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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEE 23. 1912
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Mattie Callisou is visiting
lier comsin, Miss Maggie Reel.
Mr. R. G. Jeffries, of Knoxville,
Tenn., is visiting his parents, Dr.
And Mrs. M. D. Jeffries.
Rev. E. C. Bailey is spending the
week in Columbia attending the
Synod of Columbia.
Mrs. W. B. Ocgburn has been
?pending the past week in Augusta
?with her son, Mr. W. S. Cogbun..
We can supply you with fresh
. fruits of all kinds. Fresh supply al
most every day.
Mr. Julian Key came over from
Columbia and spent several days
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Key.
Our shoe stock is the biggest and
best that we have ever had. We
stand behind every pair we sell.
Mukashy Bargain House.
We have never seen the stores of
Edgefield better supplied with tall
and winter goods than they are now
and the price at which these goods
are marked is very reasonable.
Buy your clothing from us. We
bave a big stock and can fit any
size .nan or boy. Latest styles, and
Mukashy Bargain House.
Large shipment of fresh crackers
and oakes just received from the
National Biscuit Company. Every
housekeeper knows ?what they are.
Large stock of wagon and buggy
harness,1 also parts of harness. Sea
cor saddles, bridles and blankets
Ramsey & Jones.
We have just received a fresh
ahipment of the celebrated Norris
candy, which is second to none on
B. Tims" ons.
Messrs. Holland will offer for
aale two new pianos next week
through their representative, Rsv.
John A. Holland, who will be here
for a few days. Don't fail to see
A called conference of the mem
bers of Gilgal church will be held
St the church next Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock. A full attendance is
desired as business of importance
will be disposed of.
Attention is directed to the half
page advertisement of an auction
sale of rea' estate that i? to be held
near Plum Branch on Saturday, No
vember 2. Many valuable prizes
will be given away.
The Advertiser has been request
ed to announce that the annual
Trenton chrysanthemum fair'will
be held Thursday, the 31st of Octo
ber. The public is very cordially in
vited to attend. Some of the Trenton
ladies grow the finest chrysanthe
mums that are grow? in the county.
Rev. P. P. Blalock and Rev. E.
T. Snuggs defied the weather and
bad roads last ?linday and kept tho
regular appointment at Gilgal. Mr.
Snuggs spoke very interestingly of
the mission work in China. In spite
of the inclemency of the weather
there were 100 or more present to
Give the teachers of the Edge
field graded school your generous
co-operation in their efforts to im
prove and render more comfortable
the school rooms. These ladies are
public spirited and unselfish enough
to take the lead in this work but
they can accomplish but little with
out the sympathy and co-operation
of the trustees and patrons of the
Judging from the large quantity
of seed oats that are being purchas
ed farmers realize the importance of
sowing a large acreage. On account
of the almost total failure of thi
corn crop in many sections of the
county many farmers will have >
purchase western corn to make thti
next crop with unless they sow
grain. Now is the time to arrange
to be independent of the wester?)
Rev. John A. Holland, repre
senting Holland Bros. of^n-en
wood, will be in Bdgefleld .roxi
week and will offer two new ; L'S ( ?
for sale. It will pay you to UM
if you contemplate buying a pi?xio.
Mro. Geo. Hubbard of Johnoton,
visited her daughter Mrs. Worran
Paul, last week.
Mr. ?nd Mrs. George Wise, of
Tronton, were in Edgefield on Tues
Miss Mary Pattison of Troy, N.
Y , is the guest of Miss Christine
We are still sell inf: the celebrated
Studebaker wagon. The best yet,
Wilson <fc Cantelou.
Just received a big shipment of
blankets and comforts. Quality and
prices both guaranteed.
Mukashy Bargain House.
Miss Evans, the trained nurse
who has been with Mrs. James T.
Miras during her illness, returned
to her home in Augusta Monday.
Miss Marie Abney has been
spending a few days in Columbia
with Mrs. Maner Lawton. The little
girls, Gladys and Ann, will return
with Miss Abney for a short visit.
The Edgefield friends of the Rev.
A. B. Watson were deeply pained
to learn Monday through the daily
papers that this saintly man is se
riously ill at his home in Beaufort.
There will be special music at
Methodist ohurch Sunday morning.
In addition to regular organist and
choir, Miss Kinard will sing, Prof.
Landrum will play violin, and Mr.
Huoks will play concert horn.
Mrs. S. A. Morrall has purchased
from Dr. A. H. Corley the house
and lot on Columbia street that was
occupied by Capt. A. J. Martin.
Capt. Martin has purchased Dr. R.
A. Marsh's residence and Dr. Marsh
has purchased the homo of Mrs. Ida
F. Sheppard on the corner.
The trustees of the Edgefield
graded school have had some much
needed repairs made on the school
building and the teachers are en
deavoring to raise money with whioh
to improve the cla?? rooms. They
should receive the fullest co-opera
tion in thia very worthy undertak
County Superintendent of Educa
tion W. W. Fuller addresses an ap
peal in this issue to the teachers of
the county urging them to take part
in the school parade at the fair.
Mr. Fuller offers two prizes, $10
for the first and $5 for the second.
His public spirit and co-operation
is greatly appreciated by the ladies
and by the fair association.
Ed gefiel d's Need.
Edgell old'G need will '.e preached
about at Methodist church Sunday
morning at 11:15 o'clock. The
members who have not been
attending are earnestly urged to
como. The publio is cordially invit
ed. J. R. Walker.
Red Hill School.
Dear Advertiser:- Our vacation
has closed, and we are at our books
again"Prof. Asbill is the principal
of oar school. We have already fal
len in love, with him. Miss ?label
Strom is the assistant teaoher. This
is her fourth year with us, and she s
loved by all of her pupils and pa
trons. We are looking for this to be
the most profitable year that our
4ohool has ever had.
Dr. Routh has visited our com
munity and ha? examined nearly all
of the children, for the hook worm.
Mr. George Quarles is having a
large beautiful hou^e built for him
self, also Mr. Pat Robertson is hav
ing a nice cottage built. When these
two houses have been completed
they will add much to the luoks of
our town. J. T. Jr.
Closing Days of Criminal Court.
Bunyan Wise, indicted for mur
der, was acquitted. He was repre
sented by Thurmond & Nicholson
and the state by Solicitor Timmer
Sump Hendrix who killed anoth
er negro in the town of Johnston
some months ago was found guilty
of manslaughter and sentenoed to
serve on the chaingang for a period
of five years. The state was repre
sented by Solicitor Timmerman and
the defendant by Siuikius & Kirby.
Semore Davis, indicted for asi
s:.ult and battery with intent to
ravish, was found guilty of an as
sault of a high and aggravated na
ture, receiving a sentence of six
months on tho chaingang or pay a
fine of $50. Capt. N. G. Evans rep
resented tho defendant and the so
licitor the state.
Wallaoe Gray was acquitted of
the oharge of assault and battery.
He was represented by Thurmond
Mr. J. W. Reese was found guil
ty of the ohtrge of assault and bat
tery, receiving from the oourt a
?eateaoo of SO days or pay a flo?
.f $50. Mr. Reese was reprsented
by Thurmond SM Nicholson.
Plum Branch School.
Well our sohool hag been coing
on about two months and as no one
has written to your paper. I
thought I would wnte a few lines.
Our sohool began September 16.
There were just about ninety en
rolled the 1st day and of course
more have come in since then. Our
teachers are Prof. C. H. Fowler,
from Fountain Inn, ?3. C.; interme
diate, Miss Ellen Crouch, from Lees-,
ville, and primary, Miss Leona Low
man, from Prosperity. We like all
of the teachers very much, but of
oourse you know I like the Prof.
best as he is my teacher. I am in the
ninth grade and have to work very
hard. My first report was very good
but am going to try to pass on a
little farther this month.
We have organized a literary so
ciety in our school. We are going
to have our first meeting in about
two week*?. Mr. Watkins, of Colliers,
is our president, Miss Lula Self,
vice-president, and Miss Juanita
Miller is secretary. Miss Lowman
our primary teacher is also our mu
si? teacher. She has quite a number
of music pupils and thinks she is
getting on nicely with her work.
Miss Olive Nelson from Belton,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rush.
* Mrs. Harper who has been ill
with fever for some time is im
proving of which we are glad to
Mrs. Bracknell's baby, Louise, is
?ome better too after an illness.
Mr. Milledge Sturkey is also im
Mr. Editor I fear I'm tiring you,
BO will close, but before I do, let rae
say that Miss Estie Collier who has
been post ofhoe clerk for some time
has gone to Branchville to accept,
asimilar position. Miss Dorothy
Miller has taken her place hor?.
Here's hoping that this will jump,
over the waste basket into the pa
Plenty of Them in Edgefield
and Good Reasons For it.
Wouldn't any woman be happy,
After years of baokaohe suffering,
Days of misery, night* of unrest,:
The distress of urinary trouble?,j
When she finds freedom. . ?
Many readers will profit by the
Mrs. MN Padgett, Edgefield, S.
C., say: "Off and on for several
years I have used Doan's kidney
pills and I know them to be an ex?
collent kidney medicine. When kid
ney trouble made its appearance in
my osse, my back began to pain and
I felt tired and restless. I lost muoh
sleep and it was not until I began
taking Doan's kidney pills that I
found relief. They are the best kid
ney modioine I know of and I glad
ly reoommend them for the benefit
of other kidney sufferers."
For ?ale by all dealers. Price
iO cents. Foster-Mil bum Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents for
the United Skates.
Remember the name-Doan's
?nd take no other.
FOR SALE-50 acres of land,
one mile from Edgefield, juat out
of incorporation of town. Price
$50 per acre. Beautiful house seat,
a fine view of town and vicinity.
Apply to A. A. Edmunds.
WANTED-Good farm hanns
can secure employment by applying
to Mrs. M. G. Hammond, North
Augusta, S. C.
FOR SALE-One yoke of well
broke steers, weighing about 1100
pounds each. Ordinary condition.
J. A. Walls, Plum Branch, S. C. lt.
For Sale: One car fresh cotton
seed meal at close prises, also about
500 cedar posts for sale.
10-i6-2t C. E. Quarles.
FOR SALE-The Ropers Pres
byterian church building and lot.
Sold together or separate to high
est bidder. Put bid in with W. C.
FOR SALE-Furnished hotel in
lo ?VD of Edgefield, centrally locat
ed, well established business. Terms
reasonable. Apply to
Mrs. D. S. DuBose,
Box 75 Edgefield, S. C.
No. 666 For Chills and Fever.
Tbii is a prescription . prepared es
pecially for Chills and Fever.. Five or
six doses will break any sase pf Chills
and Fever, and ii taken than as a ton
ic th? Fever will not return. It sets
on tho liver better than Calomel and
dees not grip? or sicken. 25c *
We will call your attention to ou*- iifferent departments
that are filled with talland winter novelties that are coming
in daily as the style and season chances.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
We have a competent milliner from Baltimore that is with
ns for the sixth season and we receive the new things that
come ont each week and carry the best assortment of millin
ery in the county, with a milliner to trim np in taste to suit
the season. Let us have your order now for y^r hat to wear
at our coming county fair and avoid the rush. The Ferguson
McKinney shirts at 50c to SI for men and boys is 'miff said.
12 yards of the best bleaching for $i, Sea Island 40-in. wide
at 6 1-40, Agents McCall Patterns
CLOTHING, SHOES, ETIONS, MILLINERY, ETC,
You owe it to yourself to purchase your goods here. If you could
but see the goods we quote, we know that you would pay the prices
you ask with enthusiasm. Our customers come to us season after
season. They have satisfied themselves that our values totally eclipse
the best offerings of others. Those seeking unusual bargains should
be intensely interested in our prices.
Come to our store. Do not fail to learn all about our wonderful
bargains. It may mean more to you than you think.. Our honest
bargains and our honest dealings have made us popular throughout
ykashy Bargain House
Next Door to Dunovant & Co.
We Are Outfitters \forlboys
Large stock of fall underwear,
%?/E desire to announce
to the people of Edge
field county that our stock
of fall and winter goods is
complete. We have pur
chased direct from the
largest manuf?cturers in
the country and can make
prices very reasonable.
See our large stocK of
stylish suits for boys and
men. All weaves in all of
the popular colorf. Let us
fit you in a new fall hat
We sell the Stetson and
otner reliable brands.
Try a Pair of Crossett or Selz-Sehawb shoes.
Every Pair Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
They represent the very acme of style.
Dorn & Mims