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"WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1911
Office, No, 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Mrs. John R. Scurry joined the
Baptist church by letter on Sunday
Wanted: Ten young cows.fresh
to pail. Apply to M. T>. Lyon*,
Edgefield, S. C.
Mr. P. B. Scurry and'son "George,
of Saluda, were the guests of Miss
Ella Scurry one day last week.
Editor Bailey of The Johnston
News-Monitor and little daughter |
Nellie, were -visitors ""here- last week.
% Mr. /and Mrs. Lewis HolmeE;
of Philippi . visited Mrs. F. F.
' <Miss Kellah Fair is visiting rela
tives in i>eecb Isla;id and Augusta
Miss- Pennie Mailden, of Laurens,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. W.
, Mrs.Henry Forrest, of Johnston,
visited her sister, "Sirs. P. R. Wates
. Mrs. Rosa John, of Birmingham,
Ala., is; visiting her sister, Mrs. J.
M. Cobb. . .. ;?
Mrs. K CL' Brown.bas returned to
ner home in' Greenville, after a
pleasant visit to, her mother and sis
ters in Edgefield.
The friends of Dr. J. T. Pattison I
will regret tQ leam that he was |
stricken on Saturday with paralysis,
and is quite sick at ?is home. '
Mr. J. U. Rives left on Friday
for Alabama to close up matters of .)
th?- Rives estate, ol' which he is ad
. .?? ?
/ 'Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Fowler, Miss]
Elbert* ^Jan4^a^l.rMrs. B.. H..
Edge??l?r v,4"*"s . ~
Revv -jGilJe; pie was one -of |
the guests at the birthday dinner of
Mr? Mss?L'^adgsit,^ pf Trenton on |
^Saturday' last. ,.
.: The (^vm;^Leagui3?. will meet at
l|he college on Friday afternoon of
.'.this week, and wiii be entertained
.by Mrs. F. ?. 'K. B*iley.N
f| FprRejitj .Thrc? rooms, nearj
'Ith? coHege.-Apply to Mrs. Mattie
iiMorgan., ;-." .> -. .-,
* Let all "die people go out to. the ]
J-tobertE. Lee celebration on Fri
. $ayJ?rthe, courthouse, and help the
'^Daughters of 'the Confederacy to j
33c honor to . the- "herods of the past.
r Saturday at IO a. m. the Corner
?Store's embroidery ?ale. Values up
to 35 cents to ?:O . at 10 cents the
yard. The Corner Store.
Mr. Calhoun Mays, whom we re
cently announced would locate at
North Augusta, has decided to re
main in Edgefield- at 'least fer the
present, and has begun lae practice
>of laV-vfeere; -J ?a>?*
. Don't forget the oyster supper to
he given by the. Daughters of Con
federacy in the public library build
r incr on the afternoon and evening
of Friday, January 27th.
. . Mr. O'Hara has some very satis
factory group-pictures of the county
teachers association, which, he has
for sale at twenty-five cents each.
Call or send for one.
Mr. Gillespie, of Pickens, S. C.,
?8 visiting his son, Rev. L. D. Gil-1
lespie in Edgefield. We are glad ]
.that Mr. Gillespie is here that he
may see- for himself the esteem .in
which his son is held among the
. whola people of Edgefield.
Do.you need a new hat? If so,
D0fw'?8 the time.'to.s?ve money. We.
are QtTeringall of our hats-ranging |
from 50 cents to $3.00-at a sweep
ing reduction of 10 per cent. ^
DunoVaht & Co.
Among the guests at the teachers
reception on last Saturday, were
Mrs.C F. Pechman, Mrs. Tillman
Denny and Mrs. J. A.. Dobey, of I
Johnston, Mrs. D. T. Mathis of
Colliers, and Mrs. S. T. Adams of j
Mr. Charlie Sossaman who is so
well remembered aa the little son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Sossaman
who resided in Edgefield several
years ago, has been on a yisit to his
' cousin, Mrs. B. Timmons this week,
now grown to man's estate.
For Rent: .Two pottages con
taining five; rooms each on Bun
combe steeet near the public square,
also a cottage containing seven
rooms on the Ninety Six road, just
beyond thertown limits. The ratter
premises have a servant's house,
well pf water, stable, good garden
and two small lots. Apply to
D. S: DuBose,
Edgefield, S. C.
We are now offering a ten per
cent redaction on our entire stock of
shoes. We can fit any member of
the family in every-day or dreBs
shoes. Better call at once before
the sizes are broken. Our shoes
are made by the leading-manufac
turers and are right in quality and
mt . ? - - -v- ; -Runpyant & Co.
'Pr.--C. E.-Burts has not yet an
nounced his decision concerning the
call to the first Baptist church of
Saturday at 10 a. m.. the Corner
Store's embroideryjsale. Values up to
35 cents to go at 10-cents the yard.
The Corner Store.
The Hon. Jerome H. Courtney is
alert for whatever will promote the
agricultural interests of his consti
tuency. He introduced a resolution
callirjg on congress to press for a
settlement of the German potash
controversy, which was unanimous
ly adopted by the House.
For Rent: The Harrison house
of seven rooms on Columbia street,
barn and outbuildings, also three
rooms in the Parker building. Ap
M. C. Parker.
Mr. T. B. Lanham now of Medi-/
na, Ohio, conducted the services in
the Baptist church on Sunday morn
ing, and talked to the young people
of the sunbeam society on Sunday
Mr. Lanham 3 work - has been at
tended with continued success, and
his talk on Sunday morning was
very interesting, and was heard by
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Broadwater
left last Saturday for Greenwood,
where they will make their future
Mr. A. F. Mixon, superintendent
of the oil mill here, was painfully
hurt Tuesday afternoon by having
his foot crushed in a conveyor, at
the mill. ' It is very probable that
be will go to his home in Tenaille,
Ga., some time during this week, as
he will be unable to work for sever
al weeks. We hope for Mr". Nixon
a speedy" recovery.
See the Corner Store's npecial
shoe sale in east window. Worth
up to $3.5.0 to go at $1.50 per pair.
The Corner Store.
The Clark's Hill neighborhood,
so said one of the distinguished
visitors at the teachers luncheon on
Saturday, has recently bestowed the
following name on one of the little
ladies <0? eblbr :%no has recently a>;
rived there: "Am?rica Ann Beauty
Spot, Georgia turkey, touch me
, Oysters Galore!
- In order tb raise funds to meet
the expenses of their work, the
members of the Edgefield Chapter,
JJ. D. C., will sell oysters iii the
rooms of the public library-old Y.
M. C A. hall-on the afternoon and
evening of Friday, January 27th>
The ladies twill, provide the finest
Noriplk~oysters;in great abundance
and'willj serve; them - in Waldorf/
Astoria style but at reasonable
prices* They mean to serve gen?r
ously helped plates of real oysters
and not salted and peppered Park
water with oyster flavor.
We urge the people to encourage
these patriotic ladies, for this mon
ey will go to a noble and useful
i The efficient president of the
Edgefield Chapter, Mrs. J. D. Hol
stein, is untiring in her efforts to
make the ' occasion a grand success,
and everyone that possibly could
should^ attend' thc supper.
Bear in mind the time and place
and be on hand with a well filled
S Rounds Is Coming. J
H. 0. Rounds and his all-star
specialty company, including his
celebrated orchestra, is the next ly
ceum attraction for Edgefield. The
date set for this high class enter
tainment is February 3, 1911.
Mr. L. S. Eernaghan,. the mana
ger of the lyceum system here, has
always endeavored to give the peo
ple first-class entertainments, but
this will. surpass anything in this
line that has ever been in EdgeiSeld.
They are . America's greatest in
music, song and story. Such an
array of artists. waS_never before as
sembled in one' company-violin
clarinet-; cornet- French horn
Herbert O. Rounds, the manager
of this company, U an eminent
English baritone, with voice of
wondrous breadth and power-the
man with a laugh-a fun promoter.
Audiences from Boston-New
York-Washington and Philadel
phia to San Francisco, Portland,
Seattle in cities large and small
have been delighted during) past
years-^-and it is better today-mirth
and music closely intermingled . by
au artist's hand and presented by
artists upon all manner of instru
ments and things.
Tickets on sale at Stewart & Ker
Edgefield Rifles, Attention!
The annual inspection of the
Edgefield Rifles will take place the
2nd day of March,. 1911.
Captain Tompkins and the other
officers of the company, who have
always endeavored to maintain a
high standard of military, are put
ting forth every effort to get the
company in ship shape. And it is
earnestly hoged that each member
will put his 'shoulder to the' wheel"
and help getv the company up to
the usual standard. The next meet
ing of the company is scheduled for
^morrovy nig* \-Thursday, .Jan. .JJ).
State Treasurer Jennings Makes
Several days ago, the state treas
urer gave out a statement to the
dajly papers criticising several of
the county treasurers for their tard
iness in remitting state funds, in
cluding Edgefield county among
Mr. James T. Miras, the treasurer
of this county, knowing that he had
made the proper remittances, and
that the state treasurer was in error,
called the latter up over the tele
phone, and demanded an explana
tion. The State treasurer not only
apologized through the public prints,
but wrote Mr. Mims the following
personal letter also:
Jan. 12, 1911.
Mr. Jas. T. Mims, County Treas
urer, Edgefield, S. C.
My Dear Sir: After the statement
made by you this morning over the
'phone, we are due you an apology,
and regrtt exceedingly that we havs
unintentionally done you an injus
tice. If you had only stated that
your last remittance was in excess
of the amount due, your County
would not have appeared in our let
ter to the Comptroller General, but
on the contrary, it would have been
our pleasure to have given you pub
lic credit for your assistance to this
Department in taking care of the
State's interests. Haying received
.your check previous to the heavy
tax paying period we naturally sup
posed that you must have had some
State funds on hand January 1st,
and up to the 10th we had not had
We beg to again thank you for
your help,.and express our regrets
that your County appeared in the
letter. Acoept our apology please,
and continue to help us when you
Very truly yours,
R. H. Jennings,
Union Meeting. /
The union meeting of the first
division of the Edgefield association
will meet with Mountain Creek
church Saturday and Sunday, Jan
uary 2o>29. ...... ;.v.
}?:O?^;>m. ':. Devotional exercise's
by the' moderator.
Enrollment of delegates and ver
baT're'ports from churches.
1st Query-How to deal with
church members. J M Rambo, F P
Rush; O Sheppard, Rev. P P Bl?
Is spiritual life and power in
creasing or decreasing in our ch ure li
es. D L Burnett, R T Strom, A S
Tompkins, Re ?. S R Barr, Prof.
3. The things most necessary and:
-conducive to best results in oUr pro
tracted meetings. J D Kemp, W W
Fuller, Prof. FN K Bailey, Dr. C
E Burts:-, f f
4. Scriptural teachings concern:
ing stewardship of talents and pos
sessions. Lundy Coleman, W L
Johnson, D N Timmerman, Rev.
DW Heckle. . %
11:00 a. m. Duty of church mem
bers to Sunday scnool, J F Ouzts,
Jr., J L Mims,: Prof. Entzminger,
Rev. G H Burton.
12 Missionary sermon by Dr. C
E Burts or Rev. S R Bass.
2,30. The laymen's movement. O
Sheppard, Prof. F N K Bailey, Dr.
? E Burts?
Names of the Teachers.
The following teachers attended
the Teachers Association and the
Luncheon on Saturday at the! home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mims: '
Miss Maggie Reel, Lott School;
Mrs. Mattie M. Bradley, Clark's
Hill; Miss Daisy Lyon, Bethlehem
School; Mr. George Lever, Horn's
Creek; Mrs. W. J. Gaines, Glen
.dale School; Miss Mary Emma
Byrd, Pleasant Lane; Miss Isabel
Lathan, Morgana; Miss Earline Al
len, Centre Spring; Miss Pauline
Byrd, Limestone; Miss Robbie
Jones, Antioch; Misses Louise Lyon
and Mabel Strom, Red Hill school;
Mrs. Maggie McDaniel, Red Oak
Grove; Miss Eileen Ouzts, Flat
Rock; Misses Juddie Fanning and
Dorothy Bull, Colliers: Miss Do
rothy Miller, Bethany; /Miss Clare
Wingo, McEendree; Miss Lula
Q uar les, South Elmwood; Misses
Sophie and Marie Abney, Beaver
Dam Mills; Miss Leila McCreary,
Prescott; Misses Bessie Steward,
Katherine Boulware, Miss Eva
Rushton, Miss Agnew and Miss
Mayson, Johnston High School;
President F. N. K. Bailey, Prof.
J. K. Breedin, Prof. P. P.
Burns, Capt. R. B. Cain, Mrs.
H. N. Greneker, Prof. and Mrs.
J. F. Entzminger, juiss Lillie
May Bailey, Miss Minnie Dicks
of the S. C. C. I.; Miss Liz
zie Warren, Harmony; Miss Julia
Trezvant, Ropers; Mr. Kizer, Barr's
Lecture by Dr. W?lling of Mc
Kendree, Illustrated by Mag
ic Lantern Pictures.
Rev. J. W. W?lling of Allendale,
S. C., will deliver a leoture at Mc
Kendree church, Tuesday night the
24th of January. Thia lecture will
be for the benefit of McKendree
church. Refreshments will be serv
ed from four o'clock to seven thir
ty, when the lecture illustrated by
a magic lantern will begin.
Dr. W?lling is a distinguished
lecturer and has spent several years
in Brazil. The public is cordially
'invitee*. . 7-\--r*:yX?Z?h*
: Union Meeting. *
The union meeting of the third
division will- convene with Modoc
Baptist church. January ~28th and
29th. . .' " ...
> 10:30'Devotional exercises; con
ducted by, moderator.
11:00' Enrollment of delegates
and verbal reports from churches.
1st Query-What bb o?ld be our
attitude as Christians tpwardfi law
lessness? J C Harvelyy S T Adams,
2nd Query-In what sense in God
with Christian nations to-day, and
how is this shown?1 O 0 Tirnmer
man, T G Talbert, D N Dorn.
Adjourn ?t 12:30 for one and a
half hours for dinner. ?. '
3rd Query-H a -, man honestly
thinks he is on the right road will
he be condemned? O,; D White,
Daniell, Jr., L.G Bell. !
4th Query-If our people knew
the Bible better, how would it
effect us? H E Bunch, W R Legat,
W E Thurmond. ?A
10:00 Sunday' schdol exercises
conducted by superintendent of Mo
doc Sunday school;. r'
11:30 Missiona?y sermon by Rev.
L. B. White.
Adjourn one* and a half hours for
Afternoon exercises '.'devoted to
B. Y. P. U. work. "
1. What our union.should do this
year, paper by Mrs. Mamie Walker.
2. The advantage bf using the
B. Y. P. U,. quarterly'iii a union,
paper by Mrs. James Parks. v
3.' Our young people' and their
moral obligation to ^their communi
ty, paper by 'Miss ^eihbna Strom.
4. Why not discontinue our B.
Y. P. U. work ? ?ddress by Prof.
M. G. White.
Let rio such/
* CALHOUN A. MAYS
SD GEFIEL D, ;- S. C.
? -, ii ?.' '
/: Aerial Sacrifices.
Our progressive world is j ust en-.
tering on the age of flight. Avia
tors are learning at what a cost of
human life the conquest of the air
must be won. In a bingle year,
over thirty lives have been sacrific
ed, some through ambitious demon
stration, others in consequence of
imperfect mechanism, but aU as a
part of the price man has to pay in
every struggle with th? elemental
forces of nature before he is victor.
[ In every struggle for progress, life
is cast into the balance. It is an
inflexible law that nothing is to be
accomplished' that will W of value
to the world except through sacri
fice. In exploration, iii mechanics,
medicine, surgery, explosives, sub
marines, bridge-building? tunneling,
and in many other lines along which
man's ingenuity and-inventiveness
have led him to experiment, the
path is marked by sacrifice. Pri
vation, peril, death are all part of
the price the race must p?y for its
progress. Johnstone, Mbisaut, Hox
sey and the long list of those bird
men who have become victims of
the aeroplane, were worthy pio
neers, who showed us the way.
Thousands of others are ready to
take their places. ?yery failure
will be a stepping stone'to success,;
and the day will come when a jour
ney through the air in a perfect
machine, under constant control,
will be as safe as traveling by rail
or steamer. It is a great battle and
hazardous, but man will finally tri
umph, as he has done in innumera
ble other lines of human achieve
Notice of Final Settlement and
On the 20th day of January,
1911, in the office of Judge of Pro
bate, at Edgefield, South Carolina,
the undersigned will make a final
settlement on the estate of C. T.
Hammond, deceased, and will at the
same time apply for ja final dis
charge from his trust as. administra
tor of said estate.
4 t. L. R. Hammond.
AH. CORLE Y,; Surgeon
. Dentist; Appointments
at Trenton on .Wednesdays.
Crown and Bridge werk a
The County Treasurer's office will be j
open for the purpose of receiving, taxes
from the 15th day of Oct, 1910 to
the 15th day of March 1911, inclusive.
A penalty of one per cent will be
added to all unpaid taxes after the 1st j
day of January to the 31st of January
19il, of two per cent, from the 1st day
of February to the last day of Februa
ry 1911 and penalty of five per cent
from the firsc day of March to the 15th
day of March 1911.
The tax levies tor the year 1910 are
as follows : ^
For State purposes * 5} mills.
/ Ordinary County 4J "
" Cons. School tax 3 "
" Special County tax 1? "
" Bacon S. D. Special 2 "
" Edg?field S. D. "2 "
" Long Cane S. D. 3 "
" Liberty Hill S. D. 3 "
1 Johnston S. D. 3 "
" Collier S. D. 3 "
" Flat Rock S. D. 3 ' " .
"-Prescott S. D. " 3
" Plum Branch S. D. No. .I 3 ??
" White Town S. D. 3 i L" '
" Parksville.^. D. 3 "
"' Washingtons. D. 2 "
if R. R. Bonds Wise T's,p U "
" R.oR-.BondsPickens 3 "
" R. R. Bonds Johnston 3 44
44 R. R. Bonds Pine Grove 14 f's
44 R.R. Bonds Blocker 14 "
if 44 Bonds Town Edg?field J 44
" School Bonds 44 1 44
Town of Edg?field
" Corporation Purposes 9 " j
All male citizens between the ages
of 21 years and 60 years except those
exempt by law are liable to a poll tax
of one dollar each. A capitation tax
of 50 cents each is to be paid on all
The law prescribes that all male citi
zens between the ages of 18 and 50
years must pay a $2 commutation tax
or'work six days on the public roads.
As this is optional with the individual,
no commutation tax is included in the
property tax. So ask for road tax re
ceipt when you desire to pay road tax.
JAS. T. MIMS,
Co. Treas. E. C.
Cure Ydur Kieneys.
Do Not Endanger Life When an
Edg?field Citizen Shows
You the Cause.
Why will people continue to
suffer the agonies of kidney com
plaint, backache, urinary disorders,
lameness, headaches, languor, why
allow themselves to become ?hronic
invalids, when a certain cttre'is
offered them? Doan's kidney..pills is
the remedy'to use, because it gives
to the kidneys the help they need to
perform theif work.
If you have any, even one, of the!
symptoms of kidney disease, cure
yourself now, before diabetes, drop
sy or Eight's disease sets in. Read
this Edg?fl?ld testimony:
Walter D?rn, Cedar Row, Edge
field, S. -C., says: "I used Doan's
kidney pills and consider them to
be a; fine remedy; for an^ dTsorders I
arising ^ro'm' the Iddnneys. ' I was' a
victim of - kidney ^?onr?laint^folpa j
?png time andt my. .back often pained j
joe so severely'that I could ^hardly
do my work. The kidney secretions
also passed too f requently and were
unnatural. Upon learning of Doan's
kidney pills, I procured a box at j
Pienn & Holstein's drug store and
since using them, I have been free
from pain in my back and kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buf
falo, New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name-Doan's
arid take no other
I was never before better able to
take care of your eye glass work
thau I am at present^ My stock if
TT p1 i ^^^?8P^rl^^aD^ os^
am here all the time and can cor
rect anything about your glasses
that may for any reason be unsat-:
isfactory after the work is done.
This fact should appeal to you.
GEORGE F. MIMS, Optician
Edg?field, - - - S.C.
All persons indebted to. the es
tate of T. E. Jennings, deceased,
are requested to make payment to
the undersigned at once, and all per
sons holding claims against said
estate will present same duly at
tested to the undersigned for pay
A. V. Bussey,
R. J. Parks,
.'lt.*: . ?-? '..'j *' ' "
The State of South Carolina,
?o?nty of Edg?field.
By J. D. Allen, Probate Judge:
Whereas, J. W. Miller made suit |
to me, to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and ef
fects of Sherman Holloway, de-J
These Are Therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and Creditors of the said
Sherman Holloway, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in
the Court of Probate, to be held at
Edg?field, C. H., i. C., on the 1st
day February, next, after publica
tion hereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this, 14th
day of January, 1911.
J. D. Allen,
Jan. 18-2t Probate Judge.
Narrow Escape From
i . Surgeon's Knife
Mr& Margaret Lambest, a repro
duction of whose likeness appears
above, lives at 151 Broad street,
New Haven, Corni. Mrs. Lambert
recently had a narrow escape from
the surgeon's knife, regarding
which experience she says:
"For more than five
suffered from tJ
stomach trouble, from which I
could get no relief whatever,
case baffled all
. years I
the worst form of
the doctors. They
gave me no hop? at all, and finally
said my only chance lay in an op
eration. I experienced the utmost
ogony while undergoing an exami
nation. I dreaded the surgeon's
knife and was willing to do any
thing to avoid it.
"I was attracted by an advertise
ment of the Cooper remedies and
decided to give Cooper's New Dis.
co'very a trial. Within a week I was
feeling better, the' pain having sub
sided considerably. Continuing the
treatment I improved steadily, and
in two months' time was a well wo
"I can now eat anything I like
without feeling the least distress
afterward, and am enjoying better
health than I have had for, years. I
am deeply grateful for what Coop
er's New Discovery has done for
rae. It saved my life when the doc
tors had given me."
We are agents for Cooper's New
Discovery, the medicine which ac
complished so much for Mrs. Lam
bert. It has made a wonderful record
in all parts of the country.-(Penn
? Holstein. "
nX/IuLXosi db Horses
FOR SALE: A nice lot of young work horses and a few
mules at reasonable prices, at my home four miles north of
Edgefield on the Blocker road.
S. B. NICHOLSON, Edgefield,1 S. C.
We take this means of thanking
oup friends and patrons for the
liberal patronage accorded us
the past years, and
sta?^vthis the New Year washing
every one a most bright, happy
and prosperous 1911. We are
prepared to meet any competition
and will appreciate your inquiries
W. W. ADAMS & CO.
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