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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, June 23.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Dr. A. H. Corley was among the
visitors in Augusta Friday.
J. C. Ramage, Esq., of the Sa- j
]uda bar spent Monda; in Edge
field.
Mrs. B. L. Jones has gone to
Glenn Springs to spend several
-weeks.
Mrs. Allen T. Samuel and little j
Al!>-n are visiting relatives in Ridge
Spring.
Mr. Arthur Tompkins says gaso-j
line brings lots of strange people to
Edgefield.
Miss Charlton Dozier will be the
hostea? of the Thursday card duli
to-morrow.
Miss Lucy Plunkett of Granit?
ville is visiting her sister, Mrs. H.
H. Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. May spent
Sunday last with Dr. and Mrs. W.
E. Prescott.
Mr. Hammond Carmichael is
visiting his mother, Mrs. Bessie
Carmichael.
Miss Pearl Padgett spent several
days last week with friends in
North Augusta.
Miss Bessie Duckworth of Char
lotte is here visiting her cousin,
M rs. J. L. Mi ms.
Little Miss Emma' Ready, of
Johnston, ip visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Floyd Rainsford.
Miss Helen Dorn is in Augusta at
tending a house party at the home
of Miss Floride Miller.
Mrs. F. W. Miller of Trenton
spent Friday in Edgefield with her
sister, Mrs. Bettis Cantelou.
Mrs. S. W. Nicholson and her
two youngest children spent the
week-end at Langley with relaiives.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hubbard of
Johnston are guests in the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Warren Paul.
? Hiss Helen Tillman is in New
berry, where she will be the guest
of Alias Gladys Chappell for
week. -*
Mrs. J. P. Ouzts and ber three
youngest children spent several days
last week with relatives at Ridge
Spring.
Hon. John C. Sheppard attended
the Grand Lodge ot the Knights ot
Honor that was held in Buffalo, N
*3T., last week.
Misses Emily and Marjorie Tomp
kins will give a miscellaneous show
er Thursday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. W. D. Allen.
Miss Tillie Youngblood has ar
rived to spend her vacation at home
She has been very cordially greeted
by her friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller have
been spending several days in Edge
field with Mrs. Miller's mother,
Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard.
Mr. James Bussey and Miss Eliza
beth Bussey of Augusta spent the
week-end at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas H. Rainsford.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ge mes of
?forters vii le, Ga,, are bn a visit to
!r. and Mrs. W. H. Hading and
ther relativees in the country.
Mrs. F. L. Timmerman, Miss Ida
I immerman and Miss Ruby Wat
ion of Pleasant Lane worshipped
in the Baptist church Sunday morn
mjr.
Mrs. frannie Cochran Green,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Cochran, spent several days here
{sst week as the guest of Miss Lil
ian Smith.
Mr. John A. Holland and his
?phew, John Holland, Jr., came
lown from Greenwood Monday to
look after their business interests in
xis section.
Blessed is the man who invented
lie Palm Beach suits for men for
(ot weather. As to who or what is
f a like blessing to womankind,
re are not informed.
Miss Alleen Dozier who for the
st several years has been making
\er home in Columbia has arrived
spend some time here with her
3r, Mrs. H. A. Smith.
Miss Miriam Norris entertained
>me friends with a charming tea
^nesday evening in honor 'of Mr.
od Mrs. Milton Parker, Jr., and
Lr. and Mrs. W. D. Allen.
Miss Margaret .day has Misses
Pebbit and Moultrie Drake of Blen
heim and Miss Rosada Talbert of
Parksville as her guests and will
give a picnic in their honor to-day.
In addition to those mentioned
last week and to those mentioned
elsewhere in this issue of The Ad
vertiser, Miss Ella Belle Scurry, E.
P. Arthur and C. T. Mathis sent us
cotton blooms.
Dr. W. E. Prescott has harvested
SOO bushels of Fulghum oats. He
has his seed cleaned every year with
a machine made for the purpose,
consequently his oats are the best
obtainable for seed.
Mr. Francis Sheppard has return
ed from the Citadel for the summer.
He will be in the senior class next
session, having only one more year
before completing the full course at
this excellent institution.
Prof. G. F. Long, Jr., who has
been principal of the high school in
Walterboro for the past two years,
is spending his vacation with his
mother, Mrs. C. A. Long, who re
sides in the Harmony section.
Messrs. Albert and Warren Reel,
two of the leading young business
men in the county came down from
Cleora Sunday morning and wor
shipped in the Baptist church, mak
ing the journey in the former's new
car.
Mr. L. D. Swearingen sent The
Advertiser a^ cotton bloom last
Thursday, stating in the accompa
nying note that hehad a 10-acre held
that was thick with blooms. Mr.
Swearingen is one of Trenton's best
farmers.
Mrs. E. B. Anderson left last
Tuesday for Moore, Spartanburg
county, to spend some time with
her son, Mr. Buist Anderson. She
was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
George F. Mims who returned to
Edgefield Friday.
Mr. C. M. Williams, the cham
pion hog raiser, was in town Mon
day. He has had no difficulty in
selling his fine pigs for $5 each.
Mr. Williams has demonstrated to
the Cleora community that there is
money in hog raising.
Farmer J. R. Cantelou told the
writer while in town Saturday af
ternoon tha the bad just finished
sowing 75 aces in peas, having
done all of the planting or sowing
with his own hands. He was entitled
to an afternoon's loafing m town.
Mr. Sam Agner sent The Adver
tiser a cotton bloom last week, stat
ing in the note that he has the best
crop thai he has ever had at this
sea?un. It is entirely free from irrass,
which means thai Mr. Agner has
been working early and late for the
past three weeks.
County Superintendent of Educa
tion W. W. Fuller, with me co
operation of a number of patrons of
all three schools, is making an effort
to consolidate the Ked Hill, Pres
cott and Flat Rock schools, making
one large, strong, long-term school
at Red Hill. He deserves to succeed
ia his efforts.
The Advertiser was pleased to
learn several days ago that Mr.
Wallace T. Prescott has been elect
sd principal of the Colliers school.
Phe patrons of the school district
were fortunate in securing his ser
vices. Mr. Prescott is a full gradu
ate of Furman University and is in
jvery way well fitted for teaching.
About 15 ladies met in the court
bouse Monday aiternoon for the pur
pose of forming a Civic League.
Before the organization was com
pleted a threatening cloud forced
them to adjourn. Mrs. B. L. Mims
was elected president and Mrs. J.
Gr. Holland vice-president. Auother
meeting will be held Monday after- '
noon at 5:30 o'clock in the court
house. 1
Dr. C. C. Brown of Beaufort
preached at Red Hill church Sunday
morning last and preached at Edge
?eli Sunday night, presenting the ,
jause of the Aged Ministers board.
Dr. Brown has been laboring for
the support of the aged and infirm
Baptist ministers of South Carolina
for the pasrt 21 years. A collection !
was taken Sunday night for the sup- ;
port of the aged ministers.
The gentlemen who guaranteed
the sum of money necessary to se
cure the lyceum course met in the ;
office of Dr. James S. Byrd Mon
day night and organized themselves
into the Edgefield Lyceum associa
tion by the election of Mr. W. A.
Collett, president: Mr. J. H. Torup
kine, secretary, and Dr. James S.
Byrd, treasurer. A committee will
be appointed to sell the season tick
ets. The course which has been ar
ranged for next fall re th? best ever
engaged for Edgefield.
Oat meal in tins, cornflakes, puffed
rice, puffed wheat.
L. T. May.
The friends of Dr. W. E. Pres
cott will be delighted to learn that
he is steadily improving. He spent
last Sunday at Rose Cottage with
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Littlejohn.
The little son of Sheriff and Mrs.
VV. R. Swearingen had a narrow es
cape from being very seriously in
jured by a ?ow Sunday afternoon.
A cow which belonged to a neigh
bor came up to Mr. Swearingen's
lot and attacked their linle son,
tossing him in the air by its horns
and inflicting a painful but not se
rious injury. The cow would proba
bly have killed the little child had
not Mr, Swearingen been near.
The State Gains Case.
For two or three years the case of
Joe Grant, the negro who killed
Mr. Durst at Johnston five or six
years ago, has been in the courts of
Pennsylvania and the United States
courts. A few days ago the United
States supreme court rendered a de
cision which will cause Grant to be
brought back to Edgefield for trial.
As soon as the sheriff bas been offi
cially notified of the status of the
case he will go for the negro who
is in jail in Philadelphia.
Stoles to Close.
July 4th being Sunday, we, the
undersigned, agrree to close our ,
places of business on Monday Julv
5 in order to observe Monday as a
legal holiday:
W W Adams & Co., Reynolds
6 Padgett, H A Smith, Ramsey &
Jones, Jones & Son, L T May,
Edgefield Fruit Co., Collett ?
Mitchell, J F Lamb, The Bank of
Edgefield, A H Corley, Dorn &
Miras, Geo. F. Miras, Penn <fc Hol
stein, W H Harling, Stewart &
Kernaghan, W S Cogburn, Jas. T
Mims, VV T Kinnaird, J H Cante
lou, W H Tamer, Rives Bros, W
E Lynch <fc Co., M Ruben, Edge
field Mere. Co., J Runenstein, I
Mukashy, H H Sandeis.
Death of Mr. R. A. Cochran. ??
After a lingering illness extend
ing over a period of beveral years,
Mr. R. A. Cochran died at his
home in the Rehoboth sectiou last
Wednesday afternoon. His health
began to fail two or three years ago
aud his steady loss of strength caus
ed hts relatives and friends grea*
anxiety. He was never confined to
his bed however for any considera
ble length of time until he suffered
a stroke of paralysis about a month
ago. It appeared for a time after
being stricken that he would rally
and be restored to his accustomed
strength but soon a change fur the
worse was observed by loved ones
who watched so patiently and devo
tedly at his bedside..
The death ol' this good man, al
though he resided on the extreme
western side of the county, was a
distinct loss to the county as a whole.
In the Civil War he rendered faith
ful service and during the half cen
tury that has followed Mr. Cochran
was in the forefront of every good
work.
He was one of the pillars of Re
hoboth church, and was one of its
most liberal supporters. Unless
providentially kept away, Mr. Coch
ran was always in his accustomed
pf.ace, ready to do his full share of
whatever was undertaken for the
promotion of the cause of Christ at
home and abroad. His examplary
life was a tower of strength to his
community. Everybody had confi
dence in Mr. Cockran, and his wise
counsel was frequently sought. Re
hoboth community has been made
better and richer by reason of his
having lived in* it. The funeral
was held at Rohoboth Thursday af
ternoon, Rev. J,. T. Littlejohn offi
ciating. .
Mr. Cochran is survived by his
devoted wife, one daughter, Mrs.
Fannie Green', and one son, Mr.
Evan Cochran.
My Mill is now in operation.
Open at all hours.
-Smith Milling Co.
Johnston, S.C.
**********************
I Religious Notices, j
Preaching next Sunday morning
and night in Edgefield Methodist
church.
At Trenton Sunday 11:15 preach
ing in Presbyterian church.
The Southeastern is the oldest
old line legal reserve insurance com
pany in South Carolina.
C. M. Mellichamp,
Spec'al Ag^nt.
Be sure and try Mexican June
corn. I have the seed, can be sown
as late af August 1, 76c perpeck.
L. T. May.
We are Candidates for Your
Favor.
Our business is progressive and
progressing. Drugs, Toilet Arti
cles, Stationery. Your prescription
bas prompt and careful attention.
COLLETT & MITCHELL.
Night 'Phone 79.
Eeward Offered.
I hereby offer a reward of $25
for the arrest and conviction of
Richard McKelvy, colored, who,
notwithstanding the fact that he
has a lawful wife living, eloped
with my daughter, Clarisa Goidon,
on June 9, 1915. I desire to have
bim punished to the fullest extent
of the law. McKelvy is six feet in
height, of black complexion, has
scar on left side of face, weighs
about 140 pounds, and is about 30
years of age.
George M. Gordon.
Pleasant Lane, S. C..
Trustees, Notice.
I wish to urge* upon my trustees
the importance of early employment
of teachers.? Teachers who are in
demand do*:not lind it necessary
to wait on indifferent trustees.
When you have employed your
teacher, please notify me, giving
name and salary.
W. W. Fuller,.
Co. Supt. Education.
June 23-2t.
Citation.
The State pf South Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
By W. T. Kinnaird, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Mrs. H. H. Townes, of
above County and State, made suit
to me, to grant her Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and ef
fects o? Dr. H. H. Townes, her
husband, deceased.
These Are Therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the
kindred and Creditors of the said
Dr. H. H. Townes, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in
the Court of Probate, to be held at
Edgefield, C. H., S. C., in my of
fice?on the 8th day of July (1915)
next after publication thereof, at ll
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
Said Administration ' should not be
granted.
GivejLiin^er my Hand, this 21st
day of Ju1 ne A. D., 1915.
W. T. Kinnaird,
P. J. E. C. S. C.
June 23-3t.
This Is
Top Dre
If you have fertilized
lacking in potash, it
Side dress with a fen
necessary elements o
Do not make the m
(Ammonia) only, sue!
as well as stalk and f
not only provide ami
acid and POTASH.
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Will stimulate the g
unfavorable seasonal
blight and shed.
PRESTO TOP I
ROYSTER'S SP
MAGIC TOP D
Royster top dressers,
compounded on sciei
proper time and in
Look for the trade-m
Send postal for 1
F. S. R(
Norfolk,'Va.
Spartanburg, S. C. Al
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A Doctor's Prescription For
Cough an Effective Cough
Treatment.
One-foarth to one teaspoonful of
Dr. King's New Discovery, taken
as needed, will soothe and check
Coughs, Colds and the more dan
gerous Bronchial and Lung Ail
ments. You can't afford to take,
the risk of serious illness, when so
cheap and simple a remedy as
Dr- King's New Discovery is ob
tainable. Go to your Druggist to
day, get a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, start the treatment at
once. ' You will be gratified for the
refief and cure obtained.-I
Heniz'a Dill Pickles, 15c can.
k L. T. May.
FOR COTTON WEIGHER.
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for the position Of public cotton
weigher for the town of Edgefield, and
respectfully solicit the support of those
who market cotton at Edgefield.
W, D. ALLEN.
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for the position of public cotton
weigher for the town of Edgefield, and
respectfully solicit the votes pf the
people who market cotton j at Edge
field.
C. H. B. WILLIAMS.
I respectfully announce my candidacy
for the position of public cotton weigher
for the town of Edgefield and if elected
will do my utmost to give entire satis
faction.
M. H. Deal.
Notiee to ?
Hain, Breastfast Bacc
Fresh Meats of all kinds c
jj! Large stock of Fancy G
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sser Year
your crops lightly at planting 1
is not too late to remedy this,
tilizer containing sufficient pro
f plant food-Phosphoric Acid, i
listake of using a material th:
h as Nitrate of Soda. To get th
bliage, use ROYSTER'S TOP
nonia in quickly available form
^OYSTER*
P-DRESSE
TRADEMARK
REGISTERED.
Tpwth of your crop, increase
1 conditions, and check the t<
BRANDS
Available
)RESSER, .... 4.
ECIAL TOP DRESSER, 4.
RESSER
like all Royster Fertilizers, arel
itific principles: plant-food for
right proportions : mechanics
ark on every bag.
wok on Top Dressing and name of nearesl
3YSTER GUANO COM
Charlotte, N. C. Tarboro, N.
llanta, Ga. Macon, Ga. .
Montgomery, Ala Baltimore, Md
THE CITADEL
The Military College of
South Carolina
Announced as "Distinguished Military
College" by U. S. War Department
Full courses in Civil Engineering,.
Science, English andModern Languages.
Confers B. S. and C. E. degrees.
All expenses pay cadets from South.
Carolina, $282.00 a year. ?
A scholarship worte $300.00 a year is
vacant from Edgefield county, and will
be filled by competitive examination at
the county seat on. the 13th day of Au
gust, 1915.
For necessary information and blanks,
apply to
COL. O. J. BOND,
The Citadel,. Charleston, S. C.
CITY
Pressing Club
I have opened an up-to-date press
ing club in the front room over the
store of Dunovant & Co., and are
prepared to do cleaning and pressing
in the most approved manner.
In addition to cleaning and press
ing men's suits, we give special at
tention to ladies7 garments. Give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
We make a Specialty of
: Palm Beach Suits
H. T. HAMILTON
Proprietor
lousewives!
fVe desire to call the atten
i of the good women of
gefield and vicinity to the
t that we can supply them
h boiled ham, sliced by
. up-to-date machine.
\. quick meal can be had
bout standing over the hot
ve by ordering ready cooked
ats from us.
>n, Smoked Bacon, and
onstantly on hand.
rr?ceries.
H. SANDERS |
time, or used fertilizer
provided you Top or
portions of all three
Ammonia and Potash,
it contains Nitrogen
e increase in fruitage,
' DRESSERS, which
, but also phosphoric
5
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the yield, overcome
sndency in cotton to
Ammonia; Potash
10. 4.
7.50 2.50
9. 3.
backed by experience:
the plant at just the
il condition perfect.
; Royster Dealer.
PANY,
C. Columbia, S. GL
Columbus, Ga.

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