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Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, April 21.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Virginia Addison was among
the visitors in Augusta Monday.
Miss Daisy Adams of Greenwood
came down Tuesday to visit the home
folk in the Meeting Street section.
.v Miss Mary Fitzmaurice of Colum
bia is here visiting her niece, Mrs.
James S. Byrd.
Mrs. Bettis Cantelou and Mrs. P.
P. Blalock, Jr., are in Savannah as
guests of Mrs. Maner Lawton.
Mr. Hal Hill and Mr. George
Schley of Augusta were visitors in
Dr. R. A. Marsh is in Greenville
attending the annual meeting of the
State Medical Association.
Mrs. Hettie S. Brown of Green
ville is here visiting her mother, Mrs.
Ida. F. Sheppard.
The ten recently elected deacons
of the Baptist church will be ordain
ed the first Sunday in May.
A meeting of the Odd Fellows will
be held Monday night at 8 o'clock.
All members are urged to be present.
Mrs. C. T.. Graydon of Columbia,
is here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. McG. Simkins.
Miss June Rainsford will leave
Friday for East Orange, N. J., to vis
it a school friend and will be absent
Mrs. Emma N. Dobson has return
ed from a verp pleasant visit to her
sister, Mrs. Ida. Boatwright at Ridge
Mr. N. D. Robertson of Augusta
has been spending several days in
Edgefield visiting his daughter, Mrs.
After attending the Federation of
Clubs in Rock Hill this week Miss
Elizabeth Rainsford will visit friends
in York and Lancaster, being away
Mr. Benjamin Greneker and Miss
es Elizabeth Rainsford and Sallie
Mae Nicholson motored to Green
wood to attend the Intercollegiate
The friends of Mr. Julian Key
deeply regret that he is quite ill at a
hospital in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Key went to Columbia yester
day to be with him.
Married, Tuesday afternoon, April
20, at 4 o'clock by Rev. P. P. Bla
lock, at the residence of the officiat
ing minister, Mr. Archie Lewis Hart
and Miss Eva M. Pruitt of Johnston.
The Edgefield Basket Ball team is
winning all of the honors. Not a team
yet been found that can cope success
fully with them. Like Alexander the
Great, they are weeping because
there are no more worlds to conquer.
Mrs. Manly Timmons came down
from Tro: to Edgefield, being the
guest of Mrs. J. L. Mims while here.
This morning she will leave for
Washington, D. C., to spend a month
with her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Parker.
Mr. Thomas W. Carwile is here
visiting his mother, Mrs. M. E. Car
wile, and sister Mrs.. R. A. Marsh Mr.
Carwile is in the service of a large
advertising company and divides his
time between Birmingham, Ala., and
Buffalo, N. Y.
Through a typographical error
the statement was made in Mr. M. A.
Taylor's advertisement last week
that he was delivering 10 pounds of
ice for 10 cents, when it should have
fceen 15 pounds of ice for 10 cents.
Misses Elizabeth Rainsford and
Katherine Mims went to Rock Hill
yesterday to attend the State Feder
ation of Women's Clubs, Miss Rains
ford representing the Edgefield Mu
sic Club and Miss Mims the Civic
League. - s:t
Mrs. P. M. Feltham will attend
the U. D. C. convention in Aiken ?nd
has been invited to respond to the ad
dress of welcome. The programme
committee made an excellent selec
tion for this feature of the pro
We want the ladies of Edgefield
to know that they can get the cele
brated McCall patterns at our store.
A large assortment to select from.
The Campfire Girls of Edgefield
will give a box party 'in the High
School building Friday night, April
30. All young ladies are requested to
carry well filled boxes and the young
men are expected to carry well filled
We direct the attention of our
readers this week to the following
new advertisements.. The Corner
Store, E. T. and A. R. Moore, The
Hub, Carolina-Texas Oil and Devel
opment Company, United States
Tires, Yonce & Mooney, H. G. Eid
son, and George F. Mims.
Closing Exercises of Antioch
All patrons and friends of the An
tioch school are cordially invited to
attend the closing exercises on Fri
day evening, April thirtieth.
The program will begin promptly
at eight o'clock. The entertainment
included all grades of the school.
Matteson Concert Company
The Philharmonic Club is planning
to bring the Matteson Concert Com
pany to Edgefield during the week
of May 10th. This will be a high class
musical attraction and we hope to
have a large attendance. A furthur
announcement will-appear later.
Successful Meeting at John
Dr. R. G. Lee has labored hard at
Johnston the past ten days assisting
Rev. W. S. Brooke in a revival meet
ing. Just as he wins people every
where with whom he comes in con
tact, Dr. Lee has won the hearts of
the Johnston people. Sunday after
noon he preached a sermon to the
men and the large church was filled.
More than a score of men from Edge
field attended this special service. We
understand that the meeting at John
ston has been a great success.
Off For Northern Trip.
Mrs. J. L. Mims will leave this
morning for Boston to attend the
commencement exercises of the Le
land Powers School of Expression,
from which her daughter, Miss Flor
ence Mims, will graduate next week.
While en route to Boston Mrs. Mims
will attend the National D. A. R.
Conference in Washington'this week.
After spending ten days in Boston
she and her daughter will visit rela
tives in New Hampshire. On their
return trip they will stop several
days in New Ycrk and will attend the
Southern Baptist Convention in
Washington, which opens May 12,
reaching Edgefield about May 15.
The marriage of Miss Mattie
Kemp and Mr. C. M. Thomas, Thurs
day evening, April 8, at the home of
Dr. R. G. Lee who performed the
ceremony, has caused these two
widely beloved Edgefield people to be
showered with congratulations by
their friends. From the time that
both of them came to Edgefield to
make their home, Miss Kemp coming
from the Mountain Creek section and
Mr. Thomas from the Cleora section,
they have won for themselves a host
of friend's. Mr. Thomas has made a
pronounced success of his mercantile
business near the station and Miss
Kemp will be greatly missed by her
friends from her place in Mr. Ruben
stein's store, where she has been em
ployed fer several years. The Ad
vertiser joins the friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas in extending hearty
> Meeting of Music Club.
The April meeting of ?the Philhar
monic Music Club was held at the
home of Mrs. W. J. Duncan Thurs
The program was from the operas
"Lucia" and "Aida," both beautiful
in story as well as in song. Miss
Elizabeth Rainsford read the story
of the opera "Lucia," the the "Sex
tette" from Lucia was played as a
Victrola selection. Mrs. Tillman read
a synopsis of "Aida" which was fol
lowed by "Farewell, O E.irth," on
the Victrola. Miss Justine Cantelou
played a lovely piano s?lo which
everyone enjoyed. ?
During the business hour the oiub
decided to correspond with the Mat
teson Concert Company concerning
a concert in Edgefield during the
week of May the tenth. A further an
nouncement will appear later.
Miss Elizabeth Rainsford will re
present the club at the Federation
at Rock Hill.
Mrs. W. Mooney was welcomed as
a new member into the club.
Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. DeVore ser
ved delightful apple salad, olive and
egg sandwiches and coffee with
A Delightful House Party.
Miss Nelle Jones entertained a de
lightful house party last week, her
guests being Miss Gertrude Mason of
Memphis, Tenn., Miss Marjorie Pos
tal of Bluffton, Indiana, Miss Elise
Lake of Kathwood, S. C., and Mr. J.
Mitchell Chase of Clearfield, Penn.
As is her custom Miss Jones enter
tained lavishly and very beautifully
in honor of her visitors. One even
ing an elaborate tea, with covei-s laid
for twelve, was given in their honor,
the decorations of the dining room
being spring flowers from the wood
land with pink predominating. The
latter part of the evening Misses
Lake and Postal gave some of their
character dancing which is always
admired. Besides her house guests,
Miss Jones' guests on this occasion
were Miss Annie Lynah, Mr. J. 0.
Sheppard, Mr. Benjamin Greneker,
Mr. Scott and Mr. Madison Tucker.
Cotton Seed For Sale.
DORR GREEN SILK COTTON,
fifth year development, one package
of seed for fifty cents prepaid will
insure you a start. With orders for
two or more packages we send sam
ple of cotton. Get ready for the Silk
Mills. Plant in your back yard.
L. A. DORR,
Box 804, Augusta, Ga.
Miss Mary Bruton, popular bride
elect, was honored with a lovely din
ner party given last night at Ridge
wood club by Miss Helen Tillman of
Edgefield, who is in the city visiting
Mrs. Bunyan Cooner and who will be
one of the bridesmaids at the mar
riage this week of Miss Bruton and
John Bollin, Jr. The table was love
ly with its centrepiece of pink roses
artistically arranged in a silver bas
ket, the handles of which were tied
with soft bows of pink tulle. Tiny
pink baskets also tied with the pink
tulle and filled with pink mints were
found at each plate and the lovely
little place cards were bridal slippers
filled with orange blossoms. Pink
tulle extended from the chandelier
to the corners of the t?ble. .
The bride's place at the table was
marked by a tiny miniature doll
bride wearing a bride's dress and
orange blossoms in her hair. The can
dlesticks with, their warmly tinged
shades were also tied with bows of
the pink tulle and a bowl of sweet
peas added the finishing''color notes
to the exquisitely appointed table.
Those present at the dinner party
were: Misses Mary, Louise, Margaret
and Helen Bruton, Margaret Read,
Jacquelin Cooper, Julia Daniels,
John Bollin, Alex Bollin, Duncan Bel
linger, Geddings Crawford, Ben Rice
Henry Fellers, Cooper Harris, A. C.
Hey ward. Captain Vann, R. L. Bry
an, Colonel Eastaday, Beach Brook
er, Mr. and Mrs Hugh Wilson/ Mrs.
M. N. Tillman, Mrs. N. Rogers Bay
ly and Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan R.
Eyes scientifically examined and
glasses properly fitted.
GEO. F. MIMS,
Edgefield, S. C.
IT IS SURPRISIG!
The clearness and brilliance
of your kodak prints when
properly finished by
THE AIKEN GIFT SHOP,
Aiken, S. C.
Use The Mail
What better car do you want" than
a FORD with Self Starter and Elec
YONCE & MOONEY.
J. H. CANTELOU
Attorney at Law
Will Practica in All Court?.
Office Over Store
REYNOLDS & PADGETT
Telephone No 103.
How To Give Quinine To Children."
FEBRILINE is the trade-mark name elven tc an
improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas,
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach
Children take it and uever know it is Quinine
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
ft the Jiext time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The
lame FEBRJLINE is blown in boUIe- 25 cent?
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Whether Cotter Pin or Complete
You can get it in our Sales and Service Station. We are Authorized F ord
Dealers. In our stockroom, we carry every part that goes into a Ford car or
Ford truck. They're genuine Ford parts too -each made of the same tough,
durable Vanadium steel as its counterpart in the Ford car. Our special Ford
repair shop is thoroughly equipped with specially designed tools and up to the
minute machinery so that repairs, adjustments, or complete overhauls for Ford
cars can be handled promptly and efficiently.
Our mechanics who will do the work on your Ford cars, or trucks, under
stand the Ford mechanism and know the right way to tune it up. And for the
work you will pay only the reasonable Ford prices.
We are a part of the Big Ford Family and not only repair Fords but sell them
as well. We have more than a passing interest in the service we give you.
Drive to our garage when your Ford needs repairing. For safety's sake have
the Authorized Ford dealer do it.
YONGE & MOONEY, Edgefield, S. C.
H. G. EIDSON, Johnston, S. C.
Insist on Genuine Ford Parts
WANTED: Men, or women to take
srders among friends and neighbors
Eor the genuine guaranteed hosiery,
full lines for men, women and chil
dren.- Eliminate darning. We pay 50c
an hour for spare time or $24 for full
time. Experience unnecessary. Write
International Stocking Mill,
The Advertiser $2.00 a year
FOR SALE: Eggs for hatching,
pure Wycoff and F rron strain
White Leghorn. Price $1.50 per 15.
4-7-tf MRS. GEO. F. MIMS.
FOR SALE: One-ton International
truck in good condition.
H. E. QUARLES.
A large shipment of dresses in
Voiles, Georgettes arrived this week.
For Quick Acceptance.
Galvanized Roofing at $8.50 per
square, except 10 and 12 feet lengths
which are 10 cents higher. This is
cheaper than factory prices. Galvan
ized shingles on hand. A car of press
ed bick to arrive this week.
E. S. JOHNSON.
FOR SALE: Home raised corn,
shelled or in the shuck, at $2.25 per
A. S. MILLER,
Refrigerators -:- Refrigerators
We have just received a solid car load of refrigertors
of all sizes, ranging from 25-pound to 250-pound capac
ity. We have them in both white enamel and porcelain
lined. Order now while you can get the size you desire.
McCormick g Deering Binders
We have been allotted one car of binders and most of
these have been sold. If you are going to need a binder
you had better place your order at once.
I Stewart & Kernaghan