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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, Dec. 1.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Mrs. Annie Lawton is here visit
ing her son, Mr. J. Maner Lawton.
Bear in mind the Presbyterian
bazaar to be given December 16.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Leak of
Rockingham, N. C., are visiting
Mrs. Gladvs Calhou"a
Mrs. J. M. Shaffer and Miss Ro
salind Oi'z's were visitors in Edge-,
Miss Gloria Haltiwanger of Green
wood is a ernest in the home of Mrs.
? Milton Parker.
Mr. James E. Hart came in off
the road to ?pend Thanksgiving
season with l.i< family.
Mrs. J. G. Edwards ,has charge
of the sale of Red Cross stamps in
Edgefieid. Fuller notice next week.
Capt. L. Y. Moore and Dr. A.
H. Corley attended the convention
of Shriners in Charleston last week.
Mrs. James W. Thompson of
Southport, N. C., is here visiting
her mtther, Mrs. Kate D. Butler.
Mr. Charles R. Dobson came in
off the road and spent the Thanks
giving season with his mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller of
Augusta spent Sunday in Edenfield
with Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard, Mrs.
Mrs. J. B. Kennedy left Monday
to spend a fortnight with her sister,
Mrs. Raymond Rogers, of Bien
Mrs. Gertrude B. Satterwhite and
little son four years of age of Per
ry, Iowa, ?are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Miras.
Miss Marjorie Croxton spent tha
Thanksgiving season here with her
cousin, Miss Mamie Sill. Miss Crox
ton is teaching at DeKalb. S. C.
Miss Mattie Griffin of Pickens
was the Thanksgiving guest of Miss
Hiott. Miss G ri fri u is teach iug in
the graded school at Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Jackson of
the Philippi sectiou spent Sunday
here with their daughter, Miss Le
thie Jackson, worshipping in the
Miss Buena Ouzt? of Greenwood,
and Mr. E. F. Wiison, a very
handsome young man of Abbeville,
spent the Thanksgiving season here
with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ouzts.
At the recent municipal elec
tion to elect a warden to fill the va
cancy in ward three made by the
resignation of Mr. L. L. Clippard,
Mr. F. Pierce Ouzts was chosen for
The members of the Dixie Aul
iliary will hold their regular meet
ing at tbe home of Mrs. W. D. Al
len Wednesday afternoon, Decem
ber 8, al 3:30. A full attendance is
Attention is directed to the fol
lowing new a Ivertisements this
week: The Corner Store, Ruben
stein, Mukashy Bargain House,
California Fruit Store, Dorn &
Mims, A. J. Renkl, Jno. A. Hol
land, F. G. Mertin, Lemon Elixir
Everybody was wondering Satur
day why our young friend, James
Lamb, was smiling so broadly. It
was easily accounted for when it be>
.came known that little James, Jr.,
is now a member of the household.
During the absence last week of
Capt. Moore, Capt. John B. Davis
of Columbia served as conductor.
Capt. Davis is an Edgefieid boy
win..- has made good at railroad ina.
His friends were glad to see him on
his native heath again.
Mr. and Mrs W. T. Prescott
were among the visitors in Edgefieid
Friday. They are yet as youthful
as if a bride aid groom of only a
few months. Mr. and Mrs. Prescott
were both very cordially greeted
by their Edgefieid friends, who re
gret that they are not living among
Mrs. William Hunter cf Ora,
Laurens county, is here visiting her
daughter, Mrs. L. T. May. She was
also accompanied by her daughter,
Miss Linda 'Hunier, who K ?ujiefvi
sor of schools in the 27 HM I ls of
Spartanhifrg comity. .Vis-- Hunte?
stands foremost among tho young
educators iu thu slate.
Rev. J. R. Walker, pastor for
the past year of the Edgefi? ld
church, is one of the popular mun
hers of the conference. Before be
ing sent to Edgefield, Rev. Mr.
Walker was pastor of the Hamp
ton Avenue church, in Greenville,
where he was very popular.-Spar
Epiicopal Services This Week.
At the Episcopal church this
week at ll a. ra. and 7:30 a mis
sion service is being conducted by
Rev. Mr. Jeter of Aiken. We are
sure every one will derive pleasure
at hearing this brother.
E. C. B.
Spent Week-End at Home.
Capt. Francis Sheppard spent
Saturday and Sunday here with his
parents, Ex-Gov. and Mrs. John C.
Sheppard, rle has been captain of
the Citadel foot ball team for the
past season, his team having won
th* contest in Columbia with the
South Carolina University Thanks
giving Day. In fact, under the man
agement of Capt. Sheppard, the
Citadel li has won first place
arrong the college teams of the
state. Francis is making a good
record at the Citadel, being captain
of oue of the cadet companies.
The ladies of the Guild of the
Episcopal church at Trenton will
hold their annual bazaar Friday,
December 10. From several attract
ively arranged booths, many useful
aud beautiful articles suitable for
Christmas gifts will be sold. Dinner
will be served for the small sum of
25 cents. Those who have attended
these functions at Trenton knoV
how bountiful aie these feasts and
how delightful socially are the
bazaars. We trust that these good
ladies will recieve the large patron
age that they deserve.
Death of Mr. C. W. Hammond.
Wednesday, November 24, Mr.
C. W. Hammond passed away at
the home of his brother-in-law, Mr.
J. W. Munday, in the Ropers sec
tion. He was a son of the late Maj.
Andrew Hammond, being a worthy
son of an honored father. The fu
neral and interment took place at
Sweetwater church Thursday, the
Rev. P. B. Lanham officiating. Mr.
Hammond was in his 64th year at
the time of his death. He was an
upright man Of sterling qualities,
an honor to the distinguished name
that he bore.
Mr. Hammond leaves three sis
ters, Mrs. J. W. Muuday, Mrs. J.
H. P. Roper aud Mrs. Thomas
At 29 Cents.
From now uutil Christmas we
will sell 50-cents one pound boxes
of candy for 29 cents. The beautiful
boxes contain assorted chocolates
and bun bous of the best quality.
Penn & Ho!nein.
We can save you money on la
dies ready-made silk dresses.
Mukashy Bargain House.
We are cutting the price on men's
and boys suits between now and
Chrstmas. Come and get a suit at
the bargain price.
Mukashy Bargain House.
NO REASON FOR IT.
When Edgefield Citizens Show
There can be no reason why any
reader of this who suffers the tor
tures of an aching back, the annoy
ance of urinary disorders, the pains
and danger* of ^ td ney ills will fail
to heed the words of a neighbor
who has found relief. Read what an
Edg'efield citizen says:
Mrs. J W Dorn, Edgefield, says:
"I had a constant pain in my back
which at times was worse in the
morning. I had frequent headaches
and dizzy spells. My eyes pained me
and my sight became blurred. The'
kidney secretions were too frequent
in passage. Doan's kidney pills were
recommended to me and after I j
used two box?'S, I got great relief, j
I.Htildtim.ha've a pain in my back or
wilier symptoms of kidney trouble
now." , j
Price 50c af all dealers. Don't i
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get DoauV kidney pills-the,sama j
thar. Mrs. Doin had. Foster Milburn
Co.; Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ?
We have just received a big linc'
of ladies clo?jfs and sport coats, j
Tin y 'ire lund'.- in ?ii?- latest style.
We have already had bi:: sales un
them. Will dose out tho lui m
The Bi* Spelling Bee.
Better begin studying your die
cionary for the spelling: h<?e. Prac
ticaliy everybody in town will en
ter the class-the girls and women
on one side and the boys and men
on the other. Get busy men, the
women mustn't'eorae out victorious
in this war if word?. The spelling
maich will be held in the court
house December 17. Fuller an
nouncement will be made next
At Edgefieid in the morning
ll : 15. The suhject is: "Solid com
fort aud consolation for all who
have had or are not having trouble
in this life.
At Trenton the service will be at
8 o'clock sharp. The subject will be
''Several elements in the life of a
Weekly Happenings Around
Dear Advertiser:- We have had a
little frost and cool days yet the
chills and malaria are still holding
sway over some yet. Mr. Wiley
Glover is down again in the grip of
chills. Mr. John Roper's family are
all having chills, Messrs. Alex and
Ivy DeLaughter and all of Mr
Ivy's family are down with them,
and he says he has had 78 chills.
Mr. Herbert Bunch has been hav
ing fever for a week or more. All
at his house have had some fever
and feel as if malaria has possession
Mrs. John DeLaughter nee Miss
Melvie Matthews has been spending
several days with her aunts, the
Misses Lanier, but has returned
home. Mrs. Lilly DeLaughter has
been spending a few davg at her
home over in "the corner." We
hear she will move back over there
about Christmas. We hear of a
good many who are trying to move,
hoping to have better health. We
hope they may be benefitted.
We were called to attend the fu
neral of one of our old neighbors
and friends on Thanksgiving day.
We speak of Mr. Charlie Hammond.
Poor fellow, he has suffered for so
many years while living near us,
with neuralgia, but was taken off
by another trouble we hear. Wei
deeply sympathize with his loved
ones, left to mourn his death.
The woman's missionary society
meeting was postponed on account
of the funeral until Monday 29 to
meet with Mrs. Ernest Cogburn.
We hope there may be a full at
Dr. R. L. McKie we are glad to
hear, is improving slowly, also Mr.
Tom Harris is able to walk about
again. Glad to bear Mrs. Carmi
chael is able to be up again. She is
still with Mrs. Frances Townes-.
The farmers have been quite busy
sowing grain of different kinds and
digging potatoes and pinders and
when in the house they are busier
still, eating pinders, potatoes and
Christinas is almost here again
and will be very dull here, but we
wish all a merry Christmas.
Will Surely S?oo Thsi Cough.
H Bo not delay pu
? suit. Come while
in any color and st
clothing made by
|| Let us fit you w
ggi sett or Selz-Schwal
lg well, look well, w
ggj price is reasonable
? Full stock of
H? what you need for
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See our Stylish
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ALE OF PIANOS
Three Second-hand Pianos in good condition to
be sold to the highest idder.
On Monday, December 6th, at 2:00 P. M. I will
sell at public outcry to the highest bidder pianos
One Royal Piano which was sold just three years
ago for $300. This piano has had very little use.
One Farrand Piano, of wnich we have sold 50
or more at $300 each.
One New England Piano, with case somewhat
scarred. The original not known. Worth about
All of these pianos will be sold at my store in
Greenwood at 211 Waller Ave.
Do not forget the time and place. Monday, De
cember 6th, at 2:00 P. M.
These piano will be sold under a mortgage fore
closure, and only for cash or negotiable notes.
They will not be sold pn installment plan. Per
sons wno wish a bargain should not fail to attend
JOHN A. HOLLAND
GREENWOOD, S. C.
Do you need a typewriter? The
Advertiser i's offering a great bar
gain in Oliver typewriters. jSoihing
better on the market.
THE NLXT BEST THING TO THE
PINE FORREST FOR COLDS IS
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey which
goes to the very root of cold
troubles. It clears the throat and
giv^s relief from that clogged and
stuffed feeling. , The pines have
ev-er been 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 ai
the start greatlv removes the possi
bility of complications. 25c.-1
Election Managers For Edge
Liberty Hill-George Cartledge,
F. P. White, W. T. Reynolds.
Plum Brauch-T. E. Minor, Cal
vin Sanders, E. C. Winn.
M od oe-Warren McDaniel, J. T.
Reese, Martin Reid.
R.'d Hill-P. B. Strom, Ernest
Quarles, J. M. Coleman.
Cheathara's ^tore-P. W. Cheat
bam, Osmon Williams, Robert
irchasing a winter
yon can get a fit |
vie. We sell only
the best manufae
ith a pair of Gros- |f
? Shoes. They fit jg
ear well, and the SS
The first named person at each
voting precinct above will call for
boxes, instructions, etc., from the
proper authorities at Edgefield, C.
H. on Saturday, December ll,
E. W. Samuei,
Commissioners of election fer
slate and county elections Edgefield
county, S. C.
A. J. Renkl
J 4? R
70S Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia
Augusta's . Largest . and . Handsomest
Hats for Men and
I Af, ?if? ? i fis ^ *
\Yre announce to our Edgcf?cld friends that we carry
the largest stock of fres! hkiiits, Candies :md miscella
neous Table Delacacies in Augusta. Come in to see
us when in the city . Vj?$*&
California . Fruit. Store
Corner Jactson and Ellis Sis.