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Miss Mary Anderson has gone bo
Woodruff for tho Holiday sesson.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wright of Santuc
were in the city today shopping.
Mrs. H. B. Cannon spent Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Botts near
Hodges.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hagen of Due
West were in town Tuesday on business.
J. Moreley Huckabee of Lowndesville,
County Game Warden, was in
Abbeville Tuesday.
Bill Hughes and Sanford Howie
will attend the football game tomorrow
at Fort Mill.
Ward Jamieson expects to spend
tomorrow in Honea Path with his
home people.
Robert H. Greene is in Anderson
this week serving aa a juror in the
United States Court.
Mrs. C. Shrine and Miss Freddie
Schrine of Sharon were in the city
this morning shopping.
Mr. R. C. Smith of Lowndesville
and T. H. Baskin of Iva, were in
Abbeville yesterday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chandler and
children are expected in Abbeville
this afternoon to enjoy the Thanksgiving
turkey at home.
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airs. <1. n., dciiiuu auu vuuuicu,
Mary Louise and "Buck" Benton are
in Birmingham, Ala., for the Thanksgiving
season.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lee will go j
over to Elberton to spend Thanks-!
giving with Mr. and Mrs. Frank j
Smith.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Callie spent
Sunday in Abbeville with Mr. aod
Mrs. Ferguson.?Newberry Observer.
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Miss Irene Bradley left today for
Clinton where she will spend Thanksem ?
with her aunt. Mrs. M. J. i
Furqueron.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Power and
children will spend Thanksgiving
in the country with Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Power.
Miss Willie Elirabeth Hall wiH
leave Thursday for a few days visit
to relatives in Abbeville, S. C.?Elberton
Star.
Miss Tommie Smith spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs Ben
Neal Smith, of Abbeville, S. C.?Elberton
Star.
Mrs. T. M. Marchant and Tom and
Pete Marchant are expected in the
city this afternoon to visit tomorrow
with Mr. and Mrs, P. B. Speed.
Clyde Hagan and Miss McMillan
are going to Bartow, Ga., tomorrow
morning through the country to visit
Miss McMillan's home people.
Mi^ May Robertson and John A.
Cheek and Mex, are going to Greer
to be the guests tomorrow of Mr.
and Mrs. Gus. Baskdn.
Miss Lucile McFerrin is a new
clerk in the ready-to-wear department
at Rosenberg's slore and will
help out through the holiday season.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Galloway and
family asd Miss Howard Hill will go
to Clinton tomorrow to spend the
day with Eugene Galloway who is a
student at the Presbyterian College.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Powrr and
children are leaving through the
country this afternoon for Chester
Where they will spend Thanksgiving
with relatives.
Miss Ali/ce Hornaby ia visiting
Mrs, C. E. Peele in Abbeville.?New
berry Observer.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Speed motored
to Donalds today to meet Mrs.
Marchant and children who are in
! town for Thanksgiving.
Mrs. S. E. Nance of Fort Pickens
left today for Verdery where she ,
will spend Thanksgiving with her
ster, {Mrs. Deviin ?
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Going Home Tkanlctgiving.
All of the teachers in the schools'
here are leaving for home this afternoon
to spend the holiday season
by their own firesides.
Mr. S. O. Botts Sick j
Friends of Mr. S. 0. Botts, who
lives near Long Cane on the Hodges
road, will be sorry to know he is
critically ill. j
Andrew Emerson Breaks Leg, I
Mr. Andrew Emerson from near
Due West broke his leg this morning
and was brought to the Abbeville
Memorial Hospital for treatment. .
WEATHERING STORM.
W. D. Bell of Antreville, John
Wright of Campbell's School and
Jim Ferguson of Antreville were aimong
the interesting people in town
on business yesterday. They report
their different communities weathering
the storm. |
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McCORMICK PHYSICIAN
DIES IN PHILADELPHIA
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McCormick Nov. 28.?The body
of Dr. J. Carl Harmon, who died
Saturday *n Fh'laddph a will be
brought here this afternoon for
buriel. Dr. Harmon was a graduate
of Wofford College and of the Jef-j
f arson Medical College in Philadel
j ph;a. Dur'ng the World War he was:
a Lieutenent in the medical corps
of the army. He practiced in McCormick
for two years, but left
here early this monLh for Bryn '
Mawr, Pa? to take up practic there, i
Death was due to blood po'sonins:
developing from a scratch on his :
face. He is survived by his widow
and his father and mother, Mr. and 1
Mrs. J. B. Harmon, of McCormick
and three brothers.
Carlo* Corbitt Abandon* Appeal
Orangebur, S. C. Nov. 28.? '
Carlos Corbitt who Tn March 1920, p
killed three men at hig home near :
here, and who last May was senten-i:
ced to serve eighteen years in pri-;:
son, apparently baa abandoned hifl|
fight libertay, it became known here)I
today. Announcement was made 1
that Sheriff R. Fulton Duke would '
convey him to the state penitenti
ary on Tuesday to begin serving
sentence.
Removal of Corbitt to the penitentiary
ends a bitter legal fight
extending over two years.
IF YOU ARE WELL BRED.
You realize that one of the greatest
tests of good manners comes at
the table and you teach a child early ,
! the proper uses of his knife, fork
[and spoon, and teach him to sit correctly
at the table.
You do not permit him to make
disparaging remarks about the food
and you teach him to pass lightly
over any unpleasant incidents or accidents.
j Teach him to bring agreeable conversation
and a friendly spirit, as
well as clean hands and a well-groom
ed appearance to the table.
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V tiLiAIJNfj HAMMciKoTfJLN V
Niles Welch, Mahlon Hamilton V
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V "UNDER OATH" V
V Added Pathe News & Comedy V
v> 15c.?Admission?35.c v
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V FRIDAY and SATURDAY V
\ Walter Heirs, Lois Wilson, T V
V Ray Barnes and Lila Lee in V
V IS MATRIMONY A FAILURE? V
V Do see this funny Picture. V
K Added?A Monkey Comedy. V
V 15 Cents?Admission?35cts. V
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Having cultivated the other crops'
for rOTiu? -ninths, don't fail to give
proper cultivation this winter to the'
p.oct ?v?-t, rf a'l ""o-><5, the '
crop of country boys und girts.
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MISS MILFORD ENTERTAINS
Miss Mary Milford is entertaining
this afternoon in honor of Miss Win- T
ona Barksdale whose marriage takes
place in December.
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STUDIO CONCERT HELD
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Piano Pupil* of Mist Howie Give
Fourth Studio Concert.
The following piano pupils of Miss
Ruth Howie appeared in concert b;
Thursday afternoon, at the graded A
9chool building and entertained their
mothers and classmates with an interesting
program. v
Reverie D'Antonne Dupre C(
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Josephine Barnwell
Golden Sunset Hewitt c:
Jennie White j P
Andante Tranquillo Franz
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Nona Tutt I a
Polish Dance Korsakoff ^
Virginia Wilson 'j{
Duet, Comin' Thru the Rye, Presser ^
Elizabeth Hipp and Teacher.
Melody Sabathill g
Ruth Gregory. ^
Pirouette Waltz Ward jj
Lucile Gregory. j
Bells Do Ring Presser q
Emily Morse. j
Little Curly Head March- Holcombe ^
Sarah Smith.
r!n,or' Gnrlitt _
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Frances Wosmanaky. o
Auld Lang Syne Preaser Book c
Bob Howie J v
March __ Gaynor g
Lillian Langley. j a
Opus 124 ? Vogt b
Elizabeth Wilson. iii
MR. WRIGHT HURT. L
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T. W. Wright of the Campbell i
School District had his hand torn s
in his com nrll yesterday, and was d
taken to Dr. Kirkpatrick of Lown- s
desville for treatment. Two fingers n
had to be taken off but otherwise he s
is doing as well as could be expected, h
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MISS LULIE GILES F
DIES IN GREENWOOD
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Miss Lulie Giles, sister of Mrs. W.
Mrs. Kennerly here Monday afterMrs.
KeKnnerlv here Monday afternoon,
after a long illness. She had
been an invalid for about three years
following a stroke of paralysis. The!
funeral service will be conducted
from the home of Mrs. Kennerlv on
South Main Street at 9:30 Wednesday
morning and interment will be
it Granrteville. The service will be
conducted by Rev. J. A. MacLean
and Rev. F. E. Dibble.
Miss Giles was in her 66th year.
Five sisters and one brother survive
Miss Giles: Mrs. J. H. Hard. Mrs. S.
E. Jones, Mrs. E. C. Horton, all of
Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. W. J. R
Kennerly, Greenwood; Mrs. J. H.
Burnett, Leesville, and W. A. Giles
Belton.?Index-Journal.
Misa Giles is a consm 01 Mrs. v*. i
P. Barksdalo of this c'ty and hat L
many other relatives in the coonty.
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One way to take the evil out of
weevil for next y^ar, is to destroy
cotton fitalka and other hibernating
places now. C
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF AP- f
PLICATION FOR DISCHARGE
In Dittrici Court of the United
State* for the Western District 1
of South Carolina. t
In the Matter of Mrs. Allie Schram. e
Abbeville, S. C. - Bankrupt 1'
In Bankruptcy.
To the Creditors of the above named a
Bankrupt: d
Take notice that on Nov. 22, 1922, v
the above named bankrupt filed her b
petition in said Court praying that (
she may be .decreed by the Court to 'b
have a full discharge from all debts 0
provable against her estate, except o
such debts as are excepted by law c
from such discharge, and a hearing s
was thereupon ordered and will be g
had upon said petition on Dec. 26,
1922 before said Court, at Greenville t]
in said District, at 11 o'clock in the y
forenoon, at which time and place b
all known creditors and other per- 1
sbns in interest may appear and e
show cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petition should not 1
be granted. J o
D. C. DURHAM, Clerk, ti
Dated at Greenville, 3. C.,
Nov. 22, 11)22. 4wks. j3
POSSUM SUPPER.
P. A. Roche, W. A. Calvert, J. A.
illiam, and J. L. Perrin were inited
to Godsey's last night to a posam
supper by Mr. W. E. Owen.
MASTER'S SALE
he State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE
Court of Common Pleas.
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,IS. >3. JU> uuuixiuii t
against
lex Cunningham and others,
Defendants
By authority of a Decree of Sale
y the Court of Common Pleas for
bbeville County, in said State, made
1 the above stated case, I will offer
)r sale, at Public Outcry, at Abbeille
C. H., S. C. on salesday in Dejmber
A. D. 1922, within the legal
ours of sale the following desribed
land, to wit: All that tract or
arcel of land situate, lying and belg
in Diamond Hill Township, Abeville
County, in the State aforeaid,
containing Fifty-two (52)
.cres, more or less, and bounded by
ind of J. W. Bradberry, Estate of
ieorge Harrison, Charley Huntei
nd Brownlee land, and being the
ame tract of land conveyed to the
efendant Alex Cunningham by J
[. Ferguson.
Terms of Sale?One-third (1-3)
!ash. Balance on a credit of one
nd two years, the credit portion tc
ear interest at the rate of eight pei
ent (8%) per annum, payable an.ually
and to be evidenced by bone
r note of purchaser, and to be se
ured by a mortgage of the premise;
fhich bond or note and mortgag<
hall provide for ten per cent (10%)
ttorney's fees for collection if ii
ecomes necessary to piace ine sam<
n the hands of an attorney for col
ection with the option however tc
he purchaser to pay all cash, am
hat the purchaser shall pay to th<
faster within one hours time th<
urn of Two Hundred and fify ($250)
ollars of said purchase price o:
a;d land and if he fails to pay s<
duch of said bid, the Master will re
ell said premises at the end of on<
tour on the same terms and condi
ions and at the risk of the forme:
urchaser.
Purchaser to pay for papers anc
tamps.
THOS. P. THOMSON,
Master A. C. S. C.
Have You Tried
BLACK SILK
STOVE POLISH?
Just as fine as the
name.
Makes old stoves
shine like new.
20 Cents a Can.
....THE.:..
McMurray Drug Co
IT ATP OF ?)UTH CAROLllNJ
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
Probate Court.
Station for Letters of Adminiatra
'-tion.
iy J. F. Miller, Esq., Judge of Pro
bate:
Whereas, Robert C. Smith and W
?. Baskin, made suit to me, to grani
hem letters of administration of th<
state and effects of Edward Smith
ate of Abbeville County, deceased
These Are Therefore, to cite arte
dmonish all and singular the kin
!red and creditors of the said Ed
yard Smith, deceased, that thej
e and appear before me, in th<
Jourt of Probate, to be held at Ah
eville Court House, on Tuesday 121
f Dec. 1922, after publication here
f at 11 o'clock in forenoon, to show
ause, if any they have, why th?
aid Administration should not b<
ranted.
Given under my hand and seal oi
fie court this 28th day of Nov. in the
ear of our Lord one thousand nine
nndred and twenty-two and in the
47th year of American Independnce.
Published on the 30th day of Nov.
922 in the Press and Banner and
n the Court House door for the
ime required by law.
J. F. MILLER,
t Judge of Probate.
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LIBERTY
NOTICE OF REDEI
VICTORY
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The Secretary of Ti e;
for redemption
DECEMBER 15, 1922
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Which bear the distin
A. B. C. D. E. an
their serial numbers.
We will be glad to
for you as the int(
stated above, it will be
to attend to this NOW.
THE FARMER!
ABBEVILLE
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