Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Abbeville, South CarolinaBaptist meetings for i the summer t i v 1 i next monday june 28th, will Mark the beginning of three import i Tant Baptist gatherings in Green 1 Ville South Carolina. A t the first annual Baptist state pc sunday school convention will be 1 held there june 28-july 1. Hundred of sunday school superintendents f teachers and pupils from All Over the state will attend. On july 2, 3, and 4, and convention of the Baptist Young Peoples Union of South Carolina will meet. A Large j of it Viprino of Vouge people is expected to come to Greenville for this meeting. There will be Demon. Rations of practical b. Y. P. U. Methods and inspirational lectures v by gifted men Many social features will also be enjoyed. The dates for the South Carolina Baptist summer Assembly Are july 5th to Eltoh inclusive. This is the sixth season. Chautauqua lectures a Bible Institute for pastors the woke mans missionary Union summer j conference and a training school Vifor sunday school teachers Are j s me of the interesting things in store As Well As Many delightful recreational activities. Fall the meetings will be held in the building of Greenville woman s j. College and the first Baptist j the great Teli / m when a thing happen " 4"vla i Mier Mai Unhul uni will be the same these i were it not for this Liti and very Little Progress we All learn by expert when a stranger com i receives prompt couri1 rally concludes that j his account Here the so vice would continue to i de he is never disappoint i National Bank it i Abbeville s stroii%.1 protect 1 i agains1 it is usually the a forseen j11. Rain storm approaches uni son it May bring devastate standing Grain in just a fe5 of Hail. The season of Hail Ivou probably know of son or even part of Vou Seasor Iton by the elements when in an insurance policy will Ujj Section. Vou probably know of sum damage of just one passing Man s profits for his entire we can write your Hail ii Inal sum in a Good sub Stan is Protection is Call us up a drop us a line is Point to see i citizens i suran i w. D. Wilikin i Abbeville Soi Church. The Assembly and Convenio delegates will be very comfortably housed in the dormitories of Greenville woman s College and Urman University. Rev. Thos. J. Ivatts of Columbia the general Secretary is daily receiving apply action for room reservations and Las reason to expect an attendance f More than one thousand at the Assembly ii the two. Conventions. A letter from Germany t e manufacturers record is in receipt of a letter from a Berlin business House calling attention to the fact that a member of the firm has just left Berlin on a visit to the United states and that he will bring with him a select and expensive set of samples of a great variety of articles and that Only such articles have been chosen As can be delivered among the articles named Are dolls wooden toys Christmas tree decorations mechanical toys Kinos scissors pocket and carving knives razors manicure sets Etc. This firm writes us that it represents first class German and Vienna concerns and that the member of this firm who is on the Way to this country will also have samples of fancy articles made of Ivory Metal and leather optical goods Etc., and l Mil a Lav ice Crici 5 once we logically same conditions it j icon time it happens the would be Learned i s would be made. I hence. I is into this Bank and i of cetus service he Nat 1 i should he establish i same High class ser i hat was first Accord Ted. I of Abbeville. In rank Illg Vok. Busma Mamma yourself loss i that happens when a i ing the growing season and ruin to your. B w minutes in the form storms is Here. � in instances where the i s work from de Trucia few dollars invested give you financial Proe instances where the storm has wiped out a year of farming. Murance for a Numidia company the Cost i great. Ujj j and we will make it a be & Trust co. � Ison manager. Eth Carolina i i f # 1 that All of these things would be exhibited to our american friends in new York at a place to be fixed immediately upon arrival and More of the same kind. German by men who butchered belgian and French babies German Christmas tree men who violated every Precept taught by the one whose birth of Christmas celebrates German cutlery pocket and by German butchers who with Bayonet and sword committed unto death the helpless old men and women and children of Belgium and France German Mafle optical goods. J a. Win i of Klinl no Laue by us Wuolo nov v All that is True and Good and civilized but whose eyes were open to every atrocity that the vilest criminal son Earth could commit of yes let these German toys come into America but May the fathers and mothers who buy them hear ringing forever in their souls the dying cry of murdered babies murdered by Germany let those Christmas tree decorations come but May those who buy them realize that they Are contributing to the Prosperity of a nation which sought definitely to destroy christianity and everything which Christmas typifies and yet there Are people in americ who have so Little Rem Emir it Prip i 3iicc i uii 9/vunmwv a a of Germany for which no word of repentance has yet been uttered that they would clasp hands with the blood dripping hands of the German toy makers and the German Christmas tree decorators and forget the dying Wail of the murdered babies and the cry of horror of dishonoured womanhood and he fact that out of this development of Trade Germany Hopes to get ready to make another War upon civilization. Desert of Sahara once was thickly populated viewed in the Light of history it i May be that the late Jacques Lebauda Stream to convert the desert of Sahara into a habitable kingdom was not the crazy Den after All that 11j la a flip in her it was Ulii Cucu to us us Vul my Bra minded world which regarded the eccentric Frenchman As a madman for assuming the title of King of Sahara. Charles de la to Indiere librarian j of the National Library of France has discovered documents which prove that the Sahara was at one time a thickly populated highly prosperous Region. Hitherto says m. De la Ron-1 Cire Africa has figured not at All in medieval history. It still was a j dark continent when Stanley and j Livingstone penetrated it less than j a Century ago. Yet it would seem j that the jews of the fitter the can j Tury had trading posts in North West Africa and carried on a vast conv j Merce with the natives from the i Sahara to the Atlantic and from i Algeria to the niger. Antoniia Malfante a genoese j citizen traversed this Region and wrote his descriptive letters in 1847, from Timbuktu and count. Timbuktu was the Chicago of the West african Plains and tour the Center of the Camel caravan tray a fic that exchanged the wheat and j Barley of Egypt for the powdered Gold of Timbuktu and the precious j Salt from Teg Hazza. All the places visited by Malj Fante were so Well known to the jews of his time that they were listed in a catalan Atlas prepared three quarters of a Century earlier Rcharles a according to m. Poincare. But shortly after Mai Fante s visit the jews were driven out of Spain and since the jews were the Only ones in Europe who knew of the Nigeria country and apparently permitted. No Christian 1 to enter there except Malfante thei jewish knowledge was lost to Europe. Not until doctor / Gerhard Rohls began his explorations in Al a Geria and Morocco in 1860 did the rest of the world gain from a con a tact with the extensive regions of Malfante s Philadelphia Public Ledger. That s different town people Don t want the Farmers to desert the farms for town unless they come to their town the Toledo Blade. J j Good values 190 acres 2 Miles Fri dwelling with larg piazzas. Two goo barns and other oui with plenty of wat Tion in one Field i Tion in place. 46 3-4 acres one i room cottage in Cir wc11 Stilu is 1j1 guru Ideal Little from 123 acres about thre. All fresh land 3 he 2 Good five room h \ i ten room dwelling j 2 Bath rooms with dwelling recently Gles. Will make i i i i v Abbeville ins j. S. Stark president. 4 \ tul. In pc i v. Y. I thornh1l1 so Ivi e Tho comment on the ease with which the Wagon can be backed this is due / to the full Circle Iron. The Ordinary Circle is but a \ Vilf Mart f t i in Marinor a Sham turn bolsters often run to the end of the track and become Thor Hills cannot do this because their track is a Circle o others comment on the fact that in spite of tremendous overloads Thornhill axles never break. The reason for this is Plain. They use Tough Highland by a steel truss bar that extends the full length of the Axle. Still others comment that the gears never get out of line. This unusual feature is due to one of their workmen s inventions. He designed a malleable front hound to the gears at eight Points. It s literally a jacket of. Iron that holds gears in line and insures Light running for life. From Hilly sections come reports that the old trouble of broken King bolts is unknown among owners of Thornhill wagons. This because of a cup and Saucer arrangement on the bolster the Stark vet in real estate j m Antreville. Six room m " l e Hall and front and Back r pm d tenant houses Large buildings. Large pasture or 100 acres in cultivate horse farm in ii $85.00 per acre. To hmm a Kovilan Fhi Tiu l xxx Villi Alvs Vejl of condition. Land lies. State of cultivation. An $150.00 per acre. E Miles from it. Carmel use Fareti in cultivation uses and barns. Y \fy$4u.uu Fer acre. Ust off North main Street a. All modern conveniences covered with Metal Shinne Eright for Quick Sale. Trust co. W. L. Peebles 8manager.l wagons that relieves the King Bojt of Strain. To others the amazing feature is the Long life or Ujj Thornhill to their location which gives them the pick of the yearly cutting of Wood and due in part to the fact that they paint with pure Lead and linseed Oil despite its High cos thousand of owners have found in Thor Hills to unusual strength where they Are accustomed to j weakness. Let us show you this perfected Wagon. 604-n h1cle company r "