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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, March 4th.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Everything was frozen Monday
except the March wind.
Mrs. Mamie Darling is the guest
of her cousin. Mrs. Bettis Cantelou.
Mr. B. B. Wilson is back in
Edgefield for a few days. Il?
friends always welcome bira most
Mr. J. Pope Ouzts came np from
Graniteville and spent Sunday here
with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kinnaird.
If the prolonged winter has any
thing to do with making conditions
favorable, every tree will bring
forth fruit in its season this year.
The witnesses and jurors who
journeyed 10, 15 and 20 miles Mon
day to perform their duty deserve
50 cents per mile and $5.00 per day.
Mr. R. J. Moultrie stated to The
Advertiser's representative yester
day that it is his purpose to be a
candidate for supervisor and will
lornially announce at the proper
Miss Bessie Woodson who is a
student nurse at the city hospital in
Augusta spent Monday h^re with
Ber mother. Mrs. A. A. Woodson.
The "Lost" advertisement in The
.Advertiser found Mr. J. L. Gil
christ's lo*t dog. The results that
these little advertisements bring are
Everything freezes these cold
mornings except Nady Cothran's
voice. His cries do not fail to bring
in i be tardy witnesses, jurors and
The more than 1,600 subscribers
of The Advertiser give our adver
tisers more than 8,000 readers every
?week for their advertisements. Tnat
is*wby the results are most gratify
Senator B. E. Nicholson spent
the week end at home, return ng to
his post in the senate Tuesday af
ternoon. He could not say while
here just when final adjournment
would be reached.
P We have just received a large
shipment of eastern Irish potatoes
for seid. Can supply all of the popu
Penn & Holstein.
Supervisor Edmunds should not
he blamed for all the bad roads. He
only promised to sand the clay and
clay the sand but he has done more
than that- be has iced the roads,
?laking them as firm as cement.
The Advertiser has been request
ed to make the following announce
ment: "U. D. C. chapter will hold
its next meeting at home of Mrs.
Thomas H. Rainsford, Tuesday af
ternoon, .March 10, at 3:30 o'clock.
R. S. V. P."
Now is the time to prepare the
garden. We can supply you with
the celebrated Bursf seed direct
from their setd farm.
Penn & Holstein
Mr. E. S. Johnson has had the
plans drawn for the eighteen-room
hotel which ho will soon erect nea
the station. The building will be
steam heated and will be equipped
with a modern water system. I
'will be completed by early fall.
We have just received a big stock
of Ladies Muslin Underwear. A
large assortment of Princess Slips
and Drop Skirts, Corset Covers and
a handsome line of Gowns. Prices
The people of Abbeville are
jrreatly pleased with the changed
conditions under prohibition. Crimi
nal court was held there only about
two days last week, whereas when
the dispensary was in existence it
lasted a full week and sometimes
The severe cold and almost im
passable roads have temporarily
checked the hauling of guano, but
in a fewdays practically every far
mer in the county will be moving
fertilizers to the maximum capacity,
so as to get it on the farm befoie
the ground is sufficiently dry to run
the p?o ws.
How about a new suit for Sprins.?
Our line of Mens and lio\s Clothing
is very near completed, and always
hear it in your mind that we can
save you from $i.QQ to $5.00 on
Miss Kitty Lou Hughey, daugh
ter of Mrs Catherine Hughey, an<
Robert Thomas West of the Reho
both section were married Wednes
day afternoon at the home of th?
bride. When the hour arrived for tht
ceremony mother nature had adorn
ed herself with a robe of beautiful
white thus adding: more loveline*
to the happy occasion.
The rooms were beautifully
decorated with Southern smilax,
cut flower? and potted plants.
The bride entered on the arra ol
the groom and was exquisitely
gowned in blue crepe de chine em
paneled richly in ruchiner and lace.
The ceremony wae performed by
the Rev. J. T. Littlejohn pastor of
the contracting parties.
"Immediately after the ceremony
the young couple received the con
emulations and good wishes ol
relatives and friends present.
The presents were shown in an
adjoining room, a magnificent array
including silver, glass, linen and
On the following day the bridal
party assembled at the home of the
groom's father where a feast await
ed them, Mrs. WTest wearing on
this occasion a brown pongee coat
snit smartly tailored and a beautiful
hat of matching color.
The bride is a very popular and
worthy young woman, the groom
beir g a prosperous young fanner of
tine moral character.
They will reside for the present
at the home of the bride's mother.
Wishing them a long, happy and
Five days of prayer and back to
Quebec. Thursday night at 8 at
At thc Baptist church Dr. M. D.
Jeffries will preach at 11:30 a. m.
md 8 p. m. The ?abject of the
morning sermon will be "Our ex
Begin reading 2nd Corinthians
md go to Edgefield Methodist
church next Sunday morning and
night, 11:30 and 8 o'clock. Morning
subject, ''Trouble and consolation."
v Service at Johnston.
Two services will be conducted
'-.his coming Sabbath in the Presby
terian church, one at 11:15 and the
other at 4 p. m. A cordial invita
tion to the public.
FOR SALE-2 horses, 3 mules,
ine milch cow, corn, fodder, peas,
jea-hay, oat-straw, 3 2-horse wag
ons, new grain-drill, new portabh
5-horse power International gaso
ine engine. H. Spann Toney.
Johnston, S. C._
WANTED: Information con
terning a good red milch cow tba
?t raved or was stolen from me abou
.he 18th of February.
W. F. West,
2 25 Edgefield, R. F. D.
FOR SALE-Fancy Bred Berk
'hire pigs; White Orpington anr1
Rhode Island eegs for Si.00 pe>
utting of 13. M. D. Lyon, Edge I
field, S. C. 2-ll-5t.
FOR SALE-Eggs from high
class Ringlet Barred Rock chicken:
it SI.00 and ?2.00 per setting oi
13. Luther G. Padgett, R. 3:
Johnston, S. C.
FOR SALE-Five hundred bush
sis of home-raised corn at Si l"
per bushel. J. C. Long, Trenton,
FOR SALE-Indian Runne
Duck eggs, lil.00 for fifteen. R
L. Rountree, Callisjn, S. C.
FOR RENT-Butler Hill, witl ,
about 40 acres land. Apply to O
FOR SALE-Improved Big Bol
King cotton seed. 80cts per bushel i
P. J. Coleman, Trenton, S. C.
Best Family Laxative.
Beware of constipation. Use Dr
King's New Life Pills and kee^
well. M's. Charles E. Smith, ol
West Franklin, Me., calls them
"Our family laxative." Nothing
better for adults or aged. Get then?
to-day. 25c. All druggists or by I
mail. H E Backten & Co. Philodel- i
phia or St. Louis. ?
Race Suicide in France.
Of the 113 women who have th
rig-ht in France to wear the covet
ed red ribbon of the Legion of
Honor not one of them wan honor
ed for achievements in 'the great
est career for women," that of moth
erhood. The 14th may be, howev
er, a? President Poincare has been
asked to nominate Mme. Aunt, who
has the distinction of being the
mother of twenty-two children. So
much has been sail re ently about
he necessity of boosting the Frei?cli
irth rate that Mme's cn*nce of
entering the Legion may be, sug
gests The Savannah News, ex
cellent on that account. ,. France ir.
working hard to keep down race
suicide. Several laws are in con
templation. One gives to each man
* vole for himself and eich of bin
children Another leaves one third
of each estate to the children of a
married couple. If there are no
children born to the couple the
third of the estate goes to the state.
Another proposition makes the state
the heir of one-half the estate of
each bachelor.-Augusta Chronicle.
Honor Roll Edgefield Public
and High School. 5th Month.
First Grade, Section B-Eliza
beth Timmerman, Mary Marsh, Al
len George Thurmond, Royal Shau
nonhonse, .lack Feltham.
Section A- Allen Edwards, Eliza
beth Paul, Robert Arti ur.
Second Grade-Isabelle Byrd 98,
Edwin Rives 95, Benjamin Coo
burn 94, Elizabeth Lott 94, John,
Wells 84, Earle Qnarles 93, Wal-|
lace Sheppard 92, Tom Bailey 91.
Third Grade-Ehanor Mims 95,1
Mitchel Wells 98, Helen Nichol-1
<*??n 97, Gertrude Thurmond 96,
George Tompkins 96, Corrie Cheat
ham 95, M obley Sheppard 93, Sam
Paul 92. Ra* iron I Folk 91.
Fourth G r a ri e- William Folk
92 3 8, Lois Mirna 92 1-4, Dixon
Timmerman 90 5-8, Willie McMa
nus 90 18, James Dobson 90.
Fifth Grade-Norma Shannon
house 95, Sarah Lyon 90 5-8, Ellen
Quarle* 90 3-8, Edith Ouzts 92 1-2
Alma Thomas 90.
Sixth Grade-Arthur Britt 96,
Edwin Folk 90, James Sharpton 94,
James Porter 91, Ileen Harting 90.
Seventh Grade-Margaret May !
92 2-5. :
Eighth Grade, High School-~|
Mary Lewis 95 5-7, Ouida Pattison
1)5 5 7, Pearl Quailes 94, Janice
Morgan 93 4-7, Carroll Rainsfurd
92 6 7.
Ninth Grade-Lula Ouzt9 97 1-3,
Blundell Hart 96 5-6, Alma De
Loach 96 4-0, Ida Folk 96 1-6, Lal
lte Peak 93 16, Luther Byid 99 6-7,
Percy Ouzts 90 1-6.
Tenth Grade-Francis Simkins)
Southern Railway Schedule
Effective Sunday, March 1st,
1914, Schedule of train No. 8, Au
gusta lo Columbia, will be as fol
Lv Augusta 7:10 a m
Lv Warrenville 7:40 a m
Lv Grantville 7:44 am
Lv Trenton 8:15 a m
Lv Edgefield 7:50 am
Lv J??h ???ton 8:29 a m
Lv Ward 8:41 a. m
Lv Batesbnrg 9:15 a m
Lv Leesville 9:20 a m
Lv Lexington 10:00 a m
Ar Columbia 10:30 a ra.
Corresponding changes at interme
liate siations. For additional in
f ?rmatio i, communicate with,
District Passengenr Agent,
722 Broad Street,
I am prepared to treat stock for all
diseases at reasonable prices. My head
office and hospital are at Johnton at
Jordan and Amaker's stable. Every
ind Monday I will be found at H. C.
Watson's stables at Edgefield.
DR. J. M. LOVE.
Jan. 7, 1914--3mos.
Chamberlain's Tablets For Con
For constipation. Chamberlain's
LabletH are excellent. Easy to cake,
n i I il and gentle in effect. Give them
i trial. For sale by all dealers.
m hers who think quite different
There are several old veteran
near rae from 09 to 85 .years o.d and
verv few of them have white hair
and beards, dbn't know why. I tell
them it must be on account of burn
ing lightwood knots in the fire place,
stove and around the wash pot. So
don't be surprised if my hair should
turn black again.
Swainsboro, Ga. Uncle Iv.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
By W. T. Kinnaird, Probate Judge.
Whereap, Mrs. Mary E. Dorn
[and T. J. Dorn made suit to me, to
grant.them Letters of Administra
tion of the Estate of and effects of
T. M. Dorn.
These Are Therefore to cite and
[admonish all and singular the kin
dred and Creditors of the said T.
M. -Dorn deceased, that they be and
I appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Edgefield C.
H., S. C., in my office on the 19ih
?day of March 1914, next, after pub
lication thereof, at ll o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Ad minis
tration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand, this 27th
?day of February Anno Domini,
1914. Published on the 4th and
11th day of March, 1J14, in tho
W. T. Kinnaird,
J. P. E. C. S. C.
Absolutely has no substitute
Many mixtures are offered as
substitutes for Royal* No other
baking powder is the same in
composition or effectiveness, or
so wholesome and economical,
nor will make such fine food*
Royal Ss the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
TRUSTEES AND TEACHERS.
Trustees will please see that
teachers' final claims are accompa
nied by annual reports. Teachers
will take notice that final claims
will not be approved without an
W. W. Fuller,
Co. Supt. Ed.
Card of Thanks.
We take this means of thanking
our neighbors, friends and faithful
doctor tor their extreme kind
ness during the illness of
our husband and father. We
shall always hold these friends in
grateful remembrance and hope
some day to be able to remember
their kind deeds.
Mrs. T. M. Dorn & Children.
WE desire to call the attention of our farmer fr?en ds to the John Deere Uni
versal Disc Harrow, in both the solid and cutaway.
WE also have aecepted the agency for the new Eclipse smoothing harrow,
Be sure to call and see it.
WE have a few John Deere Stalk Cotters on hand that we do not want to
carry over and will close out at reduced price.
Stewart & Kernaghan
We desire to notify our farmer friends that we are ready to supply them
with fertilizers in all of the popular brands and formulas. We sell the cele
These goods have been used by farmers of this county for many years and
have given satisfaction.
We also have contracted for a large suppl}* of ingredients for mixing fer
tilizers at home. Bear in mind that we can rill your orders for any kind of
plant food, the dependable kind. Come in to see us.
W. W. Adams, & Company.