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olleotions of the giaeious hostess
and happy occasion.
The Rose show under the auspic
es of the D. of C., will be heid on
Saturday at 3 o'clock in what is
known as the Cassel ls house.
Dr. and Mrs. A. T. King
have moved to Greenville, Dr. King
having accepted the call to a church
The Emily Geiger chapter, D. A.
R., met with Mrs. J. P. Bean on
Mondav aft ernoon. the meeting be
ing presided over by the regent,
Mrs. M. T. Turner, and several mat
ters of importance to chapter wel
fare were disposed of. The roll call
?was answered with names of South
Carolina forts. The subject for the
meeting was "Traitors of the Revo
lution,'' and the quotation for this
meeting was ''Had he died, I would
have lamented him; had he proved
false I would have forgiven him.
But a traitor to his country, I will
tear him from my heart." (Old
Mortality^ Each lesson has a fitting
quotation. A paper, "Maj. Andre,"
Mrs. O. D. Black; "Benedict^ Ar
nold," Mrs. James White; "The
case of Aaron Burr and Blenerhas
sett," Mrs. J. P. Bean. Carrent
events were given by Mrs. J. L.
Walker. The social hour was very
pleasant and all enjoyed the deli
cious ices and cake served. It was a
great pleasure to the chapter to have
an out-oi-town member, Mrs. W. B.
Cogburn, of Edgefield, present.
The fast meeting of the Apollo
music club was held with Miss Zena
Payne, the meeting being presided
over by Mrs. Minis Walker. At roll
call interesting musical items were
given. The members were all asked
to consider a topic for next year's !
?ludy course, this to be voted upon J
at next meeting. The box of cdoth- j
ing for benevolence was reported as
sent on and gratefully received. The
Polish musician Ignace Paderewski
was the subject for the afternoon
and Mrs. L. S. Maxwell as leader
made the hour very interesting. A
paper on "Paderewski," was given
by Mrs. M. T. Turner; vocal solo,
Mrs. C. P. Corn; piano solo, noc
turne, No. 16. Mrs. Miras Walker;
violin solo, Mrs. O. D. Black; vocal
solo, "June roses," Miss Sallie Hey
ward. During the social period,
Misses Frances and Bessie Ford
Turner served Tutti Frat ti cream
and pound cake, each place being
adorned with Killarney roses, and
later, all gathered around the punch
bowl which was encircled with pink
Papa Gontier roses and these wei e
us'.ru about the rooms.
Mrs. Chas. Brannon of Spartan
burg is visiting in the home of bel
ia: tier, Mr. .J. K. Hart.
Mrs. E. O. Crouch has gone to
Mullins to visit her parents, Mr. j
and Mrs. Smith.
?tlrs. C. P. Corn has returned
from a visit to Walhalla.
Go to Collett & Mitchell's for
hand-painted (Lina for wedding
gifts- If you fail to find wn.it you
want, .Miss Eliza Minis will rill any
order, if given in time.
Improvement by Council.
The town council is planning for
some permanent improvements that
will meet with the approval of the
taxpayers. Within a short time
Jeter street will be made wider
from the office of N. G. Evans to
Mrs. Saide Moseley's, making
room for a side-walk on the north
side of the street. Mayor Corley re
cently took up the matter of making
changes in the railroad trestle with
th? superintendent of the Southern
railroad -:o that it will not obstruct
the public road or street. The su
perintendent came over from Co
lumbia Thursday, accompanied by
an engineer, and will soon put in
an arch of concrete, removing the
benches or wooden supports that
now endanger travel.
Fish Fry at Cato's Pond.
One of the most, enjoyable events
of spri'ig was the ?8h fry given for
the young people by vir. Per vis Ca
to of Monetta, S. C., Wednesday
evening at Cato's pond five miles
south of Monetta. The party mo
tored down in automobiles where
fish, bread, pickle and ice lemonade
was served. Every one seemed to
have had a jolly good time.
After supper was 'over games
were played until 10:30 then the
party began to depart for home.
Those who enjoyed the fish fry
were Misses Ruby Gantt, Jennie
Simmons, Julia, Lucile, Leila, Hat
tie and Nannie Louise Cato, Bessie,
Viola and Minnie Lee Johnson and
Addie Lou Asbill, Messrs. Boyce
Gantt, Ralph Stevens, Hughey Tin
dal, Leon Cato, U. G. Quattlebaum,
Fron'in Johnson, Wyman Holstein,
Harold Boatwright, Pervis and Le
gare Cato, Lester and O'Banner
Cogburn and Wilber Hartley. We
wish to extend our many thanks to
Mr. Cato for the merry time and
hope him much success in life in
Tribute to Dr. Arthur Teague
Senator Tillman Will Ar
rive Saturday. W. C. T.
U. Held Meeting.
The death of Dr. Arthur Teagu
at the Columbia hospital on Tues
day afternoon of the past week
caused the deepest sorrow here, for
while his home was in G rangeville
he was intimately .associated with
the Trenton people, frequently visit
ing his ?sister, Mrs. T. J. Hunter
and often being called in consulta
tion with the doctors. Dr. Teague's
remains were brought to the home
cf Dr. Hunteron Wednesday morn
ing and in the afternoon the inter
ment took place in the Ebenezer
cemetery, Rev. Johnson and Rev.
Gravee Knight from Graniteville
conducting the funeral. To have
been able to speak of one as these
I ministers spoke of their deceased
friend-of his love for his fellow
man, his purity, his charity, his
true christian character impressed
their hearers with ?[the fact that a
good name is rather to be chosen
than great riches. His friends and
neighbors who came in large num
bers to pay their last sad tribute of
respect also spoke feelingly and
eloquently of his many virtues. Dr.
Teague married Miss Maggie Simp
son and she with three young chil
dren are left disconsolated. Reis
also survived by his sister, Mrs. T.
J. Hunter and two brothers. To
these bereaved friends we offer our
deepest sympathy and pray that a
merciful God will heal their broken j
hearts and make them to say with
resignation "Thy will be done."
Mr. J. B. Knight from Green-j
ville came down to spend the week- !
end with his wife and little daugh
Mrs. Leslie Eidson will spend
part of this week with friends in
Little Lena Padgett celebrated
her eighth birthday anniversary on
Saturday last. Quite a number of
her friends enjoyed the pleasures of
the afternoon and particularly the
delightful refreshments her mama
and sisters served.
j The Leap Year dance to be given
in Wise's hall on Thursday evening
of this week is the all-absorbing
topic among the young people.
Bearden's orchestra will furnish the
The W. C. T. JJ. mei with Mrs.
J. D. Mathis on Tuesday afternoon
last. There was a full attendance
prtsent and a most interesting pro
gram was rendered. During the so
cial b< ur Miss Belle Privelte and
Miss Annie .Miller served sandwich*
es and coffee and later Miss Priv
ette anti Mis. B. J. Harrison ren
dered some piano selections thal
were heartily enjoyed. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Mike
Miss Julia Moss Wise gave" a
beautiful Eastertide party on Fri
day eyening of the p:ist week, the
Easter decorations and suggestions
being specially attractive in the
"lining room. Hook proved the en
joyable diversion for these thirty
happy young people. Late in the
evening delightful cake and cream
Memorial Day Exercises.
The members of the Edgefield chap
ter, U. D. C.. have arranged to lil
tingly observe Memorial day. All of
the Confederate veterans of the county
are invited to be their guests on that I
day, and as has been their custom for
several years, a bountiful dinner will
be served. The exercises will take
place in the cemetery, a suitable plat
form being erected for the purpose.
The following programme has been ar
ranged by the chapter:
Invocation -Kev. E. C. Bailey.
Bonny Blue Flag-U. D. C. Choir
and School. .
Address-Mr. Haddon Johnson.
Dixie-U. D. C. Choir and School.
Bestowal of Crosses-Mr. Orlando
Benediction-Kev. A. L. Gunter.
Dinner will be served the Vetrans
in basement of the Baptist church at
12 o'clock. The exercises will come im
mediately afterwards. All children are
requested to bring a wreath or bunch
(Tamed Twenty Pounds
On Just Six Bottles.
ANDERSON MAN SAYS HIS
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EFFORTS OF SCIENCE
IS WELL KNOWN
T. F. Darby Declares "Tanlac
is a Wonderful Medicine"
"I am in Fine Shape
"I have gained twenty(20) pounds
in weight and have been relieved of
an ailment with which I suffered
almost a year and which baffled the
leading physicians in a number of
cities. That is \*hat just what six
bottles of Tanlac, the medicine you
call the 'master medicine', has done
The speaker of this more than re
markable statement was T. F. Dar
by, an automobile mechanic employ
ed by the central gauge, of Ander
son, S. C., who resides at 127 north
McDufh'e Street. Mr. Darby
was for year foreman for a
Columbia machinery company,
which is one of the largest inter
prises of its kin 1 in the south, he
said. He explained that ill health,
forced his removal from Columbia
in search of a satisfactory change
in climate. But it was not the cli
mate, he found, that caused his ill
Regarding his Buffering and the
remarkable relief Tan lac quickly
gave him, Mr. Darby said:
"I suffered with nervous indiges
tion for almost a year. I lost a
great deal of weight, my strength
left me and I got to where I could
not work. I would suffer awfully
after eating and neither sweet milk
nor water would Btay on my stom
ach long enough to get warm. I
would get so nervous I could not
control myself. I will tell you the
truth, I was in an awful condition.
"One time when at Atlanta,
where I had gone to consult a spe
cialist, 1 got on a train and when
I realized where I was I was at
Gainesville I had been suffering so
I had lost interest in everything. I
srJent that night at a Gainesville
hospital. My wife got to where
she was afraid for me to go down
town by myse?f, fearing I could not
get home if one of those attacks hit
me, which' came every time I ate
"My heart began to go bad under
the strain. One night it felt as if
it would burst. And I perspired so
much I felt as if I had been rained
on. I tried every way and every
thing I knew of or was told of to
get relief but failed. Down at Co
lumbia one day, however a friend
told me to take Tanlac. I bought
a bottle right away.
"Six bottles banished that nerv
ous indigestion. I gained twenty
pounds while taking it, and I am in
fine shape now. I can eat a hearty
meal without suffering afterwards.
I am strong, lively and happy, and
my nerves are in fine coudition.
My kidneys, which gave me a great
deal of trouble, are in good condi
tion now. Thanks to tanlac. I
can't get enough to eat, and I have
to fight against eating too much.
I surely can and do recommend
Tanlac. It is a wonderful medi- j i
Tanlac, the master medicine, is
sold exclusively b.\- Penn ct Hoe"
stein, Edgcfield; Johnston Drug
Co., Johnston; G. W. Wise, Tren
ton. Price: ?1.U0 per bottle straight.
p See me before insuring else
|j where. I represent the Epuita
$ ble Fire Insurance Company of
H Charit y ton and the Southern
?9 Stock Fire Insurance Company
w of Greensboro, N. C. I also rep
g resent the Life Insurance Com
w pany of Virginia.
J. T. Barling'
^ At the Farmers Bank, Edgefield
This will be a g?
be parades every Ai
shows by a compan;
entertainment at ev<
We have arrange
men, women and ch
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on special rates in e
I . THE CORNER STORE |
H returns grateful thanks for the grand Easter ||
lg business so pleasantly contributed by a buy- ??
S ing public. The rush of course reduced the gi
m variety and quantity of stock. However, |||
|| Miss Samuel says she will be able to show ?||
ss you this week many new novelties in Fancy s ???
9 Trimming, Shapes and Dresses. Ye?, dresses gi
fi that,speak much for the artistic designer. W?
|| Come see them. We have them Rose, Alice |??
gl Blue, Black and Navy Taffeta and Taffeta gip
J and Crepe combination. . ||
1 STERLING SILVER j|
9 for the wedding gift is here in the neat Port- Bj
? land design. Ask to see the- ???
H Sterling Punch Ladle. ||
Ul Sterling Gravy Ladle. |??
gi Sterling Mayonnaise and Bowl. 1?
M Sterling Sugar Shell. ?
W? Sterling Jelly Spoon. Ill
W? Sterling Cheese Scoop, together with many |||
?| other items. ??j
J Should ou fail to see what you want ask |?
M W. H. Turner, Jr., to phone over and get it |?j
|| for you. iii
I THE CORNER STOKE jj
IjPj PROPRIETOR ||?
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STRAYED i bay mare muio ; JJ | j , Stock Kaisers Notice to Stock Kaisers
strayed from my hom? bast Sunday. ^v?..?.? ,
Last seen near Parksville. VV. F. We have just purchased a nm- j :<.':< j ?yjv stallion. "Denmark." and
West. ana* ne w'" stand for the season nt :l]So two of the best bred Jacks, will
^N^V^^^N^^^N-^V^^N^N^^^^^ the Tann of W. F. Rolston, ju<; ?i ?nand at my farm for short season.
FOR SALE-A young Jersev mjjo ?Orth of BdgeHeld. ?ne care Best possible care taken of mares,
cow with nice heifer calf ono week ?'ill be takon but .-ach party must but not responsible for accident*
old. P. W. Cheatham, Cleora, S. '? ^ponsible for his own anuna!. should any occur.
Q 5 3 3t I? ee reasonable. J. H. GARRETT,
_ A. L. KEMP. Clark's Hill, S. Ci
k'OR A E > <t -;'uu ~~~~_ March 10, 1916.
each-grade between Berkshires and ^gftS'S HE? Lf??E PILLS ?*i %*5??"ff 5% Jt?SS^?S^
Duroc Jerseys. S. B. Maws. Th<a 5*H!S 7!?3t Do Cure* ' ? TfcRS trw KIDKEHB
SU-GUA Week, May 9th to 13th Inclusive
ala week in Augusta, one long to be remembered. There will
iv, music bv IL S. Marine Band, new and wonderful vaudeville
y which goes direct from Augusta to Coney Island. N. Y., and
d to have unusually attractive bargains in every department, for |
ildren, and in addition offer to BEFUND 5> OF Y0?E PUK- '
HE COST OF YOUR KOUNMTtlP KAILKOAD FARE, based
?ffect at that time.
B. WHITE & COMPANY
; Store Five Floors, Fifty-two Departments