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Wednesday, Sept. 2nd.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Carrie Morgan visited at the
home of her uncle, Hon. J. Wm.
Thurmond last Thursday.
Mr. Eugene Paul of Rphoboth is
visiting his aunt, Miss Ellie Paul.
Miss Annie Gaskin of St. Mat
thews i" the guest of \lrs. J. U.
Rives.
Mrs. N. M. Jones is spending
this week with relatives in Wage
ner.
Miss Annie Lee Morgan of Cleora
is visiting ber cousins, Misses Leila
Bell and Grace Thomas.
Gen. U. R. Brooks of Columbia
spent Saturday and Sunday in Edge
fieid visiting bis sister, Mrs. Sallie
Brooks Moseley. .*
Miss Lucy Plunkett of Granite
Tille, is spending some time in
Edgefield with her sister, Mrs. H.
H. Sanders.
Mrs. J. P. Nixon and her two
bright little children of Clark's
Hill are here visiting Mrs. W. H.
Dorn.
The many friends of Mr. George
Youngblood are delighted that he
has returned from the hospital in
Augusta and is steadily improving.
The Edgefield graded and High
School will open Monday, Septem
ber 14. Another teacher will bc
employed for the graded school.
Mr. Steven Scurry ami Miss Ella
Bell Scurry are spending the week
en. with their friend, Miss Lula
Self at Plum Branch.
John A. and J. P. Holland, the
ecpert piano tuners, of Greenwood,
will be in Edgefield for a few days
and will be glad do any work in the
line of their profession.
Mrs. D. A. J. Bell underwent a
surgical operation at ? the Pine
"Heights Sanitarium in North Au
gusta last Friday and is doing
nicely.
Miss Eunice Williams of Bish
opville is now acting as stenogra
pher for Hon. J. Wm. Thurmond.
She is boarding in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Thurmond.
. Two very attractive young ladies
- of Saluda, Misses Ella Scurrv and
Eloise Yarbrough, have been on a
visit to their aunt, Miss Ella Scar?
ry,?ind uncle, Mr. J. R. Scurry.
The Edgefield chapter, U. D. C.,
.wiil be entertained next Tuesday
afternoon, September S, at four
o'clock by Mrs. J. M. Wright and
Miss Rhett Warren, at the home of
the latter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dennis ar
rived in Ed?etield Tuesday night
from Asheville, where they have
been since their marriage in Augus
ta in June. They are receiving the
. congratulations of their friends.
Mrs. J. L. Miras, accompanied
by Hansford and William Walton,
left this morning to spend a week
with her aunt, .Mrs. Ella Duck
worth, and uncle,Mr. H. (j. Adams,
of Brevard, N. C.
i OR RENT: Residence of seven
rooms and pantry, near High School.
Well on back piazza, and all neces
sary outbuildings. Posses?ion given
early in September. Apply to J. L.
Miras.
FOUND: On the day of the sen
atorial campaign meeting at Edge
field a dark brown coat in the
street near Mr. J. T. Minis' resi
dence. J. R. Hammond, Collier's.
S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wm. Thurmond
had as their guest week Mrs. J-J.-s
sie YoIIan'l and IHM- little son.
Charles Harold Yolland, from
Houston, Texas Mrs. Yolland is a
daughter of '.he late J. J. Thur
mond, a half-brother, of J. Wm.
Thurmond. This is her first visit
to her Edgefield relatives. Shu
went to Georgia from Edgefield to
visit other relatives.
Early Closing Continues.
We, the undersigned, merchants
of Edgefield, agree to clone our
stores as heretofore until Septem-1
birl?: J W Peak, J Hubenstein,
Israel Mukashy, Dorn & Mim?,
Smith-Marsh Company, The Coi
ner Store, Rives Bros.
Young **an Would You Marry
If Suited?-Many beautiful In
dian girls in Okla, who own rich
oil and fanning lands that art1 look-1
iug for husbands. Information fur j
Dished free.
Mrs. M. D. Smith, i
Box 5'J7 Muskogee, Okla.
i
Card of Thanks.
It is with the profoundest grati
tude that I extend many thanks to
the voters of this county for their
support, and assure them that my
appreciation can not be set forth in
words. Thanking them for their
further support in the coming elec
tion, I am
Very trudy,
J. H. Cantelou.
Farm For Rent.
One or two-horse farm with good
houses for rent to reliable man
with small family desiring perma
nency. Located near Colliers. If
interested, write
GEO. A, McKIE,
Kansas City, Mo.
Sept. 1, 1914.
Card of Thanks.
I take this means of thanking
the peuple of Edgetield County for
the vote given me, every one of
which I appreciate. I also wish to
thank my opponent and his support
ers for all kindness ?huwn me.
C. M. Mellichamp.
Senator Tillman Desires Infor
mation.
, Editor of The Advertiser: An old
; negro, Christopher Fuller, now liv
, ing at Tarpon Spring, Fla., has ap
plied for a pension as a Confederate
soldier. I would like to know if
'? there are any survivors of company
K, 7th regiment, S. C. V. Fuller
1 claims to have been in the army as
a servant to Lieut: J. L. Talbert
and Richard Quarles. If this meets
the eyes of such a survivor, I would
like for him to write me what he
knows about Christopher Fuller and
his services during the war.
Very truly yours,
B. R. Tillman.
, Trenton, S. C.
Miss Morgan Entertains.
Wednesday evening between the
hours of 8 and ll o'clock, Miss El
lie .Morgan beautifully entertained
a few friends in honor of her guests,
Miss Pritchard and Mr. Morgan of
Florida. Contesting games and
Rook, were the main feature of the
occasion. Punch was served
throughout the evening.
Those present wer,*: Misses Flos
sie Lamb, Lizzie Hart, Lizzie Mor
gan, Sarah and Carrie Bell Stevens,
Ruth and Lucille Thrailkill, Maud
Holmes, Ella Bell and Anna May
Scurry, Mamie Broadwater and
guest of honor, Miss Rosa Pritch
ard, of Tampa, Fla. Messrs. Lewis
and Horace . Holmes, R. M. and
Stephen Scurry. Willie Pierce
Stevens,. Nick Broadwater, Leon
De Loach and Gorden Warren.
Frank' Hart, Carrol Morgan and
guest of honor Mr. Haywood Mor
gan of Lake City, Fla.
Upon the departure of the guests,
they all voted Miss Morgan a most
channing hostess.
Guest.
Miss Flossie Lamb Entertained
in Honor of Friends.
On last Tuesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lamb,
their daughter Miss Flossie, enter
tained very beautitully a small par
ty of her friends in honor of Mis*
Mabel Prescott of Augusta who is
at home on her vacation and Mis<
Marie Prescott of Modoc.
At 8:8U o'clock the guests began
to arrive and after a few moments
of chattering and laughing, many
interesting gaines were played,
after which a contest was given,-the
young ladies describing their part
ners. Miss Mabel Prescott being the
lucky one was given a lovely gold
hat pin. Mr. Albert Cneatham was
the young man described.
At 11 o'clock the guests were in
vited into the <lining room which
was tastefully decorated, the color
scheme being pink and whit'*, where
delightful cream and cake was
served by Misse- Naomi Prescott
and Flossie Lam!). We hope to
have another pleas .nt evening liku
this soon.
A Guest.
Johnston High School.
Attention is directed to the ad
veitisement of the Johnston High.
School in this issue. This institu
tion is not only one of the best
equipped Sigh Schools in the State,
having .just completed a modern
*2">,U(JU building, but it also has
the reputation ranking among
I the first in the quality of work done.
Prof. W. F. Scott has been the ef
ficient superintendent for the past
two years and has been re-elected
for the session of 1914-15 which
.viii open Monday, September 14.
The Thornhill carries the strong
est guarantee eyer given a farm
wagon. They have to make good or
the Thornhill wagon Co. will.
Wilson & Canteiou.
Cain-Rives.
Wedgefield, Aug. 31.-At the
Wedgefield Baptist church on Wed
nesday evening, Miss Lois Cain and
Mr. Edward Rives of Edgefield
were married by the Rev. William
Haynes worth. The color scheme
was pink and white against a back
ground of green. While Miss Ja
nette Thomas, who presided at the
organ, played the Lohengrin wed
ding march, the bridal party enter
ed. The ushers, Frank Cain, Peter
Dwight, Sidney Dwight and Murr
Hall came in by opposite aisles, fol
lowed by the bridesmrids, Misses
Ida Dwight, Sarah Dwight, Maud
Rives and Nell Rhame. They were
followed by the ting bearer, Robert
Cain and flower giri, Miss Ida
Cain.
The bride's beauty was enhanced
by the soft, graceful foldu of. the
wedding veil, caught up with lillie?
of the .valley. She entered with her
maid ot honor, Miss Ruth Cain,
and was met before the altar by the
[ groom, accompanied by his beat
man, Capt. R. B. Cain.
While the ceremony was being
performed the organist piayed soft
ly "Humoresque." The bridal party
left the church to the strains of
Mendelssohn's wedding march.
The bride's wedding gown was
lace over white satin. She carried
bride roses. Her going away gown
was of blue, with hat and gloves to
match.
The popularity of the couple was
well attested by the many valuable
presents they were the recipients of.
The bride jand groom left on the
evening train for the north.
The out-of-town guests here for
the wedding were: Mrs. W. M.
Meyers, Aiken; Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Platt, Columbia; Miss Elizabeth
Rives, J. R. Cautelou, Walter and
Rainsford Cantelou, Edgefield; Mr.
and Mrs. E. F. Bookter, Columbia;
Mrs. Eppie Price, Eastover: J. G.
Rives, Greenville, brother of the
groom; C. D. Stanley, Columbia;
Miss Maud Simpson, Westminster;
Miss Leola Lovett, Lynchburg; Mr.
and Mrs. S. J. Dwight, Miss?Sarah
Dwight and Si<\iey Dwight, East*
over.
Eschew Politics.
Mr. George Adams, acting with
characteristic enterprise, has had a
dipping vat constructed on his farm
in the edge of town in which cattle
infected with licks will be dipped.
The first man we bear talking poli
tics after the second primary-we
will have him sent up to this ^at
and dipped in the hope that it wiri
likewise destroy political germs.
Henceforth,-for at least 18 months,
let's eschew politics and uet down
to business again.
Religious Notices.
Meeting in Edgefield Methodist
church is to begin next Sunday
morning. Rev. T. G. Herbert is to
arrive Tuesday night.
.The meeting at Trenton Metho
dist church is to continue through
Friday night, of this week. Rev.
T. G. Herbert is doing the preach
ing from Monday night to Friday
night.
Rev. E. C. Bailey will preach
here on Sunday at 11:15. Subject:
"How to ?rei right with God." He
will preach at Trenton Sunday
night.
( 'ard of Thanks.
I take this means of thanking
my friends for their very generous
and loyal support by giving me
such a large number ot votes in the
primary on August -?. I shall do
my utmost to prove worthy of their
confidence.
C. E. Qnarles.
Care of Thanks.
I am deeply grateful to the peo
ple of Edgefield county for re
electing me coroner. During tin
next four years I hope to express
this appreciation hy even a more
faithful performance of duty than
in the past. 1 shall ever hold in
grateful remembrance those who
have proven themselves to be my
friends.
J. E. Holmes.
Lumber, Lumber.
I solicit orders for pine lumber.
Mill is in operation on my farm
near Cleora, and can cut any dimen
sions. Send in your bill and let us
saw just what you need. Can ar
range to deliver lumber in Edge
held if desired.
A. BARON HOLMES,
Cleora, S. C.
Sept. 2-1014.
Death of Splendid Young Man.
The home of that good man and
and sterling citizen, Mr. D. E. Lan
ham, is again bereaved. The peo
ple bf Edgefield were shocked Mon
day when they leaaned that Fred
Lanham, the youngest son, of Mr.
D. E. Lanham, died early Monday
morning. He had been ill but a
a few hours, acute indigestion be
ing the immediate cause of his
death.
Fred was deservedly very popu
lar and was widely beloved. Full
of energy and ambition and being a
young man of exemplary habits, it
seems strange from a finite stand
point that he should have been sud1
denly cut down on the threshold of
young manhood. He was just nine
teen years of age and completed
the course in agriculture at Clemson
last year. We are told that "Death
loves a shining mark." The Great
Giver of every good and perfect
gift had some plan for this young
life which the human understanding
and vision can not discern.
Fred was a member of Republi
can church, where the funeral was
held Monday afternoon, his pastor,
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn, officiating.
The Advertiser extends sincere sym
pathy to the bereaved father, sisters
and brothers.
Concerning Magistrates.
Mr. C. E. Quarle9 was elected
magistrate of the 1st district, Mr.
W. W. Wise in the 2nd district,
Mr. J. W. Cox in the 3rd district.
Mr. J. F. Pardue in the 4tb, Mr.
R. L. Bodie in the 6th. There will
be second rajes in the other three
districts. In the 5th Mr. J. R. Bodie
and Mi. R. N. Edmunds will run
over. In ihe 7th Mr. A. Gilchrist
and Mr. AV. E. Sheppard are in the
second race, and in the 8th Mr. W.
E. Turner and Mr. A. C. O nz ts are
to run again.
Elaborate Reception at "Oak
land."
Xever before has historical "Oak
land" been more beautiful than on
Monday evening when Misses Janie
and Belle Minick gave a beautiful
reception for their house guests,
Misses Cleora, Estelle and Floy
iooie of Aiken, Messrs. Lo vie Gol
den, of Abbeville, S. C., John Pow
ers Holland, Broadus Foy, Luther
and Lambert Pratt of Greenwood.
"Oakland!' was indeed an ideal
fairyland as the myriads of Japanese
lanterns shed their solt glow over
the bevy of beautiful young ladies
and handsome gentlemen strolling
here and yonder on the beautiful
lawn. On arriving the guests were
ushered into the front parlor by
Miss Belle Minick and were pre
sented to the guests of honor by
Miss Janie Minick. Misses Mary
. Strother and Fanny Hill of Augusta
served delicious punch in a lovely
little booth of flowers and smilax
on the veranda. Seven tables were
arranged for an exciting contesto!
j history. Seven contest mts cut for
the souvenir, a box of bons-bon?.
Miss Ida Ti m merman cutting the
lucky number. Mr. Wad Allen in
a very humorous way presented the
prize. The white and gold score
cards "Dearing the name "Oakland"
were lovely sovenirs for each guest.
Miss Fannie Sewell of Augusta
added to the, pleasant evening with
her beautiful musical selections.
A delightful salad course was serv
ed late in tbe evening by Mrs. \Val
ter Nicholson and Miss Mary
Hoghes. The attests numbered
about sixty-five, many of whom
came from Greenwood and Edge
Seid in automobiles.
Pleasant Lane, S. C.
Ridge Woman's Missionary
Union.
So in l?>ve with associational
meetings had tile writer become
that on our return from Bethany
on Thursday, the proximity uf tue
similar meeting of Ridge associa
tion on Friday at Johnston was too
much to n-sist, consequently it was
our pleasure to spend a very profit
able and entertaining day at the
Johnston Baptist church. Mrs. J.
C. Latinier presided at this meeting,
Mrs P C .stevens assisting. A larg?
number of delegates were in att'-mt
I ance, and interesting sessions were
held. We had the pleasure of see
ing Mrs. Chapman again, and hear
ing her talk, and to listen to the
ideas of these neighbors of ours on
the same subjects that had been
previously discussed the day before
at Bethany. One of the most help
ful papers was that of Mrs. Latinier
as chairman of committee on Per
sonal Service. A delightful dinner
was served on the grounds, and
there was plenty and to spare. Mrs.
I Emmie Gaines Padgett made a very
I fine talk on the G. F. C. at the re
quest of the presiding officer, and
Miss Cleo Attaway, state organizer
of the W. C. T. U. was also called
to the platform. Th/eir 1015 meet
ing will take place Thursday and
Friday before the 1st Sunday in
September at Ridge Spring.
THE
JOHNSTON GRADED AND HIGH
SCHOOL
WITH
its new, well equipped, twenty-five-thousand-dollar building
and excellent teaching force of eleven, offers the best common
school training to be had in this part of the state, and a high
school course of four years which equips our graduates 60 that
they can enter any college in the South.
Those residing out of the school district pay tuition in the
Graded School and those out of the County in both the Graded
and High School. The tuition charges per month are as
follows:
1st and 2nd Grades- .... il.00
3rd, 4th, and 5th Grades ... . ?>5Q
6th, 7th, 8th and 9th Grades - . - . . 2.00
10th and 11th Grades.2.50
Next Session Begins September 14th.
For further information, address:
W. F. Scott, Supt.
J. E. Jacobs. Prin.
Johnston, S. C.
We wish to announce that we are?
now ready to begin ginning cotton.
Have overhauled our ginnery, and now
have it in No. 1 shape, and can serve
the public to good advantage. Let us.
gin your cotton, buy your seed at ther
market price, and sell you meal and^
hulls as cheap as any one. Come^?nO
let us serve you.
Hampton Cotton Mills Compy.
Beaver Dam Plant, L. L. Clippard, Mgr.
POPULAR EXCURSION
-:T0:
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AND RETURN
TWO DAY EXCURSION
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
SEPTEMBER 7, 1914 .
Offering Very Low Round Trip Fares as Follows:
Lv. Augusta
Train No. 8 Round Trip
Schedule Excursion Fares
6:40 a. m. $1.50
Lv. Hath 7:00 a. m. 1.50
Lv. Langiey -'^ a- m- *-50
Lv. Wanvnville 7:10 a. m. " 1.50
Lv. Gianiieville 7:13 a. m. 1.50
1.40
1.40
Lv. Trenton 7:45 a. m. 1.25
Lv. Vaucluse 7:20 a. m.
Lv. Edgefield 7:40 a. m
Lv. Johnston ^!~? a. ra.
1.25
Lv. Ward
8:10 a. m. 1.15
Lv. Ridtie Spring 8:20 a. m. 1.10
Lv. Monet ta
Lv. Batesburg
Lv. Leesville
Ar. (John.,bia 10=00 a. m.
8:29 a. m. 1.00
6:4,3 a. m. .85
?:4S a. m. .75
(Schedule figures shown as information only and not guaranteed)
" Tickets Good Going Only on Above Train. Returning Good
on all Regular Trains until and Including No. 7, leavihg Columbia
5:35 p. m., September 8, 1914.
Separate Coaches for White and Colored
For further information, call on nearest Ticket AgenJ
W. E. McGEE, MAGRUDER DENT.
Asst. Gen. Pas. Agent, Dist. Passenger Agent,
Columbia, S. C. Augusta, Ga.

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