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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, November 5.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Janie Hunter of Ora is here
visiting her sister, Mrs. L. T. May.
Miss Mary Nicholson came home
from Lander College for the week
Mrs. Patrick of Savannah^ is visit
ing her brother, Mr. W. F. McMur
A little less than five pounds of
cotton will pay for the Advertiser
one year. /
Mrs. Abner Broadwater is in Sum
ter attending the Woman's Mission
Mrs. W. B. Cogburn is spending
this week in Greenwood with Mrs.
October come and went without ?.
marriage in Edgefield! Who would
have thought it?
Miss Rosada Talbert of Parksville
is here visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Parker.
Mrs. W. D. Ouzts of Johnston was
a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Harling Friday.
Mr. E. L. Yonce, one of the most
substantial citizens of the Johnston
Philippi section, was in Edgefield
Mr. and Mrs. William Dobson of
' Beech Island spent Sunday here
with Mrs. Emma N. Dobson, Mr. Dob
Mrs. E. S. Rives has gone to Sum
ter to visit her parents and will also
attend the Woman's Missionary Un
ion in Sumter.
.If you have not already done so,
call at The Advertiser office and re
new your subscription. Payment is
required in advance.
Mrs. Frank Youngblood came up
from Ellenton and spent several
days with Mrs. Nannie Griffin and
Miss Tillie Youngblood.
Miss Mamie Ouzts of Sherman,
7/Texas, a daughter of Dr. Benjamin
Ouzts, is visiting relatives in Edge
field and in the county.
Mrs. J. P. Nixon and little John
went over to Columbia for the week
end and spent several days with Mr.
and Mrs. T. B. Lanham.
It's a mighty good time to have a
bank account. Mon iy is not only saf
er in bank but it is not as easily
spent as mon j in your pocket.
The Corner Store has something
to say of special interest to the Edge
field people this week. Read Mr. Tur
ner's advertisement in this issue.
Mr. Daniel Morgan ,a son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Morgan, is assistant
to Postmaster C. M. Mellichamp, and
he is already making good in his new
Mr. J. G. Alford announces that he
will gin your cotton every day in the
week, except Sunday. He can gin
your cotton now without having to
?wait several hours.
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant left this
morning for Hartsville to attend the
Synodical Auxiliary conference of
the Presbyterian church. She will be
away until Monday. i
Capt. N. G. Evans is in Greenwood
attenaing the United States court in
the interest of a client. Col. S. B.
Mays and Mr. R. H. Nicholson are al
so attending as jurors.
Mr. Israel Mukashy calls attention
this week to the large stock of de
pendable merchandise that he is sell
ing at very reasonable prices. Read
what he says in his advertisement.
Dr. A. H. Corley has rented from
Mr. M. C. Parker the Holland resi
dence on Columbia street and will
occupy it as soon as Mr. Holland
moves to the Griffin Hill property.
Have you sown all of the oats you
planned and more besides? If not,
start your plows or garden drill
again. Now is the time to begin your
crop diversification and rotation for
Dr. A. Levi Holmes was a welcome
week-end visitor in Edgefield. He
stated that he is greatly pleased with
Blackville, but the sandy plains of
Blackville are not the equal of the
led hills of Edgefield county.
We regret that a sheet of advert
ing copy of Ford cars was misplac
in this office last week, but in this
sue will be found an article of int
est concerning the popular Ford c
Look it up and read it.
Mr. Abram Daitch will go to Gre
wood today to have naturalizati
papers executed before the Unit
States district court. He desires
become a full-fledged Edgefieldii
South Carolinian and American ci
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ludy
?Blakely ,a little daughter, Sundi
?November 2. Mrs. Blakely has be
spending some time with her paren
Rev. and Mrs. P. P. Blalock, so Edj
field can justly lay claim to the lit
The next Lyceum entertainme
will be given in the Opera Hou:
Monday night, November 17, by t
Cambridge Players, being compos
of two young ladies and two gent
men. A fuller notice will be giv
Every young white man who sei
ed in the army or navy during t
late war should attend the meeti
of the Edgefield Post of the Ame
c?n Legion of Honor which is call
by Commander James 0. Sheppard
Mr. Robert Adams, who is atter
ing Clemson College as a seni<
came over from Columbia Frid
where he attended the State fair a:
spent the week-end with his paren
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Adams
Mrs. Kate Kernaghan, Mr. a:
Mrs. J. W. Stewart and Dr. and M:
Marsh will attend the Kernagha
Marsh wedding at Batesburg tonig]
Little Misses Martha Stewart a;
Dorothy Marsh will have a part
the wedding ceremony.
The friends of Mr. Charles
Dobson greeted him very cordial
upon his visit in the early part
last week. His steadily growing sh
business in Greensboro, N. C., i
quires such close attention that ]
seldom visits Edgefield.
Mr. T. M." Adams, one of Collie]
splendid young men, came up in Y
car Sunday morning and carried E
R. G. Lee to Republican church aft
the morning service at the Bapti
church here, and he brought Dr. Li
back to Edgefield in time for the Si
day night service.
Rev. A. L. Gunter is away th
week attending the annual session i
the Upper South Carolina Confe
ence which is in annual session i
Greenwood. It is deeply regrette
that Mr. Gunter can not return 1
Edgefield, having filled his allotmei
of four years here.
After farmers realize the adva:
tages of plowing with a tractor Fore
son tractors will be in almost a
great demand in Edgefield county a
Ford cars. Mr. W. L. Dunovant i
agent for Edgefield county for thes
machines. Read what he says thi
week in his advertisement.
Messrs Quarks and Boddie an
nounce this week that they have jus
received a car load of Kentuck;
mares and mules that they will sell a
the home of Mr. Levi Quasrles nea:
Cleora. Persons in that vicinity wh<
contemplate buying stock should sei
them before making a puchase.
The Advertiser stated through ar
error last week that Capt. N. G
Evans represented Oscar Martin whe
was indicted for murder and convie'
ted of manslaughter. Capt. Evan?
was employed in two other murdei
cases and won both of them. He was
not employed in the Martin case.
We learned with regret several
days ago that our young friend, Fred
Barker of the Meriwether section
will soon leave to make his home in
Coatsville Pennsylvania, a suburb of
Philadelphia. He has accepted a po
sition with a large manufacturing
plant where his brother-in-law has
been located for some time. He and
Mrs. Barker will be greatly missed in
the Meriwether section of the county.
Mr. W. J. Gaines and his son, Pen
dleton Gaines, were among the vis
itors in Edgefield Friday. Pendleton
has resumed his course at the Uni
versity of South Carolina which in
stitution he was attending at the
time he volunteered for aviation ser
vice. He will graduate this year. It is
exceedingly interesting to hear Pen
dleton relate some of his experiences
while doing active aviation duty over
seas during the war.
When you need refreshing come
in and let us serves one of our popu
lar drinks at our fountain. It grows
more and more popular each day.
QUARLES' VARIETY STORE.
All white ex-service men who have
served in any capacity in the late
World War are entitled to member
ship in this great organization which
has been formed to keep alive the
memories of war service. Attend the
meeting to be held ?t the Court
House Sunday, November 9th at 4
p. m., and enroll as a member, or if
unable to attend, send in your name
to James 0. Sheppard, Commander
Edgefield County Post, Edgefield,
Service at Rehoboth.
There will be an all-day service at
Rehoboth this coming Sunday, No
vember 9. In the morning there will
be preaching and in the afternoon
at 2:30 there will be an address in
the interest of the $75,000,000 Cam
paign. All the members of the church
are urge dto be present and to pray
Great Bargain Opportunity.
Just at the time when people need
winter goods of every kind, Mr. Ru
benstein announces in his page ad
vertisement this week that he has re
duced the price on pr?ctically every
thing in his store. Read what he says
and call at this popular store. Mr.
Rubenstein makes good every state
ment he makes in his advertisements.
Fuel Very High in China.
Mr. Henry W. Jackson was in
Edgefield yesterday and stated that
he received a letter a few days ago
from his son, Rev. John Jackson,
who is a missionary in Shanghai,
China. It is already cold in China and
everything points to a severe winter
with".coal selling for $18.50 per ton.
They have no other kind of fuel ex
cept coal. With necessities selling for
such prices, missionaries do not live
as luxuriously on their small salaries
as some people are inclined to be
Edgefield has reluctantly given up
Miss Nita Ouzts, who for more than
a year has rendered such satisfactory
service as assistant postmaster. On
November 1 she resigned and return
ed to the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Ouzts, at Elmwood,
where she, on yesterday, became the
bride of Mr. Wilbur Watkins, who
only recently returned from overseas
duty. Mr. Watkins is a successful
young farmer of Greenwood county.
The best wishes and sincere congrat
ulations of a host of admiring Edge
field friends are extended to Mrs.
Colliers Young People at Col
While in Edgefield Monday Mr.
Frank Adams told us that two of
Colliers' young ladies, Miss Martha
Hammond and Miss Maude Barling,
are attending Limestone College, lo
cated at Gaffney. This is a very fine
school. Fred Adams is at Wofford
College this year and Walter Bland
Mathis is a student at Clemson. We
are always glad to hear of our young
people going to college. Their pa
rents can make no better investment
for them. Better give children an ed
ucation than leave them land or a
The New Overland Cars.
From the time the New Medel
Overland car was put on the market
is has been the marvel of those who
have observed its many very excel
lent qualities and advantages. In the
first place, the Overland manufac
turers are turning out a car that is
within reach of the purse of every in
dividual who is able to own any car
at all. It possesses a number of the
improvements that were found on the
high priced Overland cars.. Every
one who rides in a Model 4 marvels
at the superior springs with which it
is equipped, making riding easy and
comportable over the roughest roads.
Read what is contained in the full
page advertisement of the Overland
Four in this issue. These cars are
sold in Edgefield and vicinity by Mr.
J. D. Holstein, Jr., and in Johnston
and vicinity by the Consolidated
Auto Company which is managed by
Mr. J. P. Bland. If you contemplate
buying a car, communicate with one
of these gentlemen, the one who is in
This Means You.
When you get up with a bad taste
in your mouth, a dull tired feeling,
no relish for food and are constipa
ted, you may know that you need a
dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They
not only cause an agreeable move
ment of the bowels, but cleanse and
invigorate the stomach and improve
Keep an eye on Edgefield. Watch
YONCE & MOONEY.
We want the people, the ladies especially, to see the
New Blue Ribbon
We carry them in two, three and
four-burner sizes, with or
These stoves burn 400 gallons of air to every gallon of kerosene
That's why they are so economical.
They afford the quickest and cheapest
means of cooking. Considering the
scarcity and high price of wood, there
should be hundreds of Edgefield homes
to install a Blue Ribbon Kerosene Stove.
Come in and let us show
you these stoves
Stewart & Kernaghan
We have never shown a larger and more complete
stock r* merchandise than we have now, all of
which was bought early-before the great rise in
We call special attention to our
Department. Large assortment of coat suits,
dresses, cloaks, waists and skirts to select from.
All of the popular colors and fabrics.
Our stock of Men's and Boys' lothing was never
larger. We bought it right and will sell it right
prices within reach of every purse.
We were never stronger on shoes. Work shoes and
dress shoes for men, women and children. Come
in to see us. We can save you money.