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riod were discussed.
The program outlined by the His
torian General was follow jd out,
there being three generals on the
program whose birthdays fell in
May. Gen. Kirby Smith, "the
chevalier bayard of the Confedercy,"
Geu. Felix Zollicoffe, who fell like
a hero of antiquity, and Gen. P. G.
J. Beauregard, often called "Old
Rory." The Pres. General's letter
was read as current events.
The box of material that the la
dies were to have worked on had
been delayed in shipping, so no
sewing, but knitting occupied the
One of the "girls of the Cu's" was
present, and made the meeting in
teresting by telling of what she
knew of these generals, and told of
the death of Gen. Zollicoffe.
The Apollo music club met Tues
. day afternoon with Mrs. M. T.
Turner, the meeting being con
ducted by Mrs. E. R. Mobley
/ A box of books is to go from the
club to the tubercular ward at Camp
Jackson, as it is not thought wise
here that these unfortunates have
access to the general library. The
club roted to place a popular maga
zine in the tubercular ward. Mrs.
G. D. Walker is chai; man of this
A letter was read from State Field
Secretary, Mrs. Rembert, concern
ing tho establishment of a tubercu
lar camp in this district for negroes,
requesting a committee to serve
from the club. Miss Clara Sawyer
The members were requested to
bring at the next meeting a topic
for next year's study course, which
was to be voted on.
The names of Mrs. F. M. Boyd
and Miss Hallie White were pre
sented for membership.
A full report of the recent Feder
ation was told of bw Miss Clara
Sawyer and Mrs. J. W. Marsh.
The musical program was taken
up, led by Miss Hey ward.
There were several good papers,
and the solos and duets, both piano
and voice, were very enjoyable.
The hosles-s served ices and cake,
each plate having a large pink ros-e
Mrs. G. D. Walker entertained
the members of the Pi Tau club, I
and a few others members, on Wed
nesday afternoon. The rooms were
bright and fragrant with Howers,
and the time was filled with con
versation, music and doing fancy
The hostess was most cordial, and
each one enjoyed the occasion.
An elaborate salad course, with
iced tea, was served.
Mesdames L. S. Maxwell and E.
0. Crouch are at home from a visit;
Mr. and Mrs. Getzeo Wertz and |
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan of Columbia
spent the week end here with Mr.
and Mrs. O. S. Wertzs. -
Mrs. D. D. Lott of North Au
gusta, a member of the Mary Ann
Buie chapter here, came up for a
short visit and to attend the memo
rial exercises held by the chapter.
Dr. C. 1*. Corn is now able to be|
out again, but does not deem it wise!
as yet to resume his practice for a
few week, so he and Mrs. Corn will
go this week to Walhalla to spend
awhile in the home of the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Afternoon picnics by the various
grades of the school are now the or
der of the day, and the yoong folks
are greatly enjoying the wagon out
William Wallace Turner is the
name of the handsome 'little boy
that came on May 14th to brighten
the lives and home of Mr. and Mrs. j
W. Wallace Tamer.
Miss Caroline Guignard, of Co
lumbia, is here for the purpose of
instructing the two sections of Red
Cross members, and others, in Sur
The course includes ten days,
there being ten in both the morning
and afternoon sections. The first
lessons were had at the especially
fitted up room at Red Cross head
Mesdames. J. D. Mathis, Pickens
Salter, and Kidson, and others of
Trenton, attended the Cradle Roll
exercises on Sunday at the Baptist
Mesdames. James Pitts and M.
A. Smith, of Saluda, spent Sunday
here with Mrs. J. H. White, and
worshipped at the Baptist church.
Childrens day will be celebrated
on Sunday at the Methodist church,
and a most interesting program is
being arranged by some of the
leaders. Harmony church observ
ed this day last Sunday, in a most
Dr. William Seigler, of Aiken
was buried here Monday afternoon
at Mount of Olives cemetety beside
the grave of his wife and little
daughter. Several 3ears ago Dr.
Seigler lived here, and had many
warm friends who learned of his
death with sorrow. From here he
went tu Aiken, where he had been
living. He leaves a son about 14
years of a<re. His wife pr?ceded
him to the grave about a year ago.
Dr. VV. D. Ouzts, of Meeting
Street is expected to move here at
an early date, with his family. A
cordial welcome will be extended
Democratic County Convention
of Bamburg Refused to En
dorse Mr. Byrnes.
At the county convention of
Bamberg, held last Monday, Mr.
J. F. Carter introduced a resolution
of a patriotic nature, endorsing the
President's action rh the war, our
war policies, and true American
ism, which was previously publish
ed in tue Bamberg County Times,
and adopted by the Bamberg Dem
ocratic ol ub.
A motion was made to amend
Mr. Carter's resolution so as to en
dorse Congressman Byrnes record,
but the motion was tabled. (Sub
stance of extract from Bamberg
County Times, May 'J, i918))
Mu. TOOLE EXCOUBAG?O.
Hon. G. L. Toole of Aiken was
here today in his Ford en route to
the picnic at Mt. Pleasant church.
Mr. Toole while here slated that a
third man was feeling bin way, but
he does not believe there will be
any one in the race except him and
the present congressman. Mr.
Toole feels very much encouraged
with the outlook for his election.
(Bamberg County Times of May 9,
1913. ) -A d vertisemen t.
THE PROPER COURSE.
Information of Priceless Value to
Every Edgefield Citizen.
How to act in an emergency is
knowledge of inestimable worth,
and this is particularly true of the
disease and ills of tue human body.
If you suffer with kidney backache,
urinary disorders, or any form of
kidney trouble, the advice contain
ed in the following statement should
add a valuable asset to your store of
knowledge. What could be more
convincing proof of the eilicieney
of Doan's Kidney Pills than the
statement of an Ldgetield citizen
who used them and who publicly
tells of the benefit derived?
Mrs. E. C. Crouch, Gully Row,
Edgefield, says: "I had all the aches
I and pains of kidney trouble a few
years agu. My back ached so at
night ? couldn't rest in any posi
tion. My kidneys acted irregular
ly and bothered me a great deal.
Finally I began using Doan's Kid
ney Pills and they helped me from
the first. I haven't had any trouble
with my kidneys since so I know
Doan's Kidney Pills have effected a
Price 60u. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Duan's Kidney Pills-the same
that cured Mrs. Crouch, Foster-M i l
burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
NOTICE OF FINAL DIS.
To All Whom These Presence May
Whereas, Mrs. Susie Miller has
made application unto this Court
for Final Discharge as Administra
trix in re the Estile of Mrs. Emma
Atkins deceased, on this the 8th
day of May 1018.
These Are Therefore, to cite any
and all kindred, creditors, or parties
interested, tu show cause before me
at my office at Edgefield Court
House, Souih Carolina, on the luth
day of June 1018 at Jl o'clock a.
m., why said order of Discharge
should not lie granted.
W. T. KINNAIRD,
May 8, 1918.
117 Acres of Good Farming
On Aiken road, three miles from
Trenton. One of the best commu
nities in Edgefield county. The
soil is red-pebble sand, and is in a
high state of cultivation. It lies
weil, and is easy to cultivate. The
dwelling has four rooms with a hall,
and is very pleasantly located in a
9tnall oak grove, with a good well
of water, fruit trees and outbuild
ings, two tenant houses in good
shape, and about six acres of bear
ing asparagus. This place is right
ready for a man to make money on;
there could be no better investment
in the county. It will be sold
cheap, so don't let this opportunity
slip by you. Will be glad to show
you over it at any time.
DAVIS REALTY CO.
Edgefield, S. C.
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 propertiesof QUININE
and IRON, lt acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. SO cents:
IN WEEK WAS ABLE
TO RESUME HIS WORK.
"KNOCKED ME OUT SO I SIM
PLY HAD TO QUIT WORK
ING," HE SAYS LOSING
BEGAN TAKING TANLAC AND IN' A
VVKKK WAS TOILING HAKD AS
IF NOTUING HAD BK KN
"li's the honest truth, before I
had taken this Tanbie a week.I was
well andstrongenough to go back to
work," said W. W. Wade, wtll
known resident of Winnfield,' La.,
the other day.
"I had a very bad case of stom
ach trouble and rheumatism," he
continued, "that knocked me out
so I simply had to quit working.
My stomach was in such an awful
lix everything I ate disagreed with
me and made me miserable all the
time. My limb.-? ami joints would
ache so I could hardly stand it, and,
in fact, for a whole day before tak
ing Tanlac I wasn't able to putin a
full day's work at all.
"One of ray friends had been lak
ing Tanlac and told me it had done
him a world of good, to I got rae
a bottle to try. Well, sir, it sure
surprised me, for I began to feel
belter right after the first dose, and
before the week was out I was back
on my job and have been working
right along ever since like nothing
bad ever been the matter with me.
I never saw anything in my life be
fore that gave such quick relief as
this Tanlac, and I haven't had a
single symptom of my trouble since
I started on it."
Edgefield, Penn & Holstein.
Cold Spriugs, II. Kniest Quarles.
Edgefield, R. F. D. No. 2, J. H.
Johnston, Johnston Drug Com
Mod oe, G. C. McDaniel.
Parksville, Rsbertson & Com
Plum Branch, J. W. Bracknell
Plum Branch, R. F. D. No. 2,
E. P. Winn ifc Bro.
Trenton, G. W. Wise.
NOTICE OF LETTING CON
TRACT TO REPAIR BRIDGE.
The Couniy Boards of Commis
sioners of Edgefield and MeCormiok
Counties will receive bids for the
repair of the bridge across Slevens
Creek near Clark's Hill at the
bridge on June 1st. 19IS, at eleven
o'clock p. m. The necessary repairs
will be pointed out to bidders be
fore receiving bids; the successful
bidder will bo required to furnish
bond for the faithful performance
of contract. Bids will be received
for furnishing mcessary material
and fur the necessary work sepa
rately, and also bids for furnishing
material and doing the work to
H. N. BR AD WATER,
Supervisor Edgefield County, S. C.
J. H. Lyon, Sup. McCormick
County, S. C.
May 7, li? 18.
Notice of Election.
Stale of South Carolina,
County of Edgefieid.
"\\ hereas a petition has been filed,
and all legal requirements having
been met, it is ordered that the reg
ularly appointed Board of Trustees
of Meriwether School District 13,
do hold an election at Gardnerville
school house Saturday, June 1,
1918, for the purpose of voting
upon the question of levying and
collecting a special tax of four (4)
mills on the dollar of taxabie proper
ty in said district, recently surveyed,
proceeds of such special levy to be
used for school purposes in South
Meriwether District 13.
At this election only such elec
tors as return real or personal prop
erty for taxation, and exhibit their
tax receipts and registration certifi
cates shall he allowed - to vote.
Those favoring such levy shall
cast a ballot with the word
"Yes" written or printed thereon,
and those opposing such a levy shall
cast a ballot with the word "No"
written or printed thereon. The
poils shall open at 8 o'clock A. M.,
and close at 4 P. M.. and in all
respects comply with Sec. 1278,
General School Laws of South Car
W. W. FULLER,
E. H. FOLK,
G. F. LONG,
Co. Board of Education, Edge
field County, S. C.
May, 15, 1918.
now To Give Quinine To Children.
PEBRIL1NE is th? trade-mark name given to an
improved Quinine, lt is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
Jake ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur
Dose. Ask [ jr 2-ounce original pockage. The
tame FEBRILINK is blown in botUe. 25 cent*
were never better prepared to supply the needs
of our friends in warm weather merchandise than we
are to-day. Every department of our store is chock
full with all of the newest things of the season.
We sell. the celebrated Walk-Over Shoes for Ladies
and Men. We have all of the late styles in the popular
leathers. Come in to see them.
Large stock of Clothing for Men and Boys. Come
in and let us show you through them.
We have many things in our Ladies' Ready-to-wear
Department that will be of special interest to our lady
friends. We invite them in to see these stylish creations.
In our Wash Goods Department we have just what
you need fer every member of the family. Our prices
too are very reasonable. We bought early.
Beautiful assortment of Trimmed Hats for Ladies.
Come in and let us show you through our large assort
Stylish Straw and Felt Hats for Men" and Boys.
See our good values in Panamas.
Let us show you through our large stock.
We pay the highest cash prioos
for guano, cotton seed meal and
oat sacks. See rae at Hubenstein'?
store at Edenfield, or L. Weiner's
store at Johnston.
Cotton Seed Wanted!
If you are through planting bring
:lme your surplus Cotton Seed. I
Just received a large line of Silk
Skirts in solid and stripes. Cornel . li?
in to see them. i. Mukashy. i paying market price.
Now is the time to protect your
crop from hail. I can place you in
a good company. I can also pro
tect your home with tornado insur
ance. E. J. Norris.
i 'FOR SALE: Scholarship to one
of the leading business colleges in
the Slate. Cannot use same myself
and will sell at big reduction. Ad
dress Box 158, Johnston, S. C., for
Also have Meal and Hulls for
J. G. ALFORD,
Farmers of Edgefield County
We take this means of announcing that we have pur
chased the stock of hardware from E. M. Andrews Fur
niture Company at 1289 Broad street, and will continue
the business at the same stand.
We invite the farmers in Edgefield county to come in to
see our large stock of Plantation Hardware. In addi
tion to plow stocks, plow gears, plow steels, harness, we
carry a full line of shop tools of all kinds.
Do you contemplate doing any painting? If so, see us
before buying your paint.
We have everything the farmer needs. See us when in
Whittle & Plunkett
1289 Broad St.