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VOL. 80 EDGEFIEti?, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14,1915 _NO/7
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Names of Pensioners in Ed
field. County. Giving Amoun
That Each Veteran and
. Tne general assembly appropr
ed $300,000 foi pensions, out
which the Confederate Infirmary
ceives $17,454.75, leaving a bala
of $282,545.25. To this was ad<
the refunds made by the clerke
court in 1914 on account of dea
and other causes, making the tc
amount paid pensioners $286,171.
The roll in 1915 was decreased
146, and on account of this
crease and the increase in the app
priai ion the two lower classes
Mo. 2, and C No. 4, will rece
$28 50 in 1915, as against $24
The following is the pension r
of Edgefield county:
I) D Brooks?, J A Lanier, Frai
lin; Samuel Med lock, Rehobo
Dr. Walter Nicholson, Pleasi
Lane; G H Seigier, Longmires;
L Quattlebautn, Johnston.
. W M Corley, Cleora; J H Cos?
Collins; T l? Lanier, Longmires-;
W Prince, .Modoe.
Class C, No 1, $48.
W S Boyce, Trenton; W S Cov;
Edgefield; Simeon DeVore, Tit
ton; Whitfield Glauzier; Collii
J M Helson, Plum Branch; E
Holmes, Cullins; J B Moore, C<
lins; L .J Miller, Collins; J T Stroi
Edgefield; .1 M Turner, Johnsto
W E Ti m merman, Meeting Stret
M G Whitlock, J oh niton.
Class C, No, 2, $28.50.
John R Bryant, Trenton; G
Boswell, Edgefield; J R Black .ve!
John Brunsen, Parksville; T
Booth; J F Coleman, Plum Brand
- JohnjLhirry: J O Carj>enter, Trei
ton; J P~CuTri7m,~^'eTft?T?;'
Collin?, Cold Spring; J B Don
Parksville; J E Dobey, Ropers;
E Doolittle, Rehoboth; ll W E
banks, Franklin; Henry Gob?
Longmires; DE Gibson, Johustpt
J J bartlett, Parksville; 0 B Glo\
er, Hardy's; J W Hester, Johnstoi
W A Hewell; J P Hagood, Plea:
ant Lane; O W Lanier, Rehobotl
W T Mc M au us, Meeting Street;
C Mayson, Johnston; G W Mathis
Cold Spring; Geo. Ouzts, Johnston
C C Pardue, Trenton; S L Repel
Edgefield; J P Bikard, Wards; L :
Riddlehoever, Plum Branch; J. S
Simmons, Johnston; J A Stephens
Colliers; Jacob Smith, Edgefield; 1
T Timmerman, Meeting Street; .
Whitlock,. Chavis; F P Walker
Pleasant Lane; C W Vance, Re<
Class C, No. 3, $48.
S R Collett, Edgefield; CC John
son, Meriwether; Ann Randall
Johnston; Savannah Timmerman
Class C, No. 4, ?28.50.
Bettie Adams, Johnston; M A
Bartley, Edgefield; Nannie Ann
Broadwater, Parksville; J J Bryant,
Trenton; Mary A Rush; Johnston:
M J Burton, Pleasant Lane; Sallie
D Bunch,Poverty Hill; Sara Brooks,
Cold Spring: F L Corne;t, Plum
Branch; Emeline Cartlidge, Edge
field.; Mary Cartledge, Cold Spring;
Mary Chamherlaiu, Plum Branch;
Kate Crouch, Trenton; Melissa Car
penter, Johnston; H E Carpenter,
Trenton; Marlha Davis, Trenton;
S A Denny, Johnston; Ann Doo
little, Modoc; Vicey Dorn, Pleas
ant Lane; Mary Freeland, Johnston;
Carrie Freeland, Rehoboth; Corne
lia Glover, Edgefield; Nannie S
Griffin, Edgefield; Virginia C Gil
christ, Rehoboth; Emily Gray,
Edgefield; Sallie Gray, Edgefield;
Frances Holmes, Edgefield; Eliza P
Hamikon, Branchville; Ann Har
ris, Johnston; M C Hughey; Eliza
Hamilton, Plum Branch; Mary A
Houston, Johnston; Catherine Hol
ly, Johnston; Sadie J Hill, Edge
field; Caroline J Holman, Modoc;
Adeline Jackson, Cold Spring; Vir
ginia Lott; J E Langley; Lucinda
Minor; Lucinda McLendon, Cold
Spring; Lydia Murrell, Edgefield;
Epsy Morris, Johnston; M L May
son, Cleora; Fannie Murphey, Tren
ton; PB McLendon, Chavis; Ella
McCullough, Edgefield; Emma May
son, Cleora; Jane E Ouzts, Edge
field; Elizabeth Ouzts, Meeting
Street; Mary Pardue, Collins;
Zella A. Paul, Edgefield; Era
meline Riply, Johnston; Carrie Rau
some, ridgefield; Susannah Stevens.
Elmwood; A E Seigler, Rehoboth;
Jane Stillwell; Sa?-ah Ann Turner,
Johnston; Sarah Ann Timmerman,
Cleora; Ann J White, Lonsrmires;
J A White, Edgefield; MAH Wil
liams, Chavis; Narcissa Williams,
Johnston; Lucinda White, Plum
Branch; Sarah Woo3, Edgefield; L
E Wright, Edgefield.
Early Tomato Plants.
No one need lack for early toma
toes this year. Plants that ate
strong and vigorous can be had
from Mrs. George F. Mims at a
reasonable price. In order to sup
ply her own garden with early to
mato plants Mrs. Mims sowed seed
of several popular varieties in a hot
bed, and having more than are
needed for the home demand she
will sell them as long as they last.
Better order them at once. These
plants are superior in every way*to
those shipped from Florida and
are also better adapted to this cli
Are You Rheumatic?-Try
If you want <|tiick and real relief
from Rheumatism, do what so many
thousand other people are doing
whenever an attack comes on, bathe
the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's
Liniment. No need to rub it in -
just apply the Liniment to the sur
face. It is wonderfully penetrating.
It goes r?ght to the seat of trouble
and draws the pain almost imme
diately: Get a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment for 25c. of any druggist
and have it in the house-against
Colds, Sore and Swollen joints,
Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments.
Your money back if not satisfied,
but it does give almost instant re
''Clean Up" Day at School.
The teachers of the Edgefield
'ffi-?ded"and high scliools have set
apart Friday, April 10, as "clean
up" day for l!ie school, and invite
and urge co-operation on the part
of the parents of the community.
Either send a hand and cart or bot!)
to the school Friday and in that
way contribute your part toward
putting the campus, buildings and
premises generally in a thoroughly
sanitary condition. By cleaning up
and thoroughly cleansing the prem
ises at this time an epidemic of dis
ease may bc averted among the
school children. Giving the teach
ers your full co-operation will be a
public spirited act and at the sime
time it will promote your own in
terests by providing a healthful at
mosphere tor your children during
the remainder of the session.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lake will ar
rive in Edgefield on Saturday com
ing from Denmark here, in order to
attend the three divisional meetings
of the Woman's Missionary Union
of Edgefield association. The first
of these meetings will be held with
Mountain Creek church on April
18, next Sunday, to which all the
public are invited. Mr. and Mrs.
Lake will speak at this meeting,
and the others on the program are
Mrs. George Davis of Orangeburg,
State Superintendent of the Young
Woman's Auxiliaries for South
Carolina, and Aire. Mamie N. Till
man, who on request of the Moun
tain creek society will speak of her j
visit to tbe Holy Land.
REPUBLICAN, SECOND DIVISION.
On Tuesd,ay April ?0, there will
be a meeting of the second division
at Republican church, the same pro
gram being used. All the societies
in the second division are specially
urged to attend this meeting and
any of the others they find it
possible to attend.
The meeting of thiid divisional
union will be held with the church
at Plum Branch on Wednesday the
21st. Each society has been noti
fied of the date, are urged to attend
this rally, at which the same pro
gram will be carried out. It is the
great desire of all the societies that
a large number may be present at
the three all day rallies, and espe
cially as this may be the last op
portunity many will have of seeing
our Missionaries again before their
return to China.
Mrs. J. L. Miras,
Supt. Edgefield Association.
McKendree School Hiss Good
Session. Creditable Exer
cises. Address by Col.
The closing exer^ipes of_,the Mc
Kendree school would hare done
credit to pur High School. Miss
Rosalind Ouzts,s daughter of Dr.
W. D. Ouzts, teaober oj? the Mc
Kendree school, a handsome young
olonde in her teens, displayed as
much artistic taste in arranging the
charades, tableaux, etc., as one of
many years of experience. Miss
Rosalind has the spirit of the suc
cessful teacher. The cef' ^tes of
merit and cards of pron given
out to her deserving p owed
thal the school was s bally,
intelleci'^i'^aiid jost , med.
We have y previou." basion,
sid.ken of xf\j people > . soil of
this section. We viroul^HH?soon
thtuk of the history' New
York without the Sty; esants, Tylers
and Vanderbilts, as to tin ii k of Mc
KiMidree, without the Oy^te, Dorn?,
1 immermans, Shaffers, ind other
pi?.m-rr settlers of th? Oiiirinal Hol
land siock These people, are proud
ul tiicir school and tliir young
teacher and are building a founda
tion of knowledge upon which their
children will erect a structure of
wisdom which will increase the
citizenship of Edgetieid;COunty.
Dr. Walter D. Ouzts'is a leading
! spirit in this community. He is a
?successful physician,, progressive
farmer and leader in every good
work. Diuner was servid at a pub
lic table. It looked like ? great wed
ding feast, in which a tremendous
family and all the neighbors were
welcomed. We don't remember
ever seeing real pound cuke, chicken
salad and every other good thing to
eat at a picnic. We ?t?rtainly ap
preciated the court, P? shown us
hy M.*. Tv? M. ,;.M-s.^-j
j tor Ouzts, Miss-Ouzts, Mrs.
li. JJ. Stevens and others.
After dinner Col. E. J. "Watson
spoke. Col. Watson has a national
reputation as a speaker. His speech
on this occasion laid bare the
glaring defects of our agricultural
On our return, wc came by Pleas
ant Lane, the home of Mr. F. L
Ti meier man. Here we saw what
should be seen on every farm in the
State, fields of clover and grain,
heads of cattle, flocks of sheep,
mule and horse colts. Notwith
standing it was Saturday evening,
his plows were going. If thia sys
tem of farming and farm manage
ment has made Mr. Timmermau
one of the most progressive aDd in
dependent citizens of the county?,
why not other farmers do likewise.
P. N. L.
Farmers Bank Had Good Year.
The stockholders of the Farmers'
bank held their annual meeting al
noon Wednesday in the directors'
room of the bauk and the statement
which has been issued shows thai
the institution has had a very suc
cessful year, in spite of the busi
ness depression incident to the Eu
ropean war. A dividend of 12 per
cent, was ordered paid on the capi
tal of $58,000. The bank has loans
aggregating $319,086.28 and de
posits of $221,054.03. After paying
the dividend of 12 per cent, the re
mainder of the net earning was
passed to tho surplus and undivided
profits account, which amounts now
total about $66,000. The officers.
A. E. Padgett, president; Thomas
H. Rainsford, vice-president; W.
H. Hading, cashier, and W. A.
Byrd, assistant cashier, were re
elected. The following wore re-elect
ed directors: Thomas H. Rainsford,
C. P. DeVore, A. E. Padgett, E.
H. Folk, W. H. Hading, C. A.
Wells, W. B. Penn, S. B. Mays and
J. William Thurmond.
We have an all-wool boys' blue
serge pants, sizes 6-18, the kind you
pay $2.00 and $2.26, at $1.00.
War price on coffee. We are sell
ing a fine grade of green coffee
worth 15 cents for 12 1-2 cents per
pound. This opens the way to re
duce the high cost of living.
"Clean up" Day Observed. Edu
cational Rally Promises
Success. U. D. C. and
D. A. R. Meetings.
The past week which was set
aside as clean-up-week by Governor
Manning, was well observed by the
town, "clean-up, screen up and
paint up," being the watchword of
the day. The town council material
ly aided by providing extra trash
carts, and the street and premises
everywhere present ? pleasing ap
pearance. Johnston can vie with any
place for climate, haviug such au
altitude and with the town so alive
to the problems ot sanitation, its
residents should pass through the
snraiuer months in heakh and hap
Educational rally day which will
be held here on friday, April 23,
promises to be one of the most en
joyable days of the calendar. Coun
ty superintendent has urged that
all schools give holiday on this date
and join in the observance with the
High School. The speakeis ot' the
day, State superintendent of edu
catiuu, J. E. Swearingen, Piof.
Hand, state superintendent of high
schools, Mr. MeMahan of Columbia,
and Mr. Lucas Gunter, superintend
ent of rural schools, will draw a
large crowd eveu though other at
tractions of the day had not been
planned. The exercises will be beki
in the auditorium of the High i
School and during this period the
tiag will be presented to thy school
by the D. A. R. In the afternoon j
field exercises, one feature of which
will be basket ball and base ball
games will be enjoyed. The ladies
of the town ave all going to co
operate by bringing baskets and an
hour or more with a picnic spread
will be another enjoyable feature.
The public is invited and it is hop
<>d that every one will make au
effort to be presons jn this ooca-.
The following invitation has been
'"Mrs. Augustus Calhoun Mobley
requests the honor of your presence
at tue marriage of her daughter,
Josephine Mims, to Mr. Oliver
? Wallace Hamilton, Wednesday af
: temoon April the twenty-first at
/?> o'clock, First Baptist church, ?
j Johnston, S. C."
I This marriage is one in which
! much interest is centered for the
j bride is one of Johnston's sweetest
aud most beloved young women,
i'he fact though, that by her mar
riage she will be moved from lov
ing friends brings regret. Mr. Ham
: ilion is a brother of Mrs. Allen
j Mobley and is a young business
I man of sterling worth. He is ot the
j F. F. V's.
I Mr. and Mrs. Hiliary Westley
j Crouch have announced the engage
: ment of their daughter, Miss Elise
I Catherine Crouch, to Dr. Lucius
Sh>an Maxwell, the happy event to
take place in thc month of June.
The wedding will be a church
affair and of great elaborateness.
The weddiug is pleasantly antici
pated, for both of these young peo
ple are held in warmest affection by
many, the bride being a charming
Once a year a co-operative meet
ing of the W. C. T. U. and mis
sionary societies of the various de
nominations is held, this meeting
being held Friday afternoon in the
Methodist church. The pulpit was
beautifully decorated in lillies and
blooming plants. The hostesses
were Mesdames J. L. Smith and J.
W. Marsh,who pinned a whitt. bow
on each as they arrived. In the W\
C. T. U. Mrs. M. T. Turner is su
perintendent of the co operative
department, and she arranged the
program and presided over the
meeting and in her opening remarks
told of the importance of the sub
ject, "Co-operation." Following is
the program as arranged: Hymn,
"Christ for the world we sing";
scripture 2nd Peter, 1st chapter;
Prayer, Mrs. M. A. Huiet; roll call
and minutes by secretary, Mrs. J.
A. Dobey; paper, ''Relation of tem
perance to missions," Mrs. M. L.
Ke8ter; song by the L. T. L.; leaflet,
"Temperance and missions," Mrs.
J. W. Mobley; vocal duet, "The
homeland for Jesus," Mesdames L.
C. Latimer and J. H. White; read
ing, Miss Clevie Moyer of the Y.
P. B. ; paper, "Co-operation of thc
W. C. T. U. and miasion societies; 'I
EDGEFIEfeD, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14,1915
Death of Mr. Seymour Boyce.
Miss Emma Bouknight
Entertained the Kill
Kare Club Tuesday.
Mr. Seymour Boyce an aged gen
tleman and a Confederate soldier
who lived in the Horn's creek sec
tion, died at his home on Wednes
day last and was buried in the
Ebenezer cemetery on Thursday af-:
ternoon. He is survived by a
brother, M?\ Sidney Boyce, andi
three sisters, Mrs. Emmie Satcher,
Miss Susan Boyce and Miss Estelle'
Boyce who have the sympathy of
Little Sallie Marsh the beautiful
four year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Marsh, celebrated the;
anniversary of birthday on Tuesday
afternoon. Many happy children;
enjoyed this festive occasion, es
pecially the interesting games and
the delicious refreshments.
Miss Nell Payne and Miss Maude
Moore were the attractive week
end visitors to Miss Sade Long. |
Miss Ida Ryan who is having a
delightful visit in Atlanta, will re
turn home soon and her friends
will be happy to see her.
Miss Sara Boatwright was the !
charming visitor to Misses Marion
and Corinne Clark during the pas:,
Mr. Frank Miller whose illnesu
from pneumonia has been the causo
of deep anxiety among his many
friends, is much improved, and
sorrowing now has turned to re
Mr..rames, Sease from Columbia
has been on a risit to the family of
Mr. James Miller.
Handsome little Clay Miller from
Winnsboro has been on a recent5^
visit to his grand-parents, Mr. and.'*
Mrs. J. W. Miller.
Miss Julia Herlong is having a.
lovely visit in Batesburg as thej
guest of Mrs. Padgett.
Miss Emma Bouknightrs elegaj
entertaiumeirt of the Kil Kare dj
on Thursday last was the crowr?H
social event of Easier week. Tht
house was transformed into a veri-:
table dower garden and presented
springlike appearance, yellow be
ing lb- predominating col ot;. The
beautiful maiden-in their be\uiful?
rCa>ier robes presented too anBJr
chanting scene. Rook proved the'
diversion lor the afternoon and
among the forty players who par
ticipated. Miss Maude Sawyer
proved herself the most successful
and was the recipient of a lovely /
pair hat pins. Josephine Mobley, '
i he bride-elect and a beloved andLjj
honored member of the club, was
presented with a tall crystal vase
tilled with daffodils. The tables
were designated by cute little bird
nests of eggs, and the favors were
tiny chickens. At ? he conclusion of I
the game the young hostess served j
an elegant salad course followed by(
ice-cream and cake.
F. M. Boyd, and a piano solo by j
Miss Gladys Sawyer. The hostess
served a tempting salad course, be
fore the departure of her guests, be
ing assisted by Miss Alma Wood
Rev. C. C. Brown of Sumter will
preach in the Baptist church cm ?
The Emily Geiger chapter, D.v
A. R., held the April meeting in
the home of Mrs. J. P. Bean, and
this proved to be a most pleasant
meet'' g. The subject for the after>
noob was '' Theology of the coloni
al period," and a very interesting
and instructive talk was given by
Dr. A. T. King. After all business
the hostess, assisted by her daugh
ters, Misses Isabel and Bessie liean,
served a very tempting repast.
Mrs. Sarah Allen Collett, of
Edgetield has been the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. James Wright, near
town. Mrs. Collett visited relatives
in town during her stay and her
visit gave much pleasure to all.
Try one of our men's $10.00
suits, and you will find io just as
good as the one you pay $18.00 for
Landreth's Garden Seed.
When in need of garden seed.
Irish Potatoes, Corn, Onion Sets,
etc., let us supply your wants.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
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