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Office No. 61. ff
Residence, .No. 17.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, U12
I LOCAL & PERSONAL f
Mayor John G. Edwards spent)
Monday in Columbia.
Miss Mamie Lake is visiting rela
tives in North Augusta.
. Mis. T. W. Walker, of McCor
mick has returned home after a stay |
with her sister, Mrs. Clifton Strom.
For Sale: 100 bushels of pure
Toole cotton seed for planting.
J. L. Miras.
Mr. Charlie Wates of Columbia
spent Sunday in Edgefield with his j
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Wates.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Tompkins
entertained a few friends at a de
lightful dining on Sunday.
Mrs. F. N. K. Bailey is visiting
Mrs. C. C. Fuller Jr;, in McCor
Mr. J. G. Holland left on Satur
day for Newberry where he goes
to coach the Newberry college base j
Dr. J. G. Tompkins will attend
the meeting of the Tri-State Medi
cal association which will convene
in Columbia this week.
Miss Hat ;e Elizabeth Nixon is the
beautiful name of a new little girl
who has .come to Clark's Hill to
stay with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nixon.
For Sale; Two well bred sows,
one witb seven an4 the pther with
fight pigs. Apply to
J, Tr M?Maqus,
Wanted: Position as clerk in
grocery store, or dairy work. Ex
perienced man. References. Ad
dress Clerk care of The Advertiser.
Mrs. J. A. Dobey, of Johnston,
was in town on Monday, and at
tended the revival meeting at the
Mr. J. W. Peak has gone on his
annual shopping tour to New York,
leaving on Tuesday where he will
make his spring purchases.
Mr. G. W. Bussey of the Red
Oak Grove neighborhood spent Sun
day in Edgefield with Mr. and Mrs.
Landreth's seed Irish potatoes in
the following varieties: Irish Cob
bler, Early Rose, Red Bliss and
Peerless. Buy Landreth's seed and
W. E. Lynch ? Co.
Dr. H. M. Wharton, who won so
many Edgefield friends during his
revival services here last winter is
in Columbia assisting Dr. C. E.
Burts at the First Baptist church.
Mr. Bush wh did the singing Here
is also with Dr. Wharton.
Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Jeffries en
tertained the ministers of the asso
ciation at a dining on Saturday, as
lt was the occasion of the meeting
of the executive board. Those who
were present spent a most delight
For Sale: Several hundred bush
els improved Cook cotton seed.
Ginned on my one gin system.
$1.00 per bushel, less for larger
quantities. Hite's Prolific cotton
seed also for sale.
J. W. R. DeLaughter,
Modoc, S. C.
For Rent: The W. W. Shep
pard place in South Edgefield;
eight-room house, good garden,
barn and other necessary outbuild
ings. Apply to
B. F. Glanton,
R. F. D. No. 2. Edgefield, S. C.
Closing out Bath-robes with slip
pers at 12.95. Caps at lUc and
39c. Suspenders, some ties, muf
flers. Silk" handkerchiefs and other
goods all at half price. Write F.
G. MERTINS. Augusta, Ga.
For Sale: 200 bushels of long
staple cotton seed, cross between
"Blue Ribbon" and "Columbia,"
both long staple. 10 bu. lots 75c.
$1 peabush el for less.
Plum Branch, S. C.
A telegram reached Edgefield
this week announcing the advent of
little Miss Cooner, in the home of
our friend B. R. Cooner in the capi
tal city. His Edgefield friends re
joice with him over this good for
Mrs. C. E. May is in Augusta
visiting her uisters, Mrs. W. S. Cog
burn and Mrs. William Miller.
We always carry a full supply of
Glenn Sprirgs and Harris Lithia
Penn & Holstein.
For Sale: One lot of good cedar
posts will be delivered in Edgefield
for ten cents each.
H. Ernest Quarles.
Cold Spring, S. C.
The spring term of court will
convene on the fourth day of March,
being the first Monday. The Hon.
George E. Prince will preside.
Mr. W. H. Turner returned last
Friday from several weeks' stay in
New York, where he had a very
profitable trip. Miss Kate Samuel
has also returned from New York
where she spent several weeks
studying the new millinery styles.
500 Suits, 200 Overcoats and
500 pair of Trousers to be closed
out at bargain prices. See F. G.
MERTINS, Augusta, Ga.
The kitchen of Mr. J. S. Smith
caught fire early this morning, pre
sumably from the stove flue. As
soon as the alarm was given, the
neighbors came to the rescue and
very little damage was done.
Mr. W. H. Jackson a progressive '
young farmer of the Philippi sec
tion called at The Advertiser office
while in town on Monday. Mr. '
Jackson is convinced that it pays to j
grow wheat. He won one of The
Advertiser's prizes last year, and is
planting a considerable acreage
this year. ?
200 Boys' Suits, 100 Overcoats, I
and 500 pairs of pants, to be 6old to |
make room for my spring goods.
We will save you money. F. G. *
MERTINS, Augusta, Ga*. ?
Rev. E. T. Snuggs will preach at '
Gilgal church on Sunday morning <
?til o'clock, and at Berea at 3
>'clock. Rev. Mr. Snuggs is making .
in itinerary of this County and
Dthers in the interests of the lay- ^
men's movement, and it is urged
:hat large congregations attend the (
?wo meetings at Berea and Gilgal. ?
We lave marked down a lot of '
5ne hats that must be sold. Write (
F. G. MERTINS, Augusta, Ga.
Miss Mamie Lake reports a most (
profitable and delightful time dur- (
ng her recent trip to Johnston,
md she claims among her staunch- Z
;st friends those whom she calls the ,
handsome LaGrone sisters, two at
Johnston, Misses Petula and Lillie; >
md the other two at Edgefield, Mrs. ,
T. fi. Hart, and Mrs. James Tomp
kins. Miss Lake takes this way of *
.hanking these friends for their hos- (
White Plymouth Rocks, won first ;
prize on pen and first on cockerels
it last fair. Eggs $1.50 per 13.
Edgefield, S. C.
For Sale: Ten tons of crab-grass
iay at $1.00 per hundred, or $18.00
per ton, in car lots.
P. B. Day,
Trenton, S, C.
$25.00 Up suits to order, write
for samples, to F. G. MERTINS,
For Sale, or exchange 50 bushels
long staple seed.
R. G. Shannonhouse.
Very soon the ground will be
come warm, and be in order for the
planting of seeds of all kind. W.
E. Lynch & Co., announce that they
have a supply of Landreth's seed,
than which there is no bstter varie
ty on the market. They also have all
the leading varieties of Irish pota
toes, grown on the Landreth's
Messrs. Penn & Holstein adver
tise this week eastern Irish pota
toes for seed and Buists celebrated
garden seed. For nearly fifty years
this popular store has been supply
ing hundreds of Edgefield gardeners
with their seed.
Daily Something New.
Already the store of Smith
Marsh Co. is making a spring like
appearance. In almost every de
partment, pretty new things are be
ing displayed. The ladies will find,
beautiful flouncings in open and
heavy patterns;. attractive colorings
in checked and striped tissue ging
hams; silk hose, with lisle tops
and soles; shadow voiles; white
flaxon, figured and plain; highly
finished spring wash silks; childrens'
rompers; hair nets in all natural
shades; steadfast shoes for gents,
and Dolly Madison shoes for ladies
in tan, dull kid, and patent leathers
and white and buckskin pumps.
Program of the Tri
First Baptist Church, John
Organ, Voluntary in Eflat.
Vocal solo, Victory_.
Postlude, March in C_._.
. Sunday -
Devotions and song service.
Chorus by children.
Music by children. Drinking song. Collec
Postlude, March in B flat.
Organ prelude No. 5 D flat.
Chorus, Hail Home of Liberty.
Music, Onward Christian Soldiers. Flagle
Roll call of unions.
Review of Edgefield county work since 19
What is practicable in Rower Mission woi
Co-operation with missionary societies_
How can local unions help state treasury?.
The Palmetto White Ribbon.
'Missouri's Greater W. C. T. U. Activities
joy al Temperance Legion._.
lold medal contest. Collection.
)rgan prelude, Aria in C
'White Ribbon Vibrations" Choir.
"horus, battle song. Solo Mrs. F. M. Boyt
Iwarding of prizes in essay contest. Aw*
Collection. Offertoire march in C.
Chorus by Young People's Branch.
Closing hymn, "Shall we Gather at the Rh
Postlude, Tempo Di Marcia.
Go to see
Before insuring elsewhere. We
represent the best old line com
Harting & Byrd
At the Farmers Bank, Edgefield I
I New Photograph
= Kam now prepared to take pho- 5
S tcgraphs of all kinds, and respect- E
= fully solicit the patronage of the =
+ peoplo? Special attention giren to J
* groups and outdoor work My +
+ prices are very reasonable.
D. O'HARA, I
NORRIS BUILDING _
Round Trip Tourist Fares
Now in effect Via Southern Rail
way-Premier Carrier of the
Tickets on sale daily including
April 30, 1912 with final limit re
turning May 31, 1912. For com
plete information as to schedules,
sleeping car service etc., call on
nearest Southern Railway ticket
J. L. Meak, AGPA.,
F. L. Jenkins, TPA.,
m Temperance Union
ston, South Carolina, March
--.MRS. M. ? WALKER
--.-._.Wagner, by choir
.DR. W. S. DORSETT
.MRS. FLORENCE EWELL ATKINS
.-.MRS. F. M. BOYD
.-.MISS ROENA SHANER
...REV. E. H. BECKHAM
MRS. FLORENCE ATKINS
.A17SS CLEO ATT AW AY
IO.MISS MARTHA DORN
'k-.MRS. S. T. ADAMS
-.MISS CLEO ATTA WA Y
-.MRS. C. P. ROBINSON
".MISS ROENA SHANER
.MRS. MAMIE N. TILLMAN
.MRS. H. L. HENRY
.MRS. MAY KREPS
.MISS LEILA ATTA WAY
.REV. W. E. MONROE
i with chorus by young ladies of Y. P. B.
arding of gold medal for oratory.
The invention that made
the second and third
verses possible, on one
Edison Phonographs and
Records sold by
S. H. MANGET,
TRENTON, S. C.
Terms to suit. Free Demonstra
tion any time. Correspondence
James A. Dobey,
Johnston, S. C.
Office Over Farmers' Bank?
Tennesse Horse &
The king of all feeds.
Keeps your stock up and
feed bills down. Sold by
the best merchants every
where- Manufactured by
UNION CITY GRAIN
AND FEED CO.
Ready for Delivery
We have in our warehouse ready for delivery
all the popular brands of commercial fertil
izers from reliable manufacturers . We can
alao supply the farmers with the necessary
Mixing Their Fertilizers
Drop in and get our prices before making
your contracts for the year..
May & Prescott
A Friend in Need
is a bag of good flour. And there
is none better than Town Talk,
which any one who has used it will
tell you. If you. want to improve
your baking try a sack of Town
Talk and you'll see an improve
ment at once. What's more you'll'
. get more out of the sack than you
ever got out of any other brand.
Perfect Harmony at Home
is desirable in the dress of your
rooms in decorations and furnish
ings. We have exquisite parlor
suites, lounging chairs, divans and
iron beds that look cool and restful,
and will make your pocketbook feel
restful, too, when you see the
We carry a large stock of coffins and caskets from the
cheapest to the highest grade. Our hearse responds prompt
ly to all calls.
Edgefleid Mercantile Co.
Wood and Coal.
I have opened a wood yard and am prepared to
deliver wood any size or length anywhere in town
at reasonable prices. Can also fill orders for
Will move my saw cut wood where lots of four
or more cords are offered at one place.
I also run a public dray. Ring me np. My
phone is No. 82.
J. R. TOMPKINS j