Newspaper Page Text
Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, March 25th.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Rev. E. C. Bailey will preach ai
Trenten Sunday nicht at 8 o'clock.
fir. L. T. May and Mr. J. Davis
May spent Tuesday in Augusta with
Mr. Charlie WatcB.
Mr. Charles R. Dobson spent the
week-end herewith his mother, Mrs.
Emma JS. Dobson.
Capt.N.G Evaniiis making atypi-j
cal and ifficieiit teacher ol' "Hie
Deefrtrick Sk ule."
Mr. J. Rubenstein's millinery
opening hst'1 hur.-day and Friday
nan largely patronized.
No need of a compulsory educa
tion law in Edgefield. Everybody is
going to "The Deestrick Skule!"'
The Choral club will meet Frida)
evening at 8 o'clock at the home ol
Mrs. R. G. Shannonhouse.
Mr. Arthur S. Tompkins has
been in Charlotte during the pAs't
.week with his brother, Mr. D. A.
Mr. P. M. Feltham is here spend
ing some time with his family. His
idgefield friends always greet bim Jj,
Mrs. Fannie Tompkins and Miss
Emily Tompkins have returned
from a very pleasant visit lo rela
tives in Mobile.
Miss Sophi? Abney has returned
from a prolonged visit to her niece,
?irt?. J. Maner Lawton, who rebidec
A great throng attended the Cor
ner Store's millim ry opening. Th?
new st\les and many new creations
were greatly admired.
Collett & Mitchell, successors to
Timmons & Morgan, opened for
business Tue.-da\. They have a
beautiful store, having purchased
new cases and made many interior
Mr. R M. Gardner will move his
family this week from Columbia to
Edgefield and will occupy the resi
dence on thc Griffin hill.
Look up the new advertisements
this week of Rives Bros., J NV.
Peak, Dorn tfe Minis, Curtis Pub
lishing Company and J. Willie Lev.\
Frances Willard Johnson, the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.
S. Johnsen, is receiving much at
tention, e?peciallv from the mem
bers of the W. C. T. U.
Fnt-h supply ('f Lardreth's vege
table seed, the kind that never fail
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Rev. E. C. Bailey will preach
here Sunday at 11:15. Subject.
"How to make Edgefield an ideal
eily." All will be interested iii this
subject. Come all; come on time.
Landrelh's seed Irish potatoes,
Maine grown, in all of the populai
varieties at 45 cents per peck.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Mr. W. A. Woodson, the eldesi
son of Mrs. A A. Woodson, was
recently elected captain of the
Clinch Rifles of Augusta, which is
one of the oldest ncilitia companies
in the Georgia.
The play, "Kingdom of Heart's
Content", which was given in ?he
opera house Friday evening und?r
the management of Miss Lillie Bay
ly was well attended in spite of the
unfavorable weather. All of the
parts were well rendered. The li
brary of the graded school received
$15 from the entertainment.
. Yesterday morning Mr. R. M.
Gardner brought a potato to The j
Advertiser office that measured
about 15 inches in length and
weighed four and a half ponnds
when it was first taken from the
ground. The potato was very much
like an o'possum in shape. It was
grown by Mr. S. W. Gardner, Jr,
?who grows a large quantity every
year for market.
The people of Edgefield gave up
Mr. James W. Thurmond with re
gret. He has returned to Augusta
to make his home. The many friends
of Mrs. M. E Barker are delighted j
that she will remain in Edgefield !
Mr. and .Mrs. C. E. May will occn-1 i
py Mrs. Barker's horne willi her. j sins
Mrs. Kate Lynch will move inf o ! I'la
the brick residence near tho Met ho-j wu
??st church where Mr. and Mit.
M?<y have resided. 3
To the Voters of Edgefield County:
I respectfully solicit your unbiased
suffrage as a candidate for Supervisor
of your county, and if elected will try
to serve the people as near right as I
conceive, pledging myself to support
the nominees of the Democratic party.
W. G. Wells.
Some Stores Close Early.
We the undersigned merchant
agrpp to close our places of business
at 6:30 commencing from the first
nf April to September 1, 1914,
Ramsey <fc Jones, Smith-Marsh
Ho, L. f. May, W. A. Hart, Dorn
tfe Minis, Stewart tfc Kernaghan,
W. W. Adams & Co., Edyefield
Mercantile Co., W. L. Punovant.
li. H. Sanders and ibe E I ge field
Maikel will close at 7 o'clock.
Candidate For Supervisor.
In this issue of The Advertiser
Vir. W. G. Wells formally announc
>s his candidacy for the office of
?Supervisor of F-.lgetield county. Mr.
A'ell? is no stranaer to the peopli
>f Edgefield, having filled this im
>ortnnt office in the past. His ad
ninistration was economic and
lusinesslikc. While serving as su
?ervisor Mr. Wells endeavored to
lo his duty as he saw it, both in
he office and in looking after the |
uads and bridges.
A Royal Roast.
Rev. E. C. Hailey, the beloved
astor of the Piesbyterian church.
? not a minister who is given to
roasting" poople, yet some of his
riendo had a large share in a roast
hich he gave Monday and
'uesday evenings. But there are
roasts" and roasts. Mr. Bailees
nele, Mr. W. S. Edings who re
des on Edisto Island, sent him a
nrrel of oysters in the shell Mon
ly and he complimented a number
f his fi ?ends with a typical low
>untry oysier roast. This was
novel and very delightful experi
n-e for Edgefield people who had
?ver partaken of the bivalves l>e
>re nerved a la Hailey. The Ed i sic
thiers are as larye as No rf o k OAS
IS and much superior to them in
ivor. Mr. Bailey's friends will
yerlv await the announcement
jil he has another barrel ou tap
rizes For Canned Tomatoes.
The Advertiser has been request
i to announce that the county fair
sociation has offen d special prizes
r the hi'st collection of canned
nits and vegetables by girls pndei
i. years pf age. and that a si-ec.ial
ize wi i I be offered for canned to
Hoes in order to encourage the or
nizat.ion of tomato clubs in the
nools. The teachers of the Edge
Id uraded school have organized
tomato club in order to stimulate
e yirls of the school lo compete
r the prizes that will be awarded
the fair next fall. Any girls who
sh to become a member ef the
nb who does not attend the grad
school should send their names
Miss Hortense Padgett. The
?chers of other schools in the
unty should organize the girls of
e community into a tomato club,
any of the counties have been
oroughly organiz"d by paid or
nizers who are working under the
redion of the agricultural d?part
it, but no organizer has yet. been
signed to this county. Until this
d?.ne clubs in Edtrefield county
n not affiiliate with the utate or
nization but can compete for the
izes that, will be awarded at the
unty fair. Parents should en
urage their daughters to join the
mato clubs. Besides benefittini:
em, this special exhibit will make
attractive feature for the county
We have just received a I ar tte
ipment of eastern Irish potatoes
r seid. Can supply all of the popa
Penn & Holstein.
The daintiest and most exquisite
lection of style, ta?te and beauty
shown by a glimpse of gorgeous
(play we make. Our store is be
aked by patterns of latest types,
ors of this seasons demand and
ipes you'll find (hat becomes your
n t-tyle of beauty to its bestad
itage. Why pay a big price for
ar hat else? here as you can buy
e just as good for half price.
V complete bottling outfit foi a W
ill town. Any person conten?- "C
ling the bottling of soft drinks I be
tc for particulars. to
E. Sheehan, rn?
-18-3t. Augusta, Ga. ph
The union meetintr of the first di
vidion of the ?d ge field association
will be held at Herea church, Sat
urday and Sunday,, the 28th and
29th of March. The following pro
gramme hag been arranged:
11:00 a. rn- Devotional exercise*
by the moderator.
1. Are th? churches doing their
dutv toward missions? It not, whv
not? Kev. H. B. White, Dr MD
Jeffries and J L M i ms.
2. What should be the attitude
of the church toward worldly amuse,
mema? Prof C M Mellicharai, J K
\llen atid RT Strom.
3. Is the envelope system practi
?.al and beneficial to the church?
Kev .1 E Johnson, O Sheppard and
P W Cheaiham.
Adjourn one hour for dinner.
2:3U p. ra. Brief song service.
1. What are the duties of th?
hoa'd of deacons of a church?
Rev J F McKittriok, Whit Harlin^
and A S Tompkins.
2. Are the union meetings ac
complihhing the purpose for which,
they were < ritri rial ly intended? M li
Hamilton, M B Byrd and S N Tint
10:30 a. m. The relation of th?
Sunday school to the prosperity ol
the church? W B Cogburn, A
Tompkins and R T Strom.
11:30 a. m- Missionary sermon,
Dr M D Jeffries.
Adjourn one hour fordinnir.
2:3u p. m. Brief song service.
Afternoon programme to be ar
Edgefield, Trenton, Mill.
I hope next Sunday to mpet the
allowing appointments: Edtretield
lethodist church 11:31)a. m., Tr? n
II) Methodist church 4 p. m., Mill
?hapel 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
t Methodist church Thursday night
t 8 o'clock.
J. R. Walker.
Next Sunday being the fifth Sun^
lay there will be no service at I he
laptist church. Sunday school will
e held at the usual hour.
Mr. Roger Hill says he has oj?|.
eied the latest t\pe machinery an
hat his ginnery will be modern in
very part ici.lar. It will have a ca
acity of about 50 bales per day.
LOST-March 19, in the Blocker
>ad, a bundle containing two pair.?
f knee pants, size 19. Finder will
ave at The Advertiser office.
FOR SALE-Two good horses,
leap for cash, also 100 bushels of
-on peas at $2.2d per bushel. M.
7. H. lston:
FOR SALE: A . pair of good
mles cheap, will weigh between
,000 and ],200 pnxnda each. Ap
ly to Geo. W. Adams.- 3-18-41.
FOR SALE: 200 bales of good
?avine, crab grass and cane hay.
J. A. Winn, Plum Branch.
FOR SALE-A good mule, cheap
ir ea?h. L. T. May.
FOR SALE-2 horses, 3 mules,
ne milch cow, corn, fodder, peas,
ja-hay, oat-straw, 3 2 horse way
ns, new grain-drill, new portable
horse power International gaso
ne engine. H. Spann Toney,
i>bnston, S. C.
FOR RENT-Butler Hill, with
tout 40 acres land. Apply to O.
. Bri ir ht.
Street Compound Notice.
Notice is given that the annual
immutation tax for street duty for
ie year 1914 has been fixed by the
iwn council at $2.00, the same to
) due and pasable at my office
iring the month of April 1914.
erson8 liable thereto failing to pay
me must work on tho streets of
e town for the period of four
iys. See ordinance.
E. J. Norris,
(.Merk of Town Council,
arch 20, 1914.
Best Family Laxative.
Beware of constipation. Use Dr.
ing's New Life Pills and keep
?ll. M-8. Charles E. Smith, of
est Franklin, Me., calls them
)ur family laxative." Nothing
uer for adults or ajred. Get them
day. 25c. All druirtrists or bv
iii H E Buck len & Co. Philodei
ia or St. Louis.
ANSWER THE CALL.
Edgefield People Have Found
That This is Necessary.
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench,
A little cause may hurt the kid
Spells of backache often follow,
.Or some irregularity of the urine.
A splendid remedy for such at
A medicine that has satisfied
Is Donn's kidney pills a special
Many Edgefield people rely on it.
Here i* Edgefield proof.
> W H Paul, Butler street, Edge
field, S. (.., says: "I was bothered
by kidney complaint from child
hood. It got wot>e after I had ihe
measles a^out tw* Ive years ago. I
suffered from acute pains through
out my body and I had much troub
le from weikne?-s from the kidneys
and bladder. I)<?an*s kidney pills
were just what I needed, driving
away the pains and strengthening
my kidneys and bladder .Whenever
I have felt in need of a kidney
medicine since, Doan's kidney pills
have come to my aid. I consider
them the best kidney medicine to
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
tret Doan's kidney pills-the same
that Mr. Paul had. Foster-Mil bum
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. '
Notice of Election.
State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
Whereae, a petition bas bppn filpd
with ns, and all legal requirements
have been met, it is Ordered that G.
W. Quart?*, R. M. Johnson and L.
I. McLendon, constituting the resr
dar'y appointed Board of Trnflteep
Red Hill School DistnVt No. 3.
lo hold an election at. Red Hill
School House on Satnrday, April
Uh, 1914, to vote upon the ques
ion of levying and collecting an
idditional tax of one and one-half
nills on the dollar of all taxable
lrooprty in said district, proceeds
>f stich levy to be used for sebnr."
>nrpn?p<a in Red Hill School Dis
ri?;t. No. 3.
. At this election only such resi
lent electors as return real or person
al property for taxation, and who
ixhibit their tax receipts and regis
ration cprtificates as required in
reneral elections shall be allowed
Th"se favoring the increased levy
hall cast a ballot with the word
Yes" written or ptinted thereon,
ind those opposed to such inereaspd
evy shall cast a ballot with tho
rord "No" written or prin'ed
hereon. Within ten days after
he election, if a majority of those
'oting jhall favor the increased
evy, the managers will submit to
'ottnty Auditor the result of elec
ion. The polls shall open at 8
('clock a. m., and close at 4 o'clock
>. m., and in all respects com ph
nth Sec. 1208, Code of Laws of
W. W. Fuller,
E. H. Folk,
Co Boaad .of Education,
Edgefieid Co., S. C.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
>y W. T. Kinnaird, Probate Judge.
Whereas, L. M. Johnson made
nit to me, to grant him Letters of
administration of the Estate of and
ffects of G. C. Johnson.
These Ar9 Therefore to cite and
draonish all and singular the kin
red and creditors ot the said G. C.
uhnsori deceased, that they be and
ppear before me, in the Court of
'r?bate, to be held at Ldgetield S.
J., on April 9th, 1914, next, after
ublication thereof, at ll o'clock in
he forenoon, to show cause, if any
bey have, why the said Adminis
ration should not be granted.
Given under my H nd this 23rd
ay of March A. D., 1914.
W. T. Kinnaird, I
P. J. E. C. S. C.
"After four in our family had died
of consumption I was taken with
a frightful cough and lung trouble,
but my life was saved and I gained
87 pounds through using
W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tax,
PRICE 50c and .'r.?.S?O AT ALL PFiUGGISTS.
RETURN to the grocer all sub
stitutes sent you for Royal Bak
" ing Powder. There ia no sub
stitute for ROYAL.
cream of tartar baking powder, and
Powders offered as sub
are made from alum.
It is not too early to think of
your spring snit. We announced
ready for your inspection the most
complete and attractive line of
spring styles for men and boys. It j
matters not how your peisonal taste
runs, whether to the latest English
(uit or die box back effect to light
or dark patterns you will find here,
t he largest and most satisfactory I
variety from which to make your
selection and you may rest assured ;
that all properly conform to the j
fashions latest deere* in cut and |
styles and that the quality tnav be
absolutely depend* d upon. We have j
also received a large shipment of
men's spring style hats in ihe npw
Bst shapes and most popular shades.
Notice of Final Dis
ro All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, R. M. Johnson has
nade application unto this Court
or Final Discharge as Executor in
'e the J??*tate of Geo. W. Johnson
leceased, on this the 13th day of
These Are Therefore, to cite any
nd all kindred, creditors, or par
ies interested, to ?how cause he
ore ire ai toy office at Kdgefield
yourt House, South Carolina, on
Iicl8thday of April 1914 at ll
'clock a. m., why said order of Dis
harge should not be grauted:
W. T. Kinnaird,
J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
March 13, 1914-ot.
Kickapoo Worm Killer Expel?
The cause of your child's ills, the
foul, fetid, offensive breath, the
starting uu with terror and grinding
of teeth while asleep, the sallow
complexion, the dark circles under
the eyes, are all indications of
worms. Kickapoo worm killer is
what your child needs; it expels the
worms, the cause of the child's un
healthy condition. For the removal
of seat, stomach and pin worms,
Kickapoo worm killer gives sure
relief. Its laxative effect adds tone
to the general system. Supplied as a
candy confection, children like it.
Safe and sure relief. Guaranteed.
Buy a box to day Price 25c. All
druggists or hy mail. Kickapoo In
dian Med. Co Phila. or St. Louis.
ADAMS' BIG BOLL
Two years ago I purchased some
improved cotton seed from a Geor
gia farmer who had bred it up, pay
inLr ttl. 18 cents per pound foi the
seed. It is large, dioprooted, re
sisting drought storm and rust?
Have made 664 pounds per acre of
lint on thin land by using only 200
pounds of standard guano. On same
grad'- of land with my next best
variety only made 3(JU pounds of
lint. Seed cotton from 32 well de
veloped bolls weighs a pound. Will
stand dronyht three weeks longer
than other varieties.
I have a limited quantity of seed
lhat 1 will sell for $5.00" per "bushel.
Send in your orders at once.
R. F. ADAMS,
R. F. D. No. 2, Batesburg, S. C
WHEN IN AUGUSTA MAKE
The J. Willie Levy Co.,
SPRING SUITS AND FURNISHING
FOR MEN AND BOYS NOW READY
OUR WOMENS' READY TO WEAR
SUITS, DRESSES,;WAISTS ETC. THE MOST UP
TO-DATE IN THE SOUTH.
GET YOUR PACKAGES TOGETHER HERE.
WAITING ROOMS FOR THE LADIES.
The "Mincret" Lady Doll
sire is iNCHLS
We will give a pattern of thia
beautiful doll's dress to every
child that calls at our Pattern
Department, accompanied byan
adult, during the coming v/cck.
Get one for your litde girl
to-day. Ita FREE.
In addition to this free pat
tern, we have an extensive
in all styles and sizes at our
The CORNER STORE,
W, H. TURNER, Proprietor.