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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, September 17.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. Ludy Blakely of Ora, is
here visiting her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. P. P. Blalock.
Miss Mattie Sue Holston has gone to
Columbia to attend a business col
Mr. L. H. Harling of Millen, Ga.,
was a welcome visitor in Edgefield
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Allen and Miss
Mary Lewis were among the visitors
in Edgefield Monday.
Mr. Calhoun A. Mays came dow/
from Greenwood and spent Satur
day in Edgefield.
Mr. and Mrs B. B. Jones and Miss
Nelle Jones are spending some time
in the mountains of North Carolina.
Mrs Hal Beman of Augusta spent
last week in Edgefield with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Key.
Miss Annie Bee spent the week
end in Aiken as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs, L W. Fowler.
* Miss Mollie Ransom of Augusta
has been the guest of Rev. and Mrs.
P. P .Blalock during the past week.
Mr. A. S. Tompkins left for Char
lotte yesterday and will also motor
to Asheville before he returns to
Misses Sophie and Marie Abney
entertained very delightfully at din
ner Thursday in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Maner Lawton.
Miss Charlotte Strother has been
very cordially greeted by her friends
upon her return from Beaufort to
remain in Edgefield.
Misses Ruth Tompkins and Eliza
beth Smith left for Greenwood yes
terday to attend a large dance to be
given there this week.
Mr. Frank C. Watson has sold his
farm near Berea church through the
South Atlantic . Realty Company to
Mr. Frank Byrd, the price being
about $100 per acre.
Mrs, Lallah Graydon of Green
wood and Mr. and Mrs. Sterling
Graydon of Charlotte, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Tompkins for
the week end.
Mr. W, G. Byrd, better known
as Billy Byrd, is weighing cotton like
a veteran wiegher. The Advertiser
expects to see him make a fine
The young people enjoyed a dance
in the Opera House Monday night,
music being furnished by Balk's or
chestra of Augusta. There were vis
itors from Aiken, Johnston and
Mr. T. P. Morgan went to Swains
boro, Ga., Saturday to carry his
daughter, Miss Savannah Morgan, to
enter school at that place. She will
reside with her aunt. Mr. Morgan
reutrned to Edgefield Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brunson, Jr.,
were presented with a little daughter
by the Stork Sunday. They are at
present making their home with Mr.
Brunson's father, Mr. A. L. Brunson,
Sr., at Cleora.
Mr. P. P. Burns left Edgefield yes
terday for Boston to enter Harvard
University where he will take a spe
cial course during the session of
1919-20. Mrs. Burns will remain in
Edgefield with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. Sheppard while Mr. Burns
is in Boston.
It is worth calling at the office of
Mr. George F. Mims to see the cozy
little room he has provided for mak
ing examination of eyes and fitting
glasses. Mr. Mims' optical suite is
now the peer of any in the large
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Duncan mo
tored from Asheville to Edgefield
Monday, leavng the city that is nes
tled in the mountains about 10
o'clock Monday morning. This long
journey in a day without a mishap
of any kind is a strong endorsement
of the faithful Ford, if it needed any
The Advertiser salutes the new
firm, Mooney and Yonce, successors
to the Yonce Motor Company. See
their announcement this week, hav
ing acquired the Parksville Ford
Agency. A fuller notice next week.
Attend the big auction sale that
-will be conducted Tuesday and Wed
nesday by the South Atlantic Realty
The Davis Realty Company has a
large number of pieces of valuable
property listed with them. See them
A number of valuable horses were
sold at auction at the fair grounds
Saturday. Several sold as high as
$225, the people present realizing
that they were excellent animals and
were willing to pay for them.
On account of observing Thurs
day and Friday, September 25 and
26 as Jewish holidays, the stores of
Daitch Bros., Rubenstein and Israel
Mukashy will be closed on those
Attention is directed to the adver
tisement of the new store, Quarles'
Variety Store, which will open Sat
urday, September 20. A fuller notice
of this new enterprise next week.
Attention is directed to the follow
new advertisements this week: The
Corner Store, Israel Mukashy, Moon
ey and Yonce, Movies in the Opera
House, Jackson Cafe, Jackson M?r
ket, Bank of Trenton, Dorn & Mims
and Quarles' Variety Store.
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Ouzts, 317 West Fourth Street, Sep
tember 8, a daughter. Mrs. Ouzts
was Miss Leonora Howell.-Arkan
The South Atlantic Realty Com
pany will sell at auction some valua
ble property in the town of Johnston
next Tuesday and also some very
fine farm property near Johnston.
Tell your friends about the sale. Val
uable Edgefield property will be sold
Have you made a guess as to how
much money is in the glass jar that
will be given away next Wednesday
by the South Atlantic Realty Com
pany? Read their page advertise
ment and see what they say about
giving the jar of money away free.
Mr. E. J. Jones, who is assistant
to the superintendent of the Confed
erate Home in Columbia, is spend- j
ing several days here with Mr. and |
Mrs S. M. Smith. It will be recalled
that Mr. Jones married Miss Ellie
Brooks of Edgefield.
Major W. A. Collett and Major
John Warren have both secured hon
orable dicsharges and are at home to
remain. A very cordial welcome back
to civilian life has been extended to
both of these gentlemen. Major War
ren has been in Edgefield several
times since he was discharged.
Mr. Egbert Morgan is already be
ing missed by his Edgefield friends.
Eearly last week he went to Colum
bia to accept a position with the Tay
lor Drug Company. He was in the i
employment of this company some
time before he entered the military
service and they have been eager to
employ him again since he was dis
Mr. W. P. Sawyer of Ridge Spring
has returned to Edgefield to buy cot
ton this season. Mr. Sawyer is pleas
antly remembered in Edgefield and
has been very cordially greeted. This
is his third season in the Edgefield
cotton market. He was absent last
season on account of being in thc
The next regular teachers' exam
ination will be held Saturday, Oc
tober 4. White applicants report at
Court House; colored applicants,
Macedonia school, 9:30 o'clock. War
emergency certificates are cancelled
by order State Board of Education.
W. W. FULLER,
Co. Supt. Education.
Best White Pine Doors 1 3-8
hinges on all for $3.50.
Best White Pine Sash, 10-12 ?
Best White Lime at $2.25.
Best Pat. Plaster at $1.00, sa
Best White sacked Cement $1
Best Red Brick at S2.00; Sal
Piaster Lathes at $6.00 per t
Ruberoid Roofing of all kinds
Cypress and Cedar Shingles ai
. rial carried in stoek.
Petitions Filed With Auditor.
Mayor J. G. Edwards upon being
asked about the status of the propos
ed water and sewer system for Edge
field, stated that a very large num
ber of names were signed to the pe
titions for the election and the peti
tions have been filed with the county
auditor to have the names of free
holders verified. After that has been
done an election will be ordered, giv
ing the people an opportunity to vote
on the bond issue. We doubt if there
will be a single dissenting ballot
Valuable Harmony Lands at
An opportunity will be given for
purchasing of several tracts of land
in the Harmony section of the coun
ty next Tuesday. The Harmony
community is an exceptional rural
community. The people are not only
intelligent and alert but progressive
and public spirited. Whenever any
thing is undertaken for the public
good every man puts his shoulder to
the wheel and makes the undertak
ing a succees. This is evidenced by
the handsome brick church and the
splendid brick school biulding near
by. Few, if any, rural communities
in the State have so well equipped
school and church. It is in such a
community as this that fertile lands
will be offer?d for sale at auction by
the South Atlantic Realty Company
next Tuesday. Be sure to attend this
sale. An opportunity is presented
that will not be offered again soon.
I desire to notify the public that
I have opened a first-class barber
shop over the Mitchell drug store,
Miller's old stand, and solicit the pa
tronage of the people. I will have a
polite and courteous barber always
Walter. L. Holston.
For Sale at Auction.
The undersigned will sell at auc
tion to the highest bidder at ll a. m.,
the first Monday in October, the
buildings, stalls, fence and all im
provements on the Edgefield county
fair grounds. This will afford persons
who contemplate erecting barns, ten
ant houses, garages, etc., an oppor
tunity to secure first-class second
hand material at a reasonable price.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids. Terms, cash.
J. R. Cantelou,
J. G. Tompkins,
Sec. and Treas.
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 ^he 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.
J. H. CANTELOU
Attorney at Law
Will Practice in AU Courts.
Office Over Store
REYNOLDS & PADGETT
2-8xG 8 with mortised lock and
OT 10-15, 12 lights, for $3.00.
1.00, sacks returned.
mon at $1.80, ?ats included.
i at prices to meet competition,
id all kinds of building mate
2. S. JOHNSON.
Oldest I Strongest Safest
For Over Thirty Years
this bank has aided in developing the fertile farming section of
Western South Carolina. '
lt has helped thousands of farmers to rise from veritable pov
erty to independence.
If you are not enjoying the advantages of its unequalled facili
ties you are invited to let us serve you.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $600,000.00
Strongest State Bank in South Carolina
G. H. BAILEHTINE, Manager G. W. MOBLEY, Asst. Mgr. W.W. RHODEN, Asst. Mgr.
The Parksville Ford Agency
has been discontinued and we have acquired
the territory heretofore served by that
We are in a better position to serve the
people from Edgefield than we have ever
been and solicit their patronage. Our month
ly allotment of cars has been greatly in
creased and we can make more prompt de
GET YOUR ORDERS IN
Yonce & Mooney
Successors to YONCE MOTOR CO.