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Wednesday afternoon, April 20,
at 4:30 o'clock Miss Anna Snow Jef
fries and Mr. Julian Pickens Bland
were married Tn the parlors of the
Broadway Baptist church of Knox-(
ville, Tenn., the father of the bride,
Dr. M. D. Jeffries, officiating. Dr.
. Jeffries was pastor of this church for
several years. It was a yery quiet
marriage, there being present only
immediate relatives and a few
There were no attendants, the
bride and.groom entering ^he church
parlor to the strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march rendered upon the
piano by Miss Ruth Phillips, a per
sonal friend of the bride. The bride
carried a bouquet of Bride's roses and
Lillies of the Valley and was clad in
a tailored suit of blue tricotine, with
accessories of gray. Immediately af
ter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Bland
left in their car for a wedding tour
through the mountains, stopping for
several days in Asheville. They are
expected to arrive at their home in
Johnston the latter part of this week.
Both of these young people are
widely beloved in Edgefield. From the
time Miss Jeffries came to Edgefield
to reside when her father became
pastor of the Edgefield Baptist church
about ten years ago she has made
many warm personal friends here and
in the county. After graduating from
the S. C. C. L she attended the
Greenville Woman's College, where
she also graduated. Since her grad
uation she has taught in the Edgefield
high school most of the time, her ser
vices always giving entire satisfac
tion. The groom is a prominent young
business man of Johnston and is an
honored representative of one of the
county's oldest and most honored
families. The Advertiser joins their
hosts of friends in extending sincere
congratulations and cordial good
wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Bland. We
have but one regret in connection
with their marriage and that is their | j
failure to make their home in Edge
On Friday "the 22nd of April, the
death angel entered the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin Reames and took away
their dear little baby boy, Clarence.
After thirteen months of joy and
happiness with his mother and father,
the great Heavenly Father saw fit to
take this little one for His own and
has transplanted his sweet little spir
it-in the great beyond.
The funeral services were conduct
ed at Mt. Vernon Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock by the pastor, Rev.. Mr.
Meadors. The remains were laid to
rest beneath a mound of many beau
ti&il flowers, which were brought by
friends and loved ones. May this lit
tle angel spirit lead its mother and
father and little brother to the land
where there will be flowers and sun
"Another little lamb has gone
To dwell with Him who gave;
Another little darling babe
Is sheltered in the grave.
"A mother's hope, a father's joy,
In death's cold arms doth lie;
Go, little angel, to thy home
And dwell with God forevermore."
Miss Leila Quarles spent last week
end at Liberty Hill with her cousin,
Miss Sallie Quarles. %
State Inspector of Rural Schools
D. L. Lewis and County Superintend
ent W. W. Fuller were callers in our
school last Monday. They were din
ner guests of Mr. G. R. Mayson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Corley are spend
ing the day with the former's sister,
Mrs. C. "H. Whatley.
Mrs. J. J. Mayson and Mrs. J. L.
Reames were spend the day guests of
. Mrs. G. R. Mayson last Tuesday:
We were glad to see a number of
our good Edgefield people at Bold
Spring last Saturday, in persons of
Mrs. J. L. Mims and Mrs. Mamie N.
Tillman, Mrs. Brunson .Hollingsworth,
TVIiss Emmie Lanham land Mr. and
Mrs.^W. B. Cogburn. *v
Mr. Willie Lanham continues his
afternoon calls in our community.
Mrs. R. T. Mayson recently visited
in McCormick, seeing her sister, Mrs.
I. C. Harrison.
Mrs. E. K. Callison spent the day
recently with ner sister, Mrs. Effie
Ouzts at Gaines.
Miss Leila Quarles spent Thursday
night with Mrs. J. Pi Sullivan.
Did you know that there are 92
818 cars registered in the State of
South Carolina and that 46,404 of |
these are FORDS? Why is it you
should not own a FORD? In the
United States* 8,900,572 cars are reg
istered and 4,438,179 of these are
FORD'S. County, 868-FORDS 400.
YONCE & MOONEY.
WANTED: A renter or share crop
per for either a one or two-horse
farm, also a wage hand. Apply to
A. B. HOLMES,
Cleora, S. C.
CONFERENCE OF EDISTO DISTRICT
S. C. UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY
Edgefield Opera House, Friday, April 29, 1921
10:30 A. M.
Mrs. 0. D. Black, vice-President Edisto District, Presiding
Prayer_-_Mrs. J. L. Mims
Welcome, President Edgefield Chapter_Mrs. J. M. Wright
Response for Edisto District--_Mrs. W. R. Darlington
Instrumental Solo, "Hark! Hark!.The Lark"_Schubert-Liszt
Miss Margaret May.
Reading of Minutes-Mrs. Katherine Bush
Roll Call of Chapters_Secretary
Greetings by First vice-President-_Mrs. O. D. Black
ASdress by Ex-President General_Miss Mary B. Poppenheim
Violin Duet_Misses R?sela Parker and Annie Wilson
Address by State President_Mrs. St. J. A. Lawton
Historical District Historian-Miss Zena Payne
Education_-- --Miss Mary Williams
Children of Confederacy, District Chairman _:-Mrs. R. R. Legare
Music, "Carolina"_'-'__ Reed Miller
Miss Miriam Norris.
Registration_-Mrs. C. J. Milling
World War Records-Miss Lillie Cooper
Jefferson Davis Monument-Mrs. J. L. McWhirter
Confederate College_-__Miss King
Soldiers' Home-Mrs. Sophia Swindell
Chapter Reports-Old Business-New Business-Round Table
Resolution of Thanks-Mrs. C. J. Ramage, Mrs. J. M. Holstein, Miss Kath
Long Branch Items.
Misses Ruby Lybrand and Beatri
Rutland of near Ridge Spring a
Ruby Yo?ce of Pine Grove secti
spent the- week-end with Misses I
rene and Ola May Scott.
Misses Mildred and Jacque Mat
?WS of Columbia spent the week-e:
arith Miss Mattie Hare.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lott and fai
ily spent Sunday with Mrs. Lot
mother, Mrs. Lizzie Cato near Joh
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Scott and tai
ily and Misses Harvey and Attawj
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mi
A.very Franklin in the Lott sectio
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hare and far
ily of Wimberly Branch communi
ind Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullum dint
arith Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rhoden a fe
Misses Leilah Attaway, Kathlee
Leilah and Gladys Pugh and Ora Li
Bridges and James Pugh of Salue
attended the entertainment at Lor
The following progTam was- carrie
>ut at the Long Branch entertaii
ment last Thursday evening, Mil
Harvey having entire charge of tl
"What Girls Love to Do," Viol
31ark,Ruby Duffie, Ethel May Clari
Vera Clark, Louise Lott, Nora De;
"Packing the Box," J. D. Herr?
"The Forest," W. A. Clark.
"Be Kind," Winfield Scott.
"The Brook," Irving Duffie.
"The Plant," Edwin Scott.
"Snow Bird," Frank Yonce.
"The Boy's Dream," Lewis Rhodei
"Spider and the Fly," Annie Ma
. "My Shadow," Frank Williams.
"Billy and Me," Mary Clark.
"Beautiful World," Monroe Yonc(
"Little Boy Who Says PH Try,
Dialogue: "Aunt Jane Visits th
Dialogue: "Uncle John's Sunda
"Aunt Jemima's Courtship," Myrtl
"When Sis Expects Her Beau,
"The Deacon's Courtship," Willi
"Kentucky Philosophy," Loren
Dialogue: "A Proposal."
Dialogue: "A Slight Mistake."
Dialogue: "How She Cured Him.'
"Obliging Little Sister," Rub;
"Dot Entertains," Viola Clark an*
Song: "Long Branch School," sunj
by 9th Grade. (Words by Miss Har
The day to part with our old schoo
friends draws near;
Soon comes the day when we leav<
our school so dear;
Sadly we leave the dear school1 wi
love so well,
But still we love our dear school mon
than tongue can tell.
We love her, we love her,
Our dear old Long Branch school;
Our hearts will ever turn in love
To Long Branch school.
We bid farewell to the boys and girls
We wish that we always could joir
them in their play;
We leave our friends and dear teach
ers with a sigh;
But we must bid our dear old Long
Branch school goodbye.
We leave her, we leave her
Our dear old Long Branch school;
Our hearts will ever turn in love
To Long Branch school.
"Yankee in Love," William Ripley.
Letter, Ethel Clark.
"Good night," Annie May Clark.
.The following boys and girls re
ceived prizes in this school: For best
deportment in Miss Attaway's room,
Rubie Duffie, Jesse Lott and J. D.
Herrin; in Miss Harvey's room: best
spelling, Annie May Clark; not miss
ing a day, Mary Clark.
News From Trenton.
Little James Elbert Mathis gave a
birthday party on Wednesday after
noon last. A number of little folks'
were invited to spend the afternoon
with him. After playing an hour they
were invited into the dining room
where a delicious sweet course was
served. . ,
Miss Mary Helen Harrison from
Anderson College spent the week-end
with her parents,- Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Harirson. She was accompanied home
by Misses Ada Nixon and Mary
Messrs. Marion and Louie Clark,
and Mr. Hugh Clark from the Citadel
spent the week-end with their father,
Mr. Austin Clark. .
Mrs. Susie Miller entertained the
Trenton D. A. R. chapter Saturday
afternoon. Cut flowers we?e used in
the hallway and reception room. Af
ter a business meeting Mrs. Miller
served delightful refreshments.
Mrs. J. W. Miller entertained the
Presbyterian Aid Society Friday af
ternoon. During the social hour the
hostess served strawberries, whipped
cream and cake.
On Friday afternoon last Miss
Dorothy Miller was hostess for the
Junior Missionary society. The meet
ing was conducted by the leader, Miss
Fannie Harrison and was made de
lightfully pleasant and; instructive,
after which a delightful salad course
Last Tuesday afternoon M:-s. An
na Eidson entertained the W. C. T.
U., and on Thursday afternoon she
entertained the Baptist Missionary
society. After the meetings she serv
ed an elegant salad and sweet course.
Mrs. Ed Covar has as her guest
Miss Ray Ranch from Summerland
college and on Monday evening she
will entertain several tables of cards
in honor of her.
Mr. Albert Miller left yesterday
fot Baltimore where he is being
treated. He was accompanied by his
wife and Dr. T. J. Hunter.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Leslie
Eidson entertained the Kill Kare
Miss Edith Herlong from Anderson
college spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Herlong.
Mr. Alfred Day from Greenwood,
spent the week-end in Trenton with
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Day.
Mrs. T; P. Willis and little baby
have"-*returhed to their home in Gaff
ney after a delightful stay with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs Sam Marsh.
Misses Maude and Dollie Bettis
entertained two tables of rook Sat
urday afternoon in honor of Miss
Mrs. J. D. Mathis, Jr., Mrs. E. W.
King, Misses Daisy Berry, Ruth
Wilkes, Ethel Harrison, Sue May
Herlong and Julia Wise enjoyed a
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We have installed the most modern machinery for repairing
and charging batteries. No battery station in any of the
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delightful heart dice party at Miss
Say Seigler's in Eureka last Friday
This country is not going to the bow
Or be swept up like so much trash;
Low price cotton makes it a little
But we have too much at stake to go
If your business is not so good, you
Whyi don't blame Father Adam or
Mind your business and you'll have
And your troubles will soon be re
The man who is chicken-hearted and
May frighten his business to death;
But the clear-headed, stout-hearted
Keeps shoving as long as he has
This is no time for calamity howlers,
Or those afflicted with kicking habits ;
We need right-thinking and hustling
More lions and not so many rabbits.
There's absolutely nothing wrong
with this country,
Except what you make wrong your
It's strong socially, physically, and
Burdened down with' overwhelming
It's a mighty good country to live in,
If you stop so much whining and
We flew a little too high, got a lit
But will overcome it all, DON'T
W. S. G. HEATH.
FOR SALE: 150 acres, three miles
I of town; terms $15 per acre.
WHY should you not own a FORD
SON? Ask the man that owns one.
YONCE & MOONEY.
JU 11 aXLO Family Medicine.
Contributors to County Agent
We have been asked by Mr. B. R.
Tillman to publish the following
names of contributors to County
agent work for this county:
S. B. Mays, J. F. Bettis, Tom Ad
ams, Mike Herlong, M. Herlong, T.
P. Salter, Walter W. Wise, J. H.
Courtney, L. C. Eidson. D. R. Day,
Bank of Trenton, B. B. Bouknight,
William Bouknight, A. S. J. Miller,
A. Sidney Miller, Walter H. Smith,
F. W. Miller, E. N. Smith, S. J. Wat
ton, Farmers and Merchants Bank of
Johnston, J. W. Miller, Ed Watson,
J. M. Vann, W. B. Prater, Luther
Watson, Gamewell M. Smith, Jeff
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Rico, Nancy Hall, Early Triumph,
potato planis $1.SO per 1,000. Great
er Baltimore tomato plants $1.50 per
1,000. Large orders prompt shipment.
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We have also Hand-Made Ling
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Cotton Oil, Gin, Saw, Grist, Cane,
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Pumping, Wood Sawing and Feed
We have a beautiful line of sum
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ie beauty and attractiveness of one's
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icods Bring These
ach of All
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?oe v . . $2.50
ce . . .90
ases . . 1.00
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