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Woman's Missionary Union,
Auxiliary to Edgefield As
sociation Tuesday and Wed
nesday, August 24 and 25,
Modoc Baptist Church.
Woman's Missionary Union Session.
The societies will be seated in
their respective divisions with their
division presidents wearing their col
10 o'clock-Called to order by
Mrs. J. L. Mims.
Devotions-Rev. Chas. Wilkinson,
pastor of the church.
Welcome-Member. Modoc socie
Response-Miss Emmie Lanham.
? Roll call of societies, each dele
gate chosen to represent her society
stating two things, whether they have
' paid one fifth of pledge and if on
the honor roll.
Presentation of the Honor Roll
Annual report of superintendent
'of Edgefield 'association Woman's
Missionary Union-Mrs. J. L. Mims.
Chart reports of the three divi
sion presidents-?1st ! division, Mrs.
W. B. Cogburn, Berea, Bethany,
Bold Spring, Edgefield, Gilgal, Lit
tle Stevens Creek, Mountain Creek.
2nd. division, Mrs. Donald Smith:
Antioch, Hardys, Red Hill, Republi
can, Horn's Creek, Mt. Zion, Tren
ton. 3rd. division: Mrs. J. M. Bussey:
Clarks Hill, Modoc, Parksville, Plum
Branch, Red Oak Grove, Rehoboth.
Report of Mrs. B. L. Mims, chair
man Mission Study.
Woman's Missionary Union Mes
sage-Mrs. Edwin Carpenter, Flor
Greetings from Edgefield Asso
ciation-Mr. 0. Sheppard.
Message from our Missionaries
Mrs. Mamie Tillman.
Song Message-Mrs. Cassells and
Miss Gazzie Osborne, Parksvillei
Afternoon Session-Young Woman's
Devotions-Miss Florence Minis.
Verbal reports from auxiliaries
and distribution of apportionment
cards and Standard of Excellence
Presentation of the Honor Roll
Report of Y. W. A. superinten
dent and recommendations-Mrs. A.
Address by Miss Clifford Barrett,
a student at Louisville Trainingj
Vocal solo-Mrs. Madison Tucker.
Report on Training School-Mrs.
R. G. Lee.
"Our Training 'School"- Miss
Report on Hospital-Mrs. R. E.
Report on Literature-Miss Lil
Pageant-Red Oak Grove Y. W. A
Tuesday Night Session.
Processional of all societies.
Report on Orphanage:-Mrs. W.
0. Whatley, Margaret Fund-Mrs.
J. B. Kennerly.
Sunbeam Exercise and address by
Dr. R. G. Lee.
Wednesday Morning, Sunbeam Ses.
Devotional Exercises conducted
by Sunbeams of Third Division.
1. Lake Sunbeam Song-Parks
2. Race' Motto-Plum Branch.
3. Prayer-Red Oak Grove.
Verbal reports with a song or re
citation from each band.
Presentation of Badges for Hon
or Roll and Charts.
Report of Sunbeam Associate su
perintendent-Mrs. M. N. Tillman.
1. Mission Study-Miss Agnes
2. Campaign Manual-Miss Kath
3. Story Telling-Miss Florence
The Story of a Hymn-Maizie
The Value and ^Importance of
Sunbeam Work-Mrs. J. S. Harris.
R. A. Report-Mrs. E. S. Rives.
R. A. Methods-Mrs. Edwin Car
Election of Officers.
Report on Aged Ministers-Mrs.
Obituary Report-Mrs. T. B. Cul
Do not forget to place your orders
early for your Fordson and Ford
Truck for this fall.
Notice of Election
The Legislature of this State, at
its regular session for the year 1920,
passed an Act-"To provide for a
Highway Commission for Edgefield
County, defining its duties, and to
provide for the holding of an elec
tion for the issuing of five percent
?coupon bonds for public road con
struction in Edgefield County, and
to provide a sinking fund for their
In and by the provisions of said
Act, the said Highway Commission
were directed, as soon as practicable,
to decide what roads in said County
shall be constructed and improved,
and the character of the roads to
be built, with an estimate of the cost
of such work, and file in the Office
of the Clerk of the Court a sketch
or drawing showing what roads of
the county the proceeds of the bonds
will be first expended upon, and
make a report to the Supervisor of
the County of the costs of such con
struction and improvement.
Edgefield to Pine House_
?Pine "House to Aiken County Line.
Edgefield to Johnston._.
Long Cane Road from Johnston to Sah
From Dixie Highway Via Meeting Str
to S iluda County Line_
From Edgefield to Red Hill.
From Johnston East by Wilbur Yonce i
G. W. Scott to Aiken County Line.
From Johnston East by Boatwright St
and Lew's McGee tp Aiken Co. Lin
From Aiken County Line Via Henry Co
er's. Roper's Cross Roads to Edger!
Martin Town Road from Greenwood Co
ty Line to Aiken County Line_
From S. T. Williams to Dixi# Highway
From Dixie Highway at Hill Place to Br
son's Cross Roads._.
From Pine House through Johnston
Aiken County Line_.
At a meeting of the said Highway
commission held at Edgefield on the
31st day of August, *920, the said
Highway Commission; adopted the
I following resolution :
RESOLVED: That the report of
?the engineer be adopted, and that
the map or plat made by him of the
roads to be first constructed and im
proved be turned over to the Super
visor of the County, with instruc
tions to give the proper notice of
the election to be held on the 31st
day of August A. D. 1920, to deter
mine whether or not the bonds shall
be issued as provided for in and by
the Act of the Legislature, herein
above mentioned, creating a High
way Commission for Edgefield
NOW THEREFORE, I, R. N.
Broadwater-Supervisor of Edgefield
County-in pursuance of and in obe
dience to the directions contained
in the Act of thc General Assembly
of South Carolina, passed and rati
fied as aforesaid, order an election
to be held on Tuesday, the 31st day
of August, 1920, at the usual voting
places in Edgefield County, upon the
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The Bank of
All checks drawn on The Bank of
change through the Federal Resej
H. C. Viele
Repairing of Wai
on Bond Issue for
In and by the provisions of the
said Act the Supervisor of the Coun
ty, upon receiving such report and j
estimate, was empowered and in
structed to order an election to be
held on Tuesday, August 31st, A. D.
1920, at the usual voting places in
Edgefield County, upon the question
of issuing five per cent coupon bonds
of the County to the amount of the
estimated cost of the work planned
and reported to the Supervisor by
the members of the Highway Com
mission of Edgefield County; pro
vided, the total amount of said bond
issue shall not exceed the sum of
Three Hundred Thousand Dollars.
The engineer appointed by said
Highway Commission has made his
repor" showing that the following
roads shall be improved under the
provisions of the said Act of thi
Legislature, out of the proceeds of |
the sale of the said Bonds-the fol
lowing is the report of the Engineer!
as to the roads to be improved, to j
FAIR BAD TOTAL
CONDITION CONDITION MILES
. 3.0 M. 2.10 M. 5.1 M.
. 8.5M. 1.8 M. 10.3 M.
7.3 M. 1.4 M. 6.7 M.
3.4 M. 13.7 M. 17.1 M.
3.1 M. 9.3 M. 12.4 M.
4.8 M. 7.2 M. 12.0 M.
2.4 M. 5.3 M. 8.2 M.
e.. 5.7M. 1.2 M. 6.9 M.
ie?d 3.5 M. 10.5 M. 14.0 M.
_ 4.3 M. 23.2 M. 27.5 M.
... 1.6 M. 3.7 M. 5.3 M.
2.1 M. 3.5 M. 5.6 M.
6.0 M. 2.1 M. 8.2 M.
question of issuing five percent cou
pon bonds of the County of Edge
field, in a sum not to exceed Three
Hundred Thousand Dollars.
It is further ordered, as provided
in said Act that the Commissioners
of State and County Elections shall
appoint three Managers, and a
Clerk, for each of the election pre
cincts of said County, who shall
conduct said election, receive and
tabulate the returns as in other elec
tions. They shall report the result
of said election in writing, in dupli
cate, one copy of which shall be fil-J
ed in the office of the Supervisor,
j and the other copy shall be filed in
?the office of the Secretary of State
1 in the City of Columbia.
It is further ordered that the com
missioners of State and County
elections shall provide ballots for
said election, prepared as directed
in and by the said Act of the Gener
Polls to be opened at 8 o'clock A.
M. on said 31st day of August, and
to close at 4 P. M. of the same day
R. N. BROADWATER,
Supervisor for Edgefield County
August 4th, 1920.
person offered to keep your
rge, you would consider it
are doing for our custom
r bookkeepers keep books
d to do is to deposit your
as received. Then pay by
its and cancelled checks will
I of your business transac
Trenton, S. C.
Trenton can be cleared free of ex
h (8tfi) Street
es and Silverware
tches and Jewelry
Managers of Election for Vot
ing on Road Improvement
Bonds, August 31st
.. The fellowing Managers of Elec
tion have been appointed to hold the,
?1 actions at "the various precincts in
the said County on August 31st, 1920
for the purpose of voting on the
bond issue for road improvement
for Edgefield County:
Timmerman-E. L. Scott, Luther
Yonce, L. J. Claxton, clerk, G. W.
Trenton-L. C." Eidson, W. H.
Moss, J. M. Long, W. W. Wise,
. Johnston-^-J. Wilbur Yonce, W.
H. Carpenter, J. G. Carpenter; W.
Edgefield Pickens-J. W. Reese,
J. H. Nicholson, J. W. Peak; .W. J.
. Edgefield Wise-S. E. Morgan,
J.H.Paul, J. W. Quarks; S. B.
Meeting Street-G. B. Timmer
man, George Logue, J. R. Blocker;
J. H. Cogburn, clerk.
Pleasant Lane-J. Whit Harling,
Mpuzon Dorn, L. G. Miller; James
*'rRed Hill-Monroe Mathis, - J. B.
Holmes, H. 'H. Smith; Geo. W.
Cheatham's Store-T. G. Morgan,
?. C. Griffis, C. A. Cheatham; L. R.
orunson, Sr., clerk.
^ Mathis-J. L. Miller, D. T. Mathis,
Sr., Frank Adams; H. W. McKie,
.Meriwether Hall-R. W. Glover,
Cr B. Murrah, J. 0. Scott; H. F.
Ropers-S. W. Miller, J. W. Mun
day, W. W. Miller, Jr.; W. J. Lan
Bacon-W. H. Smith, O. W.
-^Wright, H. H. Herlong; M. A. Wat
School House near J. 0. Seigler's
-E. W. Callison, G. C. Jordan, R.
T. West; T. B. Culbreath, cferk.
The Managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dele
gate one of their members to secure
boxes and blanks for the election
on or before Saturday, August 28th,
J. W. KEMP,
, J. B. MINICK,
A. M. CLARK,
Commissioners of State and County
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Cotton Oil, Gin, Saw, Grist, Cane,
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- AND -
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Western North Carolina
A THROUGH SLEEPING CAR BETWEEN AUGUSTA
Leaves Augusta Tuesdays and Fridays
Leaves Asheville Wednesdays and Sundays
Southern Railway System
READ DOWN READ VP
7:05 p. m. Lv. J Augusta Ar. 10:40 a. m.
8:05 p. m. Lv._EDGEFIELD_Ar. 9:45 a. m.
8:35 p. m, Lv. Trenton Ar. 9:20 a. m.
5:15 a. m. Ar. Tryon Lv. 10:10 p. m.
5:50 a. m. Ar. Saluda Lv. 9:40 p. m.
6:30 a. m. Ar. Hendersonville Lv. 9:05 p. m.
7:30 a. m. Ar. ASHEVILLE Lv. 8:00 p.m.
Connects for Lake Toxaway Branch, Brevard, eto.,
at Hendersonville. Connects for Waynesville,
Black Mountain, etc., at Asheville.
Summer Tourist Tickets Now on Sale
To the Ideal Vacation Resorts of Western North
Carolina-The Land of the Sky.
Golf, Horseback Riding, Mountain Climbing, Tennis, Boating,
Fishing. Ask for Southern Railway Summer Resort Folder.
For Fares and other convenient Train Service, apply to or
G. W. CARTER, DPA., J. A. TOWNSEND,
Augusta, Ga. \ Edgefield, S. C.
You Can Now Buy Your
FLOUR, MEAL AND
' -FROM THE
Edgefield Flour Mill
. E. S, JOHNSON
Southern Railway Depot Edgefield, S. C.
?rearss old and
caking for first time
nest, Effective and Growing (
The latter fact all on account of the first two. ANTI
FERMENT has never (before) been advertised direct to the
public. In spite of thia fact more has been sold every year than
the year preceding. Its friends have recommended, it to their
friends because of the honesty of its claims and its effectiveness
when used as directed.
lat it is Recommended for
That form of Dyspepsia in which the food ferments, or sours,
before it is fully digested by the stomach; giving rise in that or
gan to Colic, Heart-burn, Distention or Flatulence any many other
familiar but distreseing symptoms. This sour, half-digested food
passing into the intestines acts as a foreign irritating body, and
produces Diarrhoea, Dysentery or Flux, inflammatory and danger
ous diseases. '
(These orders are commonly known as indigestion.)
tiy it is Reccommended
ANTI-FERMENT helps Nature neutralize the acid conditioi/of
the contents of the stomach and bowels, soothe inflamed and irrita
ted surfaces, and stimulate the secretory glands into normal and
your druggist to-day. If he can't supply you, address
kendal Chemical Co., Rock Hill, S. C.
d Disorders of the Stomach and Bowels
ksk Those Who Have Used It"