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I Fourth Annual Sessk
I April 22=25, Wi!! Ai
I Vice President Dei?v
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'AT1TH the vice [?resident of the!
United States delivering the|
opening address on Wednes
day morning, April 22, with I
two or three members of President
Wilson's cabinet in attendance and
participating in its discussions, with
TICS PRESIDENT MARSHALL,
Who dell'e.-s- omening address at National
Drainage congress, Savannah, April "2.
eminent engineers and sanitarians on
the program for important addresses
and with au assemblage of United
States senators and representatives,
governors and other state officials such 1
as has never before graced such :i j
gathering, the National Drainage con
gress will hold Its fourth annual ses- ?
sions at Savannah. Cu.. April 22-2"..
Several hundred delegates aro ex
pected. Including many of the leading
men of affairs of the south and west.
The south Atlantic .skates are expect
ed to be especially strongly represented.
Among worid noted speakers from
abroad ls Slr William Willcocks, build
er of the great Assouan dam In Egypt,
who sailed from Cairo Cor this special
purpose in March.
In appreciation of the importance of
the congress to the material and health
interests of the country the railroads
have granted very low rates to Savan
nah from all points south of the Ohio
and east of the Mississippi rivers.
For their entertainment an attractive
program has been prepared. Profes
sa WILLIAM WILLCOCKS OF ?AI?G, EGYPT,
Designer and builder of. great Assouan !
dam across NUe, who will deliver Ulus
trated lecture at National Drainage con
gress at Savannah.
slonal baseball will mark every day of
the week, Savannah versus Columbia
the first three and Savannah versus
Charleston the last three days. The
navy department has ordered an im
posing array of war vessels to Savan
nah for the week, including cruisers,
torpedo boats and torpedo boat de- :
stroyers. These will he open for pub
lic inspection every day. and an oppor
tnnlty will be afforded to visitors to i
study life on these Interesting fighting
craft. The jackies from the ships, the
garrison from Fort Sereveu, with its (
famous military band; the local mili
tary, consisting of ten companies of
Infantry, ; ?TO batteries of artillery and
a company of cavalry, and other local
organizations, will participate in a I
great military and civic demonstration ?
on Thursday afternoon, April 2??. in a !
sense escorting the floral parade at !
that time, which has been organized
by Lachlan McIntosh chapter. D. A. R. j
? '"prirpds of automobiles and Moats, j
ns st Savannah, Ga,, i
tract Wide Attention. |
srs Opening Address. *
gorgeously and artistically decorated lu
floral designs, will p;i.ss through the
main streets of tin* city 'hut afternoon.
I At night the business section, oue of
TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER AT SAVANNAH.
the most brilliantly illumluated in thc
count ry, will be given up to a masquer
ade carnival, with prizes for the most
beautiful and most grotesque costume*
worn by masqueraders. The night wiU
be surrendered to general jollification
a veritable Mardi <;r:is event without
limitation to innocent fun.
The following day. Friday. April 2 !
!0UT CRUISERS AT SAVANNAH
has been designated as Tybee (or Se:i
shore) day. with nu excellent schedul.
to Tybee island, one of the south's note,
beaches, where there will be dancin
on the great pavilions, military dres
parade and concert and other feature
0VB2 A HX'NDR. .D FLO HAL DECORATE
AUTOS IN SAVANNAH'S FLORAL AND Ml'
ITA RY PABADE THUBSDAY. AI'BIL 23.
There is no moro delightful place on
warm spring day^tliau Tybee beach.
During the week there will be othe
features of the program of entertaii,
ment that will be a source of pleasure
The rates on the railroads are goo
for ten days, not expiring until ml<
ONE OF THE ?BEAT GUNS AT FORT SCHE
VEN, TYBEE ISLAND, NEAB SAVANNAH.
night on April 30. As the climate o:
Savannah at this period ol' the year I
unsurpassed in the world for out or
door enjoyment and Savannah, the
south's "Forest City," is thou most
beautiful in its fresh dress of verdun'
the expectations of a large attendance
on the congress and of visitors iu gen
eral are not apt to be disappointed.
Pension Roll of Edgefield
County for 1914
Class A. $96.00.
D D Brooks
J A Lanier, Franklin
Samuel Medlock. Rehoboth
Dr Walter Nicholson, Pleasant Lane
G H Seigier, Longmires
W L Quattlebaum, Johnston.
Class B $72.00
W M Corley, Cleora
J K Cosey," Collins .
T B Lanier, Longmires
S W Prince. Modoc.
Class C. $48.00.
L P Boone, Pleasant Lane
W S Boyce, Trenton
W S Covar, Edge held
. Simeon Devore, Trenton
Whitfield Glauzier, Collins
J M Holson, Plum Branch
E M Holmes,
J B Moore
L J Miller, Collins
T C Strom, Edgefield
W E Timmerman, Meeting Street
M G Whitlock, Johnston
Class C. $24.00.
John R Bryant, Trenton
G M Boswell,Edgefield
John Brunson, Parksville
J T Booth,
John Curry, Trenton
J F Coleman, Plum Branch
J O Carpenter, Trenton
J P Cull um Trenton
J W Collins Cold Spring
J B Dorn, Parksville *
J E Dobey, Roper
J E Doolittle, Rehoboth \
H W Eubanks. Franklin
Henry Gobel, Longmires
J J Garrett, Parksville
DM Glover, Hardys
C B Glover
J W Hester, Johnston
J E Holmes, Prescott
J P Harling, Plum Branch
W A Howell, Modoc
William Hair, Edgefield
O W Lanier, Rehoboth
W T McManus, Meeting Street
J C Mayson, Johnston
George Ouzts, Johnston
C G Pardue, Tn nton
S L Roper, Edgefield
J P Rikard. Wards
L S Riddlehoover, Plum Branch
J M Simons, Johnston
J A Stevens, Collier
Jacob Smith. Edgefield
E T Timmerman, Meeting Street
F P Walker, Pleasant Lane
J Whitlock, Chavis
C W Vance, Red Hill.
Class C. No. 3, $48.
S R Collett, Edgefield
C C Johnson, Merriwether
Ann Randall, Johnston
Savannah Timmerman, Pleasant Lane
Class C. No, 4, $24.00.
Bettie Adams, Johnston
M A Bartley, Edgefield
J J Bryant, Trenton
Mary A Rush, Johnston
H J Burton, Pleasant Lane
Bailie D Bunch, Poverty Hill
Sarah Brooks, Cold Springs
F L Cornett. Plum Branch
Emeline Cartledge, Edgefield
Mary Chamberlain, Plum Branch
Kate Crouch, Trenton
Melissa Carpenter, Johnston
M Elizabeth Campbell, Edgefield
H E Carpenter, Trenton
Martha Davis, Trenton
S A Denny, Johnston
Ann Doolittle, Modoc
Elizabeth Dike, Longmires
Vicey Dorn, Pleasant Lane
Mary Freeland, Johnston
Carrie Freeland, Rehoboth
Cornelia Glover, Edgefield
Nannie S Griffin, Edgefield
Virginia C Gilchrist, Rehoboth
Emily Gray, Edgefiold
Eliza Hamilton, Plum Braneh
Francis Holmes, Plum Branch
Ann Harris, Johnston
M C Hughey
Mary A Houston, Johnston
Katherine Holl? . Johnston
Caroline J Holman, Modoc
Adeline Jackson, Cold Spring
J E Langley, Longmires
Lucinda McLendon, Cold Springs
Lydia Murrell, Edgefield
Epsy Morris, Johnston
M L Mayson, Cleora
Fannie Murphey, Trenton
P B McLendon, Chavis
Ella McCullough, Edgefield
Emma Mayson, Cleora
Jane E Ouzts, Edgefield
Elizabeth Ouzts, Meeting Street
Mary Pardue, Collins
Zella A Paul, Edgefield
Emmeline Ripley, Johnston
Carrie Ransom, Edgefield
J E Roper, Trenton
Susannah Stevens, Elmwood
A E Seigler, Rehoboth
Sarah Ann Turner, Johnston
Sarah Timmerman, Cleora
Ann J White, Longmires
Lucinda White, Plum Branch
J A White, Edgefield
MAH Williams, Chavis
Narcissa Williams, Johnston
Sarah Wood, Edgefield
L E Wright, Edgefield.
Notice of Final Dis
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, R. M. Johnson has
made application unto this Court
for Final Discharge as Executor in
re the Estate of Geo. W. Johnson
deceased, on this the 13th day of
March li? 14.
These Are Therefore, to cite any
and all kindred, creditors, or par
lies interested, to show cause be
fore me at my office at Edgefield
Court House, South Carolina, on
tho 18th day of April 1014 at U
o'clock a. m., why said order of Dis
charge should not be granted.
W. T. Kinnaird,
J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
March 13, 1914-5t.
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 till your orders for any kind of
plant food, the dependable kind. Come in to see us.
W. W. Adams, & Company.
Screen The House.
NOW is the time to protect your hor.e against
the pestry disease-breeding fly, by putting in
Sereen Windows and Doors. We have all sizes of
both and can fit any size opening. Windows at
40. 50, 60 and 75 cents, and doors at $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00 and $2.50.
Remember that one doctor's bill will screen your
Full stock of Ice Cream Freezers, all sizes. See
our Water Coolers. We have numerous other
seasonable articles for the home.
Stewart & Kernaghan.
Furniture, Furniture, Furniture
and Farmers Hardware.
Our two stores, No. 972 Broad and No. 1,286 Broad
Street, stand wide open to our Edgefield friends.
In our up-town store in addition to a full stock of
furniture we carry a large supply of farmers hardware
that we are selling at close prices. Mr. Wyatt H. Ham
mond of Colliers is a member of the salcsforce at our
upper store and will always be pleased to see his Edge
field friends. ,
We can supply anything you need in furniture.
Call to see us when in need of anything for the house.
If we haven't what you want in stock we will order it
E. M. ANDREWS FURNITURE COMPANY
972 Broad, Phone 445. 12S9 Broad, Phone 2311