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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, January 26.
iiOCAL AND PERSONAL
Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach in
the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning at 11:15 o'clock.
Misses Myra and Edith Pearce vis
ited their aunt, Mrs. J. H. Cantelou
Mr. E. H. Aull, Mr. C. A. Bowman
and Mr. Summers of Newberry spent
Tuesday in Edgefield on business.
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant is attending
the executive session of the Presby
terial in Columbia this week.
Miss Ethel Schenk has accepted a
position with Mr. Israel- Mukashy on
his salesforce at his new store.
Mr. James Cothran of Abbeville
was here Monday visiting his aunts,
Mesdames. Susan B. Hill and W. C.
Prof. C. F. Brooks was called to
-Columbia Monday to attend a hearing
"before "one of the legislative com
Messrs Yonce &-Mooney can now
deliver a Fordson tractor at your door
for $700 in stead of $850, which is
a considerable slump.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Dobson of Au
gusta and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dob
son of Beech Island spent Sunday
here visiting their mother, Mrs. Em
ma N. Dobson.
'. Mr. A. E. Padgett returned from
the hospital in Columbia last Wed
nesday fully restored in health and is
now constantly at his post in the
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant, Sr., and Mrs.
IV. L. Dunovant, Jr., were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney of the High
land Park Hotel at Aiken one day
The Economy Store announces this
week a special sale which will begin
Wednesday, February 2. Watch for
their double page advertisement in
The Advertiser next week. Unprece
dented bargains will be offered.
Mrs. S. McG. Simkins and Miss
Marjf Butler were the guests of Mrs.
Clint Graydon for last week-end, at
tending the convocation which was
held in Columbia, witnessing the or
dination of the Bishop Coadjutor,
the Rt. Rev. E. G. Finlay, D. D.
Mr. Walter Holston has been
warmly greeted by his friends upon
his return from Hartsville where he
has been employed by the same con
tractors that installed the Edgefield
sewerage system. He will remain here
until work is begun on another con
FOR RENT: Three desirable
rooms, access to' water system and
WALTER L. HOLSTON.
Chief Harry Culbreath has been (
doing osme good work on the streets,
notwithstanding the handicap of fre
quent rains. But he can't keep the
streets in order if the people delib
erately throw leaves and trash in the
ditches after he cleans them' out. Be
more thoughtful and throw the trash
Messrs. Yonce & Mooney announce
this week that they will hereafter
work upon any make of cars in their
repair department. During last year
the Ford Company restricted them
to repair work on Ford cars and
trucks only. Now they are an "open"
shop and can work on anything at
any time, but always at reasonable
Those who attended the Timmer
man-Williams wedding were Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Cogburn, Mrs. J. P.
Ouzts, Mr. W. A. Strom, Mrs. Frank
-Logan, Miss Helen Strom, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Byrd, Mrs. J. S. Byrd,
Mrs. J. W. Thurmonnd, Miss Ger
trude Thurmond, Mrs. Mamie Till
man, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ^Timmer
man, Mr. and Mrs. J.'L. Mims.
Mr. E. J. Norris attended the meet- j
ing of the General Board of Baptists
.which adjourned on Wednesday.- He
reported this to be a splendid and
inspiring meeting and was gratified
at the large number of splendid prac
tical business men among the preach
ers of our state in addition to the lay
men who are wise in the affairs of
Power Cut OAF.
We beg indulgence of our readers
this week, the late publication being
due to the electric power being cut
off. The heavy freeze broke some of
the wires do\vn. As our linotype ma
chine and presses are operated by
electric motors, a whael could not
turn while the power was off.
Mr. Lanham's Visit.
Mr. T. B. Lanham, general Y. M.
C. A. secretary for South Carolina,
delivered a very earnest message at
the Baptist church Sunday morning,
taking a collection at the conclusion
for the State Y. M. C. A. work. He
was very cordially greeted by his
old friends while here. Mr. Lanham
gave a book entitled, "That Damned
Y," to the public library while here.
Get it from the library and read it.
Teachers' Meeting Postponed.
On account of the very unfavor
able weather and bad roads, the
meeting of the Edgefild County
Teachers' Association has been post
poned from Saturday, January 29,
to Saturday, February 5. All teach
ers and trustees will please take no
tice of this change. The invitation
extended the teachers and school
trustees of the county by the women's
Christian Temperance Union still
stands and the luncheon will be giv
en in the high school dining room
Saturday, February 5. Mr. Fuller and
the ladies cf the W. C. T. U. are ex
pecting a full attendance for the
meeting Saturday, February 5. Let
no teacher or trustee fail to be pres
Grand Double Bill at Edgefield
The greatest, event in Edgefield
amusements will take place next Fri
day night. There will be a grand big
double bill. The Joyland Vaudeville
Revue of 1921, an organization of 10
high class artists, offering 5 big acts,
each one of which has been on all the
big time vaudeville circuits in this
?country and several have been all
over the world, will give their full
performance that night. Included in
this company is Mme. Zenda, the fa
mous original mindreader, the seer
who knows all, sees all, tells all. If
there is anything troubling you, just
give her your question and she will
answer you. In addition there will be
pretty girls, mysterious illusions,
singing, and dancing, comedy turns,
comedy juggling, altogether enough
to more than furnish a full evening
performance. BUT with this wonder
ful attraction will be given in full
the great feature 6-reel picture, The
Luck of the Irish. This picture alone
is worth more than the price of ad
mission, which is only 5*0 cents for
adults and 25 for children arid war
tax. Friday night will be the biggest
night in Edgefield, and no one can
afford to miss it.
Lee and Jackson Celebration
at High School.
Wednesday morning at ll o'clock
under the auspices of the local Unit
ed Daughters of the Confederacy, a
Lee and Jackson celebration program
was carried out. Mrs. A. A. Woodson,
chapter historian, presided over the
meeting which was held in the High
Dr. R. G. Lee made the invocation
and June Nicholson gave a poem on
Stonewall Jackson. Elise Hudgens
read from memory a eulogy on Rob
ert E. Lee.
Eleanor Minis read from the Con
federate Veteran a poem "The
Stainless Soldier," a tribute to Gen
eral Lee. Mr. Claude Burnett was
introduced by Mrs. Woodson as the
speaker of the occasion and made a
very interesting and acceptable ad
dress on the subject of these two
southern heroes. These are splendid
occasions for patrons to exhibit their
interest in the school and at the same
time be benefitted themselves.
Luncheon for Teachers' Asso
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union will serve a luncheon at
the High School on Saturday at one
o'clock to all the teachers and trus
tees who will attend the Edgefield
County Teachers* Association. A
full atendance is expected as the
program as arranged- by the associa
tion will be very beneficial.
The following program of two min
ute speeches will be carried out at
the close of the luncheon:
Our Guests of Honor, Mr. S. McG.
Teachers' Association, Mr. Wi W.
The Teachers, Mr. J. L. Mim?-;.
Trustees, Mr. 0. Sheppard. \
Frances E. Willard, Mrs. J. L.
The Patrons, Miss Cleo Attaway.
Law Enforcement, Mr. T. B. Gren
Bad Roads Versus Education, Rev.
The 19th Amendment in Its Re
lationship to the IS th Amendment,
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant.
The W. C. T. U., Rev. G. W. M.
Guests of The Dixie Highway
Hotel During the Past Week.
C. B. Elvington, Columbia; C. H.
Wichenberg, Charleston; T. R. Hoyt,
S. C.; B. Jones, Columbia; L. E.
Marks, Richmond; N. W. Garner,
Spartanburg; A. J. Davis, Green
wood; Thomas H. Wall, City; J. W.
Dozier, Greenwood; J. L. Mahra, Bal
L. C. Adams, F. B. Jones, Augus
ta; L J., Wilson, Wellford; P. G.
Horne, Augusta ; Robt. A. Brabham,
Batesburg; H. 0. Wilson, C hatta
nooga; H. S. Diehl, Greenwood; J.
F. Steadman, Augusta; C. L. Lowe,
Charleston; Tom Sweeney, Dallas,
Texas; Geo. W. Adams, City; T. A.
J. E.i Rearden, Augusta; L. M.
Mitchell, Leesville; J. H. Courtney,
Trenton; Thomas H. Wall, City; Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. H. Rainsford, and
Mrs. H. N. Greneker, City; Chas, S.
Ballantine, Augusta; J. C. Lamar, Jr.,
Augusta; J. C. Head and wife, St.
John B. Jackson, Atlanta; Claude
Hunter, Virginia; Thos. H. Wall,
Paul Cogburn, City; Dr. J. N. Craf
ton, Colliers, S. C.; J. H. Courtney,
Trenton; C. E. Hiller, W. P. Saw
yer, Prof. Schider, S. C.; L. W. Zol
ler, Augusta; J. A. Story, Atlanta;
J. W. Kemp, City; Miss Katherine
Earle, Miss Gladys Rives, C. T. Bur
nett, R. H. Norris, City; R. T. Nutt,
Concord, N. C.; C. W. Walker; Chi
cago; 0. F. Taylor, Anderson.
J. T. Perkins, W. A. Caskill, Ches
ter; C. L. Jinks and party, Green
wood; H. M. Reynolds, L. C. Warren,
Paul Cogburn, Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
Kernaghan and child, City; R. G.
Kennedy, Peter Wise, Herbert Cri
der, Leon Hair, S. C.; W. N. Fair,
Columbia; J. P. Bland, Johnston..
H. H. Andersonn, Birmingham;
A. D. Porcher, Columbia; J. H. Gin
ert, Columbia; W. B. Sprinkle, Au
gusta; L. G. Kirby, Spartanburg; F.
F. Lozenby, Augusta; L. W. Graves,
Augusta; Miss Ruth Lyon, Paul Cog
burn, City; T. R. Henderson, Augus
ta; Thos. H. Wall, City; B. C. Cren
jshaw, Augusta; E. B. Holt, Va.; R.
R. Boyd. Augusta; H. L. Bowyer,
Savannah* D. C. Golstein, Chas. H.
Dunbar, Augusta; P. R. Boyd, B. F.
J. H. Dudley, Columbia; C. E. Mil
ler, Southern Railway; E. H. Aull,
C. A. Bowman, J. H. Summer, J. E.
Summer, Newberry; L. W. Zoller,
Augusta; J. P. Bland, Johnston; H.
L. Watkins, Lynchburg, Va.; M. L.
Shatzen, Atlanta; C. E. Henderson,
Jr., Cleveland, 0.; Thos. H. Wall,
City; H. M. McCain, Greenwood; T.
M. Miller, Greenwood ; Miss Laura W.
Bailey, Winthrop College; J. J. Tray
lor, Augusta; P. L. Sturkey, Green
wood; Victor Daitch, City; W. G.
Matthews, A. D. Olofson, Augusta;
Geo. B. Colonna, Chicago; H. W.
"I do not ask for a conspicuous part
In this old game of life;
Or crave fame and wealth in my
Ju* contentment will suffice.
But this I crave, that I might bring
The light and joy and happiness j
To some poor soul whose heartstring j
Is torn and bleeding in distress.
And to cheer somewhere a lonely
By kind word, deed or smile;
Any ' j I can to help him start
On the road that is worth w-hile.
Help him who is in darkness, lost
As unguided he has trod
The sinful road that leads astray
Back to the path of God.
W. S. G. HEATH.
STRAYED: A large red mule on
January 19. Reasonable reward for
return of mule or information that
will lead to recovery.
T. D. BARKER,
l-26-2t. Edgefield, S. C.
We are now in a position .to do any kind of repair
work on any make of car. Some months ago we
were forced to limit ourselves to Fords. We have
plenty of storage room and the best mechanics.
Bring us your car for quick repairs at a reasonable
We can deliver you a Fordson Tractor now for
$700.00 instead of $850.00.
All Parts and Work for Cash Only
Hotel Barber Shop.
I take this means of informing the
mblic that I have moved my barber
ihop into the basement of the new
Dixie Highway Hotel and invite the
leople to give me a call. The room
n the basement of the hotel designed
:or the barber shop is steam heated
ind has hot and cold running water
ill the time. I am equipped for giv
ng better service than ever. I will
lave competent help so my patrons
viii not have to wait an unreasonable
;ime. My shop can be reached through
;he lobby of the hotel or from the
Pure bred Poland China
pigs, five months old. Sub
ject to registration. Prices
P. B. DAY, JR.,,
Trenton, S. C.
!S THE OWLY
WANTED: Men or women to
take orders among friends and neigh
bors for the genuine guaranteed ho
siery, full line for men, women and
children. Eliminates darning. We
pay 75 cents an hour spare time or
$36.00 a week for full time. Expe
rience unnecessary. Write
International Stocking Mills,
WANTED: The people to know
that I now have Giles Butler, who is
an expert horse shoer in my employ
ment. Let us shoe your horses and
mules. Satisfaction guaranteed. Don't
forget also that we do all kinds of
repairing in wagons, buggies, etc.
A. L. KEMP.
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
a card in the post office.
R. W. CARTLEDGE.
Just as we planned for many months in the past
our expectations came true. They are realized in
every way. People want to see what we have to
sell. Folks want plenty of room to move around
while shopping in a store. All this and more is be
ing done at our new store. We are certainly pleas
ed at the remarks of our friends and customers
who come to our new store.
In our new store we can better display our mer
chandise. We can furnish more conveniences to
our trade-and above all we can give better service,
attention and satisfaction to all who come to our
new store regardless of how small your purchase
During the coming weeks we offer every
thing in our store at Rock-bottom prices
If it is lower prices that you want come to Mukashy's. We have the
goods and are ready to make any sacrifice to sell. We thanks our
?? friends and patrons who have visited us since we located in our new
store, and will be pleased to see and ever ready to serve all who come
] to do their shopping with us.
"The Store of Better Values and Lower Prices"