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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, September 3.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mr. Baron Hill of Augusta was in
Edgefield last week.
Mrs. W. B. Cogburn'is in Green
wood visiting Mrs. Lillie Cogburn. j
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Mrs. Abram Daitch is visiting rel-.
atives in Newberry this week.
Mrs. Annie Walker is in Atlanta
visiting her son, Mr. Harry Walker.
Miss Rosa Hill spent several days
last week with relatives in Edgefield.
Miss Katherine Rice of Columbia
is here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bettis
Masters George and Robert Tomp
kins came over from Columbia for
Miss Ethel Schenk spent ' last1
week very pleasantly in Greenwood
Mr. R. G. M. Dunovant and Mr.
F. W. Sheppard will leave tomorrow ?
for Birmingham to accept positions
with large steel works.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Nicholson and
Miss Mary Nicholson are spending i
this week in Greer visiting Mrs. Ar
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reel announce
the marriage of their daughter, Ja
nie Elizabeth to 'Mr. Joe Jennings
Boazman, August 31, 1919.
Miss Fannie Wright Hill of Au
gusta has been the guest of Mrs. W. !
L. Dunovant, Jr., during the past
Mr .and Mrs. A. E. Padgett re
turned Monday from an extended
trip to Washington, New York and
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Munnerlyn of
Bennettsville spent a portion of last
week here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R
The Edgefield Chapter U. D. C.,
will meet at the home of Mrs. R. A.
Marsh on Wednesday afternoon,
September 10th, at 5 o'clock.
Mr. S. McGowan Simkins will go I
to Columbia Friday on professional '
business, having been engaged in the
defense of a man under indictment
Mr. W. L. Wright has completed
his course in pharmacy at a leading j
^allege in Atlanta and has accepted,
apposition with his uncle at the'
Mitchell Drug Store. Ht has been '
i/varmly greeted by his Edgefield
Mr. W. M. Mooney of the Ford
[office in Charlotte, arrived in Edge
'field this morning to make a social ;
and official visit to the Edgefield
Ford agency, thc Yonce Motor Com
Attention is directed to the fol-1
lowing new advertisements this
week. Corner Store, Dorn & Mims, !
Davis Re- '.ty Company, Rubenstein, |
Columbia Supply Company, Reel
Brothers, J. D. Kemp, E. S. John
son and the Bank of Trenton.
Mr. J. G. Holland has purchased
the Griffin Hill place, containing fif- |
ty acres. He will move the present ?
residence some distance down this
way on Addison Street and will erect
a modern residence or an attractive
bungalow where the old house now
Mr. J. A. Timmerman, Jr., has
been engaged by Mr. H. E. Quarles
as one of the salesmen in the
Quarles Variety Store that will
soon open up for business in the new
/Byrd building. Two of Mr. Quarles'
, sisters will also be employed in the
A representative of the celebrated
Globe Tailoring Company will be at
the store of Dom and Mims Sep
tember 10 and ll to take orders for
tailor made suits. This is a good op
portunity to get a stylish suit made
to fit at a reasonable price. See the
advertisement in this issue.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tucker left
Edgefield Monday to make their
home in McCormick, where Mr.
Tucker will engage in the mercantile
business. For several years he has
been in the employment of Mr. Is
rael Mukashy and has many warm
personal friends in Edgefield who
wish him success in his new field.
A meeting of the Red Cross Ex
ecutive committee will be held in
the office of Mr. W. B. Cogburn
Friday afternoon at five o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cogburn and
children are up from Augusta spend
ing this week with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Lillian McIntyre and Miss
Marie Brady of Columbia spent the
week-end in Edgefield with Mrs. J.
Mrs J .P. Sullivan and her ri. ree
attractive daughters motored to
Edgefield Tuesday from their home
in the Callison community.
Mr. DeLoach Warren is again at
his old post of duty with W. W.
Adams and Company. He will give
his friends a cordial greeting.
John Harris, a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph C. Harris, has arrived from
overseas and is at Camp Merritt at
present. He is.expected to arrive in !
Edgefield this week.
Mrs. A. H. Corley gave a tea
Thursday evening in honor of her
brother, Mr. Charles Cannon and
Mr. M. D. Tucker of Conyers, Ga.,
who holds the position of bookkeep
er at the Addison Mills.
The friends of Mr. L?slie Ed
munds, a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Edmunds, have greeted him very
cordially upon his discharge from
tha navy. His brother, Christopher,
is still in the service.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S'. Tompkins, Jr.,
cane over from Columbia to spend
last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A.
S. Tompkins. Mr. Tompkins yielded
to the desire to eat his birthday din
ner under the parental roof.
Mr. Robert L. Walker of Macon
is here visiting his sister, Mrs. J. R.
Cantelou. Mr. Walker possesses very
decided musical talent and has been
teaching music in Macon for some
Mr. M. W. Shive, the Edgefield
manager of the Davis Realty Com
pany, has moved his office over the
auto salesroom of J. D. Holstein, Jr.,
formerly occupied by Dr. J. S. Byrd
for a number of years.
Mrs. S. W. Nicholson of Columbia, j
accompanied by two of her children, !
spent last week visiting relatives in !
the county. She was very cordially
greeted by her friends here as she
passed through Edgefield.
Mr. Tom Matson will arrive to
nigh"; from Atlanta to join Mr.
Chailes Cannon, who is here visiting
his ?.ister, Mrs. A. H. Corley, and j
they will leave Edgefield in a few
days for New York on a pleasure
Miss Maggie Winn was among the
visitors in Edgefield Saturday, hav
ing returned only a few days before
from a stay of three weeks with
friends at Hot Springs, N. C. She
has accepted a position as teacher in
the graded school at Plum Branch
for the approaching session.
Miss Lucile Culbreath will teach
in the school at Coronaca again and
will enter upon her duties next
week. Miss Annie Mae Culbreath has
accepted a position in the graded
school at Mt. Pleasant. Miss Velma
Cogburn of Meeting Street will al
so teach at Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. Robert H. Parks has given up
his position as salesman at the store
of the Edgefieh' Mercantile Com
pany and^ Mr. Cor \elius Holmes and
Mr. Bowles Morgan have been add
ed to the salesforce. We are pleased
to announce that Mr. Morgan has
cast hi? lot among us.
Messrs. Reel Brothers are now do
ing business at the former stand of
Mr. J. D. Kemp, having now on hand
a fresh stock of heavy and fancy
groceries. They are conducting the
market as it has formerly been con
ducted at this place. Mr. J. S. Smith
is serving Reel Brothers as sales
The corporators of the People's
Bank met Tuesday to receive sub
scriptions to the capital stock of the
bank and the record shows that 146
persons have subscribed to the cap
ital stock, the aggregate being $75,
000. A meeting of the stockholders
will be held Thursday to elect a
board of directors.
FOR SALE: 500 bushels of native
oats for seed.
J. R. CANTELOU.
FOR SALE:: One Ford car in
W. M. HARLIMG,
The newspapers are beginning to
protest against the free work they
are asked to do by the government
and by individual and corporate en
terprises. While the war was on they
gave their space without stint but
in peace times they think a govern
ment so liberal with public funds in
other ways might pay for publicity.
Hereafter, so far as this sheet is
concerned, advertising is advertis
Modern Dental Suite.
Dr. J. S. Byrd has moved his den
tal office into the beautiful suite on
the second floor in his new building.
His rooms are not surpassed any
where in the State. He has a recep
tion room, ladies' dressing room,
operating room and laboratory in
the front portion of the second
story and in the rear there is a
waiting room and operating room
for colored people. In addition- to
this modern suite Dr. Bryd has the
most improved appliances by way of
electrical devices and sterilizing
equipment. Later he will install an
X-ray machine for making examina
tions and X-ray pictures of the teeth
to show the diseased parts if there
be any. Dr. Byrd is being warmly
congratulated upon his beautiful
All members of the Sunday School
of the First Baptist Church of
Edgefield together with all others
who wish to join, are urgently re
quested to be present for the next
two successive Sunday rornings as
we wish to grade1 and classify all
classes for the coming year, begin
ning on October 1st, 1919.
Won't you come and join our Sun
day School? I know from personal
knowledge and experience that you
would be greatly benefitted spirit
ually. COME! We will welcome you!
J. H. CANTELOU,
W. C. T. U. Meeting.
The September meeting of the
W. C. T. U. will meet on Monday at
six o'clock with Mrs. A. L. Gunter,
when the annual election of officers
will take place.
Plans will be made for World's
Temperance Sunday and Frances
Willard Day in the school.
A reading entitled Appropriating
the White Ribbon will be given
by Mrs. W. A. Byrd.
As the books will close on Sep
tember 25, all members are urged
to bring in their dues, so that our
treasurer, Mrs. Byrd, will be enabled
to make a full report.
MRS. J. L. MIMS, Pres.
Just What She Needed.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Tablets some time ago and they
proved to be just what I needed,"
whites Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chilli
cothe, Mo. They not only relieved
me of indigestion but toned up my
liver and rid me of backache and
dizziness that I had been subject to
for some time. They did me a world
of good and I will always speak a
good word for them."
Miss Mary Holland has arrived
and is prepared with a large and
well selected stock to take your or
FOR SALE: Fuljjhum seed oats
at $1.50 per bushel delivered at
F. F RAINSFORD,
Trenton, S. C., R. F. D. 1
New Coat Suits and Coats, the
newest of this season, arriving daily.
Visit our store and we are more
than glad to show you the new arri
You can find just as good selection
in our millinery department as you
will find in some large city stores.
We have hundreds to select from.
Sufferers from despondency are
apt to become discouraged and feel
that complete recovery is not to be
hope for. No one could make a great
er mistake. Hundreds have been
permanently cured by taking Cham
berlain's Tablets and can now eat
anything that they crave. These tab
lets strengthen the stomach and en
able it to perform its functions nat
urally. If you have not tried them do
so at once.
Place Your Order at ONCE
Yonce Motor Company
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy in Michigan
Mrs. A. H. Hall, Caseville, Mich.,
says, "I wish to thank you for your
grand, good medicine, Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. We are
never without it in the house, and I
am sure it saved our baby's life this
Mrs. Mary Carrington, Caseville,
Mich., says, "I have used Chamber
lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy
for years and it has always given
LOST: A white and liver-ticked
pointer dog about three years old.
Strayed from my home last week.
Five dollars reward.
L. C. EIDSON,
Trenton, S. C.
Ber-* White Pine Doors 1 3-8 2-8x6 8 with mortised lock and
hinges on all for $3.50.
Best White Pine Sash, 10-12 or 10-15,. 12 lights, for $3.00.
Best White Lime at $2.25.
Best Pat. Plaster at $1.00, sacks returned.
Best White sacked Cement $1.00, sacks returned.
Best Ken Brick at $2.00; Salmon at 81.80, bats included.
Piaster Lathes at $6.00 per thousand.
Ruberoid Roofing of all kinds at prices to meet competition.
Cypress and Cedar Shingles and all kinds of building mate
rial carried in stoek.
E. S. JOHNSON.
Every department of our store is being rapidly
filled with new goods direct from the leading
manufacturers and largest jobbers. We bought
them early and saved a large amount of money
for our customers.
We invite the ladies to call and see the latest
styles in ready-to-wear garments. We have made
larger purchases than usual in our ladies' dress
and suit department.
See our large stock of shoes, especially school
shoes which the children will soon need. We can
fit the entire family in stylish footwear.
Our stock of boys' and men's clothing is receiv
ing new additions by express every day. New
fall hats for men and boys.
A pretty assortment of notions and novelties of
all kinds. Come in to see the many new things
that we have just opened up.