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O.fice No. 61.
?Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, December IO.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Rev. P. B. Lanham is attending
the State Baptist convention in Ben
nettsville this week.
Mr. F. P. Walker, Jr., is rep
resenting the Grove lodge at the
grand lodpe in Charleston this week.
Look the list of contestants over
and decide which one yon want to
help. Then get busy in ber behalf.
Don't wait until the contest is
at>out to close to help yuoir favorite
Kow is the time to get in effective
work. Delays are dangerous.
Santa Claus can lind toys, vases,
cups and saucer-, chin i wa iv and
novelties of all kinds at om store.
Diiiiovaut it Co.
Mr. Orlando Sheppard and Hon.
B. E. Nicholson are in in Charles
ton attending the grand lodge, A. .
F. M., of South Carolina.
The fountain pen given by Tim-:
mons & Morgan was won by Mi s
Naomi Prescott. Second, Miss Edee
Swearingen 15,000 extra vote? and
third Miss Essie Bussey 10,000 ex
In making np your Xmas list
don't forget that box of Uuylers.
Xmas tide is Hurlers time.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Miss Virginia Johnson who is
teaching in Aiken enanty near Eu
reka came up and spent the week
end at home.
Purchase liberally of the R-d
Cross stamps for your Chsistmas
packages. They are on sale al sever
al stores in Ed gc field.
We have a f ll line of li-ewovks
for Christmas and New Year.
Penn tfc H?lstein.
Mr. J. G. Holland was elected
warden of the 5?I) ward Monday t
dil the vacaucv made by the death
of Mr. J. U. Rives. ."
Fire works of all kind--fire
erackers.sk.v-roekel<. 1 ionian caudle
at very reasonable prices.
DiMiov.ini & Co.
Mrs. J. H. Thompson of South
port, N.O., is hei? visiting hui
mother, Mrs. Kite Butler.
Mr. C. l?. Dobson, accompanied
by his mother sind sisters, spent
Friday in Anguila, making these
trips in hi.-, automobile.
The conte-* m mager bas decided
to discontinue the free ballots fiji
the present. The coupon does not
appear in the piper this week.
Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman, ns vice
president of th? Western division,
a tended a meeting of the Woman'*
Missionary Union ol' ibe Aiken a
sociation which was held at Lang
Mr. G. C. Johnson now occupies
the residence ii. Untie mibe wh??i?:
Mr. W. C. Jackson formerly re
sides. Bunc??mbu extends a cordial
welcome'to this estimable family.
Dr. M. I>. J.-ffrics and Rev.
John Lake leftea'lv M .nd iv morn
ing for Bennetlsville to attend th.
annual South Carolina Baptist con
Chi\lren, Santa C'ans is coming
with a bigger pouch thin ever. N<
lott lil about that.
The Advertiser's* contest, will rut.
hree more weeks and tl e work tba'
s done in that tim . will d -t'omMo
ho will win tin? haiidsnm'? piano
nd the i ther valuable pri/.es on
rew Year's day.
The favorable comment upon th?
plendid pi mo, the urand prize i:
he Advertiser's contest, bas been
ost gratifying. The instrument
as a very sweet lori? and is cn
tiucted in the best manner, which
.ill enable the happy winner to
ave music itt the hom*1 f <r 10. 15
r 25 years, owing to 'h . nar?* th u
?ie takes of the in trtuneor. lt cae
seen at the Ti ni mons & Morgan
I Seed rye, seed barb y, seed oats,
ed wheat, vc'ch.
L T. May.
Weedin .' P "t-i ir nts.
We have ali" s??? 'ne n; of
Mhss. . . ;? .. . . . ?.ir-. Mti'.i
. for Wed. i u c .
I v li a Ve .. ?
t our pi ice
p. Lu .\ i lolstein
J /cling In Popularity Contest Will Be
Lively From Now On.
If You Want The Capital Prize You Must Not Loaf.
If you are to win one of the hand-1 to the last moment you may be
orne prizes you must feather your agreeably surprised on the last day.
?est with extra votes. This is good n, M . , , -,
. i j . T. Ialk contesteverywhere vou go and
<ncl timely advice, if you mean to .. ..
pav no attention to anv rumors von
>e a winner, extra votes are the ? . u . .1 ' J .
i . ., ' , . . . hear as to what others *i.re doing,
thing that makes winning easv. A M . . _ . e i i
i J.J i ? , , , Do a certain amount of work each
?plenald chance for lour of the con- , j , . ,
. . . dav and ask everyone you meet for
testants to win extra votes expires ? . ; u i i
p j ... subscriptions, job work or advert?s
I tiesday, December 16, at 4 p. m. . v u- "-* A U
' 1 mg. 1 on have justas good a chance
._ hecial Offer. t0 wjn as anv 0f the other contest
Commencing Tuesday, Decem- ants if you make up your mind to
.er ii, and ending Tuesday, Decem-j get busy.
.er 1(5. To the contestant turning, The interest in the contest is not
in the most money for subscriplions, j confined to contestants alon-. The
?ob work or advertising we H ill'various friends and relatives of the
jive 25,000 extra votes, second lar-. contestants are calling ai the office
est amount will receive 15,000 el
ita votes, third largest amoimt 19,
000 and fourth largest amount 5,
0U0. If any two contestants tie on
his week's offer voles will be given
livery body bas an equal chance
H ibis rae?? the H-ld is open to a!'.
It is a fair field and no favors and
il' you combine in the race right up
and renewing their subscriptions
also turning in coupons for their fr
vor i te contestant. To those who ire
in arrears it should be a pleasure to
them to have one of ihe air con
testants call for their arrears and
renewals. When I hey respond, chcer
fnl!" ahd lake a subscription .to The
Advertiser they know thej will gel
value received for their money.
Reu'd .lohn, chapters 15-21, and
come to Mr hod "st chii-eh Thurs
. I iv iii"?it :ii ev'ht o'c'ock. London
talk and views will be given.
One or both se> moos on Acts of
Apostles, Melhod'si church next
Sunda'-. Preaching at 11:30 and
Shipment of nev/ crop Georgia
cane syrup just relived.
Divaovaiii & Co.
Kati'mal Biscuit Co., pound
ca! e and Fruit cake, in one, two and
W. E. Lynch & Co.
"THORNHILL" wagons re
quire legi horse power, le?s atten
tion, less up-keep expele and bau!
Wilson & C?ntelo;'.
Kor farm wagons there is noth
ing better made in this country
than ihe celebrated Studebaker
ivu^ot: . Asx i:?e man who nses
. whit hi* opMiion i<. Use a
St'idebak T once and you will always
ise : hem.
Wilson it Camelon.
If yon need a gun ste cur double
o?.I si ugh- barrel shotguns. We
nive ibe L. C. Smith, Parker and
? lu-r makes.
Rumsey & .Jones.
Never was a better snit for
?|5 uu iban we are selling now. F.
G. .Mei i ?ns. Augusta, Ga.
T ?rge suj?].!. ? ol* Appier and Ked
Rust Pi.?of Oats for seed.
hldgctield Mercantile Co.
One and two horse plows for sale
? i special prices.
L. T. May.
STB AY ED-Blank cow with
red strip's on b?ek st ra vi o or wa
stolen from my borny .wo w?ek>
a;uo. lio -s sawed short.
M il. gan Morgan
LOST: Between M. A. Taylor's
residence and Mrs. Lynch's resi
dence, one gold pin with five pearls.
Liberal reward if given to Adverti
FOR SALE-1.000 bushels of
Texas and Appier oats for seed at
05 ?nd 70 cents per bushel. S. T.
Williams, Pleasant Lane, S. C.
FOR SALE-Two cood mules,
one wagon and harness, one buggy
and family .horse. Must be sold in
the next few davs. J. H. P. Roper,
Kdgefield, S. C.
FOR RENT-My home in north
Edgeheld, good well, garden and
all necessary outbuildings. \\ ill
sell oi rent. W. C. Jackson.
F O R SAL E-A s-eond-hand
qua re piano, mahogany case. W.
FOR SALE-:J.o,000 feet of ?ea
som d ..veatlu-rboatdmg and ceiling.
S-27-Ot. David Strother.
FOI?. RENT-The Land run.
place above Meeting Street, live
or six-horse farm. Will rent all or
a portion to responsible party. Ap
ply to E. J. Minis, Edgetield, S. C.
A good warm Overcoat, special
quality lor ?15.00, F. C. Merlins,
Ib'il lounges in many varieties of
coverings ai reasonable prices.
Ramsey & Jones.
The prettiest silk lined Overcoat
\ou ever saw for 815.00, at F. G.
.Merlins, Augusta, Ga.
Fresh graham flour.
L. T. May.
^lAOO special suits and over
c>als, all ?troll, fit perfect, these are
belier values than you will get at
my cul price sale, see
F. G. Merlins Augusta, Ga
We invite our friends and the
public generally to cali and inspect
tile Free Sewing Machines which
we are now selling. Every part of
the machine is not onlv guaranteed
om insuied for a period of live
ve.ofl: ll' it is burned or broken up
froin any cause a new machine will
oe uiven in ils place. Surely such a
uiiKiautee or insurance policy as
ibis should prove that the makerB
of the machine have confidence in
M. Drop in and 'el us show you its
Ramsey & Jones.
Man"' farmers throughout the
county are ns ng our While Hicko
ry ?eli Hackney wagons. Ask those
who run ihetn what they are. Noth
IIy belier oil tile mai kel for the
Ramsey & Jones.
Fr-sb supply of lUue Ribbon syr
up. Nt ibing belter on iltc-warkt-i
Ti m m ons it M or? an.
When you need a new buggy bin
a Babcock, Hock Hill, Hackney,
Washington or Columbus buggy.
They have stood th? test of years.
Nothing heller on the market for
Ramsey it Jones.
A shipment nf new Georgia cane
syrup just receive 1.
rimmons it Morgan.
Dr. Plobson's Ointmeut Hea's
The constantly itching, burning
sensation and oilier disagreeable
forms of eczema, letter, sah rinn m
and ?hin eruptions prompilv cured
by Dr. ITotanri's eczema ointment
Geo. W Fiteh of Mnndota. TU ,
sa.\s: "T nun-based a box, of D'
Hobson**i eczema ointment. Have
had eczema ever since ike civi' war
have been treated by many noctors.
none have given the benefit that one
box of Dr. Robson's ee/pma oint
ment, has *' Every sufferer should
try it. We're so positive it will help
yon we guarantee it or money re
fnttdr-d. Al all druggists or by mail
50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co. Phila
delphia or St. Louis.
Stomach Troubles Disappear.
Stomach, liver and kidney troub
les, weak nerves, lame hack and fe
male il's disiopear when E'eetrie
Hitters are used. Thousands of wo
men .could liol be without a bottle
in the>r home. Eliz'i Pool of F??pew.
Oki... wiles: "Electric "'fritters
raised nie from a bed of sickness
and surT'iinu and has done me a
world ol' good. 1 wish everv suffer
in;- woman contd use this excellent,
rentedv and timi oui..is I did, jus'
bow .. <! ii 's.'1 As it lex helped
ihoiwnn ls of others, it ?tire!y wi!'
do the sine- for y? n Every bot tl'
.'ns?rani" d -"mc ?nd $1.00. At al!
druggies, li E l?ticklen it Co
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Full line of lwisehold paints in
all colors in cans from halp-pints
Timmons cfc Morgan.
Stained floors are the most up to
date. Apply a co .t of Lucas Home
Helps Floor Stain Finish, then
spread a rug here and there, and
yuu have an attractive floor.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Our harness department was nev
er better supplied. Buggy and
wagon harness, single and double,
at any price you want.
Ramsey & Jones.
We invite the ladies to call and
inspect our large stock of beautiful
rugs and art squares. We have the
largest assortment that we have
ever shown. The priced are reasona
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
NOTICE TO MY FRIENDS.
I desire to notify my friends
throughout Rdgetieid county that 1
have accepted a position with M.-,
J. E. Tarver, one ol' the leading
hardware, merchants of Augusta
and I shall he pleased.to have my
friends call to see mc when lhe.\
arc ir? Augusta. This popular store,
which in centrally located on Broad
Street, carries a large, well-selected
stock of hardware of all kinds and
il ill be a pleasure for me to serve
my Edgcrield friends. When in
need of builders hardware, touls,
farming implements and machinery
of ll kinds call to see me or write.
I -viii serve you to the best of my
J. H. P, Roper.
Christmas Holiday Tickets.
On sale December 17 to 25 inclu
sive also December 30 1913, and
January 1, 1014, with filial limit
returning January G, IOU.
Southern Railway Premier Car
rier of the South.
I desire to infoi
large stock of fre
bunch of bananas
stock of nuts of ali
Cheapest and be
The near approach ol
We have man
A beautiful li:
A box of Bust(
ceiviug new thii
Give us a call
which will suggt
RETURN to die grocer all
^ stitutes sent you for Royal Bak
ing Powder. There ia no sub
stitute for ROYAL. Royal 13 a pure,
cream cf tartar baking powder, and
healthful Powders offered as sub
stitutes are made from alum.
Full stock of coffin* and caskets i Constipation Poisons You.
always on hand. Calls answer, d I 7r , ,
, , ? i /\ i If von are constipated, vour entire
pi om pt Iv dav or night. Our hearse J , * * ,
. 1 ; , HVstem is poisoned nv the waste
service is at \our command. ? , . , , ,
n w matter kept in inc bon\-serious re
Jtvamsev cc .lunes. , cru ir' r? rr- .>
suit-* often follow. Use Dr. Kings
"Satisfaction, von- m.."ev Lack New Life Pills and you will soon
or anew wagon"-that's tin* frist of "d of constipation, _headache
the tr narantee that goes with every and other troubles. 25c atsd nigffist?
,4TII01iNHILIin W?tron. ,,r bv ni lil- n K Buoklen & Co.
WHsiMi A Camelon. Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Grow More Cotton to the Acre.
Piant Simpkins' Prolifie Seed.
The earliest Cotton in the World. Ninety days from
planting t?> bale. Very prolific and a good linter.
We sell llie only pennine- Air. Simpkins' own s -ed- di
rcct from his farm.
Price $1.25 per bushel. 25 bushels at $1.15
LIBERAL DISCOUNT IF ORDERED BEFORE
.1 ANITA RV FIRST
On every order sent us before Jan. 1st take 10c off this
price. Onie' now- the tine is short.
W. H. HIXSON SEED CO., - CHARLESTON
So'e Distributors for South Carolina
.rn our patrons thai we will have a
sh fruit of all killis and will give a
free with every order for $8.09.
k 5 n H s
st candies, also full lino cf fireworks.
i *v! TOTTI Tl rr M /T>, Trt-/*S Tr& Tf? Y
? Christmas reniiml? us that it i< time to think of
y pretty and useful articles that will
ne of plain and embroidered handker
5e to 50e
ir Brown hosiery, four pairs for $1,
four months. We are constantly re
lgs for the holiday trade.
and let us show you our varied stock,
ist to you just the article you wish to
Yours to SiMwe,