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Upshaw Defends Southern Valor
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country, 'tis of thee" with as much
love and loyalty as the school boys
and girls north of the Ohio river
Lave sung it for me in recent months
-and when 1 likewise solemnly and
sacredly declare that nowhere on the
American continent will there be
found readier response to the call
of our common country than among
the sons of southern heroes, "griz
zled and gray," who followed Stone
wall Jackson and Robert E. Lee;
nor do I do violence to the ameni
ties or the proprieties of this cru
. cial national hour when, in this
well provoked and natural defense
of my own section I declare that
our nation owes the South a cumu
lative debt of gratitude for nurtur
ing upon her ample and patriotic
bosom, that scholar-statesman of
poise and power. Woodrow Wilson,
who is the impartial president of
the whole nation and the inspiration
of the whole world. Let us be done
-forever done with even the possi
bility of such little sectional flings,
.vhether inadvertent or deliberate,
that "the East can't fight and the
South won't fight."
It is a glorious commentary on
the unbroken and unbreakable soli
darity of our common patriotism
of the complete wiping out of all
political, credai and sectional lines
when senators and congressmen,
North and South, through the corri
dors of the president's heart, in this
pivotal, anxious hour, throwing
their arms of unquestioning faith
and mpport around our nation's
leader who must be for many dark
and trying days "a man of sorrows
and acquainted with grief."
And what true American did not
read today with an unspeakable
thrill of enthusiasm the words of
former President Taft stating Amer
ica's attitude toward German un
surpation with all the clearness and
loyalty of President Wilson himself
-or who did not feel his heart warm
within him or perhaps wipe the
tears from his eyes when he read on
yesterday how Charles Even Hughes
grandly fit to be president, declared
to the Brown university alumni in
New York: "He is our president
now, and all differences shall be for
gotten as we pledge our loyalty to
our president and our country in
this grave and solemn hour!"
And every man sprang to his feet
in thrilling expression of the loft
iest type of our united Americanism.
It is enough. Thank God we haye
^ at last one country, one flag and one
I united purpose, to make that flag a
. protection to each other and a bless
ing to the world.
WILLIAM D. UPSHAW.
Editor The Golden Age, Atlanta,
P. S. Since starting this article
on the train, the news comes that the
inevitable break with Germany has
occurred. And if the worst, God
help us, must com?', the country will
have an "ocular demonstration" of
the fact that the East CAN fight
and the South WILL fight for the
honor and safety of tne Flag we
love. W. D. U.
Grand Jurors 1917.
J S Rodgers, Trenton.
W E Harling, Blocker.
W H Briggs, Meriwether.
J A Timmerman, Edgefield.
John Ransford, Edgefield.
J R Moss, Shaw,
M A Watson, Elmwood.
R A Wash, Moss.
J M Edwards, Johnston.
G D Mims, Callison.
R L Dunovant, Edgefield.
C L Crouch, Shaw.
Hold-Over Grand Jurors:
C C Jones, Antioch.
L H Hamilton, Blocker.
H T Med lock, Meriwether.
JL Miller, Collier.
J M Yann, Trenton.
J W. Mundy, Meriwether.
for 1917, tells about the best
and gives special information cs to
the best crops to grow, both for
profit and home use.
The large increase in our busi
ness which wc have again experi
enced during the past year is the
best of evidence as to the high
Write for catalog end prices of
Grass and Clever Seeds, Seed
Potatoes, vS^ ?ed Oats or any
Farm Seeds reqt:ired.
Cata'cg mni?od free cn requesi.
T W WOOD S'SOftS,
Interesting Letter From Rev
George W. Bussey.
Dear Advertiser: It has bee?
some time since I had a word wit!
you, though I enjoy your week!;
visits as much as ever. It seem
like the visit of an old friend whei
you come. Matters are movin<
smoothly hera in spite of wars am
cold weather. We have had som
of our Edgefield ' boys" up hen
this week, in U. S. court, Messrs
Thurmond and Mays. Though the\
are rising towards the top, I love
to remember them as Edgefield
boys, and their parents as raj
friends of former days. I rejoice
in their success.
We have had a treat in our fami
ly of late to have had my daughter
Hattie with us for several weeks.
She now lives in Chicago. She has
just left us to return home. The
following concerning her departure
appeared in the Greenwood Journal
a few days ago:
"Mrs. Hattie Waldrop returned
yesterday from Spartanburg, where
she went Saturday to visit her un
cle, Mr. J. L. Bushey and other rela
tives. She will start back to Chi
cago, Tuesday but will go by Mar
tin, Ga., and stop a few days with
her brother, Rev. A. W. Bussey on
her wav home. She has just re
ceived a letter from her son who
has returned from the border with
Gen. Pershing's expedition in Mex
ico. He belongs to the infantry
and has been in the army three
years. He has been promoted to
second lieutenant and will enlist for
four more years. Perhaps some of
the young men here remember little
Hugh Gilchrist who went to school
here when a boy. His father, W.
A. Gilchrist, lived here until Gov.
W. A. Gilchrist, his cousin, went
to Waycross, Ga., to take charge
of the development, of Gilchrist
Park which is the largest section of
the city of Waycross. While there
he died, and my daughter married
Mr. Waldrop and moved to Chicago, i
She has two of three sons with her
there, both in business."
My health is fine and I have
plenty work to do.
G. W. Bussey.
Greenwood, S. C.
A SAFE TEST.
For those who are in need of a
remedy for kidney troubles and
backache, it is a good plan to try
Doan's Kidney Pills. They are
strongly recommended by Edge
W. B. Paul, painter and paper-
hanger, Butler St., Edgefield, say?: i
"I was bothered by kidney trouble
nearly all my life. It grew worse
when I had the measles some years
ago. Doan's Kidney Pills removed
the pains and strengthened and reg
ulated the action of my kidneys.
My health became better than it ,
had been in many years." (State
ment given April 12, 1911.)
Over three years later, Mr. Paul
said: "I have very little trouble
with my kidneys now, but when I
am bothered that way, Doan's Kid
ney Pills never fail to relieve me."
Price 5c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Dean's Kidney Pills-the same
that Mr. Paul twice publicly,
recommended. Fo.ster-Milburu Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. V.
Edgefield Colored Fair.
The Fair Association met Febru
ary 12, 1917 and it was decided to
raise the shares from ?5.00 to
$25.00 per share. A committee
was appointedon membership. All
wishing to purchase stock in the
association are refered to A. A..
Cheatham and R. H. Butlei. The
association will meet again in the
near future to make up the pre
mium sheet and decide dates for
holding the 1917 fall fair. Most of
? the merchants and business insti
tutions of the town and county
have promised to give something of
value on the best exhibits shown in
the 1917 fair and their names will
be published in the premium list.
The 1917 fair promises to be the
greatest of fairs. Now is the time
to begin on your exhibits.
J. S. Ramey, Pres.
STOP THAT COUGH!
A hacking cough weakens the
whole system,drains yoi"*en rgy and
gets worse if neglected; ur throat
is raw, your chest aches and you
feel sore all over. Relieve that
cold at once with Dr. King's New
Discovery. The soothing pine bal
sam heals the irritated membranes,
and the antiseptic and laxative
qualities kill the germs and break
up your cold. Don't let a cold lin
ger. Get Dr. King's New Discov
ery to-day at your Druggist, 50. 1
All persons are warned not to
hunt, tish or trespass in any man
ner whatsoever on my lands. T!:e
law will be enforced against all
persons-no exceptions made.
M rs. M. .). ii on is. I
J ^^^^^^^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Y?yr S
I Leading Southern farmers will tell you that 400 pounds of
SWIFT'S RED STEER BRAND FERTILIZERS will make from
i 20 to 50 pounds MORE LINT COTTON PER ACRE than other g ?
brands of fertilizer. Even at 15c per pound, every 10 pounds more
lint per acre reduces your fertilizer cost $7.50 per ton. Figure this
out for yourself. You can prove it this year by using SWIFT'S.
I The reason is that SWIFT'S FERTILIZERS are always made I
from highest quality and highest-priced materials, skilfully com
pounded, double mixed and thoroughly cured.
The difference between SWIFT'S and other fertilizersiWILL
I ALWAYS SHOW UP AT THE SCALES. " 1
This same increased production applies .to all other crops.
I BUY MOW I
I SWIFTS FERT?IZEUS; Sied Steer Brands I
I "It Pays to Use/Them"' I
I SWIFT $k COMPAUY, (FERTILIZER WORKS) I
Sales Office for North and South Carolina, Charlotte, N. C.
Factories: Columbia, S. C., Savannah, Qa., Chester, S. C., Wilmington, N. C.
Five Bays Later Was
Able To Go To Church
WAS SICK IN BED FOR THREE
WEEKS BEFORE SHE STAR
TED TAKING TANLAC. IM:.
COULD NOT KEKP EVEN* COLD WA
TER ox HDR STOMAC? AT ONE
TIME. STRONG AXD HEAR
Though she declared her condi
tion at one time was so bad that she
could not keep even cold water on
her stomaeb, Mrs. J. G. Johnson,
of 587 North Church St., Spartan
burg, declared that Tanlac made
such a rapid improvement in her
condition that it got her out of bed
and enabled her to do light house
work in three days. Mrs. John
son's remarkable statement and en
dorsement of Tanlac follows:
"I had catarrhal fever and what
I think was a slight case of the
grippe. 1 was very much sick at
my stomach and I vomited so much
I could not keep even cold water on
my stomach, much less my food. I
had dizzy, fainting spells a let, too.
I had become so weak and sick that
I had to stay in bed. I stayed in
bed three weeks and could not even
sit up, and I was under treatment
all the time, but I did not seem to
be getting any relief, except that
nausea was helped. I did not gain
any strength at all, though, and 1
finally lost heart in that way of try
ing to regain my strength, and I
threw away all medioines and be
gan taking Tanlac.
"A friend whose husband had
been helped ever so much by it kepi
after me until I began taking this
medicine, and she certainly did me
a great kindness by doing so, too.
"My relief by using Tanlac was
as follows: I was able to be up-and
going to the table and eating a reg
ular meal and doin? light housework
in three days, and in a weak I dis
charged the cook and began doing
my housework by myself. I was
able to go to church five days after
I started taking Tanlac. The Tan
lac gave me back my appetite right
at the start, and soon drove away
that nausea that I then bad at times,
and I could just feel myself getting
stronger right along.
' I never hava known any medi
cine that would make a sick person
fid well so quickly, and especially
one who was as sick as I was. I
just took two bottles and I am fecl
ing line now and am still getting
stronger and heartier, even if it has
been a month since ? look thc lasl
dose of Tanlao. 1 '.IP .1 great deal i
stronger now than I v <s before I ;
got sick, 'Mai I ??? .)> i?: I'-.; h. ! : r
: ealt i-, -!<:J:. ! haw beni ;;; u .u ..; i
. ;>. Tiie Tau?ac sure: t? iii make niel
well quickly. It was just wonder
"Tanlac is due all the praise for
getting me well, too, and I certain
ly do praise Tanlac."
Tanlac, the master medicine is
Edgefield, Penn & Holstein.
^Cold S pringa, 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.
"Have you ever noticed," said
the nervous young man, striving to
make conversation at the tea table,
"that-er-bachelors, as a rule, are
-er-much richer than manied
Yes," replied the masculine look
ing lady, wearing the colors of the
militants, "I have."
Ah! And how do you account
'Very simple. Poor men marry
and rich men don't. Men aie al
ways readier to divide nothing with
a woman than something."
Just received a big shipment of
ladies silk hose, 50c, 75c and $1.00,
white and black at
The profits you take out ol
ly upon the fertilizer you
crops of corn-cotton-tm
for years the standard f?rtil
making it more prolific. 9C
of cotton per acre, are not c
followed their use on Sout1
York Physician Will Refuse to
Write Whiskey Prescririons.
They were discussing the DuRant
quart a month bill in a York county
drug store the other day after it had
passed the senate and a certain well
known doctor delivered himself of
"Well, if it is passed I am one
physician who wilf absolutely re
fuse to write a prescription for li
quor for anybody or under any cir
cumstances. If the bili becomes a
law physicians will be continually
almost worried to death. Every
booze fighter and most of the booze
fighter's friends will be seeking pre
scriptions. Suppose you do write
them. The records of the clerk of
court's office will be open for in
spection and it could easily be seen
that not only I, but every physician
was writing scores of whiskey pre
scriptions. Then some folks would
say that I am selling liquor pre
scriptions. No sir, none of that for
me. I remember how it was several
years ago when the drug stores sold
liquor on presmp:ions of physicians.
I was pestered to death for prescrip
tions and I have actually had peo
ple to steal my prescription blanks
from my pockets and forue my
name to prescriptions for liquor.
No, sir I will not write a prescrip
tion for liquor for my best friend."
- Yorkville Enquirer.
FOR SALE:-Alexander's Im
proved Long Staple cotton seed at
?1.50 per bushel.
W. L. Dunovant,
2-7-41. Edgefield, S. C.
i your land depend large
put into it! For bumper \I
ck-use Planters Fertilizers
iizer for enriching the soil and
I to 95 bushels of corn-1 to 2 ba
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s are big crop producers. They
e money in the bank for YO
' Them This Year-Get \
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TWO CARS OF WAGONS.
We desire to inform our farmer
friends that we were never bet
ter prepared to serve them. We
have just received two car loads of
the celebrated Thornhill wagons.
There is nothing better on the mar
ket for the money. We have all
sizes, from the one-horse up to the
very heavy wagons. Having bought
in large quantities direct from the
factory, we are in position to make
very interesting: prices. See us be
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ard 'Trade-Mark on every