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le efield Advertiser
-' WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25,1901.
N G Evans, Esq., and Miss Bes
sie walker will be married today
at noon, at Mies Walker's home in
Beaufort. They will make Edge
field their home for the future,and
will reside at the pleasant home
of Mrs D R Durisoe, where Miss
Walker formed her attachment for
Edgefield. We welcome her to our
A Popular Minister.
Rev Eugene Steward, of the
Presbyterian church, will resume
bis studies at the Presbyterian
Theological seminarv in Coium
bia this month, thisibeiug his fi
nal year before completion of the
course*. Ho will, however, contin
ue to serve as pastor of our Pres
byterian church, preaching once
a month. Wo are glad that Mr
gtewart will be able to give Edge
field even that much of his pres
ence and eervice.
Edgefield Citizen Honored.
Nominations are in order for
'President of the BaptiBtState con
vention, 'and Dr A P Montague,
president of Forman University,
honored one of Edgefield's citizens
in the following communication to
the Baptist Courier of last week :
" Now, while the brethren are nom
inating men, may I put a brother
in nomination ? It would do my
heart good to vote for our brother,
Orlando Sheppard, Esq,, of the
Edgefield bar, moderator of the
Edgefield association. In grace,
dignity, firmnesp, realness, and
exalted . Christian character, he
would meet every requirement of
this high position. Brethren, let
us make him^president of the con
S. C. C. T. News.
Colonel Bailey, of the Institute,
is very busy now, working a large
force of hands to get everything in
readiness for the opening of the
college tomorrow. He has had the
entire building renovated and
made many improvements and
changes. He is erectiug a*wiud
mill by which to 'distribute water
throughout the building, and is
getting in many tons of coal, as he
will burn coal instead of wood this
A great deal of new furniture
bas been put in, and quite a num
ber of new pianos have arrived.
In fact, when everything is com
pleted, several thousand dollars
will have been spent.
In ail of the college buildings
only five vacant places are left. If
possible, another building will be
secured in order to accommodate
all who wish to come.
The opening exercises will take
place in the opera bouse tomorrow
morning ai 10 o'clock. 1 he Rev
tonis Bristow, of Sumter, will de
? opWTyro^ r.dd,ress. -,
lu the writ: up of the Edgefield
association in the Baptist Courier
of last week, from the pen of W W
Keys, there was the following mer
ited tribute tc President Bailey:
" The representative of the Bap
tist Courier was placed under re
, newed obligations to Professor F
N K Bailey, of tue South Carolina
' Co-Educational Institute. Homet
Dr Bailey aud the writer at the
midnight hour at Trenton Tuesday
night and carried us to Edgefield,
seven miles distant, and the next
two days conveyed us back and
forth to the place of meeting, ten
miles away. lu a comfortable car
riage, behind two good horses, the
trips weie made quickly and with
out undue fatigue. The Professor
is somewhat of a Jehu as a driver.
" We were pleased to leam that
the prospects for the SC C I are
most flattering for the next ses
sion. The capacity of the build
ings will be taxed to the utmost
to accommodate the boys and girle
wno are expecting to report for du
ty on the 26th inst. The buildings
are being put in fine condition for
the boys and girls, and the facul
ty of 21 teachers will assemble a
week in advance of the opening
and arrange all the details of the
work, so that wh?n opening day
comes there will be no delay in
geiting to work. Professor Bailey
say s'that he never before had so
flattering a prospect for a large
school. The Courier congratulates
him and all concerned. The school
deserves all the popularity it en
About tbat Meeting.
PARRYVILLE, S. C" Sept. 14, 1901.
Editor EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER:
There seems to be sotie misunder
standing with reference to our
next meeting, on the 1st Monday
in October, of the Executive com
mittee of the Edgefield Good Roads
association. Some are un^er the
impression that this is to be a
mass meeting of the citizens of the
county. This is a mistake; thie
is only to be a meeting of the Ex
ecutive Committee, and not a mass
And I want to urge all the mem
bers from the various townshipE
of the county to be prompt in then
attendance, and to come with some
plans to present to the next meet
ing, looking to something definite
in the wa y of getting down tc
work, and permanenl plans, etc.
Then I presume we will call an
other mass meeting to present tc
them some definite and permanent
plan of action. Let us all who ar?
on this committee try to come.
Thanking you in advance, Mr
JSditor foi publishing this little
notice, I am yours very truly,
W. J. TALBERT,
Chairman Ex. Com.
Four prisoners escaped from the
il here last week. SJtill free.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL, jj
MOOD light nights
Next Tuesday is October lat,
Days and nights are now equal.
Mr C J Burton pai a business
trip to Columbia this week.
Captain Rice has been suffer
ing the discomforts of a spell of j
fever for some time.
Miss Helea BrowD, of Norfolk,
Virginia, is visiting Miss Lee Mor
rall, in Buncombe.
Miss Louise Solomons, of Troy,
is vi6itiDg her aunt, Mrs Walter
Ouzts, at Elmwood.
Miss Lizzie Lou Jones bas re
turned from a visit to relatives j
at Johnston and Ridge Spring.
Miss Mamie Lake has returned
from Augusta and is tne guest of
Mrs Ida Sheppard, of Edgefield.
Miss Alph Reynolds, of Liberty
Hisl, has been the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs A E Padgett, for several
Mrs Anuid Heston and daugh
ter, Mattie, returned last week
from a visit to Miss Barr at Nine
Mrs Rebecca Croker has been
quite sick for several weeks. We
trust that she may soon be restor
ed to health.
Miss Ina Weiss Hartley, of
Batesburg,a frequent visitor to our
town, left last week for Brenan
college; in Gaiuef,ville, Georgia.
There were representatives of all
the town congregations at the Bap
tist church Sunday morning, there
being no eervices at the other
Misg Har ty Carmichael will ar
rive iu town this week to attend
the Institute. She will board this
year at the horns of her COUS?D,
Mrs E J Mims.
Mrs Fowler and Mrs Annie Ea3t
erling arrived in Edgefield Thurs
day to be with their father, Dr
Horace Parker, who has been re
cently so ill.
Mrs Richard Anderson and fam
ily arrived in Edgefield last week,
and are makiug preparations for
their departure to Wando, near
Dr Horace Parker, who it was
feared was critically ill, is much
better. ThiB isgratifyiug to his
many frionds and acquintanccs in
We are requested to announce
tnat the Rev Hugh F Oliver, of
Florence, will preach at Hardy's
on Friday and Saturday before the
first Sunday in October.
Mrs S B Gibson and Miss Lou
ise Gibson, who have been enjoy
ing a delightful summer in Geor
gia with, friends, are expected to
ret pm n> town t^i' week.
Mr and :Vlrs Henry McIntosh, of
Albany, Georgia, recently paid a
visit to Mrs Lillie Cheatham Gar
rett, of Augusta. Mrs McIntosh
was formorly Miss Alice Cheat
ham, of Edgefield.
Mrs J Walter Pearce and two
children, Myra and Walter, who
spent the summer at Ridge Spring
with Mrs Pearce's parents, return
ed last week to their home in Au
Miss Nellie Hill, of Edgefield,
aud Miss Nettie Bell,of Parksville,
the successful competitors for the
Winthrop college scholarships,
will leave during the earl)' part of
Mr Ernest Ulmer, who has beou
with Mr Ashley, of Trenton, in his
mercantile business fer a year or
more, has resigned to accept a po
sition in the railroad business. He
went to Columbia yesterday.
Littlo Lily, the three-year-old
daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas
Furse, received a painful bjuiEe by
falling from the porch last Satur
day. Drs. Tompkins and Marsh
examined the arm, and fouud that
no bones weie broken.
Mr H C Watson is now wito our
clever and congenial friend, Mr
Janies A Timmermau, assisting in
dispensing fresh groceries to his
customers. Mr Watson is a good
clever salesman and is ready to
give you his attentive services at
Miss Julia Anderson leaves to
day for Winthrop college, at Rock
Hill. She goes a little ahead of
the opening in order to make up
some work which she failed to do
in the spring, having been com
pelled to return home on account
of ill health.
Mrs J'N Robinson, now of Troy,
well remembered in Edgefield as
Mist? Louise Fuller, with her pret
ty little daughters, Aimee and
Lily, recently enjoyed the hospi
talities of Mrs Robinson's parents,
Mr and Mrs Charles Fuller, at Lib
The children of the Mill Sun
day school had a pleasant enter
tainment given them last week,
ico cream and other refreshments
being a part of their enjoyment.
This was the result of kind- inter
est and kind thought ou the part
of the superintendent and teachers,
who are doing euch a Chriet-1 ike J
work at thisSundav school.
Mrs C B King will resume her
Kindeigarten aud Primary school
on Friday, tho 27th of September.
Terms per month : Tuition in
Kindergarten, including first grade
of Primary Department $1.50;
Tuition in Kindergarten, includ
ing second and third grades of
Primary Department, $2.00; Kin
dergarten materials for school
year $1.00, payable in advance.
Go to the opera house tomorrow.
Next Sunday i? the fifth.
Mrs Callie Wise is visiting her niece
Miss Effie Allen, in Buncombe. "
WANTED-Cotton ^buyers to buy
cotton from tbe farmers. Come on.
. Miss Aileen Dozier will probably
have charge of the Mill school this fall.
Mrs Minnie Hacket, of Augustans
the guest of her brother, Mayor W W
Rev aud Mrs P P Blalock return
this week from a visit to Spartan
Mrs Annie Wolfe will attend
Winthrop college, at Rock Hill,
Read the new advertisements of W
II Turner, Dorn & Him*, and I C Levy
Son & Co.
Mrs Irene Siiley, of Orangeburg,and
Mrs Thomas Hoyt, of Johnston, were
in town this week.
Mr and Mrs James Thompson will
remove this fall to the DeVore place,
new occupied by Mr John Ware,
Mrs John May leaves Edgefield in ?a
few weeks for a trip to Crawfordville
and Newnan, Georgia, to visit rela
tives and friends.
Mr Paul Quattlebaum has re
turned from a visit to his plan
tation, near Willieton.
We send to our readers a newsy
supplement this week. Read about
the Olympia cotton mill.
Mr Augustus Corley goes to At
lanta this week to attend the Den
tal College of Atlanta.
Rev Luther Whits assisted his
brother, Rev George White, in a
meeting at, Langley last week.
Mrs Thomas Raiusford and Miss
Lillian Nicholson worshipped at
the Baptist church la6t Sabbath.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Addisou and
children are visiting their mother,
Mrs Virginia Addison, in Bun
Union meeting of the second di
vision of the Edgefield association
meei s next Saturday and Sunday
The winsome Miss Alice Corley
is on her annual visit to her fath
er in "Edgefield, says the Green
Rev Thomas Leitch closod a s?
ri?e of meetings at Ninety-Six re
cently with 38 additions to the
Mr Ja?. Roper, with his daugh
ter, May, and three sous, Edgar,
Charlie and Wallace, spent one
day last week ju Augusta.
Mrs A V Byrd, will at an early
date remove into the house belong
ing to Mr Wells, which was recent
ly vacated by Mr Duuovant.
Mrs Joseph Tompkins, who with
her family has been a resident of
Edgefield for the past year, will
remove to Parksville between now
and January next.
Mr Jake Smith, who has occu
pied the Burnett plantation, in
West Edgefield, for several yeare,
will remove to the M P Wells
place, now occupied by Mrs Jos.
Mr J P Burnett, of Greenwood,
brother of the lat * W N Burnett,
will come to Edgefield to live, and
will reside in the beautiful home
now the residence of Mr Jake
President A E Padgett, of Far
mers' Bauk has sufficiently recov
ered from his recent serious ill
ness to take a trip into the coun
try, and last week enjoyed a stay
of some days around Pleasant
Colonel John R Tompkins, of Mo
bile, Alabama, and A S Tompkins,Esq,
are on a visit to old -"friends at and
near Meeting Street. The former will
return to his home in Alabama within
a few weeks.
Preparations are being made bj the
ladies of the "Auf Wiedersehen" club
for the opening of the Public Library.
The books, new and popular, are ex
pected to arrive any diy. As soon as
they are unpacked, an " opening day"
will be announced.
Mies Florida Moseley, who has
been the guest of Mrs L R Gwalt
ney for about swo weeks, has gone
to Ninety-Six to visit her brother,
Mr Lipscomb, before returning to
her home in Madison, Florida.
We hear that Mrs U orrall is se
riously considering removing to
Charleston this fall. Mr Gadsden
Morrall, her son is already a resi
dent of that city and S A Morral!,
of Edgefield, will be a student this
year of the Modical college. The
Morrals have quite a prominent
family connection in Charleston,
and will doubtless feel at home in
that city, Lnough Edgefield will re
gret to give them up, should they
decide finally to leave.
Attention, Edgefield Citizens,
We, the undersigned committee
appointed to collect a county ex
hibit for the exposition in the city
of Charleston, respectfully solicit
any agricultural or other natural
products from any one who desires
to contribute by bringing the same
to Edgefield, properly packed and
boxed for shipment, not later than
October 20th, 1901. Hon. P. 3.
Mayson will receive the same.
W A, STROM, Chairmau,
T. H. RAINSFOKD,
P. B. MAYSON,
Having oponnd a high gradi?,
first-class restaurant under thc
rear end of the dispensary, we will
be glad to have tho patronage ol
the public. Turkey on toast, quail
on toast, chicken on toast, mutton
chops, beef steak, eggs. etc. Meale
at all hours, dry and night. Om
prices are very reasonable.
GEORGE NORRIS & CO
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas, ?D accord with the in
f cmtable laws of God,?our beloved
brother and deacon, Jeremiah J.
Bunch, after an exemplary life
among us in which he so faithfuly
discharged every duty as Chris
tian, husband, father, citizen, sol
dier, aud worked so faithfully for
the upbuilding of this church ; and
so beautifully illustrated, during
his loug and severe jaffliction, his
faith in God and the Christian re
ligion, has been called from labor
unto rest; therefore? be it
Resoled : 1st : That as a church
we cherish his memory ?and emu
late his virtues.
2nd. That we extend to his fam
ily our Christian sympathy.
3d. That a page in our minute
book be inscriped to his memory,
on which our clerk enter his his
tory and work as a Christian, and
that a copy of these resolutions be
sent ts the covnty papers and the
Baptist Courier for publication.
Done in conference at Big Stev
ens Creek church, August 30,1901.
S L MEDLOCK. G P BUSH,
C. C. Mod.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., September 4,
Miss Lu Aikison, Miss Aidella Vam,
Mr Henry Burt, Willie Jones.
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
State of South Carolina-Edge
field County-Court of Common
Pleas. Lauretta M Boise against
fl W Dobey, 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
first Monday in October, 1901, the
same being the 7th day of sr.id
mouth, between the legal hours of
sale, the following described real
ty, to wit :
All that tract of land situate in
the County of Edgefield end 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; on
the south by lands of S J Cart
ledge, and on the west by la-d of
R J Price.
Terms of Sale : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgefield County.
September ll, 1901.
T?e World's Greatest Fever Medicine.
Johnson's Tonic dV?s in a day what
slow Quinina cannot do in lOdays. I's
splendid cures are in striking contrast
with tne feeble cures made by quinine
If you are utterly wretched, lake a
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic
and drive out every trace of Malarial
poisoning. The wise insure their
lives and thc wiser insure their health
by using Johnson's Chill and Fever,
Tonio. Itcosts 50 cents if >it cures;
not one cent if it does not.
Edgefield, S. C.
MISS SOPHY GWALTNEY
will resumo her Music Clas3 at her
homo, on Monday, the 2d of Sept.
She will be pleased to see her
former pupils, and others who may
wish to take lessons from her on
PIANO OR VIOLIN.
PENNSYLVANIA PUKE RYE
F.icnT YEAHS OLD.
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Four Full Quarts of this Fine
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&3 50 EXPRESS
We 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$3.30. We'guarantee this brand
to be eight years old. Eight bottles
for .$0.50, express prepaid; 12 bottles
for $9.50, express prepaid; 1 gallon
jug, express prepaid, $3.00; 2 gallon
jug, express prepaid, 5.50. No charges
We handle all tlie leading brands of
Rye and Bourbon Whiskies in thc
marketj'.and will save you. 50 per cent
on your purchases.
KenttcKy Star Bourbon.. .$35 $1 25
Elkridge Bourbon. 40 1 5U
Coon Hollow Bourbon.... 45 1 60
Monogram Rye. 55 2 00
Baker's A AAA. 65 2 40
Ohl Crow. 75 2 50
Hoffman House Rye. 90 SOO
Mount Vernon (S yrs. old) ] 00 3 50
Old Dillinger (10 " " ) 1 25 4 0C
The above are only a few brands of
the many we carry in ?tock. Send for
All other goods by the trallon, sucli
as Corn Whiskey, Peach and Apple
Brandies, etc., sold equally as low
from $1.25 gallon upwards.
We make a specialty of the jug trade
and all orders hy mail or telegrai ?
will have our prompt attention. Speci
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Thc Altmaycr and
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Mail orders shipped same day re
ce i pt of order.
500,508, 509, 510, 512, Fourth St.,
Near Union Passenger Depo!
f NOTICE !
*rC6py must be in this office by
Monday noon before publication
day to insure insertion.
Every woman In the country
ought to know about
Those who do know about it
wonder how they, ever got along
without it. It has robbed child
birth of its terrors for ?many a
young wife. It has preserved her
girlish figure and saved her rauch
suffering. It is an external lini
ment and carries with it therefore,
absolutely no danger of upsetting
the system as drugs taken intern
ally are apt to do. It-is to ba
rubbed into the abdomen to soften
and strengthen the muscles which
are to bear the strain. This means
much less pain. It also prevent!
morning sickness and all of the
other discomforts of pregnancy.
A druggist of Macon, Ga., says:
" I have sold a large quantity of
Mother's Friend and have never
known an instance where it has
failed to produce the good results
claimed for it"
A prominent lady of Lam
berton, Ark., writes: "With my
first six children 1 was in labor
from 24 to 30 hours. After using
Mother's Friend, my seventh was
born in 4 hours."
Got Mother's Friend Rt tho drug
sture, SI.00 per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
WriU for our fr?? tlln?tr?teii book, "BEFOHE BABY
* * * Edge?el
t and Lamest Co-Eini
?Sext Session Begins Thurs
Over 300 students enrolled this 1
Young men under strictly militi
Faculty composed of 21 College
Thorough Literary Courses leadi
Superior advantages offered in tl
Four magnificent, well equipped
Thousands of dollarB recently sf
From $100 to $140 covers expens
entire school year.
.During the past session f ?j B<
ber of applications were rejected fo
will be provided for the coming sei
If you contemplate attending oui
tiful catalogues and application bis
F N. K.
The hot days aro unbearabh
why torture yourself when
Our suits are made for comfor
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 5c to $:
UNDERWEAR 25c. per garmi
FOR LADIES: We 1
Waist (prices now re
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We very coidiolly inv:
lie generally to come to
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State of South Carolina-Edge
field County-Court of Common
Pleas. The Edgefield Building
and Loan Association against
MrB. 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
fir?t 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 Edgefield
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 north by "ands of J D Eidson
and J A Holland ; south by lauds
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
portion from the day o? sale. Pur
chaser to 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.
d, S. C. * * *
national Collie in tie Stale.
day, September 26,1901.
?ession, representing 10 States,
and University graduates-9 men.
ng to the degrees of B. E.. B. S. and
ie Departments of Music, Art and
tent in improvements.
os in Literary Department for the
carders were enrolled. A large num
r want of room. Additional room
: college, write for one of our beau
D with heavy garments on ;
you can purchase suitable
t ; light in weight but
LOO best made,
ant and upward.
lave an elegant assortment of Shirt
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