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EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915
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EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915
Mou!'tie leased ti e d?fendent com
pany a saw mill and engine and the
??nit was brought to recover the
amount due him under this lease.
The jury gave him a verdict of
$150. The plaintiff was represented
by 13 E Nicholson, Esq. and the .d?
fendent by Sheppard Bros.
The court is engaged to-day with
the suit of Mr. J. R Faulkner
against the county of Edgefield for
*(3,0u0. Mr. Faulkner was injured
last November when the wagon up
on which be was riding fell thro?gh
the bridge across Turkey creek on
the Blocker road He is represented
by J. Wm. Thurmond,E-q., and the
county by B E Nicholson, Esq., the
This is the last case on the civil
calendar aud court will adjourn
sine die when a verdict is reached
in this case.
Card of Thanks.
In this sad hour of sorrow we de
sire to thank our neighbors and
friends for their kindness to ue- dur
ing the death of our beloved' At
wood. We certainly appreciate it
and hope some day we will be ? We
to return their thoughtfulness.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wells,
Mrs. Jessie Craftou and chil
are genuine values. Look at these
"Monroe Roadster" at $460.00.
Touring Car, "Chevrolet Four
Ninety" at $490.00. Chevrolet
"Baby Graud" (touiing) at $750.00.
A product of experience Fully
When in Greenwood make our j
garage headquarters. The giad
hand awaits you. We need a rep
resentative at Edgefield. We can
sell your Ford if you have one
THE AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE,
School Books and Supplies.
We have a full stock of school
books aud school supplies of all
kinds, and will take pleasure in
serving you. All school books'sold
for cash only.
Penn & Holstein.
There is no better farm wagon
made tuan the Mitchell. Try-'pne
aud you will be convinced that they
are unequaled. We guarantee the
skeins again-it breaking, it matters
not how heavy a load \ ou put on
them. Come in and make a thorough
examination of the Mitchell wagon.
The more you know of it the bet
ter you will like it.
Edgefield Mercantile Co,
We carry a co.nplete line of sta
tionery, Ledyers, Typewriter paper,
Type-writer Ribbous, Fountaiu Pens,
Letter Fiies, etc. Everything for
W. E. Lvnch & Co.
For Sale Or Rent-My nine room
house in north Edgefield, eight acres
of iand, pasture, good well and
spring, s ervant house and store
house on the premires. Terms easy,
apply to W. C. Jackson.
My place near Rehoboth, Edge
field Co., S. C , a good place, one
oundred acres under mower wire.
Seven acres Bermuda. Apply to
T. B. Gilchrist, Augusta, Ga., R.
F. D. 2.
Oct. 26, 1915.
Greet the cold weither with a
snappy Wool Suit or warm Over
coat. Prepare for jack frost's ar
rival now aud give us your order
before it's too late. We are mak
ing some classy Winter Overcoats
with Couvertable Collars. Also
other styles. See our 'ine of Hart
Schaffner & Marx Ready-Made
Suits. They are handsome-$15.00
F. G. MERTIN'S,
We have the agency for Ford auto
mobiles for the western part of Edge
field county. There is no better car on
the market for the money. The Ford
owners who have thoroughly tested
these cars will tell you that If you
want a car, drop us a card and we will
call on you and demonstrate the Ford
W. F. RUSH & CO.
PLUM BRANCH, S. C.
Ccod Congregations at Antioch
and ked hi,!, New School
Dear Ad verlier:
. There wa* a ?rood congregation
yesMMija.v in- ming at Antioch. Mrs
Robbie Lyon is planning to have
the apportionment of ladies mis
sionary society by Christmas. Also
plans are being thought of having
some work done at the cemetery
and church grounds and mayb- on
ihe house before next year is out
Tbe Aotioch school district voted on
another mill tax last Saturday, not
a vote being cast against the extra
tax. That is good.
Sunday afternoon there was a
good congregation at Red Hill.
After the Sunday school the Sun
beams had a short exercise, which
was. greatly enjoyed by alf. The
pastor made a -hort talk, afterwards
a collection wa.s taken. So be it
known to all the Sunbeams bands
in the Edgefield association that
Red Hill band has met its apportion
ment for another ye:ir. Aiso the
ladies of Womans Missionary So
ciety have eent ten dollars to Mr.
Posey for a table to be used in bis
The people of Red Hill are. justly
proud of their new school building
that is nearing completion. The
building would do credit to a large
town, being up to date in every
respect. The trustees will have
the house painted inside and out
before it is ready for use. We have
three teachers, Prof. Trulook of
Sumter couotv is the principal. He
is a graduate ol'Furman University.
Miss Alpha Hammond is the first as
THE OLD RELIABLE
No AL UM^-NO PH O S PH A TE
sistent, Miss Irene Lancaster is the
second assistant. They are now
hard at work and both patrons and
pupils are delighted. Prof Truluck
paid our former teacher quite a
compliment in the way they had
the school graded. So we make
our politest how to Mises Lila Lan
ham and Mary Townes fur the
splendid work they did last year.
The raina have kept our people
from sowing oats, the plows will be
started as soon as the grounds gets
Miss Sallie Smith left for her school
last Friday. She is teaching in Sa-'v
luda county. *:
. Rose Cottage. *
Cold Spring, S. C.
Do you not need a new faraj
wagon? Try a Mitchell. These re- -,
liable wagons have stood the test
.? Edgefield roads for a number of '
vears. We guarantee the tires not"
to need shrinking until they have
worn thin. Mitchell wagons in all,
sizes always on hand.
* Edgefield Mercantile Co.
HAVE YOU SEEN
OUR FALL STOCK?
We are convinced that we are showing the cleanest, the brightest, the cheapest
stock of dependable fall goods in every department that we have shown in years. If
you will viisit our store you will be convinced yourself that nothing like our merchandise
offerings was*ever shown in Edgefield before. The large patronage that we are receiv
ing shows conclusively that the people who have spent their money with us are'
. We want the ladies from all parts of Edgefield county to come to our store to
make their fall purchases. We have bought only such stylish goods as will please
them. Our beautiful tailored suits for ladies are admired by everybody. In fact our
sales have already been so heavy that we have re-ordered three times. Think of
sit-three times and the season has only fairly opened. Beautiful assortment of cloaks
for ladies, Misses and children. Nothing like them ever shown before in Edg^elct.
The ladies are also delighted with our new milliner who is in charge this season.
Several times each week we receive the newest shapes and trimmings by express, and
she can make a hat especially for you. Come into see her.
For the Men and Boys
Our men's and boys' department is brimming full of the newest and best of every
thing. See our large assortment of stylish suits. Every one guaranteed. Our hats
and shoes are I he pride of our store. Also large stock cf underwear. Just what you
need for the winter.
We want your business, and will sell you dependable goods at such low prices as
will cause you to give it to us if you will only call and give us a chance.
. RUBENSTEIN .
Advertiser Building Edgefield, S. C.
NEW GRIST MILL
I desire to notify the public that I
! have just installed a new grist mill at J
I my store in North Edgefield, and will
grind corn every day in the week, ex
cept Sunday. I can also fill orders for
fresh home-ground meal. Will deliver
anywhere in town for $1.00 per bushel.
Bring me your corn, and if you haven't
any corn send me your orders-for fresh
M. W. HOLSTON. !
BEST BY TEST
Slusky s Roofing Materials
Metal Shingles, Galvanized Corrugated Iron, Painted
Iron Siding, Rubber Rooting, Mantels, Tiles, Grates,
Paints, etc. Lowest prices. Prompt deliveries.
Let us quote you before you buy.
Augusta, Ga., 1009 Broad St. Agent for the Great Majestic Range, '