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On account of the bad weather on the last
days of GREAT REDUCTION SALE, and to
give my out-of-town customers an opportu
nity to avail themselves of the wonderful
bargains that I am offering, I will continue
the sale for, 10 days more.
I SALE CONTINUED I
SALE CONTINUED ? _ . TMR|TT , FOR
A I A. DAITCH I
History Edge?eld County Red
i (Continued from Page 2)
gess, December 7, 1917 to December
Miss Sadie Mims, December 20,
1918 to February 1, 1919.
VI. Supervisor of Surgical Dress
ings-Miss Mary Butler, March 2,
1918 until work was discontinued.
VII. Supervisor of Hospital Gar
ments-Mrs. Agatha Woodson, Feb
ruary 7, 1918 to December 20, 1918.
VIII. Supervisor of General Sup
plies-Mrs. Hugh Nicholson, Febru
ary 7, 1918 to December 20, 1918. !
LX. Purchasing and Shipping
Agent-Mrs. B. L. Mims, February
7, 1918 until office was abolished.
X. Clerk.-rM-s. J. B. Kennerly,
-February 7, 1918 to December 20,
XI. Publicity Chairman-Rev. A.
L. Gunter, December 10, 1917 to
February 9, 1918. Methodist Minister
From February 9, 1918 to Sep
tember 12, 1918-Miss Annie Clisby.
XII. Finance Chairman-Rev. Pen
dleton Jones, December 1917 to
September 1918, Baptist Minister.
XIII. Home Relief-Rev. A. L.
Gunter, February 9, 191 8to Septem
ber 20, 1918.
Mrs. J. L. Mims-September 20,
XIV. Membership-Miss Annie
.Clisby, December 20, 1917 to Sep.
kember 12, 1918.
XV. Director of Woman's Work
.Miss Sarah Collett, February 7, 19li
ito December 20, 1918.
XVI. Extension-Miss Sarah Col
lett, February 7, 1918 to April 6
XVII. Junior Red Cross-Mr. T. J
Lyon, February 9, 1918 to Septeno
ber 9, 1918.
Rev. A. L. Gunter, September 2(
1918 to present time.
XVIII. Nursing-Mrs. J. G. A
ford, October 22, 1918 to presei
XIX. Canteen-Mrs. J. G. Ei
wards, October 22, 1918 to presei
"_Rev. R. G. Shannonhouse, Chai
man; Miss Sarah Collett, Vice-Cha:
jnan; Miss -Hortense Padgett, Se?
tary; Mrs. R. C. Padgett, Treasur
(resigned) ; Mr. Ernest E. Padge
Treasurer; Mrs. R. A. Marsh, M
J. B. Kenn?riy, Mts. J. H. C?ntele
Mrs. J. S. Byrd, Mrs. Bettis Can
lou, Mrs. B. L. Mims, Mrs, Agat
Woodson, Miss Mary Butler, Miss A
nie Clisrby, 'Rev. A. L. Gunter, RJ
Pendleton Jones, Mr. T. J. Lyon, M
J. L. Mims, Mrs. Pendleton Jones.
Work done by the Edgefield Chi
ter, The Trenton Branch and Couu
Auxiliaries from December 7" 1917
May 1, 1919:
Hospital Garments_ __ 8
Surgical Dressings_ __ 3,6
Knitted Garments___ __ 1
Ambulance Pillows_ __ I1
Christmas Boxes___"_\_ 2:
Soldiers' Sweaters mended __ 4i
Children's Sweaters knitted_
Children's Stockings knitted / '
Clothing for Belgians (lbs)
Handkerchiefs __ ___21
Pillow Cases __ _
Bed Sheets_ i
Hand towels_ 2:
I The Nursing Committee, assist)
i by other members of the Chapter, d
'good service during the influenza, e
?idemic in preparing food and carr
jing it to many homes where all tl
?adults were ill at the same time, ai
also in helping to nurse. At the r
?quest of this Committee the Ch?pt
paid hospital and. operation expeu
, -es, seventy-five dollars, for a vxortl
young woman employed in the Cc
ton Mills in Edgefield who must otb
. 'wise have died. A class in nuasing
> now being taught.
I The Home Service section, repoi
sevice rendered in three hundn
?cases; advice given, letters, writte
' ?securing allottments, forwarding a
r 'plications for discharge from ti
L*'Army; securing the Sixty Dollar B
nus for discharged soldiers, etc
j The chapter contributed One Hu
dred Dollars to the county fund f
j_ Syrian and Armenian Relief.
lt The Treasurer's report shows tot
receipts from December 7, 1917
j_ May 1, 1919,.$3,892.;
at Total Disbursements_$3,071.1
Balance in Bank_$ 820.
The Junior Red Cross for Edg
:? field reports:
Property bags made_- - 3
ir" Girls' petticoats
e" Girls' chemises - - - - - 1
Officers and Executive Committ
' Now in Office (May 1, 1919).
)U, Mr. W. B. Cogburn, Chairman
te- Chapter and also of Executive Coi
Mrs. B. L, Mims, Vice-Chairm
Miss. Annie Clisby, Secretary.
Mr. Ernest E. Padgett, Treasui
-Miss Mary Butler, Director of V
Mr. C- M. Mellichampy Public
Mr. J. G. Holland, Rfctabeisl
Mrs. J. L. Mini3, Home Sorv
Mrs. J. H. Nicholson, Cons-arr-aLi
and Refugee- Chairman.
Mrs. J. G. Edwards, Canteea Chi
Mrs. J. G. Alford, Nursing- Coi
I Mrs. Bettis Cantctoa, Mrs. JSL .
Marsh, Miss Saxah Collett.
Rev. A. L. Gunter,, Junior R
All these officers from Decemb
7r 1917, to May 1, 19-19, represe;
the best citizenship af Edgefield.
The County Treasurer's office w
be open for the purpose of receivu
taxes from the 15th, day of Octobe
19.19, to the 15fch day of Maro
All taxes shall, be due and pay ab
between the 15th day of Octobe
1*19, and December 31st, 1919.
That when taxes charged shall a
h& paid by December Sl.t, 1919,.ti
County Auditor shall proceed to at
* la penalty of ona per cent, for Jan;
' ' ary, and if taxes are not paid on. <
;before February 1st, 1920, the Cans
' ?ty Auditor willi proceed to add.- tra
? per cent, and fLwe per cent, addj?oj
? al, from the 1st of March to the 151
" of March, af tar which time all u:
' paid' taxes will be collected b? ti
The tax ler?s for the yeae 19]
are as follow?:
j For State purposes
o For Ordinary County_
g For Special County
? For Constitutional School Tax
g For Antioeh
? For Bacon School District-1
For Blocker _
16 For Colliers_.
?J For Flat Rock _.
,0 For Oak Grove
se For Red Hill -.
For Edgefield -
of For Elmwood No. 8-.-_
n- For Elmwood No. 9 ..........
For Elmwood No. 30
For-Elmwood L. C. .
For Johnston- ll
For Meriwether (Gregg)-N 2
For Moss_ 3
For Brimson School- 4
For Ropery- 2
For Shaw - 4
For Sweetwater- 4
For Talbert_ 2
For Wards _ 2
For Wards Nv 33_ 4
For Blocker Rv R. (portion)_15
For Elmwood R. R. (portion)_15
For Johnston E*. R- 3
For Pickens R. R._ 3
For Wise R. _ 3
AH the male aitizens between the
ages cf 21 yeare and; 60 years, ex
cept tfcose exempt by law, are liable
to> a poll tax of One Dollar eachv A
capital tax of 50 cents each is to< be
paid os all dogs.
The law prescribes that all male
citizens between She ages of 18 asid:
55' years must pay $2.00 commuta
tion, tax. No commentation is includ
ed; in the property tai. So ask flor
mad tax receipt when you desire to
pay road tax.
X L- PRINCE;
Co. Treas. El C.
State of South Carolina.
Edge ricki County
Pursuant to ai resolution by the
.directors of MORGAN HUMBER
iCOMPANY, a corporation under the
laws of the Stater of South Carolina,
increasing the capital stock of said
corporation ficom Fifty Thousand
Dollars (550,000) to One Hundred
Thousand DoRazs, ($100,000), Notice
is Hereby Gr?en that the stockhold
ers of said MORGAN LUMBER
COMPANY are requested and de
sired to meet at the office of the com
pany at Edgefield, S. C." at ll o'clock
a. m. February 20th, 19&0, to consid
er the said resolution, of the Direct
ors of said corporation, and to de
cide whether they will adopt or re
L. J. MAUNEY,
As President Morgan Lumber Co.
C. F. Knott, Sec.
FOR SALE: One work steer,
weighing about 900 pounds, price
B. T. LANHAM.
Make More Money
f "^TEVER before, in the history ot the country, have farra
j products brought such high prices. And the successful
' farmer will reap the benelit in bigger profits! Naturally the larger
.Crop, the greater will your profit be; hence it is essestial that you
make each aure of land produce its utmost. For prize crops Of cot
ton, corn, truck-use Planters .Fertilizers. 90 to 95 bushel* of
.corn-1 to 2 bales of cotton per acre are records established through
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For many years Planters Fertilize, has been the preference of the
South's most successful farmers, because it has made it possible to \
prodnce bisrger, better crops. Make every acrecoant this year-GET
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for Free Advice, Information and Prices-or writ? us direct-TO
DAY, lt means dollars to you.
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Charleston . . South Carolina
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I ARGE STOCK OF
JEWELRY TO SELECT FROM
We invite our Edgefield friends to visit our store when in Au
gusta. We have the largest stock of
of all kinds that we have ever shown. It will be a pleasure to
show you through oar stock. Every department is constantly re
plenished with the newest designs.
We call attention to our repairing department, which has every
improvement. Your watch or clock made as good as new.
A. J. KENKI
980 BROAD ST.