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Wednesday, Oct. 13.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Bessie Cothran of Cieora
is spending this week with Mrs. S.
"Miss Marion Blalock left Satur
day for ?er school in Williamsburg
cou u ty n^ar Kin gs tree.
Mr. John Page Jones left early
last week to become principal of a
large school near Branchville.
Miss Mary Ramsey, of Grove
town, GL, U an attractive vi.-itor
iq the home ?-f Mrs. F. F. Moseley.
Mr. A. S. Tompkins is in New
York on business connected with
. the estate ot the late D. A. Tomp
All Trenton community is invited
to.tb? Methodist church next Sun
day morning at 11:15. Something
Miss Julia Nicholson will leave
Saturday for her school at Smuak,
Oolleton county, where she taught
Rev. P. B. Lanham is conduct
ing revival services iu the mill chap
el this week, a service .being held
At the meeting of the county
boatd last week Dr. A. R. Nichol
son was elected county physician
for the ensuing year.
Theholl-over grand jurors are:
Jack A. Lott, VV. L. llulston, H:
A. Smith, E. R. Clark, H. H. Her
loog and George . W. Bussey, Jr.
Mrs. P. A. Dowling of Beaumont,
Texas, has been spending the past
week with her sisters, Mrs. Manly
JJeLoach and Mrs. Abner Broad
"The American Girls" are com
ing. They will give the first enter
tainment of the lyceum ourse in
the opera house Tuesday night. Do
not fail to see them.
AU lovers of mirth and music
should see "The American Girls"!
in the opera house Tuesday night.
It will be the best musical enter
tainment that Edgefield has ever
The county board acted wisely
and well last week when it re-elected
john R. Scurry steward of the
County Home. He is the right man
for the place and should be kept
Quite a number of parents have
ordered The Advertiser sent to
their son or daughter at college.
"Would you not like to have ihe pa
per ?ent to yours, serving as a week
ly letter from home?
James Velix, the preprieter o?
the fruit store next door to the post
office, has opened a branch store on
tba corner next door to the Farmers
Bank. Our young friend, Arnold
Ch?atham, is in charge.
Mr. Ben Hughes made a hurried
visit to his brother,Mr. J. Chalmers
Hughes, Saturday. Mr. Hughes is
engineer on . the Eatesburg-Perry
branch ot* the Southern and is re
garbed a* a very capable mau.
Miss Maggie* Winn has accepted
the Sullivan school for another
term, this making her third year as
principal of the flourishing sohool.
The trustees and patrons are fortu
nata in securing ber for another
Dr. B. M. Eppes has come to
Edgefield to practice dentistry, hav
ing formed a copartnership with
Dr. A. H. Corley. He is a very ca
pable young man who made many
friends in Edgefield during bis stay
here in the past.
Give Mr. O. P. Bright your co
operation in his efforts to arrange a
county float for the State fair. He
only has about two more weeks in
which to make everything ready.
Toa may be able to supply just
what he needs most.
Attention is directed to the fol
lowing new advertisements this
w?ek: Mukashy Bargain House, the
Corner Store, Dorn & Mims, W.
E. prescott, J. H. Garrett, Stewart
& Kernagban, C. M. Williams, The
State and W. E. Ouxts.
The friends of Dr. W. E. Pres
cott delighted that 1*3 is strong
and Fell again. He made a business
trip to Edgefield last week and was
ia* t*wn again Monday of this week,
givfeff the same personal attention
to business that be did before his
heat*& tailed. '
Mr*. Talbert, the beloved wife of
Col. W. J. Talbert, died at her
home in Puksville Tuesday. A ful
ler i o tice will be given next week.
Death of Bright Boy.
Atter an illness nf only two or
three days, Atwood Crafton, the
son of Mrs. Jessie Crafton, died
Wednesday afternoon at the hom?
or his grandfather, Mr. Arthur
Wells. Ile was 12 years of age and
an unusually bright boy. the idol of
bis? mother .?nd grand paren is. Thc
funeral was held at Horn's Creek
church Thursday afternoon, behm
conducted by Rev. P. B. Lanham.
The Advertiser extends sympathy)
to the bereaved household.
The First Entertainment
Have you selected your seats for
the lyceum course? If not you had
better call at once at the store of
Collett & Mitchell and secure tick
ets for the course. The first enter
tainment of the course will be given
in the opera house next Tuesday'
night by "The American Girls."
The program will be miscellaneous
in character and the occasion will
be thoroughly enjoyed by all who
attend. Six very talented young la
dies will give the first.entertainment
of the course. Do not fail to attend.
Death of Mrs. W. P. Winn.
The earthly career of a good and
very gracious woman ended when
Mrs. W. P. V\ iun departed this life,
last Friday morning. ?She was ill
many months but bore it with
Christian patience and fortitude,
and during this tedious illness sbe j
received the constant attention of
devoted loved ones. Nothing was
left undone in their efforts to stay
the malady or to add to ber com
fort. The funeral was held Satur
day afternoon at Rehoboth church
of which Mrs. Winn was a lifelong
member. Rev. J. T. Littlejohn con
ducted the funeral.
Before her marriage to Mr. Winn,
nearly 40 years ago, she was Miss
cochran, a sister of the lamented
R. A. Cochran. She spent ber long
sojourn of 65 years in the Reho
both community. During her entire
married life she resided within four
miles of thd old borne in which she
was reared. The form of this gentle
woman will not again be seen in
the home, but ber ' influence, which
was always wholesome and help
ful, will live through all time in
the community which she loved so
well. Her mission upon earth hav
ing been completed, the Saviour
whom she served has called her up
higher tu await the coming of loved
ones for whom she lived, her chief
joy aud delight being found in mak"
mg the other members of the home
In addition to the devoted hus
band, Mrs. Winn leaves two daugh
ters, Mrs. George Talbert and Miss
Maggie Winn, and eight sons, W.
R. E., W. A., W. L., W. E., E.
P., R. M., T. C. and J. E. Winn.
To these bereaved friends the edi
tor of The Advertiser extends Bin
Bargains in typewriters at The
Advertiser office, Two brand new,
$100-Oliver typewriters, latest mod
el for $6u. Call and inspect them.
The Mistake is made by Many
Look for the cause of backache.
To be cured you must know the
If it's weak kidneys you must set
the kidneys working right.
An Edgefield resident tells you
Jno D. Smith, overseer at cotton
mill, Edgefield, says: "The kidney
secretions were too frequent in pas
sage and very scanty. They were
highl" colored and I had to get up
several times during the night to
pass them. I also bad headaches and
dizzy spells. Friends recommended <
Doan's kidney pills and as I had al
so seen them advertised, I decided
to try them. One box cured me of
all symptoms of kidney trouble."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's kidney pills-the same
that Mr. Smith bad. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Oats and Rye.
I desire to inform the Farmers of
Edgefield county that I can supply
them with Fulghum Oats and Ab
ruzzi Rye. You can get no better
seed for planting anywhere. I used
only the best seed and have handled
the oats and rye in the most careful
manner. Send me your orders at
once. My price is reasonable.
,W. E. PRESCOTT,
Mod oe, S. C., R. F. D.
D. A. R. Meeting.
The Edgefield chapter, D. A. R.
will hold uheir regalar monthly
meeting at the home of Miss Grace
Tompkins on Tuesday, October 19,
at 4 o'clock. As this month is the
2?th. anniversary of the national
society each member is requested to
bringa silver offering in money
which will te used in making a con
ti ibution to the D. A. R. mountain
school in South Carolina.
Mrs. N. G. Evans, Regent.
Mrs. j. W. Peak, Sec. -
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
Court Common Pleas.
In Re Sale of Savannah Timmer
man, Land S. N. Timmerman,
George Rearden, Jim Heard en,
Sophia W atson "Bus" Rearden,
Sophia Pardue and Lucinda Dorn
Pursuant to request of the legal
heirs of Mrs. Savannah Timmer
man, deceased, all of whom are
above twenty -one years bf age, and
wish and desire that the Master of
this county, do sell the tract of laud
as inherited from the said estate of
said Mrs. Savannah Timmerman,
same being described below and
sold for the purpose of division
among said heirs; I shall offer for
sale, along with my master's nales,
at public outcry, to the highest bid
ber, before the Court House, Town
of Edgefield, State of South Caro
lina on sales-day in November 1915,
same being the 1st day of said
month, between the legal hours of
sale, the following described realty,
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, situate, lying and being in
Blocker Township, county and
State aforesaid, containing One
Hundred Acres, more or less, and
bounded as follows: North by
lands Of Mouzon Dorn, east by
Sl^epv Creek, south by lands of F.
L.-Timmerman and west by estate
of S. W. McDowell, deceased, same
being known as the Savannah Tim
Terms of Sale Cash, and if pur
chaser does not comply with terms
of sale within one hour thereafter,
or make satisfactory- arrangements
with the said heirs of said estate,
said land will be resold on same
day, or on some convenient or sub
sequent day, or salesday thereafter,
at risk of former.purchaser.
Purchaser to pav for paper??.
J. H. C?NTELOU,
Master E. C.
Oct. 2, 1915.
State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
In Re L. G. Watson, committee of
the effects of H. C. Watson:
All persbiiE are hereby notified to
pay all claims due H. C. Watson
to the undersigned, and all persons
holding claims against him will
have same properly approved and
presented to me for settlement.
L. G. WATSON,
Com. for H. C. Watson.
Oct. 12- at.
To Farmers and Stock Raisers:
Owing to improved business con
ditions and high price cotton, farm
stock will be high for years to come.
Now is the time to invest in a good
brood mare with size and raise
some good stock for home use. All
stock dealers agree that horses and
mules will be high. A good brood
mare will be a very profitable ani
mal to keep. I will have on band
here next season my splendid com
bination Stallion and two of the
best bred Jacks. >
JAS. H. GARRETT.
. Clark's Hill, S. C., Oct 14.
Notice of Final Dis
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, J. H. Holder has bade
application unto this Court for
Final Discharge as Administrator
in re the Estate of Mrs. Sarah F.
Holder deceased, on this the 9th
day of October 1915.
These Are Therefore, to ot te any
and all kindred, creditors, or par
ties interested, to show cause be
fore me at my office at Edgefield
Court House, South Carolina, on
the 14th day of November 1915 at
ll o'clock a. m., why said order of
Discharge should not be granted.
W. T. KINNAIRD,
J. P., E. C., S. C.
. The time has come when you will have to buy ~
winter goods of all .kinds for every member of the ^
family. And as we feel satisfied that we can save |
you money, we invite you to call at our store and
make your entire bill.
Our stock is the largest and best we have ever
had. While our buyer was in the northern markets
last summer he selected iii person dependable goods
ior every department. And what is best, he bought
them at very close prices, and we have, likewise
marked them very low.
All we ask is for you to come in and see for your
self. Our dry goods shelves have the best assort
ment that we have ever shown. Our Notions have
never been surpassed. Our Underwear and Ready
to-Wear for Ladies and Children cannot be excelled.
Our stock of Clothing for Men and Boys is the larg
est we have ever shown.
We call especial attention to our Shoes. We have
the best stock of shoes that we have ever offered.
Can suit yo? in Dress Shoes or Heavy Shoes-all
?f from the most reliable manufacturers in the country.
Come in to see us. We will treat you right. We
guarantee everything we sell.
Mukashy . Bargain . House
Next DOOF to Dunovant & Co.
School Books and Supplies.
We have a full stock of ?chool
books and school supplies of all
kinds, and will take pleasure in
serving you. All school books sold
for cash only.
Penn & Holstein.
To Prevent iBiood Poisoning
?pply at once thc wonderful old reliable Dk.
.PORTER'S ANTISE?TIC HEALING OIL. a sur
gical dressing that relieves pain and Ideals al
.-he came time. Not ? Ihiiincst. 25c. f*.
Long-Term Loans to Farmers a Specialty.
Your farm land accepted as security WITHOUT ENDORSER or
other COLLATERAL. Unlimited funds immediately available in de
uominations of Three Hundred and up. Established 1892.
JAS. FRANK & SON, Augusta, Ga.
DODGE MOTOR CARS
You will find this car fully equipped, whether touring car or roadster, with Self
Starter. Electric Lights, Upholstered in Genuine Leather, Mohair Top Nicely
Lined-in fact everything pertaining to a high-class car. Good enough to go in any
company. It defies competion in pulling sand beds and Edgefield county hills.
Will be glad to demonstrate this car to prospective buyers. We will have one or
more on hand at all times at WILSON & CANTELOU'S STABLES.
Price F. 0. B. Detroit $785.00
One of the most prominent men in South Carolina, who owns a Dodge, says if
he had $5,000.00 to spend for an automobile, he would count it wasted to spend
more than the price of a Dodge.
JAS. R. & BETTIS CANTELOU
EDGEFIELD, SOUTH CAROLINA