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J. L. MIMS,___?.Editor.
Published every Wednesday in
The Advertiser Building at $#.00
per year in advance. v
. Entered as second class matter at
the postpffice at Edgefield S. C.
.No cummunications will be pub
lished unless accompanied by the
Card of Thanks, Obituaries, Res
olutions abd Political Notices pub
- lished'at advertising rates.
Wednesday, November' 2.
Closing Days of Court.
In the suit, brought by Mr. W. H.
Jackson ?against the county of Edge
field involving the value of the right
bf way thro?gjt his land for the Dix
-ie Highway, a verdict was rendered
. for the plaintiff for $525. The board
pf county commissioners awarded Mr.
Jackson $3D0. The. plaintiff was rep
resented by Mr^S. McG. Simkins and
^ .Mr. S. M. Smith and the county eby
Mr. T. B. Greneker.
The case of Mr. Andrew Butler
^ against Mr. J. E. Yonce to recover
? - under a contract for sawing lumber
a'verdict of $200 was rendered for
. tie, plaintiff who was represented by
Mr. C. T. Burnett. The defendant
was represented'by Messrs. Sheppard
Bros. Mr. Yonce's attorneys made a
motion for a new trial but it was
* overruled by the judge.
In the case of Mr. J. D. Eidson
; 'against Walter Hill to recover a mule
> a Judgment for $185 was awarded
: to Mr. Eidson.
In the -case of Mr. W. J. Snead
ag?inst the Edgefield Mercantile
'Company to recover a bale of cotton
r/which it had purchased from a ne
> j3fo, and sold before it had notice of
.. " Mr. Snead's " elaim, a verdict was
found for -the, defendant, which' was
represented by Mr. J. Wm. Thur
'mond. Mr. Snead was represented by
. Mr. C. T. Burnett.
The last case to be tried was the
luit of the Bank of Parksvlile against ;
Mr. E. B. Dorn. This case attracted
considerable attention, as it is prob'-'
able that other suits of the same
character will be brought. In July,
1020, Mr. Dorn, the defendant, gave
? note for $2?>0? to the Fisheries
Products company of Wilmington for
stock in the company. Soon after the
note was given c it was sold to the
Bank of' Parksville by a representa
ji Hive of the company. When the note
became due Mr. Dom refused pay
x ment, alleging that the note was ob
. tained from him through fraud. He
alleged that the bank hadv informa
tion that the note was obtained from
?lim through fraud at the time it pur
chased the note. 'An officer of the
bank stated during,the trial that the
Bank of Parksville now holds notes
of this character^ aggregating $28,
5,00. The jury rendered a verdict in
favor of the defendant, the maker
of the note, but Judg - oease at once
.set the verdict aside upon* the ground
that it was a negotiable paper and
that the purchaser of the note, ac
cording to the testimony given, did
not have evidence of the alleged
fraud at the time the purches was
The bank was represented by
Messrs. Sheppard Bros. and Mr. W.
X. "Cha?les and Mr.'Dorn by Mr. J.
Wm. Thurmond and? Mr. S. McGr.
The case-was closely^ watched as
there are\in this section a, consider
able number of persons 'who pur
chased stock in the Fisheries Prod
ucts company aqd gave notes in pay
. ment. The statement has been made
that the notes given in this section
of the state .will.aggregate $750,000.
'. ^ Citation. v
STATE OF SOUTH CAROILNA ;
COUNTY OF ETJGEFIELD.
By W. T. Kinnaird, Esquire, Probate
. - Judge /
"Whereas W. A. Byrd of the above
"bounty and vState made suit to me
to grant him Letters of Administra
tion of the Estate of and effects of
-Arthur Arnold deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court
. of Probate, to be^ held at -Edgefield,
.S.^C., iii my office on the 17th day of
November, 1921, next after publica
\ti?n thereof, at ll o'clock in the forer
"boon',, to show -cause if any they hav4,
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
. . Given under my Hand, this 31st
. day of October, Anno Domini, 1921.
W. T. KINNAIRD; '
Probate Judge Edgefield Co.
To Prevent blood Poisoning
??ply at once the -ronderiul old reliable Dk ?
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. a s ur
rical dreifinsrrtbat relieves pain and heals at
Sic saan time Not a ! ir. ira eat 2So*srm%&
; Mr. W. E.. Ouzts has Rented' the
farm of Mr. A. A. Edmunds in south
Edgefield for next year.
Home-grown corn will sell very
cheap this fall but farmers who have
it for sale should no" part with it now
unless compelled to do so.
The latest report on cotton ginned
up to thisjtime puts Edgefield's fig
ures at 5,325 for this fall against
13,433 bales for last fall up to this1
time.-Th? next j report will show a
much Wider difference. .
.The various saw mi?.ls and rlumber
companies are proving to be the ..sal
ivation of the people of this section
during this financial crisis. But for
the cash that is being paid out in saw
ing and hauling lumber, there would
be almost total stagnation.
- For the first two?-.weeks that his
books were -open, from October 15
to November 1, County Treasurer J.
?L. Prince collected the sum of $2,
199,ywhich was the smallest sum
that he has ever collected, for the first
two we?ks. .
*Miss Marie Leech attended ' the
State fair last week and met her
mother, Mrs;. J. W. Leech, o&Hickory
Grove, and aunt, Mrs: C.'E. Golden,
of Atlanta, in Columbia and they ac
companied Miss Leech to Edgefield.
Mr. J. M. Pearce of Waterloo motor
ed to Edgefield and carrieS .these la-''
lies to Waterloo to spend the -weelo
, r A correction : In tne issue of The
Advertiser of . October 19 an err.br
was made in the article by'Mr. Rus
sell Wright. Referring to"jurors, The
Advertiser made Mr. Wright say
"They should be^ men after1 the flesh,''
when in fact he wrote this'in his ar
ticle, "Men who sit fy th? jury box
should know no man after the flesh.'.'
We are pleased to make the corree
tion./;.... - . mm
High and Graded Schools Ob
serve Frances Willard Day.
* At ,the regufar meeting of the Till
man Literary Society, Friday, Octo
ber 28, the usual program "was dis
pensed? with and the following one
carried out, observing Frances Wil
lard Day: ^ "
Flag -Salute-Horace Mellichamp,
Robert Holston. ?? i 1
Early Life of. Fr?nces jWillard-p
"Later Life ?f. Frances^Willard
Robert Ouzts.. f. ?'? . % I
?Questions and; Answers'bn Tobac
Piano Solo-Clara Morgan.
Poem-"What 'Can .You. Do?"
Claxton's Message to the High
School-J .R. Timmerman.
At the conclusion of this program
Mrs. T. H. Rainsford, vice-president
of the W. C. T. TX, made a very in
teresting and instructive talk on
"Why We Observe Temperance Day
in the Public Schools." \
1 Vital Facts About Cancer.
The American Society for the Con
trol of Cancer issues a leaflet on can
cer in which is embodied the follow
ing information r /
1. During the (Great War the
United States lost about 80,000 sol
diers. During the same two years
180,000 people died ot cancer in this
country. Cancer is how killing oin;
out of every ten -persons over forty
years of age. , 1 1
2. Many vof these* deaths are pre
ventable, since cancer is frequently
curable, if recognized and properly
treated in its early stages.
3. Cancer begjns as a small local
growth which can be entirely remov
ed by competent surgical treatment,
or, in certain external forms, by us-,
ing radium, X-ray or other methods.
4. Cancer is not a constitutional
or "blood" disease; there should be
no thought of disgrace or of "heredi
tary taint" about it.
5. Cancer, is not a communicable
disease. It/is not possible to "cafch"
cancer from one who has it.
J? 6. Cancer is not inherited. It is
not certain e\jen that a tendency to
the disease is inherited. Cancer is so
frequent that simply .'by the-law bf
chance there may be many cases in'
some families, and this gives, rise to
much, needless worry about: inherit
ing the disease. .
7. .The beginning of. cancer is us
ually painless; for thi? reason its in
sidious onset is frequently overlook
ed, and it too often neglected. Other
danger"* signals must be recognized
and" competent ? medical advice ob
tained at once. ' , ?
8. Every persisting' lump In the
breast is a warning sign. All such
lumps are by no mea?s cancer, Dut\
even innocent tunjors of the breast
may turn into cancer if neglected.
9. In women continued unusual
discharge or bleeding requires the
immediate advice' of a competent
doctor. The normal,change of life is
not accompanied by increasing, flow
ing which is" always suspicious. The
return of flowing after it has once
stopped should also be considered
suspicious. Do not expect the doctor
to tell you what the mat?er is with
out making a careful physical exami
19. Any sore that does not heal,
particularly about the mouth, lips or
tongue, is a danger signal, j Picking
and irritating such sores, cracks, ul
cerations, etc.i or treating these skin
conditions by home remedies; pastes,
poultices, caustics, etc., is playing
with fire. Warty growths, moles or
other birthmarks, especially those
subject to constant irritation;, should
be attended to immediately if they
! change in color or appearance, fer
start to grow. Avoidance of chronic
irritation and removal o'f just such
seemingly insignificant danger spots
may prevent cancer.
il. Persistent indigestion in mid
dle life, with loss of- weight - and
change of color, or with pain, vomit
ing, or diarrhoea, call for thorough
and competent medical advice! as to
the possibility of- internal 'cancer.
.12. Radium is a\usefuhand prom
ising means -of treatment for. some
kinds of'cancer, in the hands of the
few skillful surgeons and hospitals
possessing sufficient. quantity cf thjs,
rare and very expensive substance;
it must not be thought of as a cure-all
for every form of cancer.-No medi
cine will _ cure cancer. 3Docrtors and
Institutes 'Which / advertise ; "cures
without the knife*' play upon the-pa
tient's fear of operation in. a. way
that leads too often to the loss , of
precious-time, and fatal delay in
seeking competent treatment. Gp first
to your family physician. ..
13: Open warfare- by open dis
cussion- will mean the prevention of
many} needless deaths^ from ''cancer.
The. common belief that cancer is a
hopeless malady is partly due to the
faciJ that cases of successful treat
ment are frequ?ntly concealed by the
'patient and his family, while cases
of failure (too often .resulting from
delay) are apt to become common
HIGH SILLS CAUSE OF LOSS
Nebraska Breeder Finds That Little
Pigs Are Unable to Follow
' Sows Into Pens.
Many pigs are lost and others are
stunted In growth as the result of ex
posure because of high sills- in 'front
. of hogpens. This is %the observation of
a Nebraska swlne^. grower in a fetter
I to the United . States Department of
Agriculture bn the cause of runty live
stock. He urges that stockmen ex
amine their equipment, and be certain
that small pigs are able to-follow, the
psows into the pens. Attention to bal
anced rations, sanitation, and pure wa
ter are likewise mentioned as meth
ods of preventing runts. .
BENEFIT OF STABLE MANURE
lt Should Be Balanced With Acid
Phosphate, Which fs Com
? . paratively Inexpensive.
Manure contains humus in p|mty
and all the necessary plant materials,
as well as bacteria which put these
materials Into the" most usable shape
for crops. To get thtt full benefit of
stable manure, however, lt should be
balanced with acid phosphate, which
ls comparatively Inexpensive.
KEEPING. HARNESS IN, REPAIR
Neglect Results In- Injury That
Lessens Durability-Sew With
Strong Linen Thread.
Neglect of harness results in Injury
that greatly lessens its durability.
The sewing, which should have been
|vdone with strong waxed linen thread,
must be kept In good condition. All
buckto?' should remain solidly In
place-. It Is advisable, to * wash and
oil harness frequently.
Eyes scientifically examined and
I-glasses properly, fitted.
GEO. F. MIMS,
Edgefield, S. C.
J. S. BYRD
Office sOver Store ot-';. ,
- Quarlea & * Timmerman
1 Office Phone' No. 3
Residence Phone 87
Whenever You Nee* a General Tonic
* Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
?hill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
end IRON, lt acts on the Liver,' Drives
ont Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Valida np tic Whole System. 50 cents*
W. C. T. U. DAY OF PRAYER FQR
Friday, November ll, 1921
ll a. m.-l p. m.
In accordance with the plan adopt
ed by the'National W. C. T. U. con
vention at. San Francisco, August 18
23, for a nation-wide observance of
Armistice Day, November ll, 1921,
as ? Day of Prayer for World Dis
armament, we call upon our members
everywhere to observe November ll
as a. day of earnest supplication to
God for His blessing upon the Inter
national Conference on Limitation of
Armaments. In the home, in the
schoolroom, in the office, in the fac
tory-LET US PRAY. For the pub
lic observance of this day of prayer
we suggest the following program:
Brief inspirational address on the
significance of the day, by. leader.
Tribute to the men and women who
fought- and wrought in the World
War, and tender, grateful ?pprecia
. tion of those who paid the "supreme
sacrifice." (Audience standing for a
moment of silent prayer. ),
.Singing of Doxology in praise for
the Armistic?. 4 yr
'Scripture: Isa. .40:28-31, Isa 2:2-4
"* Prayer. /
Topics for brief addresses: -
"World Disarmament." "War a
! Cairne Againstv Humanity."' ''How
Reach Enduring Peace."
"We women must organize for
peace ere. the nations will learn to
war no more."-Frances Willard in
1887. \ -
"Sentiment favoring world disarm
ament 'unceasingly must be created
and ?onstantly Jcept at white heat.''
Anna A. Gordon in 1921.
"The time to stop the r.ext war is
NOW."-Alice L. Kercher, National
W. C. T. U. Superintendent Depart
ment Peace "and International Arbi
, /'All the signs of the times indi
cate the trend of civilization toward
a permanent world: tribunal."-Han
nah J. Bailey <1911), Superintend
ent World's W. C. T. U. Depart
ment Peace and Internal Arbitration.
v"The people of a free" state have
no desire to subjugate other free
states. Th^ir motto is: 'Everything
necessary for defense but nothing
for . aggression.' "-Ida DeGarmo,
former National Superintendent De
partment, Peace' and1 Internal Arbi
"May the ^over-ruling spirit- of
God's truth help us to weed out hate
and to open-our hearts to^ His own
pe&ce."-Mrs. William Jennings Bry
an,, former Superintendent Depart
ment Peace and International Arbi
"The most critical question before
the world today is 'Will the nations
reduce their navies,. armies -and arm
. ament to the bare need of home de
fense?"-Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt,
President International Woman Suf
i "Which shall it be, war or peace,
sanity or insanity, life or death? The
world is making its choice."-Alice
Ames Winter, President National
Federation of Women's Clubs.
"Governments will be strengthened
in ?heir desire to disarm if the women
of the nations wilf'give unequivocal
expression to their will."-Mrs. Ray
mond Robins, President National
Women'-s Trade Union League.
Observance of noontide hour of
prayer: "It is always noontide some
where, and across the awakening con
tinents from shore to shore, some
where our prayers are rising ever
12:00 a. m.-l :00 p. m.
?Singing: "All Hail the Power of
Topics for brief addresses:
"Women in Peace."
\ "Methods by which the W. C. T. U.
and other organizations of women
can help bring World Peace and
1. Sunday or week-day public
2. Rallies, social gatherings, pub
licity, literature, constructive con
versation to AROUSE PUBLIC SEN
Prayer, Singing, Benediction.
Where place of meeting has a bell,
ask to have it rung at eleven and
' Use American flags as decorations.^
' Send to th'e National W.C. T. U.
Publishing House, Evanston, Illinois,
for package of six leaflets to aid in
preparation for addresses. Price, 10
Order frtfm the National. W. C. T.
U. Publishing House, Evanston, Illi-I
nois, for distribution at meetings the
two leaflets by Miss Alice Kercher,
"Women and Pe*a?e." (20 cents per
100) "World Disarmament, (45 cents
per 10.0). "The/Next War," by Will
Agricultural, Poultry, Liv?
Excellent Mercantile and M
ment Program of the Highest
Auto Races, Auto Polo, Hi
Motor Cycle and Bicycle Ra
Splendid Automobile Exhi
spices Augusta Automobile A
\ Great Tenth District Prof
Governor Hardwick, Novemb
Round trip railroad tickets on sale
elusive and for trains scheduled to rea?
5thf. Final limit Nov. 7th, 1921. Cor
Irwin, $1.50. \
Invite women as active members
and men as honorary members to join
the Woman's .Christian Temperance
The choice is largely up
to you. If your blood lacks
red corpuscles, you're go
ing to be fagged and drag
ged out, you're going to^<
. Jack "pep," to Jook sallow
and unhealthy, to grow old
before your time.^ - ' .
DR. MES' TONIC
actually increases the num
ber or red corpuscles in the
blood. It makes the cheeks
plump and rosy, stilm?lates
the digestive organs, cre
ates a' healthy appetite, and
leads to increased vigor
and vitality. First bottle
guaranteed to help you or
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST
Notice of Final Discharge.
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, Farrah V. Padgett has
made application unto this court for
Final Discharge as ' Guardia:i in re
the estate of Mary L. Smith Holmes*
on this the 22nd day of October,
These Are Therefore, to cite any
and all kindred, creditors, or parties
interested to show cause before me at
my office at Edgefield Court House, .
South Carolina, on the 26th day of
November^ 1921, at ll Vclock a; m.,
why said order of Discharge should
not be granted. .
W. T. KINNAIRD, (L.S.)
J. P. C., E. C., S.'C. -
' Edgefield, S. C., Oct. 22, 1921.
, Administratrix'. Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Pursuant to an order of the Judge
of Probate for said county and state,
I will sell for cash at the store blouse
of R. E. Cheatham, late of said coun
ty and state in the county of Edge
field, at Eleven o'gfock a. m., Novem
ber 4th, 1921, the following goods'
and chattels belonging to the estate
of sajd.R. E. Cheatham; to wit: .
Two mules, 3' head of cattle, 2 .
hogs, 1 Ford truck, I Ford automor
bile, 1 wagon, farm implements, 5
bales cotton, cotton seed, eora, peas,
fodder, 1 shot gun, one-half interest
in stalk, cutter, and sundries. v
Mrs. MAE WEST CHEATHAM.
Admx. Estate R. E. Cheatham, de- ;
s ceased. '
October 18, 1921. v I
WT---- - N
/. 5, 1921 >
? , Stock and Educational
aclj?nery Exhibits. Amuse
- J _ _
irness and Running Races, \
ices. Featured Free Acts.
bita and Auto Show Au
~ " \ * ?
[ram Including Address by ~
s October^Oth-to November 4th in
? Augusta before 1:00 P. M. Nov.
isult ticket agents- ! -
I- ' ,
For Sale and Rent.
I have some good mules, a nice
marie/ some Jersey cows and far#i
tools fon. sale at attractive prices.
Also wagons and a practically new
My home dwelling with water and
modern fixtures, farm well, .fenced
and several pastures, for rsnt Will!
gjye' a desirable wqrking man a goode \
chance. Come and see.
\ G. D. MIMS,,
10-12-2t. Clarks Hill, S./C.
for a long time.-rAdvertisement.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
. In the District Court of the United "
Stat?s for the Western* District of N
' ? ?? s
In the matter of S. J. Neal, bank
Pursuant to an order signed byS. r
M. Smith, Esq., Referee in Bank-./
ruptcy, I will proceed to selL at pub
lic outcry in front of, Edgefield Court
House, at .Edgefield, South Carolina-,
on November 7th, ^1921, the. follow- .
ing described realty: ; I
Tract No. One : That tract contahV
ing two hundred acres, more or less,,
in Edgefield County, Ward Township,
and bounded by l?nds of Huiet, Wil
liams, Clark, Neal, Holmes and being:
on the Augusta-Columbia road and
known as the Jack Holmes Mill Place
Tract No. Two: That tract being
in Edgefield, Counnty, Ward Towns
ship, containing twenty-three acres,
more or less, and bounded by Neal.,
Lott, Posey, and being a part of the
S. J. Neal estate.
Terms of Sale f One-half cashi and
the balance in one year or all cash at
the option of the buyer.
Any information relative to? the
above may be had by applying to the
undersigned at Edgefield, South Caro
lina. . .>;'? J
O. B. ANDERSON, ,
' 10-12-3t S
Foundry, Machine, Boiler
Works and Mill Supply
\ - ; House v_
AUGUSTA ; ; ?GEORGIA
v ' *-- ('
Cotton Oil, Gin, Saw, Grist, ?? Ca ie,
Shitigle Mill, Machinery Supplies and
Repairs, Shafting, Polleys, Hangers,
Grate Bars, Pump?, Pipe, Valves and
Fittings, Injectors, ' Belting; Packing'.
Hose, etc Cast, every day. j
GASOLINE j AND KEROSENE
. - y ENGINES
Pumping, Wood Sawing sod Feed.
PURE BRED DUROC JERSE Y
I am breeding noshing
but absolutely ??ure ?red
Durpe hogs, all registered,
atod have pigs, both sexes,
. ready ?or delivery.
Edgefield farmers* can.
get the BESl" in hogs right
at'home,* without paying
express. Express isa big
item now. See or write;me., V
i - W. E. B. Tompkins,
Edgefield, S. C. . )