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vVE>S230A?. JUAY 4th. 1910.
Office, No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Mr. and Mrs. I. \V. Fowler, visit
ed relatives and friends in Edgefield
Saturday and Sunday.
All of the candidates fur magis
trate met their Waterloo Monday.
Hand-shaking will now avail noth
? goodly num/ber from Edgefield
will attend the Inter-Denomination
al Sunday school convention at
Mr. Geo. F. Mims is in Atlanta
this_w?ek attending the music festi
Mr. J. P. Lowrey, now a promi
nent young business man of East
over, S. C., visited his mother, Mrs.
VV. B. Lowrey, at Velma last week.
No one will be expected at the
veterans' dinner except the old sol
diers, the ministers of the county,
the Clinch Rifles and the "Daugh
. _ j
Capt. Joseph Brimson is up from
Aiken spending this week with his
brothers and on the banks of Tur
key creek. He says nothing gives
him greater pleasure than to go fish
ing with the "boys."
Large stock of Eberson's Zinc,
Lead and Asbestos paint; impervi
ous to water and resists the heat of
For Rent :-A typewriter in
good condition; two dollars per
m?nth, or will sell reasonable.
O. B. Anderson.
The board of health of the town
of Edgefield will make its annual
inspection to-morrow and Friday,
the 5th and 6th. Better give your
premises a thorough cleaning, using
lime and white wash freely.
Nobby line of summer Jap robes.
Ramsey <fc Jones.
The ladies are invited to call at
the store of Messrs. Jones & Son
and see the special representative
demonstrate the merits of the Ma
jestic Tange. He will take pleasure
insanswering all questions, having
come to Edgefield for that purpose.
If you want style, quality and a
hat trimmed by a competent milli
ner come to
Have you, jjegistered. f?rjjie ran
ric i pal election? If not, do not put
ir; off. till it is too late. The registra
tion books will close on the 7th of
The ; formal announcement of
Hon. James T. Byrnes, of Aiken,
for congress was received too late
for this' issue. It will appear next
The Clinch Rifles of Augusta
have accepted the invitation of the
Daughters of the Confederacy to
be their guests on Memorial Day.
About thirty-five members of the
. company will come np to Edgefield
.. . - . . -
3?r. .John F. Pardue, a success
ful farmer and a most excellent citi
zen of the Collier section announces
his candidacy this week for the po
sition of the county commissioner.
Mr. Pardue holds the confidence of
the people wherever he is known,
andjri?l render honest, faithful ser
viceif chosen by the people.
Mr. L. L. Clippard yields to the
v solicitations of a number of voters
-in the., .third-, ward and announces
himself, in this issue as a candidate
for warden of the town of Edgefield.
He is a.gopd man and will do his
full duty if elected to a position on
our town council.
Master W. A. Strom, Jr., though'
only eight years old, drives an au
tomobile with as much ease as if he
were a chauffeur of many years ex
perience. This also shows how easy
it is to control a Maxwell car, tilt
car that is sold by-j the Edgefield
Our fourth shipment . -prinf
oxfoula and slippers for cl jdr
misses, ladies, boys and men fro
the standard manufacturen and u?
are in b"tter position than evert
supply the wants in foot wear.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hai ti wang
went to Greenwood last' week am
purchased a very handsome resi
dence fronting on the court bous?
. square. The building has nine
rooms, baths, electric lights, etc. A:
possessiori^can not be, obtained be
fore August the 1st, Mr. Hal ti wan
ger will not move his family befon
Mr. TV. H. Turner has owing u
the splendid spring business of th?
Corner'Store found it necessary t<
make ty second trip to market. H
left yest?rday to replenish his stool
with many staples as well as to pur
chase the newest novelties out
Watch for his announcement riex
week, .'lt will tell of the"new pm
I Try a can of our Nabob Brant
Jnne peas. They never fail to pleas?
W. E. Lynch & Co.
We' acknowledge with-sineere ap
predation the thoughtfulness of Mr.
E. .Murphy Milter in sending us an
invitation to? the commencement of
the Medical College of Augusta.
Mr. Miller haying .completed the
junior course will at the close of the
next session be a full graduate of
The veterans are requested, to as
semble on the college campus when
reaching town. Hon. W. A. Strom
has kindly offered to take them for
a s'pin in his automobiles. The vet
I erans can be assured that dinner
will be served promptly at 12
Eggs For Hatching : White
Plymouth Rock eggs, 15 fot $1.50,
can be had by calling at The Ad
vertiser office. Guaranteed to hatch
12 out of 15.
An earnest effort has been made
to obtain the names of all of the
vet rans in the county. The
following have been sent in within
the last few days: R S Anderson, J
C Robertson, J M Holston, J H
Parks, J R Blackwell, P B Strom,
E S Reynolds, T B Lanier, Henry
Gable, Jas. A Deal O D White and
W. T. McManus.
Laces and embroidery bands, and
all kinds of all over nettings new
and a big stock to select from.
' The closing exercises of the Edge
field Graded school will be held in
the college auditorium Tuesday eve
ing, May 17th, at 3:30 o'clock.
These annual commencement exer
cises, participated in by the chil
dren, are always exceedingly inter
esting and are eagerly looked for
ward to by the people of the town
and vicinity- The public is cordi
ally invited to attend, and it is safe
to say that the auditorium will be
taxed to its utmost capacity.
National Biscuit Company's Frni
Cake fresh by express. Edgefield
housewives know what it is.
One candidate for magistrate re
marked to The Advertiser's repre
sentative Monday soon after the
county convention: "They kind
er took 'back track' on us. I
would certainly have been elected
in the primay, but now T don't
know how it will be."
Mr. John W. Quarles has been
elected superintendent of the Anti
och Sunday school. John is a most
excellent young man and we con
gratulate the members of the An
tioch school upon their good for
tune in securing him as their leader.
We have accepted the agency for
Babcock buggies. Large shipment
now on the road. Call and inspect
these high-class vehicles.
Ramsey & Jones.
The Harmony school which clos
ed a verv successful session Friday
last has been taught by Prof. W.
W. Fuller, with Mrs. Fuller as his
assistant. Early in the session Prof.
Fuller offered a prize for attend
ance, which was won by Miss Ma
urie Broadwater, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. N". Broadwater. She
was not absent a single day during
the entire session.
Fr sh from Buist's seed farm-a
full assortment of garden seeds.
Buist's never fail to germinate well.
Nothing better on the market.
Dry Goods Stores t) Close
We, the undersigned Dry Goods
merchants of the town of Edgefield,
agree to close our places of business <
at 6:30 o'clock p. m. beg'nning .'
May 15tb, and ending September 1
-1st, Saturdays excepted. '
Dorn &' Minis, .
Ben Hubenstein, ,
J. Rubenst?in, |
J. Goldburg <fc Son, I
W. A. Hart,
W. H. Turner,.
J. W. Peak.
Wi ni li rop College
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
The exarnin ithm for the award ol
va-ant scholarships in WintlrOp
C Mege and for the admission of
ne v student?? will be held at th .
County Cour. House onJTrjday, .Ii.
!y 1, ai 0 a. m. Applicants mu
e not less than nf teen years of ag
Vhen Scholarships are vacant aft
Mtly l^hey will be awarded t
hose majviiig the highest average
his examination, provided the
meet the conditions-governing th
award. Applicants for schohn
ships should write to President
Johnson before the examination for
.Scholarship examination blanks.
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session w
open September 21, 1910." F
further information and catalogu
Pres. D. B. Johnson,
The ice tea season is here and o<
course that" means "you will us
Perri Walla tea. Quality and prie,
remain the same.
. _/ W. ?. Lynch & Co.
Just received a new shipment of
new models in the American Lady
corsets, shapes to fit all figures, an<'
every pair warranted by Rivas Brot
agents for Edgefield.
Good Will Shower.
One of the mosj/delightful social
unctions given in Edgefield in
nany months was the Good Will
Shower at the handsome colonial
evidence of Mrs. B. B. Jone?! in
lonorofher' niece, Mrs. Allen T.
Samuels, Thursday afternoon last.
U)out thirty guests were present
,nd the afternoon was spent in pro
gressive contests. Prizes were won
>y Mrs. Royal Shannonhouse, Mrs.
Wallace Tompkins, Miss Lillie May
talley aud Miss Kate Sheppard, and
? beautiful piece of cut glass was
>resented to the bride, the guest of
?onor. As each guest entered she
fas served with delightful fruit
ranch, and a salad course with ice
ea was served at the close of the
lontests. Among the musical selec
ions rendered was a beautiful and
rery appropriate solo by Mrs. Royal
Notice of the Colored Teachers
All (co?bred) School Teachers of
?dgefield County are hereby notifi
er to meet at Edgefield, C. H., S.
1, on Saturday before the third
Sunday of this month.,^ The meet
ng will be held at 10 o'clock a. m.
n the (colored) Methodist church,
klay 14th, 1910. All colored teach
rs are urged to be present without
A. W. Nicholson, Pres.
P. L. Anderson.
For The Legislature.
Mr. Jerome H. Courtney announc
s his candidacy this week for the
3ouse of Representatives. He is a
'cry successful fanner and is a
roting niau ol' unimpeachable in
egrity of character. Mr. Courtney
s a grad?ate o!; The Cidadel and is
veil equipped for t!ie duties ol' a
awmaker.FIe will make a good nice
Goo? Game Thursday.
Those who witnessed the game of
?ascball at Johiiston\ Friday afler
looii between the S. C. Cl. and
Johnston teams have declared li \-.>
m easily the best game ol' the sea
ion. Both teams" played good ball,
he score being 3 to 2 in Johnston's
?avor. A game has been arranged
"or Thursday afternoon at the fair
grounds between these two strong
cams. All lovers of this wholesome
sport should not fail t" sec this
The monthly union service will
oe held Sunday evening next at the
Episcopal church, the service being I
conducted by Archbishop Weber of j
Boston, who is assisting Rev. Royal
Shannonhouse in a mission at Ridge
Spring this- week. Archbishop]
Weber will lecture Sunday evening
on the Passion play. This distin
guished divine is one of the fore
most pulpit orators of the day, and
it is indeed a treat to have him come
among us. Do. not fail to hear
Archbishop Weber. He is a speaker
of great power. Let Trinity church
be crowded to its . utmost capacity
Candidate For Warden.
Having been urged to become a
candidate for Warden of the Town
of Edgefield, I hereby announce my- \
self a candidate from the third ward.
L. L. Clippard.
Yielding to the solicitation of friends
ind voters I respectfully announce my
?elf a candidate for County Commis
sioner, pledging myself to abide the
result ot the Democratic primary, and
promise faithful service ii elected.
JOHN P. PARDUE.
Collier's, S. C.
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for the House of Representa
tives and pledge myself to abide the
result of the Democratic primary.
JEROME H. COURTNEY.
for the rap
1. The finest
Talc the world affords.
2. The sweetest, dain
3. Most artistic boxes.
4. The Hinged Top
that prevents sticking,
leaking and loss of per
The price of this powder is 25
cents but we will sell it for 15
cents for a limited time,
Penn & Holstein.
on In Full blast
( Our annual Maj* sale drew a record breaking crowd on Saturday last, the
first day, and the crowd is still coming. The great throng is coming because
the people know we stand behind every price we make and guarantee every
piece of merchandise we sell. We did not have clerks enough Saturday to
wait on the crowd but will increase our salesforce so that nobody will haVe to
leave or wait to be served.
We have bought a big spring stock and the cold spell in April made busi
ness dull, so in order to start the goods to moving we have cut the prices. The
people know a good thing when they see it and are taking advantage of the
great bargains that we are offering in every department.
We cai supply your every want at bargain prices
Our . Millinery Section
Never haye . ? %3ii &4
and better f?r#?? i
.matte? blithe? y.. ? tl
come may co po.:.:. ; ; satisfied
Ladies and misses rcady-io-wear
hats in s<?1 iii?;, white, black and
brown in plain or rOi?gli straw, Sl-.50|
values at 9Sc
25 dozen mushroom sailors in all
colors and shapes 75c values at 40c
Ladies 35c mushroom sailor., at 21c
Ladies trimmed hats pr ces from
81 to $10. Misses-hats fro ra 75c to
$5.' Children's h-nf?'from 45c to
Remember von can buy anv of j
ihes trimmed hats at a big rc-J
.Iii'-, i 'll. ? will also offer you a few mure
--~--~~~~~^~N~>~~W-^^^^ j specials foi" Saturday and Monday
2 dozed ready made veils 82:25 val-1 the last two days of our sale:
15 pieces 44-inch while lawn, real
value 20c at 12*c
ucs at ?1.30
:\ doz of 75c veils in all colors 49c
10 doz children's straw hats for
boys and girls 35c values at 21c
r 1 lot nice veiling in all shades,
regular price 22c at ^ 12^c
50 doz ladies elastic belts, in all
colors. Value 25c at 10c
5 doz ladies hair turbans. Retail
everywhere at 35c and 50c at 21c
,100 men's suits, all latest patterns
Real value $13.50 at $8.49
5 doz R?fc (i c?rs?ts; the same
kind you buy elsewhere at ?1.25 &
si.50. Your choice at Oflc
5V dozen mourning veils,\ extra
large. Real value $2.50 at ?1.40
2 dozen ladies turban hats ?2.10
2 doz turbans in solid black and
also in colors". $2.70 values $1.65
This Bargain-giving sale lasts only throughh Monday next. Tell your friends
about, so they will not be too late, the early callers get best of the stock.
Advertiser Building, Edgefield, S. G. ,
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THE RANGE UJFTH A REPUTATION w
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THF. MAJESTIC Extra THE MAJESTIC 18-cz. A.I1
HE " ' " I -oz. All
Ilcnvj- Stamped Iron Marble- Copper IVlcUel-pJatcil Tra Copper ." fd C?lico
17.i*i 1 K?ttlei complete with cover Kettle. Handsomely nickeled on ?"ot. Ii...:- '. nickeled ott
und handle that lu Md on co*-er. outs'do, tinned on inside. outaldo and ; . i on i?:-i,!c.
THE MAJESTIC Marble? THIS MAJESTIC Patent TWO MAJESTIC Patert
Ized Enameled Pudding Pan. Never-bnrn Wired Dripping Nevcr-Bitrn Wired nripplntr
Made specially fine for the Pan.-Size of pan 14H in. x 20 in. Pans. Size of pan 9 in. x 12 in.
MajeBtic Set. Made specially for thc Majest ic Set. Made specially for the Majestic Set.
A special representative of the manufacturers will be at our store from Monday, May 2nd to Saturday thc 7th, to de m
onstrate th merits of ?he[Majestic Range. The ladies are cordially invited to call . .
JONES & SON,
Edgefield, S. C