4
1
2
2
3
2
Reames, If. _
.. 5
1
2
2
0
0
Erwin, rS. __
4
0
0
2
0
0
Agnew, c. __
._ 3
0
1
3
3
0
Clark, 3b. __
__ 4
0
0
2
3
1
Ualloway, ts. zo. 4 u u l z
Scoggins, lb. _ 3 0 0 11. 0
Allen, p. 1110 2
Kennedy, p. 12 10 2
1
Total 32 6 7 27 15 7 f
. Tvro-base hits: Galloway, R. (2), t
Kennedy, Stewart. Three-base hits:
Reames (2), Livingston, Mitchell.
EENWOOD
RALLY IN NINTH
iits off of Allen 6; Henderson, 2;
>ff Kennedy 1; Ethridge 5.
Base on balls off Henderson, 3;
>ff Ethridge 1; off Allen 1; off Ken
nedy 1. Stolen base Erwin. Struck
>ut by Allen 2; by Henderson 1; by
Cennedy 4; by Ethridge, none.
Wild Pitch: Henderson.
Hit by pitcher: by Henderson,
[Allen.)
BASEBALL "DOPE"
9
Friday's game in the Index-Journal)
Torpedoed in the Ninth!
Submarine Reames shot the tor
iedoes.
Abbeville always wins from us by
>ne score.
Abbeville hit in the pinches and
eserved to win.
You Abbeville boys have just got
o lay off that "rough stuff" in the
linth in all future games.
Reames was the "lion of the hour"
it Abbeville, he practically winning
he old ball game by his own efforts,
,nd take it from us, the two hits in
he pinche3 by him were "some ef
orts." In the fifth, with the bases
oaded, he hit for three bases, scor
ng three runs. The hit was a "scream
r" to deep left, and again in the fa
al ninth he hit a beautiful line
Irive to left center, scoring Bob
Jalloway from second with the win
ling run?just "busting up" the
>all game in a blaze of glory. Reames
tlso played a fine game in center.
>Jow what more glorjr does one man
eant in one afternoon? He was "all
eool and a yard wide" yesterday
tnd Abbeville deserved to win on
his boy's hitting.
- You have got to hand it to those
Abbeville lads (this includes both
3obby Clark and "Sal" Brownlee,
or they are lads just grown old and
ejuvenated) on being the gamest
>unch of "fighters" in the league.
Chey are never whipped until the
ast man is out in the ninth. This is
hree times now they have come
rom behind and licked our boys,
ind our hat goes off to you. Give me
i team every time that will fight for
ivery inch on a ball field, over the
me that has more natural ability
tnd takes things easy. An aggressive
earn looks better even in defeat than
he other team does in victory. There
hould be no such thing as "let up"
n a ball game. You can let up when
ou go fishing or play checkers, but
lot in a ball game?and particularly
o when the opposition is about equal
a strength.
VILSON AND HAYES
TO STATE PRISON.
Columbia, July 29.?The majesty
if the law was victorious in a peace
ul way today when Supervisor Mack
Cing of Anderson, telephoned Gov
rnor Harvey and advised him that
le had decided to comply with the
Jovernor's request and turn over to
he state penitentiary Ed Wilson
,nd Will Hayes, two Anderson pris
?ners, who have been held in Ander
on, whereas the sentence of the
ourt was that they should serve
heir sentence in the state prison,
rhe men will be brought to Colum
>ia next Monday.
The Anderson supervisor was in
Columbia Wednesday and had a con
ference with the Chief Executive.
Ie contended that under a decision
>f 1914, he had the right to hold
he two prisoners in Anderson. The
governor told him that he proposed
;o fight to the last ditch the conten
ion that the prisoners should- be
>rought to the penitentiary. The con
ference was friendly, and when Mr.
ting left he told the governor he
vould give his answer by noon Fri
lay; to this the executive agreed, and
rriday morning the Anderson offic
al telephoned his decision. He thank
id the executive for his kind con
lideration of his position, and the
governor thanked the supervisor for
lis decision. The governor agreed to
five the two prisoners until Monday
hat they may bid farewell to thew
elatives in Anderson and wind up
some affairs necessary to their de
A >
\ DUE WEST NEWS.
v r A. R. Presbyterian V
\ >
Mr. Walter Watt of Alabama is
spending some days with Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. Watt.
Miss Louise Agnew who has been
A??iroecinflp fnr TX7/\wi?vi'e P.ftllfl CFG
uauvaoijiub auj. buc f? viuau p w.?v0v
in Florida returned home last week.
Mrs. Fannie Bradley of Abbeville
was a guest last week of Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Kennedy.
Miss Jean Agnew returned from
Anderson on Monday where she has
been visiting for some days.
Mr. and Mis. McAllister of Little
Rock, Ark., have been on a visit to
friends in Due West.
Dr. R. H. Brice spent the Sabbath
in Due West. Dr. Brice will take up
traveling for a Medical Company in
a short while.
We very much regret to see that
Mr. W. C. Brock has met with an
auto accident. We hope that he may
have a speedy recovery.
Dr. R. M. Stevenson preafched in
the Presbyterian church at Abbeville
last Sabbath and at Greenvale church
the preceding Sabbath.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Pressly and
little daughter returned by auto from
Tazwell, Va., last week. Mrs. Crock
ett and Miss UrocKett returned oy
rail some days ago.
Rev. N. E. Smith o|f Bartow, Fla.
reached Due West last week and
joined Mrs. Smith, who has been in
Due West for several weeks. Bro.
Smith preached in the A. R. P.
church last Sabbath much to the
pleasure of his friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kennedy visit
ed Mr. Chas. P# Pressly at Cedar
Springs last week. They extended the
visit down to Troy and McCormick.
Visited the new A. R. P. church at
the latter place in company with
Rev. L. T. Pressly.
We are pleased to say that Mrs.
Dr. J. S. Moffatt and family of
Columbia are expected to reach Due
West Wednesday of this week. Her
son, Dr. J. S. Moffatt of Lexington,
Va.> and also Mrs. Leila Moffatt are
in Columbia and will come up to Due
West with the family. They will re
ceive a most cordial welcome in Due
West.
IRA HARRISON FILES
PAPERS FOR APPEAL
Columbia, July 29.?Ira Harrison
in the death house of the penitenti
ary, as one of the murderers of J.
C. Arnette, Columbia filling station
proprietor, today filed with Solici
tor Spigner papers in his appeal.
Harrison makes several exceptions to
the charee of Judge Townsend. The
solicitor is preparing his case and
will likely take some action at an
early date towards having this appeal
dismissed and also that of F. M. Jef
fords, the other party to the Ar
nette murder, who has also appealed
from his. death sentence.
WANTS
WANTED?To exchange one good,
one-horse wagon and one buggy
for stove wood. See D. E. Penney.
Abbeville. 7,31.2tpd.
BOLL WEEVIL COTTON DUST
ERS?Another shipment just re
ceived. Same reasonable price. H
0. SPEED. 7, 28-2tc.
WANTED?Two energetic men to
work at Abbeville. Apply at Sing
er Sewing Machine Co., at Green
wood, S. C., V. B. Barnett, Mgr.
Greenwood, S C. Box 304 _,28 lmc
Jdrug fixtures for sale?
Complete set Drug Fixtures in
cluding Soda Fountain, Cash Reg
ister, Scales and all fixtures need
ed in an up-to-date drug store.
. Wire or write Frank R. Hunter,
Newberry, S. C. 7,31.2tcol.
5
house and lot for sale?Small
cash payment, balance like rent.
Would take parr in board. Good
chance to own a home. Also $40.00
wood and coal heater, half price;
6-foot walnut table $12.50; 3-foot
table $2.00; one round table $4.00
one rocker, $5.00; well windless,
$1.50. Jas. W. Martin, 26 Parker
Street. 7, 28-2tcol.
parture for the state prison.
An Anderson deputy will bring the
men to Columbia. Hayes and Wilson
i were given fifteen years each for
manslaughter.
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