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Office No. 61. M
es i den ce, No. 1 7.
'ednesdayy Jan. 3.
I/K L AND PERSONAL.
nd Mrs. Arthur L. Gunter
v; relatives in Leesville several
Sir James Cothran of Abbeville
b - ? spending the past week,
in Etfgefield with relatives.
M.T? i'd Mrs. N. M. Jones are the
pr- ors of a Ford of the latest
V * Ruth Timmerman spent
s. in Augusta last week
wit i . .tives.
&1 PH Ruth Lyon spent last week
wit! hei sister, Mrs. Minnie Lan
h ii rrar,North Augusta.
M .and Mrs. P. F?. Day, Jr.,
spi .?t Thursday in Ed gefiel d with
Mrs. Day's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James T. Mims. f
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Smith and
Mrs. J. L. Morgan spent Christmas
day in Columbia as guests of Gen.
and Mrs. U. R. Brooks.
Mr Arnoldus Lewis who holds a
lucrative position in Columbia spent
a portion of the holiday season in
Edenfield with Mr. and Mrs.
E. Ii Folk.
Mr. awi Mrs. W. T. Prescott,
accompanied by their children, spent
ccveral days of the festive season
n Springfield with Mrs. Prescott's
'Hie members of the Baptist con
1.1 <..- i were thoughtful of their
pastor, presenting him with a purse
oi $50.00 Christmas morning.
M rs C. M. Mellichamp and her
"JW0 ''vAc children have been spend
i' g the past week with her parents.
Ti J- and Mrs. J. W. Morgau.
Mrs. J. W. Cheatbam spent the
holiday season very pleasantly in
Mc Rea, Ga., visiting Mr. J. B.
? >- T! '- ru, a brother of Mr. J. W.
Miss Onida Landy, the ch.;'-ming
d:?nf>ht?>V of Mr, Robert Lundy ol'
Au>fu<<ta. has been a gue"*', in the
b< ne of Mrs. A. Edmunds.
Mr. Waller L. Holston and Mr.
0. A. Kinnaild have resigned llieir
lotions with Mr. L. T. May and
I? !'ac employed Mr. Hamp Smiib
Mrs. Ijelton Rambo, nee Mins
T?) a F<<n u lids, enme up from An
gtisi ; and spent several dave bere
. " bor'parent?, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1
Mr. Abney Parks, than whom
tin i- no more industrious young
nrr in the county, has reu'.ed tl!*"
farufoF Mr. J S. Smith beyond
t! .. Lrpsile whore Mrs. Charlie
i-l i?! ?cs resided.
*. rs. Charlie Quailes has moved
br . to ber farm in the Red Hill
c< II rn ii ni ty. Since they moved to
F.': fi' ld several years ago
-'fiarles and ber family have
n many ftiends here who regio'
to see them leave.
Mr. C. R. Dobs ; lias ?ow*
from Greelish...o, Ii. o., tu
vi- his mother, Mrs. Emma N.
D 1 on. Mr. Dobson has a large
si: , su>re in Greensboro that he
li. ' en giving personal attention
to iring the past few mouths.
Misses Madge and Mazie Mays
c;:'? ii ?town from Greenwood and
wp'-??'. their annual Christmas vaca
ti< M with their father, Coi. S. B.
M . 4. Both of these talented
y< >;.. r ladies teach in the Green
?'?(!<! high school.
If thc penalty has been added to
yen.i ?axes, nobody's to blame but
yourself. Don't say ugly words or
thi..k ugly thoughts about the
treasurer or auditor, for in adding
tin- penalty they have only done
what the law required them to do.
Mrs. Marion Childress of Greer
i< A welcome holiday visitor in
Ei!.<!Nd, dividing the time be
twci II relatives here and at John
st- Her two bright and popular
!:.!'" sons, Luther and Benjamin
Jete--, reside in Ed gefiel d with their
gfa* d-not her, Mrs. Hettie Jones,
and attend school.
A h st bf young teachers came
ho ie f >r the holidays, among them
hui-ig 'iss Lillian Smith from Co
I mhia Miss Pauline Byrd from
i Mi.-as' r, Miss Mamie Dunovant
I <:i Dirlington, Miss Ida Lou
I organ Oom VVinnsboro,Miss Lillie
? ot jr1 ti from Aiken, Mi*s Royal
J vak fi'om C4roftl*yville. Mil's Flor
ence F-ik from Heath Springs.
Miss Martha Boozer of Col um
has been the guest of Miss Mar
Bailey for the past week.
Mr. James Timmerman, Jr., <
be found by his friends at the Lyi
drug store, where he will give th
a cordial greeting.
Mrs. James S. Byrd and her i
tittie children returnee! hist ni?
from Columbia, where they sp
the holidays with Mr. and M
Mr. William Onzts who is n
filling a lucrative position with i
Back-Eye Oil Company oi Ango
spent the early part ol " e w<
here with his parents; Air. and M
J. P. Ouzts.
Maj. R. S. Anderson and Mr.
S. Smith came down from Wai
ington to spend Christmas wi
their families. Both of ibero w<
very cordially greeted by tin
Miss Mamie. Cheatham who li
been teaching the Mt. Zion soho
for the past three years spent t
holiday season at home with h
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Che:
Young gentlemen from a distan
were attentive visitors on Column
street, Jeter street and in Buncoml
during the holidays. The Adver
ser will not call names yet.
Ur. B. F. Jones spent the 27
and 28th of December in Atlan
attending the annual meeting i
the Southeastern Association <
Veterinarians. He was accouip
nied by Mr. Otis Quarles.
Miss Tillie Youngblood of A
gusta has been spending the pa
week with her sisters, Miss Cot?
Ypungblood and Miss Nannie Sri
fin. The friends of M ?ss Cou
deeply regret that she is ill at ht
" Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Key wei
made happy by having ail of the;
children with them last week. Mr.?
Hal Beman came up from August
and Mr. Jul i in Key and Mr. Charl i
Key from Columbia.
Miss Virgiuia Simkins has bee
employed again in 'he engrossinj
department during the session u
the legislature. She is a very skill
ed stenographer and has been en
gaged in this special department fo
The Edgefie?d t.'zafo of Mi
Mack Davis v. ill egret to lea: n o
oi" his death which occurred at he
home in Mississippi the 20ifc of Dc
cern ber. Besides his wife, 'Iowa*
Miss Birdie Sjbeuk, be leaves foin
cuiL'^en. M?. Davis d' ? . ?j
My. L?v? Qna'-les who occupier!
i e home o" Mi. S. B. Ni .'.-.<u ii
the iJu.f l'O -ti'i- .^s OL Etig<vfiel?1
la.?i. ve ? ." li. pmc?i?sr3 fv ni tn
i.'.f ('!? ". s*> c-'on arc! h?\ moyed
..?s FamPy lc ?i's n<"v!\ pnic
home. He wi!' coir.-ituu? 'lUsvc v?-i
lo pe ci) *" co Lon 6eeo iii ih^ifitlgi
field ina. U^l.
M.. W. M IT. '"ng is SP ;Hg ;?
good example to o.,i e ".len m iv
?ield, i'.-;vci..My yonng inen. T : ea*1
.if speiic''-?3 his earnings in , vi
g :i!t living, he ?sinvealirg in Edite
?ield real rvute. His : pw
ubi "i w?/ tee bvicV stOie tiiav he
K: iou *. ?.-in "C-1;! . O. P. L ' 'tt
The b.-'-'di. ia occuoi' f- bv V ?
yt. Thnr-j .
M". Geooe >. ; ' .' f.r .m
nanin by his bv**ie. ?.Mts.' ibiou?
Ecb.Kiield SaVsi'u;<v while -il rou <.
Lo lt's ?tome in the-Rehoboth-Plum
Brunch section. Mr. and M?s.
Catilect';'7. wV?e heartily con gratti b
led by a number of their Edgeb'ehl
friends who wish them everv poss
ble blessing during their fut nie
Mrs. T. G. Smith of the Harmo
ny-Trenton community was made
very happv bast week by having all
of her children with her during the
parly part of the week. Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Carpenter came down
from Gastonia, N. C., Mr. and Mrs.
R.E. Carpenter from Shelby, N. C.,
aud Mr. and Mr?. W. M. Kubanks
came up from Aiken.
Mr. J. T. McClung has resigned
his position with the Lynch drug
store and has accepted a position as
pharmacist with the Taylor Drug
Company of Columbia. He is a
full graduate of the Atlanta College
of Pharmacy and is well equipped j
for his work. The Advertiser wishes j
him well in his new field.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Morgan
came over from Georgetown last
week to visit Mr. Morgan's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. He
returned to Georgetown Thursday
but Mrs. Morgan will remain with
Edgetield relatives several days.
The friends of ('alvin will be pleas
ed to learn that he is making good
- has made good, in fact-as mau
;i?er of a large mercantile establish
The next Lycr?Ti entertainment will
be given in tho opera house by Pack
ard, the master Amencau cartoonist.
Tuesday night, January J6.
Mrs. H. C. Porter and her sweet
little ..daughter spent a portion o'
last week in Batesburg with rela
Mr. DeLoach Warren has resign
eel his pos'.ion with Dunovant <fc
Corapanv tu accept a position with
\Y\ W. Adams & Co.
There will be service in the Epia
copal church here next Sunday at
11:15 and in the Trenton Episcopal
church at 4:00 P. M.
M?-. W. S. G. Heath came np
from Augusta and spent Saturday
and Sunday out among friends' of
?.he Antioch section.
Another sweet little girl has been
added to the home circle of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Lynch and the fond
parents are receiving congratula-1
lions of their friends.
Miss Effie Broadwater, a charm
ing young lady of Augusta, has
been spending th*' past week here
with her cousin, Mrs. Harry Strom.
. Bargains in ladies' shoes. We
are offering 5 ' pairs of ladies' shoes
for ?1.10 the pair. V/J have your
size-1 to 3 1-2. ?
. The Corner Store.
Mr. W. P. Johnson aud his fami
ly of Johnston spent on? 'Tay of the
festive season with his brollar, Mr.
E. S. Johnson.
' Attention is directed to the follow
ing new advertisements this week:!
Collett & 21 itchell, The Corner Store.
E. S. Rives, ! :\ u. F. J. r.es, >)aitch
Bargain House, Hubenstein, Mukashy
Bargain House, L. T. il ay and J. Per
Dr. W. S. Currell, thc president of
the University of South Carolina, will
address the county teachers' associa
tion Saturday, January 13. He should
be greeted by a large audience.
Tbe Adverser extends sincere
congratulations to Mr. and Mrs
Walter Allen of Fruit Hill, whose
marriage is reported by our John
ston coi respondent. ?
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Holstou and
theil little daughter, Ethl.vn, and
Miss Pearl Harven of Augusta vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Johnsen
during the holidays. ?
Buncombe extends an affectionate
welcome io (mle Thomas il ott
Kernaghan who has come to brigh
en the home of Mr. and M'-s. L. S.
Miss Sunie Talbert had at- ber
guests for4'- '-ice Friday eight
Misses Annie Smith, ^lizaoeth
Adams a "1 Mildi- 1 dwells frc m
Dr. T. S. liv rd ar. ! Mr. J. L
Mbns will a .end the district con j
I'ttUlio ' ol' Knights ot* Pythias a;
Join,M,in Fi id n .. i j| resent; 'i ? -1
of ihe E ' eliviu lodge. .
The handsome brick mansion ;
near tV D-.HHC square is new prc 1
?ideo v,:r /- :i little queen but a j
lew lu di ? Mr. and Mrs. H.
'1. Si)nomi's ?ie warmly congratula
ted over -,fv coming.
Mr. Harry Strom h.is been em
ployed as salesman for the new year
bi Duiiovanl ? Company. Ile wil'
live his friends hearty welcome
wile? they ca'.' it thispopnlar store.
W' -- VuditorJ. B, Timmerman
. > bi >*e ti re:<eu Uti ve. Mr. J. I?
- '.?'>-. s Y .?on ihp taxpayer of
! i" i ei i ? i t lownsbip. January 18,
bc ?. ii. sio:> au Thurmond'8''-Uno to
rcoeiye ) eui mn.
A helpful New Year sermon will
be pieached this Sunday norning at
the Pres'oyteiian church in this
?dace, and at night to the Trenton
congregation. Let us bagin the
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Nicholson
now occupy their home iii poi thorn
ridgefield and Mr. and Mrs. Daitch
have moved into the new collage of
Mr. J. R. Scan ty on Jeter si?r
where Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson foi
Mr. Ed wai 1 Lynch was a wei
eerie vWlor in Edge?eld du
ring the holidays. He has been
localed in Roland, N. C., tor the
past year hui will soon, -move to
Wilson, of thc same Siav3, to prac
Another Veteran Taken.
Mr. E, S. Johnson, our fellow towns
mt'n, has the sympathy of his friends
in the death of his father which oc
curred at his home in Gr?nitevi!le Sun
day, December 23. Mr. Johnson ren
dertJ gallant service during the four
years of the Civil War and all through
his long life of 73 years has made an
exemplary cit'ren. He was a native
of this county and his body was laid to
rest in the Johnston cemetery.
TO Prevent Blood Poisoning
jpply at ouce thc wonderful old reliable Dk
?OKTjtR'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. a sur
ificil <lressi;iK fiat reliever; pain and lirais c
. lie same tin'e. Not P. liniment iSc.?* Vii?
The year 1916 has been the best with
me since I have been in Edge?eld, and
I desire to thank the people for the
large amount of business given me, and
wish them all a new year of prosperity
In future I shall keep a large stock
as heretofore, and will sell just as rea
sonable as possible, making it to the
interest of the people to continue to
patronize me. We hope to hold all our
old friends and make many new ones
A Voice From Oconee.
(Continued from Page Seven.)
s; o !d have a chanco '.o see ibe city
i-i Wallington before they die
1 el! Jim Mobley io luuk out, I
ve bi 2P appointer! magistrate on
e Coiima?K?hig General's spiff
T am '..oin? lo have a Confed
. ate ?cv ui'iTorm, a lons jim
* -ini-'". ami I m tv iauk him in
A ashingion. ?
A?* I hgv*? ab-eid- slafH, wc
f.Vfc tiOf i ,; .. SLOW, hut ?rt; a s
I :Mgsomo e\-H weather, the ihcv
.I!omelet* BlHiids fi'om 16 to 20, al
though fair and bii.' i< . The co!.',
i-," d of winter bas sp:ead ils icy
. i. er- over held and forest, ami
everv thing apparently is dead in
The calico hawks are very num
erous in this county, for they are
swooping down almost daily catch
ing their p? ey and taking it off tc
matrimonial Melds. But UH vise
man said, whoso finde'h a wife ii nu
e a good tiling md obuineth la
vor of the Loni. Notice the phias
eo! )g\-a good wife, Prov. 18-22.
J. Kussel! Wright
Woman's Chtistian Temperance
The first meeting of the W. C.
T. li. for the year 1)17 will meet
on next Monday, Jan. 8, with Mis.
W. EL Swearingen in east Edge
The progra nme will consist of
talks on The Union Signal, Pal
metto While Ribbon and The An
nual Leaflet by va'rious members.
Arrangements will be made for the
entertainment of the County Teach
ers' Association, and a full attend
ance is desired.
Wednesday afternoon, December 27,
Miss Nellie Hill and Mr. J. 0. Williams
were married at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Maggie Hill,
three miles north of Edgefield. Their
marriage was a very quiet one, only
the members of the immediate families
of the bride and groom being present.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
P. B.- Lanham. The bride is the only
daughter of Mrs. Maggie Hill. Since
her graduation from Winthrop college
she has been a very successful teacher.
The groom is the eldest son of Mr. C.
M. Williams and one of the most suc
cessful farmers of the Cleora section.
The Advertiser extends hearty con
gratulations ;o these young friehds.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
Thc OM Standard general strfnRtheniriK tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TuNIC.drivcs oui
Malaria.cnrichcs thc blood, builds up thc systnn.
A true Tonic For adults and children. Sl'c
i COLLETT & MITCHELL
B We are deeply grateful for the liberal patronage
of 1010 and solicit a continuance for 1917, at
the same time wishing all of our friends
much success and happiness for the
" New lear.
Pure Drugs and Fancy Groceries |
We Thank Our Friends
We desire to thank our friends and
the Edgefield people generally for the
generous patronage given us since we
came to Edgefield. We shall continue
to carry a large stock of dependable
merchandise, and will appreciate a gen
erous patronage in the future.
Daitch Bros. Bargain House
Next Door to Farmers Bank