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Begin work on your float or rig.
Nominations For The Contest.
The names of the following young
ladies have been nominated for The
Advertiser's grand voting contest
and others will probably follow next
Mist Lena Lanham, 3,000
Miss Lila DeLaughter, 2,000
Miss Ida Timmerman, 2,000
Miss Lutie Strom, 2,000
Miss Mary Emma Williams, 2,000
Miss Sara Stevens, 2,000
Miss Maria Hill, 2,000
Miss Carrie Collins, 2,000
Miss Ruth Etheredge, 3,000
Miss Burda Long, 2,000
Miss Ellee Swearingen, 2,000
Miss Mamie Cheatham, 2.000
Miss Lura Miras, 2,000
Miss Mamie Morgan, 2,000
Miss Marie Blackwell, 2,000
Miss Annie McDonald, 2,000
Miss Nellie Bodie, 2,000
JVIiss Ethel Stone, 2,000
-Miss Martha Strom, 8,000
M?68 Mattie Bailey, 2,000
Miss Maggie Winn, 2,000
Miss Ollie Byrd, 2,000
Miss Ellie Mae Miller, 2,000
Miss Elise Bussey, 2,000
An Approaching Marriage.
A marriage in which many per
lons in both Edgefield and Green
wood counties are greatly interested
is that of Miss Tabbie Ouzts, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ou /.ts, to
Mr. J. D. Kemp, second son of Hr.
and Mrs. P. B. Kemp, which will
takeplace Thursday evening,Novem
ber 20,at eight o'clock. Both of these
joung people are deservedly very
popular and there will be increasing
interest in their nuptials as the time
Music Adds Brightness.
It adds so much to the brightness
and happiness of the home to have
music. The piano which will be
awarded as the first prize in The
Advertiser's subscription contest
will furnish music in some Edge
ifield home for the next 20 or 30
;yeare. It is a prize worth competing
for. It will bi awarded honestly, no
partiality being shown any contest
ant. Young ladies, even if there
should be a pi mo in the home win
this one and have a valuable instru
ment of your own-one that will
last 30 years.
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Quite a number are planning rigs
to enter the paiade next week but
there should be still others. More
attractive prizes have been offered
this year than ever before, $10 and
$5 for the adult rigs and $5 and
$2.50 for the child's rigs. Surely
this should induce a large number
to decorate rigs for the parade.
There is yet ample time to plan a
rig but active work should begin at
once. Be public spirited and con
tribute to theaSuccess of the parade
by having the very prettiest rig in
the entire pageant. You can if you
only resolve to do it. Mrs. B.L.I
Mims is the chairman of this com
mittee and she will cheerfully give
you every assistance possible.
Augusta's Department Store.
Attention is directed to the large
advertisement of the J. B. White
Company of Augusta. This large
store has 52 departments and each
department is filled to the brim,
ready for the great throng of peo
ple who will go to Augusta next
.week to attend the Georgia-Caroli
na fair. The J. B. White Company
will have on special prices for the
fair and will also pay the frieght on
all purchases within 200 miles of
Augusta. This popular store has
many friends throughout Edgefield
county who have always found it
thoroughly dependable. Visit Au
gusta's only department store when
you attend the fair.
Wedding bells have been ringing
merrily in the Rehoboth communi
ty. Last Tuesday, Octeber 21, Mis.-'
May Belle Strom and Mr. James P.
Talbert were married at the home
of the bride's mother, Mrs. Sallie
Strom. The making of one of the
twain not only unites two happy
youDg lives but in this instance
brings into closer relations two old
and honored families of the county.
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn bespoke the
words that cemented the matrimo
nial bonds. Mr. Talbert is a Ster
lingcitizen an ? is widely esteemed
because of the splendid qualities
which he possesses. The beautiful
bride is richly endowed with those
graces of mind and heart which en
able a woman to measure up to the
highest, noblest and best that there
ia in life. She will be a ray of sun
shine in her bridal home as she has
been from childhood in her parent
al home. We extend to our young
friends our sincerest congratula
The following ladies have been
elected honorary members of the
Edgefield chapter, U. D. C.
Mrs. R. H. Mims, Mrs. M. E.
Carwile, Mrs. E. E. Adams, Mrs.
Emeline Cartlidge, Mrs. Zella Paul,
Mrs. Kate Mims, Mrs. Kate Butler.
Mrs. Elizabeth Nicholson, Mrs. A
R. Nicholson, Mrs. J. A. Holland,
Mrs. Mary Thurmond, Mrs. Emma
Mrs. Shannonhouse Entertains.
Mrs. W. D. Warren was greatly
honored as a guest in Edgefield on
several occasions. Besides the de
lightful reception in her honor at
the country home of Mrs. Mamie
Warren, an elaborate affair was
plauned in her honor at the home
of Mrs. Shannonhouse on Friday
The lower floor of the reetory wa?
used on this occasion, and Hallow
een decorations were chosen as the
predominant design. At the door,
little Norma Shannonhouse met the
guests and pinned on with her
skillful fin gers a striking pumpkin
head in paper of Halloween propor
tions. As the guests entered they
were charmed with the happy effect
of autumn leaves in combination
with the proverbial pumpkin in
brown and yellow. Mrs. Joseph
Holland met the guests and con
ducted them in the hall where
stood tuc bride, Mrs. Shannon
house, Mrs. Warren and other
friends who greeted the guests most
Hot tea, very appropriate to the
day, and most delightful sandwiches
with salted almonds, and on the de
parture of the guests, fruit punch
of a golden color, were served.
From four to six the guests were
arriving and leaving and all were
wreathed with smiles, anticipating
pleasant things, and enjoying to as
great an ertent their realization.
The State Convention.
The U. D. C. state convention
which convenes at Edgefield, Tues
day, December 2, will open with
exercises in the opera bouse at ?
o'clock p. m. Ex-Gov. J. C. Shep
pard will deliver the address ol
welcome from the town. Mrs. N. G.
Evans will express welcome fi om
the IL D. C. chaptei. Other wel
come addresses will be made from
different organizations by Mrs. J.
L. Mims, Mrs. T. F. Ransford
and Miss Sadie Mims. The response
from the state division will be made
by Miss Tompkins. The D. A. R's.
will be represented by Mrs. Cote
man. Gen. M. L. Bonham will de
liver the historical address, second
evening ef the convention, Decem
ber 3, in the opera house.
On Tuesday afternoon of last
week, many invited guests to the
reception given by Mrs. Mamie
Warren in honor of Mrs. W. D.
Warren, made their way with de
lightful anticipations to this hand
some ante-bellum home. Here the
lovely and honored mother of this
family Dlives, and entertained on
this happy occasion. We could not
say who were present or how many,
because the happy company were
coming and going from 3 o'clock
until a late afternoon hour,butjwhile
while were there the spacious and
comfortable horne was filled with
the ^beeriest and most congenial of
From the entrance at the gate,
where there was evidence of real
heart hospitality, to the exit at a
later hour there was the ring of
genuine welcome. The guests were
greeted on entrance at the front
door and conducted into the parlor
where stood the gracious and queen
ly bride beside her mother Mrs. Ma
mie Warren, who is often spoken of
as one of Edgefield's most beautiful
ladies. Having been introduced and
passed pleasant greetings the guests
were served to delightful fruit
punch by charming young ladies in
the hallway, afterwards being adorn
ed by little Miss Norma Shannun
hoii-;e with souvenir cards in lovely
hand-painted designs bearing au
tumn flowers and the auspicious
In ihe dining room, cake and
cream were served in abundant sup
ply and the social feature was ex
ceedingly enjoyable. The decora
tions iii white were very beautiful
and appropriate, and the twilight
effect w H made by the darkened
windows and the many lighted can
The invited guests are greatly
indebted io Mr. and Mrs. Warren
for this pleasant occasion.
The Trenton High School Music
The Trenton High School music
society was delightfully entertained
by little Miss Susan Mathis last
The following program was very
successfully carried out:
Cloister bells, Miss Julia Wise.
for the new ai
new and modi
make room) w
to many other
up to $3, ir
sale at, eac
ors, navy, j
$6, going 2
Sweaters of pure \
price. Rain hats at 5C
Come, look them o
Snow flakes, Miss Miriam Hol
Warblings at Ere, M?68 Helen
Essay, Robert Sohaman, Misses
Mattie Lee Lons and Mary Helen
Ready for the Rall, Miss Grace
The beetles Dance, Miss Laurie
Vocal solo, little Miss Susan
Mathis accompanied by little Miss
Russit waltz, Miss Lillian Marsh.
Come lets dance, Miss Louise
Vocal solo, little Miss Margaret
Courtney accompanied by little
Miss Susan Mathis.
Contest of musical terms-music
class in which Miss Mattie Lee Long
was the winner of a useful prize
givon by the president, Miss Ray
After delicious refreshments were
served the meeting then adjourned
to meet again on November 15,
with the president, Miss Ray Swear
Callie Wise, Sec.
On November the 17th
(Monday) I will offer the
following for sale at my home
in Edgerleld county to the
highest bidder, terms cash :
4 milch cows,
2 Jersey heifers,
1 2-horse wagon.
All household and kitchen
Sale to benn at io o'clock.
P. B. WHATLEY,
Clark's Hill, S. C.
Oct. 25, 1913.
nev Store Never Stands Still
. Salesforce is Ever on the Alert
rig new. Mr. Turner is now in the markets searching
id latest fads. Next week you will And here many
irately priced items of cold weather wearables. (To
e are offering many articles priced much below their
We mention only a few things which point the way
aists of Pure
md plain worth
t the (PA nc
ons, no approvals
e Silk Petti
98 to 2.50. Col
oreen, purple and
,tsof merit, the
that keeps you
Coat Suits, Long Coats, Wraps
We are exhibiting a line
that bespeaks good taste
and refinement, yet priced
within reach of all who
wish a winter suit, wrap,
7o6\9 others mixed with cotton, all marked down to about half their regular
lc,- 75c, and $1 each. ?
ver. Don't wait until the fair is on us. A cordial welcome awaits you.
CORNER STORE, W- H- TURNER, Proprietor.
Nov. 5,6, 7.
promises to be the best of them all. Do your shopping
now and be prepared to enjoy the occasion. You can find
in our various departments a well selected stock from which
to make your purchases. Our millinery department is fre
quently replenished by the new things as they come out.
In our large line of shoes of the best make, you can get
such size and style that you wish. Make our store your
headquarters and tell your friends to meet you there.
Yours to serve,