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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, February 18.
.LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. C. J. Ramage of Saluda spen
Saturday in Edgefield.
John Minis and Baron Hill spent th*
week-end in Columbia.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cobb has gone t<
Mobile, Ala., to be away until nex
Mrs. E. C. Brown of Greenville, i:
visiting her mother, Mrs. Ida Shep
Rev. L. A. Peatross returned Tues
day from a business trip to Nev
Miss Rosa Hill of Augusta visitei
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant, Jr., for thf
The colored schools are closed or
account of influenza among tho
Mr. Dan Walker of Ellenton was
the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Ellen W.
Strother on Sunday.
Mrs. W. B. Cogburn is spending
this week in Anderson with her
daughter, Mrs Craig.
Dr. R. G. Lee has been invited to
make an address at the Connie Max
well Orphanage on February 23.
Mr. J. Maner Lawton of Savannah
was in Edgefield last week on a visit
to his daughter, C'adys Lawton.
Miss Nan Hough was called to Cam
den last week t. the bedside of her
sister who was ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. W. S. Cogburn and her*sons
spent the week-end here with her
mother and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cog
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Lee entertained
the building committee of the par
sonage at tea on Thursday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. Bettis Cantelou, Mr. and Mrs.
Abner Braodwater and the new
church clerk, Mr. E. E. Padgett.
Mr. W. H. Turner and Miss Kate
Samuel are in New York this week?
purchasing new goods for The Cor
Mrs. W. W. Sheppard of New
York spent Thursday and Friday in
Edgefield with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Dr. W. J. McGlothlin, President of
Furman University, will preach at
the Baptist church on the third Sun
day in March.
Mrs. D. D. McColl of Bennetts
ville has been spending several days
here with her parents, Ex-Gov. and
Mrs. J. C. Sheppard.
Mrs. D. D. McColl came over on
Friday from her home in B nnetts
ville and spent the week end with her
parents, Hon. and Mrs. J. C. Shep
Miss Jeanie Simkins is spending a
few days at home as her school in
Bamberg county has closed on ac
count of the prevalence of influenza
in the community.
Mrs. Lucia Latimer and Mrs. W. S.
Mobley of Johnston were in Edge
field last week and attended the meet
ing of the Woman's Missionary So
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant attended an
evecutive meeting of the Synodical
at Chicora College on Thursday morn
ing and of the Presbyterial in the
evening returning home Friday.
Don't fail to attend the meeting of
the American Legion to be held in
the Baptist church Sunday afternoon
at three o'clock, when certificates
from the French Government will be
presented to the families of the
thirty-four soldiers from our. county
who made the supreme sacrifice in
the World War.
Dr. R. G. Lee made an address be
fore a men's mission league at Black
ville on Tuesday night. Dr. T. M.
Bailey used to say that it was said,
"There is no new thing under the
sun, but a man's missionary society
he had recently heard of was a new
thing under the sun." This one at
Blackville may have been the one.
They will certainly have renewed
inspiration when Dr. Lee has finished
A box of books is being packed b
:he Baptist Mission society for Edis
A Academy. Any persons havin:
?uitable books are requested to sen'
;hem to Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman.
Miss Sallie Griffin of Houston, Te:
is is expected this week to visit he
:ousin, Mrs. Robert A. Marsh. Mis
jriffen is from Houston and has bee)
n Abbeville and other points ii
>outh Carolina visitnig datives. Shi
rill accompany Mrs. Lallah Graydoi
riio will come over in her'car fron
Abbeville to visit her brother, Mr. A
American Encyclopedia, World'.'
"air edition, says that the observant
f Valentine's Day is on the decline
'hat edition is certainly out of date
r Edgefield is not in tune with othei
ommunities, for there was a verj
oluminous exchange of valentine;
verywhere from the spinsters to thc
ixteen-year-old girl and boy and the
hildren . of all the school grades,
ome of the verses on the post card
alentines are the work of genius.
We were sorry last week that -he
ame of the very important party to
ie marriage transaction of out
.?end, Bennie Parker, the young
idy herself, had t(o be left out, but
e have since .learned that it was
tiss Anna McCabe of Hutchkinson,
1rs. Ward Entertained Card
Mrs. B. D. Ward entertained cha
dies' card club Wednesday after
5on at the home of her sister, Mrs.
H. Nicholson. , The occasion was
ie of unusual pleasure to all of the
embers of the club who were pres
it. No prizes were awarded as *.nc
'ore is reserved until the end of the
ries of games. The hostess served
freshments at the close of th? con
We have lately received a large
oortment of the well known Dun
p shoes for men. These shoes are
?Il known all over the country, and
ey are as good as you can find,
irery pair guaranteed.
The mission societies of the Bap
tist church, the Girls Auxiliary and
Royal Ambassadors, the former in
charge of Mrs. R. G. Lee and the lat
ter Mrs. E. S. Rives, enjoyed a Val
entine party together, about forty
in number, in the Baraca room of the
I Baptist church on Friday night. ?
Invitations had been sent to each
one by a valentine post card and all
the young crowd was thrilled with
excitement over the coming event.
As each one arrived they register
ed their name, Mrs. Tillman having
charge of the book and assisting in
the entertainment. One of the amuse
ments was shooting with a bow and
arrow at a small heart within a large j
one. A box of candy was won by Mar
garet Strom for piercing the heart
Refreshments in red and white
The Union Meeting of the 2nd di
vision of the Edgefield Association
convenes with Ebernezer Baptist
church February 28-2'J.
Devotional services conducted by
Discussion of subjects:
1st. The Church and the Communi
ty-S. B. Mays, J. H. Courtney.
2nd. Our Denominational Pro
(a) Benevolence-J. D. Hugh
ey, W. M. Carpenter. , .
(b) Education-Rev. W\ S.
Biooke, J. H. Courtney.
(c) Missions-L. R. Brunson,
Rev. W. B. Barnes.
3rd. The Best Financial System
for our Churches-Collections and
tin Medlock, J. 0. Atkinson.
4th. How to Follow up the 75-Mil
lion Campaign-Rev. W. S. Brooke,
Rev. W. B. Barnes.
Session of the Sunday School.
Sermon 'on Stewardship-Rev. W.
Baptists Opportunity in the New
Day-Speaker to be provided for.
P. B. LANHAM.
Now that we hav? had day curre
?stablished in town, it has been pi
;ible. for me to install a comple
?lectrically driven plant for cutti
idging and finishing all lenses us
n my optometrical work. In neai
ill cases, it is possible for me to c
iver the most complicated glass
vithin an hour or so after examir
ion is made.
The public is cordially invited
all and see this machinery.
GEO. F. MIMS,
Edgefield, S. C.
' Airs. J. A. Cox, of AI
derson, W. Va., writes:
"My daughter . . .suf
fered terribly. She could
not turn in bed ... the
doctors gave her up, and
we brought her home to
die. She had suffered so
much at. .. time. Hav
ing heard of Cardui, we
got it for her.''
Hie Woman's Tonic
"In a few days, she be
gan to improve," Mrs.
Cox continues, "and had
no trouble at... Cardui
cured her, and we sing
We receive many thou
sands of similar letters
every year, telling of the
good Cardui has done for
women who suffer from
complaints so common to
their sex. It should do
?ou good, too. Tn
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' Sealed bids will be received on
February 22, by the supervisor for a
loan of approximately $75,000 to the
county of Edgefield to defray ordi
nary county expenses for the year
1920. A lien on the taxes to be levied.,
for the said year will be given tc se
cure same. Notes are to be made
monthly to meet the current expens
es. The money which, is collected by
the county treasurer for taxes will
be deposited with the bank making
the lowest bid.
R. N. BROADWATER,
Supervisor Edgefield County.
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gallons capacity. Good condition.
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' Trenton, S. C., R. F. D. 1.
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