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1Rews j personals : L =j Pierce Bowen, of Santuc, was in J town tliis morning. Miss "Willie Eakin is laid up with a case of dengue fever. Mrs. Stanford Woodhurst was in Atlanta shopping this week. (Mrs. G. S. Lewis, of Lowndesville, was in town today shopping. 1 Miss Elizabeth Cobb of Greenwood was in the city Monday. ] Mrs. Jim Sherard of Calhoun 1 ' x 3 *_ rails spent yesieraay in auuv?uic. iPaul Richey is visiting his sister Mrs. H. A. McElroy in Columbia, 1 ? _____ 1 Dr. D. G. Mahon was over from Calhoun Falls on business today. ; Julian Roche wemt to the Textile s Show in Greenville yesterday. < ' i Miss Nannie Bowie, of Greenville, | spent the week-end In the city. l< Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams have r Keturned from a trip to Fountain t WT> t D. L. Barnes of Lowndesville was i business visitor iff the city this aorning. j W. H. Mundy and gon Thomas and ] Sari Graves motered to Colnmbia Wednesday. C. P. Townsend spent several ays in Atlanta this week on bus- j Mr. and Mrs. Elbert White and Ibert, Jr. spent Monday in GreenMrs. Bouchor of Atlanta, is in the a ty visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. P. h ownsend. Mi*s. Wister Harmon, is home, | om McCormick for a visit of ten!^ ?ys or two weeks. k Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thomerson of ^ ? >f_ 1 vf t I aureus are visiting mi. miu wio. u. , Cox on Lemon street. Miss Fannie Dupr? came home >r Sunday and jetumed to Lander ollege at Greenwood on Monday. Mr. J. M. Harkey returned yester- 1 ty from a visit to his daughter, ] rs. J. B. Fowler in Monroe, N. C. I* Bruce Galloway was home to visit ? is parents over Sunday. Bruce is 5 udent at Furman this year, and is c akirtg good at that school. Mrs. F. B. McLane and two sons j-e in Columbia attending the State s kir. Ttey are stopping with Mr., * Id Ifjcfe. Charles Todd while there. 1 c 1 k A D. Robterson Industrial Agent r the Seaboard was in Abbevillo j * >t wieek on his way to visit the ape far* of Mr. Ellis of Level Land. Dr. ?. F. Poole is expected in j1 >bevilla tomorrow from New c lrasmck, N. J. and will visit in s liitk Carolina for about a month. OPERA HOUSE <|s ?FRIDAY? V1 GLORIA SWANSON In vj} "HER HUSBAND'S v|t TRADEMARK." Vjt Something smart to show her S. ^ I friends. Dressed to look like a V j t I Ml.' __ J.11 ? 4l.?t V I 1. I million aunars: ou uw, mc : i world would think her hus- Vj band prosperous. But the Vji irioney had to be found some V. t way and? V See her rebel for a better V love and life. See the gor- V 1 geous gowns and the wonder- V 1 ful scenes in this picture. V fjRpi?jidmJsslotw?SS.c v,c V V\ V V vvvvvvvvvji Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Watts, was in town yesterday. Mrs. Frank Palmer, of Central was shopping in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Oscar Cochran, of Edgewood was among the shoppers here Tuesday. Dr. P. B. Carwile of Level Land was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Miss Alpha Graves who is teaching this session in Anderson ,was home Sunday. Mrs. Dan McLean, of Atlanta, is visiting Mrs. Joe Wilson on Greenville street. Mrs. B.K). Bristow and Mrs. D. T. McKeithan, Jr. of Darlington, are in Abbeville for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bristow. Messers. R. B. Cheathan and L. W. Kellar and Richard Sondly represented the Court House circle at Lhe Stat? Fair this week. / Bill Jones, Frank Harrison, Frank Beckham and Joe Hale left jthis afternoon through the country for the State Fair at Columbia. Miss Emma Harris assistant manager of the Gobb five and ten cent store, is in charge of the business luring the absence of Mr. Stalnaker in Columbia. Messrs. J. S. Cochran and R. B. Dheatham will go to Columbia tonorrow for the Fair and will attend ;he banquet Thursday night given >y the Spanish-American war vetirans. j "Buck" Benton Sick. Buck Benton ha^ been real sick "or se<vetal days. His fever went as ligh as 104 degrees on Sundays. Special Guests. Messers. J. M. Gambrell, and S. r. Eakin left yesterday for Colum>ia, where they will be spccial guests >f the State Fair association until Friday. Tonsil Operations. Little Miss Ethel James, and Maser Horace Widenian were patients t the Memorial Hospital today, both aving had their tonsils removed. / . "Red" McMillan There Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McMillan and Irs. Jas. L. McMillan are in Columia today to be in readiness for the ig football game tomorrow between !arolina and Clemson. WOMAN'S EXCHANGE The Womans Erchange at the Ccho will handle needle work only, his means it will not handle the ine carried by any of the merchants n town, or by the Club market but t will fill a need not now filled >uch thing's as home made articles, ind the like. It will cost $1.00 a rear to join, and 10 per cent will be :harge for selling articles consigned Goes To Columbia. Ni-;h Wilson, a colored boy about eventeen years old, from C. L. lock's plantation, was committed to he State Hospital Saturday by Sheriff McLane. NDIAN GIRLS WATCH OVER ANCESTORS GRAVES Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 24?Guardrig what they claim is the honored lust of their ancestors, three Indian isters, Helena, Lydia and Ida Coney, have taken up vigil' with shotruns in a cemetery here. The sisters esent an alleged attempt to bury he body of a man whose parents are ,aid to lie near the craves over which he girls keep watch. Three grave-diggers, cemetery ceepers declare, made futile efforts .o prepare the new grave, alleging .hat permission had been granted by I. B. Pears, head of Haskell Instituion, to a sister of the man whose >ody awaits burial. The Indian girls have divided the light vigil and bring blankets with hem, sleeping on the cemetery sod. If you think legume seed are high ihink of the guy who has to 'buy ligh-priced nitrogen next spring. The gold and jewels that went town with the Lusitania were worth >elwceri $2,6frO,bOb and $3,000,000 . 3lBjSJBI5JSJH5ISJ5JBJBJEiSJ5I5IBJBISJSfSJBJSIEI5Ii^ | QOCIETV | i J JL I E L.irprpp^j^jgjgi|ppfprnirnlfnifniCTic^fannrri'jr7:^qri[pi^ Mrs. Joe Wilson Gives Party. Mrs. Joe A. Wilson is entertaining this afternoon in honor of Miss Lillian Richey. MORNING BRIDGE. Miss Maggie Latimer entertained the Morning Bridge Club toc^ay at a > very pleasant meeting. Tomorrow she will give another party whicli will be the first of a series of parties > Miss Latimer will give. HOSTESS FOR MERRIE MATRONS Mrs. W. Joel Smith was hostess for the Merrie Matrons at the home of Mrs. Moore Mars Tuesday afternoon. Three tables of players were present and a delightful evening was $pent. The home was bright in cos. I IN T>~U Tit. iiiv/D auu luocoi luisoco jjuiu aim :'tle and Mrs. Hanford Hendersor were special guests. Dainty refreshments were servec after the games. COMPLIMENTING MISS RICHEY Miss Mary Milford entertainec I Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mis; | Lillian Richey, who is a member oi 11 the Ace of Olubs and is one of thf . October brides to be. About sixteer guests were invited to this specia party. The Milford home was throwr open and a color scheme of green anc white was used. The brides table oc> I 'cupied the center of the card room ribbon streamers of green and whit* extending from the ceiling light tc the four corners of the table, being fastened with dainty bows. White and green mints were serv^ ed throughout the card playing and the bride was presented with a dainty lingerie gift by the hostess. Mrs. Floyd Graves gave several 'selections on the piano toward th( i close of the evening which were en[ joyed. After this a salad course witli hot coffee was served. The following guests were invited for the occasion: Mrs. J. R. Nickles, Mrs. C. M. McKenzie, Mrs. Wilson W Johnson, Mrs. D. Townsend Smith, , Mrs. Frank Pool, Mrs Maxwell Smith, Mrs. Bill Speed, Mrs. Floyd Graves, Mrs. J. 0. Crowley, Mrs. Wistar Harmon of McCormick, and Misses Margaret Perrin, Mary Hill Harris, Edna Bradley, Susie Mabry, Lillian Richey and Nona Barksdale. \ I MARRIES CHARMING GIRL Miss Elita Bird and Clyde Graves were married Saturday, October 21, at Saganuc, Michigan, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. They immediately left -for Grand Rapids, and from Grand j Rapids came to Abbeville, arriving jhere yesterday afternoon for a .visit of about ten days to Mr. Graves' 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Graves j'.on Washington street. Mrs. Graves was a teacher In the .city schools of Schenectady, N. Y., j*where she met Mr. Graves while he I was connected with time General Electric Company at that place. She is a young woman of distinct personal charm and Abbeville people are delighted with her. I Mr. Graves is a graduate of Clemson College and has been associated I with the General Electric Company | for sometime, and is making good. !He has recently been transferred from Schenectady, N. Y., to the I General Electric headquarters al j Detroit, Michigan, where he and his [bride will make their home in the i u lux tr. DR. ABBOTT DIES; EDITOR OF THE OUTLOOK Severe Attack of Bronchitis Proves Fatal to Clergyman i New York, Oct. 24.?Dr. Lyman | Abbott, editor in chief of the OutI look, with which he had been asso; ciated nearly forty years clergyman ! lawyer, author and successar to Hen ry Ward Beecher as pastor of Plymouth Churcr, Brooklyn died today He would have beca 87 next December. When the end came his four sons and two daughters were at the bedside. Dr. Abbott suffered a severe atinAlr a/ V-hAw />V illno f uxw/v vi uivaviuvico ow <ua ^.vuuvij home in Cornwall on the Hudson last summer from which he never fully recovered. He returned to his citf home two weeks ago. . ., . ; r : s. * j INTERESTING HISTORICAL EVENTS DEPICTED IN FILM CHAPTER PLj j ] Do you know what those wond ! ful qualities were of Abraham L coin's that endeared him to millic , of people, Do you know the circumstan< under which President Lincoln v assassinated. Do you know whether or i John Wilkes Booth met the fate 1 [ served by an assassin? L Would you like to have seen 1 r preside-ntal inauguration of Andr i Johnson. . These historical events are onh few of those recorded by the canv for the big Universal chapter p ; j in. "In the Days of Buffalo Bi | which comes to the Opera Hon j Tuesday, October, 31. ! Tho supretindent of schools jSan Diego, California, Henry ; Johnson, highly endorsed this sei > as the best educational picture e produced. Educators ail over country have eocpressed their oj l ion to the effect that if motion ] ture concerns would concentrate 1 seriels like ''In the Day of Buff Bill," the screen would be the gr? est educational medium in the wc j Edward Laemmle directed ! serial while Robert Dillon wrote ' j story and continuity from Amerii 3 , history. ^ j Art Af ord is the star of the ch 51 tered drama and is ably suppor 1 j by Dorothy Wood, George Willia 1 t -L i juuci ua.il uuacpii nai*ixzi/uxv^ . . Burt Prank, Pat Harmon, Burton ' Law, Otto Nelson, Jim Corey, CI '. Lightheart," ^Villiam Moran and c ", ers. The story is told in eighteen ci 5 ters. '! It is the type picture that will ' peal to every member of the fam ; Mother will enjoy the love the ' | father will glory in living over ag ' the stirring days he used to read 1 bout in thei "yellow-backs" child will find thrill after thrill to eni ' tain them, with a receiving a lib< '' education in the history of tl country during the hectic days t 1 marked the era1 of Buffalo Bill. 1 ; ag <r J. A. Verchot of the Abbev ' Theather is to be congratulated I presenting this picture. ' LEFT BABY ON STEPS OF PROMINENT FARM i Anderson, Oct. 24.?Tucked curely in a drummer's sample cj a two months old baby girl, poss< ing a glorious pair of eyes and shock of raven hair which causes mother's heart to suifce with an L fable joy and contentment, 1 night at the village curfew tolled midnight hour, adorned the fr ' porch of Mr. J. E. Martin, pr< inent farmer, residing at High P< some six miles below Belton. 1 hurried swish of a woman's dress . rhythmic purring of a motor and i proverbial stork, which had assur , the form of a woman wearing a n bcr two gize shoe, disappeared in , direction of Belton, up the suburl highway, deserted at such an h , of the night. T TS f A infonf | J-ll auutviv/ii bV/ MtV ****?* ? W) , drummer's case contained m; . pretty baby clothes and a gallon , tie of milk, obviously a suggest as to the tastes of the youngsi . Mr. and Mrs. Martin were roused I the noise of the automobile i r rushed to the front door intime see the car disappear in the da [ ness. Mrs. Martin is not in the| le i perturbed by the unexpected ; it of the youngster, neither is she j a loss to an action on the contr i she appeal's greatly deJighted i contends that from now on it 1 be aft her very own , Mr Martin i prominent farmeir of Ander: ; county and was formely chief of lice of Belton. A TYPEWRITING MACHINE i WAS PAID A SALA Chicago, Oct. 21.?Charged w i petty graft, Dr. Arthur E. Gj i mage has been suspended as sup tendent of the Municipal Cont ious Diseases hospital. It was J Ti. nouncca touay. it was jieie mai, vestigation alleged to have discloi ; an L. C. Smith typewriting mach was paid a salary In the name Elsie Smith, Further inquiry sh< ' ed, it was said that money obtair from theasle of "barrels were cr ited to "Sir. Stave," while the < : of a hospital cook was carried the books as "Mr. Eatum." I COMING te 1 >ns = ^BIG -.ot; j^kis Li o 1J| nEI lw. lM A FEW O i \LZJf IOQFAMC . or uiq' A PORTRAYEl lay! ?" WONDERF iU" /nl3k\\ T,NUED Fl (( loL^1 The mightiest ?f JJ most colossal c; Q^StStZ-sto ever*screen th" " or I Wtjffi1 the STARRING ^ ARTAf ap_ EOw'ui ted \JKs^M .An' Amaxingf ; ms, iJRWWL Action, r Lee supei^thrflls^ r; ? DON'T M tMoouceD fUf. N I hap TA E* A TUCDC AWH M ap. 1 V I'ft i utiivu ntii/ iTi ily. ' . . _ ' mes Come out and brins l^1 see the greatest educa Ten produced? "In The E ker- You're cheating yours jral ' hat 15 Cents Admis: fan , a ille on 1 - . ? I FLOUR! FLOt ER I ? I TTR BFiFf ise, Every Sack Guaranl !SSa I Prices from J 8 & 4 : MILLER i out ^^tpiiptfeA?^[j3fiahJfr]n3n3ipgropwfi^'^fptfiiip|p[p|pjp ww- ..... ? ?? ? . ^ ?y ? >v -N >? . ?* ? lilt MMHriMBIHBnHBHiHBMMi :: Your( um the . .To get this famous $39J t>an 0nr Cole's Hot Blast Fi Saving Heater at yo tne \ my own price. bot / Z Heater will b by t Auctioned ofi .rkast to the highest bidder Tuesdf vls~ Nov. 7. 1922. All bids must' in br one week from Saturdu ary ind Hid box to be opened Hint ev ,viii ning and the person enterii s a highest bid gets the heater, son po. 8 Cole's Hot Blast Heaters. Ra i approximately twenty pound: !coal. Air posts nothing?ci more air in a Cole's Hot Bla one-half on your fuel bill, burn hard coal, soft coal, cc rith wood, corn cobs, corn stalk im-| ^r. Every child wearing one of ag. Tags will be admitted to the an- formance next week in? FRl of )W - I W. GALVi son <m &7 WASHINGTON ST. t * * | % / '' i . -S ue. Oct. 31st sh cm re ni )US MEN Wvppj ) IN THIS tiNMi UL CON- /' iATURE . /Vg?\ .COTtliesfad(( jg?pFl ; T?a jK ) nolo' ISI DORD I EMMLE j vhirivind of 'W-^nr ! jid: suspense s; IISS ITifjf 1 I OTHERS:, ? your Children to I itional Picture ever \ > )ays of | self if you misfit / sion 30 Cents, y ' k ! " ????????????Hpima ^QcncnQfjfnfnrnfjnnnmnnnnm'n-wi-BJTi?-M^ ;RH FLOUR!t I )RE BUYING. I teed to Please "You. fj fC per Barrel up. |j fc EVANS I !IcEMSIEEISISISSSJ5^98^EBEBnBV ^ a i * ' r * j Chance / itges and Furnaces burn s of air (o every pound of ial is expensive. Hum st and save one-third to Cole's Hot Blast Heaters >ke, lignite, briquettes, s?-ANYTHING. our Fuel Saving Week Opera House to any perF P LJ JU :rt i& sons | - ABBEVILLE* 8- ft. ' ,,.*4 > i ? A 'i ?t I K-'W-X * ?