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Edgefield, S. C.
Another floodgate of delightful
enjoyment has been opened upon
onr peaceful metropolis, towards
which for many weeks bright an
ticipations have cast a ruddy glow
If the Sotrth Carolina Co-Educa
tional Institute bad done nothing
more than to afford to the people
of Edgefield this commencement
season of healthful a..d up-lifting
pleasure, we would indeed be
due a debt of gratitude, but it is
not all. This wonderful Institu-,
tion, haB been for two years, a
blessing in our midst, and it has
now become a perpetual bene
diction, all our own. "Verily our
lots have fallen to us in pleasant
places,. yea, ours is a goodly her
The'Kindergarten and Primary
Departments gave to the public
the opening exercises of com
mencement on last Friday even
'The children who compose the
Kindergarten school are as fol
lows: Sadie Mims, Annie Canie
% lon, Clifford King, Julia Folk,
John Barrie, ^Miriam Norris, Jus
tine Cantelou, Morrall Rice, Ethel
Lanham, Nell Jones, Natalie Pad
gett, and Thelma Bailey. The
curtain opened upon a tableau of
perfect beauty, tho beauty of
young childhood, fresh and sweet,
joyous and happy.
The old' adage that children
should be seen and not heard, is
like a great many old sayings of
the days that are gone, not always
applicable, for the little girls and
boys of the Kindergarten being
both seen and heard, bestowed an
indescribable treat upon, the
* ^grewn up children" in the au
* dience. Who has beheld a more
beautiful picture or heard more de
lightful sounds? The voices of the
sweetest birds, tho song of the
nightingale, the mocking bird's
. thrilling notes, tie golden canary
with his cheerful strains have
never so entranced their listeners
as did the innocent and merry
voices of these babes of promise.
The little doll drill, the marches
and motion songs exhibited thor
ough training in some things which
are not learned exclusively if at all
from books ; the training of mern
ory, that wonderful faculty most
keen and vigorous in childhood,
the habit of concentration, and
perfect system, thefje important
requisites to mental development,
so constantly and fatally neglect
ed in the past, The child at six
yoars who has not attended the
Kindergarten has lost two or three
year3 of golden opportunities
which can never be restored.
The Kindergaiten, in the edu
outional line, is the greatest idea
which has taken foot-hold in this
advanced age, the prop r educa^
tion of the physical, social, intel
lectual and moral attributes of the
coming generation. The correct
training of the giant oak in its in
fancy or the proper attention to a
young vine in its incipient growth
is more important than all the
trimming, cutting, aud pruning of
all successive years.
The exercises of this department
were opened with an instrumental
trio by Misses Ellen Dunovant,
Ethel Mays, and Lillie May Bailey,
a declamation and elocution con
test succeeded in which little An- j
drew Covar,son of Mr Abner Covar,
of our town, and Hattie Lou Brun
son were awarded medals. A piano
duett by Edwardina Blalock and
Ellen Dunovant was a conspicuous
and pleasing variation.
The "Mother Goose" play was in |
its performance a marvel of child
like skill. All of the characters I
in "Mother Goose" rhyme?, so fa
miliar to the little ones, were per-1
sonified in a surprising and unex
pected form, and all the great he
roes of child fiction were also made |
a part of "Mother Goose's" nu
merous family. RoHnson Crusoe, |
in the person of Wad Allen, car
ried one back to that weird yet
fascinating tale which thousands
of children have pored over with
excited rapture, Blue Beard and
Santa Claus, Little Boy Blue and
Cinderella all met in one hour of
The children of the Primary De
partment, needed no assistance in
any mode of entertainment. They
furnished their own music at this
part of the program in an instru
mental solo by Mis.8 Mary Lillie
Fisher. A recitation followed by
Raven Simkins, "The Queen of the
May." This little girl possesses a
wonderful memory, reciting this
long and trying selection with per
fect readiness. A selection from
the band closed the evening's en
Saturday morning al 10 o'clock
the exercises of the preparatory
school were continued. A decla
mation contest opened the pro
gram with the following little
boys: Bean Walker, John Shep
pard, Arnoldus Lewis, Alfred
Covar, Dozier Lynch and Wad
Allen. The medal was awarded to
Arnoldus Lewis, who was honora
bly mentioned also as standing
foremost in the class room pre
sided over by Miss Em Williams,
tor attendance and scholarship.
In the elocution contest the medals
were won by Misses Madge Mays
and Lillis May Bailey, both of
whom exhibited much taste in
this delightful accomplishment.
A contest for another medal was
entered into by Patilla Blalock,
Buist Anderson, Ollie Ouzts, -
Dunbar, Artemus Branson, and
John Rainsford. The last named
won the victory after a hard fought
battle, but his wonderful confi
dence, pleasant bearing, and ex
traordinary oratory gained fer him
the prolonged applause which
marked him as victor. He prom
ises to be a "master piece" in Edge
field's future history. A medal for
most punctual and regular attend
ance and for best scholarship were
awarded Mr. Buist Anderson and
Miss Maxcie Sheppard respect
DR. BROWN ON SUNDAY.
Dr. C. C. Brown pastor of the
church at Sumter S. C., Is known
among the Baptist brotherhood
as their most versatile gonius. As
a humorist he is unsurpassed,
distiguished for a readiness of wit,
which his sober and earnest bearing
would never indicate. The Con
mence ment sermon of the South
Carolina Co-educational Lustitute
was .preached by this gentleman.
His ideas were unusual and unex
pected because so foreign to what
a general audience anticipate in
listening to what is supposed to
be addressed especially to young
people. The theme was the im
prisonment and death of John
the Baptist. His vivid immagina
tion conjured up and pictured the
intense sufferings of this bold rug
ged and honest prophet than whom
"a greater has never arisen among
men," stirring many hearts to their
depths, yet comforting those who,
likewise suffer for Chriet's, sake
with the idea that He often places
His most cherished followers in
the forefront of the battle, as His
most valiant soldiers.
A beautiful chorus opened the
morning service in which Miss
Eliza Mims saDg the solo. 1
Edgefield can be justly grateful
that her people hold within their
borders the material for all oo
ca?ions. In this instance* Miss
Mims exhibited a strength and .
sweetness as vocalist which she
has never surpassed. Miss Sallie
Bailey and Mr. Gordon Quattle
baum followed the sermon with a
vocal duett, a soothing balm :
restoring hopeful cheer to all
aching and troubled hearts. The
scripture lrsson of the morning
was read by Rev Mr. Davis of the
Methodist church, and the
prayer offered by Rev Mr. Ander
son of the Episcopal church..
The sermon of Sunday evening
delivered by Rev. Mr. Owens, of
there are thousands of wo
men who nearly suffer death
from irregular menses. Some
times the " period " comes too
often - sometimes not often
enough-sometimes the flow is
too scant, and again it is too
profuse. Each symptom shows
that Nature needs help,, and
that there is trouble in the or
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when in any of the above con
ditions. Don't take any and
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cure female troubles.
. is the one safe and sure
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nervousness ; pains in the head,
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hips and limbs. By regulating
the menses so that they occur
every twenty-eighth day, all
those aches disappear together.
Just before your time comes,
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THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO,
the Methodist church of John
was eloquent, and the servie
the evening coustituted a del
The brass bani of the S
Carolina Co-Educatioual Insti
though so young in years, has
become so advanced in m?sica
perience aud skill, that it it
absolutely necessary accomr.
ment to all the exercises of
commencement season. The B
day morning's entertainmunt
opened with the delightful p:
lege of listening to the heart
ring music of the band, which
followed by a piano duet by
F. N. K. Bailey and Miss 2
The elocution class at this t
contested for the L. R. Gwall
medal and was composed of
following young ladies : Miss
lian Smith, "The Prayer of
South;" Miss Julia Ander
"Bennie's Reprieve;" Miss HA
Holstoo, "Poor House Nan ;" 3
Mattie Entzminger, "Tom's Li
Star;" Miss Carrie Morgan, "H
kiah Bedot;" Miss McCracl
"Bill, the Engineer;" Miss M
Busby,' "Brought Back;" 5:
Ruby Penn, "
The recitation, "Bennie's
prieve," by Miss Julia Ander
was a difficult one, but was gi'
with exceeding grr.ee and ease
manner, indicating unusual tal
carefully cultivated. Miss M;
Holston also manifested marl
gift for ?.-locution in reciting "P
House Nan," a very pathetic a
tedious selectiou. But this if
dull old world, of ours, and I
saying that ' /
"Laugh end the world laughs with y
Weep and you weep alone,"
is very often true, true at least tl
once, for Miss Carrie Morgan
the humorous dialect selecti
"Hezekiah Bedot" gained gn
applause from the audience, a
by the decision of the judges w
the medal, delivered by Rev. B
Owens, of Johnston.
The program was interspere
with music. A chorus lively ai
iuspiring, anda dvettby Misf
Mamie and Ivey Saniere A voe
treat was a gift to th J audience,
sang by Misses Eloise Andersi
and Minnie Rambe.
The you Lg men of the Soph
more class next competed for \.
J. C. Sheppard medal. Mr. B. '.
Thames with his accustomed ze
and enthusiasm delivered tl
"Addreps to the Romane." M
W. D. Roberts in his speech c
"Our Future and Our Respon?
bility" displayed a promise i
early development as au oral o
Mr. . L. D. White in deliverii
"Lee's Surrender" impressed h
hearers with his gift for publ
speaking. Robert Eutzminger fo
lowed and almost convinced tl
audience that he would receive tr.
medal, but not so. The judges sa
fit to present this reward of hone
to Mr. W. D. Roberte, which wt
delivered by Dr. C. C. Browi
whose presentation address to th
young men was full of wit an
The opening performance c
Monday evening was a bright an
sparkling piano fextette by Misse
Sudie Davi6, Eva Calvin, Doni
Black, Sophie Huggins, Stella At
kinson, and Sue Williams.
One of the most charming addi
tionB to the commencement is th
chorus class. It is impossible ti
find words to describe beautifu
music. Its swelling notes mus
reach each individual hear
through its own medium. Thi
chorus "Woodland Nymphs" s<
exquisitely sang o: Monday even
ing was a tribute to Miss Bailey')
unsurpassed capacity as a teachei
A declamation by Mr. AsbiL
was another enjoyable feature ol
the evening's pleasant entertain
ment. This declamation was s
hietory of South Carolina during
all the great crises of American
history, from the Revolution?r
war to the late wnr with Spain,
and the subject was well handled
and spoken with a decided touch
The debate between the Gwalt
uey and Pierian Literary Societiee
took place at this time with a
young lady from the Fidelian So
ciety on both sides of the debate.
The first speaker was Mr. Wade
Entzminger on the affirmative, the
query being: "Resolved, That the
future prospects of the South are
greater, than those of the West."
Mr. Entzminger is a good speaker
and in the beginning won the good
feeling of the audience by his
flashes of wit. ;lhe negative was
next represented by Mr. Willie
Byrd, who is considered one of the
best speakers of the Pierian So
ciety. The succeeding speakers
were Miss Lillian Smith and Mr.
M. G. Smith, on the affirmative,
and Miss Sue Williams and Mr.
Hardy on the negative. The speech
of Mr. Hardy was one of the most
thoughtful and. practical of the
evening, full of beantiful ideas well
expressed. His gestures and bear
ing were full of ease and grace, and
he is an ornament to the society to
which he belongs. The medal
was won by Miss Lillian Smith, as
having best represented the sub
ject, and the honors were carried
off by the members of the Gwult
ney Literary Society. The medal
was presented by Rev. R. A.
Marsh, of Ridge Spring.
On Friday evening last it was a
great disappointment to many
friends of Edgefield that two piano
solos were necessarily orr it It'd
from the program, The ami ie e
was delighted to have the oppor
tunity to listrn during Monday
evening's entertainment to little
Misses Ellen Dunovaut and Ed
wardina Blaloek. Edward i na i.:>
only nine years ?ld, but has in
herited and developed a wonder
lui talent for the sublime science
of music. It is said that the or
dinal y mortal does not see any
thing especie.lly wonderful in the
great inventions, electrical an 1
otherwise, of the famous Mr. Edi
sou or other inventors; it is those
alone who have become somewhat
skilled in this remarkable science
who exclaim in astonishment and
awe at the attainment* of the cele
brated genius. It is so in music.
The person who has never made a
study bf music thinks petcLauce
that he or she in ft short time
could surpass the jumble o' sounds
which to.them is mere confusion.
But not so, for behind all this com
bination of melodious tones stand
work, courago and heart.
It is no easy task to become a
performer as little Edwardina has
become in so short a time. Ellen
Duuovant displayed the same
manifestations of work and
perseverance and as the years roll
by with the development of those
tender sentiments of| heart and
soul which the study of music
also cultivates, will become a
reward to herself in the acquired
delights which the knowledge of
music will bring to her. A much
encored selection was a soul stir
ring vocal duett by Misses Leila
Hamilton aud Lucretia Branson.
The final feature of the even ing's
program was a unique one. A
vocal solo by Miss Eloiso Anderson,
with 'the accompaniment of the
band. Miss Anderson possesea
a contralto voice of wonderful
sweatness, inimitable in its melo
diousness and lichnesB of tone. The
hand made adelightfull accompa
niment, which perhaps could have
suited no other voice so well.
(Concluded next week.)
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Notice of Application for
Charter for Ferry.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will apply to the
County Board of Commissioners
r>f Edgefield County, at their regu
lar monthly meeting in July, 1900,
for a charter for a ferry across Sa
vannah river where the Luke's
Ferry road comes down ou both
3ides of said river, between the
County of Columbia in the State
of Georgia, and the County of
Edgefield in the State of South
Carolina, said Fen y to be known
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But up to the present time the
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
In the Probate Court.
By J. D. Allen. Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Mr. J. E. Johnson
has made suit to me to grant him
Letters of Administration, of the
estate and effects of Miss Julia
A. Johnson, dec'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the 6aid
Miss Julia A. Johnson, dec'd. that
they be and appear before me in
the Con*-* of Probate to be held at.
Edgerielu C. H.. 3. C., on the 20th
day ot June next, after publi
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forenoon, to show cause, if any
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Given under my hand the 4th
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June Gih, 1900.
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10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. Your Initials Engraved Free.
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75o to $8.00 ENGRAVED FE EE.
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PRONTA?T'S JEWELRY STORE,
1STA, GA. J?
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(TcethhlS Powders) JJLTEETHIIVA Relieves the Bo-* a
-? Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, T**ft? ut"0''
Or mall 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.f ST. LOUIS. MO?
Wo ship on approval, in plain boxas, with
no marlo to indicate contents. When you
receive it and test it, if it is not sat'sfactory
return Jt at our expanse and wo wM roturn
Union Saving? Bank. Duon iud Br??str?t. cr any
butines? boute io Augusta. C.
? A P. PADGETT.
1501 Broad Street . AUG
AT HALF PRICE.
If you want us to make to
your ?EASIBB and ORDER
?X?STIC GOODS for the REMEP
AM? CL'BK OK TAK1COSK VEINS,
WEAK, SWOLLEN Oil CLCEK
Z ATKD L1HBS, OORPlTiKNCY,
Z ABOOSISAL WEAKNESS OB
1 TOJIOR, state your height,
weight and age, state number
ot Inches around body or
limb at each letter shown Jn
cut and neild to us with our
SPECIAL PRICK. W'owlllmako
tho (roods to order from tho
T?ry lineal fre?h rubber ela.llo
Uerlnl, guarantee a perfr?t Ht and
ir vnu do not find lt perfectly
satisfactory nnd eqnal to (roods
others (set doublo the price for,
return at our expense and we will
refund your money.
OUR SPECIAL PRICE SSJg
elnrtlt. llilwh ?locking, A to E. 1B7.50I
thigh Inking, G lo 1, 8C0O| thigh
piece, Gin 1, ?2.BO( knee atoekln*,
A tn(?. ??.OOt knee legging, ?
?4.O0; knee C.p, K to ti, fi.OO;
'it.rt.T etocklni, A to E, SJ.OOt R?nee
legging, C to K, ?S.OOt anklet, A to C.
B? nf?; abdominal hell. I to M, $10.08. COTTON ELASTIC
BOOBS, ONE-THIRD LESS. SpecialCo?eredKlaatie Abdominal
Siiimorter. nimio of soft H?le thread, Interwoven with
protected rubber thread. 8 Lehe? ?We, ?2.00i IO loches,
?a.'23t 12 loche?, ?2.50. Y.'rite for Surgery Catalogue.
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., (Inc.), CHICAGO, ill.
SEND 50 ?,ENTS
TO rs WITH
fend you this Violin Outfit
by eNpress CO.D. subject
ti) oxii mi nation. This violin
ls a Geonioe sirud.'.arlua. Xodel, made of old wood, curly
tnnplo backand sids?,top of seasoned pine, specially
Mected for violins, edge? Inlaid with portlor, be? quain,
rhony nnlihed trimmings. THIS ISA REGULAR SO.OO
VIOLIH, beautifully nrdshoJ.TighTy' pollsYe^wttnTpW
did tune quality. Complete with a genuine Braill wood Tout?
oinJel bow, I extra mt Of niringa, a neat, well nad. rlollo
erne, large piece of roting mod on. of the beat com moo MM
Instruction book, paull thed. TOD CAN EXAMINE IT at your
e.\ press oflU-e, n.nd If found exactly aa represented and
l!ie great rat bargain yon tt.r .aw or heard of, pay the ex
press ngentS3.75 lcssthe50eontdepoiIt,or??.Seajid
t*\preo charge., ondtheoollltUyoors.
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER. !???;.**-??
companied bj cask la
Tull we "III gl>e one tellered fingerboard chart, which can be
?djIIStM to any violin without changing the Instm.
mi nt and wfl] prove a valuable guide to beginners, and
WK ?rill also allow tho Instrument to be returned af teri
days'trial if not found entirely satisfactory In every
respect. Safl.raellon maraateed or money re randed la fnlf.
Address. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc)Chicago.
(M. A HS, Ito Lill CK * CO. gre tuoro ugh I y reliable... Ed I tor.)