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Newest spring and summer fashions of the celebrated
Madame Grace Corsets will be displayed and demon
strated at this store on April 23, 24 and 25, under the
direction of Miss Ella P. Wilson, representing the man
ufacturer, and who is authority on corset fitting.
The women of our town and community desiring to be
corseted in accord with the latest fashions, certainly
will not miss this grand opportunity, as we are sure
that what Miss Wilson will have to say will be of
interest to all the women.
Remember the Dates, April 23, 24 and 25
BEAR IN MIND ALSO THAT
Our Stock of Dry Goods and Shoes is Now Complete
Having placed our orders for these goods many months before the great advance in prices we are prepared
to make very low prices on these goods when the present market value is considered.
Don't wait for our demonstration but come now and let us show you our magnificent line of Dry Goods
We insist, however, that it will be of interest to all women to see Miss Wilson while she is here.
POLITE AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION TO ALL
Office No. 61
Residence, No.l 7.
Wednesday, April ll
0 LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Instead ot the continued rains
giving farmers more rest, they
make them more restless.
Rev. J. A. Gaines will preach at
Horn's Creek church Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Let every teacher and every pu
pil that is enrolled iu the schools
of the county attend Field Day Fri
Miss Mary Jones who is teaching
in Bethune came home Friday last
to visit her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
E. Pendleton Jones.
The gallon-a-month law is on its
last leg. Only 15 days remain be
fore the quart-a-month (for sickness
only) law will become effective.
Judge Kinnaird will soon become
the leading health officer of the
county, having more authority than
the physicians in dispensing certain
The Advertiser has been request
ed to announce that Rev. Mr. Har
ris will preach at Antioch church
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
First Sergeant Abney Woodson
has been spending a short leave of
absence with his mother, Mrs. Aga
tha Woodson. He will return this
morning to his company which is
now stationed in Savannah.
It is now too late to provide food
for man and beast in the form of
wheat and oats, but plant largely
of every food crop possible as soon
as the season for it arrives. The
bottom may drop out of the cotton
basket next fall. Better not de
pend upon it.
Don't worry about the late season
or late planting. Prepare the land
thoroughly when the soil is in piop
er condition, then plant the seed
properly and nature will do the rest.
There is yet ample time to make a
satisfactory yield of every crop
that can be grown in this section.
Mies Nell Jones is at home from
Converse for a few days of rest.
Mr. W. E. Holston came up from
Augusta and spent Saturday in
Dr. F. W. P. Butler, now of
Columbia, was among the visitors
in Edgefield recently.
Mr. J. Albert Dozier of Johnston
was among the visitors in Edgefield
Miss Edith Oulzs visited relatives
and friends at Ridge Spring Sun
Miss Ina Hill has returned from a
very pleasant visit to her nephew,
Mr. Jack Hill in Savannah.
Mrs. W. G. Outzs and her little
girl from the Harmony section are
among the visitors in Edgefield to
The next meeting of the Civic
League will be held Monday after
noon at four o'clock at the home of
M rs. H. H. Sanders.
Dr. E. Pendleton Jones announc
ed Sunday morning that revival serv
ices would be held at the Baptist
church, commencing the 25th of
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Williams of
the Cleora-Gilgal section were visit
ore in Edgefield Monday, spending
the day with Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Mrs. J. H. Cantelou has had her
two charming nieces, Miss Myra
Pierce of Augusta and Miss Edith
Pierce of Greenwood, spending
Easter with her.
Miss Gladys Chappell of Newber
ry, is the guest of Miss Miriam Nor
ris. While she was a teacher in
the high school here Miss Chappell
made many friends who have greet
ed her very cordially.
Mr. E. J. Norris says he has
made a good start on his one hun
dred thousand in the Prudential.
Better secure a policy in this popu
lar .company before the war increas
es the rates.
The half page advertisement of
Smith-Marsh company contains an
nouncements that should be interest
ing to The Advertiser's readers,
especially the ladies. Read what
this firm has to say.
Rev. J. S. Harris will preach at
Red Hill church Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Mr. W. A. Byrd and Mr. W.
M. Harling are among the latest
purchasers of Ford cars.
Twenty cents cotton is bringing
much weather-worn cotton to mark
et these days.
Mrs. James S. Byrd and her little
ones spent the latter part of the
week, including Easter, in Colum
bia with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Sam Agner, a successful
farmer of the west-side, came to
Edgetield this morning, bringing
with him a snake which he killed
yesterday. It was an adder and
had two feet about rive inches from
The entertainment which Miss
Marie Abney is planning to give in
the opera house the evening of
April 20 will be up to the high
standard set in the past by Miss
Abney. The program will be given
in detail next week.
The members of the Weslian
Bible class, which is a large class
of men taught by Rev. A. L. Gun
ter, will leave this afternoon for a
fishing expedition on the Edisto
river near Wagener. This will be
a splendid outing for this congenial
body of men, about 20 in number.
Miss Alma DeLoach ir- at home
from Coker for a few days and Mr.
Thomas Bomar, accompanied by
his wife, is also over from George
town visiting his mother, Mrs. Em
mie DeLoach. Mr. and Mrs. Bom
ar came by way of Hartsville and
were joined by Miss Alma.
Bringing livestock of pure breed
into a community always helps an
entire community. One has only
to travel a few miles through the
Cleora community to see tine Duro
Jersey hogs in every pasture and
lot. For this forward step the peo
ple of Cleora are indebted to Mr. C.
M, Williams, the champion hog
raiser of the county.
.Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
ont Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds np theWb ole System. ; 50 cents.
Attention is directed to the adver
tisement of Audrews Brothers com
of Augusta, which popular firm
will issue on application compli
mentary tickets to a recital in the
grand opera house of Augusta April
18. A large number of Edgefield
music love ? should accept this op"
porlunity to hear these very talented
artists. Read what Andrews Bro
thers say about the concert.
Pure Strain of "Reds*'
When you want eggs for hatch
ing get some Rhode Island Red
sggs from Mr. Horace Dorn. His
'Reds" are good layers, good ''sit
ters," good mothers and good "fry
?rB". Here are some figures that
will prove his strain to be good
layers: Several Sundays ago Hor
ice gathered in 49 eggs, one day's
'fruit" from 45 hens in his yard.
Whether the old roosters laid too or
whether some hens laid early and
late, we are unable to say. But we
-.ave Horace's word for the 49 eggs
md he is as careful in handling the '
Tuth as George Washington, ]
Woodrow Wilson or any other J
The people of the community <
were greatly surprised when the an- 1
louncement of the marriage of Miss '
Emmie DeLoach and James Irving
Padgett was made Thursday after
loon. -Invitations were issued j
ibout two weeks ago to their mar
.iage which was to have been solem- .
lized at the beautiful country home
>f Mrs. Emmie M. DeLoach of the
Sarmony section tonight.and scores
)f friends of these very popular
roung people were eagerly lookine*
"orward to the happy occasion. 1
The bride and bridegroom, for rea- fc
ions all tbeir own, decided not to 1
vait longer, so they, accompanied a
jy some young friends, repaired to *
he home of the Rev. E. Pendleton ?
Tones, D. D., pastor of the First c
Baptist church, about 5 o'clock in ?
,he afternoon and were married,
lioth of them are widely connected, r
jeing members of old and greatly a
jonored Edgefield families. For c
,he present they will make their e
lome with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pad- e
rett, the bridegroom's parents, s
rhe Advertiser extends hearty con- 1
jratulations to these widely beloved c
roung friends. I
GIVES I? CREDIT
TELLS OF "MOST AWFUL"
THINGS HE EYER SAW.
"BLEEDING TO DEATH"
"WE HAD ABOUT GIVEN UP HorE,"
SATE FATHER, EXPRESSING
HIS GRATITUDE FOR AID.
"I believe Tanlac jost saved my
laughter's life, for she was in an
iwful condition when she began
laking it and the doctors had said
they bad tried their last remedy,"
ivas the highly interesting statement
?nade by Mr. O, T. Ferguson, of
Anderson, in the endorsement he
?ave Tanlao on February 28th.
'My daughter suffered from a very
3ad case of some trouble that was
ike bloody diorrhea. She bled con
;inually for five months despite all
ve could do, and she suffered ag
>ny, too. She was just bleeding to
ieatb, that is the only way I can
lescribe it, and the loss of blood
lad sapped her strength until I had
,o lift her in and out of bed.
"We had doctors attending her
ind they did all they could, and fin
illy they said they had tried their
ast remedy, and I could not say
,hat she was any better than when
,hey started treating her. We had
ibout given up hope and I had be
run to fear that my only child
vould never get well.
"My mother-in-law had been urg
ng me to try Tanlac for my daught
ir, and at last I bought a bottle, a?
he doctors had said they had done]
ill they could. When ,'the bottle
tad been taken she was in pretty
rood condition generally and won
lerfully improved. She gained a
ot of strength, too.
"My daughter's trouble was the
nost awful thing I ever heard of,
md the way Tanlac helped her was
>ne of the most wonderful things I
ver saw or heard of. My daught
r was put on the road back to
trength and improved health by
ranlac, and she soon was able to be
ip and doing light work around the
louse. She is in good health, and
it is all doe to the good Tanlac did -
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is
Edgefield, Penn & Holstein.
Cold Springs, H Ernest Quaries.
Edgefield, R F D No 2, J. H.
Johnston, Johnston Drag Com
Modoo, G C McDaniel.
Parksville, Robertson & Com?
Plum Branch, J W Bracknell <fc
Plum Branch, R F D No 2, E P
Winn & Bro.
Trenton. G W Wise.
GEO. F. MIMS
Eyes examined and g.asses fitted
only when necessary. Optics]
work of all kinds.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
DR J.S. BYRD,
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
Residence 'Phone 17-R. Office 3.
I take this means of letting the
people know that I have re-opened
my pressing club, and will appre
ciate their patronage. I am better
prepared than ever to clean and
press all kinds of garments, both
for ladies and gentlemen. All work
guaranteed. Let me know when
you have work and I will send for
it and mak-i prompt delivery.
Sheppard Building Down Stairs