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Wednesday, May 5.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Dr. B. F. Jones spent a portion of
last week in Columbia.
? Mrs. J. M. Munnerlyn of Bennetts
ville is here visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Cantelou.
Mr.- Pearce T. Thomas is now serv
ing the Lynch Drug store as sales
Dr. R. G. Lee has accepted an in
vitation to deliver a memorial ad
dress at Saluda Monday.
Mrs. A. J. Ives will arrive in Edge
field tc-morrow from Savannah to
visit her aunts, Miss Sophie and
Miss Marie Abney.
Mrs. B. F. Jones, accompanied by
her two little daughters, has been
spending the past week in Camden
visiting her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Forrest of Sa
luda county spent the week-end here
with Mrs. Forrest's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Hudgens.
Mr. Orlando Sheppard went to .
Greenwood Monday to attend a
meeting of the board of trustees of
the Connie Maxwell Orphanage.
MissN Helen Tillman is in Sumter ?
attending the annual reunion of the 1
United Confederate Veterans as ]
. maid of honor.
t Mrs. J. C. Byers, Miss Byers, Mas- '
ters Carroll and Lindsay Byers of 1
Augusta were visitors in the home
of Mrs. Emma N. Dobson Sunday.
Miss Lillian Smith has been re
elected as a teacher in the Logan
school in Columbia. She has taught
in the city schools of Columbia for
several years and has made a fine
Do not fail to register for the
town election. Every duly qualified
voter should cast his ballot in the mu
nicipal election-in every election,
for that matter.
', Miss Willie Peak was brought
home from the sanitarium in Colum
bia Saturday. She stood the trip
splendidly and is resting better. Her
friends are hoping and praying for
The members of the Cemetery
Committee for Memorial Day are
asked to meet at Willow Brook Cem
etery at 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon,
going from there to the Catholic
Little Miss Louise Porter of Bates
burg has been on a recent visit in the
home of Judge Kinnaird. This dear
little girl is loyal to her first love, old
Edgefield, and especially to her for
mer beloved neighbors.
1 The merchants and other business
men are requested to close their
places of business from eleven until
one on May 10th to honor the mem
ories of the'soldiers of the Confeder
acy. Come to the Opera House, there
will be a good program.
Invitations have been received in
Edgefield to the graduating exer
cises at the University Hospital in
Augusta, Miss Margaret Hill being
a member of the graduating class of
nurses. The Advertiser begs to offer
congratulations upon the splendid
record she has made and upon her
completing the course of training.
A delicate little attention is plan
ned for the Honorary members of
the Edgefield Chapter U. D. C., and
anyone who can spare a few fronds
of sprengeri or asparagus fern will
please send them to Mrs. A. A.
Woodson on Saturday afternoon.
White and red roses are requested
Mr. C. H. Key has returned from
Columbia where he has been with his
son, Mr. Julian Key, who has been
very seriously ill at the hospital. It
was a great relief to his friends here
to learn this morning th?t a very de
cided change has been noted in his
condition for the better.
Mr. and* Mrs. George -W. Bussey,
Jr., of the Flat Rock community
have been blessed with a little daugh
ter, just a week old now. There were
four fine boys already in the home
circle. The writer was delighted to
learn that the sweet little daughter
has been named Mary Elizabeth for
her maternal grandmother, the la
mented Mrs. Mary Wates, whom to
know was to love.
Mr. Leland Welling of Newberry
is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Jer
Miss Royall Peak came down from
Greenwood and spent the week-end
with" the homefolk.
Since the withdrawal of Mr. W. P.
Yonce, Mr. R. T. Hill is the only can
didate for warden in the 5th ward.
The Corner Store is offering some
jreat bargains this week. Read its
advertisement in this issue.
Mr. Jeff Timmerman of Green
ville is here visiting his brothers,
Mr. J. R. Timmerman and Mr. J. P.
Little Miss Julia Virginia Aull of
Columbia has been the guest of her
grandparents, Mr. -and Mrs. A. S.
The friends of Mr. Thomas H.
Rainsford are delighted to learn that
lie stood the operation at the hospital
in Columbia for appendicitis splen
iidly and is doing well.
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor will preach
and administer the communion at
McKendree Methodist church in the
county Sunday /afternoon at 3:30
Miss Annie Clisby, 'having closed
the school at Antioch, has gone to
Washington, D. C., to visit her niece
and from there she will go to Mobile,
Ala., to make her home.
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Lee entertained
the newly elected deacons and the
Did board of deacons at the parson
age Friday evening. The occasion
was one of unusual pleasure to all
Children's Day will he observed
with an* appropriate programme at
the Methodist church Sunday morn
ing at ll o'clock. At 8 p. m. Rev. G.
W. M. Taylor, the pastor, will con
duct the evening service.
The public generally and especial
ly the regular patrons of this old and
well established business will be
pleased to learn that the Lynch Drug
Store is again open for business in
temporary quarters to the rear of
the site of the former store.
Mrs. P. H. Bussey and her little
son arrived from Andrews. S. C.,
Monday and will remain here with
Mrs. Bussey's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Peak, until Rev, P. H. Bussey
returns from the Southern Baptist
Miss Fannie Sheppard and Master
George Edward have returned from
a delightful visit in the home of Mr.
Orlando Sheppard in Atlanta. It
was a very great pleasure for Miss
Sheppard, who is a fine musician to
enjoy the Grand Opera season in our
Mrs. F. W. P. Butler and little
daughters, Ellen and Marie, and Mr.
Clint Graydon of Columbia,, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. McG. Sim
kins for the week-end with Mrs.
Clint Graydon, who, with her attract
ive children, have been here for a
several weeks' visit.
Miss Bertha Lee Furgerson who*,
together with her sister, Miss Bess,
taught the Long Branch school the
past session has .been engaged to
teach the Sweetwater school for the
next term. Miss Furgerson is a very
capable teacher, having taught in
Edgefield county for the past four or
Edgefield will be well represented
at ihe Southern Baptist convention
which convenes at Washington, D.
C., May 12. Among those who will at
tend will be Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Lee,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lott, Mrs. E. J.
Norris, Mrs. Mamie Tillman and Dr.
J. G. Tompkins. Mrs. J. L. Mims and
Miss Florence Mims will also attend
the convention as they return
Notice to the Bald Eagle Chap
ter U. D. C.
The children of the Bald Eagle
chapter and any others who wish to
assist, will meet at the home of Mrs.
A. -A. Woodson at 5 o'clock Sunday
afternoonf to decorate the graves of
our Confederate dead.
I shall be out of my office Monday
and Tuseday, May 10th and 11th, as
I shall be in Columbia in the dis
charge of my duty as a member of
the Board of Examiners in Optome
try for South Carolina.
GEO. F. MIMS,
Edgefield, S. C.
Or King's New Discwen I
UIXe THE COUGH. CIP?S THE LUNGS ,
Edisto District Conference of
U. D. C.
The Edisto District Conference
U. D. C. met with the Edward Croft
chapter in Aiken April 29th. About
one hundred visiting members of
the district chapters attended.
The visitors were most cordially,
welcomed by the Edward Croft
Daughters at the Aiken Opera House,
which was decorated with Confeder
ate flags. The red and white colors
were carried out in the blossoms of
many handsome potted plants on the
The meeting was called to order
bV Mrs. O. D. Black, first vice-presi
dent, whose greetings to the Edisto
District chapters was full of earnest
purpose and high ideals.
The address by the State Presi
dent, Mrs. St. J. A. Lawton, was the
piece-de-resistance of the splendid
Jto the business session a matter of
great importance was the reappoint
ment by Mrs. Lawton of Mrs. Agatha
A. Woodson, chairman of the Honor
Roll committee. Mrs. Woodson,* who
has been the faithful chairman of
this committee for seven years, ask
ed for the work to be suspended dur
ing the period of war, but now the
patriotic work of preserving the re
cords of our soldiers of the War Be
tween the States will be carried for
ward to completion.
Another matter that came up was
in regard to securing the records of
our boys of the World War, who are
lineal descendants of Confederate
The local work along this line is,
also in the hands of Mrs. Woodson,
who, as chapter historian, is anxious
to secure the names of every such
In the U. D. C. organization the
memorial decided on for our boys of
the World War takes' the form of a
loan fund to be known as the Herc
Fund. This fund is to be used as a
loan to boys, v descendants of Con
federate ancestors, who participated
in the World War, for educational
purposes. The amount necessary tc
complete the fund if fifty thousand
dollars, thirty thousand of which ha:
been secured. Stress was laid upor
the fact that our district mtist not b<
behind in this laudable enterprise.
Another matter taken up regard?e
the scholarship for the Confederad
College in- Charleston.
Upon motion of Mrs. Woodson, J
fifty dollar bond held by the district
was voted towards this scholarship
Our district had previously donat
ed a hundred dollar bond to the hen
At the close of the morning ses
sion the Daughters repaired to tb
spacious Odd Fellows' Hall, where ;
three course luncheon was served b;
the most hospitable hostess chaptei
The menu included grape fruit
chicken salad on lettuce hearts, pi
mento sandwiches, pickle and rolls
with coffee and block cream wit!
pound and layer cake.
The Edgefield chapter extended
cordial invitation to the district t
hold the 1921 conference here, an
Mrs. Black, in accepting, spoke beau
tifully of the pleasure it will .affor
Edisto Daughters to meet in our his
The Edgefield delegation include
Mesdames. N. G. Evans, R, Ai Marsl
B. L. Mims," S. B. Nicholson, Hug
Nicholson, Frank Warren, Agath
A. Woodson and P. M. Feltham an
Misses Sophie Dobson, Annie D<
Loach and Gladys Rives.
MRS. P. M. FELTHAM.
Program Edisto District U. D. C.
ll a. m. Morning Session at Opel
. Prayer-Mrs. R. M. Mixson.
Song-"Tenting Out Tonight"
Mrs. R. DuBose.
Welcome-Miss Annie Ford, c
Edward Croft Chapter.
Response for Edisto District-Mi
Percy M. Feltham.
Reading of Minutes-Mrs. J. I
Roll Call of Chapter and C. of (
Greetings by 1st Vice-President
Mrs. 0. D. Black.
St. J. A. Lawton.
Historical-Miss Zena Payne.
Educational-Prize Essay by Mis
C. of C.-Mrs. Virginia Durant.
Adjournment -for Lunch
Music-Violin solo-Nelson Johr
Scholarship-Miss M. Williams
Report on Minutes-Mrs. W. I
War Records-Miss Lillie Coope]
So. Ca. Room-Miss Edythe Loi
J. D. Monument-Miss Mary Alic
Our stock room is full
parts that would enable
Ton Truck from the groi
according to its use-so t
in your car, and will give
Our shop is equipped
designed, so that we can
from a minor adjustment
do the work for you are
know the Ford way to d<
We are Authorized Fe
Ford cars and Ford One
we have more than a pa:
Drive to our garage fo
thorized Ford headquarl
New Business 1 %,
Resolution of Thanks.
(Mrs. W. H. Dodenhoff, Mrs.
Emma Lightsey, Mrs. W. G. Hazel,
Miss Edythe Loryea.)
HE UNIVERSAL CAR
md Running (
I of Genuine Kord Parts. We ha
us to build either a Ford passengei
ind up. Then, too, those parts ai
hat they are exact duplicates of th
! the same constant, hard wear.
with up-to-the-minute tools and
properly and promptly take care c
t to a complete overhaul. And thc
men who understand the Ford i
3 the work.
rd Dealers; we not only give Fore
Ton Trucks as well. So, it is eas>
ssin g interest in your car.
r Ford Parts, Ford Service or Ford
ers and be on the safe side of dep<
? MOONEY, Edgefield
EIDSON, Johnston, S.
Insist on Genuine Ford Parts
I take this means of announcing
that I am a candidate for re-election
as warden for the town of Edgefield
from $he 4th ward and will abide by
the rules governing the election.
G. W. ADAMS.
Attorney at Law *
Office in the I
ADDISON LAW BUILDING
TO say that Diamc
are far and away
tires made is a sweep
for us to make?
Yet thousands of 1
Users say so every
clare it without res
and cite the perfon
their tires to prove j
NCE & MOONI
Edgefield, S. C.
J. H. CANTELOU ?t\
Attorney at Law ?
Will Practice in All Courts.
Office Over Store A
REYNOLDS & PADGETT j
Telephone No 103.
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