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Wednesday, September 24.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Justine Can tel ou left Mon-1
day for Richmond, Va., to enter
the Woman's College of that city.
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant spent Fri
day in Colombia with her little
grand-daughter, Miss Ellen Duno
Mr. Calvin Morgan came over
from Columbia Saturday and visit
. ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Morgan. Calvin is making good as
. a special representative of the In
ternational Correspondence School.
Everything points to a bigger and
better county fair than we have
ever held in the county. Talk it
Bp among your fiiends. It is' your
? fair if you are a citizen of the
Miss Ruth Long, the daughter of
Prof. and Mrs. G. F. Long will
leave to-morrow to enf?r Limestone
eollege at Gaffney. Her sister Miss
Sadie Long is a graduate of this
, most excellent institution.
The. crops around Trenton are
. far above an average year. Mr. P.
Day told The Advertiser's rep
resentative several days ago that
bis cotton will average a bale to tbe
acre. He also made a very fine
crop of oats.
Mrs. J. P. Nixon is over from
Clark's Hill visiting her sister, Mrs.
"W. H. Dorn, a^.d mother, Mrs.
Hattie E. Lanham, whom we regret
-to report has been quite sick since
she arrived from Medina, Ohio a
Mr. P. B. Stone, one of the most
successful farmers in the Red Hill
section, told The Advertiser's rep
resentative Saturday that he will
make two bales of cotton on the
land where be had his prize acre of
corn last year.
Mr. R. G. Seigler is now travel
ing representative for Messrs.
She on & Co., large candy manu
facturers of Augusta. He made a
business trip to Edgefield last Wed
nesday and before returning visited
ii s parents, Mr. a-id Mrs. Sam
Seigler, who reside in the Gilgal
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Blaekwell
of Parksville, accompanied by their
little son William, are enjoying a
trip North. We received a card
from them Monday which was
?written while sight-seeing in Wash
ington, D. C. Our friends are hav
ing ideal weather for a pleasure
Messrs. Rives Bros. announce
this week that they will hold their
annual fall millinery opening Thurs
day and Friday of next week, Oc
tober 2 and 3. Mrs. Bailey who
has been in Edgefield so long: a& to
be almost regarded a native Edge
fiddian will take great pleasure in
showing the ladies all of the new
Rev. P. H. Bussey spent ?everal
days here last week, leaving Thurs
day for Rochester, N. Y., where he
will enter the Theological Semina
ry. It is his purpose to take a spe
cial course in that institution for
two years. Being ambitious, Mr.
Bussey will not stop short of equip
ping himself in the best possible
manner for hiB life work.
Oar friend Carr Williams bought
a quantity of red clover seed ?Sat
urday while he was in Edgefield.
fie has tried it before and knows
tiiat.it pays to sow such crops in
the fall. He also wanted nome
vetch 6eed but the .supply in Edge
field bad become temporarily ex
hausted. Some of the merohants
have 6old out and have re-ordered.
Follow Mr. "Williams' example and
sow the winter clover c*ops and
In about a week Mr. J. H. P.
Roper will begin to move his family
to North Augusta into a beautiful
and very desirably located residence
which he purchased last fall. On
the one hand, Edgefield will give
np Mr. Roper and his estimable
family with great reluctance, and,
on the other hand, they will receive
a most cordial welcome by their
new neighbors in North Augusta.
Several days ago the writer was
told by a prominent Augusta busi
ness man who lives in North Au
gusta that he was delighted thu
. Mr. Roper had bought a home near
Y. May, is now selling Johnston
Dirt from the word Go.-Adv.
Mr. J. G. Byrd, the public cotton
weicher at Edgefield, bas weighed
860 bales up to Monday night.
Miss Winnie Bryan of Atlanta,
arrived Monday to take charge of
Rubenstein's millinery department.
. Mr?. Ed Strom and Miss Hattie
Strom of the Mountain Creek sec
tion were visitors in Edgefield Tues
DIPPY DOPE CASTLE
Miss May West,, of the Red Hill
section, has-.accepted the position of
assistant milliner at the store of
Messrs. Rives Bros.
Mr. J..W. Peak's popular store
is ready for the early fall shoppers.
Many new goods are now on dis
play and others are jet.to arrive.
Miss Weetie Hunter of Laurens,
has arrived in Edgefield and taken
up her work as teacher of the Park
er school at the Beaver Dam mill.
Mrs. Louisa Moseley, of Grove
town, Ga., is a welcomed ?"lest at
the home of her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. F. F. Moseley.
Col. P. B. Mayson has been ap
pointed a delegate at large from
South Carolina on the seventeen
day cruise to the Canal Zone to be
conducted by the Southern Com
I mercial Congress with the co-op- i
eration of the Pan American Union.
Mukasby's Bargain House is one
of the popular trading places in
Edgefield. Season by season and !
year by year his store has grown
in popularity. This week he tells
our readers of bis many new offer
ings. Read what Mr. Mukasby says
in his adverserment.
Misses Clair Grice and May
Tompkins are teaching a kinder- !
ten in the residence formerly occu
pied by Mrs. Manon Jones, next
door to Mr. A. S. Tompkins' home, j
These young ladies began with 10
pupils and the cumber has been j
Already we have heard a num
ber of farmers say they expect to
sow a large acreage in oats-even n
more than last. year. That's the
way to improve land and to be in
dependent of the western corn and
Miss Lula McKie of Meriwether '
has returned from a visit to Madi
son where she joined in a camping
party for several days at Tallulah j
Falls, Ga. They also visited other ,
points of interest in the mountains j
while on this camping trip. .'
Our young friend Carl Hill has 1
several hundred of the finest White
Leghorn chickens to be seen in this '
part of the country. We hope he
will send about 25 to the county
fair. His "birds" bore off several
prizes last year.
Interest in the county fair is in
creasing. Every now and then we
are asked about certain departments
by those who contemplate making
exhibits. In a short time the
premium lists will be distributed
giving all necessary information.
See how many departments your
farm or home can be represented
First Baptist church will hold
service at 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Subject of morning sermon by pas
tor M. D. Jeffries "Providing for
the needs of the kingdom." The
evening service ?will be given large
ly to song; all friends who like to
sing are invited to come and sing
with us. Sunday school at 10:15.
The Advertiser has been request
ed to announce that there will be
preaching service at Gilgal church
next Sunday morning. An opportu
nity will be given for persons to
unite with the church, and imme
diately, after the sermon the ordi
nance of baptism will be adminis
tered. There will be no afternoon
. Rubenstein will have his annual
millinery opening Tuesday and
Wednesday of next week.. All of
the new shapes and trimmings have
arrived by express and are being
displayed ready* for those who wish
^.rSeelbe^.JD?st stylish ideations.
The ladies of -Edgefield and vicini
ty should remember the dates, Tues
day and Wednesday, October 1 and .
Messrs. Rives Bros tell the read
ers of The Advertiser rf their splen
did, stock of lall merchandise in
their large advertisement this
week. They aro iarge buyers as
their volume of business has great
ly increased since they came to
Edgefield. Mr. E. S. Rives who has
had many years of experience went
to New York and selected the stock
in person which enables them to
eiow the cream of the seison's
DIPPY DOPE CASTLE
The frost will soon be seen on
the pumpkin. ?
Mrs.. M. E. Cheatham and her
daughter, Miss Inez Cheatham, of
Augusta are guests of Mrs. J W.
Miss Mamie Cheatham will re?
turn the latter part of the week af
ter spending several weeks with
relatives at Phoenix, McCormick
and Ninety Six.'
Rubenstein's store will be closed
Thursday and Friday of next week
in order for ibis . salesforoe to cele
brate the Jewish New Tear.
Cotton ie bringing 13.40 right
along early this (Wednesday) morn
ing, and the cotton-laden wagons
aie coming in early.
Hon. James A. Boy kin of Lin
colnton, Ga., spent several days in
Edgefield last week visitiug his sis
ter, Mrs. W. P. Calhoun. ,
Seed rye, seed barley, seed oats,
seed wheat, vetch.
L. T. May.
Mrs. Lemie Talbert has moved to
town from her farm, occupying the
residence near the depot where Mr.
B. F. Zimmerman resided.
Miss Nell Jones went to Spartan,
burg Monday to enter Converse
college. She was accompanied by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Miss Edwardina Blalock will
leave this morning.f or Indian Town,
Williamsburg county, to teach
music in the school where she
taught last session.
A report of the free road . work
ing near Parksville came in too late
for th is week. We shall tell of the
public spirit of the people of Parks
ville next week. ? ,
Mr. W. H. Turner who lost his
horse recently has been promptly
paid the Life Insurance on same by
the Standard Live Stock Co., repre
sented by E. J. Norris. Take a
Life policy on your horse.
Job was rifiht. "Man that is i
horn of a woman is of few days, .
md full of trouble." Before he has
shaken off the ice-man the coal
dealer is right upon his heels. Nev- 1
sr a breathing spell between bill
' , . . .;.
Miss Hortense Pea), has accepted
a position as teacher in the same
school she taugnt )3st year. She
left Monda> for Scranton to resume
ber work as teacher. During her
sojourn mt Scranton she has greatly
BDdeared herself to the people,
making her value felt to the entire
Mr. J. T. Gardner of the Anti
och section is the 1913 champion
tomato grower of the county. He
has several acres planted and sells ?
them on the Augusta market. He
brought several baskets of toma
toes to Edgefield Tuesday and sold
them for ?9.50.
Our friend Charlie Quarles, the
naaii who pays the top-notch for
cotton seed, said he saw frost on a
pile of straw at hie home Monday
morning, but his neighbor, West
Cheatham, another true and tried
buyer who likewise "bulls' the
se?d market says he can't vouch f jr
the unseasonable statement. So
there you are. As between neigh
bor and neighbor, The Advertiser
will let you decide which haB the
most accurate vision.
No better buggy made than the
Brookway. Have you ever used
one? Let us show you our stock.
Wilson & Cantelou.
FOR RENT-A first-rate one
horse farm, red clay land, fine for
cotton. A few acres of creek bot
tom-land for corn. J. T. Ouzts,
Edgefield, S. C., route 3.
Do You Fear Consumption.?
No matter how chronic your cough
or how severe your throat or lung
ailment is, Dr. King's New Diqcov-.
ery will surely help you: it may
save vour life. Still man Green, of
Malichite, Col., writes: "Two doc
tors said I had - consumption and
contd 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 50c
and $1.00. Guaranteed by Penn &
Holstein, W E Lynch & Co.
Store Your Cotton.
I will store and insure your cot
ton. 1 to 10 bale lots 30 cents, 10
orfmore bales 25 cents per bale per
M. A. Taylor,
Adams Warehouse Co.
DIPPY DOPE CASTLE
WANTED-A goo? sober young
roan to do dairy work. Apply to
Mrs. J. C. Hammond, North Au
gusta, S. C.
FOR SALE: A 40-acre' tract of
j and one mile south of Joh cs tori;
residence, barn and two tenant
houses. M. T. Ward, Johnston, S.
WANTED: 50 pieces of "Red
Heart" Cedar, "Seasoned'* 6 inches
x 6 inches 6 feet long. If 12 feet
long 25 piecee. Will pay good
price for them. -If any one
can furnish them in 60 days please
write at once to Henry W. McKie,
Colliers, S. C.
50-LIGHT DAVIS acetylene gas
generator cheap, along with full
complement of fixtures, piping, etc.
Can be seen in operation now. Will
be replaced by. electric lights. Make
os an offer. Carolina Public Ser
vice Col, Johnston, S. C. 9-10-tf.
GASOLINE ENGINE at a bar
gain;?# horse-power, Mcvicar, hor
izontal; in use only short time, in
perfect condition. Being replaced
by electric power. Make an offer.
Carolina Public Service Co., John
ston, S. C. C-10-tf.
FOR RENT: A suite of rooms in
the ' Addison residence near the
Baptist church. Possession given
the first of October. J. L. Addi
FOR SALE-a good milk cow
calf six weeks old. Apply at The
FOR SAL E-A second-hand
pquare piano, mahogony case. , W.
FOR SALE-Fifteen horse-pow
er Fairbank-Morse gasoline engine.
Practically as good as new. J. R.
FOR ?ALE-Several good milk
cowa and two horses. George W.
Adams. 8-27. .
FOR SALE-30,000 feet of sea
soned weatherboarding and ceiling.
8-27-6t. David Strother.
FOR SALE-A cream separator
in perfect condition, one of the
most ?Hable machines made. F.
N. ?. Bailey.
FOR SALE-A five-room house
on lot of three acree more or less,
with' barn and outbuildings, know
as the Dobey place; also a th?
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.
The next regular teachers' exami
nation will be held Friday, Oct. 3.
The subjects will embrace English
Grammar, Geography, Physiology
and Hygiene, Arithmetic, United
States History, Civics and Current
Events, Pedacory, Agriculture, and
Algebra. White applicants will
report at the court-house, and color
ed applicants at the Maoedonia
School. Work will begin prompt
ly at 9:30 o'clock.
W. W. Fuller,
Co. Supt. Ed.
E. J. NORRIS, AgU
Edgefield, S. C.
Farm of 170 acres, with new 2
story colonial dwelling, large barn,
2. miles north of Edgefield, un
failing well at residence, two others
at tenant houses;, .125 acres in high
sjate cultivation, tine timber lands,
to orchards, splendid pasture, in
side Free School district, charm
ing place and Iodation.
Nice 7-1 oom dwelling, nearly new,
in Trenton, interior elegantly and
conveniently finished. Good loca
tion, ornamental surroundings, a
lovely, place.' -
FOR SALE, THE BEST FARM
in Edgefield county. 1006 acres.
Level and fertile.- Proper" mix
ture of sand and clay; easy tb
. work. Has a magnificent crop
on it now. Good time to' see the
place. 7 miles southeast of Edge
field. Will sell to one strong
man or a syndicate of them.
E. J. NORRIS.
Is often caused by indigestion and
constipation, and quickly disappears
when Chamberlain's Tablets are
taken. For sale by all dealers.
DIPPY DOPE CASTLE
On. Next] Thursday and Friday,
October 2 and 3
We will have our regular fall showing of
French pattern hats. We eordialiy invite the la
dies of Edgefield and vicinity to call on the above
dates and irspect our display in Millinery.
Also the above dates we will have our second
display this fall on sale of ladies tailored coat suits.
Yours to Serve,
Fall Goods Ready
We' have made large purchases lor the fall season, and
invite our friends to call to see us. Many of the new goods
have arrived and there are others yet on the way.
We have never before been in a better position to serve
our friends than we are this fall. Come in and let us show
you through every department. !
J. W. PEAK.
We have planned to show how a fascinating display
of models, levealing the new styles combined with indi
viduality of design. They are pretty and mostly small.
Come to the opening.
Miss Samuel is always best pleased when showing
the new creations of art. The entire force will greet
you with a bright welcome.
THE CORNER STORE,
W. H. TURNER, Proprietor
Perkins Sash and Door
High Grade Millwork
Hardwood work a Specialty
Rough and Finishing Work.
Estimates on Request.