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: ?DGEFIELD ADVERTISER
WEDNESDAY. MAY 25tb. 1910.
Office, No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Ron. J. C. Sheppard went over to
Columbia on business Tuesday.
Mr. Henry T. Medlock is spend
ing some time in Edgefield. He is
always a welcome visitor.
Miss Hannah Rogers, of Society
Hill, is the guest of Miss Lucile
Mr. and Mrs. . 6. A. Merriman,
"of Sumter, are visiting the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Tomp
kins. , I
Miss Minnie Fuller, and Messrs.
Earl and Charlie Fuller were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Byrd durin?
Miss Jennie Holley, of Aiken
has been spending the past week
' with her sister, Mrs. J. F. Entz
m in ger.
Capt. R. B. Cain was among the
commencement visitors and receiv
ed a most cordial welcome from his
. The Advertiser job office does
printing of all kinds. Can fill orders
. on short notice. Send us your or
ders. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The- union meeting of the first
division will be held at Berea Sat
urday and Sunday next. The last
-union-was held at Gilgal.
If you want to be satisfied with
your figure and pleased with quali
ty style and price, consult
.. . \ '
A. S. Tompkins, Esq., and Miss
Grace Tompkins left yesterday for
Charlotte. Mr. Tompkins went on
business ?nd Miss Grace is visiting
her "brother, Mr. D. A. Tompkins,
who has been quite indisposed for
some time. ~
Rev. T. P. Burgess, in accordance
wi*h his custom, will go to Saluda
s next Saturday'in order to fill hisv
regular fifth Sunday appointment at
that place. There" will be no preach
ing in the Presbyterian church here
Mr. S. CheathanMs a strong ad
vocate of intensive farming. He
he'flpes not expect to plant but three
and a half acres in corn this year
and has 4,100 pounds of
guano to fertilize it with. His prize
acre will be-selected from the three
rand a\half acres. Mr. Cheatham and
his son haye sold about ?200 worth
of corn from their last year's crop.
If you want shoes from reputable
manufacturers in the latest last go
to Rives Bros.. for a pair. Men's
.gray oxfords to match your gray
Does your wagon or buggy nefd-|
anew coat of paint? If so, call upon
W. W. Adams .& Co., as they -can
supply you with the celebrated Acme
Quality paint-the kind that looks
-well* wears well and is not unreason
able in price." You can prolong the
life of your vehicles by using paint
While attending the College for
AVomen in Columbia in 15)08, Miss
Pet LaGroiie of Johnston was in
jured in a street car collision. Some
time ago she brought suit against
the Columbia Railway Company
through her attorneys. Messrs
Sheppard Bros. to recover damages.
Hon. J. C. Sheppard went to Co
lumbia Thursday last to represent j 1
Miss LaGrbne at the trial, securing h
a verdict of ?3,000 for his client.
N.ice assortment.of ladies' white
and fancy hot weather shift waists,
- fancy-belts, ladies fa'ney neck wear
jnstfnfrom ihe standard manufac
Mr. C. C. Burkhalter told The
Advertiser .man Friday last tb at he
has the best stand of cotton this
year that he has ever had since he
has, been farming. He is already
through chopping and his cotton is
looking exceptionally fine. Mr.
Burkhalter lias his last year's cot
ton still on "hand and was offered
.15 cents for the bulk of it' last
. Lost : On the streets of Edgefield
Friday afternoon,.gold pen, crescent
shape with three pearls. ' Finder
will please leave at The Advertiser
Hon. Calvin W. Garr?s, of Den
mark, spent Monday night in town
Mr. Garr?s is now a candidate for
congress from the . second district.
-Ile expi*e8ses liimself as being very
hopeful of his chances for election.
He is opposed by the incumbent,
Mr. -Patterson, and by Solicitor
Byrnes of Aiken.--Walteib?ro
Press" and Standafd.
, The remainder of our ladies' coat
suits in white . and colored reps,
white and colored linen, brown lin
en and fancy weaves to close out at
Sales ladies' for correct shapos in
the American lady corsets.-Adv.
Misses Carrie and Georgia Burk
halter were -among the visitors in
Edgefield Friday last.
, Mr. W. E. Hoi s ton was in Edge
field last week on business connect
ed with the Georgia Cotton Oil Co.
Mr. John T. Faulkner spent Sun
day in Edgefield. He is always cor
dially greeted by his friends.
Mr. O. L. Dobson came up from.
Augusta to spend Sunday last with
his mother, Mrs. Emma Dobson.
Miss Lula Wright, a very charm
ing young lady who resides near
Johnston, is the guest of Mr; and
Mrs. N. M. Jones.
Mr. R. J. Stewart of Rockton,
S. C., spent several'. days in Edge
field last week with his son, Mr. J.
Mrs.. Louise Robertson, of Au
gusta, accompanied by her two little
daughters, is visiting her sister,
Mrs. W. A. Byrd, and uncle, Mr.
W. W. Adams.
Little William Fuller Byrd rouses
the family to see the comet, and if
he is as prudent and temperate as
his fond father, he will be among
the few who will see it a second
Mr.J?rland? Sheppard returned
jVIonday night from Greenwood,
where he' spent several days attend
ing the annual meeting of the board
of trustees of Connie Maxwell Or
Miss Eliza McCullough has com
pleted the. full course at the Scarritt
Bible and Training School of Kan
sas City and has come home to re
main for the summer. Her friends
are very happy over her return.
. - . /
Dr. L. R. Gwaltney returned to
Rome Tuesday morning. Before he
came all of Edgefield 'was hopeful
that he would spend several weeks
among us. We shall look forward
to his return next year.
Rev. R. G. Shannonhouse is the
Burbank of Edgefield. He not only
has the earliest and best garden but
his garden contains plants and veg
etables that hitherto have never been
grown in Edgefield. It is indeed
wonderful how plants respond to
his magic touch.
Thc Edgefield Baptist Sunday
school convention will meet at Red
Hill on Wednesday July 20th.
Messrs. P. H. Bussey, J. D. Hugh
ey, W. D. Holland Rev. J. T. Lit
tlejohn, Dr. C. E. Burts and several
others met in the office of Mr. A. S.
Tompkins Saturday morning and
arranged the program, which will
be printed on leaflets for distribu
The/Fdgefield Rifles will encamp
it Chickamauga from July 21st to
30th. " All who desire to go on this
encampment must, attend the meet
ings of the company in order that a
creditable appearance may be made.
Edgefield Riflemen, rally to the
support of your officers, do as they
iirect, and Edgefield will bear off
the honors on encampment.
The Edgefield Rifles art repre
sented.at the target practice in Co
lumbia this week by Capt. W. C.
Tompkins, Capt. W. A. Collett, Roy
Armtield, Francis Sheppard, James
Turner, C. B. Key and D. B. Prui
tt. The one who makes the highest
score will get to the shooting con
test soon to be held in Charleston.
Capt. J. .-Maxwell Richardson, of
Aiken, candidate for Adjutant and
inspector General, spent Monday in
Edgefield shaking hands with his
friends. Having descended from
m old Edgefield family, Mr. Rich
ardson is really an Edgefield man
md will receive a flattering vote in
this county. He will make a good
jflicer if elected.
Rev. J. P. Mealing has been
imong the visitors in Edgefield du
ring the past week. H? is always
most affectionately greeted by his
Edgefield friends who regret that he
makes his visits so short. Rev. Mr.
Mealing came primarily this time to
be with his Mife-long friend Dr. L.
R." Gwaltney. The devotion that
exists between these two venerable
servants of God is indeed beautiful.
The work of the Baptist church
at the Mill is prospering under the
leadership of Rev. P. B. Lanham.
He is gradually getting the church
thoroughly organized in all depart
ments. As a result of the revival
services recently conducted bV Revs.
Lanham and Littlejohn there were
twenty additions to the church,seven
of them by letters from other
Verily, ?a Wise Man.
Customer-Wei), well! Strawber
ries on the market already! How
Dealer-Seventy-five cents a box.
Customer-Ah! You may give
rae a nickel's worth of sour pickles.
They cost, less and taste about the
For Sale : One good plug mare,
free driver, good style, also one good
mule. Apply to
Edgefield, S. C.
If you want laces and embroidery
to match-in big varieties make for'
: ' Death of Mrs. Freeland.
Mrs.' Edna Freeland, widow of
the late James Freeland, died at
Plum Branch Sunday last, the fu
neral being held Monday morning.
This saintly lady had passed her
80th. year, and realized that her
probation upon earth had been fin
ished. Her Master had a place for
her up higher, and she is p.ow with
Will Have Fine Fish Pond.
Messrs. B. F. Zimmerman, W.
H. Hading, W. B. Cogburn, J.
Wm. Thurmond, W. W. Adams
and J. D. Mathis have purchased
the Baynham mill tract below Tren
ton, better known as the old Brandt
mill pond tract, containing 150
acres, the price being ?1,500. The
new owners will at once erect a
dam and in a few years will have
one of the best fish ponds in the
county. Tliey also purpose growing
asparagus upon a large scale.
Mr. Hill's Seven-Top Wheat.
When Mr. Henry Hughes Hill
came from Idaho early last fall he
brought a peck of seven-top wheat
with him and sowed it on about a
quarter, of an acre of land. He is
experimenting with this very pro
lific variety to see whether our soil
and climate are suited to its growth.
Those who have seen the wheat es
timate the yield at about 40 bushels
per acre, but, of course, like all oth
er grain, it was injured by the
drought. The outcome of Mr. Hill's
experiment will be watched with
The following is a copy of invita
tions that have just been issued to the
marriage of two widely beloved Edge
field young people :
Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard
requests the honor of your presence
at the marriage of her daughter
Mr. James Boatwright Kennerly
on the evening of Tuesday, the seventh
nineteen hundred and ten
. at nine o'clock
All Teachers Re-elected
The announcement that all of the
teachers of the Edgefield Graded
School have been re-elected for an
other session will be pleasing infor
mation to the patrons of tjie school.
In addition to the six teachers who
have labored so faithfully in the
past, Miss Lillie May Bailey has
been elected for the next session,
making seven teachers, in all. Edge
field is peculiarly blessed in having
such a strong corp of conscientious,
painstaking, efficient teachers. We
seriously doubt if any other town in
the state oflikesize has such excellent
graded school advantages as Edge
field. These faithful teachers can
not be commended too highly for
their services. Parents, when .you
chance to meet these ladies tell
them how you appreciate their work
as teacher. It will encourage them
and stimulate them to do even bet
ter next year.
Bought Controlling Interest in
Mr. J. B. Norris and hisson,
Mr. George R. Norris, have pur
chased a controlling interest in the
Columbia Savings Bank and Trust
Company, lt is capitalizad at
$200,00<Vof which ?100,000 is held
as a trust fund. The "bank has a
surplus of ?37,000. It has not yet
been announced who will be chosen
president of the bank under the new
management, but has been stated
that Mr. J. B. Norris and his son
Mr. George R. Norris will engage
actively in banking. These gentle
men have been identified with a
number of large commercial and fi
nancial interests since locating in
Columbia some years ago, and their
Edgefield friends congratulate them
upon their good fortune in acquiring
the controlling interest in one of
Columbia's leading banks.
The Cause of Many
. There is a disease prevailing in thia
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden
deaths are caused
by it-heart dis
heart, failure or
apoplexy are often
the result of kid
ney disease. If
kidney trouble is
allowed to advance
ed blood will at
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of j
the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in
the urine, head ache, back ache, lame
back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous
ness, or the kidneys themselves break
down and waste away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles almost always result |
from a derangement of the kidneys and
better health in that organ is obtained
quickest by a proper treatment of the kid
neys. JSwamp-Root corrects inability tc
hold urine and scalding pain in passing it,
and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to go often through
the day, and to get up many times during
the night. The mild lind immediate effect
of Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
is soon realized. It stands the highest be
cause of its remarkable health restoring
properties. A trial will convince anyone.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles. You may have a
sample bottle and a book that tells all
about it, both sent free by mail. Address,
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
When writing mention reading this gen
erous offer in this paper. Don't make
uny mistake, but remember the name,
Swaaip-Ruot, and don't let a dealer sell
you something in place of Swamp-Root
if you do you will be disappointed.
Mrs. Nettie Strother Dead;
y s Batesburg, May- 23.-Special :
Mrs. Nettie^ Strother died at her
home here to-day,, after ? long and
painful illness. She was the widow
of the late Dr. E. F. 'Strother. Mr's.
Strother was " one ' of the first resi
dents of Batesburg. She waa a lady
of refinement and was noted for her
charming disposition, and her great
solitude for the young people. She
is survived by an only son and one
brother, Col. E. Folk Strother, of
this place,, and Capt. E. H. Folk,
The Civic League.
In his-remarks incident to the
presentation of the certificates to
the boys and girls who had cora.-*
pleted the graded school course, Mr.
A. S. Tompkins, as a^rnstee of the
graded school, thanked the ladies
of the Civic League. for the work
tliey have done in beautifying the
school grounds. These ladies have
labored faithfully to improve the
college campus and-^ deserve the
thanks of the entire community.
OU? people should co-operate with
them in what they undertake for
the public good.
Fresh shipment of cakes and fan
cy crackers just received.
/ ' B. Timmons.
Cold Water Paints for freshening
your walls. All colors.
""Large assortment of perfumery
and toilet water.
I am now carrying on the photo
graph business at my residence.
First-class work guaranteed.' I will
make large crayon portraits from
photographs. , I
R. H. MIMS.
Another car lo^ad of Pittsburgh
Perfect Fence just received-any
height you want. Now is the time
to rebuild your pasture fences. Use
Pittsburgh wire and you will have
no more fence troubles.
Stewart & Kernaghan.
Nunnally's celebrated candy by
f . Penntfc Holstein.
. Have you seen Stuart's clipping]
machines. Call at our store and ex
amine them-just what you have
Stewart & K?rnaghan.
Ice tea tumblers ?1.00 a dozen at j
' W. E. Lynch & Co.
Beautiful iron and enameled beds
just what you need.
Ramsey & Jones.
No doubt your Li
More than half of all s
deaths are caused by ins
Don't neglect your liv
"-"good for nothing," ii
It is a thorough curat
Disease, Dropsy, Gravel
and urinary organs. If ;
Kidneys. It regulates t
puts you on your feet.
Prolonged Her Lil
I have used Dr. Hil
Life for the Liver and
neys for a good many 3
and feel that it has prole
my life. It is the best
medicine I have ever t
and I could not do withoi
-Mrs. S. C. Haynes,
dale, S. C.
Your druggist can sup
Life for the Liver and ?
pose; old and tried'; nevi
- The 1
Many mixtures are offered s
as substitutes for Royal*
None of them is the s amelia composition
or effectiveness? so wholesome and eco
nomical, nor will make such fine food.
Royal ls the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ot Tartar
F?ll assortment of "Blue Ribbon'
extracts, the best on the market.
Try a can of our Kabob Brand
June peas. They never fail to please
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Very large assortment of iron
and enameled beds. Will be pleased
to show you.
Ramsey & Jones.
Fitzmaurice's 3-Arch Store
Columbia, S. C
Dry goods, Notions, Cloth
ing, Millinery, Matting,
Art Squares and Rugs
To our friends in Edgefield we wish to call their attention to the above depart
ments which are carried in this store and are absolutely guaranteed to give sat
isfaction or your money back. When in Columbia step in and'we will be glad to
show you through or will be pleased to send quotations on any of the above lines
and samples. Any purchase that amounts tc $4.00 and upwards will be sent to
your express office free of charge.
A beautiful line of skirts, N. Chiffon Panama & Voiles $4.95 to 12,00, f
A full line of gingham-Chambray dresses nicely trimmed and made at $3.75
and $3.95. Silk underskirts guaranteed $4.00 to $5.00. Heather bloom skirts
from $1.00 to $2.50. The rustling kind. Afine 36-inch black taffetta at $1.00
The regular $1.50 quality. A splendid lot of art squares 9x12 anH *"v9 in wilton
velvets and body brussels at special reduced prices $10.00 t** ?025.00 . Orien
tal.matting. Art squares 9x12 only $4.50. Send us a trial order and we will do
the righi: thing by you. No better s,tore and a very few as good. Let us prove
what we have said. A swell line of shirt waists in lingerie at only $1 00 ;
the $1.50 kind
McCall patterns in stock at a moment's notice. The largest pattern stock in
the state. Get your nice hat when in Columbia. Lower prices for better goods
is the way we doit. We have almost everything you want in this big store
Columbia, S. C.
i Feeling Out of Sorts?
ver and Kidneys are out of order. Take Dr. Hilton's Life
for the Liver and Kidneys
sickness is caused by a derangement of the liver and kidneys, At least half the
ittention to these vital organs.
er and kidneys. You feel tired and worn out, have no energy and little ambition
LS you say. The trouble is that your, liver and kidneys are not working as they should
eed Dr. Hilton's Life for the Liver and Kidneys
ive agent in all cases of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Biliousness, Bright's
, Rhematism and all disorders ^rising from a diseased condition pf the liver, kidneys
you are weak and debilitated, cr nervous, take Dr. Hilton's Life for the Liver and
he entire system, invigorates the system, invigorates the body, purifies thc blood,
It is pleasant to take, mild and certain in its effects.
SOME IT HAS BENEFITTED
Has Sold it for Years
"I consider Dr, Hilton's
Life for the Liver and Kid
neys the best liver medicine I
have ever taken. Have sold
it for years and have never
had a complaint."-T. A.
Lockman, Glendale, S. C.
Rhode Island Testmfony
"I pronounce it the best I
have ever used. Please send
me two (2) dozen of the large
bottles." ?- J. N. Pearce,
Providence, R. I.
From Afar Deleware
1 'I have used your liver and
Kidney medicine tor indiges
tion and feel that it did rae
lots of good. It is pleasant^
and sure laxative, and I get
quick relief from it, and com
mend it to all my friends."
Edward H. Beck, Middleton,
?ply you at 25c, 50c and $I.oo a bottle. Don't except anything "just as good."
kidneys is Dr Hilton's, a distinguished physician's prescription for a specific pur
er fails to cure. Prepared and guaranteed by
ie Company, Columbia, South Carolina
FORMERLY OF SP?RTANBURG, S. C.
Murray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C., Distributors