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Miss Willie Cochran of Cold
Spring was in town today shopping.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Speed are tak- g.
ing in the fair at Greenwood today. v
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in towa yesterday.
(Mr. and Mrs. Sam Able were ^
shopping in town Thursday.
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Mrs. H. F. Corneley and children
are spending: the week-end in Monroe,
N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Smith attend- E
ed the Greenwood fair and foot-ball "
game. ' ?
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Miss Gertrude Penney and Willie, f,
| G. Riley, of Sharon, spent Thursday j
in tnw vhj.
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Ralph. Adams was called to Fountain
Ian Friday on account of the ^
illness of kis uncle.
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Mrs. J. F. Rogers and Miss Julia
Rogers of Penneys Creek were in
town today shopping. u
Mr. Mid Mrs. J. W. Fisher and ^
family Level Land, spent the day j ^
m Atw?eraie yesceraay. | ^
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Mrs- Mamie Davis, R. T. Hughes
and J. W. L. Pratt ef Ware Shoals
were in town today on business in .H
the Coort House.
Mrs. Carol Seawrigbt of Kansas
City, Missouri was ' in Abbeville'j.
forth? week-end with Mrs, Clyde]
Yoder. j
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Mrs. J. A. Grant and Jimmie Nick- j
les went over to Greenwood today j
to attend the Piedmont Fair and to' et
see the football game. ' ijj
Mrs. Julian White leaves tomor-^(
row for Florence where she will join
ler husband who has a position with. g,
the American Railway Express Com- yi
jany.
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Mrs. E. C. Horton is in Waynesrille,
N. C. to attend the wedding
)f her ni?ce. Miss Elizabeth Crymes'r1,
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Reeves to Mr, Roy Frances, Novem-t^
ber 1, 1922. . !|j
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Mrs. Brice Mills, and little Nell ;Q:j
leave fcoiay for their home! in'^(
Greensboro. Mrs. Mills has beeci on'^
a visit to her sister Mrs. Yoder on'
South Main street for several weeks
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Otto Bristow, Joe Little, C. E.
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Williamson and D. T. Smith were among
the Abbeville folks to go over
to Greenwood yesterday for the P.
C. and Brskine game.
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Mrs. Alma C. Gibbons, Robert! L
Cheatham, Miss Bessie Lee Cheat- j L
ham, Eugene Fisher Leno Vandvier S
and Mrs. John Wham expect to go 3
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throng* tfte country next wesK anu ?
take in the State Fair at Columbia.'
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1 "THE FftlENl
Robert S. Owens of McCormick, t
;as in town Thursday.
Lewis Chiles and Guard Culbreth
rere in town yesterday purchasing
upplics. *
Mrs. C. T- King and Mrs. J R
V'oodhurst attended the fair in
Ireenwood today.
Mrs. Henry L. Hagerman left to- i
ay for Greenville. Mrs. Hagerman '
as been on a visit to her mother, 1
Irs. John Harris for the last week. 1
Mrs. Andrew Covar and her two '
ittlo sons are here from Abbeville,
pending two weeks with Mrs. Coar's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Mrs. Hanford Hendeijson, of Augsta,
Ga., arrived in the city yesteray
for a visit to her sister, Mrs.
ohn Harris, Jr. Mrs. Henderson
ras joined in Abbeville by Mr. Hend i
rson who is just returning from a
usiness trip to New York.
ONOR ROLL FOR
CAMPBELL SCHOOL
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First grade^?Mack Beaty, Jr., J
imes Voyles.
Second grade?Marion Cann.
Third grade?Clarence Voyles.
Fourth grade?Vollie Mae Suber.
ack Voyles. j
Fifth grade?Gladys Beaty, Rob t
Campbell, Mildred McMahan, ^
ary Simpson.
Sixth grade?Annie Kate Camp_ ^
11, Sarah Simpson.
Eighth grade?Mary Frances "
eaty, Bertha Campbell, Annie Ruth
oyles.
Ninth Grade?Amv Camnbell. Ed- ,
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i Mann, Mary Nance. ,j
With the above honor roll we have
lished the first months work in the.
ampbell Graded school. With the
ficient help and co-operation of
iss Mary Mulligan of Washington, (
a., and of Miss Emma Davenport ^
: Greenwood and of Miss Lorainei
ook of Latimer, we hope to makej^
lis the most successful year the ^
hool has yet had. ^
Gertrude Weldon, Principal.
ERVICES FOR SUNDAY
ON ABBEVILLE CIRCUIT 1
Sunday 11 a. m. Preaching atj
ethany. The Sacrament of the
ords Supper will be administered,
et all thoi members be present. At t
haron S. S. 3 o'clock, preaching at;]
:45. Preaching at Grace at 7:30. <
.11 invited.
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rescott.?Edgefield Advertise*-.
Mrs. E. C. Horton, of Abbeville,
; visiting her sister, Mrs. David S.
randiver, and at the same time takig
advantage of the fine shopping
icilities of Anderson.?Anderson
"ribune. ( i
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Miss Pearle Wheeler and Mrs.
Idward Player, of Sumter, visited
rrs. Vance Ashley on Wardl?w St.
tris woek. They are with Mr. and
Irs. Ashley near Level Land for a
ew days now.
Mrs. S. G. Thomson, Jr. Miss Less
[ay and little Goudo and baby Adlaide
leave Saturday for Colum- i
ia where they will take in the fair
nd then go on to Ridgeway for a]
isit toMra. Thomson's brother.
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MRS. POWER ENTERTAINS
Mrs. J. R. Power entertained the
Bridge Club Wednesday afternoon
at a delightful meeting. Regular
members and invited guests made
up seven tables. The house was
beautiful in ageratum, zinnias and
ferns.
Refreshments of chicken and fruit
salad were served.
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MRS. C. S. JONES HOSTESS
Mrs. C. S. Jones was hostess for
the Bridge Club at her home in the
city Friday afternoon. This was the
regular meeting and a good attendance
of members and a few invited
guests were present. The Jones
home home is very attractive, and
with the many colored fall flowers
used Friday it was unusally so. Mrs.
Jones served her guests a delicious
salad course, with hot rolls and
coffee.
THE ACE OF CLUBS.
Miss Mary Hill Harris entertained
the Ace of Clubs at her homo on
South Main street Thursday after
noon at a very pleasant meeung.
Mrs. Henry Hagerman of Greenville,
Mrs. Hanford Henderson, of
Augusta and Mrs. John Harris Jr.
assisted Miss Harris in receiving,
The home was charming in decorations
of white and pink dahilias.
Only the members of the club were
present, and after the game, Miss
Lillian Richey, one of the* October
brides to be, was presented with a
piece of linen. Refreshments of
salad with coffee, were served.
HONOR OF BRIDE-TO-BE.
Mrs. J. R. Nickles gave a bridge
party this afternoon in honor of
Miss Lillian Richey, an Abbeville
October bride. Mrs. Nickles issued
invitations to about sixteen guests,
and the Nickles home was beautiful
in decorations of golden rod. The
jride's table was fixed up in yellow
neline, and the chair for the future
bride was also decorated, with
ineline bows, white candles, with
the yefllow, were effective. The
score cards carried dainty bon bon
souvenirs, While Miss Richey was
presented with an exquisite silver
:andle stick by the hostess. Mrs.
Nickles served a salad course with
hot coffee.
EPWORTH "WEENIE"' ROAST
The Epworth League met Thursiay
night at the residence of Mrs.
j. W. Tutt on Wardlaw street, with
t membership present of about for
y young people. After the social
lour and the business meeting the'
1-eaguers went to Klugh's Park
vhere a big camp fire had been built
'or this occasion and had a "weenie"
oast.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
ABBEVILLE COUNTY.
notice is Hereby given that
he undersigned as a Board of Corwill,
on Fridav, October
>7. 1922. an^lv to the Spflrptarv of
?tate of the State of South Carolina
"?r a charter for The Donalds Gingery.
a nr^n^sed pignoration. "nt>
ts principal place of business at Donilds,
in said state and county, which
:orporation proposes to engage in
he g:nn''ng and packi"tr of cotton
ind the buying and selling of cotton
;eed and cotton seed products: thp
amount of the canital stock of said
corporation is to be Fifteen Thousind
(815,000.00) Dollars, payable
n installments of twenty per cent,
in cash, and twenty per cent, each
;hirty days thereafter, in cash, until
;he whole amount is naid: the numbf"jf
shares into which the capital
stock is to be divided is to be or.o
1 _ J -4-1*.% r?n>? irnlnn o"f
"inur***! niu.v VJ \'ci'
One Hundred ($100) Dollars each.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN
rhat a meeting of the subscribers
:o the capital stock of said corporation
will be held at the office of The
Bank of Donalds, in said state, o*
Tuesday, October 24, 1922, at 3
:>'clock. for the purpose of electing
ft Board of Directors of said corporation,
adoutinjr bv-laws. and other
wipe completing tne mcurpuiauun ui
?aid comDany.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN
That the directors of said corporation
will meet immediately after the
meeting of the stockholders at the
same place.
L. J. DAVIS.
B. W. TRIBBLE,
B. H. SMITH,
Board of Corporators.
Oct. 19, 1922.
Your coal goes a lobg way when
burned in Cole's Hot Blast Heaters.
They are fuel savers.
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NOTICE OF ELECTION
i STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
| COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE,
j Notice is hereby given that the
General Election for, Representatives
in Congress will be held at the voting
I precincts fixed by law in the County
1 of Abbeville on Tuesday, November
17, 1922, said day being Tuesday following
the first Monday, as prescribI
ed by the State Constitution.
The qualifications for suffrage are
as follows:
Residence in State for two years,
in the County one year, in the polling
precinct in which the elector of'fers
to vote, four months, and the
j payment six months before any election
of any poll tax then due and
I payable. Provided. That ministers
jin charge of an organized church
i and teachers of public schools shall
ibe entitled to vote after six months'
I residence in the State, otherwise
| qualified.
Registration.?Payment of all tax|
es, including poll tax, assessed and
i collectible during the previous year.
The production of a certificate or the
receipt of the officer authorized to
collect such taxes shall be conclusive
proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed for opening
the polls Managers and Clerks must ,
take and subscribe to the Constitutional
oath. The Chairman of the
Board of Managers can administer
the oath to the other Managers and
to the_Clerk: a Notary Public must
administer the oath to Chairman.
The Managers elect their chairman
and Clerk.
Prtlld flf votinor nlacp must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m., and closed
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in the city
of Charleston, where they shall be
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 6
p. m.
The Managers have the power to
fill a vacancy ; and if none of the
Managers attend, the citizens can
appoint, from among the qualified
voters, the Managers, who, after being
sworn, can conduct the election.
At the close of * the election, the
Managers and Clerk must proceed
publicly to open the ballot box and
count the ballots therein, and continue
without adjournment until the
. same is completed, and make a statement
of the result for each office, ,
and sign the same. Within three days
thereafter, the Chairman of the
Board, or some one designated by .
the Board, must deliver to the Commissioners
of Election the poll list, '
the box containing the ballots and
written statements of the result of j
the election. *
Managers of Election.-?The fol- j
lowing Managers of Election have
been appointed to. hold the. election j
at the various precincts in the said
County:
Abbeville?rW. C. Sherard, J. S.
Cochran, W. D. Wilkinson. i
Cotton Mill?A. 0. Roche, J. F.
Barnwell, Meadors Langley. <
Gilliam's Gin House?Joe B. Wilson,
R. W. Knox, Charlie D. Evans, i
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i?'aknoua??j. r. uiderc, w. j. | >
Blake, C. G. McAllister. t M
Lowndesville?W. M. Spe'er, De- t
Witt Barnes, T. D. Cooley. ' <
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5j White Lace Back $1.50
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Due West?0. Y. Brownlee, W. S. J
Jordan, T. A. Putnam
Donalds?B. W. Tribble, R. L. Bar1more,
S. S. W. Brov.*::.
Central?Henry W. Nickles, Leonard
Mcllwaine, R. H. Stevenson.
Rock Springs?R. M. Burts, W.
M. Jameson, J. P. Smith.
Hampton?J. A. Murdock, J. C.
Burton, C. C. McDonald.
Bryant's Cross Roads?rJ. C. McAdams,
J. W. Fisher, J. H. McLane.
Tfpnwpp?Rppsp McMahan. Benia
roin Shirley, J. Claud Ashley.
Antreville?J. P. Anderson, Fred
Urowther, Ernest McCarter.
The Managers of each precinct
named above are requested to delerate
one of their number to secure
"he box and blanks for the election
at the office of J. L. Perrin, Clerk of
3ourt, Abbeville, South Carolina- on
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the undersigned .CommluT?
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hereby certify that the fftxcgaiqp x
list is. a true list of names of Managers
of Election appointed for fle
various voting precincts.
J. M. NiCKLES, CI i ill i?
MRS. JENVTE P. WUIl'K
JOEL S. MORSE.
Oct. 19, 1422. ' It
Lowrie Wilson is with the Tlf
berg Mercantile Co. in the afternoons
after he finishes serving Iks
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mail route.
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