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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. i 7.
Wednesday, September 3.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
The W. C. T. U. will meet Mon
day afternoon at the home of Mre.
W. A. Hart at 4:30 o'clock.
Rev. J. R. Walker will preach
at mill chapel next Sunday Dight at
Miss Marie Key returned yester
day from a pleasant visit to Miss
Jessie Gramlin in Orangebarg.
Mrs. Geo. W. Bussey, Jr., has
been spending several days here
with her mother, Mrs. Mary Wales.
Rev. E. C. Bailey will preach in
Edgefield Presbyterian church Sun
day morning and at Trenton Sun
Regular preaching service and
communion at Methodist church
next Sunday morning at ll o'clock.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. J. C. Mace of Marion is the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. O. bhep
pard, and brother, Mr. C. A.
Griffin. Mr6. Mace has many per
sonal friends in Edgefield who al
ways welcome her most cordially.
Mr. L. Ralph Jones has been
spending a portion of bis vacation
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Jones. Mr. Jones is in the
employment of the Southern rail
road with headquurters in Jackson
Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman attend
ed the annual meeting of the Wo
man's ^Missionary Union of the
Ridge association which was in
session at Saluda last Thursday
Miss Viola Mellichamp and her)
mother, Mrs. J. D. Mellichamp,
Jeft last Thursday for Greenwood
where they will make their home,
laving accepted positions in the
.Connie Maxwell orphanage. Mr.
C. M. Mellichamp will continue to
stake his hornean Edgefield.
Pastor M. D. Jeffries of the Bap
tist church w.ll be home for next
Sunday and -viii preach at 11:30 a.
zn. and 8:30 p. m. The morning!
?abject will be UA good citizen.
Sunday school at 10:15 a. m.
The Advertiser household is in
debted to Mr. James T. Ouzts of
.Elmwood for a generous portion of
Irish potatoes and beans fresh from
the garden. He has been a loyal
friend of the makers of The Adver
tiser from his boyhood days
Mr. W. H. Turner is back from
Hew York after a very pleasant and
profitable stay of two weeks. He
was delighted with his trip. The Dew
goods are already arriving and he
will begin to tell The Advertiser's j
readers about the fall styles next
Ladies ioterested in the forma
tion of a D. A. R. chapter in Edge
field will please meet at the library
on Monday afternoon September]
15th. Tney will please come pre
pared to send their papers to Mrs.
Mays on Tuesday 16.
Mrs. Agatha A. Woodson.
Mrs. Manly Timmons has been
?pendiog the past week io Edge
field with relatives and friends. She
attended the convention at Antioch
last luesday and Wednesday, com
ing from there to Edgefield. She
always finds a warm welcome in the
hearts and homes of this communi
Prof. P. P. Burns has returned
from Chicago where he took a spe
cial course in the University of Chi
cago during the summer. He aod
Jt?rs. B?ros will leave the latter
part of the week for Birmingham,
Prof. Burns having again accepted
a position on the faculty of How
ard college, the Baptist college of
Mr. E. S. Rives left Monday for
Baltimore and New York to make
large purchrses for the store of
Rives Bros. Mr. Rives is an ex
perienced buyer and knows where
to purchase each line of merchan
dise to the best possible advantage.
In a short time the newest and best
of the season's offerings will be ar
riving at the store of Rives Bros.
Mr. John Hudson dropped in to
see us yesterday while he was here
on business. His son is in The Ad
vertiser's corn contest and bas an
acre of exceptionally fine corn. MT.
Hudson says his neighborhood will
make more corn this year than it
has ever made before. He reported
that considerable cotton is dying of
**black root" in his community.
Mr. Claude Ly>n has accepted
position with '?be Edgefield Merca
Mr. George Ouzts, a brother
Mr. Alex. Ouzts, is now clerkir
for Mr. H. H. Sanders.
Mrs. W. A. Strom spent Mond;
and Tuesday with her mother, Mi
Mrf-. Carrie Tompkins of Colun
bia if* visiting her sister-in-law, Mi
Miss Leila Belle Thomas has ai
cepted a position as saleslady fe
the Smith Marsh company.
Miss Ellee Swearingen, an attrac
ive young lady of Trenton, is visi
ing Miss Mamie Cheatham.
Miss Maud ^ives has returne
home af ur spending some time ver
pleasantly at Cedar Mountain,N. C
Rev. J. R. Walker is eonductin
revival services in his church a
Trenton this week.
Mr. James A. Dozier of Augui
ta is spending this week in Edge
Mrs. Geo. Hubbard and Mrs. Jin
Jay, of Johnston, liave been visit
ing Mrs. Warren Paul recently.
Miss Mary Fitzmaurice and Mis
Genevieve Fitzmaurice of Colum
bia are guests of Mrs. J. S. Byrd
Mrs. W. W. Fuller left yester
day to spend a week or ten dayi
with relatives and friends in Green
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Scattergood
of Augusta spent last week here at
guests of Mr. aod Mrs. A. A. Ed
Mrs. Lou White and Mrs. Carrie
Quarles of Longmires were the
guests of Mrs. J. W. Cheatham
Judging from the number oi
"showers" in Johnstou la6t week
the people are not suffering from
Miss Madge Turner is spending
this week in Edgefield. Her coming
among us always makes many hearts
Miss Julia Osborne, a charming
young lady from Augusta, is the
guest of Miss Maud Thurmond. She
is the daughter of Prof. Osborne,
of Osborne's Business college.
Mr. A. S. Tompkins, Jr.. hae ar
rived to spend the remainder of his
vacation here. He has been a fill
ing a position atTimmonsville since
his vacation began early in June.
A meeting of the Daughters of
the Confederacy will beheld at the
home of Mrs. J. D. Holstein Tues
day afternoon, September 9, it 4:30
The Advertiser extends hearty
congratulations to Railroad Direct
or J. A. Lott of Johnston. Jack is
one of the fellows who brings things
Misses Blaocheand Beulah Jump
er returned to their home in Spring
field Monday, having spent the past
two weeks with their sister, Mrs.
Mr. J. G. Byrd, the public cot
ton weigher, was on hand promptly
Monday morning the first day of
September to weigh cotton. The
bright outlook for a good crop
causen him to wear a smiling coun
Mrs. A. A. Edmunds and Miss
Rhea Edmunds spent Borne time in
Augusta with relatives recently,
attending the marriage of Miss Mo
jeska Moody, Mrs. Edmund's niece,
Messrs. Stewart & Kernaghan ad
vertise the Dain vertical lift mowers
and self-dumping rakes in this issue.
Call at their store and let them ex
plain the strong points o' these ma
chines, every one of which is fully
Mr. Clifford Dorn, a son of Mr.
George Dorn, is now serving Mr.J.
W. Peak as salesman. The Ad
vertiser welcomes this young man
from the Red Oak Grove commu
The Southeastern Life Insurance
Company, the oldest old-line legal
reserve company in this state, has
$142 assets to every ?IOU liabilities.
Not one nickel of its money leaves
South Carolina. Many desirable
kinds of policies issued. Patronize
it and keep money at home.
C. M. Mellichamp, Agt.
Mr. Frampton W. Toole of Ai
ken has been spending several days
very pleasantly at the home of -his
aunt, Mrs. John Minick, near
Pleasant Lane. Mr. Toole is a ris
ing young man, having finished his
law course at the South Carolina
University and is now law partner
with his father, ex-Senator G. L.
Toole of Aiken.
The editor of the Advertiser
greatlv enjoyed a visit from Mr.
C. W. Davis of Fruit Hill, Saluda
county, last Saturday. He is with
out question one of the best citi
zens in the daughter county. As
he has sold his farra it is probable
that Mr. Davis will come nearer to
Edgefield, becoming again a citi
zen of this county. We would like
to see him locate in Edgefield, and
as he is seeking educational advan
tages for his children, our High
School should attract him to the
oo un ty seat.
CONVENTION AT ANTIOCH.
by Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman, vice
president of the Western Division.
The obituary committee of the
W. M. U. made a report at the
meeting of those in their respective
societies who had passed out into
the beyond during the past year.
They were Mrs. Camilla Blalock
and Mrs. Kate Morrall Black of the
Edgefield society, Mrs. I. A. Webb
of the Trenton society, Mrs. Belle
Parkman of Antioch society, and
Mrs. P. H. Bussey Jr., late of the
Young Woman's Auxiliary, of
Edgefield. Many expressions of
sorrow were heard and many eyes
were wet with tears during this
service. There are none so dear as
comrades in loving service.
Resolutions by W. M. U. So
Your committee on resolutions
begs leave to report:
Whereas, we, the delegates of
the various W. M. U. societies of
Edgefield county, feeling deeply
grateful to the union of the Anti
och section, as well as to the peo
ple of that community generally,
for their kind consideration, cour
tesy and cordial hospitality shown
to us in our annual meeting, resolve
let, That our hearty thanks are
hereby tendered to the people of
Antioch union and to the commu
nity for the beautiful manner in
which they cared for us, and looked
after our comfort and convenience,
'2nd, That these resolutions be
published in the county papers.
Mrs. W. S. Middleton,
Mother of Eighteen Children,
"I am the mother of eighteen
children and have the praise of do- i
ing more work than any young wo- :
man in my town'* writes Mrs. C J '
Martin, Boone Mili, Va. I suffered
for five years with stomach trimbles
and could iioc eat as much as a bis
cuit without suffering. I have taken
three bottles of Chamberlain's Tab
lets and am now a well woman and i
weigh 108 pounds. I can eat any
thing I want to, and as much as I
want and feel better than I have at
any time in ten yearB. I refer to any
one in Boone Mill or viciuity and
they will vouch for what I say.
Chamberlain's Tablets are for sale
by all dealers.
Strengthen Weak Kidneys.
Don't suffer longer with weak
kidneys. You can get prompt re
lief by taking Electric Bitters, that
wonderful remedy praised by wo
men everywhere. Start with a bot
tle to-day, you will soon feel like a
new woman with ambition to work,
without fear of pain. Mr. John
Dowling of San Francisco, writes:
"Gratitude for the wonderful effect
of Electric Bitters prompts me to
write. It cured my wife when all
else failed." Good for the liver as
well. Nothing better for indigestion
or billiousness. Price 50c and ?1.00
at Penn & Holstein's, W E Lynch
Notice of Final Discharge.
To All Whom These Presents May*
Whereas, A.D. Timmerman has
made application unto this Court
for Final Discharge as Guardian in
re the Estate of Alma Timmerraan
and Alfa Timmerman deceased, on
this the 15th day of August 1913>
The*e Are Therefore, to cite any
and all kindred, creditors, or parties
interested, to show caHse before me
at my office at Edgefield Court
House, South Carolina, on the 22nd
day of September, 1913 at ll o'clock
a. m., why said order of Discharge
should not be granted.
W. T. Kinaird,
J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
August 15, 1913.
"THORNHILL" wagons are su
perior in material and workman
ship, light running, and guaranteed
the most durable wagen made.
Wilson & Cantelou.
Sixteen Years Supremacy
More than 1,650,000
men bought a pair of
"Headlights" during the
past 12 months-but
We will not be satisfied
until we sell you a pair.
If we can induce you to buy one suit of "Head- MJMUU.
lights," you will never afterwards bo satisfied
with any other make.
Wear a Pair 30 Days
Your Money Back if Not Satisfactory
To all overall wearers we make this offen
Come to our store, buy a suit of "Headlight"
Overalls (price $1.00 per garment). Wear
them 30 days. If you do not find them
the most comfortable, convenient and
generally satisfactory overalls you have ever
had on, bring them back and get your
money. The manufacturers stand behind us in
-FOR SALE BY
FOR SALE- -Second hand suit
clothing, worn 3 or 4 weeks. Cost
$20 threb months ago; made by one
of the leading tailors of the nation.
$8, ?ash, swinge the deal. Call at
FOR SALE-a good milk cow
calf six weeks old. Apply at The
FOR SAL E-A second-hand
square piano, mahogony case. W.
FOR SALE-Fifteen horse-pow
er Fairbank-Morse gasoline engine.
Practically as good as Bew. J. R.
Cantelou. 8 27-2L
FOR SALE-Several good milk
cows and two horses. George W.
FOR SALE-30.0C0 feet of sea
soned weatherboarding and ceiling.
8-27-Gt. David Strother.
FOR SALE: Large five-year-old
black mare. H. E. Quarle9, Edge
field, S. C.
FOR RENT-Desirable 7-room
house with about an acre lot, on
main street. O. P. Bright, real
FOR RENT-five-room cottage
near High School building. For
further information apply to C. M.
Mellicbamp, Edgefield, S. C.
FOR SALE-A cream separator
in perfect condition, one of the
most reliable machines made. F.
N. K. Bailey.
FOR SALE-A five-room house
on lot of three acres more or leas,
with barn and outbuildings, know
as the Dobey place; also a th re
acre lot with two-room tenant hous
thereon, running water on both
places. For price, terms, etc., call
A. E. Padgett, real estate agent. F.
N. K. Bailey.
Do You Fear Consumption.?
No matter how chronic your cough
or bow severe your throat or long
ailment is, Dr. King's New Discov
ery will surely help you: it may
save your life. Stillman Green, of
Malichile, Col., writes: "Two doc
tors said I had consumption and
conld not live two years. I used Dr.
King's New Discovery and am alive
and well." Your money refunded if
it fails to benefit you. The best
home remedy for coughs, colds,
throat and lung troubles. Price 50'-.
and $1.00. Guaranteed by Penn &
Holstein, W E Lynch & Co.
We always carry a large assort
ment of fresh cakes and orackers
from the National Biscuit Com
Timmons & Morgan.
54 inch dress flouncing at great
sacrifice sale from 40c to $2.00.
Ice tea glasses at 50c per set.
Penn & Holstein.
The remainder of our spring mil
linery will be sold regardless of
We have an excellent green cof
fee that we are selling fer 15 cents,
and our new roasted coffee at 20
cents is pleasing a large number of
Penn & Holsteiu.
Now is the time to begin the ear
ly garden. We can supply you
with seeds of all kinds from the
seed farms of Buist and Ferry, both
are thoroughly dependable.
Timmons & Morgan.
"THORNHILL" wagons re
quire less horse power, less atten
tion, less up-keep expanse and haul
Wilson & Cantelou.
We have just received two cases
of fine blankjts. Boys and girls go
ing off to college will find the best
line of blankets in the county at
For a complete line of spring and
summer goods call on
A large assortment of Iron and
Enameled beds just received. Pret
tier than any we have ever had be
Ramsey & Jones.
320 acre Coleman farm in edge
of Trenton, 10 acres in town,
200 acres fine sandy soil in culti
vation which lies and produces
splendidly, 100 acres in woods;
20 acre6 in pasture, some young
timber, 10 acres fine asparagus
in bearing. Has splendid two
story 8-room residence, 2 large
barns, stables, 7 tenant houses,
2 wells, 2 springs, fine place for
a fish pond; good stream where
considerable power could be de
veloped. The proposed trolley
will probably pass through this
(property. Now is the time to
buy it Really the bargain of
the hour. Price only $45.00 per
acre, easy terms.
Johnston, S. C.
Ask for list of my farms for sale.
WILL PAY AUGUSTA PRICES
The Grantville Mfg. Co.
will re-open its Cotton Mark
es on September 2nd, 1913,
and will pay Augusta prices
for cotton, delivered by wag
en at Graniteville and Vau
A. H. GIBERT, Secretary