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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Wednesday, Oct. 14th.
Dr. A. W. Lamar of Atlanta will
?11 the Baptist pulpit next Sunday.
Miss Florence Mounce of Augus
ta is the guest of Miss Virginia Ad
Hon. J. William Thurmond went
.over to Columbia on professional
Gen. B. H. Teague of Aiken
spent Sunday in EdgefieM with his
-sister, Mrs. Milton Parker.
Mr. E. M. Whatley of Rehoboth,
3nd Miss Annie Ouzts of Kirksey,
were guests of Mrs. AJdX Ouzts last
It has been a long time since we
have seen a finer sentiment penned
than that written by our Antioch
.correspondent in the opening para
graph of her letter which is publish
ed on our front pasre.
A half dozen nuggets of wisdom
for Trenton people next Sundaj
norning at 11:15 at Methodist
The Advertiser has been request
ed to announce that the Brunson
school will open next Monday, Oe
Gov. Blease has appointed Mr.
Eustice H. Prescott to fill the schol
arship at the medical college in
Attention is directed to the spe
cial bargain price that is offered by
Mr. F. G. Mertins of Augusta in
his advertisement this week.
The Advertiser wafts sincere
greetings to Master C. M. Melli
champ, Jr., and wishes him a long
life of peace and joy and happiness.
Mr. li. Wigfall Cheatham gave a
dance at his home in honor of Dr.
and Mrs. A. H. Corley Friday
evening. Those who were honored
with invitations greatly enjoyed the
State Treasurer S. T. Carter, a<
companied by his family, carnt
over from Columbia in his car and
?peut Sunday here with Mrs. F. F.
Miss Sallie Parker is visiting bei
sister, Mrs. T. Garrett Talbert ir
Parksville. Before returning to
Edgetield she will visit friends ic
Mrs. Leila Roper and Mrs. S. A.
Morra! I, and little Gadsdeu M orrall
of Trenton, and Mrs. Morrall of
Edgefield were guests at "Alta
Vista" last week.
"Be otrong" is text of sermon to
be preached at union service at the
Presbyterian church by Rev. J. R.
Walker next Sunday night at 8
o'olock. Let all the people come
and do amen.
The Corner Store has had an ex
ceptionally good seasen in its milli
nery and ladies' suit department.
Mr. Turner haf had to re-order and
invites the ladies to see the new ar
rivals in stylish goods.
Mutual Benefit Sale.
The popular store of Smith
Marsh Company uses our entire 8th
page this week in making the an
nouncement of their slaughter sale
which they will begin to-morrow
and continue for 10 day*. They
purchased a very large stock for all
departments before the European
war began, and the financial strin
gency brought about by this war
has caused them to be over-stocked.
Mr. Smith, the manager, has adopt
ed this means of reducing the tre
mendous stock. Nothing will be
reserved in this "mutual benefit
sale." The stock i?i compesed of
first-class merchandise, instead of
old shop-worn goods that would be
dear at any price. Do not miss the
bargains that will be put on sale
to-morrow, Thursday, October 15.
The ladies of the Chrysanthemum
association are pla; ning to hold
the flower show. The date will be
announced later. All who have
flowers should participate.
Change in Schedule.
Commencing with next Sunday
there will be a change in the South
ern's passenger schedule. The early
train from Columbia to Augusta and
the late afternoon train from Au
gusta to Columbia will be dis
continued. The early Edgefield
train will leave at 7:20 a. rn. as
usual to connect at Trenton with
the train for Columbia. The train
connecting with ?the train for Au
gusta will leave Edgefield at 11:10
a. m. and arrive at Augusta 12:50
p. m. The train for Aiken instead
of leaving at 1:40 will leave at
12:20 p. m. and return at 4:00 p.
m. The only train for Augusta will
arrive in that citv at 12:50 p. m.
and leave at 2*30, giving about an
hour and a half in the city,
even when the train is on time.
Mr. Rubenstein makes an an
nouncement this week that will be
of interest to hundreds of The Ad
vertiser readers- See what he says
and then call at his store.
U, A. ti. Meeting.
The old 96 district chapter D. A.
R. will hold its next regular month
ly meeting ?at the home of Mrs.
Maggie Hill on Tuesday, October
20, at four o'clock. All members
are requested to be present.
The following is the historical
program, all sketches of partisan
geneials: Pickens, Mrs J. W.
Peak; Marion, Mrs. D. B. Hollings
worth; Sumter. Miss Gladys Chap
Has Sold His Home.
The departure of Capt. A. G.
Martin, who has served the South
ern railroad as conductor on the
Edgefield-Aiken road for the past
two years, from our midst will
cause much genuine sorrow. He
has made many friends among the
people of our town and county.
Capt. Martin has sold his home in
south Edgefield to Mr. Abney
Parks who will occupy it some
time next month.
Ga., Oct. 19-24,1914
THE FAIR where you can see new things.
THE FAIR where men, women and children, old friends, old comrades, old neighbors, old residents, gather to
meet in friendly intercourse.
LARGE AGRICULTURAL AND LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS
LARGEST AND BEST POULTRY SHOW IN THE SOUTH
FOOTBALL, HORSE RACES, AUTOMOBILE RACES
Make your arrangements to do your shopping in Augusta Fair Week. Have you received a catalogue? For
FRANK E. BEANE. Secretary.