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Easter Egg Hunt
The Young People's Missionary
Society of the Methodist church,
will give an egg hunt on the vacant
lot opposite the Methodist churcn,
next Saturday, April 6th. Every
one is invited and urged to come.
The admission will be ten cents.
We are doing all we can to par
feet arrangements for a nice day
April 19th. Hold the day in mind
and all who feel interested are cor
dially invited. This is your day as
?ell as ours. Come help us enjoy
it W. W. FuKer,
Co. Supt. Ed.
For County Supervisor.
Mr. W. L. McDaniel, an excel
lent citizen and successful farmer of
the West-side announces his candi
dacy this week for the office of
-county supervisor. If elected Mr.
McDaniel will give close attention
to his duties and give the people an
economic, business-like administra
Easter will be celebrated with un
usually interesting services at the
Episcopal church next Sunday. The
first celebration will be at 7 a. m.,
and the beautiful musical service
will be at ll o'clock. Visitors will
be welcomed. Service Sunday af
ternoon at 4 at Trenton.
R. G. Shannonhouse.
Another Veteran Gone.
News has reached us of the sud
den death of Col. R. G. Lanham of
Sherman, Texas, on the 25th of
March. Col. Lanham left Edgefield
.county about forty years ago for
Texas, and is a brother of Rev. P.
B. Lanham, D. E. Lanham and
Mrs. A. A. Wells of Edgefield
.county, lie was 71 years of age, and
was a Confederate veteran having
served from the beginning to the
close of tke war. His widow and
?six children survive him. Col. Lan
ham has many relatives in our coun
ty who will be saddened at the news
of his death.
Death of Mrs. Mary Prince.
Mrs. Mary Prince, wife of Mr.
Jesse Prince died last .Tuesday '
morning, and her funeral was
preached at Red Oak Grove church, 1
where she w^s buried, by Rev. G. ]
W. Bussey. Mr. E. G. Morgan
writes: "She had been a sufferer for i
several years, but bore her afflic
tions with a patience that only her <
trust in her Saviour could give. Mr.
and Mrs. Prince had been married (
fifty-three years. He is in feeble
health and says he knows it can not
be long before he will be called to
meet God 3nd the loved ones gone
before, and asked me to say for him, 1
that be can never forget the kind- i
ness of his neighbors during his 1
wife's long illness, and prays God's i
richest blessings may rest upon each (
and every one of them." i
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That looks ?
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The Big Store at Ouztsville.
The big store at Ouztsville will
in a few days be ablaze with all of
the new spring colors, fabrics and
styles. Mr. Jesse F. Ouzts, Jr., the
manager, went to market last week
for the purpose of making all se
lections and purchases in person
He is an experienced buyer who
possesses excellent judgment and
exquisite taste. That accounts for
the bargains and handsome mer
chandise at the Ouztsville store.
Their millinery opening will be
held Thursday Friday and Satur
day of this week. See their adven
tisement in this issue.
Tribute to Miss Alline Crouch.
Did you know Alline Crouch was
dead? was the question asked Sun
day morning. The whole commuai
ty was shocked for it was hardly
known that she was sick. She was
taken ill Friday and on Saturday
evening as the day closed her life
ceased and the beautiful spirit that
it bore took its flight to God who
gave it. She was just budding into
womanhood, but the few years of
her life had been fraught with such
experiences that had proven to the
world that she was a girl of far
more than ordinary talent. Several
years ago her mother died and the
cares of the household with several
younger brothers and sisters to care
for fell to her lot. How well she
did her work is not within man's
conception to estimate. She proved
to be tactful and efficient in every
respect. She was of a modest dispo
sition, lady like in every respect
and possessed those traits of charac
ter that makes woman beautiful.
Her remains were laid to rest in the
Ebenezer cemetery Sunday after
noon. The funeral was conducted
by her pastor Rev. G. L. Knight,
who paid a most worthy tribute to
her life as a Christian.
On Saturday afternoon Miss
Madge Turner's music class gave a <
most enjoyable recital at Miss Turn- 1
er's home and the performers did '
credit to themselves, their mother*,
and their efficient instructor. The|<
audience present were ?the mothers I <
of the class, and a few interested
friends. The following is the pro
gram as carried out:
1. Ilene Harling, solo, In Lilac
Time, H. Englemann. Jj
2. Marie Holston, solo, Tender i
Caress, N. S. Calamara. t
3. Helen Dorn, vocal selection, ?
Sing on Sweet Bird, Edward Holst. '<?
4. Lucile Keel, solo, Autumn t
Pranks, Carl Wolf. fi
Ilene Harling and Miss Turner, 1
The Meeting of the Storks, L. t
6. Helen Dorn, solo, May Has I
Come, C. Bohra. 11
7. Ruth Lyon and Helen Dorn, [?
luet, Shower of Stars, Paul Wacks. '
8. Ruth Lyon, solo, Fair Ellen,
A Splendid Showing.
The stockholders of the Bank of
Edgefield held their 23rd annual
meeting last Saturday. As shown
Dy the statement published in this
issue, the Bank had one of the most
mccessful years in its history. The
net earnings amounted to about 16
side, this one
you for the
lid of us and
lien you pur
e, take your
per cent, of which 8 per cent has
been paid ont in dividends and the
remainder has been passed to sur
plus, aud undivided profits of the
bank now amount to about $26,000.
The deposits aggregate $207,000,
and the loans and discounts $281,000
The stockholders adopted resolu
tions commending the officers for
the very excellent manner in which
the affaiis of the bank have been
managed. All of the officers and
directors were re-elected, the Hon.
J. Wm. Thurmond being chosen to
fill the place on the board made va
cant by Capt. J. H. Bouknight.
Layman's Meeting at Berea.
Col; Bailey, Chairman of the Lay
man's movement announces the
following program for the tay
man's meeting to be held Berea
church 2nd Sunday in April, the
14th. All day meeting with din
ner on the grounds.
The Program will consist of
speeches by the following gentle
men: Capt. R.B. Curry, Subject
The Consecrated Layman, Mr. Or
lando Sheppard; Foreign Missions,
Mr. Robt. Strom; State Missions,
Col. F. N. K. Bailey, Home Mis
In aidition to music furnished by
the regular church choir Miss Lula
Tisdale vocal teacher of the S. C.
C. I. will sing two solos.
Rev. P. P. Blalock will play a
sacred cornet solo. ?
The children of the Rev. Edward
Snuggs, Missionary to China will
be present and dressed in Chinese
josturaes, sing several songs in the
Rev. E. C. Bailey Cordially Re
On Sunday, morning the Presby
terian church was filled with the
members of the churches of all de
nominations, and the young men of
the S. C. C. I., came together with
:>ne accord to greet the new pastor,
Rev. E. C. Bailey, who has just
jome from Timmonsville to Edge
?eld to take charge of the Presby
terian field in this section.
Rev. J. R. Walker, of the Metho
list church was the only other resi
lent pastor present, Rev. JR. G.
?hannonhouse being out of town on
un appointment, Dr. M. D. Jeffries,
jonducting a revival service at
Ridge Spring, and Rev. P. P. Bla
ock being in attendance on the un
on meeting at one of his out of
own churches. In the absence of
ill the others, Mr. Walker did not
illow the large congregation, nor
he new minister to realize any ab
iences, but in every way filled the
racuum, and most effectively voiced
he welcome of all.
Mr. Bailey, in tho beginning, ex
>ressed most hearty appreciation of
he welcome extended him. An an
touncement handed him by the Wo
nan's Christian Temperance Union
?f their meeting on the morrow,
?ailed forth some remarks in regard
o the petitions which are beiug cir
iiilated in our county on thedispen
ary question. He said that ir the
lispensary were not voted out of
he town of Timmonsyille in the
lext 60 days, there would have to
Q a revolution. He said that he
rould rather his arm were paralyzed
nd hanging limp by his side, than
hat he should sign a petition to re
time, look th*
greet you on
self at home
w. H. 7
establish a dispensary. His imme
diate and courageous stand on this
very serious question which con
fronts our people, was very heartily
commended. Mr. Walker followed
with a few words of similar import,
most wisely and enthusiastically
A pleasing feature of the service
was a vocal solo by Miss Marie Ab
ney, with organ accompaniment by
Miss Ellen Dunovant, and violin
obligate tendered by Miss Thelma
Bailey. The music came from a
choir of all the denominations of
our town. The sermon was a most
interesting and instructive one,
showing the duties of a minister of
the gospel in his relation to the
church and community life.
Appropriation From County.
The Edgefield Live Stock Asso
ciation, recently formed to prose
cute the work of tick eradication,
will hold a meeting Saturday April
37th at ll o'clock. The committee
from the association composed of
Col. S. B. Mays, J. R. Strother and
R. H. Nicholson appeared before
the county board of commissioners
yesterday for the purpose of secur
ing the $?100 appropriation which
the law allows the board to make
for the eradication of this pest. The
members of the board signified their
willingness to pay the amount as
?oon as the work is commenced.
<\WORD FROM "OR
GANIZED MOTHER LOVE"
Continued from opposite page.
;ious temptation, and in the name
)f all these, we call upon the cour- J
igeous and noble manhood of Edge- I
ield county to come to our assist
tnce, and as knights of the twenti- ?
ith century chivalry, protect and
lefend our homes and their's against
his evil thing. We will do our
>art, but we will confidently look
o you as the final champions of our
lomes and loved ones.
Mrs. J. L. Mims,
'resident Edgefield County Wo
nan's Christian Temperance Union.
THE BUSINESS MEN
Continuek from pagel
n Edgefield county, for it legalizes
vrong. From a financial standpoint
t is worse for nearly all our people,
br more liquor will be drunk arid
ess money made by people gen
ially. A dispensary means less
?read and meat, less good clothing,
ewer shoes, less education, less
eligion, more coffins, but cheaper
nes, more murders, more unclean
ess, more gambling, more souls
There is no bitterness in my
eart against any man, but I do
ate wrong. I love every man, but
hate and will fight sin.
J. R. Walker.
We are holding a mark down
ile, to clean up everything in the
tore. Suits and Overcoats from
-4 to 1-2 off, write F. G. MER
TNS, Augusta, Ga.
3m over and i
d pick out th
ies in Charmirij
every side of
to see us. Ma
. A cordial
To the Citizens and Qualified Voters of
Edgefield county: .
I wili come before you as a candidate
for the office of state senator and will
abide by the rules and results of the
Erimary. If elected, will give you the
enefit of the best in my shop.
G. D. Muns.
I hereby annonnc? that lama can
didate for the office of Supervisor of
Edgefield county, pledging myself to
render faithful service and to abide the
result of the primary election. .
R. J. Moultrie,
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for the office of Supervisor of
Edgefield county. If chosen by the
people for this importent office I will
do my utmost to give estire satisfac
tion. I will abide the result of the
W. L. McDaniel.
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for re-election to the office of
Supervisor of Registration, pledging
myself to render faithful service and
to bound by the result of the Democrat
N. R. Bartley.
I respectfully announce that I am a
candidate for re-election to the office of
Supervisor of Registration. I pledge
myself to abide the result of the pri
mary election and to render faithful
service if elected.
Geo. W. Quarles.
I hereby announce that I am a candi
date for the office of county commis
sioner, pledging myself if elected to
lischarge my duties faithfully and abide
the result of the primary election.
. J. Nick Griffis.
We invite the ladi
beauties and the prie
We have Easter g<
partaient. Come to
f not al
We have so many beautiful Hats
to show you and at such reasona
ble prices. There are hundreds of
smart becoming trimmed Hats,
Hats that you can put right cn
and be perfectly satisfied, but per
haps you want a model copied, if
so we would like to have the order
at once and avoid the Easter
STATEMENT OF THE COEDITION OF
The Bank of Edgefield
At tile close of bus ines3 March 29, 1912.
Loans and Discounts_.$281,644.07
Furniture and Fixtures_.1,596.98
Banking House and Other Real
Due from Banks and Bankers. 14,124.86
Cash in Vault._.6,156.9*
Capital Stock Paid in.$57.400,00
Undivided Profits, less Current
f Expenses and Taxes Paid-14,482.21
Due to Banks and Bankers.-2,627.86
State of South Carolina )
County of Edgefield f
Before me came E. J. Mims, Cash
ier of the above named bank, who be
ing duly sworn, says that the above
statement is a true condition of said
bank, as shown by the books of said
bank. E. J. Mims.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 29th day of March 1912.
W. W. Sheppard, Not Pub. for S.C.
W. W. Adams,
J. C. Sheppard,
B. E. Nicholson,
es to call to see our
r hats. They are
e is reasonable.
)ods in every de