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WEDNESDAY? SEPT. 18,1901.
Misa Mary ADD Fuller will teach
near Longmire's this fall.
Mrs Kate and Mine Linie Mires
visited Joh?eton last Friday.
Miss Virginia Addison visited
friends in Trontou last week.
Mrs Dr Goode Mobley aud chil
dren have leturned to Johnston.
Mr Paul Quattlebaum is visiting
his plantation near Williston this
Mrs McKe and her family are
expected to arrive in Edgefield
Mr George Youngblood, who has
been quite sick recently, is much
Miss Rhett Sheppard leaves on
noxt Wednesday for Converse col
In our next issue will appear an
excellent article, by Mr D A Tomp
kins, on good roads.
Miss Effie Allen is at home from
a trip to Meeting Street, whore she
Miss Lee Morrall is at home
again from a visit to friends in Au?
^ gusta and Beech Island.
Mies Kel i ah Fair has re tu
to Edgefield, after a pleasant
to her old home at Beech Island.
We regret to learn of the serious
illness of Dr Horace Parker. It is
feared that he has typhoid fever.
Mrs Hale Holstein and little
daughter were iu towu last week
on a v ? s i t to Mrs Annie Holstein.
Mr Henry Green and Miss Hat
tie Barling attended services at
tne Baptist church Sunday morn
MTS Horace Dorn and children
will take a pleasant outing this
wetfk in the country visi ting their
Little Joseph, the youngest child
of Dr Manly Timmons, is conva
lescing from quito a g?rions ill
Mrs C CFuller, of Liberty Hill,
and Mrs Julian Hackett, of Au
gusta, visited Mrs J N Robinson,
at Troy, recently. r
saffiTL W Sheppard had a fam
ily re-union of her mother's fami
ly at Liberty Hill, on Sunday, the
Greenwood Journal : Mr Russell
Roddy, from Red Hill, Edgefield
county, was up last "week to see
sarao of his old friends.
Little Miss Aileen Ouzts gave a
delightful birthday party to roany
ofher friends on Monday ^after
jH?fcM^her borne on Jeter street.
nae been an honored student in
the S C C I for several years, will
attend Furman University this
Miss P?lmela Reams, of John
ston, and Mr Charles Bailey, of
Ellenton, made Edgefield the ob
ject of a pleasant drive on Friday
Dr and Mrs Walter Ouzts, of
Elmwood, with their two little
children, Rosalyn and Duane, vis
ited Mrs Ouzts sister. Mrs J T
Solomon's, at Troy, last week.
A Young Men's class has been
organized in the Baptist church,
to be under the direction of Dr.
Geo. T. S barp ton. This is a good
work, and worthy of faithful ser
Miss Eloise Carwile, who has
been the guest of her uncle, Maj or
T W Carwile, for some time, will
leave Edgefipld in a short time to
spend some weeks at Johnston
Miss Elise Carwile is teaching
in the graded school at Biacksburg,
the parrie school in which Miss Sa
rah Carwile bas been engaged for
several yeaxp, and is still one of
Miss Lucile Mobley, of John
ston, and Miss Ethel Mobley, of
Florida, have returned to John
ston, having paid a pleasant visit
to Mrs O Sheppard, Jr., in Bun
Mrs Addie Talbert, widow of
Colonel B M Talbert, deceased.and
steg-m other of Congressman Tal
bert, died on September 11th, and
was buried beside her husband the
following day in the old family
burying ground. She was the last
member of the old Middleton fam
I am carrying a line of specta
cles fron $1.50 to $7.50. There is
no difference whatever in the glass
itself. The difference is in the
frame. Ido not carry an inferior
lens or glase at any prie*. They
are all first quality. Will make
for you a frame to order, any way
you want it, if the ordioary styles
do not suit. I have some nice
goods in rimless gold eye glasses.
Call and see them, GEO. F. MIM?,
Optician. Qffloe over Bank of
Attention, Edgefield CitI zens.
We, the undersigned committee
appointed to collect a county ex
hibit for the exposition io the city
pf Charleston, respectfully solicit
?fiy agricultura] o? other natural
products from any one who desires
to contribute by bringing tho same
to Edgefield, properly packed and
boxed for shipment, not later than
October 20th, 1901. Hon. p, %
Mayson wiU re?eive the same.
WJ A, STBOM, Chairman,
T. H RAINSFORD,
P. B. MAYSON, ,
I LOCAL AND PEESOE
Mr Jobo Mobley, of Job
was in town OD Sunday. 4
Mrs Ashley returned hon
Saturday from Ellenton.
Miss Eliza McCullough sp*
few days last week at Trentoi
Miss Almina Bushnell, 01
gusta, is visiting relatives iu
Mrs Agatha Wood son pail
town a visit on Saturday aud
Mrs Wylie Wells and chi!
of the Horn Creek section,
in town ou Friday.
Mrs D B Hollingsworth
home again, having been qu:
for several" wet ks at Johnston
Miss Annie Timmerman le
Tuesday for Rehoboth, when
will teach Behool.
The school at McCormick
be in charge of Captain R J
inson this year.
Miss Nannie Harris bas rel
ed home to Augusta, after a
to friends in Edgefield.
Mies Mary Holstein has rel
ed from a visit to her relative
?^??Bpanl Quattlebaum has
qpHwood from a visit to he
ter, Mrs'Maffit, at Fruit Hill,
Professor F N K Bailey
family spent Sunday at the
pitable home of Mr Jabez De Lt
Mrs Pease, of Aiken, fora
Miss Zeigler, and little dang
are visiting Mrs James E Har
Tho opening of school on Tb
day morning, September 26th,
be a happy occasion for everyb
Rev G W Davis, of the M
od ist church, recently assisted
Mr Way in a meeting at M<
Miss Fannie Jefferson and
Frank Tompkins were in Edge
this weeek, the guests of Miss
Mrs Cornelia Edwards aud 1
dren, of Parksville, spent a
days last week with her par?
Mr and Mrs TC Strom.
-<T%lnig, Salud a cou n ty, has b<
on a visit to her sister, Mrs T
Strom, of Edgefield.
Mine Louis Gibson has been t
guest of Mr and Mrs J B Dav?
port, of Augusta, says the AUJUI
There has been a new post oft
established in this county by t
name of Cogburn. Mr John C<
burn is postmaster.
Miss Kate Mim?, who has be
for pe ve ral weeks the guest of M
Linie Mima, returned to her hoc
Anderson In tell igencer : Maj
Thomas W Carwile, one of Edg
field's popular citizens, spent
day or two iu Anderson last wee
Messrs J L Mirna, W D Rame;
-Huff and Hugh An der sc
will attend the session of the Uni
ed States court in Greenville, b
ginning the 15th of October.
WANTED-Ladies to write le
tere". Work Light. $20 per monti
Position permanent. Genuine o
fer. Nice position. Address wit
stamp, Miss T., 1218 Senate St
Columbia, S. C.
Mr aud Mrs James T Oujts, c
Elmwood, Edgefield county, wei
in the city Saturday and Bunda
visiting relatives, says the Greet
wood Journal, and left Monday fo
Elberton and Hartwell, Georgia
where they will spend some tim
Miss Daisy Rountree will no
return to Edgefield this fall, bu
the school at Mr D B Hollings
worth's will be in charge of Mis
Eliza McCullough for the cominj
year. The school commenced 01
Mr and Mrs Horace Dorn ant.
Mrs Lanham will remove thin wee)
to the house now occupied by Mi
and Mrs Walter Adama. Bott
families will remain there till th<
completion of Mr Adams' ne?
home in South Edgefield.
Miss Marie Boykin will remain
in Edgefield until the middle ol
October. In a letter received from
Mr and Mrs W P Calhoun, they
express themselves as delighted
with Greenville and the hospitali
ty of the people. They will begin
housekeeping in October.
Mrs Lizzie Folk returne ' An last
Wednesday from Johns Hopkins
hospital much improved in health.
She went directly to her brother's,
Mr D B Hollingsworth, where lit
tle Julia has beep during her
mother's absence. This must have
been a painful separation for two
stich devoted hearts, and it is
sweet to know that they aro once
The merry camping party, who
spent the past week at the old
Laudrum place, abova Meeting
Street, returned home as gay as
they went, on last Monday af
ternoon. The party consisted of
Mr and MrB Luther Jones, Misses
Julia and Kate Tompkins and Jen
nie Patterson, Messrs Joe Eve
Mims, John L Addison, and Joe
Mrs C B King will resqme her
Kiufleigarten arid Primary school
on Friday, the 27th of September,
Terms per month i Tuition in
Kindergarten, including first g ade
of Frimarv Department $1.60;
Tuition in Kindergarten, includ
ing second and third grades of
Primary Department, $3.00j Kin
dergarten materials for sohool
yoar $1.00, payable in advauoe.
The Sunday School at Bold
Spring is under the superinten
dency of Prof T E Dorn, an alum
nus of the 8 C C I.
The ravivai meeting at Bethany
church, conducted by Rev G H
Burtou, closed last week with' six
addition! to that church.
President FNK Bailey, as the
State President of the R Y B U,
made an address recently before
a large congregation in the First
Baptist church of Florence, on the
S. C. C. I. News.
Another teacher will be added
to the music depart m? nt of the
Institute this year.
I All of the faculty of the Insti
tute will arrive in town on Mon
day of next week, three days be
fore the arrival of the students, j
Our town will don gay colors'
next week, in honor of the South
Carol i na.Co-Educational Institute.
Throw aside the sombre hues, and
let us be merry once more.
Every room in the Institute
building and barracks, Nos. 1 and
2, are taken, and 25 applications
yet unprovided for. The people
recognize a good thing when they
Mrs Staggers, who waa so much
esteemed by the people .of Edge
field during her stay in the Insti
tute as -matron, will return i his
year, and resume her duties in that
AU eorts of improvements are
be ing m ade in the'Institute build
ing, preparatory to the hospitable
reception:of teachers and students
next week. A number of rooms
are - beii g painted, ? the entrance
floor also, and new rugs and oth
er attractive adormente are being
Last Sunday evening in the
Baptist church, the children of the
Sunbeam Mission society enjoyed
their annual Children's Day Ex
ercises Quite a full congregation
assembled to listen to their songs.
Grown-up people are always inter
ested seeing these works of the
children which tend to develop
them. And the dobie sentiments
which they learn in the songs that
they sing and the selections which
' Is it not well to help the little
ones to become saturated as it were
with "the pure, the bright and the
beautiful," and Crowd out the evil
and demoralizing ? A little boy
on one occasion was passing along
the road whistling and singing
and as he passed observed another
little fellow sitting idly on the
roadside; said the first, "come
and go with me fishing." "Oh,
no," said the second, "I have got
these old cows to carry to pasture
and don't have time to play."
"Oh," said the other, "but yo. \
are not doing it." I learned whe !
I .was a little fellow, th is rhyme
"Work while you work,
Flay while you play,
That is the way
To be cheerful and gay."
"E ver since then I have trie
to liye by it, and now I have fin
ished my work and have time to
Another little servant girl one
morning found herself very much
rushed with work, and seemed dis
couraged, but suddenly brighten
ing up she began to repeat a little
verse she had previously learned :
"Children, are yon trying
All your work to do ?
Idleness and crying
Will never help you through."
By learning these sentiments in
early childhood they become such
a part of the child that the idea i s
fixed as a habit of mind and be
comes a beneficent influence
throughout the whole after life.
PROGRAM OF EXERCISES :
Song-"This is Happy Chil
Recitation in concert of the 23d
Voluntary by choir.
Song-"God is Love."
Recitation, by Fl oi en ce Peak,
Miriam Norrie. Eva Quattlehaum,
Ella Quattlebaum, Marion Bia
lock, Ashley Merrimon, Thelma
Song-"I'm So Glad"-Ruth
Timmerman, Josie Sheppard, Lil
lie May Bailey, Ruth Cogburu,
Florence Bush, Earline Allen.
Recitation by Edwardian Blay
Recitation by Hortense Peak.
Recitation by Lillie May Bailey,
Song-"Jesus, Tender 8avior,
Hear Me."-Edwardina and Mar
Recitation by Jamie Peak.
Recitation by Carroll Cogburn.
The Rev Dr Gwaltuey encourag
ed and helped the children and
?;aowu people in a short talk, af
er which the whole congregation
joined in singing " Shall we gath
er at -thc River."
The Good Roads meeting to be
held the first Monday in October
will be a meeting of the executive
committoe, and not a mass meet
ing. We have a letter from Mr
W J Talbert which we will pub
lish next week.
The Greenwood Index bas prov*
on itself worthy of being esteemed
one of our m o?t progressive week
lies, having issued last week a 14
page supplement, containing illus
trations of Greenwood's industri
al, business, and religious advan
ces, with portraits ol her moviin
The famous publication entitled
**Men," which is published in Chi
oago, for the spiritual and intel
lectual interest of men, has in ita
last issue the photographs of two
of Edge field's sons, John Lake and
Tom Lanham, both of whom are
now ci tizona of Keutuoky. May
they continue to grow and prosper !
List of letters remaining in the Post
Offioe at Edgefield C. H., Sep tember 4,
Miss Lo A i ki son, Hiss A i del la Vam,
Mr Henry Burt, Willie Jones,
?i When asking for letters on this list
I say "advertised."
W. H. BRUNBON, P. M.
State of South Carolina--Edge?
field. County-Court of Common
Pleas. Lauretta M Boise against
H W Doboy, et al.
?PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer \ "-?Je. at
public outcry, before tV.
House, in town of Edgefielbrx
State of South Carolina, on u-fy
first Monday io October, 1901, the:
same being the 7th duy of said
month, between tho legal hours of
sale, the following described real
ty, to wit :
All that tract of land situate in
the County of Edgefield and State
of South Carolina, containing one
hundred and fifty (150) acr.'s,more
or less, bounded on the north by
lands of Carrie M Dobey ; on the
east by lands of J F Talbert; pu
the south by lands of S J Cart
ledge, and on the west by la'id of
R J Price.
Terms of Sale : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgefield County.
September ll, 1901
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, |
Whereas, information bss been re
ceived at this department that on tbe
1st day of September, A. D. 1901, one
Del gar Thomas committed grand lar
ceny by breaking and entering the:
store house and carrying away the
goods of O. F. Cheatham, near Clear
Water, in this State.
Now, therefore, I, M. B. Mcsweeney,
Governor of the State of Sooth Caro
lina, in order that justice may be done
and the majesty of the law vindicated,
do hereby offer a reward of One Hun
dred Hollars for the apprehension and
conviction of the person ?or persons
who committed said act.
Said Delgar Thomas is about 15
years old, ginger-cake color, with pro
In testimony, whereof, 1 ?have here
unto set my hand and caused the great
Seal of the State to pe affix
[SKAL] ed, at Columbia, this sixth
jjf Seltf*flfe*A- P? 1091,
and in the 126th year of TbeTS
dence of the United States of America
By the Governor :
M. R. COOPKB,
Secretary of State.
Tie World's Greatest Perer Medicine.
Johnson's Tonic docs tn a day what
slow Quinine cannot do in lOdays. Iis
splendid cures are in striking contrast
with tne feeble cures made by quinine
If you are utterly wretched, take a
lion; . - ' af .T~hr>cnn'R Tonic
poise; ?. .
by .. ?
no: os.? cent
.. ..ii'U t?Tev
Edgefield, S. C.
MISS SOPHY GWALTNEYI
will resumu her Music Class at her
home, on Monday, the 2d of Sept.
She will be pleased to see her I
former pupils, and others who may |
wish to take lessons from her on i
PIANO OE VIOLIN.
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BIGHT YEAHS OLD.
OLD SHARPE WILLIAMS
Four Fall Quarts of this*Fine
OLD PURE RYE.
1353 50 EIPEESS
Wo ship on approval in plain, seal
ed boxes, with no marks to indicate
contents. When you receive it and
test it, if it is not satisfactory, return
it at our expense and we will return
your $3.50. We guarantee this brand
to be eight years old. Eight bottles
for $6.50, express prepaid ; 13 bottles
for $9.50, express prepaid; 1 pallon
jug, express prepaid, $3.00; 2 gallon
jag, express prepaid, 5.50, No charges
for bor in tr.
We handle all the leading brands bf
Rye and Bourbou Whiskies in tho
market,[and will save you 50 per cent
on your purchases. j
Kentucky Slar Bourbon.. $35 $125
Elkridge Bourbon. 40 1150
Coon Hollow Bourbon_ 45 1 CO
Monogram Rye. 65 2 00
Baker's A AAA. 65 2 ?40
Old Crow. 75 2 50
Hoffman House Rye....*.. 90 3 00
Mount Vernon (8 yrs. old) 1 00 Si 50
Old Dillinger (10 - M ) 1 25 4 00
The above are only a few brands J of
the many we carry in stock. Send for
AU other goods by the gallon, such
as Corn Whiskey, Peach and Apple
Brandies, etc, sold equally as low
from $1.25 gallon upwards. J
We?make a specialty of the jug trade
and all orders hy mail or telegraph
will have our prompt attention. Speci
al inducements offered.
The Altmayer andi
Flatau Iiiquor (jto.
?Hr~Mail orders shipped same day re
ceipt of order.
506,508, 5C9, 610, 512, Fourth Sri -?
Near Union Passenger Depot,
Copy must be in this office by
[?nday noon before publication
1 insure insertion.
If a Woman
vants to put out a fire she doesn't
heap on oil and wood. She throws
on water.knowing that water quenches
fire.- When a woman wants to get
well from diseases peculiar to her sex,
she should not add fuel to the fire
already turning her life away. She
should not take worthless drugs and
potions composed of harmful narcot
ics and opiates. They do not check
the disease-they do not cure lt-they
simply add fuel to tho fire.
Regulator should be
taken hy every woman
or girl who has the
slightest suspicion of
any of the ail
ments which af
They will simply
be wasting time
until they take it.
The Regulator is
tonic, which gets
_at the roots of the
disease and cures
the cause. It does not drug
the pain, it eradicates it.
TA. stops falling of the womb,
and periodical suffering, ir
regular, scanty or painful
menstruation; and by doing
all this drives away the
hundred and one aches and
pains which drain health
and beauty, happiness and
good temper from many i
woman'? fif*. X* i.-*l?c-CTr
remedy above all others
which livery woman should
know about and use.
SI.00 per bottle
at any drac st?r?.
Send for our free
State of South Carolina-Edge
field County-Court o? Common
- Fleas. The Edgefield Building
and Loan Association against
Mrs. Carrie S. Tompkins, et. al.
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale, at
public outcry before the Court
House, in town of Edgefield and
State of South Carolina, on the
firnt Monday in October, 1901, the
same day being the 7th day of said
month, between the legal hours of
sale, the above described realty, to
" All that tract or parcel of land
situate in Edgefield county and
State of South Carolina, contain
ing one hundred and sixty (160)
acres, more or less, lying about
four (4) miles north of Edpefield
village, and known as the J W
Tompkins Homestead place, where
J W Tompkins lived up to the
time of his death, and bounded on
the norch by lands of J D Eidson
and J A Holland ; south by lands
of H S Hill ; east by lands of the
Estate of Laurence Johnson; west
by lands of Maggie Hill, and be
ing the land assigned and cut off
to Mrs E E Tompkins as a home
stead at Centre Spring.
Terms of Sale: One half cash,
and the balance on a credit of one
year, with interest on the credit
yorfiou Ci- Hi J fl j ~* malu. "2T Ul -
chaser co give bond and mortgage
of the premises to secure the pay
ment or the credit portion, or all
cash, at the purchaser's option.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgefield County,
September ll, 1901.
(S. C. C. Ii)
* * * Edgefield, S. C, * * *
Oldest anil Largest Co-Eflncational College ii the State.
wv tri ?ou Dbiiuoiiio cx?i?iidit ?Liz SU???CM, .v".i.Dcuuiig lu otates,
j. Young men under strictly military discip);ne.
Faculty composed of 21 College and ?Xniversity graduates-9 men.
Thorough Literary Courses leading to the degrees of B. E.. B. S. and
I Superior advantages offered in the Departments of Music, Art and
Four magnificent, well tquipped buildings.
Thousands of dollars recently spent in improvements.
From $100 to $140 covers expensas in Literary Department for the
mtire school year.
During the past session ffij Boarders were enrolled. A large num
ber of applications were rejected for want of room. Additional room
viii be provided for the coming session.
If you contemplate attending our college, write for oue of our beau
iful catalogues and application blank to
F N. K. BAILEY,
EHDQ-EFIErJD, S. C.
The hot days are unbearable with heavy garments on ;
why torture yourself when you can purohase suitable
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS.
Our suite a~e made for comfort; light in weight but
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 5c to $1.00 best made.
UNDERWEAR 25c. per garment and upward.
FOR LADIES: We have an elegant assortment of Shirt
Waist (prices now reduced)
SHORT SKIRTS & ETC.
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4]FuU Quarts Pure Eye Whiskey,
_ Our SamplelPackage :
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1 Qt Gibson XXXX RYE, Palatable in the Highest Degree.
1 Qt GUCKENHEIMER, justly celebrated for its medicinal value.
1 Qt OLD CROW WHISKEY, the old Reliable Favorite.
MAT* We ship this assortment, or assorted any way you like them,
in a plain package for $2.65, express prepaid. Send in your order.
Reference : Third National Bank.
Give us a trial on our Pure Mountain Corn at $1.50 and $2.00 a
gallon and good Rye at toe same price. Write for our new illustrated
catalogue just out.
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A good Buggy-the easiest running,Jbest*riding, with the longest
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The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.
Anything in the Harness line, Buggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery, etc.,
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The finest toned and best made Piano on the market we can show
t to you, or the best Organ by .the least money. Call and let us show
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The finest selection of Sheet Music ever seen in this section, come
md look through our line of classical.and operatic vocal and iostru
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'ou shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and en
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