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J. L. MIMS,- ^_..Editor.
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ished at advertising rates.
Wednesday, June 30.
Candidates For State Offices
About 100 people, including a doz.
cn or more ladies, assembled in the
. Court House Friday to bear the can
didates for the State offices speak.
The meeting was presided over by
the county chairman, J. L. Mims, who
requested Rev. G. W. M. Taylor to
offer the invocation.
Governor Cooper was at tte time
in San Francisco attending tie Na
tional Democratic Convention ?ad
wrote to the chairman expressing his
Tegrets at being unable to be here to
thank the people of Edgefield for
their loyal support of him. As the
candidates for State superintendent
of education, State treasurer, attor
ney general, comptroller general and
commissioner of agriculture are un
opposed, th? candidates for these of
fices were not present.
The first to address the meeting
.were the three candidates for the of
fice of lieutenant governor, these
speaking in the order named Octavus
Cohen of Charleston, W. G. Harvey,
of Charleston and O. K. Mauldin of
?Greenville. There are really no issufe
and these gentlemen sp*oke along
practically the same lines-educa
tion, good roads, law enforcement,
The candidates for the office of ad
jutant and inspector general, Capt.
A. H. Marchant of Orangeburg and
"Gen. W. W. Moore of Columbia,
spoke 15 minutes each. Capt. Mar
chant referred to his military train
ing as a graduate of the Citadel and
of his service in the Spanish-Ameri
can war and recently in the war with
Germany. Although 40 years of age
;at the time he volunteered for service
and after his training in the camps
iiere, he spent nearly two years in
.overseas service. Gen. Moore is seek
ing re-election on his record of ser
vice as adjutant general for the past
ten years. He promises the same
, faithful service in the future as he
has endeavored to render in the past,
if elected. ^
T'he four candidates for the office
of railroad commissioner next spoke
in the order named. R. L. Moss, a
conductor on the Southern railroad
briefly stated his reasons for aspir
ing to the_ office and he was followed
by D. W." Gaskill of Kershaw, who
has b?en treasurer of Camden coun
ty for a numbeT of years, D. L. Smith
?of Walterboro and Frank W. Shealy, .
?of Lexington, who reviewed his rec
tord of service in this office for the
?past six years.
Mr. Walter Duncan of Aiken, a (
^candidate unopposed for the office of j
. comptroller general arrived before ,
the meeting closed expressing great
pleasure upon being able to meet and j
;greet the people of Edgefield.
.Many United With Church.
?&8 . a jesuit of the recent revival
?services, conducted in the Baptist
church by Dr. Vines the following
united with the Baptist church by let
P. B. Mayson, from Good Hope
church; Miss Betty Lou Morgan,
jMiss Helen Morgan from Gilgal
: church; Miss Hassie Quarles, Harry
L. Culbreath, from Red Hill church;
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Timmerman, from
Berea church; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Hughes, Sara Hughes, William and
["J. C. Hughes Jr., from Blackville
(cburch; Mr. T. H. Wall, from Craw
iford Ave., church, Augusta and Mr.
?H. E. Kemp of Bold Spring church.
Crawford Ave. church, Augusta.
The following presented them
selves as candidates for Baptism and
wer? baptized Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Berian, Ralph
Quarles, John Price, Lucy Scurry,
Sidney Wright, Arthur and Ike Brun
son, J. P. Lamb, Miss Ida Folk, Lois
Collins, Leila Bland Tompkins, Mrs.
3d. D. Lyon, Sr., Frank Lyon, James
Timmerman, Wilbur Moore, Juanita
iHightower, Clifford Holson, William
Byrd, Furntan Holson, Milton Swear
?ngea, Allen Samuel, Ralph Morgan,
Ei3ie Lee Rearden, Miss Janice Mor
gan, -Mrs. ?R. E. Morgan, Robert
Ouzts, Claude Bartley, Lois Cogburn,
Pauline\Quarles, Eleanor Thomas
and Laird Paul. >
At the Sunday night service Miss
Ruth Timmerman and Mrs. J. W.
Reese, Jr., united with the church
and they will be baptized later!
All young men of Edgefield coun
ty are invited to attend a smoker
which will be given by the tank
company in the Court House Friday
evening, July 2nd at 8:30 p. m. All
members of the company have been
notified of the meeting and are ex
pected to attend without fail.
For the past several weeks the of
ficers of the company owing to
pressing business have been unable
to recruit very actively but now it is
planned to put on a recruiting cam
paign and complete the quota for the
company. It is only necessary to re
cruit ten or twelve more men and
then the company will be mustered
in. Quite a number of college men
have returned home and have an
nounced their intention of joining
the company so it is believed that the
quota can be completed with little
Good smokes will be provided at
the smoker Friday night and it is
hoped that a large number of young
men will attend. (
On Monday, July 5, we will serve
a barbecue dinner on the campus of
the Edgefield High School, consisting
of hash, barbecued meats, bread,
pickle, onion sauce, tomatoes, etc.
Price 75 cents.
E. P. ARTHUR.
NOTICE. . ,
The undersigned will apply to and
file with W. Banks Dove, Secretary
of State their petition *to be incor
porated as the Johnston Development
Company with general power to buy,
develop and sell real estate.
H. G. BALLENTINE.
H. G. EIDSON.
E. H. SMITH.
Now is the Time to Get Rid of .Your
If you are troubled with chronic
or muscular rheumatism buy a bottle
of Chamberlain's Liniment and mas
sage the affected Darts twice a day
Programme For Stud
Processional of Studen
Introduction of Students in Colleges _
Piano Solo, Valse Parentine__.
Instrumental Solo, "Kamenoi-Ostrow"
Votes for Wome
Piano Solo, Etude in E Flat_
Song, "Roses of Picardy" __.
Piano Solo, "Witches' Dance"_
Vocal Selection, "Down in the Forest'
Miss Ray Si
Characters: Francis Simkins; Elwyn 1
Two Portraits: 1750-1920-A Fantasj
Misses Florence Mims
I take this mean
people of EdgefieJ
ted in Edgefield :
tronage of the pe
seventeen years' p
as a practical jew?
every piece of woi
Bring me your w
jewelry of all kin
G. c. (
Over store of Re
This week Judge A Gilchrist an
nounces that he is a candidate for re
election to the office of magistrate
of the 7th magisterial district. He has
filled this office for eight or ten years
and is thoroughly familiar with every
phase of the duties, using his best
endeavor to give entire satisfaction
to all persons in his district, both
plaintiffs and defendants.
Winthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examination.
The examination for the award of
vacant Scholarships in Winthrop
College and for the admission of
new students will be held at the
County Court House on Friday, July
2, at 9 a. m. Applicants must be not
less than sixteen years of age. When
Scholarships are vacant after July
2 they will be awarded to those mak
ing the highest average at this ex.
amination. Provided they meet the
conditions governing the award. Ap
plicants for Scholarships should
write to President Johnson before
the examination for Scholarship ex
amination blanks. _^<?J?.^
Scholarships are worthflpOO and
free tuition. The next JEsion will
open September 15th, 19?. For fur
ther information and catalogue, ad
dress Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill,
Money to Loan.
I have money to loan on South
Carolina farms. Would also like to
have someone to repr?sent me in
Edgefield in the placing of these
W. if. LESTER,
210 Masonic Temple,
Why That Headache?
When you know the cause of a dis
ease a cure may often be effected.
This is particularly true of headache.
Headache often results from consti
pation or a disordered condition of
the stomache which may be corrected
by taking a dose or two of Chamber.
Iain's Tablets. Try it. These tablets
are easy to take and mild and gentle
?with it. You are certain to be very
'much benefitted by it if not actual
ly cured. Try it..
ts of Edgefield County.
-Miss Annie Sue Broadwater
-Miss Edith Ouzts
. - - __ - -_ __ Parker
n-Yes and No!
-John Owen Smith
Two ' 11
'-_.__ Ronald j
Moore and Miss Mary Nicholson
-Miss Lillian Marsh
and Helen Marsh
is of notifying the
d that 1 have loca
and solicit the pa
ople. I have had
eler and guarantee
k I do.
atches, clocks and
ds to be repaired.
ynolds &. Padgett
We are put
line of wa
you will fii
are hard t<
chased by i
We're also ]
OFF on all
This is you
J? Grand Jurors.
S?, C. Padgett, Edgefield.
J. 0. Scott, Meriwether,.
W. L. Dunovant, Sr., Edgefield.
% E.. Quarles, Edgefield, ju!
L. S. Kernaghan, Edgefield.
A. C. Yonce, Pickens.
J. H. White, Johnston. ^ * Z~
J. B. Edwards, Johnston. 4 .
A. G. Ouzts, Elmwood.
W.^G. Ouzts, Pickens. ?.
J. E. Hammond, Collier. " *
T. L. Talbert, Collier.
Hold-over jurors: J. R. Cant?lou,
J. W. Marsh, H. P. Cooper, E. E. Pad
gett, H. W. McKie and P. B. Day.
Petit Jury July Court.
T. B. Holmes, Johnston. .
C/ T. Eubanks, Collier.
L. J. McClendon, Collier.
N. C. Lang, Talbert.
J. P. Brdrtson, Moss.
W. fl. Dorn, Edgefield.
J. D. Mathis, Sr., Trenton.
W. F. Holston, Edgefield.
M. P. Fowler, Moss.
J. T. Byrd, Blocker.
L. H. Hamilton, Blocker.
T. C. Black, Shaw.
0. W. Watson, Johnston.
P. B. Harrison, Johnston.
A. H. Hall, Johnston.
J. M. Yonce, Shaw.
W. H. Smith, Pickens.
R. J. Moultrie, Moss.
J. W. Yonce, Ward.
J. P. Bunch, Meriwether.
J. H. Seigler, Moss
L. Holmes, Collier.
N. M. Jones, Edgefield.
J. D. Kemp, Edgefield.
J. T. Lamb, Elmwood.
J. H. Temples, Ward.
L. H. Dorn, Elmwood.
W. A. Morgan, Moss.
C. L. Berry, Shaw.
W. H. Hammond, Collier.
T. H. Whitlock, Trenton.
S. J. Turner, Elmwood.
C. Murrell, Pickens.
G. A. Hutto, Johnston.
P. Timmerman, Wise.
Lubricating Oil, Grease, Paint,
Specialties, whoie or part time. Com
mission basis. Samples free. Men
with car or rig. Write for attractive
Riverside Refining Co.,
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
r<> get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA
TXVB BROMO QUININE. Lookforalgnatureof
fi. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stope
?tougb sad headache. and works off cold. 25c
ting on sale July 1st our entire
sh skirts. In this assortment
id Garbadine Twill and Satin
en we can fit you, even if you
o fit, as we had some of these
? up especially from goods pur
is at a price below the market.
putting on sale at ONE-THIRD
White and Linen Middy Suits,
ir opportunity to save money,
suits will be worn for three
the dates, you foot sufferers,
in on Friday and Saturday of
and have your feet examined
will not regret it one bit. 1
News From Hardys.
As no one has written Hardys
news for quite a while I shall, with
your permission send these dots in.
The crops are doing fine after the
rain, the cotton, despite the boll wee
vil, is looking good. The corn, pota
toes, watermelons and the rest of the
farm crops are good after such a late
Mrs. J. Hugh Harrison has return-1
ed home after a visit to friends and
relatives in Trenton.
Mrs. C. W. Biggar of North'Au
gusta spent the day with her mother,
Mrs. G. W. Medlock last Tuesday.
Mrs. J. R. DeLaughter is home for
vacation from Bailey Military Insti
The friends of Mrs. Samuel Cor
ley, Sr., will regret to learn of h?*r
Mrs. J. W. Townes has been quite
ill but is now somewhat better.
The W. M. S. will meet with Mrs.
Cogburn Thursay afternoon.
Miss Marjorie McKie is attending
summer school at Rock Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walker visited
Mr. and Mrs, F, A- Townes last Wed
nesday afternoon. , .
Quite a ere wu attended the piehie
at Meriwether Hall Thursday despite
the heat. A pleasant time was had
Mrs. T. J. Briggs and Mrs. M.
Briggs are visiting in Florence, -S. C.
Or King's New Discwsry
C!t'r THE COUGH. ^.'-CF THE LUNfift
Will Deliver in Edge field
We desire to notify the public that we have the fol
lowing very close prices :
50 barrels of plain flour at . . . $13.50
50 barrels cf self-risirfg flour . . 13.75
100 bushels of white com at . . 2.50
Meal, per bushel . . . . \. . 2.40
Alfalfa, per sack. 4.25
Special prices on Shoes, Cloth, etc.,
Any goods boughtv>f us will be delivered in Edge
field. Nothing charged at the above prices.
L. C. Parker & Co.
H. C. Viele & Company
222 Jackson (8th) Street
Diamonds, Watches and Silverware
Repairing of Watches and Jewelry