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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, December 12.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Messrs. A. E. and R. C, Padgett
are-in New York on business.
Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach at
Berea church Sunday morning at ll
District Attorney J. Wm. Thur
mond has been spending several
days in his Greenville'offiee.
Mrs. J. L. Bailey of Modoc was a
gnest in the home of Mr. Walter L.
The regular union service will be
held this Sunday night in the
Methodist church at which time Dr.
Jones will preaeh.
Mr. W. E. Ouzts will give up his
position on December 15 as night
marshal to return to his farm for
Mr. Orlando Sheppard is in Char
leston attending a meeting of the
board of visitors of the Citadel and
he will also attend the Masonic
Concordia Lodge is being repre
sented at the Grand Lodge in Char
leston this week by Hon. B. E.
Nicholson and Mr. M. P. Wells.
Mr. Dozier "Lynch haB arrived
from Fort Stanton, New Mexico, to
?pend several weeks with his moth
er, Mrs. Kate Lynch. Dozier has
been very affectionately greeted by
Mr. W. H. Harling and Mr. E.
E. Padgett spent Sunday in Atlanta
attending the Billy Sunday revival
meeting. They speak in the highest
terms of the work of the great
Mr. R. H Parks has resigned as
town marshal to become effective the
first of January. He has accepted
a position as manager of the Adams
Warehouse for next year.
The Georgetown hunters have
all returned and report worlds of
game on the coast. They bagged
more than they could dispose of.
Mr. Floyd Rainsford shot his first
deer, a one-hundred-and-fifty-poun
Mr. Watson Ouzts who has been
holding a position with the Buck
eye Oil Company in Little Rock,
Ark., has arrived to spend some
time at home. After the Christmas
holidays he will attend the Bailey
Military Institute at Greenwood.
Governor R. I. Manning has ap
pointed Ex-Gov. John C. Sheppard,
Mr. A. S. Tompkins and Mr. E. H.
Folk as Legal Advisory Board
whose duty it shall be to give
information to and assist regis
trants in filling out the question
Mr. Henry Salter of Trenton, a
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Salter,
has been awarded a scholarship in
the Naval Academy at Annapolis.
He was one of the successful con
testants in a competitive examina
tion recently held in Columbia to
award the Naval scholarship. The
examination was held under '..be di
rection of Senator Tillman. We
congratulate our young friend upon
his good fortune.
Mr. Evan Cochran was in Edge
field Friday for a hurried visit, be
ing very cordially greeted by his
friends here. It was with regret
that we learned from him that he
and Mrs. Cochran and Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Winn will soon leave
for Eustis, Fla., to make their
home. Mr. Cochran has purchased
an orange grove at Eustis. Success
to him in his new field!
Home Demonstration Club
Monday, December 17, Antioch,
school building, 2:30 p. m.
Tuesday, December 18, Long
Branch, school building 2:30 p. m.
Wednesday, December 19, Tren
ton, schcol building, 3 p. m.
Thursday, December 20, Red
Hill, fcehool building, 3 p. ra.
I will buy 50 cords of pine wood
at once,., and will pay the market
price. Slabs from saw mill will be
accepted. See me at once.
T. A. HIGHTOWER,
Manager Addison Mills.
In his advertisement o>n"?ur"*BT?lh
page this week Mr. J, "G. Alford
annouuces that fie will boy seed cot
ton at the oil mill after December
15. He will also operate his gin
nery every day except Sunday.
Mr. W. G. Byrd has been at home
from Camp Sevier for a week and
has been very cordially greeted by
his friends. He has sold his mer
cantile business at the mill to Mr.
S. F. Logan and Mr. A. M. Tim
merman. Mr. Otis Quarles will
serve them as salesman.
Since the Y. M. C. A. war fund
of $3,841.44 was announced $10.75
additional has been reported, mak
ing the total collection for Edge
field county #3,852.19. Last week
Mr. H. F. Cooper, who did good
work in Meriwether, reported $7.50
more than was previously announced
tor Meriwether. Mr, J. D. Hughey
collected $1.00 more and William
Holloway collected $2.25. All of
this has been properly credited by
Mr. E. J. Norris, the treasurer of
D. A. R. Meeting.
The December meeting of the D.
A. P. will take place on Wednesday
afternoon the 19th at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Cantelou. The meeting
was postponed one day in order that
there might be no conflict with the
Mutual Insurance Association.
The readers of The Advertiser
read with much real interest the
full page advertisement la6t week
of the Abbeville-Greenwood Mutual
Insurance Company, which has
steadily grown since the day of its
founding 25 years ago. This home
company now has policies aggrega
ting two and a half million dollars.
All losses are promptly adjusted
and its rates are reasonable. Mr.
J. R. Blake, of Greenwood, is gen
eral agent of the Association, and
the representatives in this section
are J. H. Nicholson, Edgefield, T.
P. Salter, Trenton, and W. E. Shep
pard, McCormick. Consult som9
representative of this mutual home
company before placing your insu
We have maj
chases in holida
kinds, which wi
mas buying eas
just what you
. Fresh stock of
See our large
all very approp
Beautiful gift b
for your best gi
Come in and
.We are the largest
fruits of all kinds and
close price on your CH
Come to u
of all kinds. We can
Meals served at all 1
New ' Advertisements.
Attention is directed to the fol
lowing new advertisements this
week: The Corner Store, J. Ra
benstein, J. G. Alford, W. W.
Adams & Co., Daitch Bros., Dorn &
Mims, Makashy Bargain House,
Collett & Mitchell, G. W. Rush,
T. A. Hightower, manager of Addi
son Mills, Smith-Marsh Company.
Card of Thanks.
We desire through your columns
to extend our most heart-felt thanks
and gratitude to our many friends,
and neighbors, who rendered such
valuable aid and sympathy to us in
the tragic death of our precious
little daughter Sallie.
We hope aod pray that some day
we may be able in some way to
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Culbreath.
The Civic League held their
monthly meeting on Monday after
noon at the home of Mrs. J. H. Can
telou, where they planned for a very
full spring work. The League asks
that if there is any special sugges
tion which individuals twould like
to make, that they send them into
the meetings. They are always
glad to discuss and respond to sug
The Lyceum, up to date, has been
a decided success and enough bas
been secured to make the undertak
ing a financial success as well'as the
knowledge that Edgefield has not
been deprived of these good enter
tainments. There will be twp more
very valuable programmes given
after the holidays, one a lecture by
a Lieutenant who is just out of the
trenches, which will be extremely
interesting, and the other a quartette
of Hawaiian singers which is always
a very attractive programme especial:
ly at this time when Hawaiian
music is so popular.
FORSALE: Three good mules,
fat and sound, from ll to 12 years
old. Also two good family mares
that any child or lady can drive.
Apply to E. L. Ryan, TrentoD, S. C.
de large pur
.y goods of all
ll make Christ
y at our store.
mt of Toys
want for the
Fruits of all
?oxes of candy
let us supply
needs in all
; dealers in Edgefield in
can make you a very
s for your
tUTS and CANDIES
save YOUR MONEY.
: of Smoking Goods
lours and an3T style in
Shopping Days Before
Do your shopping early. Buy useful
gifts. Before purchasing let us show
you our handsome assortment of La
dies' Handkerchiefs in Christmas boxes,
Collars, Hosiery and Gloves. For your
gentlemen friends we have an excel
lent line of Handkerchiefs, Ties, Half
Hose, etc. You must see these in order
to appreciate them. We have the best
assortment we have ever carried.
Then, too, we are prepared to supply
your wants in Dry Goods and Shoes.
Our prices are always right.
See us before making your purchases.
As Mr. B. L. Minis will volunta
rily withdraw from our firm on
the first of January, we must
urge all who are indebted to us
to come forward at once and pay
their accounts or make satisfac
The business will be conducted as
in the past, and we take this oc
casion to express our appreciation
for all past patronage and solicit
a continuance for the future.
W. W. ADAMS & CO.