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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, August 31
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Capers Madden spent Sunday
Mrs. Roy Brezeale of Greenville
is the guest of Mrs. Capers Madden.
Miss Margaret Maxwell of Char
lotte is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
J. A. Sossaman.
Mr. W. M. Beasley of Kinst?n, N.
C., is a guestof Mr. Foy A. Vause
? this week.
Major Henry Tillman, of Green
wood was a visitor in Edgefield Fri
Miss Margaret Madden will leave
tomorrow for Asheville, N. C., to
spend some time.
Mrs. E. Pendleton Moissette of
Newberry is a guest ofMrs. James
Mrs. Kate Kernaghan left yester
day morning for Waco, Texas, to
visit her son, Mr. Earl Kernaghan.
Mrs. W. S. Boykin has gone to
LaGrange, Ga., to spend some time
with her mother, Mrs. J. Y. Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Medlock of
Greenwood were among the visitors
in Edgefield Saturday.
Barbecue at Smith's Pond Friday
of this week. COME and get a REAL
E. W. SAMUEL.
. Misses Sarah and Catherine Bryan
of Greenville are guests of their sis
ter, Mrs. A. R. Nicholson.
.Dr. Harris Mathis of Meriwether
section, was a visitor in Edgefield
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Duncan of
Raleigh, N. C., are guests of Capt.
and Mrs. L. Y. Moore.
The Southern Railroad announces
attractive excursion rates to the
mountains in this issue. Read its
Prof. E. W. Rentz, the superin
tendent of the Trenton school, is
among the visitors in Edgefield to
Miss Sallie Mae Miller will leave
to-morrow for Elloree, S. C., where
she has accepted a position as teach
Mr. E. L. Yonce and Mr. and Mrs.
-Walter Derrick of Johnston were
guestsof Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Yonce
'Rev. Marinus James of Norfolk,
; Va., will preach in Edgefield Bap
tist church next Sunday morning and
Mrs. Addie Bridges and her little
daughter, Azalina, spert Sunday with;
her sister, Mrs. Grover Bledsoe of j
Barbecue at Smith's Pond Friday
of this week. COME and get a REAL
E. W. SAMUEL. /
Miss Janice Morgan will leave to
morrow for Gastonia, N. C., where
she has accepted a position as teach
. Mrs. J. R. Scurry and her two
daughters, Misses Hammie and Lucy,
spent last week in Augusta visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith.
A very successful revival meeting
was conducted at Gilgal church, the
pastor, Rev. P. B. Lanham, being
assisted by Rev. B. D. Thames.
Mr. and M^s. Roy Smith of Au
gusta spent Saturday and Sunday
in Edgefield visiting Mrs. Smith's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Scurry.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Harris, of
Henderson, N. C., spent Saturday
and Sunday in Edgefield with their
daughter, Mrs. W. C. Lynch.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams have
moved into their attractive new bun
galow which is just east of the res
idence of Mrs. Hattie W. Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bomar of
Georgetown have been spending the
past week with Mrs. Emmie DeLoach,
Mr. Bomaris mother.
Miss Lottie Deal came home from
Atlanta last week to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Deal and
w?s very cordially greeted by her
friends here. , ? .'
.Miss R?sela Parker has as
guests Misses Rosada Talbert,
lie Bradshaw, Thelma Parks
Messrs Carver Talbert and j
Parks of Parksville. .
Prof. G. F. Long will teach
Harmony school again next ses
which begins the first Monday
October. This will be his 27th 3
as principal of Harmony school.
Miss Florence Mims left Tues
morning for Tonkawa, Oklaho
where she will teach Expression
co-educational college which.is s
ported by the state of Oklahomi
The >Advertiser wafts affect:
ate greetings to the little daugl
of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mobley
Heath Springs who has just ente
upon what we hope will be a 1
Mrs. D. T. Mathis, Jr., has just
turned from the marriage of a coll
friend, Miss Nyra Garner, of Char
ton where she served as dame
honor. Miss Garner was married
Mr. Nelson of Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bridges
Saluda spent the week-end with ]
and .Mrs. Caleb Wates who res
near Parksville. They stopped M
"day upon their return with Mrs. 1
die Bridges in Edgefield.
Mrs. P. M. Feltham, accompan
by her two sons, Masters Jack s
John Curran Feltham, are visit:
relatives in Greenville. They will
greatly missed by their Buncon
Mrs. Eustice Prescott, accompj
ied by her sisters, Misses Mad;
Lillian, Martha and Alice Hammo:
was a visitor in Edgefield Saturdi
She expects Dr. Prescott to co:
home soon from Hayti on a mont
The annual revival meeting whi
was recently held at Red Hill chui
is said to have been one of the'b<
meetings ever held in this chur<
The pastor, Rev. W. R. Barnes, cc
ducted the meeting without assi
Mrs. T. A. Hightower carri
their little son to Spartanbuyg li
week for a slight operation whi
consists of the removal of the s
ver splints from his leg which w
broken early this year. The lit1
fellow has completely recovered.
The September meeting of the 1
.C. T. U. will be held Monday afte
noon at the home of Mrs. E. j
Crews arjd an interesting programs
is being arranged. Officers for tl
ensuing year will be elected at tl
Mr. and Mrs. J. E.. Sossann
moved several days ago, into the re
idence in northern Edgefield forme
ly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Har]
Strom. Previous to their beginnir
housekeeping, Mr and Mrs. Soss
man were stopping at the Dix
Mrs. S. L. Gay and son Lest?
returned yesterday from a visit 1
Edgefield, bringing with her as gues
for the day, Messrs. Getson, Mac
and Ralph Quarles and Miss Genev
Quarles of Edgefield and Miss Bloi
delle Adams of Parksville.-Augui
The 1921-22 session Edgefiel
graded and high school will begi
Wednesday morning, September '
at nine o'clock and all patrons of th
school are invited and urged to ai
tend the opening exercise. The Ad
dison Mill school will begin Thun
day morning September 8.
The Edgefield Fruit Company ha
doubled the capacity of its store b;
throwing the two stores of the Nor
ris building into one large stor
room., They did this in order to mah
room for their steadily growing bus
iness. ' Read their advertisement ii
Misses Fannie Lou Cheatham anc
Miss Alma Williams were very cor
dially greeted by their friends ir
Edgefield Friday. Miss Cheatham
who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs
P. W. Cheatham, has a position ir
the bank of Plum Branch, and Miss
Williams, who is a daughter of thc
lamented Mr. C. W. Williams, teach
es iA the school at Plum Branch. *
At a special meeting of the town
council Tuesday afternoon Mr. Lem
Harling was elected chief of Police.
There were about 24 applicants for
the place. Mr. Harling is a Very cap
able man and will render satisfac
tory service. He will soon move his
family from the Hill place to or near
town, so as to be convenient to his
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Johnstone, of.
Georgetown spent last week in
Edgefield visiting relatives.
Mr. R. M. Scurry took a short va
cation last week, joining Mrs. Scurry
at Inman, where she was visiting her
parents. They returned to Edgefield
The Collett Drug store has an
ticipated the need's of the children
for school opening and can supply
materials that will be' needed in the
The Quality shop tells the 'Adver
tiser's readers this week of their
new arrivals of fall millinery and
ladies' ready to wear merchandise.
Read what they say.
. Mr. W. H. Turner says The Cor
ner Store is ready to do its part in
equipping the children with school
necessities. This popular store will
make it to your interest to supply
your needs there.
Mr. J. G. Alford announces to the
farmers this week that he is ready
with his well equipped ginnery to gin
their cotton. Mr. Alford is also tak
ing orders for bagging and ties, hav
ing a very close price to offer.
To-night marks 'the 35th anniver
sary of the earthquake of August 31,
1886. It will be recalled by many of
The Advertiser's readers that the
Tillman-Leitch tent meeting was in
progress at that time. .
There are many people in Edge
field who regret to see Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Carwile leave Edgefield. They
will leave to-morrow to make their
home in McGormick, Mr. Carwile
having accepted the position of farm
demonstration agent of McCormick
county. Mr. Carwile has done good
work in Edgefield and McCormick
county is fortunate in being able to
secure his services.
Cotton Grader and Seller.
Attention is directed to the adver
tisement of the Edgefield Couny
Cotton Association in this issue, in
which the pleasing announcement is
made that Major Andrew Bramlett
will not only grade cotton but will
also act as selling- agent for farmers.
He will aarrange with exportera, and
other dealers to buy for them, pay-'
ing farmers spot cash for their cot
ton. Through this arrangement the
farmers will get the export price for
their cotton, eliminating*-the middle'
men altogether. It depends upon far
mers themselves as to whether this
plan is successful or not.
The 1921-22 session of the Tren
ton school will open Monday, Sept.
12. Examinations will, however, be.
held Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 5
and 6. All children who are to bel
examined are urged to be present
on those two days, as no other ex
amination will be held. The follow
We have just co
year in business ai
ful to our friend!
increase in the vo
ness from the day
It shall be our
the future as it ha
to merit the confu
age of the peopk
tinue to carry a li
lected stock of \
groceries and by n
and small profits1
make an attractiv
We solicit a cor
patronage ahd sli
to make it your ir
our for you to tra
11 am now ready with a modern, well-equipped plant
to serve the farmers. Our five gins and all other ma
chinery have been overhauled and put in first-class con
dition, practically good as new, and will give you a
good sample and maximum return of lint from your
seed cotton. Hundreds of satisfied patrons will testify
ito our excellent service.
Bagging and ties furnished if desired.
I am also selling bagging and ties, this season and
have a very attractive price. Can save you money.
' 'j V
HIGHEST MARKET " PRICE PAID
J. G. ALFORD
ing is a list of the teachers: Prof.
;E? W. Rent, superintendent; Miss
Mae Harrison, Trenton, 1st and 2nd
grades; Miss Annabel Neely, Colum
bia, 3rd and 4th grades; Miss Anna
R. Martin, Spartanburg, 5th and 6th
grades; Miss Janet Ligon, Orange
burg, 7th and 8th grad?s.'The super
intendent will teach the 9th and 10th
grades. All the teachers have had
experience, except Miss Ligon who
is a recent graduate, of Winthrop
?mpleted our third
ad are very grate
3 for the steady
lume of our busi
r we opened three
constant aim in
? been in the past
lenee and patron
). We shall con
arge and well se
?eavy and fancy
laking quick sales
we ar J enabled to
itinuance of your
iterest as well as
de with us.
HP & co.
I SCHOOL DAYS! f
g Start the new school year right by supplying the
g youngsters with the necessary Working tools. We
I have a new stock of
I Tablets of all Kinds
g Ink, Pens, Pencils
< LET US SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS
I COLLETT DRUG CO. |
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! 'PHONE 127
New Fall Millinery
We invite the ladies to come in and see the early
?rrivals of stylish fall goods.
When in th? market we selected in person our
large stock of millinery and ladies' - ready-to-wear
goods and these goods are now arriving daily.
Beautiful Hats, Trimmings, Suits, Skirts, Coats
and Sweaters. They are the latest styles and the
prices are much lower.
We alio have a beautiful line of Silk Hose that
we want the ladies to see.
Large assortment of Hand-Bags just received. ?
The Quality Shop
Mis? Kate Samuel and Miss Ruth Lyon, Proprietresses