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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, Mar. 21
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Sarah Mell of Augusta is the
guest of Miss June Nicholson.
Mr. George T. Ennett of New-)
bern, N. C., is spending some tim<
Miss Elberta Bhnd of Aiken, has
been the guest of Miss Annie Bee
during the past week.
Miss Minna Bee arrived Saturday
from Estill, where she bas beet
making her home since November.
Miss Mertis Redd of Augusts
. has been a guest in the home of
Mr. L. H. Prescott the past week.
Mrs. William S. Boyd of Salters j
Station is here visiting her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. P. P. Blalock.
Mr. E. J. Norris is the happy
possessor of a 1917-model Chevro
let car, having made the purchase
from Dr. A. H. Corley,
Mr. P. M. Market has been a
welcomed visitor here this week,
being one of the attendants upon
Mrs. J. H. Tompkins and her
two little children have returned
from a sojourn of a month in Gains
ville, Fla., with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crews are
now domiciled in their pretty new
cottage. This new residence is a
valuable addition to Jeter street.
Mrs. Victoria Fitch of Spartan
burg, is the guest of Mrs. Kate
Kernaghan. She was a sister of
the late Clinton Ward.
Miss Sammie Waldrop, who is
teaching in Leesville and Miss Erin)
Waldrop of Enoree spent the week
end, here with Mrs. O. B. Anderson.
Miss Pearl Padgett no longer
climbs the Buncombe hill along
with the other pedestrians, but
glides smoothly along in her new
Mr. J. S. Smith is enjoying at j
home the interim between the re-1
cent session and the called session
of congress. He will probably re
turn to Washington about the mid
dle of April.
For Sale-500 bushels of shelled
M. J. Miller.
Trenton, S. C.
Mr. W. T. Prescott has rented
"Rose Cottage," the home Rev. and
Mrs. J. T. Littlejohn, and moved
Jbis family to Red Hill last week.
He will continue to teach the Col
liers school until the close of the
session. Mr. Prescott's post office
is now Modoc (R. F. D.) instead of
The work of enlarging and re
modeling the residence of Dr. B. F.
Jones in North Edgefield is pro
gressing rapidly under the direction
of Mr. W. R. Covar. Dr. Jones
'will have water, electric lights, base
ment heat, sleeping-porches and
every other modern feature and
We deeply regret that our friend
Jack Harling, of Collier, has had a
return of the physical jlls of which
he was a victim a year or two ago.
Mrs. Harling was in Edgefield Mon
day and told the Advertiser's repre
sentative that Mr. Harling has been
quite indisposed since Christmas
and that he will go to the hospital
in Augusta soou for bpecial treat
A gay party of young people mo
tored to Augusta Monday night to
see "Experience," the party being]
composed of MisseB Gladys Rives,
Marjorie Tompkins, Sadie Mims,
Lillie Adams, Isabelle Chappell,
Bessie Parker, Isabelle Saunders, I
Miss Ecdey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert)
Long, Prof. Bonner, George Adams,
Paul Cogburn, Clair Hilton, Willie
Adams and Watson Ouzts.
County Superintendent of Educa
tion, W. W. Fuller, Superintendent)
T. J. Lyon, Mrs. H. N. Greneker,
Miss Isabelle Chappell, Miss Hor
tense Padgett and Mr. C. M. Mel
lichamp attended the State Teach
er's Association which convened in
Columbia Thursday and Friday.
They report the session as the very
best yet held. The attendance was
large and intense interest was evi
denced throughout the convention.
Try a pair of our Ladies'$1.00
Hose. There are none better.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dennis are
among the latest Ford purchasers,
their car being the latest model.
Hear the New Edison Talking
Machine at the store of Penn &
Holstein Thursday morning and
Mr. Louis Tucker and Mr. Ben
Hubenstein, two popular young
sports, are happy owners of Ford
Mrs. J. B. M. Potter of King
ston, Rhode Island, is spending a
month with Mrs. M. A. Taylor.
Attention is directed to the
quarterly statements of the Back of
Trenton and the Bank of Edgefield.
Both of these banks are steadily
See the "Fall of a Nation" at the
Opera House Friday and Saturday
nights. It will be the best moving
picture or photo-play ever shown in
Whether you want to purchase a
talking machine or not, go to Penn
& Holstein's tomorrow morning
and afternoon to hear the New
Mr. J. H. Reel and Mr. Albert
L. Kemp are in Greenwood attend
ing the Grand Lodge of Woodmen
of the World as representatives
from the Edgefield lodge.
Having completed her mid-ses
sion examinations, Miss Florence
Mims came home from Coker Col
lege to spend several days. She
will return to her college duties to
Little Katherine Stuart, the sweet
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Stuart, spent the latter part of
the week in Columbia with her
aunt, Mrs, J. Pope Mathews.
"Meet me at Penn & Holstein's
tomorrow to hear the new talking
machine." A demonstration will
be made by a representative of An
drews Brothers Company of Aug
usta-both morning and afternoon.
The new Harmony school build
ing will be dedicated Friday of this
week, an all-day programme hav
ing been arranged. A picnio din
ner will be served. The public is
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill of Savan
nah have been recently visited by
the Stork, leaving a sweet little
daughter with them. The little
lady has been named Maggie Hill
for her paternal grandmother.
Supervisor R. N. Broadwater,
has made an effort to organize a re
pair squad, whose duty it would be
to work all of the bad places and
make small repairs on bridges, but
has been unable to employ the neces
Mrs. Hattie W. Adams gave a
delightful spend-the-day party last
Wednesday in honor of her nieces,
Mrs. J. N. Robinson 9? Augusta,
and Miss Irene Fuller of Longmires,
Among those honored with invita
tions were Mrs. George W. Wise,
Mrs. Walter W. Wise, Mrs. Walter
Adams, Mrs. A. E. Padgett, Mrs.
H. A. Smith, Mrs. W. W. Fuller
and Mrs. W. A. Byrd. The day
was one of unusual pleasure.
Borrowed Money at Four Per
The board of county commission
ers held a meeting Tuesday to re
ceive bids for the 1917 loan for
meeting the current expenses of the
county. Three sealed bids were
filed, and as the Bank of Johnston
offered to make the loan at the
lowest rate of interest, four per
cent., the board arranged with that
bank to borrow the sum of $25,000
as needed during the year. The
board is to be congratulated upon
making so satisfactory arrangement.
Hear the New Edison Talking
A representative of Andrew
Brothers Company of Augusta will
be in Edgefield tomorrow, (Thurs
day) to give a demonstration of the
new Edison Talking machine. The
exhibition of these new and very
popular machines will be given at
the drug store of Penn & Holsteins
both morning and afternoon. All
of the newest and most popular re
cords, both classical and music in
the lighter vein will be played.
This is a free demonstration and all
of the people of Edgefield are invit
ed to visit the store of Penn & Hol
stein to see and hear these wonder
ful new talking machines.
How To Give Quinine To Children.
FEBRILINH ls the trade-mark name cri ven to an
improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas
ant to take and does not dibturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adulta who cannot
toke ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor rinding: in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The
name FgBRIUNE ia blown in bottle, zs cents.
Dear Mr. Editor:
We are having a real winter
morning, and I think our neighbors
are glad to eee this cold weather, as
several have hogs to kill. Mr. Al
vin Derrick has one to kill weigh
ing about 300 pounds.
Mr. Jesse Yonce has three to kill,
and Mr. Jesse Derrick, John Scott
and Jim Clark. It is nice to have
fresh meat while vegetables are so
scarce, but despite the cold when we
look out and see the fruit trees in
bloom and the trees budding remind
us of spring of the year, and we
hope that the fruit will not be
The farmers are taking advantage
of every pretty day to run their
plows and getting ready for the
planting season, but our Heavenly
Father must give the increase.^
We had quite a crowd at Phil
ippi yesterday, being our preaching
Sunday. Our pastor's theme was "A
Look Ahead." Hu gave us good
advice, not to be slothful in our
blessed Lord's service, and looking
ahead for our reward.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullum dined
in the home of Mr. Jim Clark Sun
Rev. Mr. Baker and family dined
with Mr. George Salter Sunday,
Mr. Luther Lott and Miss Effie
Yonce were married last Sunday at
Johnston, Rev. Mr. Hester officiat
We are going to observe next
Sunday as missionary day in the
Sunday school with a programme.
We hope to have a successful con
tribution. LaBt week was observed
as a week of prayer and with a
hank soffering for home missions.
We are sorry to report Mrs. Mar
ion Clarke's illness. We hope she
will soon be better.
Mr. Bud Rhoden has been sick
for several weeks, but is improving
There has come a son into the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Holmes,
and also a son into the home of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cullum dined
with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Clarke
Miss Lucile Clarke spent Satur
day night and Sunday in the home
of Mr. Arthur Herrin.
Mr. Ed Scott's daughters spent
Saturday night with Misses Nellie
and Annie May Scott.
Mrs. Annie Scott Hair of Barn
well has been visiting relatives in
this community recently. *
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Scott and
children motored over from Au
gusta in their new car Saturday af
ternoon, and spent Saturday and
Sunday in the home of Messrs Joe
and Ed Cullum.
The Pine Grove teachers have
been sick, and had no school for a
We hear that Mr. B. T. Boat
wright has purchased a home near
Trenton. He will be greatly missed
at Philippi, as he is one of our
faithful members, and a new honor
ary member of our temperance so
Mr. Bub Claxton and family and
Mr. Elijah Holmes and family of
Ridge Spring motored over to Mr.
Ed Culluin's last Sunday.
The Mission Study class met in
the home of Mrs. John Scott Satur
day A. M. Mrs. Mary Cullum led
in the devotions. We meet next
time with Mrs. J. S. Williams.
Mr. Jesse Derrick and George
Rhoden and family went over to
Graniteville Sunday to the burial of
Mrs. Pope Rhoden, sister of Mrs.
H. W. Jackson.
Mr. H. W. Jackson has been in
disposed for several weeks.
Mrs. Mary Cullum spent Fr>3ay
in the hon]e of Mrs. Anna Derrick.
Mrs. Jessie Williams spent Sun
day in the home of Mrs. Mike Hair.
We are sorry indeed to report
that Mrs. Lewis Claxton haB been
sick for quite a while.
Mr. Bass Lybiand will be buried
at Mt. Calvary this P. M. Rev. A.
C. Baker officiated.
Another Dam Case.
The court of common pleas en
tered its second week Monday morn
ing, and has been engaged since
that time with the trial of the suit
brought by Mr. S. I. DeLaughter
against the Georgia-Carolina Power
Company for damages in the sum
of $1,500 alleged to have resulted
from the water impounded by the
dam constructed across the Savan
nah river by the company. Mr.
DeLaughter owns 65 acres of laud
which is located about 600 yards
from this impounded water, and he
alleges that the health of his family
and that of the tenants has been in
jured by the nuisance created by
the company. The testimony was
completed Tuesday afternoon and
the jurors will be taken in automo
biles by the Sheriff to-day to view
Western Division Institute,
Greenwood, April 3-4.
10:00-Devotional, II Tim. 2:15, Mrs.
B. H. DeMent
10:15-Welcome from Abbeville W.
M. U., Mrs. J. S. Harris.
10:25-One-Minute Responses from Su
Il:50-Gospel in Song, Mrs. S. W.
12:00-Royal Ambassador Work, Mrs.
12:25-Mission Study, Miss Bessie Major.
12:45-In Memoriam, Mrs. C. E. Wat
son, Mrs. W. J. Hatcher.
W. M. S.-Mrs. Fizer.
3:15-Mission Study Class, Mrs. Chap
man; Y. W. A., Mrs. Davis; R. A.,
4:15-Visit to Orphanage.
Tuesday Evening, 8 O'clock.
Devotions, Dr. E. J. Smith.
Exercise by children from Connie Max
Vocal Solo, Mrs. S. W. Page.
Address, Dr. B. H. DeMent.
Presentation of Lula Whilden Memo
rial, Mrs. Chapman.
9:30-Mission Study Class, Mrs. Chap
Sunbeams Method, Mrs. Hatcher.
10:30-W. M. S. Methods, Mrs. Fizer.
Y. W. A., Mrs. Davis..
R. A., Mrs. Carpenter.
11:30-Devotions, James 1-5, Mrs. A.
11:40-Sunbeams "Brightening the
Corners", Mrs. Hatcher.
12:15-Gospel in Stag, Mrs. S. W.
12:26-Mission Work in S. C's, Sand
Hills, Mrs. W. H. Cannada.
2:15-Devotions, Romans 14:19.
2:30-"The House Beautiful," Mrs.
George E. Davis.
3:10-History of Woman's Work in
Abbeville Association, Mrs. S. P.
3:40-Excuses, Mrs. Fizer.
4:00-Closing Service, Mrs. Carpenter.
A Representative of Andrews Brothers
Company of Augusta will give a demon
stration of the New Edison Talking Ma
chine at the store of Penn & Holstein
morning and afternoon of March 22.
Come out and see those wonderful ma
We have everything in Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Hats, Shapes,
Flowers and Ribbons. We are re
ceiving new goods daily. Give us
a trial before you buy your hat.
Strong Line of Insurance Com
I take this means to announce
that I again have the agency for
the London, Liverpool and Globe"
Fire Insurance company and will
be glad to receive a share of your
fire insurance patronage. This very
strong company is well known in
J. T. Mims.
All persons who are indebted to
the estate of the late Mrs. Hettie
S. Jones are hereby requested to
make payment to the undersigned
at once. And all persons who have
claims against the estate of the said
Mrs. Jones aro hereby requested to
present the same for payment to the
undersigned at once.
THE BANK OF EDGEFIELD,
Notice of Final Dis
To A.11 Whom These Presents May
Whereas, J. M. Bell, has made
applcation unto this Court for Final
Discharge and Administrator in re
the Estate of John Galloway, late
of said County and State, deceased,
on this the 28th day of February,
These Are Therefore, to cite any
and all kindred, creditors, or par
ties interested, to show cause be
fore me at my office at Edgefield
Court House, South Carolina, on
the 2nd day of April 1917 at ll
o'clock a. m., why " said order of
discharge should not be granted.
W. T. KINNAIRD,
J. P., E. C., S. C.
Royal Baking Powder :
duce appetizing and w.
cornbread, etc., with fev
In many recipes the nu
duced and excellent rei
an additional quantity o
about a teaspoon, for i
following tested recipe :
1 cup sucnr
H cup water
2 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon salt
% cup cold water
1 teaspoon flavorine
The old method
and no bah
made from Cream of Tai
?> and adds none but healt
Illustrated Lecture at Red Hill.
Editor Edgefield Advertiser:
Will you please announce in your
paper this week that Dr. Roy Z.
Thomas, professor of chemistry in
Winthrop college, will give an il
lustrated lecture on "Scenic Amer
ica" at the Red Hill school house
on Friday evening, March 30, at
He is one of the leading lecturers
and educators in the State, and his
lecture will be worth going a long
ways to hear.
Admission will be 25 cents for
all except school children, and 15
cents for them.
W. L. Melliohamp.
Cold Spring. S. C
Mrs. Jenkins, regular visitor in
the doctor's consulting room, start
ed on the long story of her troubles.
The doctor endured it patiently and
gave her another bottle. At last
she started out, and the doctor was
congratulating himself, when ehe
stopped and exclaimed:
"Why, doctor, you didn't look
to see if my tongue was coated."
"I know it isn't" wearily replied
the medical man. "You don't find
grass on a race track."-Epworth
I The Univ
I Have been built and actually
I August 1, 1916.
I These figures-320,817-repre
I manufactured by us since Augu
jj agents to retail buyers.
This unusual fall and winter
I necessary for us to confine the di
agents who have orders for in me
I rather than to permit any agenl
I later spring sales.
We are issuing this notice to
8 protect themselves against delaj
Ford cars. If, therefore, you a
car, we advise you to place your
Immediate orders will have pn
Delay. in buying at this time
Enter your order to-day for in
agents listed below and don't be
Runabout $345, Touring
Town Car $595, Sedai
Eidson Auto Ct
makes it possible to pro
holesome cakes, muffins,
vev eggs than are usually
mber of eggs may be re
sults obtained by adding
f Royal Baking Powder,
=ach egg omitted. The
is a practical illustration:
DIRECTIONS:-Boll sugar and
water until it spine a thread and add
to the stiffly beaten whites of egzs,
beating until the mixture is cold.
Sift together three times, the flour,
salt and baking powder, and add
alternately to tho white mixture with
thc yolks of the eggs beaten stiff.
Add ^ ~up cold water and flavoring
Mix lightly and bake in moderate
oven about one hour.
called for 6 eggs
rtar, derived from grapes,
hful qualities to the food.
FOR SALE-Five hundred bush
els of Cleveland and Imperial Big
Boll cotton seed at $1.50 per bushel.
B. B. Jones.
FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH
Here's a pleasant cough syrup
that every child likes to take, Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. If your
child has a deep hacking cough that
worries you give him Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey, the soothing pine
balsams relieve the cough, loosens
the phlegm and heals the irritated
tissues. Get a bottle to-day at
your druggist and start treatment
at once. 25c. 3
Stray Pony Taken Uix
One black pony horse weighing
between seven or eight hundred
pounds, white on both hind feet to
ankles, dim star between his eyes,,
an old scar on his left hip with good
saddle gait. The owner please
come and get it and pay expenses, 4
miles east of Clark's Hill.
Clarks Hill, S. C.
March 7. 1917.
delivered to retail buyers since
sent the actual number of cars
at 1, 1916, and delivered by our
demand for Ford cars makes it
stribution of cars only to those
?diate delivery to retail customers,
t to stock cars in anticipation of
intending buyers that they may
r or disappointment in securing
re planning to purchase a Ford
order and take delivery now.
may cause you to wait several
imediate delivery with our Ford
disappointed later on.
: Car $360, Couplet $505
i $645-f. o, b. Detroit