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of a cousin, and from there will go
to Atlanta to visit her sister, Mrs.
Orlando Sheppard, Jr.
Miss Daisy Sawyer, of Fairfax,
is the guest at the home of Mr. S.
. P. Sawyer: .
Mr. Fletcher Boyd spent last
week in Chester, and took part in
the Cantata which was given there
c uring fair week.
Miss Bertha Woodward has gone
to Aiken to accept a position with
a firm there as bookkeeper.
_ Miss Hortense Landrum, of
Batesburg was the guest of Miss
: Zena Payne during the past week.
Mrs. Thomas Gary has returned
J/to Bartow, Fla., after a month's
: stay at the home of her father, Mr.
W. P. Cassels.
Miss McElhenny, of High Point,
.N. C., arrived on Saturday to visit
her friend, Miss Dos ia Wertz, and
will be one of the maids at the
marriage of Miss Wertz which will
ocourr on Wednesday evening.
A large attendance is expected
here on Saturday at the chrysanthe
mum show, which will be held in
the Turner hall. Doors open at 12
o'clock, admission 10 cents. Turkey
dinner, ?and oysters will be served
in the hall. The parade which was
being arranged for the afternoon
will not be had.
DO IT NOW.
Edgefield People Should Not
Wait Until It is Too Ute,
lue appalling death-rate from
kidney disease is due in most cases
to the. fact that the little kidney
troubles are usually neglected until
they become serious. The slight
symptoms give place to chronic dis
orders and the sufferer goes g ra dual
- ly into the grasp of diabetes* drop
sy, Bright's disease, gravel or some
other serious form of kidney com
If you suffer from backache,
headaches, dizzy spells; if the kid
. Dey secretions are irregular of pas
sage and unnatural in appearance,
do not delay. Help the kidneys at
Doan's kidney pills are especially
for kidney disorders-they cure
where others fail. Over one hun
dred thousand people have recom
Here is one-of many cases in this
H B Sommer, Main street, Ai
ken, S. C., sayB: "I have been using
Doan's kidney pills during the past
few months and they have freed
roe from a pain in my back and a
dull, languid feeling that bad clung
to me for a long time.. I took this
remedy after others had failed
and the results have been so satis
factory that I heartily recommend
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buf
falo, New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name-Doan's
and take no other
James A. Dobey,
Johnston, S. C.
Office over Fanners Bank.Building
.EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Hf*Office over Post-Office.
laffer my services as surveyor-to
the people of Edgefield county. All
work_ carefully and satisfactorily
doa e. Rates reasonable.
J. H. Cantelou,
. Executor's Notice.
All persons having claims against
the estate of B. S. Holland, deceas
ed, are hereby requested to present
them to the undersigned, or to his
attorneys, Messrs. Sheppard Bros,
duly attested within thirty days
from this date and all persons in
debted to said estate are hereby re
quested to make payment, either to
tlie undersigned, or to his said at
torneys without delay; as it is my
purpose to settle the estate as soon
W. D. Holland,
Sheppard Bros., Attorneys.
New Roller Mill.
We desire to notify the public
that we have purchased the ma
chinery for a new roller mill and
will have it in operation by next
season. The mill will be strictly
modern in all of its appointments,
areconized merchant's mill; and
will not only give large yield of
flour but will turn out flour of su
The new mill will be of 50 barrel
capacity located two miles east of
Trenton at Smith's pond.
Fanners, you can now sow a
large acreage of wheat, as you will
no longer bave trouble in getting it
ground. We guarantee to give
W. H. Smith,
E. Nf Smith.
Sale of Real Est -*e.
Notice of Safe of Seal Estate, Belonging
to the Estate of the late R. J. John
son, Decaased, by Bis Heirs at
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned heirs at law and dis
tributees of the late R. J. Johnson,
deceased, will, on the 7th day of
November, A. D., 1910, the same
being the first Monday before the
court house door, at Edgefield
court house, S. C., at the hour of
ll o'clock, a. m. of said day, offer
for sale the following described
tracts of land, both being situate in
the county of Edgefield, in the
state of South Carolina, and be
longing to the late R. J. Johnson,
Tract No. 1 Containing 233 1-3
acres more or less, and bounded by
lands of T. L. Miller on the north;
on the east by lands of M. C. Jack
son and Mrs. Mary Middleton, on
the south by lands of Jas. E. Mil
ler, and on the west by lands of J.
L. Miller, D. T. Mathis and T. B.
Tract No. 2. Containing 220
acres more or less in Colliers town
ship, and bounded on the north by
lands of Alice S. Norris, on the
east by lands of the estate of R. J.
Johnston, deceased, on the south by
lands of W. E. Prescott and T. H.
Rainsford, and on the we?t by lands
of W. E. and L. H. Prescott.
Terms of sale cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
Mrs. Emma Johnson,
Mrs. Mattie J. Mundy,
Mrs. Anna West.
Heirs at law and distributees of R.
J. Johnson, deceased.
October 6th, 1910.
Notice of Election.
State of South Carolina,
County of judgefield.
Whereas there has been filed with
the county board of education of
Edgefield county, S. C., a petition
of more than one-third of the resi
dent electors and a like proportion
of the resident free holders of the
age of 21 years of the Trenton
school district No. 27 in said coun
ty and state asking an election in
said district for the purpose of vot
ing upon the question of levying
and collecting a special tax of two
mills on the dollar of all the taxable
property of said district to supple
ment the school fund of said dis
Ordered that T. P. Salter, M. M.
Padgett and T. J. Hunter as board
of trustees of said school district
are here ordered to hold an election
at J. M. Wise's furniture store in
the town of Trenton in said county
and state on Tuesday, the 8th day of
November, A. D., 1910,after giving
notice of the time and place of said
election in some newspaper publish
ed in said county and by posting
notices thereof in at least three (3)
public places in the said district for
two (2) weeks before said election.
At this election only such electors
as return real or personal property
for taxation and who exhibit their
tax receipts and registration certifi
cates as required in general elec
tions shall be allowed to vote. The
board of trustees shall act as mana
gers and the election shall be con
ducted as provided by law for gen
eral elections. At said election each
elector favoring the proposed
levy shall cast a ballot containing
the word "Yes" written or printed
thereon and each elector opposed
to said levy shall cast a ballot con
taining the word "No" written or
printed thereon. Within ten days
after such election if a majority of
those voting shall vote for such
levy the board of trustees shall fur
nish the county auditor with a state
ment of the amount so levied. The
polls shall open at 8 o'clock a. m.
and close at 4 p. m. and in all
respects compiy with section 1208
code of laws of South Carolina.
A. R. Nicholson, Supt.
G. F. Long,
Edwin H. Folk.
Members county board of education
Edgefield, S. C.
Notice of Election Trenton School Dis
trict No. 27. Special Tax.
Pursuant to the order of the coun
ty board of education in and for
Edgefield county, state of South
Carolina, an election will be held at
Wise's furniture store, in the town
of Trenton in the county of Edge
field state, of South Carolina, on
Tuesday, the 8th day oi: November,
A. D. 1910, for the purpose of vot
ng on the question of levying and
collecting a special tax of two mills
on the dollar of the taxable proper
ty of Trenton school district No.
27. In holding said eleotion the
terras of the above order of the
county board of education will be
M. M. Padgett, "
T. J. Hunter,
T. P. Salter.
Trustees Trenton school district
No. 27. Edgefield, S. C.
Trenton, S. C., Oct. 15, 1910.
Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer is appendi
citis with many victims. But Dr.
Dr. King's New Life Pills kill it
by prevention. They gently stimu
late stomach, liver and bowels, pre
venting that clogging that invites
appendicitis, curing, constipation,
headache, billionsne3S, chills, 25c at
WE Lynoh & Co., Penn & Hol
stein, B Timmons.
Proper Age to Wean Colts.
The age to wean a colt depends
largely on conditions. If the mare
is not working or is not in foal
again no hurry need be felt in wean
ing the colt, but ordinarily from
six to seven months of age is not
far from the most satisfactory time.
The feeding of the colt should
start when it is three or four weeks
old and while it is sucking the
mother, corn, oats, wheat bran and
any good, clean sweet hay ra.ty be
given. If this is done, there will be
no check in the growth of the colt
when weaned, but after it is de
prived of its mother's milk more
care must be taken in the selection
of its feeds.
At least one-half the hay should
he of some good legume, free from
dust and sw? at. The other half may
be corn fodder or any good grass
hay. For grain, corn, oats, wheat
bran, and after it is nine months or
a year old, cottonseed meal majr be
used. The corn should never form
more than one-third the grain ration
and the cottonseed meal not more
Let the colt run in pasture or lot
where it will get exercise, and if
good growth is expected, feed during
the first winter, at least, all of these
feeds it will eat up clean, three
times a day. Salt should be kept be
fore the colt all thc time. Ordinary
salt kept in a box in the stable is
probably best. If a tablespoonful of
hardwood ashes be given once a day
it is thought by some to do good in
s tpplying extra material for bone
Be certain to avoid allowing the
colt to become infested with lice.
Good, regular grooming, with a
brush only, is also of much benefit.
Saves An Iowa Man's Life.
The very grave seemed to yawn
before Robert Madsen, of West
Burlington, Iowa, when, after sev
en weeks in the hospital, four of
the best physicians gave me up.
Then was shown the marvelous
curative power of Electric Bitters.
For af ter eight months of frightful
suffering from liver trouble and yel
low jaundice, getting no help from
3ther remedies or doctors, five bot
;lef? of this matchless medicine cur
jd him. It is positively guaranteed
:or stomach, liver or kidney troub
es and never disappoints. Only 50c
it Penn & Holstein, W E Lynch &
Do., B Timmons.
Fresh Candy Daily.
Fresh candies of all kinds made
ivery day. French candies fresh by
?xpress. Give us a call and you will
ie pleased with our absolutely pure,
Edgefield Candy Kitchen,
See the great CUB
FLY with his dazzlii
The Live Stoe
Are you intere
If you are, you wi
Do you love a
If you do you
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If you do, be su
Do you enjoy
IWithlots of good ?
Make your engage
Old Soldier Makes
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John Lynch, is an inmate of tho
Soldiers' Home at Monte Vista,
Colo. In a recent communication,
which he desires to he given the
widest possible publicity, he .says:
"Cooper's Kew Discovery medi
cine was- a Godsend to me, and J
am recommending it to my old com
rades in the home here. 1 had stom
ach and liver troubles for years. My
sleep was so broken that I never got
a good night's rest. My entire sys
tem became affected. I felt weak,
and tired out all the time, and was
declining rapidly in spite of treat
ment by doctors and other remedies
which I used. For twenty years I
took more or less medicine of vari
ous kinds, with little benefit.
"I was finally induced to try
Cooper's New Discovery, and it has
made me sound and well. There is
not a sign of liver nor stomach
trouble left, and I feel wonderfully
strengthened and invigorated."
All the vital organs, the blood
and nervous system, the reeuper.v
tive forces, are supported by th
stomach, which is therefore thc
conservator of life and Iv.',cl
When the stomach ]<<?> I icon :v?u*--?
ali sorts of disorders e . .< , mr
.vies nf most kinds .-ii:-' dao lr, d
rangementof ii ? rn? . ?? -. .?lg: -
lion a.n.i. ci., . ., ... ..:u .
common recuas. t!?? . . :.?..<:. ? . .
inactive, creating biliii ns?? .in<
worse* the bowels become constipa
ted, and their . :.'.!ure tn bus! liw.j
fecal:.tn?t?.er O?iscms rho ?r.tirc '-sy.-cl
tem. The kidneys ninci i?;iy the ?aeri
al ty of this neglect~sitfFi>ri);g and
disease soon gain control.
i f yonv health is not ali thal .
should be, get a trcatmem ol'Conj -
ci * ?sew Lhscovery at once,
delay; the g? r?is of disens
all the time. We arc agents for ti.
Cooper medicines.-(Penn & Hol
1 NOW IN OUR NEW STORE fi
1 706 Bread Street
S Our stock of silverware, decorated china, cut glass, gold and
s silver jewelry, diamonds, watches and silver novelties was never
Designs Are New
j* Everything is from the leading and most reliable manufacturers* '
s in the country. !)!
= Let us supply your needs. We have never been better equipped 5
= in every department, and what is best our prices are very reason- E
= able. Wc make a specialty of fine watch repairing. Satisfaction =
5 guaranteed. Will bo a pleasure lo shew you through our stock. ?I
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% 706 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA. %
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$100,000.00 to loan on ini!;rcvect tre . ' . T- ? C:--- ?r .
number of Acres and iir.prove..:tj.;s. .o . . : ... o " ?
years in tnis business exclusively. X?
JAS. FRANK & SON, :-: :-: :-: :-: Augusta, Ga. $ j
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TISS AEROPLANE and the IAN BIRD
ag, death-defying performance in tho air
k, Agricultural and Hortieul- jj
jthibits will please you
isted in Poultry?
ill see the greatest poultry show of
, your life
, Horse Race?
can't afford to miss this feature
re to see the Georgia-Clemson game
a good Midway? g|
shows. If you do you will s y ibis is j
best one you ever saw
Forget the dates
?ments now Meet us at the Big Fair j
nd have a good time
TWO If/IP LEMEHTS
The Farmers Need
When you buy an implement you want the
best, especially when you can ge} the best on the
market at a very reasonable price
want to call your especial
attention to Deere's Universal
hf.y nre not only strong, being made of the
i i1, but they are Adjustable and Rever
ies L-:ill a.id let us explain to you the advan
tages that 'he Deere harrows have over other har
rows on the market. Can furnish any disc.
THE DEERE STALK CUTTER
i< implement that is being appreciated and yal
IR-'? highly by farmers each succeeding year
r r advantage that this cutter offers is the
'H'i . lion of the jolting and jarring to both driver
and team. Heavy springs are so attached and ad
ji: ! cl as to break the force of the constant jolting
i 'h? blades. The Deere Stalk Cutters have
s'C'.-i h ames and can stand the roughest use.
We want to keep in close touch with the farm
ers ?nd ill always take gre at pleasure in explain
ing ? vcr}' detail o? the implements we sell.
ft should be the chief aim of the progressive
farmers to equip his farm with implements and
machinery that will minimize labor and at the
same time du the work in the best possible man
ner. We stand ready to co-operate with them in
accomplishing this purpose. Call to see us when
you come to Edgefield.
??cy"Ai? points for this plow that break will be
replaced with new ones.
art & Kernaghan,
Edgefield, South Carolina
THE ONE BEST
AIKEN COUNTY FAIR
Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 2,3,4, 5.
SIX BIG DAYS
No matter what other Fair you attend this year,
dont miss this one. You'll regret it if you do.
Fun galore for everybody.
SMITH'S GREATES SHOWS, includ
ing their big- Wild A nimal Show, are
among the attractions.
Meet me on the Midway where King
Carnival will hotd sway; something
doing all the time
Fairgrounds right on Trolley Line. Fine new
Rac3 Track. Handsome new Buildings
THREE DAYS HORSE RACING with
purses big euough to hsure good sport
Don't miss it.
The biggest and best Agricultural
Show, Poultry, Live Slock.
Come and Bring Your Friends, Enjoy Yourself.
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