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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, September 28.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. J. W. Cox of Johnston was a
visitor in Edgefield Tuesday.
Mr. ?. L. Cogburn and Mr. E. J.
Hims attended court in Saluda Tues
The petit jury for the first week of
the October court is published in this
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith came up
from Augusta and spent Sunday 'arith
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Scurry.
Mr. E. J. Mims spent the week-end
in Johnston visiting Mrs. Lilla Ready j
and Mr. and Mrs. John G. Mobley. /
Mr. L. R. Jones of Columbia spent
Sunday in Edgefield visiting his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Jones.
After spending a while here with J
Miss Kate Samuel, Mrs. O. P. Bright
left yesterday for her home in
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Broadwater
of Greenwood were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Abner B. Broadwater last
Mr. C. C. Cely of Anderson, Mr.
Pw. E. Johnson and Mr. H. W. San
ders of Greenville were guests of J
Messrs. Linwood and Shields John
son last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Padgett motor
ed to Marietta Friday afternoon to
visit their daughter, Mrs. Norwood
Cleveland, returning to Edgefield
Mr. Ned Pr?vost, bee specialist of
Clemson College is in Edgefield and
will give a bee demonstration this
morning at the home of Mr. E. J.
Dr. J. S. Byrd motored to Colum
bia Sunday and Mrs. Byrd and their
children who had been spending sev
eral weeks in Columbia returned with
him Sunday afternoon.
At ll o'clock on the morning of
the third Sunday in October, Rev. G.
"W. M. Taylor will preach a special
sermon for the members of the Ju
nior Order United American Mechan
ics at the Methodist church.
Rev. W. R. Barnes of Red Hill
preached in the Baptist church Sun
day night. His strong message was
well received by the congregation and
has been very favorably commented
The home of MT. and Mrs. Frank
B. Harris who reside in the northern
edge of the county has been bright
ened by the coming of a little daught
er last Tuesday to be a permanent
Cotton seed are bringing 57 cents
per bushel on the Edgefield market,
which is better than last year but,
considering the short supply, it is
only about half what they should
Next Sunday morning Rally Day
and Promotion Day exercies will be
held at the Methodist church which
will take place of the regular preach
ing service. Everybody is urged to
come and bring a new member.
Mr. J. A. Townsend has begun the
erection of an eight-room bungalow
on his lot just north of the home of
Mr. R. T. Hill. The work is to be done
nnd?r the supervision of Mr. T. J.
Langston, whi?h means that it will
be a first-class job.
The Edgefield Mercantile Company
invites its friends, customers and
the public generally ,to inspect its
stock of household goods, furniture,
buggies, wagons, etc., and see the
prices they are being sold at. Do this
before you buy.-Advertisement.
Hon. and Mrs. Raven I. McDavid
and children, Miss Annie Addison and
JSIiss Mamie Addison of Greenville,
S. C., motored through Edgefield on
Saturday. They have many relatives
and friends in Edgefield who regret
that their stay in the old town was
Mrs. Israel Mukashy arrived from
New York Friday, where she went
several months ago to meet her fath
er, Mr. Meyer Marcus, who was en
route at that time from Poland to
the United States. Soon after he
reached New York they left for Edge
field. Mrs. Marcus, Mrs. Mukashy's
mother, will come to the United
States, and thence to Edgefield. later.
Mr. L. H. Harling has rented the
Roper place where Mr. W. E. Ouzts
now resides and will soon move his
Mr. . Oscar 0. Burnett of Sumter
county, Georgia, spent Tuesday in
Edgefield, having come to pay his son,
Mr. Claude Burnett, a visit.
Mr. Israel Mukashy announces the
arrival of his hew stock of fall mer
chandise this week. His large store
is well .supplied with new merchandise
in every department.
The fall term of the Court of Gen
eral Sessions will convene the third
Monday in October, with Hon. T. S.
Sease of Spartanburg as presiding
The Edgefield people are invited
by Mr. Abram Daitch to come to his
store to supply their fall needs. He
has replenished every department of
his store with attractive new fall
goods and is now ready to supply the
needs of the entire family.
The Edgefield friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl H. Kernaghan exetnd af
fectionate greetings because of the
dear little girl which the Stork re
cently gave them. Mrs. Kate Ker
naghan is spending some time in
Waco, Texas, with her son.
In this issue will be found the ad
vertisement of the Quality Shop, tell
ing our readers of the pretty new
fall merchandise that has been re
ceived. After this week the Quality
Shop will be found in the rear of the
store of Smith-Marsh Company. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Merrill of Min
neapolis, Minn., are stopping at the
Dixie Highway .Hotel for a month.
Mr. Merrill has been engaged by Mr.
B. B. Jones to manage his special
sale. We are delighted to chronicle
the fact that these good people of the
far-away northwest will spend a
month or possibly longer among us.
All of the people of the community
regret the physical breakdown of Mr.
J. D. Holstein and he is greatly miss
ed from his store. He went to Johns
Hopkins hospital of Baltimore Tues
day, accompanied by Dr. R. A. Marsh,
for special treatment and his friends
hope that he will soon be able to re
turn fully restored to health.
We are still giving numbered cards
to purchasers of five gallons of gas
oline and those who hold the success
ful numbers when drawing is made
next Saturday will each be given a
gallon can of oil worth $1.25, abso
YONGE & MOONEY.
Great Bargain Sale.
In order to convert his large stock
furniture, buggies,' wagons, harness,
stovei;, etc., into cash, Mr. B. B. Jones
has an attractive double-page adver
tisement in this issue of The Adver
tiser, telling the people just what un
precedented bargains can be secured
at this popular store. Although Mr.
Jones has been in business here 27
years, during which time he has thor
oughly established himself for honest,
fair and square dealing, he has nev
er before conducted a sale of this
kind. Read what he says and profit
by this opportunity to purchase first
class merchandise at very lo/w
prices. He has secured Mr. F. D. Mer
rill of Minneapolis, Minn., an expert
manager of sales, to conduct this
sale for him. Mr. Merrill comes to
Edgefield with the strongest of cre
dentials and with fifteen successful
years of experience. This great mon
ey-saving sale will begin Saturday,
October 1. Be pn hand early and get
what you need before the stock is
Do not fail to examine the stock of
furniture, rugs, stoves, and house
hold goods offered for sale at greatly
reduced prices by the Edgefield Mer
cantile Company. Come at once and
buy something at a bargain. Don't
Will Hold Community Fair.
The ladies of the Edgefield Civic
League have decided instead of hav
ing just a Chrysanthemum show, they
are going to have what they will call
a Community Fair.
By this we mean to give prizes for
fancy work of different kinds, canned
fruits and vegetables, cakes and
breads, and, perhaps, other things
that will appear when we get our
prize list complete.
The date for the fair has not been
set as this depends on the opening
of the chrysanthemums, which is gen
erally not later than the middle of
We hope to make this fair a great
pleasure to all, as well as a financial
success. We will sell dinner' the day j
of the fair. People all over the county
will bring what they wish to enter.
.r Blind Entertainers.
A concert will be given in tile
Opera House Friday hight, Septem
ber 30 for the benefit of the Colum
bia Association for the Blind of South
Carolina. This concert will consist of
vocal and instrumental music, jokes,
mimics and artistic paper tearing. A
hearty laugh and a good time is guar
anteed to all who attend. This con
cert which will be given by blind en
tertainers is under the auspices of
the Edgefield Civic League and it is
hoped that our people will patronize
it generously. It is a very worthy
Sunday School Rooms.
The members of the Methodist
church will at once erect Sunday
school rooms immediately adjoining
the church. The structure will be of
brick and will contain seven modern
ly equipped rooms. The addition will
be erected west of the church but
will in design and architecture har
monize with the church, making it
a modern plant. The steady growth of
the Sunday school has made this ad
dition necessary. Besides erecting
Sunday school rooms, the members of
the church will make improvements
npon the old parsonage near the
church, by installing water, etc., and
their pastor will occupy it as a home.
The building is conveniently located
to the clhirch and when improved will
be admirably adapted for a par
A Surprise Marriage.
The announcement that Mr. Goode
Reel had taken unto himself a bride
came as a great surprise to many of
our people. Sunday afternoon he and
Miss Anna Belle Smith were, married
in Augusta by Dr. Grace, pastor of
the First Baptist church, at his resi
dence in Augusta. They motored to
Augusta Sunday afternoon and were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Reel, 'Miss Lucile Reel, Miss
Louise Smith and Mr. T. L. Smith.
The bride is a beautiful and very pop
ular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
K. Smith of the Horn's Creek sec
tion. The groom is the youngest son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reel who is suc
cessfully engaged in merchandising.
He is a young man of sterling qual
ities and exemplary habits. The Ad
vertiser extends sincerest good wish
es to these young friends.
Returned to Citadel.
Yesterday Sergeant Ralph Byrd
stopped in Edgefield while en route
to the Citadel. His delay in returning
is due to his having been at Camp
Perry, Ohio, attending the national
rifle contest. He reached home Mon
day morning from Camp Perry and
left Tuesday for Charleston. Sergt.
Byrd said his sojourn of a month at
Camp Perry, attending the national
marksmanship contest as one of the
Citadel's representatives, was a great
experience for him. It is very grati
fying that the Citadel boys made such
a splendid record. Thirty military
schools from all part? of the country,
including West Point and Annapolis,
participated in the contest and the
Citadel ranked second, Annapolis be
ing first. Sergt." Byrd is wearing a
medal for distinction, one being pre
sented to each of thu six Citadel con
testants. Edgefield county is honored
by having one of her boys selected
as one of the Citadel's representa
Petit Jury, First Week.
J. W. R. DeLaughter, Collins.
G. T. Walker, Pickens.
C. M. Thomas, Edgefield.
L. D. Holmes, Ward.
J. L. Franklin, Shaw.
A. S. Clark, Johnston.
T. M. Adams, Collier.
S. B. Bush, Ward. .
H. H. Sanders, Colliers.
W. E. Lott, Edgefield.
O. L. Lybrand, Ward.
W. M. Rauton, Ward.
P. W. Parkman, Blocker.
C. M. Whitlock, Edgefield.
J. A. Gardner, Meriwether.
F. P. Barton, Johnston.
J. H. Seigler, Moss.
E. L. Lybrand, Ward.
W. C. Jackson, Edgefield.
W. R. Timmerman, Ropers.
F. P. Bland, Johnston.
L. A. Reames, Talbert.
L. C. Byrd, Blocker.
W. C. Hammond, Colliers.
T. J. Briggs, Meriwether.
G. S. Strom, Moss.
George Berry, Jr., Johnston.
W. M. Seigler, Jr., Moss.
D. E. Franklin, Ward.
L. R. Hammond, Jr., Colliers.
J. M. Shaffer, Elmwood.
Joe P. Herlong, Pickens.
F. M. Warren, Jr., Pickens.
C. W. Odom, Elmwood.
S. J. Reynolds, Colliers.
B. L. Mims, Edgefield.
NEW FALL GOODS
Early in the summer when prices were clown at their lowest
we placed orders for new fall merchandise for every depart
ment of our store. - Most of these goods have arrived and
others are coming in almost daily. It matters not what is
needed for the household or family we can supply it from
our large and varied stock of merchandise.
FALL DRY GOODS
We desire to call special attrition to our well selected stock of Fall Dry Goods
that were bought when prices were at their lowest, which makes it possible tor us
to supply your needs at a very satisfactory price. The cotton crop is short and
the price is not as high as it should be, but we can make your ready cash go a long
ways in buying ali family necessities.
See Our School Shoes
Tf your school has not opened it will soon begin, so come in and fit up the children
in school shoes. We have the dependable kind at moderate prices.
It matters not what you need see our stock and get our prices before buying. We
believe we can save you money.
QUARLES & TIMMERMAN
The Edgefield Mercantile Company
offers its entire stock of buggies,
wagons, furniture, rugs, stoves, etc.,
at-unheard of prices for cash. Come
one and all and see our goods and
I prices and buy what you have needed
?for a long time.-Advertisement
We have a complete stock of Full
Fashioned hose in all colors at the
right prices. Call in and we will be
glad to show them to you.
All Ford parts have been greatly
reduced in price. Let us repair your
car with genuine Ford parts at the
greatly reduced price of the parts.
YONCE & MOONEY.
At the drawing last Saturday at
noon the successful numbers were
258 and 178. Mr. S. E. Morgan held
?No. 258 and was given five gallons
!of gasoline free. The holder of No.
? 15, one of the successful numbers
?drawn Saturday, September 17, will
come forward and get five gallons
free and also the holder of No. 178.
YONCE & MOONEY.
We Can Give You Prompt Service
on Mill Work and Interior Finish
Large stock of Rough and Dressed Lumber on hand for
Woodward Lumber Co.
Corner Roberts and Dugas Sts., Augusta, Ga,
Notice of Final Discharge.
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, J. Claude Johnson has
made application unto this court for
Final Discharge as . General Guardian
in re the Estate of Maud Smith John
son, his ward this the 28th day of
' These Are Therefore, to cite any
and all kindred, creditors or parties
interested, to show cause before me
at Edgefield Court House, South Car
olina, on the 28th day of October,
1921, at ll o'clock a. m., why said
I "order of Discharge should not be
W. T. KINNAIRD,
J. P., E. C., S. C.
Buy a buggy, wagon, set of harness
or some other article which you need
at the cut price offered at the Edge
field Mercantile Company. Come be
fore the bargains have all been hand
. Seed Oats.
We want the farmers to 'know
that we have a choice lot of native
grown Appier Oats for seed at 80
cents per bushel.
J. D. KEMP & CO.
Consult Your Own Interest by Consulting Us
Metal or Composition Roofing
Mantels, Tiling, Grates
Doors, Sash, etc.
Youngbl?od Roofing and
Mantel Company ;
635 Broad St. Telphone 1697