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Probably the only organs that can be obtained in Edgefield county this year or next.
I bought one hundred and forty organs in February, and fifty of them were shipped
July 23 to Edgefield and should arrive there by August 7. After the organs I have are
sold I do not know whether I can get any more for many months.
I advise every one who thinks of buyiiVan organ either this year or next year to get
one of this lot, for it is very doubtful if I can furnish another organ to any one in Edge
field county for at least a year hence. "
Prices on the various stlyes will be found in another place in this paper, and the prices
will be regularly printed every week through August and September.
The organs will be in the store next to L. T. May's grocery store. The store will be
open until October first for the sale of these organs, and there will be a representative
to arrange terms with purchasers.
These instruments will be all sold by October first or removed elsewhere. This is your
only chance to get an organ this season. I have tried the organ market and bought all
that I could obtain. My facilities have not been limited. The only limit I have had to
buying was the ability of the factory to supply the organs. Call and see these organs
or write to me at Greenwood.
REFERENCE: The Bank of Greenwood, th* -
The Greenwood Piano Man
j. i-1_ n
ing luxuries and taking the high lc
off of necessities. Ke said North a
South Carolina is the best locality
the world for people of limited mea
to live, but if we attract people }
must show the world that ours la'
. will be justly enforced. Mr. Dial i
ferred to the great benefit to be d
rived from the Federal Reserve ai
the land banks, enabling men of ve
limited means to purchase a farm <
long time at a low rate of interei
He stated that he built the secor
bonded ware house that was erecti
in South Carolina and that he favo
bonded warehouse for products <
the soil like those in which whiski
is stored. He also favors an increase
number of merchant vessels. Mr. D
al's speech was well received.
Mr. J. F. Rice of Anderson was tl
last speaker of the senatorial cand
dates. While he hails from Anderso
county he at one time owned som
real estate in Edgefield county. H
came originally from Virginia, ha\
ing been a resident of South Carolin
. about 23 years. He taught school an
later studied law. He presented hi
claims for the U. S. Senate and wa
respectfully received by the audience
The congressional candidates fol
lowed, with Hon. N. G. Evans speak
ing first. He stated that there is bu
one real issue before the America:
people and that is war. President Wil
son kept America out of thc war a
long as he could do it honorably. Mi
Evans stated that the only criticism
he had to make of Mr. Byrnes is tha
he voted against the draft act. Hi
defended the selective service la\
upon the ground that it falls upoi
all alike-white and colored-rici
and poor. All are forced to do thei
bit under this law. Had the voluntee
system such as Mr. Byrnes advocate?
been adopted it probably would no
have raised an army of 200,000 mei
by this time. He defended England
stating that had it not been for hei
powerful navy no market could have
been provided for our cotton. Mr
Evans expressed the belief that th(
war would last four years and thal
a very large army will be needed. Ev
en after hostilities actually cease il
will require a year or two to straight
en out Russia and Turkey. If elected
he will endeavor to adjust legislation
so as to meet after-the-war condi
, Unie to criticism of thc official re?u
of Mr. Byrnes. He stated that I
father was in the Ellenton riot ai
that Mr. Byrnes' endeavors to prej
dice the people against him upon tl
ground that he advoccated a Repu
Hear, fer the .A'ken p.,st office. ?
stated that Mr. Byrnes voted again
the construction of more battleshi]
and against the nitrate plant whit
was to be used for making munition
He also said that Mr. Byrnes fougl
the draft act which was advocate
by President Wilson. Mr. Croft state
that he would have voted for any bi
favored by tho President and thr
he would have amended it afterward;
Mr. Croft read and commented upo
extracts from Mr. Byrnes' speech o
the draft act. Mr. Croft explaine
that at the time the Republican wa
appointed postmaster he was not
member of congress. He anticipate
the reading of a letter by Mr. Byrne
from Congressman Glass, in whic!
j the president referred to Mr. Byrnes
j candidacy but did not make an en
j The third speaker was Hon. Jame:
IF. Byrnes who has served the peoph
of the second congressional distric
i for the past eight years. He statec
I that his father and grand-father bot!
?were born and reared in this country
?and in reply to the charge of disloy
alty Mr. Byrnes stated that the mar
. who questions the loyalty of him 01
his wifeois absolutely false. He statec
that he did no t join the Patriotic
League because he was in congress
and was fighting in the patriotic
league of the nation. He stated thal
Gen. Scott, the chief of staff, and not
the President, drafted the bill pro
viding for men from 19 to 25 tc
serve and that he opposed that bill
because it made no provision for the
exemption of those engaged in farm
ing, and that he favored the calling
of volunteers while the draft bill was
being put into operation. He stated
that he voted for all of the 134 war
measures that were introduced into
congress. He charged Mr. Croft with
endorcing a Republican for the Aiken
postoffice. He voted for an act to
compel foreigners to enlist in the
American army or be forced to re
turn to their own country. When it
comes to peace terms he stated that
J he will stand by terms thai are die
tutu nc? ex abMiviwcu ?Ul u y tuna ?
fore the latter attacked him. He st:
ed that he? was a man of limit
means while Mr. Byrnes draws mo
than $10 00 a day from the pub!
treasury. Ke stated that his forefat
ers fought in the Revolution. I
stated that Mr. Byrnes is a wealtl
man who has his money invested
stocks and bonds and does not p<
tax on an automobile. Had he be<
in congress he would have voted fi
the war and would have volunteer?
the next morning. He stated that
stripes are put on the Kaiser it wi
have to be done by somebody el:
except Mr. Byrnes. He said he mac
a fight for Woodrow Wilson by hel]
ing to elect men to the State convei
tion who would support Wilson fe
president and the men who kept th
home fires burning should be rewart
ed. He said Mr. Byrnes wants all th
cream for himself and then come
before the people and appeals fo
sympathy. He said Mr. Byrnes claim
credit for the nitrate bill while Sen
ator Tillman save that credit to Sen
ator Smith. He said that Mr. Byrne
voted to cover up the rascality o
At times some of the congression
al candidates engaged in personali
ties that were unpleasant. With thi
exception the day passed very pleas
antly. The speeches in the main wen
unusually strong and patriotic.
Hon. C. L. Blease, candidate fo:
the long term, and Hon. Thomas H
Peeples, candidate for the short tern
were absent. No response was mad<
when their names were called.
One power cane mill. Has beer
run one year and is as good as new
and a nine-foot copper pan. I alsc
have one two horse power gas engine
in first class condition, suitable foi
running cane mill or sawing wood
Will sell both together or separate
You can see them both together al
E. W. Samuel.
How To Give Quinine To Children.
FKBRII.INE is the trade-mark name given to an
improved Quinine. It is n Tasteless Syrup, pleas: ?
fin? to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the .'ext time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask for 2-ounce ericinal package. The
name FSBKJLIMS is blown iu bottle. 25 cents.
aigs us arranged by tne State execu
Senatorial Campaign. .
Newberry, Wednesday August 7.
Laurens, Thursday, August 8.
Greenwood, Friday, August 9.
Abbeville, Saturday, August 10.
McCormick, Tuesday, Auggust 13.
Anderson, Wednesday, August 14.
Walhalla, Thursday, August 15.
Pickens, Friday, August 16.
Greenville, Saturday, August 17.
Union, Wednesday, August 21.
Gaffney, Thursday, August 22.
Spartanburg, Friday, August 23.
Dillon, Wednesday, August 7
Conway, Thursday, August 8.
Marion, Friday, August 9.
Florence, Saturday, August, 10.
Manning, Tuesday, August 13.
Kingstree, Wednesday, August 14.
Georgetown, Thursday, August 15
Monck's Corner, Friday, August
Charleston, Saturday, August 17.
St. George, Tuesday, August 20.
Orangeburg, Wednesday, August
St. Matthews, Thursday, August
Columbia, Friday, August 23.
The canning season is on. We have
a large stock of packers 2 and 3
pound cans. Let us supply your needs.
Trenton Fertilizer Co.,
I desire to notify my friends and
the public generally that I have ac
quired the barber shop in the base
ment beneath the store of Reynolds
and Padgett and will appreciate your
patronage, doing my utmost always
to give perfect satisfaction.
Your patronage will be appreciated
E: D. Corley.
Just received a car of Tilehold
select Red Cedar Shingles. Get our
prices before buying. We can save
Trenton Fertilizer Co.,
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure, j
The worst cases, no matter of how lonjr standing, I
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. .
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves I
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1X0
OWEN BROS. MARBLE &
GRANITE CO. .
DEALERS IN EVERYTHING FOR
The largest and best equipped monu
mental mills in the Carolinas.
F. A. JOHNSON, Local Agent
I GARRETT & COMPANY
Notice of Final Discharge.
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas. W. C. Derrick has
made application unto this Court
for Final Discharge as Administra
tor in re the Estate of Mrs. Amelia
Houston deceased, on thia the 23rd
day of July 1918.
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 27th day of August 1918 at ll
o'clock a. m., why said order of
Discharge should not bc granted.
W. T. KINNAIRD,
J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
July 23, 10IS.
Notice to Shopping
For a while I am located in
the retail dry goods depart
ment ot' J. T>. White ?S: Co.,
Augusta, Ga., and 1 extend a
cordial invitation to any of
my Edgefield and Saluda
friends to call on me while in
the city. Respectfully,
JAS. E. HART,
Edgefield, S. C.
To Preveut Blood Poisoning
.?pply at once the wonderful old reliable DE,
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. a sur
trical dressing that relieves pain and heals at
the snme time. Not a liniment. 25c. 50c. $1.00,