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Notice of Opening Books of ?
4 rollment For Voters in The
Election, Etc. Etc.
Notice is hereby given, that 1
following committees for enrc
ment have been appointed to enr
the voters of Edgefield county
the Democratic Primary fer t
year 1914, and said books of euro
ment will be opened at the plac
designated for each club Tuesdi
June 9th, 1914:
Enrollment committees for t
Democratic dobs of Edgeneld cot
ty, South Carolina, and plat
where books are to be opened:
Bacon: J M Wright, Sec., G
Smith and J H Bouknight; at Bott
Cleveland: C C Jones, Sec.,
S G Heath and T L Talbert; at
C Jones' store.
Colliers: Dr J N Grafton, Sec.,
T Mathis and E B Mathis;
Edget?eld Democratic Club No
Walton W Fuller, Sec., A E Pa
gett and W E Lott; at Ramsey
Edgefield Democratic Club No
J V Kemp. Sec., L L Clippard ai
T J Paul ; at the Mercantile Co ?tor
Hibler: Dannie White, Sec., G
Cartledge and W L Ridlehoover;
Dan White's store.
Lee: W L Coleman, Sec., W :
Sawyer ,and W M Wright; ;
Calhoun: A M Clark, Sec., J .
Lott and J W Hardy; store of Lot
Long Branch: RL Scott, Sec
Lewis Clark and Luther Yonce; :
Lewis Clarks' store.
Meriwether: H F Cooper, Sec
Walter Cheatham and J C Shaw; 2
Walter Cheatham's residence.
Meeting Street: J K Allen, Sec
JjR Blocker and W S Stevens; a
Moss: P W Cheatham, Sec., 1
A Williams and W T Reel; a
Moss: P. W. Cheatham, Sec., T
. A. Williams and W. T. Reel
Pleasant Lane: J T McDowell
Sec., ST Williams and F L Tim
merman; al F L Timmerman's store
Plum Branch: J R Bodie, Sec.
J H Lyon and W R Freeland; ai
Red Hill: H E Quarles, Sec., J
W Bailey and J W McDaniel; ai
Qoarles <fc McDaniels' store.
Rehoboth: D I Morgan, Sec., C
Strom and W A Winn; at D 1
Ropers: J E Dobey, Sec., J B
Timmerman and R A Timmerm?n;
at Timmerman's store. '
Shaw: W W Wise, Sec., G F
Long and J R Moss; at J R Moss'
South Hibbler: J D Hughey.
Sec, W E Sheppard and R ll
Quarles; at Quarles' store.
Washington: B M Bussey, Sec..
A V Bussey and N W McDaniel;
at the depot.
Parksville: D N Dorn. Sec., W
R Parks and C Robertson; at Bank
Clark's Hill: J O Marshall, Sec.,
J P Nixon and W S Middleton; at
The qualifications for member
ship in any eiub of the party and
for voting at a primary are as fol
lows: The applicant for member
ship, or voter, shall be 21 yeats of
age, or shall become so before th(
succeeding geueral election and be
a white Democrat. He shall be a
citizen of the United States and ol
this State. No person shall belong
to any club or vote \r> any primary
unless he h is reside : in the State
two years and in the county six
months prior to the succeeding gen
eral .election and in the club district
*50 days prior to the first primary
following his offer to enroll; pro
vided that public school teachers
and ministars of the gospel in charge
of a regular organized church shall
be exempt from the provisions of
this section as to residence, or oth
erwise qualified. The town of Edge
field and the adjacent territory is
divided into ttvo club Districts as
follows: All wards north of Colum
bia road and street, Main street.
Jeter street and Abbeville road shall
constitute one c ub District, and r-11
wards south of said Columbia road
and street, Main street, Jeter street
and Abbeville road shall constitute
the other club district for said town,
and that are citizens residing in town
ships adjacent to said town and
nearer thereto than to any other vo
ting precinct north of said line
shall vote in the first district, and
those residing south of said line
shall vote in the second district.
The town of Johnston and the ad
jacent territory is divided into two
club districts as follows: The South
ern Railway shall be the dividing
line between the two Club districts.
The first district shall embrace all
of the Town of Johnston North
West of the Southern Railway, and
the second district shall embrace
all of the town of Johnston South
East of the Soufhern Railway, and
that those citizens residing in adja
cent townships and nearer to thc
town of Johnston than to any other
voting precinct shall be allowed to
vote at the club district situated on
;he same side of the railway as they
reside. At Trenton, Modo^, Parks
ville and Plum Branch the club dis
tricts shall embrace the respective
town limits, and those citizens in
the adjacent townships living nearer
the voting precincts in said towns
than to any other voting precinct.
In all other cases the voter must
enroll in the club nearest his place
ot residence calculated by the near
est practical route and can vote only
at the voting place of such club
and the territory included by this
test shall be considered theclub dis
trict of such club. Each voter must
sign the club roll in person giving
his full name, age, occupation and
post office address. The books for
enrollment will remain open until
the last Tuesday in July, at which
time they will close. All voters are
urged to go in person and enroll
their names upon the club rolls of
the respective clubs to which thev
belong B. E. NICHOLSON,
June 2, 1914.
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Serious sicknesses start in disor
ders of the stomach, liver and kid
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ventive is Dr. King's New Life
pills. They purify the blood, pre
vent constipation, keep liver, kid
neys and bowels in healthy condi
tion. Give you better health by
ridding the system of fermenting
and gassy foods. Effective and mild.
25c at your druggist. Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve for all hurts.
A Good Drug Store.
It takes more than a stock of
drugs and good intentions to make
a good drug store. It requires an
intimate knowledge of weighing,
measuring and mixing, which comes
only after careful study and experi
ence. Your prescriptions will be
properly tilled at our store. We
have every modern facility and-we
know how. *
Penn & Holstein.
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And all other Forms of 1
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We Prepare a Reme
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827 1-2 Central Avenue,
Winthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examination.
The examination for the award
of vacant scholarships in Winthrop
College and for the admission of
new students will be held ai the
county court house on Friday, July
8, at 9 a. m. Applicants must not
be less than sixteen years of age.
When scholarships are vacant after
July 3 they will be awarded to
those making the highest average ai
this examination, provided they
meet the conditions governing the
award. Applicants for scholarships
should write to President Johnson
before the examination foi scholar
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 16, 1914. For
further information and catalog,
address President D. B. Johnson,
Rock Hill, S. C.
Hot Weather Tonic and Health
Are you run down, nervous, tired?
Is everything you do an effort? You
are not lazy, you are sick! Your
stomach, liver, kidneys, and whole
system need a tonic. A tonic and
health builder to drive out the waste
matter-build you up and renew
your strength. Nothing better than
Elictric Bitters. Start to day. Mrs.
James Duncan, Haynesville, Me.,
writes: "Completely cured me afte?
several doctors gave me up." 50c
and $1.00 at your druggist. Buck
len's Arnica Salve for cuts.
u?-??i mn t-?|I
Made A New IWanO??Jiim.
"I was suffering from pain iL my
stomach, head and back," writes if.
T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C., "and my
I liver and kidneys did not work right,
but four bottles of Electric Bitters
I made me feel like a new man."
PRICE 50 CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES.
is a Life Insurance Policy in our
company. The possession of it
is proof of wisdom and fore
thought. The little it costs puts
it in reach of the humblest citi
zen, and every man ought to have
his life insured for the benefit of
his family. Let us talk with you
on this subject if you are not al
ready insured. You will find
that we can make you a very at
e System is Right.
ood or Skin Disease
is too late but Order
>sitive Remedy for
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dy for Every Disease
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Cures Stubborn, itchy Skin
"I could scratch myself to piec
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eczema, tetter, itch and similar skin
eruptions. l)c?n't scratch, stop the
itching at once with Dr. Hobson's
eczema ointment. Its first applica
tion starts healing; the red, rough,
scaly, itching skin is smoothed by
the bealing and cooling medicines.
.1rs. C A Einfeldt, Rock Island,
III., after using Dr. Hobson's ecze
ma ointment, writes: "This is the
first time in nine years I have been
free from the dreadful ailment."
Guaranteed. 50c at your druggtis.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Every family without exception
?mould keep this preparation at
hand during the hot weather of the
summer month?. Chamberlain's
eolic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy
is worth many times its cost when
needed and is almost certain to be
needed before the summer is over.
It has no superior for the purposes
for which it is intended. Buy it now.
For sale by all dealers.
Take Plenty of Time to Eat.
There is a saying that "rapid
eating is slow suicide." If you have
formed the habit of eating too rap
idly you are most likely suffering
from indigestion or constipation,
.vhieh will result eventually in se
rious illness unless corrected. Di
gestion begins in the mouth. Food
should be thoroughly masticated
md insalivated. Then when you
have a fullness of the stomach or
feel dull and stupid after eating,
take one of Chamberlain's tablets
Many severe cases of stomach
trouble and constipation have been
cured by the use of these tablets.
They are easy to take and most
agreeable in effect. Sold by all deal
Shake off Your Rheumatism.
Now is the time to get rid of
your rheumatism. Try a twenty
five cent bottle of Chamberlain's
iniment and see how quickly youi
.heuraatic pains disappear. Sold by
Make the Old Suit I
xLook New I
We are better prepared jj
than ever to do first-class
work in cleaning and press
ing of all kinds. Make your
old pants or suit new by let
ing us clean and press them.
Ladies skirts and suits al
so cleaned and pressed. Sat
Edge fie ld Pressing
WALLACE HARRIS PROP. I
We have just received 50 Men's
suits in blue, browns and lights,
which we have bought real
cheap. It will pay you to look
ove.r before you buy your suit.
Our two store
Street, stand wide
In our up-tow
furniture we carrj
that*we are selling
mond of Colliers i
upper store and w
We can supi
Call to see us whef
If we haven't wha
E. M. ANDRE
972 Broad, Phone 445.
$15.U00 special suits, all wool
Jiicely made $25.50 values. We
haveraarked our goods down at the
start, we can save you from S3.00
to $7.50 on a suit. Spend $15.00
save $5. Ou.
F. G. Menin?, AueruRta, Ora.
15.00 Flannel suits at $8.00. We
are determined to give the best
value in Augusta for the money.
Palm Beach suits ?6.50, $8.00
F G Mertins, Augusta, Ga.
THE "NEW PERFECTION"
Though she works next to the
stove, within easy reach of her
irons, she keeps cool and com
fortable. That's because she
WICK liLLE FLAlnE
New Perfection Stoves bake,
broil, roast, toast-everything
any other stove will do, and they
cost less for fuel. No handling
of coal and ashes-all the cook
ing heat you want, just when
you want it.
New Perfection Stoves are made in 1,
2, 3, and 4 bumer sizes. Also a new
1914 model-No. 5 Stove, sold com
plete with broiler, toaster, and fireless
oven. Regular oven, broiler and toaster
can be obtained separately for smaller
sizes. Sad-iron heater and cook-book
free with every stove.
At dealers everywhere, or write direct
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Furniture, Furniture |
s, No. 972 Broad and No. 1,286 Broad
open to our Edgefield friends,
n store in addition to a full stock of
r a large supply of farmers hardware
; at close prices. Mr. Wyatt H. Ham
s a member of the salesforce at our
ill always be pleased to see his Edge
)ly anything you need in furniture,
i in need of anything for the house,
t you want in stock we will order it
;WS FURNITURE COMPANY
1289 Broad, Phone 23II