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We are now ready to serve the public with a large and well selected
stock of Dry Goods and Shoes.
It will pay you to get our prices before you buy.
I We handle nothing but the best merchandise, and always give the
j lowest prices possible.
Our business continues to increase, and we attribute this to our method
of fair dealing with every one, coupled with our low prices.
You run no risk in buying from us. When a purchase is unsatisfactory
we cheerfully refund the money or give satisfactory goods in exchange.
We cordially invite visitors to the fair to make pur store headquarters.
It is a pleasure to show you whether you wish to purchase or not.
Polite and courteous attention to all.
Ha? , SMITH-MARSH COMPANY
Wednesday, Oct. 25
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Rev. E. C. Bailey left Tues'.y
for Charleston on business.
Miss Mildred Scott spent the
week-end in Edgetield with Miss
Miss Annie Walker of Cochran,
Ga., is here visiting her sister, Mrs.
J. R. Cantelou.
Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach in
the Presbyterian church next Sun
day morning at 11:30 o'clock.
Mr. A. W. Welling of Darlington
spent Sunday in Edgefield with his
daughter. Mrs. Jerold LaGrone.
Miss Daisy Lyon left Monday to
resume her duties as teacher of the
Lott school, this being her fourth
There ought to be at least a score
of decorated wagons in the parade
Friday of the county fair. What
about your school?
Large stock of California fruits,
fresh shipments coming every day.
jLet us have your orders.
Edgetield Fruit Store.
Every day of the fair will be a
good one, but the best features of
the floral parade will take place
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bucking
ham and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Cornell of Barnwell were guests of
Major and Mrs. W. J. Duncan Sun
Every school in the county should
close Friday of next week and let
all the children attend the fair, even
ii they cannot attend in a decorated
There will be two fret acts by ex
perts from Reynolds' shows on the
grounds each day of the fair. These
acts alone are worth coming to the
fair to see.
Do not fail to bring every exhibit
you can to the fair. The exhibition
of your farm products will encour
age your neighbors to undertake
Mr. Robert Long, accompanied
by Dr. Beverly Eppes, went to
Pickens Monday to claim Miss Ella
Hiott as his bride. They were mar
ried yesterday afternoon at five
Mrs. Sumter Mitchell has been
engaged to teach the Wimberly
Branch school. Since the close of
the last session the trustees and
patrons have erected a new and
modern school building, one that is
in keeping with the progress of the
i For some reason the names c
Mrs. Sallie Brooks Moseley an
Mrs. James Cantelou were omitte
from the trades-display committee
These ladies are very valuable mere
bers of the committee.
Miss Emily Octavia Adams an
Mr. James T. Mims, Jr., will b
married this evening at eight o'cloc
at the home of the bride's mother
Mrs. Hattie W. Adams, Rev. T. F
Burgess and Rev. A. L. Gunter ol
The people of Edgefield greatl;
miss the weekly visits of Mr. W. H
Turner, and deeply regret that he i
confined to his home in Greenwood
It is earnestly hoped that he wil
soon be restored to his accustomec
j Master Julian Mims is local agen
for Woman's Home Companioi
a^ the American Magizine, two ex
cellent journals. He has just re
ceived the last issues and will de
liver them in person, or they can bt
had at the Bank of Edgefield.
Attention is directed to the fol
lowing new advertisements thif
week: Swan-Edwards Company,
Penn & Holstein, Rubenstein,
Smith-Marsh Co., Daitch Bros., E.
S. Rives, Mukashy Bargain House,
E. M. Andrews Furniture Co.
Mrs. J. L. Mims and Mrs. Mamie
N. Tillman went to Columbia Sun
day to attend a conference of Co
lumbia women who are interested in
the temperance cause. As a result
of the conference a Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union was organ
ized for Columbia.
A box party and oyster supper
will be given at the Pleasant Lane
school house Friday night, October
27,x for the benefit of the school.
Home-made candies will be sold by
pretty girls. An exceedingly pleas
ant evening is assured all who at
tend. The Pleasant Lane school is
taught by Miss Howell.
Mr. Alfred Covar, who has been
residing in the West for several
years, is here visiting his mother,
Mrs. Julia B. Covar. For the past
year Mr. Covar has held a responsi
ble position with the Missouri, Kan
sas and Texas railroad, being loca
ted al Columbia, Mo. He made a
good record with this company.
Have you selected your seats for
the Lyceum course for the season?
If not you had better go to the store
of Collett & Mitchell and select
them at once. The first attraction,
"The Old Home Singers," will be
given in the opera house Monday
night next. This is one of the best
of the entire course. Do not miss
The Episcopal ladies of Trenton
will hold a bazaar in Wise's hall
Saturday, October 28, and will be
gin the sale at three o'clock. Oys
ters will be served from five o'clock.
With cotton selling around 20 cents
there is no good reason why these
zealous Christian workers should
not receive a record-breaking patron
Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Jeffries ar
rived in Edgefield from Spartan
burg last night to spend a week
with friends here, being at this time
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Jones. Dr. Jeffries will
preach in the Baptist church Sun
day morning and evening. Miss
Rose Jeffries would have accompa
nied her parents, but is spendiner
several weeks very pleasantly with
relatives in Tennessee and Virginia.
Mr. A. M. Jeffries-known to his
Edgefield friends as Lex. Jeffries
was married in Indianapolis last
night. Dr. and Mrs. Jeffries are
being very cordially greeted by
their friends who sincerely hope
that they can remain through the
fair next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Cleve
land are down for the Adam6
Honor Roll, Edgefield Graded
and High School.
Fitzmaurice Byrd, Carolyn Dorn,
Dora Hart, Byrnes Ouzts, Ned Nichol
son, Wilbur Moore.
Ralph Quarles, Maurice Rubenstein,
Mary Thurmond, Margy Prescott.
Margaret Strom, Effie Allen Lott,
Elizabeth Johnson, Martha Thurmond,
Frances Louise Townsend, Sarah
John 'Curran Feltham, Katharine
Stewart, Julia Strom, Mary Lily Byrd,
Elizabeth Bailey, Louise Quarles, Ken
nard Shannonhouse, Luther Johnson,
Mandsford Mims, John Mundy.
Robert Tompkins, Felicia Mims, Mary
Marsh, May Rives.
Isabel Byrd, Benjamin Cogburn, Wal
lace Sheppard, Ralf Powell, Gladys
Lawton, Mary Lyon, Elizabeth Lott,
John Wells, Allen Edwards, Edwin
Lillian Pattison, George Tompkins,
Sam Paul, Raymond Folk, Mitchell
Wells, Mattie Saunders, Eleanor Mims,
Robert Ouzts, Helen Nicholson, Eddie
Talbert, William Strom.
Ruth Paul, Lois Mims, Rhae Tim
merman, William Folk, Edgar Padgett,
Frances Jones, Edwin Moore, Edith
James Porter, Edwin Folk, Margaret
Blocker, Grace Tompkins, Arthur Britt
Margaret May, Willie Peak, Brooke
Ouida Pattison, Emmie Broadwater,
A CLOGGED SYSTEM MUST BE
You will find Dr. King's New
Life-Pills a gentle yet effective lax
ative for removing impurities from
the system. Accumulated waste
poisons the blood; dizziness bilious
ness and pimply, muddy complex
ion are the distressing effects. A
dose of Dr. King's New Life Pills
to night will assure you a free, full
bowel movement in the morning.
At your Druggist, 25c. 3
Baptist Woman's Missionary
The South Carolina Baptist Wo
man's Missionary Union will hold
its annual convention in Orange
burg, November 7-1 Oth. Railroad
fare will be one and one-half fares
plus 5c" dependent upon minimum
attendance of 200 by rail. Every
purchaser of ticket must secure
from local agent a certificate re
ceipt which must be presented at
Orangeburg to Cor. Sec. of W. M.
U. If you cannot secure this from
local agent buy your ticket to near
est point that issues certificates.
Certificates must be secured for
every ticket purchased. If agent
has't certificates, request a receipt.
Tickets costing less than 75c. for
going fare will not count on the
Tickets on sale November 3rd to
9th, inclusive, final limit Novem
16th. See Baptist Courier Octo
ber 26th and November 2nd for
This is to notify the public that
on account of the increased price of
coal and labor all shops in Edgefield
are compelled to raise the price of
horse shoeing after November 1 to
$1.00. If owner furnishes shoes
the price will be 60 cents.-Adv.
Barred and Buff Plymouth Rocks,
both pullets and cockerels, pure
strains. Reasonable prices.
10-17-2t. Mrs. E. J. Munday.
Am now ready to begin my mus
ic class, both instrumental and vo
cal, each ?3.00 a month. Your pa
Mrs. J. R. Tompkins.
See the new Robinson steel-lined
Folding Bath Tub. Exclusive agen
cy for this county.
J. T. Hading.
' FOR SALE-One home-raised
cow fresh to pail. No fancy price
asked. O. B. Anderson, Edgefield,
FOR RENT-A nine-room resi
dence on Columbia street. Good
garden, servant's house, barn, etc.
Apply to M. C. Parker.
FOR SALE-One yoke of oxen,
five and six years of age. Together
they weigh 2,100 pounds. Apply
at The Advertiser office.
FOR SALE-270 acres of land
within one-quarter of a mile of Red
Hill school and church. For terms,
etc., apply to J W Quarks, Edge
field, R. F. D. 2.
FOR SALE: All varieties of
stiawberry plants at ?3.00 per
1,000. J. G. Edwards.
A new shipment of cut glass has
just been received for the October
weddings. Large assortment of
new and original designs to select
from. Prices very reasonable.
Collett & Mitchell.
COME TO THE
Edgefleld County Fair
November 1, 2 and 3
Make our store your headquarters.
You will be welcomed.
Should there be anything in our. Ta
rions lines that you need we will be
pleased to serve you. All departments
are complete from which to select from.
MI1LINEEY! Our millinery is in
charge of a competent milliner from
Baltimore, who will be pleased to show
SHOES! Our shoe department is full
of the new styles for the season. See
E. S. RIVES
We extend a cordial invitation to
all visitors to the county fair next
week to make our store on the
corner, next door to the Farmers
Bank, their headquarters. Come in
and feel at home with us. Leave
your bundles and other articles with
us. We will gladly take care of
We are enlarging our stock of
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods J
and Notions every day. Ours is a
stock in which
EVERYTHING IS isEW
j Come in to see us. It will pay
you to spend your money with us.
Daiteh Bros. Bargain Store
? ^^^ Next Door to the Farmers' Bank.