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Misses Belle and Janie Minick
entertained a nura'uer ot friends
very delightfully Monday evening
in honor of their charming guests
from Aiken.
Mr. L. R. Jones of Jacksonville
is here visisting his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Jones. Ralph, as
his Edgefield friends prefer to call
him, always receives a most cordial
welcome when he comes among us.
Congressman Byrnes Grateful.
Editor Advertiser:
Through your colums I wish to
th ink mv friends for the magnifi
cent vote given me.
Jas. F. Byrnes,
Aiken, S. C.
Card of Thanks
To the Democratic voters of
Edgefield: I thank you for your
continued confidence in me, by
electing me for the third time your
county treasurer. I shall at all times
try to serve you to ?die very best of
my ability. To my opponents I will
say they have made a clean race and
they have my kindness feeling. I
shall continue to serve the people
with promptness and the utmost
courtesy.
James T. Minas.
Painfully Injured.
While riding on a wagon with
su.ne colored meu Tuesday ou the
way Edgefield, Fair Nicholson,
the bright little son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Nicholson, was pain
fully, if not seriously, injured. The
mules became frightened, ran away
and threw Fair from the wagon,
the wheel running over him the full
length of his body. Several teeth
was knocked out by the force of the
blow. Up to the time we received
the information the extent of his
injuries had not been determined.
He is at the home of Col. and Mrs.
P. B. Mayon.
Recipients of Parks ville Hospi
tality Very Grateful.
Mr. Editor:- We, the people of
North Carolina wan: to thank the
people of South Carolina through
the columns ol your paper for the
kindness they have shown us since
we came to this state.
There is som -where in the neigh
?t?^hood of fift.\ people from North
Cat>?ili?i2_tjiat are in the lumber
business at Parksville and on the
22nd of August inst, the people of
Parksville gave us a barbecue. We
had beef, pork, mutton and goat
and also plenty of hash, and enough
left over for another such crowd.
Everybody enjoyed it to the fullest
extent and went away feeling like
that we could not {??.?I words ro ex
press our thanks for the kindness
the peopler* 1 arksville showed us.
May tile time come when we can
return the kindness tint they have
given us, so that they will not re
gret the time and expense which it
took to provide the barbecue and
may it stay in the hearts of the
North Carolina people that the peo
ple of South Carolina and especial
l;??if Parksville. for they certainly
have treated us like ladies and gen
tlemen. In the future lei us all try
to buildup the town of Parksville,
whether we are to >ettle here in the
state or not. I will close by thank
ing the people of Parksville again.
Yount ct Kirby,
Parksville. S. C. Route 1.
Studebaker is the lightest run
ning and the longest lasting. We
guarantee Studebaker tires to go 5
years without shrinking.
Wilson ct Cantelou.
Every customer who has a Brook
way is delighted.
Wilson ct Cantelou.
If you will use the celebrated
graft morshback harness your bar
ress trouble will nease.
Wilson ct Cantelou.
Every strap and every stitch in
graft morshback harness is guaran
teed by ihe manufacturer. We sell
them.
Wilson ct Cantelou. J
If you want the best harness
made, buy Graft Morshback & ?>'s.
Wilson ct Cantelou.
We still handle the Tyson ct
Jones buggy.
Wilson ct Cantelou.
Tyson ct Jones buggies are the
best buggies on the market for the
money.
.. Wilson ct Cantelou.
The Thornhill carries the strong
est .guarantee ever given a farm
wagon. They have to make good or
the Thornhill wagon Co. will.
Wiison ct Cantelou.
PRECINCT
Bacon_.
Clark's Hill.
Cleveland.
Calhoun_
Colliers.
Edgefield No.!-..
Edgefield No. 2...
Hibler.
Lee_.
Long Branch_
Meriwether.
Meeting* Street...
Moss_
Parksville.
Pleasant Lane_
Plum Branch.
Red Hill.
Rehoboth.
Ropers.
Shaw.
South Hibler.
Washington.
Totals.
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Control of Flies.
Dr. M. Dall. Professor of Biology,
A. & M. Colless of Texas.
Flies breed in dirt, chiefly in sta
ble manure. After hatching, they
live in and on dirt. Dirt, especially
that composed of human waste,
swarms with bacteria, and many
kinds of bacteria canse disease.
Such are typhoid fever and diar
rhoea, which are typically summer
diseases.
If yon have either of these, that
fact is almost conclusive proof
that you have swallowed human
waste.
j The rfy was the carrier, perhaps.
From the cess-pool, or vault, or
dirt pile, lie brought those germs to
your food or drink.
Il' your baby sickens and dies of
''summer complaint/' it is very
probable that the germs in its deli
cate stomach and intestines were
brought by your houseflies.
That baby's sickness and death
could have been prevented. This is
how:
1. If you have no sewer connec
tion, install a septic tank. It costs
trom 825 to ?50, will last forever,
practically runs itself, saves the doc
tor's bills, and saves the doctor's
bills, and saves the babies.
Send to us for free directions,
plans, estimates, etc.
.J. Keep the premises clean, re
membering that almost always it is
human dirt that causes human dis
ease.
Kill thc flies. Use any kind
ol' trap, ol- liv-paper, but thc fol
lowing, developed and tried out in j
this laboratory, is the best and
surest:
Sour milk, one quart : formalin,
two tablespoonfuls. Formalin costs
alunit 40 cents a quart at the drug
store.
Use watering pot or sprinkler.
Early in the morning, wh?n the Hies
are hungry, sprinkle this solution
over floors, tables, sills, or wherev
er flies light. Xinety-nine per cent
of your dies will be dead in 20
minutes. Molasses and water may
be used in place of the sour milk.
Used in this way, formalin is ab
solutely safe. Should a few drops
fall into food, it would do no harm.
Keep the bottle of formalin away
from children.
One teaspoonful of formalin to a
pint of water makes the most ef
fective germicide known. Wash out
your sinks, bath tubs and ice boxes
with it.
The above formula for flies costs
about two cents if you furnish the
sour milk.-Farm and Factory.
Velvet" Flour is made from
wheat grown by irrigation and is
not exposed to rains. Sold bv
L T. May.
'Velvet" Flour sells for less than
other fnncy flours, but the quality
is guaranteed to be good as best.
L. T. May.
Satisfaction, your money back or
a new wagon, that's the gist of the
gu?rante?- that goes with every
Thornhill wagon.
Wilsen it Cantelou.
FOR SALE: A sound and gen
tle pony, v': years old. Apply to
W. H. Arthur, Edgefield, S. C. (at
the cotton mill. 8-12-lt.
We have just received a ship
ment of saddles, saddle blankets, etc.
Wilson <fc Cantelou.
U. S. Senate
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SOUTHERN RAILWAY
SCHEDULE CHANGES
Effective Sunday, . August 16,
1H14, the following changes in pas
senger train schedules were made:
COLUMBIA DIVISION
Train No. 0, leave Augusta (i:40
a. m., Graniteville 7:13 a. m., Tren
ton 7:45 a. m., Johnston S:00 a. m.
Ward 8:10 a. m., Ridge Spring
8:20 a. m., Bates burg rf:43 a. m.,
Leesville 0:4S a. m., Lexington
9:31 a. m., arrive Columbia lo.oO
a. m.
Train No. 132, SOUTHEAST
ERN LIMITED, leave Augusta
3:00 p. m. Arrive Columbia, Wash
ington and New York same as here
tofore.
Train No. 20, leave Augusta 0:20
p. m., Warrenville u:50 p. m.,
Graniteville o:?4 p. m., Trenton
7:3") p. m. Johnston 7:50 p. m.,
Ward 7:56 p. m., Ridge Spring
S:07 p. m., Batesburg S:25 p. m.,
Leesville 8:30 p. m., Lexington 9:08
p. m.. arriving Columbia 9:35 p. nf.
Augusta-Asheville Pullman Sleep
ing Car handled on this train.
BETWEEN AIKEN ANO KDGEF1E?.D.
Train No. 209, leave Edgefield
7:20 a. m., Park Hill 7:30 a. m.,
arriving Trenton 7:4u a. rn.
Train No. 207, leave Edgefield
0:40 p. m., Park Hill G:50 p. m.,
arrive Trenton 7:00 p. m.
Train No. 208, leave Trenton 8:51
a. m., Park Hill 9:01 a. m., arrive
Edgefield '.'.-lu a. m.
Train No. 200, leave Trenton 7:40
p. m., Park Hill 7:50 p. m., arrive
Edgefield 8:00 p. m.
MET WE EN ISATESHl'RG A NH PEERY.
Train No. 14S. ?eave Perry 4:40
p. m., Wagoner 5.00 p. m., arrive
Batesburg 0:30 p. in?
CHARLESTON DIVISION.
Train No. 18, leave Augusta 0:20
.\. m., Warrenville <;:4!' a. m. Aiken j
7:07 a. m., Williston 7:44 a. m..
Blackville 8:00 a. m. Denmaik S:20
a. ra. Bamberg 8:37 a. m., Branch
ville 9:lu a. m., Charleston 1:35 p.m.
Schedules between intermediate
stations adjusted correspondingly.
For additional information, -res
ervations, etc., communication with:
Magruder Dent J. A. Townsend
District Pas. Agent Agent
Augusta, Ga. Edgefield, S. C.
Remarkable Cure of Dysentery.
I was attacked with dysentery
about July 15, and used the doctor's!
medicine and other remedies with
no relief, only getting worse all the
time. I was unable to do anything
and my weight dropped from 145
to 125 pounds. I suffered for abouti
two months when I was advised to
use Chamberlain's colic, cholera and
diarrhoea remedy. I used two bot
tles of it and it gave rae permanent
relief"' writes B W Hill of Snow
Hill N. C. For sale by all dealers.
FULGHUM OATS.
I am prepared to fill orders
for the celebrated Fulghum
Oats that were grown, threshed
and recleaned right on my own
farm. I know what they are
and am not afraid to recommend
them. I have 400 bushels for
saie but as orders are already
coming in do not wait too late
to secure what you need.
Price $1.50 per bushel cash.
W. E. Prescott,
Modoc, S. C., R. F. D.
Governor
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Costly Treatment.
I wa? troubled with constipation
and Indigestion and spent hundreds
of dollars for medicine and Teat
ment, writes C.H Hines, of Whit
low, Ark. 'T witnt^o; a St. Louis
hospital, also to a Hospital in New
Orleans, but no cari was effected.
On return in jr home I began taking
Chamberlain's tablets and worked
right aimig. I used them for some
tiine-.and ara n^w all rigiit. Sold hy
all dealers.
NATIVE SEED RYE FOR
i SALE.
I-have a line lot of Seed Rye to
offer, was grown on my farm at
Ellenton, S. C. Put up in bags of
one and two bushels, price $'2.50
per bushel. F. O. B. Ellenton.
Send in your orders early.
H. M. Cassels.
Ellenton, S. C.
Good Reason for his Enthusi
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When a man bas suffered for sev
eral days with colic, diarrhoea or
other form of bowe' complaint and
is then cured sound and well by one!
or two doses of Chamberlain's colic,
j cholera and diarrhoea rein? dy*, as is j
loften the case, it is but natural that
he should be enthusiastic in his
praise of the remedy, and especially
is this the case of a severe attack
when life is threatened. Try it when j
in need of such n remedy. It never
fails. Suid by all dealers.
Be Friendly With Your Boy.
Be friendly with that boy of yours,
j Be comradely and kind.
Go walking with him.now and then
And leave yourself behind;
I mean that crabhtd, grouchy self
You are_so apt to wear.
That made the people cristen you,
'"That old sore-headed bear."
Lay down your worries now and then
And give your mind a rest.
Become a crony of your boy's
And go of fun in quest:
You need not "can a dog," of course,
Or raid a melon patch.
Just have him bring his base ball out
Anh play a game of "catch."
Show interest in what he does
And what he talks about.
When he has healthy fun on hand
Go and help him out;
A word from you will cheer him up
And you will find it true.
That what will help the boy along j
ls also good for you.
You need his youthful buoyancy
To help your age along,
He needs your fund of common sense
To make him firm and strong:
When each can help the other, then.
(You must concede the fact)
If you would do your duty, man.
Why, go ahead and act.
Unbend that rusty dignity
And be a boy awhile.
It will not crack your face. I guess
To limber up and smile;
I Yours is full of canker-worms,
You need a dose of fun,
Try just to laugh one little laugh.
And see the devil run.
Your wife will smile -I know she will,
Your boy will fairly shout.
If you will only call a halt
And turn yourself about;
Become a father and a friend
And clothe your home in joy,
By learning how to be, in truth,
A crony with your boy.
Farm and Ranch.
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HAYE YOU A BOY TO $
EDUCATE t
Do you want to place him in ^
a Chistian Military Institute
where his health will be carefully
looked after, his mind thoroughly
trained, and where he will ,be
taught habits of obedience, punc- ?
tuality, and industry? if so send %
him to the ^
Bailey Military Institute j
Here each student is under A
the cloi personal control and ?
watchful care of the teachers, ^
from the time he reaches the ?
school until he leaves for his home f
The faculty is composed of 10 ^
men, all of whom have had experi-^
en ce in teaching in High Schools ?
and Colleges. Last session 192 ca- ^
dets were enrolled, and at least 51
others were turned away on ac
count of lack of room.
Write for phamplilei and illus
trated catalogue.
F. N. K. BAILEY,
Superintendent
Greenwood - - South Carolina.
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GOODYEAR TIRES
When your automobile needs new tires do not
send oft' tor them and pay express charges. Let us
re-tire your machine with the celebrated GOOD
YEAR TI RES. all sizes in stock. Nothing better
on thc market. Prices very reasonable.
We also carry a fullJine of tire accessories for
repairs of all kinds. Come to us to relieve your
tire troubles.
W. W. Adams & CO.
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