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Edgefield advertiser. (Edgefield, S.C.) 1836-current, November 10, 1915, Image 7

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CLEAN MINDS; CLEAN CITIES
People Must Be Educated to the
Necessity of Proper Appearance
of Municipality.
Tm as good as you are," said the
dirty man to the well-dressed gentle
man in the street car who had drawn
away from; him, a bit
Ton may be right," answered the
clean one, "but you certainly don't
smell as good." % .
"Lord!" exclaimed a visitor to one
of the most populous sections of Bos
ton. "What smells there are here."
"Yes," agreed the social worker of
the party, "we've got to clean out a
lot of minds.before we'll get rid of
.this dirt"
i "You haye to clean minds!"
"Surely. Dirty minds make dirty
people, and dirty people make a dirty
town. The idea of cleanliness must
be put in the minds of those whose
present standards of cleanliness are
elemental.
'The woman who will tolerate cob
webs in the corner of her ceiling has
'cobwebs in the corners "of her mind.
Disorder in a home is evidence of the
presence of minds that are disorderly.
Onr surroundings always reflect what
we are within. To make these streets
'dean we must create in the people
who live here a desire for clean
streets."
"Do you mean to say that the peo
ple here are content with all this dirt
around them?" the visitor asked with
surprise.
"The majority of them are. What
the majority really and truly wants,
the majority can have." The speaker
.was silent for a few moments. When
they reached the next corner, be said,
'Tf there was on this street one man
Or woman who wanted more than any
thing else to have this street cleaned
, and made sweet-smelling, the work
would be done."
"The old story of Sodom and Gomor?
rah, eh!" observed the cynic.-'-Ford
Hall Folks. _ _'---."?....
ADDS TO CITY'S APPEARANCE
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Form of Street Larrip That !. Coming
into General Use Throughout
1 the Country,
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Besides forming a ?very attractive
?support for a street lamp, this re-en
forced concrete post
also offers a con
venient place for
displaying street
signs. At the top
of the pole is a 12
1 n c h frosted-glass
globe in which there
is a hiigll-candlepow
er electric lamp.
Surrounding the
globe is a square
framework in which
four, strips of blue
glass, carrying the
street names in
white letters, are
held. During either
the day or night,
the name of the
street and its inter
secting thorough
fare are thus plainly
visible wben the
pole Is placed at a
corner.-Popular Mechanics.
?li?. Making the Rock Garden.
The rock garden, to bs successful,
must be along the lines approved by
nature. It must not, in any point, !
resemble a piece of masonry or other
iormal construction, says a writer in
the Minneapolis Journal. The most
satisfactory Iodation for it is at the
foot of a gentle slope, where it can
climb the declivity and the rocks be
given the appearance of jutting out
irom the hillside. But very excellent
results may ?e achieved on flat sur
faces if it is remembered to let the
rocks appear to crop out on the sur
face rather than appear to be placed
there for a purpose. The rock garden
should have its highest point or be
ginning at some natural or artificial
"boundary-a wall, or better still, a
clump of trees and shrubbery which
w<!l serve to, mask its origin. From
this vantage pointj it may extend in
a natural way to the limits marked
*?ut for lt; here an isolated bowlder,
here a group of less pretentious stones
and again a group of large stones
ma; find room in their pockets for a
small tree. The extent may be two'
or three rods in width at one end and
gradually narrow until at the other it
becomes an occasional rock* on the
lawn.
I " Many Factors Affect Cost.
Certain preliminary estimates given
th connection with this eeries of house
plans are necessarily subject to
change. For instance, digging a cellar
tn rocky, hilly ground would cost more
than the same job might cost else
where. Materials vary in cost as in*
dividual tastes differ Most of the
houses shown In this series have
been built about Boston. The esti
mates given, therefore, are of actual
costs. Do not* neglect, however, to
allow for the inevitable "extras" that
crop up In the course of an} building
operation.
A WONDERFUL ANTISEPTIC
Germs and infection aggravate
ailments and retard healing. Stop
that infection at once. Kill, the
gi-rms ard get rid of the poisons.
For this purpose a single applica
tion of Sloan's Liniment not only
kills the puin but destroys the
germs. This neutralizes infection
and gives nature assistance by over
coming'* congestion and gives a
chance for the free and normal flow
of the blood. Sloa.n's Liniment is
an emergency doctor and should be
kept constantly on band. 25c, 50c.
The ?1.00 size contains six times as
much as the 25c.-1
Notice of Election.
State of South Caroiiipa,
'County of Edgefield.
Whereas, a petition has been
fited with r.8, and all legal require
ments having been met, it is order
ed that the regularly appointed
Board of Trustees of Collier School
District No. 5, do hold an election
at Collier school-house on Saturday,
Nov. 13, 1915, to vote upon the
question of levying and collecting
an additional tax of one (l) mill on
the dollar of all taxable property
in said-district, proceeds of such ad
ditional levy to be used for school
purposes in Collier School District
No. 5.
At this election only such resi
dent electors as return real or per
sonal property for taxation, and
who exhibit their tax receipts and
registration certificates as iequired
in general elections shall be allow
ed to vote.
Those favoring the additional
levy shall cast a ballot with the
word ''Yes" written or printed there
on, and those opposing such addi:
tional levy shall cast a ballot with
the word "No" written or printed
thereon. Within ten days after the
election, if a majority of those vo
ting shall favor the additional levy,
the managers will submit to County
Auditor t"ae result of the electiou.
The polls shall open at ^o'clock a.
m., and close at 4 o'clock p. m.,
and in respects comply with Sec.
1208, Code of Laws of South Caro
lina.
W. W. FULLER,
E. H. FOLK,
Co. Board of Education,
. x Edgefield County, S. 0.
Oct. 27, 1915.
Notice of Election For
Warden in Wara Three.
Notice is hereby given that on
the 16th day of November, A. D.,j
1915, an Election will be held at j
the Court House, in the Town of
Edgefield, County of Edgefield,
State of South Carolina, for a War
den in Ward three in said Town to I
fill the unexpired term caused by
the resignation of Warden, L. L.
Clippard, who has moved from our]
Town. The following Managers]
are appointed to conduct said Elec
tion: W.H. Bee, J. H. Paul and
S. W. Nicholson. The Polls shall
open at 8 o'clock in the forenoon
and close at four o'clock in ?he af
ternoon.
By order of the Town Council of I
the Town of Edgefield, S. (J., this |
29th day of October A. D., 1915.
A. H. CORLE Y,
Mayor.
R. C. PADGETT,
Cl'k. & Treas. Town Council.
Nov. 2,1915.
?'OK SALE.
The Estate of D. A. Tompkins
deceased offers for sale in the Town
of Edgefield, that Store on the
Corner now occupied by Collett &
Mitchell, that Store now occupied
by Dorn & Minis, that Store back
of the Bank of Edgefield and occu
pied by Lamb as Meat Market, that]
vacant lot on South' side of Alaine]
Street, opposite the Post Ofiice
lying between the Collett & Mitch
ell Stoie and the lot now occupied
by Mr. Lovick Smith. For terms
A. S. TOMPKINS,'""""
GRACE H. TOMPKINS,
4 Exeoutors.
i.Nov. 3, 1915.
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GEO. F. MIMS
OPTOMETRIST
Eyes examined and glasses fitted
only when necessary. Optical
work of all kinds. ?
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
IDR J.S. BYRD,
Dental Surgeon*
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICBf
Residence 'Phone 17-R. Office 3.
A WARM BATH IN A
WARM BATHROOM
WHY bathe in discomfort and
run the risk of catching cold
. when a PERFECTION SMOKELESS
OIL HEATER in five minutes time
will make the bathroom warm as
toast?
Take it wherever it is needed -
touch a match - and its genial
warmth soon changes chills to
comfort It helps you dress, it helps
you work, it makes food taste better.
Convenient, clean, no smoke or smell.
Ten hours of solid comfort on a gallon of
kerosene.
Use Aladdin Security Oil or Diamond
White Oil to obtain best results in Oil
Stoves, Lamps and heaters.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(New Jersey)
BALTIMORE ?
Washington, D. G. Charlotte, N. C.
Norfolk. Vi. Charleston, W. Va.
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C.
,Look for the
Triangle Trade
mark.
^.In many styles
and sizes at all
hardware and
general stores.
Highest award Panama*
Pacific Exposition '
Has announced a puzzle picture contest-a GAME
KNOWLEDGE. It is based on South Carolina
History for South Carolinians. It will be interest-'
ing, instructive and may be v^ry profitable. Five
hundred and eighty-five dollars will be given to the
38 subscribers to THE STATE who remit now and
send in their answers later.
Bead The State for Particulars or Write Direct to
the Contest Manager.
THE STATE. COMPANY,
* COLUMBIA, 8. a
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Enlarging Our Stoek
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friends }
Wejare constantly adding to our new stocky of mer
J chandise, and extend an invitation to our
i in all parts of the connty to come and give us a J
J trial. Our goods were bought very close, and we are J
J making pri?es within reacfi of every purse. J
I When you need Dry Goods,rShoes and furnishings $
$ of all kinds come to us before supplying yourjieeds. |
? We can save you money. ?flT
Everything new and bought from the leading manu
facturers and jobbers in the country.
f[ An invitation is extended to you.
J.IW. PEAK
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The
tar Pianos
I wish to call attention to the
Star line of pianos for which I am
the representative. They consist of
the Star, the Tray ser, the Rich
mond and the Remington Pianos.
The Star Piano Compctny manufac-'
tures all ?f the parts which go into
each piano. There are twenty-two
buildings required for the factory's
equipment. Tiiese pianos are used
in over four hundred schools and
colleges in the United States. The
workmanship is the highest, and all
instruments are fully guaranteed/
Sold on terms of easy payment l?y
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John A. Holland
Greenwood - - - South Carolina
J. C. LEE, President F. E. Gibson, Sec. and Treas.
FARMERS, MERCHANTS, BUILDERS,
If you are going to build, remodel or, repair, *
we invite your inquiries.
COMPLETE HOUSE -BILLS A SPECIALTY.
We manufacture and deal in doors, sash, blinds
stairs, interior trim, store fronts and fixtures,
pews, pulpits, etc., rough and dressed lumber,
lath, pine and cypress shingles, flooring, ceiling
and siding.
Distributing agents for Flintkote roofing
Estimates cheerfully and carefully mane;
Woodard Lumber Co -
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Corner Roberts and Dugas Streets.'
Our Motto: SSS
SSBEBBBI
For Sale by
STEWART & KERNAGHAN
EDGEF1ELD, S. C. .
ARRINGTON BROS. & CO.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in
Corn, Oats, Hay and all
Kinds of Seeds
Corner Cumming and Fenwick Streets
' %0n Georgia R. R. Tracks
Augusta, Ga.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
DW See our representative, C. E. May.

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