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Camp Branch Dots.
We continue to have very dry,
^Dut beautiful weather, and hope we
will soon have rain as the grain
will soon be dying. Am afraid w*>
?will have bad roads Xmas, so "Old
Santa" can't get around and that
?would be too bad.
Mr. Trap Burton moved bis saw
mill near here. Guess he thought
be might as well move it, as he
9r>ent a good deal of his time in
this communi.y any way. He
will do better work now.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bartley, from
McCormick, were welcome visitors
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will
DeLaaghter Saturday. They re
turned home Sunday afternoon.
Miss Helen Stratton made a busi
ness trip to Edgefield Saturday and
spent a delightful day with Miss
Lila DeLaughter on Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. R. DeLaughter and
two daughters, Mel rie and Lou,
spent a pleasant day with Mr. and
Mrs. N. B. Bartley Sunday.
Mrs Tom Wood and daughter,
Mi?"? Ada, mad? a business trip to
vVe are sorry to hear of the ill
ness of Mr. Charlie Lanier. Hope
him a speedv recovery.
Mrs. Jeanie Glanton, and little
Miss Jennie McDaniel spent the
week end with Mrs. O. M. Burnett.
We are expecting new neighbors
in our community soon, a Mr. Mo
Intosh from North Carolina. We
know he will be a welcome neigh
bor, as be bas some pretty daugh
ters and sons.
Mr. Luther Timmerman came
through here a few days ago deliv
ering fruit trees and trading horses.
Wo are expecting a grand dinner
Thanksgiving as Mr. John Burnett
caught a big fat 'possum a few
nights ago. Camp Branch.
SLOAN'S LINIMENT FOR STIFF
Rhuematic/pains and aches get
into^ttoe^^mits and muscles, making
every movement torture. Relieve
your suffering with Sloan's Lini
ment; it quickly penetrates without
rubbing and soothes and warms
your sore muscles. The congested
blood is stimulated to action; a sin
gle application will drive the pain.
Sloan's Liniment is clean, conve
nient and quickly effective, it does
not stain tbVskin or clog the pores.
Get a bottle to-day at your drug
gist, 25c. 2
Honor Roll Edgefield Graded
First grade-Fitzmaurice Byrd,
Byrnes Ouzt?, Carolyn Dorn, Hi
ram Lowe, Ned Nicholson, Dorothy I
Hart, Maizie Kemp, J R Timmer
man, Dorothy Sheppard, Alice
Hume, Lucy McManus.
Advanced first-Margie Pres
cott, Ralph Quarles Morris Ruben
.stein, Mary Thurmond.
Second grade-Margaret Strom,
Effie Allen Lott, Martha Thurmond,
Frances Louise Townsend, June
"Nicholson, Sara Hughes, Mary |
Lynch, Frances Wells, William I
.Cogburn, Orlando Morgan.
Third grade-Mary Lily Byrd,
Louise Quarles, Julia Strom, John
Feltham, Albert Rainsford, Kathryn
Stewart, Renaud Shannonhouse,
Hansford Mims, Luther Johnson,
Carrie Dunovant, Dancel Ripley,
Fourth grade-Felicia Mims,
Robert Tompkins. Mary Marsh,
Jack Feltham, Royal Shannon
house, Rhett Morgan, Lucy Shep
pard, Elizabeth Paul.
Fifth grade-Isabel Byrd, Ben
j ;min Cogburn, Gladys Lawton,
jAhn Wells, Elizabeth Lott, Mary
L 'on, Edwin Rives, Wallace Shep
Sixth grade-Lillian Pattison,
Mitchell Wells, Geo, Tompkins,
Raymond Folk, Robert Ouzts,
Eleanor Miras, Sam Paul, Helen
Nicholson, Gertrude Thurmond,
William Strom, Corrie Cheatham,
Seventh grade-William Folk,
Ruth Paul, Rhae Timmerman, Ed
gar Padgett, Dixon Timmermau,
William Jones, Mary Nicholson.
Eighth grade-Frances Jones,
Edith Ouzts, Fanny Ouzts.
Ninth grade-Edwin Folk, Mar
garet Blocker, Grace Tompkins,
. James Sharpton, Ilene Harling,
Gladys Lyon, William Gaines.
Tenth grade-Margaret May,
Willie Peak, Brooke Jones, Neta
Ouzts, Eugene Timmons.
Eleventh grader-Onida Pattison,
Emmie Broadwater, Pearl Quarles.
" Horn's Creek Happenings.
(Written for Last Week.)
We are not all quite frozen np
yet but my how this cold weather
does pinch after having such a de
lightful fall. We can see the fa?
mers on all sides rejoicing over 20
cents cotton, and as everything else
is so high in proportion to cotton,
the farmers have agreed to stop
eating, and wear no clothes, so we
hope the good Lord will send ns no
more cold weather.
We wonder what the bird hun te is
are going to do for game on
Thanksgiving day with the hunting
law. We hope they wont forget the j
law, and meet with the sad acci
dent that Mr. MoDade, of Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. John Mays attend
ed the crystal anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry . Cooper of Pine
Crest on last Tuesday night.
Mr. S. L. Witaker, Mrs. C. A.
Wells, Mrs. Jessie Grafton aud chil
dren motored to Augusta last Mon
day leaving here at three o'clock,
spending one hour in the city, then
returned to supper. Th6 beauty of
the trip was Mrs. Crafton ran the
Mrs. C. A. Wells spent Friday
and Saturday at Belvedere with her
sister and brother, taking in the
Georgia Carolina Fair.
"Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Smith's baby
has been quite sick foi the past
week. Glad to say it is so much
better at this writing.
Mrs. Carrie Mays, who has been
on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Mavs, is now visiting in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Wells. While
Miss Carne was at Mr. Mays Miss
Fannie Sullivan carried her to Au
gusta to the big fair.
Mr. Floyd Rainsford says he can
sing rook-a-bye baby to a finish now
as he has to practice it every night.
Mrs. A.A. Wells and Mrs. Carrie
Mays spent Friday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Miller.
Mr. Pierce, Ernest, Morris Ryan,
and sister Una, all attended the
fair in Augusta last week. Each one
reports having a grand time.
Miss Annie Roper, who has been
staying in the home of Dr. R. H.
Nicholson, of your town for the
past month, has returned home to
the delight of her many friends.
Mr. C. A. Wells, and two daugh
ters, Elizabeth and Mary Lillie and
Annie Louise Crafton, passed
through your town Saturday en
route to Augusta, Mr. Wells hav
ing to stop at Mr. Paul's garage to
have some work done on the car.
While Mr. Paul was doing the
work, be was pouring molasses in
Miss Elizabeth Wells and Annie
Louise Grafton's ears, being assisted
by Mr. Bee, iu the latter.
BACKACHE IS DISCOURAG
But Not So Bad If You Know
How to Reach the Cause.
Nothing more discouraging than
a constant backache. Lame when
you awaken, pains pierce you when
you bend or lift. It's hard to work
or to rest. Backache often indicates
bad kidneys. Edyefield people re
commend Doan's Kidney Piils.
Read this case:
Mrs E P Jackson, Cedar Row,
Edirefield, says: "I suffered gieuly
from a weak and lame back, which
became so bad that I could hardly
get around. My sides and hips also
got sore and lame and loss of sleep
made me weak and exhausted.
Doan's Kidney Pills rid me of the
attack." (Statement given April
Over three years later, Mrs Jack
son said: "My back or kidneys sel
dom trouble rae now, but when they
do. Doan's Kidney Pills always give
me quick relief."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's kidney pills-the same
that cured Mrs. Jackson. Foster
MilburnCo., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
LOST: One red sow with a few
black spots on body, very short tail,
will weigh about one hundred and
twenty-five pounds. A liberal re
ward will be paid to any person
who will catch her and inform N.
Nov. 21, 1916.
- FOR RENT-A nine-room resi
dence on Columbia street. Good
garden, servant's house, barn, etc.
Apply to M. C. Parker.
(Continued from First Page.)
Blount, 3rd., drew ribbons which
marked the bridal pathway.
Mis. J. D. Miller, a sister of the
bride, was dame of honor, and wore
a charming gown of green with gold
trimmings, a green and gold hat,
and oarried pink chrysanthemums.
The maid of honor, Miss Mary
Quarles, of Abbeville, was gowned
io a costume of pink crepe meteor,
with silver trimmings, silver and
pink hat, carrying an armful of
pink roses. ,
Little Susie Blount bore the wed
ding ring in on a pink chrysanthe
The groom entered with his bro
ther, Grier Sherard as best man,
and the bride came in on the arm
of her father, and the two met un
der the canopp of flowers, Rev. J.
H. Thacker pronouncing the solemn
words that united these two lives.
Melody of love was softly played
during the ceremony. The bride
appeared very attractive and pretti
ly dressed in a blue chiffon broad
cloth coat sait, with bat, gloves and
shoes of gray, and carried roses and
lillies of the valley.
After hearty congratulations and
good wishes, all were served with
an elaborate salad course, coffee
and whipped cream.
Later, the happy pair left on the
Southern for Florida and other
points to spend their honeymoon.
There were many beautiful gifts
of cut glass, silver and china.
Those present were, Mr. and Mrs
Lewis Blount, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Miller, Mr. and Mr. Henry
Blount, Messrs Henry Longshore,
Grier Sherard, W. J. Reid, J. W.
Calvert, Walter, Frank and Tom
Sherard, C. E. Evans and W. J.
Edwards, of Abbeville. Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Graham, of Denmark,
and Misses Marion Mobley, Maud
and Glady Sawyer, and Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Toney, of Johnston.
Mr. W. T. Roland has returned
from a months stay with his two
daughters in Newberry.
Miss Hortense Padgett, and lit
tle Margaret, and Elliott Lewis went
to Florence on Wednesday to spend
Thanksgiving with their cousin,
Mrs. Frank Landrum. Miss Helen
Lewis, who is teaching at Harts
ville, will join them there.
Mr. J. A. Lott went to Atlanta
Sunday to accompany Mrs. Lott
and little Marion home. Marion is
now much improved after the oper
ation and month's treatment, and
we trust that he can soon be about
with his little friends and play*
Miss Pluma Watson has returned
from a visit to Augusta.
Miss Eula Satcher spent last week
in Augusta in the home of her bro
ther, E. W. Satcher.
Mr9. David Moorer, of Fairfax,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Kenney.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wertz, and
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wertz, of Co
lumbia, are guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Wertz.
Thanksgiving day will be ob
served here, and a union service
has been arranged for to be held in
the Baptist church. The choirs of
the churches will furnish the music,
and Rev. E. C. Bailey, of Edgefield,
will preach a Thanksgiving sermon.
Miss Ruth Coleman has returned
to Aiken, after a visit to ber sister,
Mrs. W. E. LaGrone.
Mrs. Eleanor Ivey, who has been
spending the past year with her
daughter, Mrs. E. A. Schnell, in
Greenwich, Conn., is at her home
here, the latter accompanying ber.
She is in a very feeble state, and
was first carried to the home of her
brother in Florida, in hopes of im
provement. Mrs. Ivey :s one of
the town's oldest inhabitants and
bas many warm friends here who
regret her condition.
Mrs. S. G. Mobley is spending
awhile at Hartville with her daugh"
ter, Miss Mary Lucia Mobley.
INACTIVITY CAUSES CONSTIPATION
Lack of exercise in the winter is
a frequent cause of constipation.
You feel heavy, dull and listless,
3 our complexion is sallow and pimp
ly, and energy at low ebb. Clean
up the condition at once with Dr.
King's New Life Pills, a mild laxa
tive that relieves the congested in
. stincts without griping. A dose
[ before retiring will assure you a
full and easy movement in the
morning, 25c. at your Druggist. 2
Honor foll of Berea School.
First grade: Maude Harling
Second grade: Aileen Byrd
Fifth grade: Fair Nicholson.
Eighth grade: Roy Harling,
Need a suit, try a "new style'
this time and you'll not regret it
In mixtures and solid colors, $17.51
F. G. Mertins, Augusta, Ga.
*.'.. ' C ii ?
We have in stock a good line of
pretty Table Damasks and Merce
rized Doilies for that Thanksgiving
Now lets all be thankful for our
year of prosperity and many bless
Remember we close the store on
Thursday, the 30th.
The Corner Store
W. H. TURNER ESTATE
Doctor's Praise Is
Triumph for Tanlac.
ATLANTA PHYSICIAN'S WIFE
GAINED 15 POUNDS, HE
"I AM OBLIGED TO THINK WELL
Or A MEDICINE THAT AC
COMPLISHED WHAT TANLAC
Dr. J. L. E. Brantley, a promi
nent practicing Atlanta physician,
residing at 605 South Pryor street,
went into Jacob's Pharmacy to pur
chase another bottle of Tanlac
for his wife, and made the fol
lowing statement regarding the
benefits she has derived from the
"I am obliged to think well of a
medicine that accomplished what
Tanlac has in my wife's case. She
has gained all of fifteen pounds on
three bottles of the medicine and
she is now a well woman in every
"She has suffered from indiges
tion and nervousness since 1909.
She ooald not regain anything
scarcely on her stomach and she
was troubled a great deal by tl e
formation of gas. She suffered
constantly with headaches and
backaches and was nauseated more
or less all the time. She could
not sleep or rest well at all on
account of her nervous condition,
and she became very weak and
"I decided to buy Tanlac for her
because it was highly recommended
for troubles like hers, and I am
glad to say the results have been
most gratifying. She eats any
thing she wants now and her stom
ach is all right. Gas has stopped
forming and she retains and digests
her food properly and has built up
wonderfully. The headaches and
pains in her back are broken up and
she sleeps well every night. I con
sider her improvement almost
rem ai kable, and I can now re
commend Tanlac for what it has
done for her."
Coming from the high source it
does, and especially from a member
of the medical profession, this
straightforward utterance of Dr.
Brantley is more than a recom
mendation. It is a triumph. Tan
lac, nature's great vegetable tonio,
corrective and system building, is
truly one of the greatest discoveries
of the decade, and the best evidence
of this is the confidence and high
esteem in which it is held. Not
only by the great masses of people
No other medicine has ever estab
lished tho reputation Tanlac has
nor any other received the high en
dorsement of medical men and
Edgefield, Penn & Holstein.
Cold Springs, H Ernest Quarles.
Edgefield, R F D No 2, J. H.
Johnston, Johnston Drug Com
Modoc, G C McDaniel.
Parksville, Robertson & Com
Plum Branch, J W Bracknell &
Plum Branch, R F D No 2, E P
Winn & Bro.
Trenton, G W Wise.
ELECTRIC THE BEST TONIC'
111 A 1 ?n? Family Medicine.
Notice of Final Set
tlement of Estate.
All persons interested in the es
tate of Martin Yonce, will take no
tice, that we will apply to the Pro
bate Judge for Edgefield County on
Thursday the 21st day of December
Prox., at eleven o'clock a. m., of
said day, or as soon thereafter as
practicable, for a final discharge
from the office of Executor of the
estate of the said Martin Yonce.
All persons indebted to said estate
will settle by said day; and all per
sons having claims against said es
tate will present them to the under
signed, or to Messrs. Sheppard
Bros., at Edgefield S. C., for pay
ment on or by said day.
J. M. Yonce,
J. T. Moyer,
Sheppard Bros., Attorneys.
Piles Cared in 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money ii PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleedingor Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c.
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cured for our various grades of clothing.
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