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I Realizing the condition of our people who are depen
I dent on the price of cotton to meet their obligations, in this
j extremity occasioned by the European war, we have de?
I cided to share the loss with our customers; therefore, for
I thirteen days longer, ending October 3rd. we will accept
I cotton of not lower than middling grade on accounts due
I us at ten (10) cents a pound.
Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, Sept. 30th.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Mary King of Greenwood
is the guest of Miss Marie Key.
These cool mornings are some
what trying on straw hats.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whe of
Trenton were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Lou Sunday.
Mrs. Kate Lynch now occupies
her handsome new home near the
Work on the commodious new
residence of Mrs. Milton Parker,
next door to that of Mr. W. C.
Lynch, is progressing rapidly.
Hon. W. R. Parks'and Mr. W.
P. Parks, president and cashier, re
spectively, of the Bank of Parks
yille, were in Edgefield Monday.
Better save all of the hay yon
can this fall. There will not be
much money available next spring
for buying western hay.
Dr. J. G. Tompkins and Mw.
Fannie Tompkins entertained Dr.
and Mrs. M. D. Jeffries and some
other friends with an elaborate tea
Trenton Methodist church next
Sunday at 4:30, sermon on Sunday
school work. If ycu are interested
in Sunday school come. If not,come.
Sunday school at 4.
A very pleasant occasion was en
joyed on Monday evening when
Mrs. J. W. Peak entertained Dr.
and Mrs. M. D. Jeffries, and Prof.
Clay Ross at an informal tea.
Instead of teaching the school in
Georgia again where she taught last
year. Miss Lula Quarles will be one
of the teachers of the Antioch school
for the approaching session.
Three acres sown in wheat will
provide flour for a family of aver
age size. Surely at a time like this
farmers should not have to be urged
to sow wheat.8
Mrs. M. DeLoach wishes to e
press heartfelt thanks to frien
and neighbors who so generous
came to her assistance during t
illness and at the death of her la
We carry an elegant line of )
dies' and misses coat suits. Give 1
a trial and we will eave you son
Mrs. Louisa Moseley, of Grov
town, Ga., and Mrs. Will Love, <
Augusta, were guests of Mrs. F. J
Morseley, Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Lizzie Folk has issued inv
tations to a reception to be given i
her home to-morrow evening i
honor of Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Corie.!
Mrs. C. J. Dennis, nee Miss Kai
Pattison, bas resumed her positio
as stenographer for Hon. J. Wn
N*. M. W. Hudgens will mov
his family to the splendid home c
Mr. M. L). Lyon in the wester
portion of the town the latter pai
of the week.
Mr. J. G. Byrd, the public cotto
weigher, says he has weighed on I
about a third of the cotton that h
had weighed up to this time lat
Try one of our 82 00 ladies Coa
Sweaters, equal to any$3.50 bweai
The capable county superintend
ent of education, Mr. W. W. Fu]
1er, publishes a statement this wee]
that should be read by all of tb'
teachers in the county.
Mr. Israel Mukashy extends th?
public a cordial invitation to visi
his store and inspect the new fal
The new pipe organ for the Bap
tist church has arrived and aspecia
representative will come from th<
factory in about two weeks to in
stall the insuument.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Oogburr
will occupy the Entzminger resi
dence in Buncombe which has been
occupied during the past year by
Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Jeffries.
Mr. John Nicholson of Ridye
Spring is here visiting relatives. He
is always very cordially greeted in
Mr. Will Ooztfl Whatley, a you
man from the Colliers section wi
graduated from the S. C. C. I. sevei
years ago, will leave for Atlanta
a few days to take a course in phi
Special Rally Day exercises w
be held at the Baptist Sunday scho
(in the new church) next Sn
day morning. A very attracti
programme bas been arranged, i
eluding special music.
Mr. R. L. Dunovant has raovi
into his handsome new residenc
Mr. Dunovant largely superinten
ed the erection of his residence hit
self, consequently it is well coi
structed and very conveniently a
A merry party consisting of Mi
sea Lizzie Hollingsworth and Jul
Folk, H. M. Reynolds, L. V
Cbeatham, W. W. Adams ac
George W. Adams, attended tl
wedding of Dr. A. H. Coriey i
Conyere, Ga., last Thursday.
Our stock of .Vess goods this se
son is larger and better assorte
than ever beirre. We have anythin
you can mention in cotton and wo<
goods and silks.
Mr. and Mrs. Giles D. Mini
came up in their car Sunday mon
ing and attended services in th
Baptist church. They were accom
panied by three of their daughter.?
Miases Lizzie, Annie Mae an
Mrs. Caddie DeLoach has rente
ber valuable farm in the Harmon;
section and has moved to EdgefieL
to make her home, occupying th
brick residence near the Methodis
church where Mrs. Kate Lynch ha
been residing for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lyon havt
had their residence on Jeter stree
enlarged by the addition of tw<
rooms and otherwise greatly im
proved. Mr. Mark Paul has jus
completed painting this attractivi
residence both inoide and out.
Mr. T. C. Bomar who has held i
position as pharmacist in a leading
drug store in Georgetown is spend
ing some time with his mother, Mrs.
M. DeLoach. Within a few weekf
Mr. Bomar will give up his position
in Georgetown and come to reside
with his mother on their valuable
farm near Harmony.
Sunday school sermon next Sun
day at the Methodist church at
11:30. This is first Sunday in the
Sunday'school year. Come whether
you are a Sunday school jierson or
not. There will be prayer for peace.
Como and pray. Preaching at night
at 8. Let us have 100 at Sunday
school at 10:30. There; were over
100 last Sunday at Rally Day.
Six persons were received into
the Baptist church Sunday. Two,
Mrs. Reddy from the Ridge Spring
church, and Prof C. C. Ross, from
Tennessee, by letters, and two, Miss
Price, a daughter, of Mrs. Reddy,
and Capt. W A. Collett, presented
themselves as candidates for Bap
tism. The ordinance of Bapti?m
will be administered by Dr. M. D.
Jeffries after prayer meeting service
Make Flour at Home.
The Advertiser predicts that the
acreage sown in wheat in this coun
ty this fall will be several times as
large as that of last year. People
already realize that everything pos
sible in the way of food products
must'be grown upon the farm dur
ing the ensuing 12 months.
New Ginner Popular.
Mr. R. T. Hill's new ginnery near
the High School is being largely
patronized. Some days it is in opera
tion from early morning until night
in order to gin all of the cotton
that is brought to it. However, un
less the supply is large, the four
new gins can dispose of it almost as
fast as the wagons arrive.
Meeting to be Held.
The teachers of the graded and
High school are going to re-or
ganize the school improvement as
sociation. All patrons and friends
soi the school who would like to
join this association and work with
us for more beautiful grounds,
buildings and better library, etc.,
please meet at the school auditorium
next Monday October 5, at 4 o'clock.
T. J. Lyon, Supt.
?0.75 suits. Flannel, all wool.
812.50 values. $8.75 Mohair suits
il5.00 to $20.00 values
F. G. Mertins, Augusta, Ga.
Mr. W. C. Jackson continues to
multiply the enterprises around bis
large store on the northern edge of
town. The latest addition to Jack
sonville is a well-equipped repair
shop. Mr. Jackson and his two sons,
William and Clyde, are thorough
going business men, as is proven
by the steadily increasing volume
of their business. They deserve to
Modern Barber Shop.
Within a short time Messrs. Hen
ry Medlock and Willie Adams will
open their modern barber shop in
the basement of the new Adams
building. They have^engaged a
competent barber from Augusta to
take active charge. A new feature
for Edgefield will b? the well-ap
pointed ?bath room adjoining the
barber shop. An up-to-date equip
ment has been ordered, making the
shop thoroughly sanitary through
out, and as soon as it arrives the
doors will open to receive the pub
Salutes New Firm.
The Advertiser salutes the new
firm of Reynolds & Padgett, which
is composed of Mr. H. M. Reynolds
and Mr. E. E. Padgett. They have
opened au up-to-date clothing store
in the new building adjoining the
store of W. W. Adams & Co. Both
of these young men possess sterling
qualities that have made them popu
lar with the people. Within a short
time all of the merchandise aud
new fixtures will arrive, making it
a very attractive store.
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
prooerly filled at our store. We
have every modern facility and-we
Penn & Holstein.
We still handle the Tyson &
Wilson <fc Cantelou.
DR J. S. BYRD,
OFFICE OVEK POSTOFFICE.
Residence 'Phone 17-B. Office 3.
A. H. Corley,
Appointments at Trenton
ELROY G. SMITH
Hydralic and Sanitary Engineer.
Water Supply,, Good Roads, Land Sub
division and Surveys.
Investigations, Reports and
315 Harrison Bldg. Augusta, Ga
WANTED-A middle-aged white
woman to help with house work,,
also wishing said lady to be satis
fied to live in country. Good home
guaranteed. Mrs. H. H. McElmur
ray, Grovetown, Ga-R F D 2.
I? OR RENT: Residence of seven
rooms and pantry, near High School.
Well on back piazza, and all neces
sary out buildings. Apply to J. L.
FOR SALE- My home adjacent
to the High School. Price and terms
J. F. Entzminger,
Greenwood, S. C.
The Thornhill carries the strong
est guarantee eyer given a farm
wagon. They have to make good or
the Thornhill wagon Co. will.
Wilson & Cantelou.
Brookway buggies have advanta
ges, you find not in others, regard
less of price.
Wilson & Cantelou.
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.