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On account of the recent passage of the "Anti-Compact Law," several Fire Insurance Companies have
withdraw n from the State.
We desire to say that the passage of this law in no wise effects the interests of the old RELIABLE
HOME Institution, the
Abbeville-Greenwood Mutual Insurance Association
This Association of the people, for the people, and by the people, for twenty-five years has been insuring
the Property of its policy holders, both in city and country, against damage by fire and lightning, cyclones,
tornadoes and wind storms, and has never been in a more prosperous condition than at present.
Speedy and fair adjustments of all losses of property are made at assessed valuation when insured, with
no three-fourths claus attached.
Of the TWO MILLION DOLLARS of insurance now carried the money paid out is kept at home and
every dollar goes to the loser property, which means the upbuilding o? your own county.
To those who desire safe protection for their property at the minimum cost of Insurance, and would
co-operate in building up home enterprise, we would say insure in the Abbeville-Greenwood Mutual
For further information, call upon the local township director, or upon
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, GREENWOOD, S. C.
The union meeting of the third
division will meet with the Parks
ville Baptist church on Saturdav
and Sunday April 29-30.
ll a. rn. Devotional by moderator.
11:30 a. m. Enrollment o." dele
gates with reports.
ls1;, Are there any dangers from
a false worship in America and iii
the South? L. G. Kell and J. C.
2nd, Is preparedness essential in
individual lite and church an t Sun
day school work? J. C. Morgan
and Will Agnew.
12:30, Adjournment for dinner.
3rd, What is tile pandani that
Christians should measure ali things
by? T. G. Talbert and .?. P. Nixon.
4th, What are some of the mod
ern forms of idolatry? Dr. W. (4.
Blackwell and Luther Bracknell.
Sunday school in usual order.
Mfefiouary sermon bj Rev. J. F.
Adjournment half past twelve
5th, Is public sentiment support
ing our prohibition law in South
Carolina? L. G. McKie.J. M. Bus
A talk by W. R. Leggatt a sub
ject of his own choosing.
H. E. Bunch for Committee.
The Mammoth Yellow
promises to be one of the most
profitable crops for southern farm
ers everywhere. Makes a large
yield of beans, which are readily
salable for oil-producing and food
purposes, in addition to ?ts ?se for
forage, soil-improving and stock
feeding. Splendidly adapted to our
southern soils and climate.
The New 100-Day
the quickest growing of Velvet
Beans, promise to supercede Cow
Peas very largely as a soil-improv
ing, forage and grazing crop
throughout the South. Cheaper
to seed per acre than cor/ peas.
Write for prices and "Wood's
Crop Special** giving full in
formation in regard to Soja and
Velvet Beans, Ccw Peas, M!r>et,
Seed Corns? Sorghums, Sudan
Grass, etc. Mailed free.
T. W. WOOD ? SONS,
SEEDSMEN, - Richmond, Va.
Pension Roll for 1916.
The fol lowing is the pension roi
for Edgefield county, those of Chis
A receiving si'O; Class B *72; Clas
C *4S; Class C No I. U8: Class (
Xo. -J. &2??; ('lass C No. 3, *48, am
Class C Xo. 4, *..:'.>:
Lanier, J A, Franklin.
M ed lock, Samuel, Rehoboth.
Miller, L J. Collier,
Nicholson. Dr. Waiter L, Pleas
Seigler, G II Longini res.
Qnattlebanm, W L, Johnston.
Corley, W M, Cleora.
Cosey, J II, Collins.
Lanier, T !>, Longmiros.
Prince, S W, .Modoc.
Class C, Xo. 1.
PeVoro, Simeon, Trenton.
Glover, C B, North Augusta.
Glauzier, Whitfield, Collins.
Covar, J L, Edgelield.
Mart, W C. Edgefield.
Holson, J M, Plum B-anch.
Holme*, E M, Collins.
Moore, J B, Collins.
Strom, J T, Edgefield
Penn, A C, Trenton.
Turner, J M, Johnston.
Stevens. J A, Collins.
Timmermau, W E, Meeting
Whitlock, M G. Johnston.
Clase C, No. 2.
Blackwell, J K, Trenton.
Boswell, G M, Edgefield.
Brunson, John, Parksville.
Booth, T J, Parksville.
Coleman, J F, Flinn Branch.
Carpenter, J 0, Trenton.
Callum, J P, Trenton.
Collins, J W, Cold Spring.
Dom, J B, Parksville.
Do bey, J E, Kuper.
Doolittle, J E, Rehoboth.
Kubanks, II W, Franklin.
Gohel, Henry, Longmires.
Gibson, D E, Johnston.
Garrett, J J, Parksville.
Hester, J W, Johnston.
Howell, W A, Prescott.
Hagood, J P, Preasant Lane.
Lanier, O W, Rehoboth.
MeManus, W T, Meeting Street.
Mathis, G W, Cold Spring.
Mayson, J C, Johnston.
Ousts, George, J ohm-ton.
Pardue. G G, Trenton.
Roper, S L, Edgefield.
Rikard, J P, Wards.
Ridlehoover, L S, Plum Branch.
Simons, J M, Johnston.
Walker, F P, Pleasant Lane. _
Vanee, G W, Red Hill.
Class C, No. 3.
Randall, Ann, Johnston.
Class C. Ko. 4.
Adams, Hf'.iie J Johnston.
Bartley, M A, Edsefiold.
Brook-, Mary J, Plum Branch.
Broadwater, Nannie Ann, Parka
Bryant, J .T, Trenton.
Hush, Mary S, Johnston.
Bai ton, M J, Pleasant Lane.
Bunch, Sallie V, Poverty Hill
Brooks, Sarah, Cold Spring,
Cornett, F L, Plum Branch.
Cartlidue, Emeline, Edgetieid.
Car tl ogre, Mary li, Cold Spring.
Chamberlain,Mary, Plum Brandi.
Crouch, Kate, Trenton.
Carpenter, Melissa. Johnston.
Carpenter, H E, Trenton.
Dorn, M ally, Edgefield.
Davis, Martha, Trenton.
Denny, S A, Johnston.
Doolittle, Ann, Modoc.
Dorn, Vicey, Pleasant Lane.
Freeland, Mary, Johnston.
Freeland, Carrie, Rehoboth.
Glover, Cornelia, Edgefield.
Griffin, Nannie, Edgefield.
Gilchrist, Virginia, .Rehoboth.
Gr *y, Emily, Edgelield
Gray, Sallie, Edgefield.
Holmes, Frances, Edgeield.
Hughey, M C, Edgefield.
Holmes, Sarah A, Modoc.
Hamilton, Eliza, Plum Branci.
Houston, Miry A, Johnston.
Hill, Sadie J, Edgefield.
Holly, Catherine, Edgefield.
Holmes, Caroline J, Modoc.
Jackson, Adeline, Cold Spring.
Lott, Virginia, Cold Srping.
Langley, L E, Cold Spring,
Minor, Lucinda, Cold Spring.
McLendou, Lucinda, Cold Spring.
Morns, Epsey, Joiinston.
Mayson, M JJ, Cl eora.
Murphey, Fannie, Trenton.
McClendon, E B, Chavis.
MoCullougb, Ella, Edgefield.
Mayson, Emma, Cleora.
Ouzts, Jane E, Edgelield.
Ousts, Elizabeth, Meeting Street.
Pardue, Mary, Collins.
Paul, Zella, Edgefield.
Ripley, Emeline, Johnston.
Ransom, Carrie, Edgelield.
Stevens, Susannah, Elmwood.
Seigler, A E, Rehoboth.
Stillwell, Jane, Johnston.
Turner, Sarah Ann, Johnston.
Timraerman, Sarah, Cleora.
White, J A, Edgefield.
Williams, M A ll, Chavis.
Williams, Naroiasa, Johnston.
White, Lucinda, Plum Branch.
Wond, Sarah, Edgefield.
Wright, L Ii, Edgefield.
Whitlock, Ann. Chavis.
There Can be no Doubt About
the Results in Edgefield.
Results tell the tale.
All doubt is removed.
The testimony of an Edgefield
Can be easily investigated.
What better proof can be had.
I1 J Paul, proprietor of garage,
Jeter strebt, Edgefield, says: '"Kid
ney trouble in my caso was brought
on by being on my feet continually,
j I had dull pain in my back andi
tired easily. When I was on my feet
for any length of time, my back
trot sore anti stiff. My rest was
broken at night, as the kidney se
cretions were too frequent in pas
sage,causin?r meto ?,ret up a number
of times. Three boxes of Do3ti's
kidney pills, procured at Penn tfc
Holstein's drug store, cured the
backache and other symptoms ol'
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Dean's kidney pills-the same
that Mr, Paul had. Foster-Mil burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
STATE OF SOUTH ^CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By W. T. Kinnaid, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Luther G. Watson, of
above Conn ty and State, made suit
to me, to giant him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and ef
fects of Henry C. Watson, late of
above County and State.
These Are Therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred und Creditors of the said H.
C. Watson, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court
of Probat-*, to be held at Edgefield,
C. H., S. C., in my office on the 6th
day of May, 1916, next after publi
cation, at ll o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not bc granted.
Given under my Hand, this 18th
day of April A. D., 1916.
W. T. KINNAIRD,
P. J., E. C.
Atlanta Sheriff (Jome?
Out With Strong
C??L IS FILLED WITH
Declares he Fet?a it His Du! y ti
Praise Medicir.e Which Gave
Him so Much Relief.
"Tanlac lias certainly helped iv.
anil 1 recommended it to others fo
what, it has done in my case," sail
Hon. C. W. .Wangum, Sheriff o
Fulton comity, of Atlanta, Ga.
Sheriff Mangu m needs no intro
duction to the people of this seo
tion, as he is unquestionably nb
only one of the best known bul otu
of the most popular officials in thc
state of Georgia. He is also know;
to be, by everyone, a kind, genial
gentleman of the old school and ha*
a reputation of being the biggest
hearted man in public life today.
H's friends are legion-and his ex
treme popularity as a man and as a
public official is further attested by
the fact that he is now serving his
third term as Sheriff of Fulton
Por some years he was a railroad
official, but has been in public life
siueu 19ti7. He served in the Con
federate army from 186-J to I8?5
in the first Georgia regiment, and
later in the fifth Georgia.
'Tes," continued the Sheriff,
"your medicine has done ma lots of
good and I have personally recom
mended it to a great many people.
I know of at least lo or -JO families
who have bought it on my hay so.
"I am seventy years ?dd and have
most always been pretty strong and
healthy until hero lately. I have
been in a nervous, worn out, run
down condition. My stomach was
upset most of the time and I di
gested my food poorly. Most al
ways after eating I would have a
full, uncomfortable feeling that
would last for several hours.
"After taking the second bot
tle of Tanlac the fullness and
all the disagreeable symptoms dis
appeared and my condition is now
that of a well man. I now eat
heartily without any bad after ef
.'ects and I sleep well at night. ?** -
"Tanlac seems to he just what ?
leeded to put ra," system in shape-,
md it has toned me right up. lin
ier the circumstances I think it per
fectly natural for me to say a good
?void for it and recommend it to
Commenting on the above state
ment, T. VV. Galyon, State Agent
for South Carolina, said: "It is .
rarely, indeed, that men of promi
nence, especially men holding high
public oifice such as that bel 3 by
Sheriff Mangum, voluntarily express
their appreciation of the benefits re
ceived from a medicine; thousands,
of Mu h c.nvineing cudors.emenc8v
however, have como lu Tan fa cr.
'Among the large number of men'
in public life in the south who have
recently given T;;nlao their unquali
fied endorsement for the specific aid
to theo) are Hon. McKenzie Mot?,
Judge of thc eighth Kentucky Jn
dicial District; Hon. Closes R.
Glenn,Kentucky State Sui>erintea
dent of priming; John JJ. Gaines,
editor and publisher o.f the Dowling
Green Daily News; George W.
hinton, former secretary of the
Warren County Equity League;
Press. Pegg, of Newport Business
College, and others."
Taulac, the master medicine, is
sold exclusively b.f Penn & Hol
stein, Edgefield; Johnston Drug
Co., Johnston; G. W. Wine, Tren
ton. Price: ?1 uu per bottle straight.
Candidate for Warden.
I respectfully announce that I ara
Et candidate for warden of thf> town
of Edgefield from the third ward.
P. A. HMHTOW?R.
FOU SALE: E?rly prolific long
staple seed. No wilt in it. Lint sold
last fall at 'JOcts. Price 81.5.0
R. G. Shannonhouse.
FOR SALE: Ten Daroo Jersey
pigs, eight weeks old ?5.00. If IO
week* old $6.00, subject to regis
tration. J. O. Herin.
FOR RENT-A five-room resi
dence near the high scho-d. Poa
session given at once. Apply to
J. L. Mims.