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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, June 17th.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Mrs. A. P. Lott of Johnston was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Mrs. Samuel Craig of Anderson
is here (visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Cogburn.
Mrs. J. C. Sheppard has gone to
Asheville to be with her son, Mr.
J. C. Sheppard, Jr.
The new mansion of Mr. Sanderet
will be covered with metal tile,
?which ?6 something entirely new in
The young people of Edgefield
are looking forward to Griffis bar
becue and dance which will be giv
en on Friday, July 29.
Do not forget the mass meeting
that ie to be held in the interest of
road improvement in the court
house Friday morning at ll o'clock.
Mr. R. L. Dunovant has begun
the erection of a handsome two
story, eight-room residence on his
lot on the street leading north from
the Episcopal rectory.
If we belonged to Edgefield's
honk-honk brigade we would peti
tion the town council to have the
loose rocks and brick bats removed
?Tom the streets.
John A. Boykin, Esq., of Atlan
ta, and Hon. Jame.* Boykin of
Lincolnton,Ga.,brothers of Mis. W.
P. Calhoun, have been in Edgefield
for the past week.
Calhoun A. Mays, Esq., of Green
wood has been spending several
days at the home of his father,
Col. S. B. Mays. This rising young
attorney of Greenwood is a candi
date tor the legislature.
This afternoon at six o'clock Miss
Josephine Elizabeth Sheppard and
Mr. Raymond Douglas Rogers will
be married at the home of Mrs.
Ida F.Sheppard, Dr. M. D. Jeffries
to reduce our stock
entire line of Ginj
Crepes. Riplets, etc
d and Colored Crepe
caded Silks 75c gra
3 of Laces and Emb
Parasols to be sold a
ll MILLINERY redi
Lad!.. and Misses i
ilford to miss this o
^ prices will be for C
We owes it to Johnston to assist
in making their Chautauqua week
a success. Johnston patronizes
Edgetield's entertainments liberally.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Tompkins
are in Sumter with their ? Toter,
Mrs. Gus Merrimon, who been
Mr. Charles R. Dobson is at
home for a rest of two months. He
will spend a part of July on Sulli
Mr. Orlando Sheppard attended
the annual meeting of the board of
visitors of the Citadel Monday and
The District Inter-denomination
al Sunday School conventior wili
bc held at Ebenezer church, Tren
ton, Thursday, July 9.
Miss Mattie Lyon has closed her
school in Aiken county and is now
spending some lime with her sister,
Mrs. C. A. Wells.
Mrs. Emma Dobson spent Thurs
day and Friday with her son, Mr.
W. R. Dobson, in Beech Island.
His little two year-old child died
Messrs. Rives Bros have
everything in readiness for their
great mid-summer clearance sale
which will be held Friday and Sat
urday, June 19 and 20. Prices will
be cut very low on these days, as
shown by their advertisement in
The contractor has commenced
[work on the residences of Mrs. Kate
Lynch and Mr. W. C. Lynch. Both
of these buildings will be two stories
in height and will be an ornament
to the towi The plans were drawn
by an experienced architect of Co
Attention is directed to the speed
limit ordinance which is published
in The Advertiser. Those who drive
automobiles should read the ordi
nance carefully and comply with
its terms. Those who exceed the
speed limit will be fined when re
ported to the council.
Mrs. N. G. Evans and Master
George are spending some time in
Macon with relatives, which means
that Capt. N. G. Evans (alias Prof.
Obediah Threewitts) is finding
these longest-daye-of-the-year up
wards of 48 hours in length.
and close out certai
^hams, Crepes, Figi
15c. quality at
>s and similar lines 1
roideries to go at
iced, also Men's Str;
3xfords in the best,
Mr. C. B. Key of Columbia is
here visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Key.
The 19-cents profit sharing sale
will be held at the Corner Store
Friday, June 19. Many shoppers are
eagerly awaiting the arrival of thet
Miss Maria Hill and Miss Sadie
Mims went to Columbia last Thurs
day to see Mrs. J. W. Mobley who
its at the hospital in Columbia for
treatment. They were motored to
the capital city by Mr. Floyd
Rainsford in his new touring car.
Mr. Luth ;r G. Quarles can farm
as well as sell more sewing ma
chines than anybody else in this
part of the country. Monday he
brought a specimen of fine cotton
to The Advertiser office. It was the
finest we have seen and he assured
us that <t came from the field and
not from a garden spot.
Mrs. Leinie Talbert has moved
from Mr. Turner's residence near
the depot into ?he Addison build
ing near the Baptist church. Mr.
Turner has a corps of workmen re
modeling the interior of his resi
dence, and as soon as these improve
ments have been completed he will
bring his family to ridgefield.
In spite of unfavorable condi
tions, cotton blooms in this section
are about as early as usual. Three
energetic colored men have report
ed blooms to The Advertiser in the
following order: Pierce Mitchell,
o'" Mr. II. A. Smith's farm; Miles
Prescott, of Mr. B. E. Nicholson's
farm, and John Calliharo, of Mr. B.
L. Jones' farm.
The friends of Mrs. W. B. Cog
burn will regret to learn that she
had one of her ankles severely bruis
ed a few days ago. She and her
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Craig, were
sitting in a porch swing when the
chain broke and her ankle was
caught beneath the swing with their
entire weight upon it. She is now
unable to walk.
The dates for the Johnston
Chautauqua are approaching, July
4- to ll. If Mr. J. W. Hatcher
spends a few more days in Edge
field, that spur track will not be
needi d to transport our people to
the Chautauqua, as all who can
raise the cash or a negotiable "prom
ise to pay" will have cars of their
n lines we will mah
ired Lawns and F
;o go at
aw Hats 1-3 off.
grades to close , out i
you will find a big ]
Children's Day Exercises at
Among many churches and Sun
day schools the year's work is not
regarded as finished unless at least
one Sunday is devoted to . exercises
.by the children, and we are pleased
to state that Edgefield churches are
among those that set apart one day
for the little folk. Children's Day
exercises were held at the Metho
dist church last Sunday morning.
This school has a strong corps of
consecrated teachers who have
taken especial interest in making
Children's Day a success, and they
have been abundantly rewarded for
their efforts. We have heard a
number of highly complimentary re
marks about the success of Sunday
morning's exercises. The pro
gramme had been carefully arrang
ed and those who participated re
flected cedit upon themselves and
their leaders. The following i? the
programme in detail:
1. Song by choir.
2. Children marched in and
took their place within the altar.
3. Prayer by the pastor.
4. Response sung by the child
5. Welcome by Katherine
?. Recitation: Children's Carols,
by Bessie Dunovant.
7. Praise Him, by the choir.
8. Recitation: "i'm but a Very
Little Child", Albert Rainsford;
and song by the children, "Jesus
1). Rjsponsive reading of 23rd
Psalm and singing of the doxology
by the congregation.
10. "When We Grow Big," by
11. Story of Daniel, Carroll
Rai ns ford.
12. Cradle Roll Service: Roll
call by Mrs. J. G. Edwards. Reci
tation by June Nicholson, Elsie
Co var, Emma Martin and Lucy
13. Song: "Thi Children are
Singing for Joy To-Day," by the
14. Recitation, by Robert Ar
15. "What Would You Do?"
by Ethel Martin and Martha Stew
16. Song: Jewels, by the child
17. The Offering: Word by
superintendent and pastor. Rec:
tation by and offering taken by
2 very low prices f
'oulards 10 and 12
at j . !
Sarah Ready, Mary Nielvd^on,
Emma Marlin and Helen Nieholsou.
Solo by Miss Elizabeth Rainsford.
18. "The King's Question," by
19. Hymn: "From all the dark
places," by the congregation.
20. "The Strongest Thing," by
21. "The Children's Crusade,"
by Sarah Ready and Mary Nichol
22. "The Mother's Opportu
nity," by Helen Nicholson.
23. "Joy to the world," by the
The sermon will be addressed to
ihe j'oung men and young ladies of
i he community. Subject: "How to
make the most of life."
E. C. Bailey.
Next Sunday: Trenton Methodist,
morning 11:15. Text, grace. Union
service at Edgefield Methodist at
8:30 o'clock at night. Rev. E. C.
Bailey is to preach. Let all who can
attend these services.
J. R. Walker.
Dr. M. D. Jeffries will preach in
the High School luditorium Sun
day morning at 11:30 and at Horn's
Creek in the afternoon at 5:30
o'clock. The regular monthly un
ion service will be held in the
Methodist church Sunday evening
FOR SALE: A large lot of sec
ond-! and brick at a very low
.price. E. S. Johnson.
LOST-Between Edgefield and
Dr. Prescott's, a black silk co?t.
Finder will receive reward by
bringing same to J. D. May at
FOR SALE: One 20 horse power
Atlas engine, one 25-horse Skid
boiler, one No. 2 fast speed cal le
drive saw-mill same as new, cheap.
R. A. Timmerman, Edgefield, S. C.
Route No. 2-6-3-41.
or these two
id 10c. yard.
$1.00 a pair.
it our entire
Why don't you drink Shivar
Springs mineral water. We sell at
$1.30 tor 5 gallons.
L. T. May.
Order half doz. bottles Shivar
Springs Ginger Ale.
L. T. May.
Fresh Cor n-fl a k e s, Shreaded
Wheats. Fresh Oat Meal in tins.
L. T. May.
Coughs and Colds Weaken the
Continued coughs, colds and
bronchial troubles are depressing
and weaken the system. Loss of
weight and appetite generally fol
low. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's
iS'ew Discovery to-day. It will stop
your cough. The first dose helps.
I ii.- best medicine for stubborn
coughs, culds and al! throat and
lunvr I rou bles. Mr. O H Brown,
Musc.itine, Ala., writes "My wife
was sick during the hot summer
months and I honestly believe Dr.
Iv i n ir's Kew Discovery saved her
life." Good for children. 50c. and
$1.00 at your druggist.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst case?, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c. 50c, ft.QO