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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, January 19.
?OCAL AND PERSONAL
How many of our farmers are in
terested in cooperative marketing?
Col. p. B. Henderson and Mr.
Charlie Hill of Aiken were visitors
in Edgefield yesterday.
Miss Gladys Rives was a most gra
cious hostess for a charming tea on
Monday evening of this week.
Mr. Louis Tucker, -a prominent
young merchant of McCormick spent
Sunday and Monday in Edgefield.
Mr. George R. Norris of Columbia
spent Sunday in Edgefield as the
guest of Mrs. Mary Norris and Mrs.
Mrs. Eugene Blake who spent sev
eral wc^ks with her parents during
and since Christmas, has gone to
Miami, Fla., to rejoin Mr. Blake.
Mrs. Sallie Bryan will move this
week back to her home in the Elm
wood section of the county. Her
Edgefield friends regret to see her j ?j
leave. j <
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Mrs. Lemie Talbert, Mrs. Sam Mor- j3
rall and Mrs. Eugene Blake, who are ? ^
always welcome visitors here in their !
former home, were guests of Mrs. J.
G. Edwards on Monday.
Hon. M. P. Wells came home from
. ?is legislative duties to spend Sun
day. Hon. James 0. Sheppard joined
Mrs. Sheppard at her mother's in
Newberry for the week-end.
>' Mr. W. A. Byrd went to Columbia
yesterday to see Mr. A. E. Padgett
who has been at the Baptist hospital
-.for treatment for the past two weeks.
Mr. Byrd states that Mr. Padgett;
will be able to return to his home
the latter part of the week.
The" vegetable garden should re
ceive attention as soon as weather
conditions will permit. In no other
way .can a small area of ground be
made to bring larger returns than
planted in vegetables. Vegetables in
season not only materially reduces
the cost ol living but they afford a
proper, well-balanced diet.
Walter Morgan, the colored bar
ber has moved his shop into the room
in the basement of the hotel arranged
for a barber shop. The room is well
lighted, steam heated and is supplied
with hot and cold running water.
This barber shop should be kept like
a city shop.
Mr. Orlando Sheppard went to Co
lumbia yesterday to participate in
-the Masonic ceremonies which made
a "mason at sight" of Bishop William
A. Guerry of the Episcopal diocese
of South Carolina, this being the first
time in the history of the fraternity
in South Carolina that a man had the
three degrees of Masonry conferred
upon him in one day.
In the list of registered women pub
lished last week some names were
omitted which were not put in with the
original manuscript, but who were
among the earliest to register. One
was the name of Mrs. J. W. Peak, who
has always been one of the most loyaj
adherent of the suffrage cause.
There are probably others who were
inadvertantly left off. If so, please
notify us and the names will be men
tioned. If your name is not on the list
make haste to get on the Honor Roll.
The members of the Edgefield
Lodge, Independent Order of Odd
Fellows, met in the hall Monday night
and elected the following officers:
P. P. Blalock, noble grand; M. B.
Tucker, vice-grand; J. D. Warren,
secretary and treasurer; H. P. Lowe,
warden; Rev. P. P. Blalock, chaplain;
H. B. Wells, inside guardian and W.
H. Bee, outside guardian. The newly
elected officers will be installed at
a meeting of the lodge Monday
Furniture Repair Shop.
To the Public:*
I have opened up a first class Fur
niture Repair shop next -to Lyon
Brothers' garage. Anyone wishing
to see me about work just drop me
? card in the post office.
l-19-2t R. W. CARTLEDGE.
Edgefield Sustains Loss.
In the going ' of Miss Hortense
Woodson to Newberry yesterday to
accept a position with the Herald and
News as linotype operator Edgefield
sustains a great loss. She is a pains
taking and very efficient operator
who will be a valuable addition to
the force of the Herald and News.
Edgefield gives up with reluctance so
capable and so high minded a young
woman who scatters sunshine, joy
and gladness wherever she goes.
Two Fine Cleora Boys.
Edgefield has reluctantly given up
Mr. Bowles Morgan who for the past
year has served the Edgefield Mer
cantile Company as salesman and Mr.
D. D. Brunson who has been the right
hand man of Stewart & Kernaghan
for the past year. They are both ex
emplary young men and reflect honor
upon the Cleora community. Mr. Mor
gan will probably go t? Beaufort to
be with his brother, Mr. Hugh Mor
gan, who is engaged in truck farm
ing. We do not know what Mr. Brun
son's plans are, but hope he will re
turn to Edgefield to remain perma
O. L. Dobson Buys Lee Plumb
The Lee Plumbing and Heating
Co., with branches in Augusta, Ma
:on, and Charleston, yesterday sold
their Augusta 'business at 319 Jack
son Street, to 0. L. Dobson, and will
in future be operated as the Dobson
Plumbing and Heating Co., 0. L.
Mr. Dobson is very well known in
\ugusta, as a plumber and business
nan. He came here from Edgefield,
3. C., as a plumber's helper on the
lampton Terrace Hotel construction
n 1902: He has made many friends
ri Augusta, who will wish him every
luccess and prosperity.-Augusta
Visitor From Aiken.
Miss Marianna Porcher Ford, State
''ield Secretary for the Woman's
Auxiliary came over from Aiken this
vreek to meet with the Edgefield
iranch on Tuesday afternoon. Miss
rord is an unusually gifted woman
md her talk was most interesting,
jiving a broader vision of the service
t is" the privilege bf --the Auxiliary
nembers to render. At the conclu
lion of the program Mrs. Peatross,,!
issisted by Misses Katherine Butler,
md Charlotte Strother and Mrs. P.
\l. Feltham, served hot tea, with
l?verai kinds of sandwiches, tea
:akes and bonbons, the exquisite Jap
inese china, linen, silver and hand
:arved tea table adding a charming
?ote of interest.
Mr. Crouch's Home Burned.
About seven o'clock this morning
he residence of Mr. Guy Crouch in
louth Edgefield was found to be on
ire. Mr. Abney Parks discovered the
ire and gave the alarm. It seems to
lave caught in the ceiling of the
ritchen. The alarm was not given in
;ime for the fire company to save
;he b?liding, as it had been burning
irobably half an hour before the firc
mgine reached the place. However,
;he eight members of the fire com
>any who were first on the scene
;urned two streams on the flame in
i few minutes after arriving and ex
?ingur?hed them before the building
vas totally burned. The origin of the
ire is not known. Practically all of
;he furniture was removed from the
juilding but it was considerably
iamaged.. Mr. Crouch had insurance
;o the amount of $2,000 on the build
ng and $500 on the furniture.
Mow Edgefield Stands Among
Other* Cotton Markets.
Edgefield's standing among other
:otton markets during the past week.
Anderson_ __ 15.50
Kershaw ___ __ 16.00
Laurens __ _-_ ___14.25
Manning_ __ 14.75
STorth T_* 14.00
Orangeburg_ __ 14.50
The above quotations are taken)
from the weekly Bulletin issued by
Ch?rlotte Division, U. S. Department
sf Agriculture Bureau of Markets.
Invigorating te the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.drives oui
Malaria.enr?chcs the blood, builds up the system.
A true Tonic For adult? and children. 50c- i
D. A. R. Meeting.
. The January meeting of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution met
on Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs.
J. L. Mims.
A goodly number, as Dr. Burts used
to say, was present in tac? of the
threatened blizzard which was predict
ed and which did come before the
meeting was over.
Mrs. Warren, as president, presided,
and during the business session dues
were paid and Mi.-s Emmie Lmham
received as a new member. Applica
tions for membership were made by
others, who will be received as their
papers are made out.
Mrs. J. L. Mims was called upon to
take charge of the historical program.
A very instructive paper prepared by
Mrs. Susan B. Hill on the "Liberty
Tree Party" was read.
Miss Susan Adams read Timrod's
"Ode to the Old Year."
Miss Miriam Norris sang a very
quaint Gypsy love song, with accompa
niment by Mrs. Tillman.
Mrs. Hollingsworth read a very he
roic story of "Why Mrs. Hey ward of
Charleston Would Not Illuminate Her
Home at the Command of the British
Soldiers," and said they could burn her
home and show their power but could
not coerce her opinion.
A contest ended the pi gramme,
Miss Miriam Norris and Mrs. W. L.
Dunovant making a tie, and Miss Nor
ris received a box of correspondence
Mrs. Tillman brought a message from
one of our members, Mrs. N. G. En
nett, who is now in Europe, -having
gone over in the largest vessel afloat,
the Imperator, formerly The Father
Mr. and Mrs. Ennett were in London
at the time this communication was
At the clo?e of the programme, the
hostess, assisted by Eleanor Mims and
Susan Adams, served a salad course
The next meeting will be held with
Mrs. Tillman in February.
Mrs. Evans presented the Italian
milk fund, and received some contribu
tions for this worthy fund.
A Birthday Dinner.
William Strom entertained his
class Friday night at an elegant birth
In spite of the bad roads and mud
dy side walks, almost every one invit
ed was present as they anticipated a
wonderful time at the spacious and
hospitable h,p,me of Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Strom. ' .... ru?
When the guests arrived they were
ushered into the parlor by the host.
A jolly half hour was spent in playing
the Victrola and piano, after which
the guests repaired to the dining
room, two tables being set with every
thing delightful. After Dr. Lee asked
the blessings the musicians of the
evening-the Greek orchestra-were
introduced. The orchestra entertained
those present with music all during
the meal which consisted of, first,
fruit cocktail; second course; turkey
cranberries, rice, gravy, dressing,
chicken and potato salad, potatoes,
fruit salad, biscuits, ham and coffee.
The third course consisted of ice
cream, devil's food, fruit, pound and
After this most elaborate dinner,
the guests returned to the parlor
where everyone entered a most in
teresting contest and games. Then an
hour was spent in progressive con
versation which flew by extremely
At eleven o'clock the orchestra
came into the parlor to entertain the
crowd further and it was applauded
over and over again.
Just before leaving, the first prize
for the contest was awarded to Helen
Nicholson, a box of pink correspond
ence cards, and the booby to Sue
Adams, which was a large stick of
About midnight the guests bade
farewell to the host and left, know
ing that they could not possibly eat
anything for a week to come. The
large size of Mr. and Mrs. Strom is
no longer a puzzle if they feast upon
such dainties as were set before their
guests on Friday night. Every girl
and boy present will remember Wil
liam Strom's dinner and his hospi
tality for years to come.
New Garage Near Station.
t I take this means of notifying the
public that I have opened a garage
in the metal building, to the rear of
the store of Mr. Charlie Thomas and
solicit a share of their patronage. I
have employed Mike Brooks as one of
my force of workers wjio is well
known to automobile owners. All
work guaranteed. All I ask is a trial.
Remember the place, in the metal
building to 1 rear of Mr. Charlie
Thomas' store near the depot.
John L. Holston.
Death or Mr. Wade S. Cothran.
Abbeville, Jan. 17.-Wade S. Coth
ran died at his home here this after
noon at 4 o'clock, death being due to
paralysis. Mr. Cothran was in his 61st
year. He was the son of the late Judge
James S. Cothran. He is survived by
one son, James S. Cothran, Jr., of
Greenville, one daughter, Miss Marga
ret Cothran of Abbeville, three broth
ers, T. 'P. Cothran of Greenville, W. C.
Cothran of Greenville and James Coth
ran of Charlotte. Funeral will be held
at the residence Tuesday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock. Burial will be at Long
Mr. Cothrsn has been quite ill for
several weeks. Mrs. Susan B. Hill and
Mrs. W. C. Tompkins are sisters-in-law
of Mr. 0/Othran, and the latter has been
with Mr. Cothran for the past ten
days, lt is probable that Mr. Coth
ran's only daughter, Miss Margaret
Cothran. will return to Edgefield with
her aunt, 'Mrs. Tompkins, and make
her home here.
Hotel Barber Shop.
I take this means of informing tbe
public that I have moved my barber
shop into the basement of the new
Dixie Highway Hotel and invite the
people to give me a call. The room
in the basement of the hotel designed
for the barber shop is steam heated
and has hot and cold running water
all the time. I am equipped for giv
ing better service than ever., I will
have competent help so my patrons
will not have to wait an unreasonable
time. My shop can be reached through
the lobby of the hotel or from the
Call to Women of Edgefield
All women of Edgefield county
who are interested in the upbuilding
of our county, State and country are
requested to meet at the court house
on Monday afternoon, January 24
at 3:30 o'clock. The object of this
meeting is to organize a League of
Women voters, as has already been
done in a great many counties in this
. Mrs. N. G. EVANS.
South Carolina's Heavy Fer
tilizer Bill of Farmers.
Mr. Editor: .??- ??.s
??Please insert in The Advertiser
the pledge for reduction of acreage
and ask farmers to sign and mail to
me at Trenton.
Last year, 1920, South Carolina
used in producing her cotton crop
more commercial fertilizer than Ala
bama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Texas and Tennessee,
combined. Is it w^orth while reducing
our fertilizer cost, and building up
our soils with legumes and livestock?
B. R. TILLMAN.
Trenton, S. C.
Manning Woman Offers For
Manning, Jan. 18.-The following
candidat?s are offering in hte elec
tion next Teusday to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Representa
tive W. R. T. Sprott: J. H. DuBose,
New Zion; W. H. Wood, Gable; A.
Miller Melette, Turbeville; W. N.
Rush, Sardenia; Miss Corinne Bar
field, Manning. Clarendon is eager
to place the first woman in the house
of representatives. Miss Barfield,
whose name appears first on the tick
et, is a graduate of the College for
Women and has occupied business
Greenville Elects Woman to
Greenville, Jan 18.-The first woman
county official in South Carolina was
elected here to-day in a special election
he'Td-to choose a successor to Probate
Judge Walter M. Scott, who was killed
in an automobile accident the day after
Christmas. Judge Scott's widow, Mrs.
Fannie C. Scott, who had served as
clerk in that office for a number of
years, was unopposed candidate for the
place. Mrs. Scott is to assume the du
ties of the office within a few days.
Bad Cold and Cough Cured by Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy.
Several years ago C. D. Glass,
Gardiner, Me., contracted a severe
cold and cough. He tried various med
icines but instead of getting well he
kept -adding to it by contracting
fresh. colds. Nothing he had taken
for it was of any permanent benefit
until a druggist advised him to ,try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He
says "I was completely cured by this
remedy and have since always turn
ed to it when I had a cold and soon
When You Buy
Our entire stock is new, fresh and clean.
In school supplies we have everything the chil
dren need-big thick tablets and better pencils.
Fine stationery to suit each purchaser. Blank
All the medical preparations carried in the best
Our soda fountain is the best'and most sanitary
Collett Drug Company
ONE CAR OF GOOD YOUNG
Some as Good Mares as Ever Wore a Collar
BEN. L. HOLSTON
Beat the Boll We?vi? -
Raise plenty of cabbage and potatoes. We want to sell you the
plants. Make early heads by setting cabbage plants now.
The Porto Rico potato is our hobby. One man near here raised one
weighing 13 1-2 pounds, It is one of the quickest and largest growing
potatoes on record. Is fine for table or market. Good to eat when
first dug in the summer time. Ask M. H. Fuller or J. L. Addison and
I will be glad to make prices on any quantities of plants. Last year
we were providentially hindered in our plant business. This year we
hope for better luck, and expect to handle them on a large scale. True
to name, full count and satisfaction guaranteed. If we please you tell
others; if we fail to please tell us.
Edgefield, S. C.
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Your Cotton for High Pri?es
Conservative Loans Made oh Cotton
Consigned to Us
M. B. WATSON & COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AND BROKERS
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ARRINGTON BROS. & CO.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in
Corn, Oats, Hay and all
Kinds of Feeds
Gloria Flour and'Dan Patch Horse Feed
Corner Cumming a~d Fenwick Streets
On Georgia R. R. Tracks
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
?0F? See our representative, C. E. May.