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?Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, February 2.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. M. B. Tucker is spending sev
eral days in Thomson, Ga., visiting
Mrs. S. A. Morrall, Jr., of Tren
tonwas among the visitors in Edge
Mr. T. A. Hightower left Monday
for Boston on business. He will be
absent about a week.
Mrs. W. S. Boyd of Salter's Sta
tion, is here.visiting her parents' Rev.
and Mrs. P. P. Blalock
Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach in
the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning at 11:15 o'clock.
Dr. R. G. Lee accepted an invita
tion to preach in the First Baptist
church of Chester last Sunday.
The Buncombe mud deepens and i
.'there is no hope for a better condi
tion until the sunshine of spring
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Peoples Bank will be held in the
rooms of the bank Thursday, Feb
. Miss Alleen Dozier came over from
Columbia to spend Sunday here with
her sisters, Mrs. H. A. Smith and
Miss Charlton Dozier.
Mr. Harrison Parks who is now a
popular young business man of Co
lumbia came .over to spend the week
end with the home folk.
Mr. John M. Schroder of Savan
nah was a welcomed visitor in Edge
field last week, receiving a warm
band clasp from his friends here.
Miss Lot McDill of Abbeville is
visiting her friend, Miss Margaret
Cothran at the home of her aunts,
Mrs. Susan B. Hill and Mrs. W. C.
Miss Emily Ouzts who is a student
of the Edgefield High school, making
her home with her aunt, Mrs. W. H.
Harling, spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ouzts
Mr. James Cothran was among the
week-end visitors in Edgefield, hav
ing come to visit his sister, Miss
Margaret Contran who is making her
home in Edgefield with her aunts,
Mesdames Susan B. Hill and W. C.
Every teacher and every school
trustee in the county should come to
Edgefield next Saturday to attend the
meeting of the County Teachers' As
sociation and to attend the luncheon
to be given in their honor immediate
ly after the meeting by the ladies of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Mr. W. P. Gordon's business as
public cotton grader is picking up as
activity increases in business circles.
He went to Trenton yesterday and
graded 163 bales of cotton and has
orders to grade several hundred more
bales. Those Trenton farmers are
wise and know the advantage of hav
ing their cotton graded.
The new system of working the
roads adopted by Supervisor Ed
munds seems to prove satisfactory.
He appoints overseers and they no
tify all persons who prefer working
on the roads to paying the road tax
repoit for duty on a certain day. Mr.
L. Y. Bryan has recently worked thc
road from the town limits to his home
by way of the Gary place.
You can form some estimate of a
school teacher by their interest in
the County Teachers' Association. An
alert, active teacher who is eager for
new ideas and new methods is always
glad of an opportunity to meet with j
other teachers for an exchange of
ideas and methods. Thc indifferent
teacher is generally in the teaching
profession for the salary and nothing
The Advertiser is pleased to learn
that Mr. R. H. Adams has decided to
make his home permanently in Edge
field county. He came to Edgefield
about two years ago to engage in the
saw mill business. Recently he and
his father and brother purchased
about 300 acres of land from Mr. H.
H. Sanders in the Antioch section.
They will be very desirable additions
to the citizenship of the county.
Do you need any printing such as
letter heads, bill heads, envelopes,
programmes, circular letters, cards,
etc? The Advertiser job office is bet
ter equipped than ever befroe for
doing all kinds of printing.
In this issue of The Advertiser
will be found an advertisement of
Mr. A. J. Day, one of Trenton's most
progressive merchants, in which he
advertises special prices in hosiery.
Read his advertisement and then tell
him you saw his bargains offered in
the Edgefield Advertiser.
Young College Mates.
Capt. B. F. Gaines, now of Gaines
ville, Fla., and Mr. Ira Armfield, ed
itor of the Saluda Standard, spent
Sunday in Edgefield. These young
men who are graduates of the Cita
dal were not only classmates but
roommates. It is needless to add that
they spent a very pleasant day to
gether at the Dixie Highway Hotel.
They are both men of the highest
character and are making good; re
flecting honor upon their alma mater.
Great Bargain Sale.
Under the direct management of
Mr. E. B. Holt, who represents Mr.
Cry Berman of Greenville, The Econ
omy Store has j)ut on a great bar
gain sale. The Edgefield shoppers
can learn of this feast of bargains
by reading the double page advertise
ment in this issue of The Advertiser.
Nothing is reserved during this sale.
Every article in every department
has been cut in half and many items
have been reduced more than half.
The Edgefield people will not again
soon have such an opportunity to
purchase dependable merchandise at
such low prices. Mr. Holt says he has
been engaged to sell this stock and
that he is going to do it regardless of
cost. The sale opened this morning.
Read the double page advertisement.
New Grocery Store.
Within a few days a fresh stock
^f groceries will be opened in the
store recently vacated by Mr. Israel
Mukashy. Mr. R. H. Parks will em
bark in the grocery business and as
he has had considerable expei'ience
he should be able to manage the busi
ness successfully from the outset.
Mr. Parks has many friends who wish
him all possible good fortune in his.
All Teachers and Trustees
On account of the very unfavor
able weather, it was decided last
Thursday that it would be the part of
wisdom to postpone the holding of
the teachers' meeting and the lun
cheon to the teachers one week, until
Saturday, February 5. At that time
the trees were breaking down with
ice and the roads were in a dread
ful condition. Some of the teachers
did not receive the notice of post
ponement and came Saturday last,
the day at first selected. Those who
came then and all other teachers and
i-"chool trustees in the county are in
vited and urged to attend the meet
ing of the teachers and the luncheon
by the members of the W. C. T. U.
next Saturday, February 5. We be
lieve the day will be both pleasant
and profitable to all who come. Im
mediately after the adjournment of
the teachers' meeting the ladjes of
the Woman's Christian Tmperance
Union will serve a luncheon in the
dining room of the high schood build
ig in compliment to the teachers and
school trustees of the county. All of
them should be present, unless provi
A Good Medicine For the Grip..
George W. Waitt, South Gardiner,
Me., relates his experience with the
grip. "I had the worst cough, cold
and grip and had taken a lot of
trash of no account. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the only thing that
has done me any good whatever. I
have used one bottle of is and the
coid and grip have left me."
All stock holders in the Dixie
Highway Hotel Company who yet
owe a balance on their stock will
please call upon the undersigned and
make payment in full at once. The
building is now completed and there
are a few outstanding bills yet to be
paid, which can be done as soon as
-hose who owe a balance on their
stock pay up in full. Immediately up
on ,the payment of balance due cer
tificates of stcok will lie duly issued.
Please come forward and pay at once
to the undersigned.
J. W. STEWART,
Teachers' Association Next
It was genuinely regretted that
there should have been a condition
last week which interfered with the
meeting of the Edgefield County
Teachers' Association. The snow and
the rains made it impossible for a
full meeting of the teachers to be
held especially those from the rural
districts. This is to renew the invi
tation for the coming Saturday, when
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will serve a luncheon to all
those who come and hope by the de
lay to have a better dinner than they
could have had last Saturday. There
will be no postponement this time. If
roads are impassable make your plans
to come by air plane or by rail, or
come the first fair day and stay over.
The luncheon will be served to all
who come whether it be a hundred or
ten. Conic and be one of the hundred.
Woman's Christian Temper
The February -meeting of the W.
C. T. U. will meet on Monday, Feb
ruary 7, with Mrs. R. G. Lee at 3:30
o'clock. The following will be the
Dues paying by all those who did
not bring their dues at the January
meeting. Twan'ty-ifive dollars was
collected at that time, although the
weather was very inclement.
Distribution of Year Books.
Devotions, by Mrs. E. J. Norris.
Psalm 24 and hymns "White Rib
bon Rally Song" and "Onward Chris
Citizenship Study, "The State Ex
W. C. T. U. Catechism, Mrs. Helen
Report of activities since January
Vocal duet, Miss Miriam Norris
and Mrs. R. G. Lee.
Plans for frances . Willard Day
and Essay Contests.
Item of Interest Omitted From
Sunday morning coming from the
Presbyterian church, a lady accom
panying the writer said "You did
not mention in The Advertiser any
thing about the dinner at the Tim
merman-Williams wedding. Why was
that?" The reply was that it was
written because the delinquent scribe
remembered distinctly the process of
thought gone through in planning
what was to be written. "No,"- said
the lady, "not a word appeared about
the dinner." Such an oversight could J
not be neglected, so the continued jr
account of a most delightful occasion
is herewith added.
There is one rule of etiquette
which is continually broken and that
is the one which forbids the asking
uf what the hostess had to eat. It is
a very foolish rule too, for what's the
harm in wanting to know what your|\
friends had to eat at a dinner or j c
party? At any rate the newspapers j y
know the people want to hear, or they ! 1:
wouldn't be publishing it for^ their
benefit. It isn't just idle curiosity
either, it is genuine interest, and
a desire to know, that they may see
if they themselves can follow suit on
some succeeding occasion. ?
At least a half dozen people had t
asked this question and it was with j1
genuine pride and. pleasure that the i i
request was granted by those ?diojt
were privileged to be a guest on this j i
happy occasion. Perhaps this is the i ^
reason it was not in the paper. Some j 1
times'a friend, says "Why did you!'
not tell me that bit of news before?" j t
and the answer is, "Oh, I thought l!l
had told you," when the fact it was
to another that the news was told.
Immediately after the beautiful
marriage ceremony had taken place,
by which time it was near the noon
hour, friends began to enter with
the refreshments, a bountiful and
well selected menu for the noontide,
consisting of chicken salad, turkey,
cranberries, crackers, pickle and
several varieties of delightful sand
wiches, passed more than once.
When the first course had been
finished hot coffee and whipped cream
with fruit and pound cake were
served, followed by mints^vhich have
become an indispensable accompani
ment or ending to a wedding feast.
. It was a most appropriate and
bountiful dinner for the noon hour
and enjoyed by all the large number
F. A. M.
FOR SALE: A good farm mule.
Apply to H. A. Smith.
We have beei
brands of comm
the farmers of
have used our g
are our best ad
has used our br
and our reputati
to live up to it.
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the following de
Vilson Planning to Write Book
on Peace Conference.
Washington, Jan./ 30.-President
Vilson is having collected ai.d ar
anged for ready reference all pa
lers and documents in his" possession
.elating to the work of the Paris
leace conference with a view to the
?reparation of a book on the peace
Thc president in making these
?reparations, it was learned today,
las accepted the volunteered ser
'ices of Ray Stannard Baker, who
ras attached to the American peace
:ommission. Mr. Baker during the
>ast two weeks has spent several
lours each day at thc White House
?utting into shape all available data
m the peace conference in the presi
While it is not believed that the
?resident contemplates beginning the
ictual work of writing or dictating
he proposed book, during the few
.emaining weeks of his term of office,
t is understood that he has in mind
he inauguration of real work upon
t shortly after his retirement to pri
rate life. It is known that Mr. Baker
ias only undertaken the task of ar
ranging the material and that his du
ies do not include in any way the
Friends of the president are un
lerstffod to have urged upon him
:or sometime past the desirability
>f recording from the viewpoint of
m official American participant
?vents of -such .monumental impov
;ance as took place in Paris during
he peace negotiations. They have
)ointed out that one who played such
i major role as he and whose deci
sions later became the subject of j
such violent controvei'sy both in the
United States and abroad could not
ilford to lose the opportunity of set
ng before the world the motives be
lind the many disputed decisions, as
involve Shantung, Fiume, . Danzig,
,he Anglo-Franco-American alliance
ind the Russian question.
Officials close to the president
lave said recently that whatever the
president might write after his re
Direnient from the White House,
would not be autobiographical in
form, as the president's preference
ias always been towards history as
i form of literary expression.
One version of the events which
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i in business since 1857, and our
ercial fertilizers are well known to
p]dgefield county. Farmers who
foods are thoroughly satisfied and
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on shows that we have endeavored
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took place at Paris from an official^
American viewpoint, . already is in
course of publication. Announcement
was made several weeks ago that for
mer Secretary of State Lansing, one
of the American commissioners, had
prepared a book which takes issue
in several important chapters with
decisions made by the president. This
book is to be released to the public
March 5th, the day after President
Wilson retires from office.
An Informal Luncheon.
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant of Edge
field, president of the Congaree
Presbyterial, Mrs. J. B. Stillman and
Mrs. F. S. Flanden were charming
ly entertained ' on last Thursday at
noon with luncheon at the Rosemary
Tea Room.-Columbia Record.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Fa
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
favorite with the mothers of small
children fer colds, croup and whoop
ing cough. Its pleasant taste and the
prompt cures which it effects has won
the good opinion of mother's every
where. As this remedy contains no
opium or other narcotic it may be
given as ?confidently to a baby as to
"Kindness weaves a golden thread
In the silver cloth of life.
It's moonlight when dark paths we
It's a star that leads from strife.
It's sunshine on a chilly morn,
That warms you through and
It's a song bird that sii -s at dawn.
Fills you with music too.
It's love sweetest impulses stored
For a rainy day;
lt's opening spreads delight where
Clouds of gloom and poverty.
Kindness brings a rich reward, too,
When it's freely given;
For it will return and bring back
The key to an earthly heaven.
W. S. G. HEATH.
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.
Children's 4Qc and 50c Buster Browns in
white, black and brown, special 29c.
Ladies' 60c Buster Browns in white, black
and brown, special 39c.
Ladies' 85c silk lisle, the famous Buster
Browns, in white, black and brown, special 59c.
A. J? DAY? LEADING STORE
Trenton, S. ?.