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The union meeting of the third
division will convene with the Plum
Branch Baptist church, April 29th
10:30 Devotional exercises con
ducted by moderator.
11:00 Enrollment of delegates and
verbal reports from churches.
1st Query-Who are in fault for
the slack discipline in our churches,
the members or the pastor? Hamp
Parks, M G White, H E Bunch.
2nd Query-How shall we in
crease our numerical strength in our
meetings? V. HBussey, T G Tal
bert, J C Harvely.
Adjourn at 12:30 for 1 hour for
3nl Query-Though surrounded
by temptations, is there any excnse
for our entering into1 them? J M
Bussey, L G Bell, B M Bussey.
4th Query-The power of prayer.
Dan Bell, Jr., S T Adams.
10:00 Sunday school exercises
conducted by superintendent; of
Plum Branch Sunday school.
11:30 Missionary sermon by Rev.
T H Garrett.
Adjourn one and one half hour
Afternoon exercises devoted to
B. Y. P. U. work.
1st-Training in speech about
Christian things, paper by D N
2nd-Training for initiative in
church work, paper by Miss Mae
3rd-Tie relation of the B. Y, P.
U. to the Bible doctrines, paper by
B M Bussey. *
4th-The relation of* the B. Y.
P. U. to missions. Paper by Miss
Annie May McKie.
Not onlyjthe appointees, out the
brethren in general are urgently re
quested to come prepared to discuss
Jno. G. McKie,
The union meeting of the first
division of the Edge?eld association
will meet with Bold Spring church
Saturday and Sunday, April 29th
11:00 a. ra. Devotional exercises
cou. acted by the moderator.
Enrollment of delegates and ver
bal reports from churches.
1st Query-What is the true mis
sion of a church ? Lealand Talbert,
W L Johnson, R M Bell, Rev. D
2nd Query-The importance of
good singing in the church*. J M
Rambo, Lundy Coleman, Prof. J F
Entminger, Rev. P P Blalock, J L
3rd Query-What are some of the
evidences of true religion, and how
will they manifest themselves in the
life of church members. D L Bur
nett, R T Strom, O Sheppard, Rev.
G H Burton.
, 4th Query-Should children be
urged to become Christians. J F
Ouzta, Jr., G D Bell, A S Tomp
kins, Dr. G W Gardner.
5th Query-How and why should
a Christian grow in grace and in
knowledge? C C Fuller, J D Kemp,
Prof. FNK Bailey, Rev. P B Lan
11:00 a. m. Duty of church mern- =
hers to Sunday school. S P Wright,
O Sheppard, Rev. G H Burton. (
12:00 Missionary sermon by Rev. j
P P Blalock or G W. Gordon. .
2:30 Some reasons why I believe
in missions. R T Strom, O Shep- '.
pard, Rev. D W Heckle, H ? Gra- ]
ham, Rev. P B Lanham.
I was never before better able to
take care of your eye glass (work '
thangi am^ at"present. My stock if <
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
Edgefield, - - - S.C. i
Never Out of Work.
The busiest little things ever
made are Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Every pill ja a sugar-coated <
globule of health, that changes :
weakness into strength, languor into ;
energy, brain fag into mental pow
er; curing constipation, headache,
chills, dyspepsia, malaria. Only 25c
at Penn <fc Holstein's, W E Lynch
& Co., B Timmons.
. I have a splendid jack that will
stand during the season at my farm
one mile from McKendree. Terms 1
$10 to insure. Castrating done by '
safest and best method, also dehorn 1
cattle. Anyone wishing me can 1
write me at Pleasant Lane.
J. C. Buzhardt.
We have received a large assort
ment of cut glass and sterling silver
by express. Just-what you will want
for a wedding present. The designs
are new, original and very beauti
ful. And best of all, marked at very
Penn & Holstein.
let us fill your o
cial fertilizers of a
carrying a full
brands and formula
a full assortment of
mixing your own fe
We can also supp
as a top dressing fi
oats and your cotton
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We sell HartSchaftners and Marx
Clothes the best made write us for a
suit,F. G. MERTINS, Augusta,
Large assortment of iron and en
ameled beds to select from!
Ramsey & Jones.
Buster Brown hosiery mill has
Rives Bros. of our town as their
agents and from the number of pairs
they sold last week guarantee for
four months is worthy of note.
Don't you need a new summer
buggy robe. We have a new lot in.
Ramsey & Jones.
For Sale: Four-horse power
gasoline engine and threshing ma
chine, practically new; also a com
plete saw mill, consisting of saw,
engine, boiler, carts and cows. Ap
ply to H. H. Hill,
Edgefield, S. C
Large shipment of matting just
received. New and attractive de
signs. Ramsey & Jon es
Ladies you should miss seeing
nothing we show in the millinery
parlor throughout the week. We
have provided the * things newest in
?.oman's head wear.
The Corner Store.
Begin now to prepare and plant 11
70ur garden. We can supply you
with the celebrated Ferry's seed
that are fresh and will not fail to 11
germinate under proper conditions.
We have a large stock of paints for | ]
inside and outside work in white
ind all the colors. Full supply of
3? ls, varnish and painter's supplies
>f all kinds. B. Timmons.
Biggest stock of harness we have
iver carried. Single and double, all
weights and prices.
Ramsey & Jones.
Pants made to order, $5 up,
write for samples to F. G. MER
TINS, Augusta, Ga.
Lost: Thursday afternoon either
in college or between the Baptist
?hurch and the college, a gold pen
cil with pin attached, ruby setting
in end. Finder will please leave at
The Advertiser office
Remember we still sell Rock
Hill, Tyson & Jones, Columbus and
Hackney buggies. Nothing better
on the market for the money.
Ramsey & Jones.
Have your Umbrella re-covered
by F. G. MERTINS, Augusta,
Sa., 854 Broad.
Large assortment of art squares
ind rugs to match. The ladies are
cordially invited tc inspect them.
Ramsey & Jones.
Land For Sale: I will sell my
place known as the old Moss place
containing 200 acres, more or less.
Terms cash. Apply to
Mrs. C. E. Williams,
Cleora, S. C.
When in need of farm wagons
try an Old Hickory or White Hick:
jry. They have stood the test on
Edgefield roads for many years.
Ramsey & Jones.
Wanted: At once, orders, for
delivery next week, for a few bush
?ls of the famous "Moneymaker"
Irish potatoes for seed. Grown in
North Carolina mountains. $1.50
per bushel. R. G. Shannonhouse.
We sell the celebrated Babcock
buggies and carriages. They never
fail to give satisfaction.
Ramsey & Jones.
For Sale: Having sold out my
farm near Trenton, S. C., I wish to
sell my entire lot of horses, cattle,
farming tools, vehicles, etc., con
sisting of five horses, eighteen head
of cattle, two wagons, two buggies
and one carriage, and one fine Jer
sey bull. W. J. Gaines.
Plants: On next Monday I will
have ready a fine lot of tomato, pep
per, egg and Porto Rico potato
plants. Get them fresh.
R. G. Shannonhouse.
For the best assortment of shoes
oxfords, slippers just from the
manufacturers, go to Rives Bros.
For Sale: One Yoke of heavy
Oxen, well broken. Apply to Julian
R. Strother, Edgefield, S. C.
rders for commer
11 kinds. Besides
line of standard
s, we have on nand
the ingredients for
rtilizer at home,
ly you with nitrate
or your wheat and
Saved His Mother's Life.
Four doctors had given me up,
writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avo
ca, La., and my children .and all my
friends were looking for me to die,
when my son insisted that I use
Electric Bitters. I did so, and they
have done me a world of good. I
will always praise them. Electric
Bitters is a priceless s blessing to
women troubled with fainting and
dizzy spells, backache, headache,
weakness, debility, constipation or
kidney disorders. Use them and
gain new health, strength and. vig
or. Theyr'e guaranteed to satisfy or
money refunded. Only 50c at Penn
& Holstein's, W E -Lynch &
EDGEFIELD PRESSIN' ,LUB.
I wish to inform thc public that
I am better equipped than ever to
do pressing and cleaning of all
kinds. Let me make your old suit
look brand new. We take especial
pains inpressing ladies, skirts. Send
us your garments. . Satisfaction
We make a specialty of cleaning
a.nd re-blocking hats, both felt and
Panama hats. Ring Phone No. 35
and I will send for the clothes.
-Wallace Harris, l?rop.
The county supervisor and conn
iy commissioners will receive bids
ip to Tuesday, May 2nd, for re
pairs to the jail. Parties wishing to
aid will find list of repairs and
?pecifications at the jail, in care of
Mr. J. W. Djorn. We reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
? W. G. Wells,
April 4, 1911. Sup. E. Co.
Stove flues must be of brick and
brick laid flat and not on edge. Fol
lowing clause is now put on all poli
nes except brick stores.
E. J. Norris.
In consideration of the reduced
rate at which this policy is issued,
it is warranted by the assured that
ihe building described in this poli
jy contains no brick-on-edge, tile,
s?ment or metal flue; and it is fur
ther warranted that no such flue .
mall be erected during the term of
this policy. If-this warranty is I
violated in any particular, this poli- j
3y shall be null and void.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
The next teachers' % examination
will be May 5th, 10 a. m.
School law, rule 18, clause 2. A
?econd grade certificate shall not be
renewed except the holder attends
i Teachers' Institute *or Summer
School, and in such case may be re
Clause 3. A third grade certifi
sate shall not be renewed. Teach
es will note that school warrants
will not be approved next school
rear unless first one is accompanied
W. W. Fuller,
Co. Supt. Education.
Notice of Discharge.
On April 22nd, 1911, we, the un
dersigned, as executors of the estate
?f Mrs. Elizabeth J. Bettis, will
make final settlement in the office
pf the Judge of Probate at Edge
field, and at the same time will th. M
apply for final discbarge of their
trust. J. F. Bettis,
J. H. Bouknight.
Midnight in The Ozarks.
and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton,
of Clay City, 111., coughed. He was
in the mountains on the advice of
five doctors who said he had con
sumption, but found no help in the
climate, and started home. Hearing
of Dr. King's New Discovery, he
began to use it, "I believe it saved
my life," he writes for it made a
new man of me, so that I can now
clo good work again. For all lung
diseases, coughs, colds, lagrippe,
asthma, croup, whooping cough
bay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness
or quinsy, its the best known reme
dy. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tie free. Guaranteed by Penn &
Holstein, W E Lynch & Co., B
A Full Supply
Of the Celebrated
Combination cotton and
oom planters and Dis
W. W. Adams & Co.
We invite you to call. We can please you quality, style
W. A. HART.
"ASK OUR CUSTOMERS"
HO FOR THAI EASTER SUIT
LINE of spring hats, Clothing and furnishings
that are Snappy, Cleancut and Rightly-Priced.
Everything that children wear in our Juvevile
Our Ladies Ready-to-wear Department is rilled
with suits, Shirt-waists, Odd Skirts and Neckwear
A broad guarantee of satisfaction-first to last.
Make our store your Headquarters in Augusta.
THE J. WILLIE LEVY COMPANY
SALE and LIVERY
Plum Branch, S, C.
I desire to notify" the public that I bave just re
ceived a large shipment of Tennessee mules that are
strictly first class, and my prices are right. Ateo let
me supply your needs for horses that are high class in
every respect. We want our friends to know that
we are conducting a first class sale, trade and livery
stable. If I haven't got what you want, I will order
it for you. Call te see me and inspect my 'stock be
J. R. & R. L. BOOIE, .
Plum Branch, - - South Carolina
We are ready to
prices on tanks, to^
systems. We cany
plumbing supplies, ;
we can save yov mo
phte line of both tn
the necessary fixtui
with hot and cold w
A itl ?tilt. A it, A A A lt ll lt
s s and very close
and private water
)ing fittings and all
in large quantities
in stock a com
's, and can furnish
ng the bath room
t. t i 9. fr. . _S>. ?.
We are agents tor Myers fore?
pumps. In the pa*>t 8 months w(
have sold 85 of these pumps and thej
are giving satisfaction. Let us su j
ply you with one. Full assortmei
rubber hose, reels, nozels and spigot!
A NEW FEATURE OF OUR BUSINESS.
We have employed a first-class tinner ' and are now prepared to pat on J
roofing, guttering, and will be pleased to quote you prices. We are lc
agents for rhe celebrated Rife ram, and would like to figure with you
supplying your place with ample water frtm a near-by stream. .
GO TO J. H. REEL'S FOR BARGAIN!
This is the place to purchase general merchandis?
al low rates. There's uo rent to be "paid and nc
town expenses whatever. Profit is always in pn
portion to the expenses, therefore I can afford t|
sell goods cheaper than town merchants, Jui
give me a trial and you will be convinced that
Reel's is the place to do business.
./ H. REEL,
R. F. D. No. 2,
Easter Season Here
is upon us, so we invite the ladies in to see the
new things just arrived. Beautiful stock .of lawns of all kin*]
We have never shown a larger and prettier stock.
DRESS GOODS. We are showing a beautiful assortment
dress goods and voile, mohair, serges, brilliantine, cashmere
batiste. We are better fitted than ever on staples, suck, as gij
hams, chambray, madras, lawns, dimities, longoloth and bleadj
goods of all kinds. See these before buying.
LADIES OXFORDS. We are showing a beautiful stock
ladies oxfords from $1.25 to $3.50, the latest leathers anti sty
Large assortment of misses' and children's oxfords. Wo h
some special values in men's and boy's oxfords.
CLOTHING. We have never been better supplied in
clothing department than now.
Men's gray cashmere suits, worth $25.00 at $11
at $15.00 to I'
Blue serge suits, latest styles, $10.00 to li
Also good values from $6.50 to H
Youths' suits from 4.50 to . ll
Boys' suits from $1.50 to
We also invite the boys and men to see our stylish spring h j
LADIES' HATS. We invite the ladies to see, our beaut
line of trimmed hats. The style and quality are right, pr
very reasonable. Pattern hats from $1.50 to $5.00, which is
about half their real value. In laces, embroidery, ribbons
notions ol all kinds, we are better supplied than ever, and
furnish anything you desire.
Come in and let us show you through. Our goods are the n\
est and most stylish to be had.
J. W. Peak