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If you are looking for bright, new and dependable merchandise drop in at
THE CORNER STORE. You will find here snappy, stylish wearables priced
as low as good business methods will permit. Then, too, you can find here
almost anything you wish to wear. This week we are showing especially
good values in 36-inch Silk Muslins, Silk Poplins and Silk Chiffon Taffeta.
Ginghams in variety of Plaips and Stripes.
The famous Tou) de Noird and other
brands at
If you appreciate good treatment come to
see US. Sincerely,
10 cents
BED SPREADS
from
. to $3.50 eaen
THE CORNER STORE
PROPRIETOR
TOWELS-A good Huck Towel, 36 to 40
indies long at
8.3 eents
j on up to a fine DAMASK at - - - 25c.
Table Damask 25c. the yard and up.
A real nice Sea Island, 'Sd inches wide, 5c.
the yard.
Hose for school use. hose for house use, hose
for every wear, and hose tor the little tots in
black, white and tan, at 10c. a pair and up.
(Ngcjtdil ?irtriisct.
Program of Recital to be Given
in the Opera House Octo
ber 30.
The sonir recital to be given by
Carolina He Fabritis, Mezzo-So
-pr?no, October 30 in Edgetield
premise tu be a very interesting one
to all music lovers, for her program
comprises the songs of the best
known French, Italian and Ameri
can modern composers.
Signora De Fabritis knows per
sonally several of the composers,
-whose songs are on the following
program and she has had the ad
vantage of singing for them their
own compositions and then getting
"their own intimate ideas as tQ the
interpretation, which is an opportu
nity not granted to all artists.
PROGRAM.
I
La Serenata, Tosti.
Nessium lo sa, Vannuccini.
Mattenata, Leoncarallo.
Pour quoi-Rester-Seulette, Saint
Saens.
Ouvre tes yeux Blues, Massenet.
II
At parting, Rogers.
Like the rosebud, La Farge.
The Night has a Thousand eyes.
Foote.
Thy beaming eyes, MacDowell.
Not from the whole wide world.
Rogers.
How many times do I love Thee,
Manney.
Sweetheart thy lips are touched
with Flame, Chadwick.
III
Away on the hill, Ronald.
Good night dear heart, Leach.
Absent, Terindelle.
Memories, Gibb.
From the land of the sky blue
Water, Cadman.
The ye irs at the Spring, Mrs.
Beach.
Polta Tosti is an Italian compos
er who has written many well
known songs. He makes his home in
England. He is now in his 80th
year but his latest songs show no
lack of the spontaneous melody and
virility which won him his lirst ear
ly successes.
Vannuccini a native of Florence,
Italy well known as a voice teacher
who has written many charming
songs in the pure Italian vein.
Leoncarallo a well known opera
composer who sprang into sudden
prominence with the production of
th3 one act opera I Paglaicci and
who is doing very serious work in
the opera line at present. He resides
in Rome.
Saint Saens the dean of French
composers well known pianist who
bas often been to this country and
who has written so well liked Sam
son and Dahlia.
Massenet also a French opeia
-composer whose "Thais and Cin
.drellon" won great success at the
Metropolitan in New York. He pos
sesses the true gift of melody.
James Rogers lives iu Cleveland
Ohio and is a well known organist.
He ranks well with the American
composers.
Frank La Farge a native of!
Rockford, Illinois where Signora]
De Fabritis taught 4 years is a
well known pianist and has toured
with Gadski and Sembrich as their
accompanist. He is still under 30
and much is expected of him.
Arthur Foote, resident of Boston,
heard Signora De. Fabritis sing
when but a young girl and predict
ed her success as a singer of songs
and the song chosen by the singer
in his happiest vein.
Edward Mac Dowell, whose ear
ly death lost to America one of her
leading composers is too well
known to need mention in this
brief article. His songs are won
derfully beautiful and full of a
suggestive poetry tba*, places them
in a class quite by themselves.
Charles T. Manney a young song
writer who is doing serious work
living in Boston.
George W. Chadwick is the
president of New England Con
servatory, Boston, an institution
which ranks the highest in this
country and is equal to any of the
European Conservatories.
Mr. Chadwick has written ora
tories, symphonies, instrumental
pieces and many songs. A mau of
wide experience, broad culture and
fine personality of whom America
and Boston are justly proud. He is
still a young man in the prime of
his powers and much may be ex
pected of him in the future.
Landon Ronald is an English
man who has written many songs
and by well known artists.
Roland Leach a young man who
is unusually gifted, a brilliant violin
ist, song writer, and writer of sym
phonies with whom Signora De
Fabritis was associated for two
years in Rockford and who has the
honor of singing his songs in manu
script for the first time in public.
Mr. Leach expressed his apprecia
tion of the way his songs were ren
dered by this artist by saying that
she brought out new beauties in
them, unknown even to him, their
composer.
Tironidelle an Italian residing in
New York this setting of the well
known song "Absent" is one of the
most beautiful of all the many set
tings.
Robert W. Gibb is a young man
not yet so, a personal friend of Sig
nora De Fabritis, who lives in Ded
ham, Mass. The song "Memories"
was written when he was scarcely
18 years of age. The words are by
Burns and the song has the un
mistakable marks of genius. It is in
manuscript and Signora De Fabritis
is the first one to make this song
kni.wn to the American public.
diaries \V. Cad mau who bas
writt n the "Indian love songs" of
which the first one is being sung is
another friend of the singer's and
when but a struggling composer
this artist did much to bring the
works of Cadman before the public.
He is now known all over this coun
try and Europe.
Mrs. A. H. Beach whose song,
"The year's at the spring" brings
the program to a close,is one of the
foremost women composers of
America and she lives in Boston
and is a well known teacher of
piano.
Closing Days of Court.
At'the time the last issue of The
Advertiser was printed the court
was engaged with the trial of Hen
ry Do/.ier, indicted for rapt-. The
jury found him guilty but recom
mended him to the mercy of the
ure. Al sentence of five year? on
tue ohaingang was imposed. The
.defendant was represented by M P
Wells, Esq., and Hammond Ether
edge, Esq., and the State by the
solicitor.
Ernest Jackson was acquitted of
the charge of murder, having killed
a negro in self defence in the Phil
ippi section. He was defended by
J Wm. Thurmond, Esq,
Alex Miles was convicted under
the charge of carrying au unlawful
gun. He, together with Jim and
Charles Stafford, was also charged
with assault and battery. All were
acquitted of this charge. They were
defended by Capt. N G Evans.
Wright Holston was convicted of
violating the dispensary law and
sentenced to serve 12 months on the
chaingaing or pay a fine of $500.
Judge Prince suspended ^400 of
the tine upon condition that he is
not convicted hereafter, either
in the Magistrate's court or the
higher court, of violating the dis
pensary law. If convicted at any
time in the future he will have to
pay the?400 in addition to the fine
imposed at that time. Mr, Holston
was defended by P B Mayson, Esq.,
and S M Smith, Esq.
At a meeting of the bar last week
it was decided that owing to the
present financial stringency, no
civil court would be held this week.
Thus a saving of several hundred
dollars was effected for the taxpay
ers.
Minutes of Association.
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn, the clerk
of the Edgefield Baptist association,
wa9 in Edgefield Monday and
brought the miuutes of the recent
meeting of the association with him,
leaving them at the oftiee of the
clerk of court. Representatives of
the churches can get the minutes by
calling upon Mr. Cogburn.
Honor Roll Edgefield Graded
and High School.
1st grade-Hansford Mims,
Elizabeth Bailey, Kathryn Stewart,
Henry Clippard, Olanda Morgan,
Fnmian Holston, Burts McManus.
2nd grade-May Rives, Eliza
beth Ti m merman, Felicia Mims,
Mary Marsh, Lucy Sheppard, Roy
al Shannonbouse, William Hughes.
'3rd grade-Elizabeth Lott, Ben
jamin Cogburn, Isabelle By-d, Ed
win Rives, Wallace Sheppard, John
Weils, Allen Edwards.
4th grade-Eleanor Mims, Geo.
Tompkins, Helen Nicholson, Mob
ley Sheppard, Gertrude Thurmond,
Sam Paul, Corrie Cheatham, Ray
mond Folk, Mitchell Wells.
5th grade-Edith Ouzts, Norma
Shannonbouse, Sara Lyon, Strom
Thurmond.
7th grade-Arthur Britt, Edwin
Folk. Ilene Harling.
8th grade-Margaret May, Neta
Ouzts, Willie Peak, Lydia Brun
son, Genevieve Norris, Fred Mays.
9th grade-Ouida Pattison, Em
mie Broadwater, Carroll Rains
ford, Douglas Timmerman.
10th grade-Lula Ouzts, Alma
DeLoacb, Blondelle Hart, Jennie
Simkins.
11th grade-Evelyn Broadwater,
Walter Mays, Edgar Strother.
10 cent cotton if you get your
suit and overcoat from F. G. Mer
tins, Augusta, Ga.
Conference of Prohibitionists is
to be Held in Columbia.
A conference of those interested
in furthering the cause of Prohibi
tion in South Carolina, is called to
meet at Columbia, October 22, at 2
p. m., at the V. M. C. A. building.
This is to be a free conference, and
those attending, are not committed
to any fixed policy. We have as
surance that this conference will be
well attended.
E. G. Quattlebaum,
C. D. Stanley,
D. W. Robinson,
W. J. Langston,
R. B. Watson,
N. N. Burton,
E. C. Ridgelt,
T. S. Kinkead,
C. E. Burts.
Oct. 21, 1914.
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
properly filled at our store. We
have every modern facility and-we
know ho
?enn & Holstein.
Classified Column.
FOR RENT-Eight-room, two
story residence on Columbia street.
Servant's house, well and good gar
den on premises. Apply to Mrs.
T. G. Talbert, Parksdlle, or to M.
C. Parker, Edgefield, S. C.
FOR SALE-One building lot
on Jeter stieet. Apply to C. M.
Thomas, Edgefield, S. C.
WANTED-A good milk cow
Fresh to pail. Mrs. A. G. Burk
halter, North Augusta, S. C.
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. II. 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.
M i ms.
V. A.
Hemstreet & Bro.
GUNS,
REVOLVERS,
CARTRIDGES, Ere
JUST BELOW
GEORGIA R. R. BANK
655 BROAD STREET
AUGUSTA, C?A.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. a sur
gical dressing t'int relieves pain and Kjals ai
tte same time. Not a liniment. 25c. .''"^^00
Note the Preponderance of Lady Nurses
In Itself a Silent Tribute
To the Grace, Patience and Tender Nature
of Femininity
We Handle
Everything Required in the Sick Room
Ot the BEST QUALITY, and at Correct Prices
COLLETT & MITCHELL
Wedding Presents
Purchase your Wedding Presents from Augusta's
Largest Jewelry Store. Beautiful assortment of
SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS,
CHINA, CLOCKS AND
WATCHES. GOLD AND
SILVER JEWELRY.
NOVELTIES OF ALL KINDS.
Call lo see us when in the city. Order by mail if
you can't come.
A. J. RENKL
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 700 BROAD STREET
NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
SLUSKY'S ROOFING MATERIAL
ON ACCOUNT OF WAR
Our materials have advanced considerably, but having purchased im
mense stock before rise of market, we are offering the SAME AT
TRACTIVE LOW PRICES as formerly. Get our prices on METAL
SHINGLES, TIN PLATE, GALVANIZED CORRUGATED IRON and
RUBBER ROOFING, Etc. It will pay you to buy NOW as prices will
never be lower.
DAVID SLUSKY
Phone 100. 1009 Broad Street

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