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Wednesday, Nov. 15.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Kellah Fair is visiting her
brother, Mr. Warren Fair, in Beech
Mr. Alien T. Samuel came home
to spend the .week-end with his
Hon. ST. G. Evans spent Thurs
day and Friday in Saluda on legal
Dr. E. Pendleton Jones will
preach at Horn's Creek Sunday af
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Miss Sallie Carwile of Johnston
is here visiting Mrs. Mary E. Car
wile and Mrs. R. A. Marsh.
Beautiful assortment of Crepe-de
chine waists. All popular colors.
Mukashy Bargain House.
Miss Monteze Spearman of Green
wood has been the geest of Mrs.
J. P. Timraerman during the past
The man who holds his cotton
seed over till planting time will
doubtless get ?2.00 per bushel for
any kind of old seed.
Mr. B. B. Wilson and his son,
Dr. Wilson, stopped over in Edge
field Sunday as guests of Mr. Bet
tis Cantelou while en route to
Dr. E. Pendleton Jones celebra
ted his birthday on Friday last.
His mothar, and brother,Dr. Ashby
Jones came up from Augusta to be
with Dr. Jones for the day.
The Advertiser acknowledges an
invitation to attend the dedicatory
exerei>es of the new gymnasium of
Winthrop Coilege to be held the af
ternoon of November 17.
About the first step in preparing
for the boll weevil is to enlarge the
pastures you already have and fence
additional areas, so as to be able to
change your stock from one pasture
Rev. A. L. Gunter left Sunday to
attend the annual meeting in Green
ville of the Upper-South Carolina
Conference of the Methodist church.
During his absence Mrs. Gunter
will visit her parents in Leesville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harling are
now keeping house, occupying rooms
in the horne of Mr. and Mrs. N. M.
Jones that were occupied by Mr.
and Mrs Kirkland before they moved
The telephone company is install
ing a new switch board in the cen
tral office and is making other need- I
ed improvements. After the ex
change has been fully overhauled
the service will be greatly im- i
Tin* increase in the volume of bus
?ness done by the Edgefield mer- j
chants this fall can be judged by
the number of new clerks that are ,
employed. Some or the stores have
as many as three or four additional
Edgefield is boinir wei! represent- '
cd at the Georgia-Carolina Fair tn ;
Augusta this week. Augusta re- :
gards '"Carolina," and especially
Edgefield county, as one of her I
strongest assets. Rightly so too.
It will be pleasing information to
the friends of Miss Grace Dobson
to know that she will soon till the
position as operator for the tele
phone exchange, serving now as a
student operator. We are confident
that the services of t' .s popular
young lady will prove l > be entirely
No further stimulus should be
needed to increase bog raising in
the county than the fact that wes
tern lard is selling for twenty cents
per pound. Cotton will have to
bring more than 20 cents to enable
farmers to buy western lard at 20
cents per pound.
Mr. T. A. Hightower spent the
early part of last week in Spartan
burg, Greenville and Atlanta, at
tending a banquet at the latter place
that was given the superintendents
of the plants of the Addison Mills.
This extended trip was given Mr.
Hightower by the company.
Mr. Abner B. Broadwater closed
out his cotton seed several days ago
to Mr. Levi Quarle9 who represents
the Lunion Cotton Oil Company of
Augusta. Mr. Broadwater received
a dollar a bushel for about 10,000
bushels. Thia was the largest ai d
best sale of cotton seed ever made
in the county.
Mr and Mrs Charlie Hill of Aiken
and other friends of Augusta came
over to attend the funeral of Mr.
W. B. Penn Sunday afternoon.
Just received a large stock of
worsteds and serges for skirts, waists
and full suits.
Mukasy Bargain House.
There will be an important meet
ing of the Civic League at the resi
dence of Mrs. W. B. Cogburn
Monday afternoon at 3:30. All
members 'ire requested to be j
The Advertiser is indebted to
Mr. Milledge Ward for some very
fine sweet potatoes,the finest we have
sepn this season. He also remem
bered Mr. W. H. Russell and in
cluded him in his generosity.
We have a few odd coat suits
I that we will close out at a bargain
for less than we can buy them, in
order to make room for a new ship
ment. Come in and look at them
and get the benefit of the bargain.
Mukashy Bargain House.
When you are in the market for
an automobile, write Mr. C. C. Os
borne of Parksville to come over)
and give you a demonstration of the
newest Chevrolet model. This car |
is increasing in popularity and Mr.
Osborne has sold beyond his supply
of cars. However he will not keep
you waiting long, should you give
him an order.
A goodly number of th 3 Edge
field Daughters of the American
Revolutionareavailing themselves of |
the opportunity and privilege of at
tending the State conference which
is in session in Johnston this week.
It will probably be a dozen years
or more before another annual con
ference will be so convenient to
Mr. Benjamin Greneker will en
ter upon his duties in Washington
in the government position some
time the latter part of November.
During his stay in Washington he
will study law at Georgetown Uni
versity and after graduating from
that institution be will take a post
graduate course tn law at Harvard
The teacher, trustees and patrons
of the Flat Rock school are plan
ning an entertainment for Friday
night, December 1, for the benefit
of the school. Whenever the good
people of the Flat Rock section un
dertake anything you can know
that something good is in store
Give those who are interested in
improving the school loyal and
generous support. Oysters will be
served in any style you order.
Rummage and Oyster Sale.
Beginning on Saturday morning,
there will be a Rummage Sale in
the empty store adjoining that of
L. T. May. This sale will continue
through the day, and all sorts of ar
ticles will be for sale.
In addition to this, the ladies will
?ell oyster stew from 12 o'clock on
throughout the afternoon. Those
who like a good ovster stew can
iret it for their dinner and early sup
per. Nothing will be served after
lark. The sale will be in charge of
the W. C. T. JJ.
The fellowing is a copy of invi
tations recently issued by Senator
and Mrs. B. R. Tillman to the mar
riage of their daughter Miss Sallie
May Tillman, a marriage of more
than etate-wide interest:
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ryan Till
requost the honor ot your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr John William Shuler
Wednesday evening November the
at six o'clock
Church of Our Savior
Trenton South Carolina
The following is a copy of invi
vations that have been issued by
Rev. and Mrs. P. P. Blalock to the
marriage of their daughter Miss
Edwardina, who is widely beloved
Rev. and Mrs. Pinckney Pattillo
Blalock request the honor of
your presence at the mar
riage of their daughter
Mr. Ludy James Blakely
on Wednesday evening, November
twenty-ninth, one thousand nine
hundred and sixteen at eight
First Presbyterian Church
Edgefield, South Carolina.
A beautiful line of silks in taffeta
and messaline just received at very
Mukashy Bargain House.
(Continued from First Page.)
nouncement of Miss Thacker's mar
riage for December 12th, she has
been the recipient of many social
The box given her contained
many prctt^ pieces ol' handiwork of
the members. After these had been
viewed, a second came of sweets,
the cakes being heart-shaped and
iced pink. The guests were reluc
tant to leave such pleasant surround
A pleasant meeting of the Apollo
Music Club was held Tuesday af
ternoon with Miss Anna Harms, in
the home of Miss Clara Sawyer.
After a business session presided
over by Mrs. Miras Walker, the
following delightful program was
enjoyed, Miss Clara Sawyer lead
"Life of Scharlotte,"-Mrs. L.
"Influence of Scharlotte,"-Miss
Music,-Miss Emma Bouknight.
"Life of Rossini,"-Mrs. E. 0.
"Story of Opera William Tell,"
Duet-"Overture from William
Tell,"-Mrs. W. F. Scott, and Prof.
The hoBtess served a delicious
?weet course when this had ended.
Mrs. H. G. Eidson has returned
'rom Columbia Hospital, having
lad her tonsils removed.
Mr. Benj. Lewis, who has a po
rtion in Va., is on a visit to his
nother, Mrs. A. P. Lewis.
After spending several months
lere in the home of Mrs. M. A.
tluiett, Mrs. James Huiett with lit
le Gadsden, and the dear little girl,
lave returned to her home in Lilly,
?la. Mrs. Huiett has many warm
rienda here who will miss her and
,he little ones.
Mrs. Frank Bland is at home
rora a visit to her sister, Mrs.
iVelling, at Darlington.
Mrs. A. J. Mobley left last week
'or Auburndale, Fla., to join Mr.
tfobley, and both will spend the
vinter months there.
id ge field Fair Prize Winners.
, Field Crops.
Half bushel best wheat, J. E. Can
Half bushel white corn, J.. E. Can
elou, $1.00. t?;
Half bushel yellow corn, J. T. Mc
Half bushel oats, J. E. Cantelou,
Half bushel pindars, M. M. Padg
Half bushel peas, Mack Quarles,
Half bushel sweet potatoes, Mack
Half bushel Irish potatoes, Mrs
V. S. Adams, $1.00.
Half bushel turnips, W. P. Hamil
Half bushel pop corn, J. H. Doo
Best bale pea vine hay, E. S. John
12 sugar cane, 1-2 gal. syrup from
ame, Miss Sadie Mims, 75c.
Best fleece from Angora goat, J.
I. Cantelou, 75c.
Half bushel apples, Mrs. S. B.
Best cotton stalk, Gutzen Quartes,
Best 1-2 dozen heads collards,
irs. C. A. Long, $1.00.
Half bushel velvet beans, J. ?.
Just received our i
There are some fine
them. Now is the ti
dorse before the rise
10 lbs. domestic soap, Mrs. Mag
gie T. Hill, 5Oe.
Jar leaf lard, Mrs. Albert Lott,
Ham, county raised, Mrs. S. B.
1 side county raised bacon, Mrs.
Joe Smith, 50c.
3 lbs. butter, Mrs. C. A. Wells,
Pound cake, Miss Marjorie Tomp
Jelly cake, Mrs. E. P. Arthur, 25c.
Peck dried apples, Mrs. C. A.
Best Specimens Hermetically Sealed
Fruits and Vegetables.
Peaches, Mrs. C. A. Long, 25c.
Pears, Mrs. Maggie T. Hill, 25c.
Apples, Mrs. P. B. Mayson, 25c.
Cherries, Mrs. S. B. Marsh, 25c.
Plums, Miss Sadie Mims, 25c.
Blackberries, Mrs. Maggie T. Hill,
Okra, Mrs. E. P. Arthur, 25c.
Tomatoes, Miss Sadie Mims, 25c.
Beans, Mrs. C. A. Long, 25c.
Beets, Mrs. C. A. Long, 25c.
Fig, Mrs. S. B. Marsh, 25c.
Apple, Mrs. S. B. Marsh, 25c.
Peach, Miss Sadie Mims, 25c.
Pear, Mrs. A. S. Tompkins, 25e.
Watermelon rind, Mrs. W. S.
Strawberries, Miss Sadie Mims,
Plum, Mrs. G. F. Long, 25c.
Apple, Mrs. B. L. Mims, 25c.
Blackberry, Mrs. G. F. Long, 2Cc.
Scuppernong, Mrs. S. B. Marsh,
Peach, Mrs. G. F. Long, 25c.
Crab apple, Mrs. P. B. Mayson,
Muscadine, Mrs. W. S. Adams,
Blackberry, Mrs. G. F. Long, 25c.
Cherry, Mrs. S. B. Marsh, 25c.
Watermelon rind, Mrs. W. S.
Currant, Mrs. S. B. Marsh, 25c.
Scuppernong, Mrs. S. B. Marsh,
Peach, Mrs. J. T. McManus, 25c.
Watermelon rind, Mrs. S. B.
Cabbage, Miss Sadie Mims, 25c.
Cucumber, Mrs. J. T. McManus,
Artichoke, Miss Sadie Mims, 25c.
Onion, Mrs. W. S. Adams, 25c.
Cucumber, Miss Sarah Collett, 25c.
Cabbage, Mrs. B. L. Mims 25c.
Pepper, Mrs. G. F. Long, 25c.
Chow-chow, Mrs. E. P. Arthur,
Tomato catsup, Miss Sadie Mims,
Red pepper catsup, Mrs. S. B.
Chili sauce, Mrs. E. P. Arthur,
Tomato sauce, Mrs. G. F. Long,
Stallion under 3 years old, W. M.
Pair to harness, 1st prize, G. W.
Pair to harness, 2nd prize, W. W.
Single horse in harness, 1st prize,
ff. W. Reel, $2.00.
Single horse in harness, 2nd piize,
?V. H. Carpenter, $1.00.
Single mare in harness, 1st prize,
Wilbur Yonce, $2.00.
Single mare in harness, 2nd prize.
j1. F. Rainsford, $1.00.
Saddle horse, 1st prize, L. R.
Brunson, Jr., $2.00.
second shipment of
Brood Mares amnog
me to buy a muleor
Saddle horse, 2nd prize, W. H.
Saddle mare, 1st prize, J. M.
Mays, Jr., $2.00.
Saddle mare, 2nd prize, W. E.
Jack and 3 of his get, J. P..
Best Jack, W. A. Mobley, Mgr..
Colt 2 years old, 1st prize, S. B.
Colt 2 years old, 2nd prize, W. L
Mule eolt, under year old, lit
prize, J. R. Strother, $2.00.
Mule colt, under year old, 2nd
prize, J. M. Mays, Jr., $1.00.
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
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of
E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
cough and headache, and works off cold. 25c.
Made from Cream of Tartar
NO ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE
Wanted large tracts of land
wholly or partly under cultivation
or ready to cultivate. Will buy or
rent with privilege to buy or will
buy all produce cash on the land.
Write at once. Brionne Farms Co.
280 Broadway. New York.
Nov. ll, 1916.
Horses, Mules and Brood Mares
at Edgefield, S. C., on Sales
Day in December.
Don't Buy Until You Attend
i This Sale.
J. Perry Waddell
OUR NEW STORE
We want'our Edgefield friends to call to see us at
our new store, 846 Broad, when in Augusta. We
have the largest stock of
that we have ever shown. Large assortment to
select from in each departmeut.
We call especittl attention to our art room, and
invite you to inspect it. It will be a pleasure to us
to show through our new store.
Wm. Schweigert Co.
848 Broad Street
3 and MULES
At Edgefield Court House
Car of Nice Young Stuff1
Sale begins at ll o'clock, rain or sliine
Every animal guaranteed to be as represent
ed. Sold for the highest bid and no bj
Addison & Cooper ]