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Edgefield advertiser. (Edgefield, S.C.) 1836-current, November 10, 1915, Image 6

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Chrysanthemum Show.
The ladies of the Civic Associa
.tioD have displayed great ?rnhnsi
asm in making the town of Edge
field beautiful, an^,: the people a
large have showed a' splendid spiri
of co-operation. On Friday th
Goldberg store was the scene of a
splendid collection of Chrysanthe
mums, dahlias and other flowers
including designs made of flowers.
The flowers were beautiful and n\
to the expectation of the visitors
The association sold dinners,
lunches, fancy articles and candy of
great variety, making clear of all
expenses ?101,50.
The day was beautiful, and th
show and dinners were most enthu
siastically patronized.
Class L The best exhibit of
chrysanthemums, 8 cut blooms, each
a different variety. First prize won
by Mrs. A. S. Tompkins, 5U pound
ffack of flour given by W. W.
Adatps & Co. Second prize won by
Mrs. VV. B. Cogbnrn, 1 dish pan
given by Stewart & Kernaghan.
Class 2. The best exhibit of four
varieties of white. First prize, Mrs.
A S Tompkins, 25 pound sack of
sugar given by W E Lynch & Co.
Second prize won by Mrs. VV B
Cogbnrn 1 dresser scarf given by
SmitlrMarsh Co.
Class 3. The best collection of
pink. First prize won by Mrs. A S
Tompkins, 1 clock given by Ramsey
& Jones. Second prize won by Mrs.-.
VV B Cogburn, 1 flower jar given
by Jones & Son.
Class 4. The best collection of
yellow. First prize won by Mrs. A
S Tompkins, 1 can of Wesson oil
given by H H Sanders, Second best,
Mrs. W B Cogburn.v
*The best collection of red. First
prize, won by Mrs. A S Tompkins,
1 pound tea'zi,ven by Penn & Hol
stein. Second best Mrs. W B Cog
burn!
Class '6. Finest single white. First
prize woo by Mrs. A S Tompkins,
3 towels given .by J R'ibenstein.
second best Mrs. J VV Peak.
Class 7. Finest single pink. First
prize won by Mrs. A S Tompkius,
3 towels give?f by J Rubenstein.
Class 8. Finest single yellow.
First prize Mrs. A S Tompkins, 3
handkerchiefs given by Dorn fy i
Mims. Second best Mrs. J W Peak,;
1 flower jar. .
Class 9. Finest single red. Mrs.
A S Tompkins, 3 towels given by
J Rubenstein.
Class 10. Finest single Japanese.
Mrs. J O Cogburn,2 pair ladies, hose
given by Rives Bros. Second best
Mrs. A S Tompkins.
Class ll. Finest two on one
stem. First prize Mrs. A S Tomp
kins, ? towels {riven by J Ruben
stein. Second best Mrs. J VV Peak.
. Class 12. Finest collection of
dahlias. First prize Mrs. M A Tay
lor, leather hand bag given by VV H
Turner. '
Class 13. Finest collection of
roses. First prize'Mrs. J G Holland,
1 bottle toilet water given by Coi*
lett & Miichell.
Class Ti. Prettiest design made
of chrysanthemums. First prize
Mrs* Walter Adams, 4 pounds of
coffee given by L T May. '
Class 15. Finest Boston fern.
Fiist prize Mrs. A E Padgett, 1
shirt given by Reynolds & Padgett.
Class 16. Finest Ostrich plume.
First prize Mrs. A E Padgett*; 3
towels given by J Rubenstein.
Class 17. Finest asparagus plume
or fern. First prize Mrs. J-.G Hoi
land, 1 broom given by the Mercan
tile store.
Class 18. Finest maiden hair fern.
First prize Mrs. f> Tim mous; 2
pairs ladies hose given by RiveK
Bros.
Colored Fair at Bettis Academy.
The colored people of Edgetield
county will hold their annual agri
cultural fair at Denis academy No
vember 1*5, 16, 17,18 and 19. Those
in charge of the enterprise are aux
ious to have all of the colored peo
ple of the county make exhibits of
farm products and the manayer>
very earnestly desires that as ma?\
colored people attendras possible..
Agricultural fairs are always help
ful, but the real benefit depends up
on the-uurnber of exhibits and thv
number of people who attend. Tin
managers, colored men who arc ren
dering an unselfish service to their
race, have offered attractive prizes
for those who excel in farra exhibits
The dates of the fair are November
15, 16, 17, 18 an i 19.
EDGE FIELD PEOPLE PRAISE SIMPLE
MIXTURE.
Many praise the simple mixture of
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.,
known as Adler-i-ka. This remedy
is the most THOROUGH bowe*!
cleanser ever sold being even used
succe8sfullv in appendicitis. ONE
SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY
CASE of constipation, sour or gas
sy stomach. ONE MINUTE aftei
yon take it the gasses rumble ano
pass out. Adiler-i-ka cannot grip?
and the INSTANT action is sur
prising. Penn & Holstein drug
gists.-6
.
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Teachers' Meeting.
The Edgefield county teacbe
association will meet in the cou
house ll a. m. Saturday Nov. 2
PROGRAM.
The relation of trustees to tl
public school, Superintendent VV
VV. Fuller, D. R. Day, A. S. Tomi
kins.
The teaching ?f Englifh in th
public school, Prof. JV. F. Scott
The teaching |of history in tl
public school, Miss Elizabeth Rain
ford.
The teaching of Latin in the pul
lie school, Prof. Harris Copenhi
ver.
The teaching of arithmetic i
public schools, Prof. J. H. Ander
son.
The teaching bf hierher math?
matics in public schools, Prof. G
F. Long. ?
One teacher school. Miss Sar
Stevens. {
Athletics in the public schools
Prof. H. W. Scott.
The relation of teachers to th
community, Miss Ruth Shell.
The public is cordially invite?
and trustees urged to be present
This is our first meeting of the sen
sion 1915-16. Let "all the teacher
of the county come. The success o
our association depends largely up
on this first meeting.
' ' T. J. Lyon, .
Pres. Co. Teachers Asso,
Valuable Land For Sale..
I will offer for sale at the plac?
on Saturday, the 4th otDecemb^r,
1915, at ll o'clock a. m., niy-Bacor
farm, situa:e in Edgefield county,
between Johnston and Trenton, con'
taining four hundred atul ninety-ont
acres, more or less. It contains aboui
three hundred acres in cultivation,
and about one hundred aud ninety
acres in woods and pasture. .Has
two dwelling houses, one contain
ing twelve and the other'six rooms.
Also good tenaty house and barns
and stables, lt is the place occupied
by Mrs. Thomas G. Bacon in ber
lifetime. The property will be sold
subject to lease contracts to tenants
ou p]a-(* for ?>ext year. Good tenants.
Tejins of sale: One half cash,
balance in one year secured by bond
and mortgage of 'he purchaser, se
cured portion 7% interest; or all
cash at the option of the purchaser.
The successful bidder must deposit
forthwith after the sale ?500 in
casu or certified check or his bid
will be forfeited..
For further particulars apply to
C. D. Kenney or H. Spann Toney,
Jwhnston.
Hannon C. Moseley,
70 Hanover Street,
Charleston, S. C.
Master s Sale.
State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield,
Court Common Pleas.
Hattie Hading, et. al.,-Plaintiffs
-against-VV. H. Harling- De
fendant.
Pursuant to the decree in this
cause, I shall offer for sale at pub
lic out-cry to the highest bidder,
before the Court House, Town of
Edgefield, county and State afore
said, on salesday in December 1915,
same being ihe 6th day of said
month/between the legal hours of
sale the following described realty
consisting of two adjoining lots, to
wit:
Lot No. 1 : A certain lot, piece or
parcel of lani 4ux46 feet on Cot
tage St., 40 feet front on Cot
tage street and 46 feet back, bounded
Noith by old Ferguson Ferry road;
East by Cottage St., South by lands
of VV. J. Weils and West by land>
of W. J. VYieils.
Lot No. 3: Also a certain lot of
land containing one-half cf an acre,
more or less, with buildings there
on, beginning at corner of W. J.
and L. E. White lot and Collier St.,
and down Collier St., to Cottage
St., and bounded North by lands ol
Anuie L. Collier, East by VV. J
and L. E. White; South by Colliei
and West by Cottage St. baid
two lots or parcels of land beini:
situate in the town of Plum Branch,
county of Edgefield, State of South
Carolina.
Terms of Sale: Cash. If purchaser
at said sale shall fail to comply
with the terms thereof within ont
hour from the time of ' said sale,
said premises, upon direction ol
plaintiff's attorney, will be re-sold
on said day at the risk of the for
mer purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. H. CANTELO C,
Master E. C.
Nov. 8 1915.
FOR SALE-Pure Bronze Tur
keys, six miles below Trenton. For
further information apply to Mrs.
E. M. Padgett, Trenton, S. C.
FOR SALE-Several thousand
very fine cabbage plants at my gar
den. R. G. Shannonhouse.
FOR SALE-About 180 acres
idjoining the town limits, well wa
tered, 2 good tenant houses, ba?ns,
.tc. For terms and price see VV.
il. Turner.
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\ Master's Sale.
State of South Carolina, ;
County of Ed gefiel d, ;<
(?on rt Co m m cn Pleas. .
John D. Eidson, Plaintiff-against
Mrs. Hattie W. Mobley, in her own
Right, and as Administratrix of the
. Estate of James F. Mobley, deceased.
and Louis T. Wilds-Defendants.
Report of Master.
Pursuant to the decree in this cause,
I shall offer for sale nt public out-cry,
to the highest bidder, before the iCpur?
House. Town of Edgefield and State
of South Carolina, on Sales-day in De
cember 1915, the same being the 6th
day of said month, between the legal
hours of sale, the following described
realty, to wit:
Tract No. 1. All that tract of land,
situate in the County and State afore
s id containing sixty (60) acres more or
less, bounded on North by land of Mrs.
Ella'Bland; on the Eeastby lands now,
or formerly belonging to John Schum
pert; on the South by land, now or
formerly, belonging to Mrs. F. E.
Wright, and on the West by land now,
or formerly belonging to W. G. Kerna
ghan.
'Tract No. 2. Also all that tract of
Land in said county and State contain
ing Fifty-eight and one-fourth (58-14)'
acres, more or less, bounded by lands'
on the North now, or formally, belong-'
ing to J. L. and D. R. Strother; on the
East by the Edgefield public road; on
the South by landis of Miss Betty arid
Jennie Warren, and on the West by
land now, or formerly, belonging to J.'
W. Crim.
Terms of Sale: One -half cash, bal
ance on a credit of on<? year, with in
terest from date, or for all cash, at
purohaser's option; the credit por
tion, if any, to be secured by the bond
of the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises, said bond and mortgage to.
provide for ten per cen : Attorney's fees
in case same be placed in the hands of
Attornnys for collection.
If purchaser at said sale shall fail to
comply with the terms thereof, within
one hour from the time of said sale,
sairt-premises, upon direction of Plain
tiff's Attorneys will be resold on said
day. at the risk of the former pur
chaser. Purchaser to be let into pos
session of said premises on production
or Master'# deed thereto. Rights to
all growing cropa for the year 1915
hereby reserved.
Purchaser to pav for papers.
J." H. CANTELOU,
Master E. C. r
Nov. S, 1915.
Master's Sale.
State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield,
Court Common Plea6.
Kate" P. Miller and W. W. Miller,
Plaintiffs-against-J. H. Stalnaker
et. all.-Defendants.
Pursuant to the decree in this caus?,"
I shall offer for sale at public outcry,
to the highest bidder, before the Court
House, Town of Edgefield and State df
South Carolina, on sales-day in De
cember 1915, the same being the 6th
day of said month, between the legal
hours of sale, the following described
really, to wit:
All and singular that certain piece,
parcel or tract of land situate, lying,
and being in the County of Edgefield'
and in the State of South Carolina, con
taining Sixty-four and 5;7 (645-7) acres,b
more or less, and bounded on the North"1
by lands of Alfred Hood, formerly Lv:
H. Prescott; on the East by lands of
Sherod Holmes, formerly Dr. W. E..
Prescott; on the South by lands of J.
H. Stalnaker formerly Ellen Prescott; j
and on the West by lands of T. J. Calli
ham.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ance on a credit of one year, with inter
est from date of sale, or for all cash,
at purchaser's option; the credit por
tion, if any, to be secured by the bond
of the purchaser and a mortgage of
the premises, said bond and Mortgage
to "provide for ten per cent Attorney's j
fees in case same shall be placed in the
hands of Attorneys for collection.
If purchaser at said sale shall fail to
comply with the terms thereof, within
one hour from the time of said sale,
said premises, upon direction of Plain
tiff's Attorneys will be resold on said
day, at the risk of the former pur- .
chaser. Purchaser to be let into pos
session of said premises on production
of Master's deed thereto. .
Purchaser to pav for papers.
J. H. CANTELOU,
Master E. C.
Nov. 8, 1915. y
Master's Sale.
State of ?South Carolina,
County of Edirefipld,
Court Common Pleas.
The Bank of McCormick, Flaintiff
Against- M. L. Carroll, et. al.,
Defendants.
Pursuant to the decree in this cause
T shall offer for sale at public outcry to ;
the highest bidder before the Court !
House, Town of Edgefield and State of1
South Carolina, on aalesday in Decem
oer 1915, tlje same being the 6th day of j
said month, between the legal hours of !
sale, the following described realty, td
.vit:
All that certain tract, parcel or plan
tation of land known as "Swift Creek
Tract," said originally, to contain
Seven Hundred (700) acres, now con
taining Six Hundred and Fifty (650) ;
icr^s, more or less adjoining lands now,
jr formerly, belonging to Mrs. Mary
Calhoun; Chesley Wells;Martha Black
veil and others, situate in Edgefield
bounty, State of South Carolina, on
.vaters of Savannah River, bein? the
<ame tract conveyed to the said M. L.
JarroltandR. L. Tucker, by Martha,
Blackwell by Deed dated April 5th
.879, and Recorded in the Office of
Clerk of Court for Edgefield County in
Book No. 4, Page 572.
Terms of Sale Cash: If purchaser at
-.aid sale shall fail to comply with the
terms thereof within one hour from the.
ame of said sale, said premises, upor.
lirection of Plaintiff's Attorneys, ^iii
ie re-sold on said day at the risk of
he former purchaser.
Purchaser to be let into possession of
aid premises* or production of Mas
er's deed thereto.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. H. CANTELOU, )
Master E. C.
Nov. 8, 1915.
les'
red Coat Suits
We have had remarkable success in this depart-1|
1 ment this season, and have just received a new ^
lg shipment which we are now showing. CM'and
?S? see this line, " . ' .
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MILLINERY
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. Our line of Millinery is complete and in charge M
of a competent milliner, who will jilease you. We
are constantly: receiving, new things to add to ||
this stock. Throughout our other departments
will find such articles that you may need
Yours truly,
ives Brothers
THE NEXT BEST THING IO TH|J
PINE FORREST FOR COLDS IS
Dr. Bell's Pi ne* Tar-H on ey which
goes to the very root of cola
troubles. It clears the throat and
gives relief from that clogged and
stuff-d feeling. The pines have
ever beeu the friend of man in driv
ing away colds. Moreover,-the
pine-honey qualities are peculiarly
effective in fighting children's colds.
Remember that a cold broken at
the start greatly removes the.possi
bility of complications. 25c.-1
B. F. JONES
Graduate Veterinarian
ESGEF1ELD, S. C.
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