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WHITE. CHRISTMAS J V
SAYS DUTCH PROPHET J
"-( ( Tluuikigiving Will Be Bright H
cnj Fair?Comments on the
Recent Flurries.
Tie Dutch weather prophet says w
flurries of snow in the coast- hi
8& titain section of the state are like H
showing which way the cl
iSF-iTiCft How. The equatorial winds at $
ilie period of the autumnal equinox i
Ksacsted a colder winter than last
man 2;
'ftidfences are at hand to support
&bs S?*?cast as we approach Thanks- 3;
day," he says. " i ne mixture i
w>i' temperature and the warm
tarmi from the gulf on Sunday
TBtwgfcl in snow from an unusual ^
'ifcnjclion. Seldom does snow from the ^
atcdtarest amount to any depth or
very long. 2
winter solstice will no doubt
'iiit. fee real article and the date 3
1*3 be Around December 22-27. The
mdiations are that it will be an old
&sfcjanmd white Christmas. H
nffcaaksgiving day will be bright ?
-oi pur* and then on will come real
mater weather."?The State. 2
B
_ CjBM&er Win* Sbort Story Prize. _
2
jSarsder College won over all the B
atfcr colleges in South Carolina in
tUm dbort story conteiit held by the 2
.Lufc^j state press association. At
Meeting of the press association B
eaofc week in Columbia, a ahist story
"nfrHfln.?tism" ^by ivliss Margaret 2
Wm&k of Lander College, was ammied
first prize in the state con- B
feat. Miss Wright is the daughter
Br.. and Mrs. T. F. Wright of (2:
(Ivmod.
H nil College has a press club B
has been organized tinder the
Jteetioix of Miss Ruth Milbrandi of 2i
tie English facualty, and is encourapag
tbe writing of short stories, B
mmgs, poltry, and other forrnils of
production as a part of the 2i
course. The Lander Press
<T5*6> sponsors the Erothe6:an, the B
magazine published hy the
7i?iiir -student body?-Index Journ- 2;
ti
Mn. Wannamaker It III S,
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AHadelphia, Nov. 28.?The ron.jfitira.
of John Wannamaker, who is a
"Mfflfined to hig bed with a heavy | ^
TxfA remained unchanged today, a ! q
'rtorffie&n issued by his physicians | p
oc* L Mr. Wanamaker who 13 in his; y
Teas, has been confined to his ^
hiaeae for several weeks. q
: m
E? a demonstration of lifting a E
^ "Kr-hman lifted four pianos weigh- E
!fjp 2,000 pounds. E
E
I WANTS |;
?"081 SAJLE?Several hundred busn-;A
zis seed oats, choice Blue Stem,
Vhoat. The L. W. White Co. 2tc i yc
* wi
.'FOR RENT?Four room hoyse on
tucaey street with lights and wa- sc
or. Apply to H. R. McAllister, ce
Albhevilie. 11, 29-tfc. so
wi
TRESPASS NOTICE?All persons ca
ste forbidden to hunt or trespass ha
m all lands under my control. th
TL R_ Plaxco. 11, 20.3tcol.
5LCT2X?Long dark overcoat, light
weight. Left somewhere in early L<
ipring. Pi-ease notify I. A. Keller,
JLM>cvflIe, S. C. ltpu.
^
flOOTlD-?A pocketbook containing pj
waey. On satisfactory identificatiaai
ewner can get same by calling ge
rt' this ?ffice and paying for this ^
?t*erti^ement. 11,29.
FOR RENT?Three unfurnished
reenecting rooms. Apply to Miss
JmEm. McAllister at Mrs. Cochran's
3tnre. 11, 27,tfc
TWKEM YOU SMOKE CUBANjG
Jfeantya Full Havana and Gloria
Ticars you will enjoy the best 5c ?c
mote, aoia Dy an leading merrtumts.
Distributed by C. M. to
P?Iatty? Greenwood, S. C. ll,293tp ?rr
2A3<ARIES?Imported male guar- vj
crtBed1 singers, $5.00. Cages and
rapplles. Ware Shoals Dept. Store.
Wire Shoals, S. C. 11, 272tcol
ol
"FOR SAJLlE?One 10-piece mahog- n
any d'n'ng room suit for which I 3t
paid $275.00, good as new?will
for $125.00. Mrs. E. M "c
Tnkse^'cs. 11. 27-3tcol n
DINNERS OF PREMIUMS jg|
FOR RALLY DAY I
eld Saturday by Mr?. Gibbon* for
the Club Girls of the County. I
The following is a list of the prize gj
inners in the different contests 9
eld rally day by Mrs. Gibbons,
!ome Demonstration Agent, for her 9
ub girls: |g
EWING? fl
st prize?Mary JNance; $2.50 Sav- m
ings deposit, Planters Bank. fl
nd prize?Mary E. Cochran; $1.50 flf
Savings deposit Planters Bank,
rd prize?Mildred Winn; $1.00 Sav- H
ings deposit Planters Bank. m
4th prize?Bottle Toilet Water? 9
McMurray Drug Company H
ANNING?
st prize?Eunice Fisher; $2.75 an
Cash or deposit, Peoples Bank. K
nd prize?Lucia Vandiver; $1.25 Bp
Cash or Deposit. ^
rd prize?Sable Bowen; $1.00 Cash Eg
or Deposit. |||
^DIVIDUAL EXHIBITS? B
est Gown, 1st prize $1.00?Mary H
Frances Beaty.
nd prize?50 cents?Mary Nance. Sg
est Slip, 1st prize , $1.00?Mary IS
Nance. Kg
nd prize, 50 cents?Annie Voylea. Ha
est Tea Napkins, 1st prize, $1.00? E
Annie Ruth Voyles. gs
nd prize, 50 cents?Mary Eugenia H
Cochran. ra
est Teddies, 1st prize, $1.00?Mary H
Nance.
nd prize, 50 cents?Mary Eugenia H
Cochran. raj
est Scarf, 1st prize, $1.00?Addie In
Will KB
? _
nd prize, 5 cup towels?Mildred *
Winn.
est Bag, 1st prize, $1.00?Addie
Hill.
nd prize, 50 cents?Mary Eugenia
Cochran.
est Darned Hose, 1st prize, $1.00?
Mattie Lee Parnel.
nd prize, 50 cents?Carrie Lee
Burton.
est Apron, 1st prize, $1.00?Mattie
Lee Parnel. j
nd prize, 50 cents?Daisy McMahan
The following girls received cerficates
Saturday:
EWING? Score,
"ary Eugenia Cochran __ 90 per ct.
!ary Nance 93 per ct.
nnie Ruth Voyles 95 per ct.
ertha Campbell 88 per ct.
arrie Lee Burton 91 per ct.
aisy McMahan 95 per ct. &gj
era McMahan 80 per ct. Kg
achel Crawford 80 per ct. H
OOKING? g
argaret McNeill 75 per ct. B|jj
lizabeth McNeill 78 per ct. I
dna Wilson ? ? 84 . per ct.
unice Fisher 95 perct. fa
unice Bowen __77 per ct. H
ARDENING? |?
ible Bowen 78 per ct. jjfl
unice Fisher 85 per ct.
lis McCarter __87 per ct. H
nnie Perry 78 per ct. fl
All reports have not been sent in S
it and it is hoped that the girls jfl
ill get their reports in right away.
There are several that have been fl
ored but have not received their H
rtificates yet but will receive them 9
on. I am in hopes that every girl B
ill send in a story with their record .
rds. Please send them in if you IS
tve nothing but your name on |&
em. I will need them. as
Mrs. Alma C. Gibbons, gg
Home Demonstration Agent. H
DNG CANE CEMETERY SOCIETY g
The Long Cane cemetery society
ill meet with Mrs. W. D. Wilson
riday afternoon, Dec. 1st, at 4 ^
clock for the purpose of electing a NAR
xton, Mr. Simpson having resignI.
A full attendance is requested.
Mrs. W. D. Wilson, Pres.
Mrs. J. L. Evans, Secretary. ^
1 Oil
NEW GIFT SHOP. be 1
?? Wes
Miss Grace Link ia opening a new Bur
ift Shop in the store room recen- Con
y occupied by the Watkins Med- for
ine Company. This is a new ven- by 1
tre in Abfoeville, but in other but
wns such ^hops Tiave proved a tor
eat success and Miss Link has the lead
)od wishes of the people in Abbe- tion
lie in her undertaking. cess
: dutf
Nearly 3,700,000 gallons of mae
syrup were produced last spring
the 13 important producing N
;ates, the largest Tn four years, and oda
i per cent more than in 1921, ac- the
rding to the United States Depart- Johr
ent of Agriculture. age
f\ 11 /?
Regardless ot I
MRS J,
LA
AT ABBEVILLE, S. C
A
WE ARE GOING TO I
AND NOTIONS AT PI
GREAT SALES.
Ladies C
Everything in this 1
Bargains that will
Begins SatUf
10:;
Daily 2=;
7 <
FREE P
NOTHING RESERVE
Piedmon
IE OF TOLBERT IS SOUTH!
AGAIN GIVEN SENATE
rasbington Nov, 2^?Joseph W. Effort 1
>ert was nominated today to tte
United State marshal of the Nash?
tern District of that State. Through
ing the last session of gQutjier]
gress Tolbert'a nomination i
the post of forward !cal **ap
TTfl-rrlirLOf tn +}w* Spnnte I during t
it flailed of confirmation, Sena- enlist al.
Dia3. Democrat, South Carolina, hitherto
ing the fight against confirma- 000 cam
. Later Tolbert was given a re- R. Si
appointment and assumed his ^e c
es marshal. ^ *s e
that the
ginal ca
$100,000 Radio Fire iV
pass the
ew York, Nov. 28?.Fire early ember 1,
y destroyed the rad'o riads and new me:
chemical laboratory of St. $75,000,
i's College, Brooklyn. The dam- close of
was estimated at $100,000. 1924.
!osL
THE ENTIRE STOCK
4S.S.C0
DIES READY-T*
HAS BEEN TURNED OV
UCT1
SELL OUT THE ENTIRE S
KICtS 1 HA 1 WILL AS1U
THIS STOCK CONSISTS
'oats, Dresses, Suits
Hosiery and Not
ine is advancing but we need
we worth your while to inves
day Dec. 2
j
30 A M
W A At A V *1
so p. m. Rain <
30 p. m.
rizes given a1
D. C
it Auction Sa
r.AFFNFY S. C.
ERN BAPTISTS WAR DEPAR1
TO RENEW THE DRIVE 250,000 TC
t> Ealut New Member* in Washington,
$75,000,000 Campaign department <ai
250,'" 00 tone o
-ille, Tenn., Nov. 25.? cd at the 0Id
iout the territory of the serve depot,
1 ? it- ? 1 ?. iUa
1 JDaptiat convenuni vue iv-i w
tist churches will go afield *ota *0? tor
he next week in an effort to
I new members who have not JOBBERS PL/
had a share in the $75,000,- OF
ipaign in that movement, Dr
carborough, general director Greenville, 1
ampaign said here today. est has been a
stimated by Dr. Scarborough nouncment that
cash collection for the ori- ed by the Soul
mpaign subscriptions will ent Oil Jobbers
$40,000,000 mark by Dec-ling about 16 <
, and that will come from the 1 state, against t
mber3, the original goal of G. W. Thori
000 will be reached by the former preside
the campaign in December, and a present
here tomorrow
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a
Regardless of Loss, j
: of |
IMS
O-WEAR I
er to us to be sold at i
miu
LV11 I
1T0CK OF READY-TO-WEAR |
NISH YOU DURING THESE
5 OF I
, Skirts, Waists, I
ions. I
i the money and will offer you I <
tigate. lj
Saturday Dec. 9 I
)r Shine, Come I
r EACH SALE
:OME AND BE CONVINCED.
les Comoanv
' II
fMENT WILL SELL UNIVERSITY WILL LOSE
>NS NITRATE SODA SEVEN OF ITS REGULARS
~~ Columbia, Nov. 28.?The UaiverNov.
25.?The war ^ ^ South Ca^ii^ football
mounoed today that aeve? of its reirulars .
if sodium nitrate star- thax>ugjl graduation this year, aeHickory
ordnance re- to statements made hesne toJiacksonville,
Tenn., These men will play in their
on December 15 in game on Thursday when tite
is or more. Gamecocks tackle Centre college at
Danville Ky.
lN TEST Captain Waite, tackle and end; .
TAX ON GASOLINE Chappell, tackle, Llghtsey, guard;
McMillan and Lightaey, guards;
fov. 25.?Much inter- Sisemore, halfback; Fulton, quarroused
by the an- teriback and Coicer end.
; a fight has been open
:h Carolina Independ- More than 30,000 World War
association, embrac-1 Veterans have been in hospitals oi
:ompanies over the1 the government during the past year
he state gasoline tax.! undergoing treatment.
lhill of Charleston,!
nt of the association further discussed for the fight to
director, is expected have the supreme court declare the
when plans w ll be tax unconstitutional.
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