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Is now on in full force and will continue for seven more clays, with the red tags showing reductions that
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Hundreds of satisfied customers who responded to'our announcement will testify that they found every
?? thing just as advertised.
No Humbug? No Mistake. The prices are cut to the quick, and the goods are reasonable and up-to-date
Positively all low cut shoes for less than actual cost.
Remember seven more days in which to secure these bargains.
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Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, July 22nd.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Nellie Jones is visiting
friends in Monlerie, Ga.
Born, a little son. to Mr. and Mrs
E. D. Corlev, Monday, July 21.
Miss Marie Padgett of Greeville
is visiting her cousin, Miss Gladys
Padgett.
Miss Lillian Smith has goneV>
?Saluda to spend two weeks with I
relatives and friends.
Mr. J. Rubinstein has gone to
the Isle ot Palms to spend two
weeks in the suri.
% Mr. J. Avery Williams of Char
lotte has been the guest of Mr.:
Chalmers Hughe-; for several days.
Mrs. J. T. Ousts of Elmwood'
is visiting her daughter, .?irs. ?V. j
H. Haran-.
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The farmer hus uv ont thi
newspaper niau never reaches a
stopping place.
Miss Polly bhannonltousfi of
Charlotte is here visiting her broth
er, Rev. R. <-i. Shannonhouse.
Mr. Ben Rai nsf ord came down j
from Greenwood in his car Sunday.
He is always a welcome visitor in
1 Edgefield. '
Mrs.'William Miller of Augusta
and Miss Floride and Sheppard are
visiting Mrs. [da Sheppard and her
sisters in Ldgetield.
Miss Lillian Scattergood a charm
iog young lady of Augusta and Mrs.
St. Clair Williams ami son are the
guests at the home of Mr. and Airs.
J. W. Cheatham.
Attenti' n is directed to the ad
vertisement of the Mukashy bar
gain House. In order to close out
all right weight dry goods, clothing
and shoes the price has been cut
' very low for cash. ?
Miss Tillie You?gblood is spend
-.hg her annual vacation a*- the old
home in the pines. She ha-* many
relatives and many wann persoi al
friends who always greet her very
affectionately when she cunes
among us.
Messrs. Willie Adams and James
T. Minis., took an automobile trip
through portions of North Carolina
.and east Tennessee iasr week. The
entire journey aggregated about
1,700 miles. Their ford car made
the trip without the least trouble of
any kind.
Mr. J. J). Quarles, a mighty good
citizen and one of the best fanners
of the west side, announces h is can
didacy for the position of magistrat*
of the i!th district. IL- has :i num
ber of friends who will give linn
their support.
Mr. Gibs i). Minis pa-sed
lb rough EdgeHeld Monday in his
touring car en route to Leesville. I
Wc are grateful lo him for a haskel '
of large, luscious ttlberta*, the tin-j
est we have seen. Mr. .Minis said
the crop- alon?; the way to ifidge
field "'are who ?ping, the gras* is on j
the rampage, the white people have i
left home and the negroes have quit!
work." ,
' Capt. J. R. Blocker and his as
sistants are fretting everything ready
for the annual picnic at Centre
.Spring which will be held July 30,
Thurday of next week. The names
of the several committees are pub
lished in this issue.
*
The red letter sale is still going
on at the Smith-Marsh Company
store. The full page advertisement
which was published last week
j drew the crowd. Last Saturday the
I amount of. sales at this popular store
j was larger than for any other day
?since they have been in bminess.
j even exceeding Christmas eve.
The sympathy of our entire com
I munity iroes ont to Mrs. I). H. Hol
lingsworth dui ing this hour of be
reavement caused by #.he death of
her mother. Mrs. Anna Strother^ at
her home in Johnston Tuesday af
ternoon. Mrs. Strother has been ill
i loni;' time, bearing her suffering
?ill the while with beautiful patience.
Lei us supply you with turnio
seed. Fresh shipment just received
from th?celebrated Buisl s.-ed farm.
Nothing better on th" market. We
have all ol' i'm- popular varieties.
Collett it Mitchell.
A convention of the bib district
of tile South Carolina Medical as
sociation was held at Ridge Spring
last Tuesday. Dr. \V. 1). Ou/.ts
was elected president and Dr. R.
A. Marsh was chosen secretary and
treasurer. The 3th district is said
to be the banner district of the j
State. The next meeting will be
held in Batesburg in January.
Notice.
Mrs. R. C. Padgett is, local rep
resentative for genuine Etchings
and Photogravures. Beautiful repro
ductions of some 'd' thc world's
greatest paintings. These pictures
are educational and should be in
every home. She asks the co-opera
tion and patronage of the public.
WANTED.-Pine and oak cross
ties. Delivered at Southern Road
Edgefield, M">cts for first class ties.
See me for specifications. Willis J.
Duncan.
7-^tf.
Religious Notices.
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I will preach Sunday next at 11 :l?
at Trenton and at ?:30 at Johnston.
E. c. B. ' h
Sermon on 1st Timothy a' Edge-|
lield Methodist church Sunday ?
morning it 11 o'clock. . j 1
.
At mill chapel Sunday afternoon j
at I o'clock Rev. .i. R. Walker will <
preach on Christian education. Lei !
evervbody come.
j i
Experience meeting and Switzer-j
land pictures Thursday night, at j I
Methodist church.
j i
At Trenton Methodist church ai
meeting is to begin on the night of I,
August 24 ami continue probably)
lu t., ! 4 .lays. . j|
Baptist church Kervices at thci
High School auditorium at l.':3Ua. h
m. and a* Presbyterian church ai
8:30. p. m. Thc pastor will preach. ?.
Services at Morn's #Civek at i p. m. 1
is announced I asl week. ; (
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXA fIVE BROMO Quinine. Ii stops the
Cough and Headache and works oiT thc Cold. (
Druggists refund money if it fails lo cure.
E, W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c
Tenth Annual Meeting Wc
man's Missionary Union Au
gust 26 and 27, Bethany
Church.
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lstsnsion 10:30 Woman's Missio
Societies.
Thanksgiving Service, Mn
Charles Strom, Rehoboth.
Greeting and Responses, Mis
Maggie Deal and Mrs. G. M. Sex
ton.
Recognition of delegates from W
M. Societies with reports.
Delegates tu wear bidges far
nighed at the door. Be seated ai
front.
Presentation of Visitors.
Survey ?d' years work, .Mrs. J. L
Miras.
Reading of Associational Policy,
Mrs. W. K. Lott.
Official Visitor (a) message from
W. M. I', (b) Mrs. .1. D. Chapman.
Noonday quiet hoar.
Love's Demonstration, or Per
sonal service, Mrs. Thouias'Tj'imb.
Offering for Suiveru A ead erny.
Condensed Division report last
year, Y. !\ Mrs. Chapman.
Report of Committee on Literal ure
( with many samples on exhibition)
Mrs. \V. S. Middleton.
Report of ojiumitlee on obitua
ries (received standing) Mrs. J. T.
Uri (lis.
Election of Dominating commit'
Lee.
Appointments of committees on
resolutions.
Announcements, Hymn, Adjourn
uent for lunch.
ind session -jp ni, Sunbeam and li. A.
Session, Mrs. VV. JS. Lou, presiding.
Prayer and Praise. Mrs. Mamie
Walker.
Reading of minutes of morning
session, Mrs. Prescott Lyon, Sec.
Roll Call of bands and chapters
with reports.
Summary of years work by Asso
siate Supt. of V. P. S., Miss Onida
Pattison.
A message from Mrs. W. J.
Hatcher, telling how we stand.
Recommendations of State Supt.
(State Minutes page 4.'i.)
Responsibilitv of VV. M. S. for
V. P. S., Mrs. John O. Gough.
Teaching the Iii ble. the most im
portant work of thc leader, Mrs.
Littlejohn.
The possibilities of R. A. Work,
Mrs. W. B. Cogburn.
Anything new for Sunbeam and
R. A. Leaders? (Open discussion.)
Minutes of Second Session, An
louncements, Hymn, Prayer.
3rd Sos don, Wednesday morning
IO am Young Woman's Auxiliary
Watchword^ The? Kingdom of
.ind in the hearts of the giris of
>. C.
Intercessor' ?ice. Mrs. S. T.
\dattis, Cia Hill.
Kuli Ca' V. W. A. with re
)orts.
Dele es seated in front and
wearing badges.
Report o? yea>'s work by Asso
nate Supt.
Recommendations for Y. W. A.
State Minute**page .">!>.) .
Message from Stale Supt. of V.
'V.A..Mrs. Geo. Davis, Orange-,
burg.
The Call of the Girl, Inspira
[ional, Miis Justine Cantelou.
An exchange of plans.-Open dis-1
.ussiun.
Report on Mission study, j
Mis.-? Hortense Padgett.
Report on Training School with
discussion, Miss Jennie Pattison.
Report of Committee on Nomi
nations. .Election of Officers.
Appointment of standing* com
mittees. Report on Resolutions and
Farewell Service. Led by Mrs.
Chapman.
How can we make a better meet
ing next year? Open Question.
Antioch Ladies Hold Pleasant
Meetings.
The ladies of Antioch mission
society with Mrs. Prescott Lyon as
president, are making au effort to
keep alive the enthusiasm for good
works in their society and church
They are trying to develop their
work by organizing into two
branches, the larger one at Antioch
and the other composed of rive mem- j
bers who reside nearer Cl eora. Of
this branch Mrs. Walter Brimson is
pi charge. On Saturday the writer
and Mrs. M. D. .leffries left Edge
field in the morning and on invita- |
tion, spent a most delightful dav in !
the home of Mr. nu.i Mn*. Prescott j
Lyon and .Mrs. Snl?e Jones.
At four iv'clock we drove over to i
Antinch which is in sight of Mrs. j
Jones' home, and there found a ;
splendid gathering of Indies from
the Antioch and Cl eora sections*. J
those who form the two pir..s of :
?he mi-'siori society. We could call
them all by name and the children a
who formed the congregation, .-.>. -
often have we been among the>ej
good friends that they have come!
to occupy a large place in our heart
Mrs. Lynn presided at the meet-1
ing and Miss Leora Waiker acted '
:rs organist. During the program v
Mrs. Donald Smith, formerly Miss I -
Louise Lyon, sang Unit tender and 11
comforting selection, In the secret!c
of I Iis presence.''
Mrs. Walter Branson stated som? 1
facts in regard to '.heir section of !
the society and .Mrs. .1. L. Minis !
told the ladies of the plans ar- 0
ranged for the annual meeting :it -
Bethany and announced the en-|?
couragingnews that Mrs. John O j1
(rough our missionary visitor would
spend the time from the ninth to
ihe twenty fifth of Augn t in our a
sociation, and perhaps bs a part of j
the time at Bethany meeting. ?j
Mrs. M. D. Jeffries talked very,
interestingly to the ladies, among j
other things speaking of the vainc
of prayer in missionary training. A ?
nice collection was taken for mis- j ^
sions, and immediately after the j0
meeting delightful ice-cream and ; I1
varied cakes were served on the j S
church grounds. The social feature j
of the meeting was very pleasant,
and much thanks was due tho good
men of the community for their
kimi ly assistance and presence.
Centre Spring Picnic Commit-1 j
tees.
i
Pit Committee-S A. Holstein, ?
chairman.
Refreshment Commkte?-O B
Timtnerman, chairman, .1 W Pu lai
ty ?
Badge Committee: J F Payne, j
chairman, Will Allen.
Table Committee-J R Blocker,
chairman, J R Tompkins, .1 ll
Nicholson, R W Powell, S i;
Nicholson, C W Davis.
Floor Oommitto-L W Cheat
ham, L C Warren, R T Hill, L T
.May. J S Hoghes, R II Nicholson.
0 W Allen.
Marshall "O Timni?rman, Frank |
Logue.
The old. veterans and newspaper
men are invited lo be the guests of
the Dragoons.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once Die wonderful old reliable UR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL.n sur
picnl dressing that reliever, pain and b^Os at
the same time. Not a liniment. 25c. .6,'^?.0P
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Close Out Summer Goods,
As the season has advanced our
stock is very much brox^en in some
lines, and in order to close out
odds and ends in all light weight
Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes.
We will cut the price very low,
We do not want to carry over any
goods. They must be converted
into cash at once. NOW is the
time to make your cash go a 'ong
i ways.
* * Call and let u
goods and give
It will Dav vou.
:how you the
the Drices.
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Mukashy Bargain House.
Next Door to Dunovant & Co.
important Notice.
Tfit.' hooks f? r en roll mg voters
ur the Primary Election will close
?ti the last Tuesday of July, the
^;h inst. All persons who have
mr enrolled are urged to do so at
mee, as th?;y cannot vote unless
lu ir names are put on the club
oils before the 2Stb inst. It is
necessary to write inn your name
ii full, and ii you have, signed the
lui) roll without writing out jour
iwii name in full, be sine and in
crt your full name where your
niliais appear.
B. E. NICHOLSON.
Couutv Chairman.
NATIVE SEED RYE FOR
SALE.
I hive a line lot ot* Seed Rye to
(1er, was grown on my farm at
?Ilenton, S. C. Put up in bags of
ne and two bushels, price *i.50
er bushel. F. ?. B. Ellenton,
end in your orders early.
H. M. Cassels.
Klienten. S. C.
j Signora Carolina De Fabritiis,
Teacher of Singing
I Will accept pupils in Sing
! in?: and italian. For terms
address C leora Farm. Cleora,
I Notice to Stockholders
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of the Edgetield Build
ing and Loan Association in the of
i tice of tbe Bank of Edgetield, in the
I Town of EdgeliebV, S. C., at five
o'clock P. M., on 'the -24th day of
August. 1'.) 14-. The object of the
i meeting will be to consider a change
I in Section 3 of Article IV of the
j Constitution of said Building and
j Loan Association, so as to give the
? Board of Directors and the officers
j the pow r to arrange to issue the
i stock in the several series,. once a
I month, instead of every six months,,
or some amendment of said Section
with refereiice to the time of issuing
the series of stock.
B. E. Nicholson, Pres.
E. J. Minis, Sec. %
July -J 1st, 111 14.
Caites, I?O? MsenlS, hoi breads, and
?.flier pastry, are daily necessities
in the American f amiSy. Royal Bak
ing Powder will make them more
digestible, wholesome, appe?zing.
No Alum-No Lime Phosphates

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